Recreational vehicles, such as motor homes, trailers, boats and trailers, jet skis, etc. must be parked to the rear of the front of the house and on corner lots must be parked to the rear of the house on the two sides that face the street.
No, a commercial vehicle cannot be parked in a residential area.
This depends on the canal ownership. It would either be maintained by the City or the Melbourne-Tillman Water Control District. Contact the Public Works Division for direction.
- These complaints should be directed to the Public Works Division at (321) 952-3438.
These are maintained by the Public Works Division. For further information, call (321) 953-8996 or (321) 952-3438.
A residence can be used for business address only, with the issuance of a business tax receipt.
When weeds and grass have reached a height of twelve (12) inches it is considered overgrowth.
Any truck, bus, trailer, portable equipment, machinery or similar vehicle or combination thereof, used or intended to be used for any commercial enterprise or business purpose, or which has over four (4) wheels, more than two (2) axles, and a height of over eight (8) feet.
Any vehicle that is dismantled, partly dismantled, or cannot run under its own power. Any vehicle that does not have a current vehicle registration can be considered a junk vehicle.