Why are there restrictions on RV parking?

The existing rules were intended to mitigate the potential impacts of RV parking on properties and neighborhoods.

A limited term for front area parking allows for reasonable use and limits the negative impact of RVs’ weight, length and height. Negative impacts can be split into two main categories:

  • Visibility/safety: RVs can block the view along a street and affect visibility and safety for pedestrians, bikers, drivers and anyone else using the street. Corner visibility can also be affected.
  • Aesthetics: large (or multiple) RVs on a property can be out of character and scale for a neighbourhood and have a negative impact on how the community looks.

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1. How is RV defined?
2. Where can I find references to RV parking in current TTV and TBD Bylaws?
3. What are the current rules for RV parking?
4. Why are there restrictions on RV parking?
5. What are known impacts and benefits of RV parking?