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Sacramento Leaders Explain Why Homeless Are Allowed To Stay In RVs Despite Neighbors’ Outrage

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — An RV fire in North Sacramento off of Opportunity Street is a part of a burning issue for neighbors who live by the busy business area.

“We’re really just tired of this crap over here,” Dinesh Kumar, an upset neighbor, said.

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They said what started out as a handful of homeless people parking their RVs along Opportunity Street has exploded to more than a dozen at a time, and the city won’t do anything about it.

“We get little to no response from the city. I’ve also talked to code enforcement officers and they go ahead and message me but that’s about it.” Theresa Neal, an upset neighbor, said. “Now, we have something like this blowing up which could’ve got even worse. Something worse could’ve happened today where somebody could’ve lost their life.”

CBS13 called the city of Sacramento about the neighbors’ concerns.

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A spokesperson for the city sent us the following statement, “The City of Sacramento continues to follow State and County Public Health Orders. The Sacramento County Public Health Order states, “To maintain public health and safety, local governments should allow people who are living unsheltered, in cars, RV’s, and trailers, or in encampments on public property to remain where they are … Do not cite persons experiencing homelessness for using cars, RVs, and trailers as shelter during community spread of COVID-19.”

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It also adds, “It is Code Enforcement’s practice to remove RVs in violation of the California Vehicle Code (occupied or not). Staff would need some time to review each case for reasonings of not being able to remove the RV/vehicle, but prior to the County Health Order Code Enforcement was removing RVs/vehicles on Opportunity St. regardless of occupancy status. Prior to the Sacramento County Health Order, removal would occur if the RV/vehicle is abandoned, inoperative, dismantled, leaking sewage, or creating a hazard.

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To help in understanding cases such as RV’s or vehicles on the street, Code Enforcement may cite the vehicle, then return in 72 hours to check on the case to see if the vehicle has been voluntarily moved by the owner. Many times the owner will move the vehicle and therefore they are no longer in violation. However, at times we have seen that the vehicle will be back in the same spot they were before and the cycle of citation starts all over again with a complaint.”

So, why does the public health order prevent the removal of RV or a vehicle if someone is living in them?

Sacramento County follows CDC guidance which allows the homeless to stay in an RV, car, or encampment to maintain public health and safety as the county works to prevent community spread of the coronavirus. The CDC guidance also adds that clearing an encampment can cause people to disperse into the community and sever ties with service providers which increases the potential for infectious disease spread.

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Following this fire, Phillip Schamburg is without a home again. He said he and his fiancée had to move out of their apartment and into their RV about a month and a half ago due to the economic struggles of the pandemic.

“You know, work slowed down. Everything just all of sudden just crashed in; just folded,” Schamburg said. “I was just a handyman here and there. You know, and I can’t…they don’t want you in their house and be messing around.”

It’s a fiery topic for people living in this area. Something Phillip and his fiancée Latonya understand.

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“If you’re too close to someone’s home, it can be an invasion of their little privacy. You know, sometimes even disturbing the peace,” Latonya Jackson, Phillip’s fiancée, said.

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10.24.070 Parking Prohibited When.

a.No person shall park a vehicle upon any roadway for the principal purpose of displaying such vehicle for sale.

b.No person who owns or has custody or control of any vehicle shall park or store such vehicle upon any highway or alley for more than a consecutive period of seventy-two (72) hours, or move and repark such vehicle on any highway within three hundred (300) feet of the original parking site, unless such vehicle is maintained in an operable condition and driven within the seventy-two (72) consecutive hours mentioned above.

c.In the event the highway includes two or more separate roadways and traffic is restricted to one direction upon each roadway, no person shall stop, stand/or park a vehicle upon the left-hand side of such one-way roadways.

d.It is unlawful for any person to have, erect, place, stand/or park, wholly or partly within the right-of-way of any County road or highway, any vehicle, motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, wagon, pushcart, stand, structure, or building for the purpose of selling the same or of selling, vending, displaying for sale, or offering for sale, therefrom or therein, any goods, wares, or merchandise, fruit, vegetables, produce, or any other article or thing of value.

