Can I live in a camper on my property?

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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1. How can I find out what my property is zoned?
2. How can I find out what uses are allowed within a specific zoning classification?
3. Can I live in a camper on my property?
4. Can I add a second dwelling on my property?
5. Where can I place an accessory building on my property?