APPROVED AND NOT APPROVED
In order to maintain compliance, trailers, vehicles and boats MUST be parked in a driveway or over a gravel area designed to fit them. Miscellaneous items found in bylaw 17.3 must be removed from the lot.
17.2. No vacant lot shall be used for the storage (long or short term) of camping trailers, motor homes, watercraft, specialty trailers, utility trailers or other vehicles of any type. Designated storage areas/facilities must be used for storage or parking of such vehicles. No unimproved parking areas or yards shall be used for vehicle parking for longer than 72 consecutive hours. No common areas may be utilized for any commercial or nonresidential purposes, including but not limited to, parking for real estate sales or promotions.
17.3. No lots shall be used or maintained as a dumping or burial ground for rubbish litter, including but not limited to garbage, trash, waste, rubbish, cans, bottles, wire, paper, cartons, boxes, automobile parts, furniture, glass or anything else of an unsightly or unsanitary nature.
GOLF CARTS AND LOW-SPEED VEHICLES
After receiving overwhelming input against using golf carts on the roadways from the public, Knox County Sheriff's Office, Eastern Knox County Joint Fire Department, Knox County Commissioners, and the Knox County Engineers Office, the Howard Township Trustees have decided to prohibit golf carts and low-speed vehicles on roadways.
Any further questions on the matter can be brought up at a township meeting on the first and third Thursday of each month at 6 PM at the Howard Township Building (12389 Cotton Street, Howard).
This information was provided by Howard Township
Compliance Inquiry Form