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Old 06-15-2004, 07:22 PM   #1
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Need help parking my new '67 Land Yacht permanently

We just bought or first Airstream (26' 1967 Land Yacht) and are trying to figure out how to park it permanently to use as a studio. Can anyone tell me if we can just park it on our existing grass, or do we need to pull out the grass and put in gravel or anything? We're in Idaho and we don't need to worry about freezing in the winter because for now we won't hook up the water. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Our neighbor called the police to tow the trailer, so we have 48 hours to figure it out!

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Old 06-15-2004, 08:07 PM   #2
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Whether you can park it at your residence, and what you can park it on, depends on city and county ordinances, as well as any covenants in the plat of land you're on, and homeowners cooperative restrictions.

Since you didn't put your city and state in the location block in your profile, no one here, who might be in the same area, can help you.
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oops sorry, boise idaho

sorry! i was in a hurry. i live in boise, idaho. i was, perhaps naively, assuming it would be okay to put it on my own property if it wasn't being lived in. it will only be used intermittently as a studio. i live in an older neighborhood with no covenants. thanks!
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Assuming you live in the city limits, here's a start:

http://www.cityofboise.org/pds/index...e_enf&MID=072Y

Note that "Recreational vehicles legally parked" are not enforceable complaints.

It will be up to you to contact Planning and Development Services to find what "legally parked" means. One of the phone numbers there should help.
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Thanks for the info

Thanks a lot for your help RoadKingMoe!

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