e.Any such vehicle, motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, wagon, pushcart, stand, structure, or building so had, erected, placed, stood or parked for any such purpose or purposes is hereby declared to be a public nuisance and the removal thereof forthwith from within the right-of-way of any such road or highway by the Director, his engineers or employees is hereby authorized.

f.This title does not prohibit a seller from taking orders or delivering any commodity from any vehicle from that County road or highway immediately adjacent to the premises of the purchaser.

g.It is unlawful for any person to park, stop or abandon any vehicle within one thousand (1,000) feet of any authorized emergency vehicle when such authorized emergency vehicle is actively engaged at the scene of any bombing, act of sabotage, accident, explosion, flood, riot, earthquake, fire or any emergency.

h.No person shall park any motor truck (excepting therefrom any truck commonly known as and referred to as a “pickup truck”), truck tractor or commercial vehicle for more than one hour on any highway in a residential district or move and repark such vehicle on any highway in a residential district within three hundred feet (300) of the original parking site within any twenty-four (24) hour period except while loading or unloading property or in connection with and in the aid of the performance of a service to or on a property adjacent to the block in which such vehicle is parked and only for such time in addition to one hour that is reasonably necessary to complete such loading, unloading or service.

i.No person shall park any motor home, trailer coach, or truck and camper for more than seventy-two (72) hours on any highway in a residential district or move and repark such vehicle on any highway in a residential district within three hundred feet (300) of the original parking site within any seventy-two (72) hour period.

j.No person shall park any trailer or semi-trailer upon any public street or alley unless the trailer or semi-trailer is at all times while so parked attached to a vehicle capable of moving the trailer or semi-trailer in a normal manner upon the street or alley. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any vehicle or trailer owned by the county or a public utility or a licensed contractor while necessary for use in the construction, installation, or repair of any public utility. (SCC 1362 § 1, 2007; SCC 1118 § 1, 1998; SCC 1045 § 1, 1996; SCC 383 § 1, 1979; Ord. 838 § 1, 1964; Ord. 825 § 2, 1963; Ord. 746 § 1, 1961; Ord. 703 § 64, 1960.)


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Chapter 10.60
REGULATION OF THE PARKING OF RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

Sections:

10.60.010    Purpose.

10.60.020    Definitions.

10.60.030    Parking prohibited – Exceptions.

10.60.040    Recreational vehicle parking permits.

10.60.050    Duration and limits.

10.60.060    Application.

10.60.070    Issuance.

10.60.080    RV permit – Display.

10.60.090    Notice.

10.60.100    Prohibited activities.

10.60.110    Violations.

10.60.120    Revocation.

10.60.010 Purpose.

The regulations enacted by this chapter are intended to ensure there is adequate parking for residents of the city and to regulate the parking of vehicles actively used as sleeping accommodations. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.020 Definitions.

Unless the contrary is stated or clearly appears from the context, the following definitions will govern the construction of the words and phrases used in this chapter:

“Out-of-town visitor” means any natural person who does not reside in the city and who is temporarily visiting a resident of the city.

“Recreational vehicle” means a motorhome, travel trailer, truck camper, camping trailer, or other vehicle or trailer, with or without motive power, designed or altered for human habitation for recreational, emergency, or other human occupancy. “Recreational vehicle” specifically includes, but is not limited to: a “recreational vehicle” as defined by California Health and Safety Code Section 18010; a “truck camper” as defined by Health and Safety Code Section 18013.4; a “camp trailer” as defined in California Vehicle Code Section 242; a “camper” as defined in California Vehicle Code Section 243; a “fifth-wheel travel trailer” as defined in California Vehicle Code Section 324; a “house car” as defined by California Vehicle Code Section 362; a “trailer coach” as defined in California Vehicle Code Section 635; a van camper; or a van conversion.

“RV guest permit” means a limited duration parking permit for a recreational vehicle belonging to an out-of-town visitor issued by the chief of police or his designee in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

“RV permit” means a two-year parking permit for a recreational vehicle belonging to a resident of the city issued by the chief of police or his designee in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.030 Parking prohibited – Exceptions.

A. It is unlawful for a person to park or leave standing any recreational vehicle on any public street, park, square, avenue, alley or public way in the city between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.

