Can I have a cargo container on my residential property?

Yes, if your property is at least 2 acres in area, and then only as an accessory use. This means that you must first have a residence on the property. There are other rules that apply to the siting of cargo containers that you need to be aware of.https://az-deweyhumboldt.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/View/1495

Cargo Container Rules

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1. How do I make a Code Enforcement complaint?
2. Can I have a cargo container on my residential property?
3. Do I need a subdivision or a land split?
4. How do I split my lot?
5. How do I combine my lots into one?
6. Can I qualify for a Variance?