RV Stay Limits Changed In Texas City
The Brownwood City Council amended and approved an ordinance Monday to allow a longer stay for some at area RV parks, the Brownwood News reported.
In the newly approved and amended ordinance, new RV parks in the city will have half of their spaces designated for a maximum length of stay in park of 180 days and the other half 90 days. This will include a 15-day wait before customers are able to stay in the park again.
The ordinance became an issue as local RV parks have filled up with not only vacationers but also temporary residents brought to the area by jobs such as those related to construction of the BridgeTex Pipeline and temporary medical positions.
Developer Ross Setzler is purchasing the “Banks of the Bayou” Subdivision to develop a new RV park, an approximately 3 acre property just on the edge of Riverside Park.
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