Where can I park my boat or camper over the winter?

A maximum of one recreational vehicle or trailer, not to exceed 24 ft., may be stored behind the front setback of the home, provided it is driven and parked on a hard, paved surface. Driving or parking on the grass is never permitted. (1147.14). Recreational vehicles may be parked at homes from April 1 through Oct. 31. in driveways or the street for 72 hours only during this period for loading, unloading, cleaning, maintenance, etc. 

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1. Do I need a permit for my project?
2. How do I schedule an inspection?
3. How do I open a business in the City of Harrison?
4. Where can I park my boat or camper over the winter?
5. Can my vehicle be parked in front of my house between the sidewalk and the street if it is paved?
6. Can I park my car that is not in working order or in disrepair on my property?
7. Can I work on my car in my driveway or yard?
8. What can I store in my yard or on my porch?
9. Where and how can I store my garbage/trash cans?
10. Can I have portable basketball goals in my front yard?
11. What is the maximum height my grass or weeds can get before I have to mow or cut?
12. Can I burn garbage or debris in my yard?
13. What kind of permit do I need when making improvements to my house or yard?
14. Can I have a gravel driveway?
15. What do I do about a dead or dying tree on my property?
16. Are there rules regulating the appearance or condition of a house, shed or fence, etc.?
17. Can I turn my detached garage into a small apartment or living space?