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From the Application Instructions you will need 1, 2, 5, 6, Affidavit Supporting Application and the WW survey 2017.
Contact the code enforcement officer at Rockledge City Hall and share your concern. It will be evaluated to determine whether or not it is a violation and what action can be taken. If you wish to remain anonymous, do not give us your name or phone number.
Reference: Rockledge Land Development Regulation Section 55.15 Click here for the City Code
Total length if under 22 ft. can park in your front yard/driveway or on a paved surface (not blocking the sidewalk), all boats are covered, for recreational use and have current tags and registration.
Total length if over 22 ft. must be parked behind the front line of the building, in a carport or garage. All boats are covered, for recreational use and have current tags and registration.
Note: Trailers used for commercial businesses are not allowed to be stored in residential area.
Reference: 55.15 Rockledge Land Development Regulations Click here for the City Code
Reference: Section 55.15, Rockledge Land Development Regulations Click here for the City Code
Reference: Rockledge Land Development Regulations Section 57.63 Click here for the City Code
Keep all carports, front porches and yards free from unnecessary clutter.
Reference: Rockledge Code of Ordinances Section 13-14 Click here for the City Code
Reference: Rockledge Land Development Regulations 59.80 Click here for the City Code
If you know that flooding is probable, move valuable contents upstairs or to a safe location.Debris in drainage ditches, streams, and pipes can cause localized flooding when it rains. It is unlawful for any person to throw or deposit any refuse, trash, or debris in any drainage ditch, stream or body of water. In order to prevent localized flooding outside of special flood hazard areas, city code requires the minimum finished floor elevation for new residential construction to be at least 18 inches above the highest crown of any abutting street.