B. Exceptions. The prohibitions of this section do not apply to:

1. Recreational vehicles for which a RV permit has been issued and such permit is displayed and is valid;

2. Recreational vehicles for which a RV guest permit has been issued and such permit is displayed and is valid; or

3. Recreational vehicles parked or left standing as a result of a mechanical breakdown so as to allow the performance of emergency repairs on the vehicle for a period not to exceed forty-eight hours. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.040 Recreational vehicle parking permits.

A. The chief of police, or his designee, has the authority to issue RV permits and RV guest permits and to revoke such permits in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.

B. Persons holding a valid RV permit or RV guest permit issued pursuant to this chapter may park the recreational vehicle for which the permit was issued on a street in a residential area during the restricted hours of 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m., provided the recreational vehicle is parked along the curb line within the same block as the residence listed in the application for which the permit is issued and the permit is valid. If the residence is located on a corner, then the permit holder may park along the curb line of either of the streets on the block on which the residence is located.

C. Except as expressly provided in this chapter, a RV permit or a RV guest permit does not authorize any vehicle to park in a location or manner that is otherwise prohibited by this code or by the California Vehicle Code.

D. A RV permit or a RV guest permit does not guarantee the availability of parking at any time. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.050 Duration and limits.

A. RV permits will be valid for two years. The permittee may apply for additional RV permits without any limitation on the number of successive permits which may be issued provided all of the conditions set forth in this chapter continue to be met. No more than one RV permit shall be issued for each residential address in the city; this does not include a RV guest permit.

B. RV guest permits will be issued for a period not to exceed two weeks. Applicants may request an additional one-week extension. No RV guest permit will be issued for a residential address for more than sixty total calendar days in any consecutive twelve-month period, regardless of the number of out-of-town visitors during that period of time. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.060 Application.

A. Every resident desiring a RV permit for his own recreational vehicle or recreational vehicle under his possession and control shall file an application with the Gardena police department containing the following information:

1. The name, residential address and phone number of the resident applying for the permit along with proof of residency satisfactory to the chief of police such as a current driver’s license or identification card, property tax bill, or public utility bill;

2. The name, address, and phone number of the registered owner of the recreational vehicle for which a permit is sought along with a copy of the vehicle registration from the California Department of Motor Vehicles or equivalent agency from another state. If the resident applying for the RV permit is not the registered owner, a letter of authorization of the registered owner shall be included;

3. The license number, year, make and model of the recreational vehicle and its dimensions as to width, height, and length;

4. Such additional information the chief of police, or his designee, may reasonably require.

B. An application for a RV guest permit may be filed by the resident or the out-of-town visitor. The application shall include the following:

1. The name, residential address and phone number of the resident that the out-of-town visitor will be visiting;

2. The name, address, and phone number of the registered owner of the recreational vehicle for which a permit is sought along with a copy of the vehicle registration from the California Department of Motor Vehicles or equivalent agency from another state. If the resident applying for the RV permit is not the registered owner, a letter of authorization of the registered owner shall be included;

3. The license number, year, make and model of the recreational vehicle and its dimensions as to width, height, and length;

4. The dates for which the permit is desired; and

5. Such additional information the chief of police, or his designee, may reasonably require.

C. There shall be no fee for issuance of a RV permit or RV guest permit. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.070 Issuance.

A. The chief of police or his designee shall issue a RV permit unless one of the following findings is made:

1. The applicant is not a city resident;

2. The resident is not the registered owner of the recreational vehicle or does not have authorization to use such vehicle;

3. A RV permit has already been issued for a resident at the listed address;

4. There are public safety concerns relating to the parking of the recreational vehicle on the street on which the parking would be provided, including but not limited to a street being too narrow to safely accommodate the recreational vehicle;

5. The street on which parking would be provided prohibits parking of all vehicles; or

6. The applicant provided information that was materially false.

B. The chief of police or his designee shall issue a RV guest permit unless one of the following findings is made:

1. The out-of-town visitor is not the registered owner of the recreational vehicle or does not have authorization to use such vehicle;

2. There are public safety concerns relating to the parking of the recreational vehicle on the street on which the parking would be provided, including but not limited to a street being too narrow to safely accommodate the recreational vehicle;

3. The street on which parking would be provided prohibits parking of all vehicles;

4. The applicant provided information that was materially false;

5. The out-of-town visitor is not visiting the resident listed in the application;

6. The address associated with the resident that the out-of-town visitor is visiting has already exceeded the number of days allowed for a RV permit for guests in the previous twelve months; or

7. The resident that is being visited has unpaid parking citations issued by the city of Gardena. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.080 RV permit – Display.

