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Other Regional Emergency Housing Information

Chico Temporary Housing Ordinance:

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Key Information Points from applicable Section:  Section B

  • Permit issued under ordinance will be for a minimum of 3 years and a maximum of 5 years.
  • Permit will allow manufactured/modular homes, modular structures or recreational vehicles.
  • Permits may be issued for locations on non-residential zoned parcels or approved for assembly use or other alternate zone deemed appropriate.

 

Corning Temporary Housing Ordinance:

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Key Information Points from applicable Section:  Pages 12-15 of council packet.

  • Permits the issuance of temporary dwelling permits for self-contained travel trailers, recreational vehicles, tiny homes on wheels or similar structures in any zoning district within city limits.
  • No more than 4 units shall be placed on parcels larger than one acre.
  • Only 1 unit shall be placed on parcels less than one acre.
  • No units shall be placed on city streets or private roadways.
  • No units shall be larger than 640sqft
  • Persons occupying may not exceed unit’s maximum occupancy.
  • No rent shall be charged to occupants.
  • Must be connected to sewer or have a signed contract with a sanitary pumping company.

 

Oroville Temporary Housing Ordinance:

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Key Information Points from applicable Section:  Pages 31-37 of council packet.

  • Initial Use – Occupancy of a recreational vehicle on any residential lot shall be allowed with temporary city approval or permit.
  • RVs must have temporary septic capacity and be serviced through routine pumping or dump station use.
  • RVs must be appropriately connected to approved source of electricity.
  • Standards for Fire-affected sites:
  • RV use shall only be permitted on lots with a legally established damaged or destroyed residence.
  • No RV use shall be allowed on a lot until the site is approved for reconstruction by the city, CalOES or FEMA.

 

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