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Recreational Vehicle Storage & Parking
Recreational vehicles and camping equipment used for travel may be parked on residential properties in unincorporated Miami-Dade County, subject to certain conditions.
Only one recreational vehicle (RV) or camping equipment shall be parked on the property. This includes a camping trailer, truck trailer or motor travel home, designed and used as temporary living quarters for recreation, camping or travel use.
The vehicle or equipment must be kept clean and presentable and in usable condition. A current vehicle registration license plate must be attached at all times.
Equipment cannot exceed 30 feet in length and 10 feet in height. It must be secured in the case of high winds or a hurricane.
The sale of such equipment must be furnished with a true copy of Section 33-20(f) of the Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances.Back to Top
The vehicle parked must be owned or leased by the property’s owner or tenant. An out-of-County house guest of the owner or tenant can also park their vehicle, but for no more than 14 days.
The vehicle must be stored or parked in the rear or side yard behind a line established by the front building line farthest from the street.
Such equipment shall be set back from the side property lines at a distance at least equivalent to the required side setback for the principal building, and shall also be set back from the rear property line at least 10 feet.Back to Top
- No major repairs or overhaul work can be performed on the premises
- When parked on the property, the vehicle or equipment cannot be used for living or sleeping quarters, housekeeping or storage purposes, and shall not be attached to any service connection lines except if periodic maintenance is required
Improper parking or storage of recreational vehicles may result in the issuance of a Courtesy Warning Notice.
Both the tenant and property owner may receive notices in connection with enforcement. However, the property owner is ultimately responsible for compliance.
Failure to comply will result in a ticket to the property owner and tenant, in accordance with Chapter 8CC of the Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances.
Penalties accrue and a lien may be placed on the property if the fines, enforcement costs and administrative costs are not paid or the violation not corrected.
Additional time for compliance may be granted on Courtesy Warning Notices. Call the Neighborhood Regulations office at 786-315-2552 to request an extension.
- $210: first offense
- $410: second offense
- $810: subsequent offenses
- Section 33-20(f) of the Miami-Dade County Code of Ordinances
- Read the brochure in Spanish
- Read the brochure in Creole
To report a possible neighborhood code violation
Call 311 or email [email protected].
For more information
Call the Neighborhood Regulations Division at 786-315-2552.
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