Permits

At the current time we are not accepting applications online. You must come in to the office or mail in applications. 

The applications below are for procedure, information and fee purpose only. This is not the actual permit application.

Temporary Recreational Vehicle (RV) Permits

 

Obtaining 2 or less RV sites/spaces per lot/parcel

 

  1. Proof of ownership. (Cash sale or deed)

(If you are not the property owner, you must provide a lease agreement.)

  1. Submit the “Temporary RV Permit Affidavit” (MUST BE NOTARIZED)
  2. Plot plan with property dimensions
  3. Once approval is given an occupational license must be applied for prior to operating the Temporary RV Park
  4. The Applicant must submit the “Temporary RV Permit Reporting Form” (This form must be submitted to the office every 6 months during the life of the permit. Failure to comply will result in a lost permit.   

Obtaining 3 or more RV sites/spaces per lot/parcel (Temporary RV Park)

 

  1. Submit survey from a qualified surveyor meeting requirements of Ordinance No. 22-64
  2. Submit the “Temporary RV Permit Affidavit” (MUST BE NOTARIZED)
  3. The Permits Department will review the information to see if any additional documentation is needed
  4. The Permits Department will enter the application and send to Department Heads for their review
  5. There will be two sets of reviews and two sets of approval for this process.
    1. The first set of reviews will be for Conditional Approval; this will give the applicant the approval to start developing the Temporary RV Park (remember to call for inspections)
    2. The final set of reviews will be for Final Approval; this will give the applicant the approval to start operating the Temporary RV Park (remember to call for inspections)
    3. You will be notified by the Permits Department in writing after each review process
  1. You must comply with the signage regulation section of Ordinance No. 22-64.

 

No temporary R/V permits will be issued without first meeting all the current building, electrical and plumbing codes per Louisiana law and must pass inspection (3rd party accepted). Ten (10) or more sites/spaces per lot/parcel must be approved by the Plaquemines Parish Council.

 

We are short staffed but will process these as quickly as possible. This process is not meant to circumvent permanent housing rules and regulations.