Between April 1 and October 31, an RV may be parked on the front of a residence without a back lane provided that the vehicle is parked 0.6 metres back from the interior edge of the sidewalk or 0.6 metres back from the curb if there is no sidewalk.
If you do not use your RV in the winter (between November 1 and March 31), you must store your RV in the rear yard or inside a garage on a residence. Where access to a rear yard or garage is not possible, a RV must be stored on a private site approved for such storage. An RV cannot be stored on city streets between November 1 and March 31.
If you actively use your RV between November 1 and March 31, please note that your RV cannot be parked on the street for longer than 72 hours. See requirements for RV parking on the city street.
RVs can be parked only on the roadway immediately beside the owner or operator's residence and for no more than 72 consecutive hours.
After 72 hours a RV must be moved off the city street for at least 48 consecutive hours before it may be parked again on the roadway beside the owner or operator's residence.
Large Recreational Vehicles shall be parked at a Setback of at least 0.6 m from the interior edge of the sidewalk, or curb where no sidewalk is present.
Notwithstanding Section 45(4), the 0.6 m Setback requirement does not apply to any portion of the Recreational Vehicle under 1.0 m in height where a sidewalk is present.
An RV on a highway or public place cannot be occupied as a temporary dwelling.
An RV on private property cannot be occupied as a temporary dwelling.
Unattached trailers cannot be parked on city streets at any time including (but not limited to) tent trailers, travel trailers, fifth wheel trailers, boat trailers, utility trailers, campers not mounted on truck, and so on.
Any vehicle parked on a city street that is equipped for sleeping is considered an RV.
Fines are $50 for street parking violations and $400 for private property violations.