Choosing the RV lifestyle, for some, is a compelling option when housing costs skyrocket beyond affordability. Residents tend to lump all RVers as vagrants or “trailer trash” and want them gone. Paul Purdel writes a very good opinion piece on how – at least some RVers – live consciously and contribute much more than they cost and just want a safe place to park.
Many RV dwellers pay taxes, keep the space around their RVs clean, and try to be good neighbors. It doesn’t make sense to enforce a nighttime parking ban, which is the time RVs impact the city the least.