A. All RV permits and RV guest permits shall include the license plate number of the designated recreational vehicle, the date of issuance, the date of expiration, and the permit number.

B. All RV permits shall be conspicuously displayed in the lower driver’s side of the windshield or nearest window so that it is clearly visible from the exterior of the vehicle so that all information is visible in order to avoid a parking ticket. The possession of a valid, unexpired permit that was not properly displayed shall not be considered a defense to a citation for an illegally parked recreational vehicle.

C. Any person who displays a counterfeit, forged, altered, or fraudulent RV permit shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.090 Notice.

Signs giving reasonable notice of the prohibitions contained in this chapter will be erected within the city as required by the California Vehicle Code. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.100 Prohibited activities.

Regardless of whether a person has a RV permit, no person shall:

A. Run electrical cords, extension cords, hoses, cables, or other items across, above, or on the parkway or sidewalk from any property to a recreational vehicle parked on a public street at any time;

B. Make a sewer connection with a recreational vehicle or dump wastes from a recreational vehicle onto public or private land other than a designated RV dump. Violation of this subsection is a misdemeanor; or

C. Use of such recreational vehicle for human habitation in violation of Section 10.28.490. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.110 Violations.

Unless otherwise specified, all violations of this chapter shall be an infraction and such persons shall be subject to citation, towing or both. Parking citations may be appealed under California Vehicle Code Section 40215 et seq. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

10.60.120 Revocation.

A. The chief of police shall have the authority to revoke a RV permit or RV guest permit in the following circumstances:

1. A ground exists which would have justified denial of the permit in the first instance;

2. The recreational vehicle has fallen into a state of disrepair and has become a public nuisance;

3. The recreational vehicle has created a disturbance in the neighborhood due to the manner in which it has been used;

4. The recreational vehicle has become inoperable;

5. There have been at least two parking citations issued for the recreational vehicle associated with the permit;

6. There has been a violation of Section 10.60.100A;

7. There has been evidence that the recreational vehicle is being used for habitation.

B. The chief of police shall issue a notice of revocation in writing to the permittee specifying the effective date of the revocation, which date shall be at least two days after the date of service. Mailed notice shall be deemed served three days after deposit in the United States mail.

C. The permittee shall have the right to appeal the notice of revocation in accordance with the procedures of Chapter 1.12, except that the appeal shall be to the city manager with no right of review to the city council. (Ord. 1742 § 1 (part), 2012)

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What about a Walmart? Or what if outside a city limit?

The law you quoted is pretty clear. Parking an RV on a public street is perfectly legal in California. So park it right in front of City Hall. No need to be under the radar. Just make sure you are in a legal parking spot, and you will probably have to move it once every three days, depending on local ordinances. If anyone including the police harrasses you about it, be sure to get it on video and sue their asses in court.
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LOL! Yes it's very nice. I purchased it with a small trust fund from my grandparents. I have about 35K left. Heck I'm just wondering if I should just buy a small lot and park the RV on it.

And so you decided to move to another state and mooch and live on the streets? Why not get a spot in an rv park like anybody else? Sorry, cali is full up on people living in their vehicles.
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And so you decided to move to another state and mooch and live on the streets? Why not get a spot in an rv park like anybody else? Sorry, cali is full up on people living in their vehicles.

Well I have a job lined up so no I won't need to mooch. I also have a college degree but the housing in California is a challenge.
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LOL! Yes it's very nice. I purchased it with a small trust fund from my grandparents. I have about 35K left. Heck I'm just wondering if I should just buy a small lot and park the RV on it.

That usually does mot work out well in metropolitan areas due to codes and such. Now, there are places outside of Sacramento that is not too bad F a commute distance wise that you might have an easier time with doing that. If you are into commuting. But while it might only be a 30 mile commute, it could take several hours of sitting in bumper to bumper traffic.

