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Old 01-23-2021, 02:03 AM   #1
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Default anyone know Plano RV ordinance?

I can't find anywhere online on how Plano classifies oversized vehicles and or RVs, where they're allowed to park either on public streets or in your own residence.
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Old 01-23-2021, 02:56 AM   #2
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Have you tried to call the town offices?

Remember there can be HOA rules governing specific neighborhoods in addition to citywide ordinances.
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I live in The Colony,near Plano. No HOA where I live, but city ordinances require oversize vehicles to be parked off the street and on a paved space. Since our ordinances are generic, I think Plano probably has the same ordinance. I did have the city try to fine me for having my Class B plugged in to keep the batteries charged, saying "Having an RV plugged in means that someone is living in the RV. Which is illegal." I solved that problem by just hiding the cord.
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Parking on a street: https://library.municode.com/tx/plan...S12-98.1NOPATH

Parking on your property: https://library.municode.com/tx/plan...S12-98.1NOPATH

Have fun searching!!! I play with zoning ordinances all the time and am not going to do the search for you. Most communities have laws concerning RV beside the house or behind the house. Most say that no one can occupy them while parked on your property. Some communities say you can not sleep on a public street.

HOAs and “restrictive covenants” are whole ball of evil wax. https://guides.sll.texas.gov/propert...s-associations. I would never live in one!!!


Good luck and have fun going thru your communities ordinances and laws! Your Zoning Code Enforcement Officer can be your best friend and keep you out of trouble. Stay on the good side of him or her!!!
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