Beginning May 1st, the Town of Cape Charles will begin enforcing Code, Sec. 42-90 (parking, storage, or use of major recreational or mobile living equipment). This ordinance prohibits any boat or camping trailer from parking on any public street or public right-of-way for more than 48 hours.
The Town will begin actively enforcing this ordinance on May 1, 2023. Anyone who currently has a trailer of this type parked on any public street or right-of-way is requested to remove this property before that time.
Failure to correct or remove the violation within the time specified constitutes a violation of Chapter 42 of Town of Cape Charles Code with possible sanctions described in Section 42-71. Violations may result in the issuance of citations. Each day that the violation continues shall constitute a separate violation and may result in a daily fine. Additionally, the Town may choose to tow the property at the owner’s expense. Commercial fees for towing and storage change often but could be as much as $400 per tow plus
$100 per day storage.