The Town of DeWitt adopted a law in 2008 that took effect on January 1, 2010. It places greater restrictions (location and time of storage) on recreational vehicles, large commercial vehicles and other equipment in residential neighborhoods. The law was adopted following persistent complaints of homeowners about such vehicles and the inability of the Town to correct the same. See the links below for details of the law and status of neighborhood overlay exemption proposals.
Planning Board Information Meeting - July 29 (7:00 PM)
Map of Recommended Exemption Area - Franklin Park (new)
Summary of Rules
Questions & Answers
Results: Residential Area Vehicle Storage Survey (Town Wide 2009 Survey)
How to Obtain a Neighborhood Exemption
The new law provides a way for owners of single family homes in a contiguous neighborhood of fifty or more homes to petition the Town for exemption from the law. See Vehicle Storage Petition Form.
The RV Petitions Nos. 1 and 2 and the recent Petitions Nos. 3 and 6 covering Franklin Park are the reports and recommendations of the Planning and Zoning to the Town Planning Board, Supervisor, and Town Board. The reports are the second of four steps in the Overlay Exemption process.
Report on RV Petition No. 1 - Franklin Park (November 2009)
Report on RV Petition No. 2 - Franklin Park South (February 2010)
Report on RV Petition's No. 3 and 6 - Franklin Park (July 2010)
2008 Law – Residential Vehicle Storage and Overlay District
Please call or email the Planning & Zoning office at (315) 446-3910 x 3 or email@example.com for additional information.