Is there an ordinance about parking an RV or camping trailer?
Yes. Camping trailers may be parked on a residential lot provided its location does not create a nuisance or hazard to adjoining property owners. The city manager has authority to determine if the location is a nuisance and to order it be relocated on the lot or screened from view. See Ordinance B-522 for additional regulations or contact the Code Enforcement Department at 817-426-9872 or 817-426-9875.City Ordinances

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1. What are the specifications for operating a business from my home?
2. What is the fax number for Building Inspections?
3. What is required to register as a contractor with the City of Burleson?
4. Where do I get a Certificate of Occupancy, register my business, and get a tax ID number?
5. What information do you need to submit for a building permit?
6. Do I need a permit for a garage sale and if so how do I obtain one?
7. Is a permit required for a storage building?
8. Is a permit required for a fence?
9. Is a permit required for a swimming pool?
10. How can I request an inspection?
11. Do I need a permit for a retaining wall?
12. What is the ordinance for sign placement and are permits required?
13. What codes does the City currently use?
14. What are the specifications for operating a business from my home?
15. What does the City Code of Ordinances define as junk and trash?
16. What does the City Code of Ordinances define as a junk vehicle?
17. What does the City Code of Ordinances define as high grass?
18. Is there an ordinance about parking an RV or camping trailer?
19. How do I find a Zoning Map online?
20. What is the process to plat a piece of property in Burleson?
21. Where can I find the Development calendar online?