Is camping allowed? How and where?
The owner of a property in residential use may allow overnight camping on their private property. One family may camp in an RV or camper in the driveway, or in a tent in the backyard, if at least five (5) feet from the property line.

On property that is in commercial or industrial use, vacant or used as a place of worship, up to three (3) families may camp in a recreational vehicle parked on paving or gravel.

In all cases, the property owner shall not be compensated and must provide bathroom facilities, garbage service and a storage area that is not visible from the street. For more details about camping, see Eugene City Code 4.816.

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1. How many dogs are allowed in the city limits?
2. What if I am impacted by barking dogs?
3. Is camping allowed? How and where?
4. Do I need to use a garbage can for my household and yard waste?
5. Where are garbage cans or dumpsters supposed to be located?
6. What is considered junk, and where can it be stored?
7. What if I have complaints about noise?
8. Is smoking allowed in public places?
9. To whom can I report a vacant open structure?
10. Can I store my unlicensed vehicle in my driveway or yard?
11. How do I file a complaint?