City May Relax Rules To Allow For More RV Parks (2/11/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

The urgency ordinance passed by the Butte County (Calif.) Board of Supervisors is up again for amendment this week, as the board takes yet another look at relaxing zoning ordinances in the wake of the housing crisis caused by the Camp Fire, according to the Oroville Mercury-Register

The board will consider allowing manufactured housing and temporary fabric structures, such as yurts, for use as temporary housing, and permitting temporary RV parks in agriculture zones under certain criteria. They may also allow temporary RV parks in rural residential and similar zones.

Additionally, Traci Holt and Kristine Farrell of Alliance for Workforce Development will be providing an update in regarding to funding and programs associated with the Camp Fire.

The nonprofit is involved in helping Camp Fire victims find jobs, along with helping small businesses get back on their feet.

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