RV Temporary Right-of-Way Parking Permits

Information

  • Fee is $10 payable by cash, check or Visa/Mastercard.

  • Completed application is required (both front and back).

  • Please allow two business days for processing of the application.

  • There can only be a single or two family residence on the property.

  • The RV must be parked directly in front of the address that obtained the permit. See # 8, 9, 10 of Rules, Regulations, and Conditions for spacing requirements.

  • The owner/resident of the property must apply and sign the application.

  • The owner/resident must supply proof of residency at the address such as driver’s license and/or utility bill.

  • The RV registered owner must also sign the application.

  • A permit is good for up to seven days.

  • A single extension may be obtained for one additional seven-day period at no cost upon submittal of a written request (an email is acceptable) and with written approval by Clark County Public Works. The request must be submitted before the permit expires.

  • If the permit expires, it will be an additional $10 fee.

  • No permit shall be issued for a period in excess of fourteen (14) calendar days in any one calendar year.

  • Each RV can have a maximum of two seven-day permits per calendar year at each address.

  • The permit information will be given to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office for enforcement.

    RULES, REGULATIONS, AND CONDITIONS FOR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKING ON COUNTY ROADS AND STREETS:

    1. Adequate sanitary facilities must be provided and accessible at or near the proposed site, including for animals, if allowed.

    2. Adequate trash receptacles and trash collection must be provided.

    3. No electrical extension cords or utility connections will cross the public right-of-way or sidewalks.

    4. No animals may be tied up to the exterior of a recreational vehicle.

    5. The parking activity and occupant(s) will not unreasonably disturb or interfere with the safety, peace, comfort, and repose of private property owners.

    6. The permit shall be posted so as to be clearly visible from the exterior of the vehicle at all times.

    7. Compliance with all state and county statutes and ordinances, rules and regulations is required.

    8. Vehicle may not be parked closer than five feet to any driveway.

    9. Vehicle may not be parked closer than fifteen feet to any fire hydrant.

    10. Vehicle may not be closer than twenty feet to any street or road intersection or obstruct road and street signage.

    11. Clark County retains the right to require vehicle to be moved/removed.

    Clark County Public Works
    4700 NE 78th St., Bldg A
    Vancouver WA  98665
    Email: pwoverlegal@clark.wa.gov
    Ph: 564-397-2434
    Fax: 564-397-6106
    Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., closed from noon to 1:00 p.m. daily