§ 10-3  FREESTANDING MOBILE HOMES.
   1.   Freestanding mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, horse trailers or flatbed trailers shall be permitted within the corporate limits of the city, subject to the following conditions.
      a.   No freestanding mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, horse trailers or flatbed trailers shall be parked on dirt, grass, or other lawn areas at any time, with exception of the backyard and side of residence and shall not extend past the front of residence.
      b.   No freestanding mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, horse trailers or flatbed trailers shall be parked in any right-of-way, public street, utility, or city easement.
      c.   Freestanding mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, horse trailers or flatbed trailers may be parked on a driveway that is constructed of concrete, or a driveway extension made of a load-bearing, non-dust producing surface such as chat or gravel that has to be maintained in a sound condition free of ruts and potholes and is kept clear of grass and weeds; provided, the foregoing shall not be parked on a driveway closer than five feet from a public street.
      d.   It shall be unlawful far any person or any owner to leave, park; stand, or store any mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers, horse trailers or flatbed trailers in the driveway or side yard of a residence, in such a manner as to block the flow of traffic or the obstruct vision of oncoming traffic.
      e.   No freestanding mobile homes or travel trailers shall be occupied either temporarily or permanently while parked or stored in any area within the city limits except in a mobile home park.
   2.   Except for mobile homes, travel trailers, utility trailers or flatbed trailers within regular commercial mobile home, travel, utility, horse or flatbed trailer, sales lots, each such freestanding mobile home or travel trailer offered for sale, must be clearly marked as such and shall not be occupied for either living or sleeping purposes.
   3.   A property owner shall not store, nor permit to be stored, more than one mobile home, travel trailer, utility trailer, horse trailer or flatbed trailer on a residential lot.
(Ord. 15-1, passed 1-13-2015; Ord. 15-2, passed 2-10-2015; Ord. 2019-09, passed 11-18-2019; Ord. 2020-, passed 11-9-2020)