§ 10-2  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this article, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   BUFFER PLANTING STRIP. A visual screening facility, consisting of not less than one row of shrubbery spaced not more than eight feet apart, which will grow to a height of not less than 12 feet in less than five years, under normal circumstances; such a strip may, as an alternative, consist of an earthen berm or solid fencing, or any combination of earthen berm, fencing and/or landscaping, all of which shall total at least eight feet in height.
   CAMPING TRAILER. A canvas, folding structure mounted on wheels and designed for travel, recreation and vacation use.
   GREEN BELT PLANTING STRIP. A landscaped area, not less than 20 feet in width, used along all subdivision boundaries; such GREEN BELT PLANTING STRIP shall be composed of:
      a.   One row of deciduous and/or evergreen trees, spaced not more than 40 feet apart;
      b.   Not less than three rows of shrubs, spaced not more than 30 feet apart; and
      c.   Not less than three rows of shrubs, spaced not more than eight feet apart, all of which shrubs must eventually be capable of growing to at least four to six feet in height.
   HEALTH OFFICIAL. The Municipal Building Inspector or the legally-designated Health Authority of the city (or an authorized representative), or the authorized representative of the County Health Department or the State Department of Health.
   MANUFACTURED HOUSING. A dwelling unit fabricated on or after June 15, 1976, in an off-site manufacturing facility for installation or assembly at the building site, bearing a seal certifying that it is built in compliance with the Federal Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974, being 42 U.S.C. Chapter 70, §§ 5401 et seq. The three types of MANUFACTURED HOUSING are defined as meeting all of the requirements listed below, and are to be considered separate from mobile or modular housing:
      a.   TYPE I MANUFACTURED HOUSING shall:
         (1)   Have more than 1,000 square feet of occupied space in a typically double-section or larger multi-section unit, with a minimum width of 20 feet;
         (2)   Be placed onto a permanent foundation, and be anchored to the ground, in accordance with the city’s foundation code or other adopted foundation requirements, and the manufacturer’s specifications;
         (3)   Utilize a permanent perimeter enclosure, in accordance with municipally-approved installation standards;
         (4)   Have wheels, axles and hitch mechanisms removed;
         (5)   Have all utilities connected, in accordance with the appropriate municipal codes and the manufacturer’s specifications;
         (6)   Have siding material of a type customarily used on site-built residences in the community and neighborhood;
         (7)   Have roofing material of a type customarily used on site-built residences in the community and neighborhood;
         (8)   Have a 100-square foot (minimum) attached, covered and/or enclosed parking garage, which is compatible with other housing in the immediate area; all parking and driveway areas shall be hard-surfaced;
         (9)   Have a legitimate front and rear door; and
         (10)   Have a minimum eave width of six inches.
      b.   TYPE II MANUFACTURED HOUSING shall:
         (1)   Have more than 720 square feet of occupied space in a single-, double-, expando or multi-section unit (including those with add-a-room units);
         (2)   Be placed onto a permanent foundation, and be anchored to the ground, in accordance with the city’s foundation code or other adopted foundation standards, and the manufacturer’s specifications;
         (3)   Utilize a permanent perimeter enclosure, in accordance with municipally-approved installation standards;
         (4)   Have wheels, axles and hitch mechanisms removed;
         (5)   Have utilities connected in accordance with appropriate municipal codes and the manufacturer’s specifications;
         (6)   Have siding material of a type customarily used on site-built residences in the community and neighborhood;
         (7)   Have roofing material of a type customarily used on site-built residences in the community and neighborhood;
         (8)   Have a 100-square foot (minimum) attached, covered and/or enclosed parking garage, which is compatible with other housing in the immediate area; all parking and driveway areas shall be hard-surfaced;
         (9)   Have legitimate front and rear doors; and
         (10)   Have a minimum eave width of six inches.
      c.   TYPE III MANUFACTURED HOUSING shall:
         (1)   Have more than 400 square feet of occupied space, in a single-, double-, expando or multi-section unit (including those with add-a-room units);
         (2)   Be placed onto a support system, in accordance with municipally-approved installation standards;
         (3)   Be enclosed with foundation siding or skirting, in accordance with municipally-approved installation standards;
         (4)   Be anchored to the ground, in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and the city’s appropriate, adopted code; and
         (5)   Have utilities connected, in accordance with appropriate municipal requirements and the manufacturer’s specifications.
