§ 171.04  Access and traffic circulation
   Internal streets shall be privately owned, built, and maintained, and shall be designed for safe and convenient access to all stands and parking spaces and to facilities for common use of park residents.
   (a)   Internal streets or common access routes.  An internal street or common access route shall be provided to each stand.  The street shall be a minimum of thirty (30') feet in width, except where otherwise approved by the City Council.  The internal street shall be continuous and connect with outer streets in the park or with public streets or shall be provided with a cul-de-sac.  No internal street ending  in a cul-de-sac shall exceed four hundred (400') feet in length.
   (b)   Minimum parking area for vehicle storage.  A minimum parking area of one hundred and fifty (150) square feet per mobile home space shall be provided for storage of boats or vehicles in excess of two (2) per mobile home unit, and for visitors' vehicles to minimize on-street parking and to facilitate the  movement of emergency vehicles into and through the park.
   (c)   Maintenance of internal streets.  Internal streets shall be maintained by the owner.
   (d)   Numbering, naming of streets.  All streets within each park shall be numbered or named in an approved manner.
   (e)   Intersecting of interior streets adjoining public streets.  Interior streets shall intersect adjoining public streets at ninety degrees (90°) and at locations which will eliminate or minimize interference with the traffic on those public streets.
   (f)   Posting of signs.  At each entrance to the park,  an eighteen inches by twenty-four inches (18" x 24") sign should be posted, stating "Private Drive, No Thru Traffic."  The licensee may also post a speed limit sign on this same post.
(Ord. 5-7-85-1, passed 5-7-85)  Penalty, see § 10.10