New Parking Laws for Richmond Residents

richmondA new bylaw put forward by city staff of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, who could effectively prevent homeowners from parking RVs and boats outside their own homes.

According to this new proposal, offending parties could be fine up to $10,000 for violating this zoning law.

In accordance with this new bylaw, travel vehicles like trailers and boats that are parked in house yards must be hidden from sight either using a fence or shrubbery.

This regulation suggests that homeowners use trees or shrubs to border the front yard whilst a two-meter solid fence would be better suited for the back or side yard.

Hence, if this bylaw is passed, owners of trailers or boats in Richmond will have to adhere to these rules if they want to park their vehicles in a residential area.

The proposal was recently put forward to a council committee. If they approve it, there will be a public hearing on the matter before it is implemented.

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