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NON-EMERGENCY PHONE:  (540) 375-3080|HOURS:  M-F 8am-5pm |EMAIL:  salemfire@salemva.gov
FOR AN EMERGENCY DIAL 911 |LOCATION:  216 South Broad Street, Salem, VA 24153

Published on Friday, January 8, 2021

Keep Recreational Vehicles in Their Place

Recreational Vehicles cannot be used as a living space or a business location in the city. Using them as an extension of your home and sleeping in them is against the law and a potential fire hazard. These vehicles must be kept closed while they are parked in residential areas and they can only be opened for maintenance and cleaning.

Section 106-404.3 of the City of Salem Code says the following: No recreational vehicle shall be used for living or businesses purposes, or otherwise connected to utility services unless located within an approved campground.

If you need more information, further clarification or if you wish to report a violation, please contact the city's Zoning Division at 375-3032.

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