Trailer parks or mobile home parks shall be designed and maintained in accordance with the following requirements.
(a) Park area. The minimum trailer park or mobile home area shall be 40,000 square feet.
(b) Lot area. The minimum lot area per trailer or mobile home shall be 2,000 square feet.
(c) Distance between trailers or mobile homes. The minimum distance between neighboring trailers or mobile homes shall be not less than 20 feet. Each trailer or mobile home unit shall be set back not less than ten feet from the exterior lines of the trailer or mobile home unit lot upon which it is located.
(d) Concrete slab. Each trailer or mobile home unit lot shall be equipped with a concrete slab of sufficient size to support the wheels and the front parking jack. Such slab shall have a minimum horizontal dimension of eight by ten feet and a minimum thickness of four inches.
(e) Utilities. Each trailer or mobile home unit shall be equipped with one electric outlet. A sanitary sewer and water system shall be installed in accordance with City specifications. Trailer or mobile home units not directly connected with the water and sewer system shall be located not more than 200 feet from a community utility building providing separate toilet and shower facilities for each sex.
(f) