I did a lot of research before buying my coach.
Code was a big one. I can't have anything longer than 36' parked at all on the property.
My coach is 32' and I park it on the solid rock drive in the back yard, out away from any code violations. (nothing on the front 5' of the lot)
I also asked my next door neighbors on both sides would it bother them to see it, they both said no and were very nice about it.
So I had the spot already ready when I bought the coach, but I did have to widen the mouth of my driveway at the street because it was too tight to back the coach in to.
One more thing, MOST neighbors are JEALOUS or ENVIOUS and act on those emotions when being nasty about RVs on streets. I see may folks that don't have a clue how much and many years of work and sacrifice I/we have had/made to buy an RV, nor how much it takes to maintain them. They think it's just a handout from above. Not all folks are like that, but there are plenty out there that think that.
Best wishes and keep us posted on your events.
btw, the worse problem I've had with code compliance is the Tree Canopies over the streets are supposed to be at least 13' above the street, and I don't see many homeowners in my neighborhood or closeby neighborhoods that have even a 6' clearance. Our city needs to be out enforcing those tree clearance laws for sure, but I don't complain because I don't care if its not on my street and not affecting my coach (I have my neighbors trees trimmed in order to keep them off my coach when going and coming)
Kent - '03 Fleetwood Storm Ford F-53 V-10
With Susie (Lhasa); Angie (Shorkie) Ferbie (ShihTzu)
In Memoriam: Katie, Spencer and Zoey