Can recreational vehicles be stored at home?

Boats, RV's, trailers, campers and camper tops may be stored at home in the driveway or if they are located behind the front building line and not within seven feet of the side property line; however, they must be located on either concrete or asphalt as required for off-street parking.  In the case of a corner lot, other requirements must be met.  You may not use the recreational vehicles for living or sleeping purposes while on the premises.  Please call the Codes Officer for more information (816) 690-3773 ext 1006.

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1. Is there a standard for exterior building maintenance?
2. Are there restrictions on items that can be stored outside?
3. Where can I park my vehicle?
4. What is an inoperable vehicle?
5. What is the maximum height grass/weeds can be before it is a violation?
6. Can yard waste be burned?
7. Can leaves and yard clippings be forced in to the street?
8. Where is the proper place to keep trash containers?
9. Can recreational vehicles be stored at home?
10. What will happen if I have a code violation?