   MOBILE HOME. Any single-family dwelling designed for transportation on streets and highways on its own wheels or on flatbed or other trailers (both highway and rail) and arriving at the site where it is to be occupied as a dwelling complete and ready for occupancy, except for minor and incidental unpacking and assembly operations, location on jacks or permanent foundations, connection to utilities and similar operations.
   MOBILE HOME, DEPENDENT. Any MOBILE HOME which does not have a flush toilet and a bath or shower. For purposes of this chapter, a DEPENDENT MOBILE HOME shall be considered to be the same as a TRAVEL TRAILER, unless otherwise specified.
   MOBILE HOME, FREESTANDING. Any MOBILE HOME or TRAVEL TRAILER not located in a MOBILE HOME PARK or TRAVEL TRAILER PARK respectively, licensed by the city or in an approved MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION.
   MOBILE HOME PARK. Any plot of ground upon which two or more MOBILE HOMES, occupied for dwelling or sleeping purposes, are located, regardless of whether or not a charge is made for such accommodations.
   MOBILE HOME SPACE. Any plot of ground within a MOBILE HOME PARK or subdivision designed for the accommodation of one MOBILE HOME, and not located on a mobile home sales lot.
   MOBILE HOME SUBDIVISION. Any subdivision designed and intended for residential use, where residence is in mobile homes or manufactured housing exclusively, and lots are sold for occupancy.
   MODULAR HOME. Any factory-fabricated, transportable building unit, not built upon a permanent chassis, designed to be used by itself or to be incorporated with similar units on a permanent foundation; the term is intended to apply to major assemblies and does not include prefabricated sub-elements incorporated into a structure at the site, nor does it include any type of MANUFACTURED HOUSING, as defined herein; any MODULAR HOME must meet United States government MODULAR HOME certification standards. See Article 4 of this Chapter 10 .
   MOTOR HOME. A portable, temporary dwelling to be used for travel, recreation and vacation constructed as an integral part of a self-propelled vehicle.
   MUNICIPAL BUILDING INSPECTOR. The Municipal Building Inspector of the City of Cache, Oklahoma, or an authorized agent.
   NONRESIDENTIAL MOBILE TRAILER. Any vehicle having the basic characteristics of either a MOBILE HOME or TRAVEL TRAILER, but which is used for purposes other than residential and is not being offered for sale (as indicated by a clearly displayed sign on or near the trailer).
   PARK. A MOBILE HOME and/or TRAVEL TRAILER PARK.
   PUBLIC WATER OR SEWER SYSTEM. Any such system built and owned by, or dedicated to and accepted by, or operated in cooperation with the city; all other such systems shall be deemed private systems.
   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE. Any vehicle used primarily for recreational purposes, including, but not limited to: motor homes; campers; travel trailers; fifth-wheel trailers any other similar vehicles.
   SERVICE BUILDING. Any building housing toilet and bathing facilities for men and/or women, and may also include buildings containing laundry facilities and other facilities.
   SUBDIVISION. A manufactured housing or mobile home subdivision, unless otherwise indicated.
   TRAVEL TRAILER. All vehicles and portable structures built on a chassis, designed as a temporary or permanent dwelling for travel, recreational and vacation use. For purposes of this chapter, a DEPENDENT MOBILE HOME shall be considered to be the same as a TRAVEL TRAILER, unless otherwise specified.
   TRAVEL TRAILER PARK. Any plot of ground upon which two or more travel trailers, occupied for dwelling or sleeping purposes are located, regardless of whether or not a charge is made for such accommodations.
   TRAVEL TRAILER SPACE. A plot of ground within a travel trailer park designed for accommodation of one travel trailer.
(Ord. 2019-10, passed 11-18-2019)