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No. Campers (recreational vehicles) cannot be used for “living, sleeping, or other occupancy when parked or stored on a residential lot or in any other location not approved for such use.” Campers can only be used for habitation when in an approved campground, regardless of the length of time.
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A property’s zoning can be found on the County’s GIS website by searching based on the parcel ID, property address, or owner
A list of permitted uses and uses allowed by Special Use Permit can be found for each zoning classification in the County’s Zoning Ordinance.
Two dwellings are permitted on a single parcel within both A-1, Agricultural District and C-1, Conservation District zoning districts.
Accessory buildings are allowed in the side or rear yard and must meet all required setbacks. A building permit is required for any accessory structure over 256 square feet.