If you buy a lot and apply for building permits, you can usually stay on site.
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LOL! Yes it's very nice. I purchased it with a small trust fund from my grandparents. I have about 35K left. Heck I'm just wondering if I should just buy a small lot and park the RV on it.

Sorry, but an expensive RV parked on the street with all your possessions all day while you work = major theft target Park it instead in an RV park. You can get power and water and a toilet clean-out there.
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I don't have any problem with the OP living in her vehicle if she can get away with it here in CA, if she's not going to be panhandling or creating any kind of disturbance, etc.

I wondered about doing this myself. One thing I wondered about, though, is what if you have a couple glasses of wine while watching a movie on your laptop, etc., and then the cops knock on the window and ask you to move? Now you're over the alcohol limit, and you're in your car. This makes you vulnerable to a DUI.

I guess, you could just not answer the knock on the window?

If you were always sober, and never even took any melatonin or anything that could impair your driving, then you could just agree to move along, if asked to. But, it just seems like it would be safer to find somewhere to park with permission, on private property.

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This reminds me of a show I enjoy watching with my family called Tiny House Nation. Many folks are downsizing and going for simpler living situations. I would look for a piece of land you could either purchase, lease/rent. I bet if you put an ad up on Craigslist you would find a home/property owner willing to let you park on their land for a reasonable fee. Imagine someone that needs a little extra income, an elderly person perhaps, who would be happy to help a young lady out like yourself. The main requirement would be that you live respectfully on their property (e.g. not throwing wild parties and getting loud at night).

Bottom line: I think you have a good idea about saving money and living simply if you do it right.

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So I'm moving to California in a few months with a classs B Mercedes sprinter motorhome. It's my understanding that the 9th circuit court of appeals has issued an opinion making the California law prohibiting living in a motor vehicle unconstitutional. Does anyone have any insight into this? I plan on living in my RV when I get to Sacramento.


Every county and city has its own ordinances, so it is not so much state law that applies, but local law and codes.

Here's what the County of Sacramento code says:


Is it Legal to Live in a Recreational Vehicle (RV)?

The Sacramento County Zoning Code does not allow for anyone to occupy a recreational vehicle on residential property. RVs may only be lived in while at a specially designated and permitted RV or trailer park located in Recreation zones or a General Commercial zone, provided that the property has a Conditional Use Permit on file with the Planning department to conduct that use.

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Parking

If you're planning on parking on the streets in the city of Sacramento, you may also want to read up on the parking codes and metering system there, which you can find here:

Parking Questions - City of Sacramento

If you're going to be living in your van long term, the safest plan is to use some of your left over inheritance and salary from your job to rent a space in an RV park in the Sacramento area. Safe travels.


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Old01-24-2017, 06:26 AM
 

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Every county and city has its own ordinances, so it is not so much state law that applies, but local law and codes.

Here's what the County of Sacramento code says:


Is it Legal to Live in a Recreational Vehicle (RV)?

The Sacramento County Zoning Code does not allow for anyone to occupy a recreational vehicle on residential property. RVs may only be lived in while at a specially designated and permitted RV or trailer park located in Recreation zones or a General Commercial zone, provided that the property has a Conditional Use Permit on file with the Planning department to conduct that use.

Link to the County of Sacramento Code:
Parking

If you're planning on parking on the streets in the city of Sacramento, you may also want to read up on the parking codes and metering system there, which you can find here:

Parking Questions - City of Sacramento

If you're going to be living in your van long term, the safest plan is to use some of your left over inheritance and salary from your job to rent a space in an RV park in the Sacramento area. Safe travels.

Thank you for posting! This thread was driving me nuts. Apologies op for calling you a mooch. However you will be violating the laws of your new home, which may be ok with a few posters on an anon message board... but will not be popular with sac police or most locals. Get in a park and do it the RIGHT way.
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Old01-24-2017, 08:10 AM
 

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I'm moving to Sacramento soon, you can park in front of my house occasionally without issue.

I've lived in vans before and you should be fine in Sac. Every weekend you can drive to the mountains, beach, lakes or wherever you'd like. It might get hot during the Sacramento summers inside an RV. Just be smart and safe, keep your RV locked and enjoy life!

Good luck, I'm envious, I miss life on the road.

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