For the city of palm coast to let you have a utility trailer or boat behind a fence
Right now the city of palm coast FL will not let you have a trailer or boat in your back yard. Way should you have to pay a storage for your boat or trailer if you have a fence in yard if you cant see it form you road then what is the big deal abut have your trailer or boat at your house. here is the City of palm coast Rules TRAILERS: It is prohibited and unlawful to park or store a Utility Trailer at any time on any improved or unimproved lot in a residential district, unless at a residence for a residential service call. Trailers must be stored in the garage or in an off-site storage area. FOR BOAT RV Recreational vehicles such as motor homes, travel trailers, campers, boats and boats on trailers, may be parked in a residential driveway for no more than three(3) days in any seven(7) day period for the purpose of repair, maintenance, or preparation for use. However, a recreational vehicle owned by a guest of the resident may be parked temporarily not to exceed seven(7) days in the resident’s driveway, but shall not be used for overnight lodging. No vehicles of any kind may be parked overnight on undeveloped private property.