The Rigby (Iowa) city council approved a new ordinance for RV parks. The ordinance outlines RV park ownership requirements, roadway and distancing requirements, health regulations and even the amount of time a resident can stay at a park, according to The Jefferson Star.

Those hoping to stay in RV parks may only stay for three months within the calendar year. To stay longer, the tenant must receive an extension from either the mayor or his assigned agent.

Rigby Mayor Jason Richardson stated that Rigby previously had no RV park ordinance but with the owner of the Squealer’s property seeking annexation into the city of Rigby, putting this ordinance in place allows for the property to be developed as an RV park.

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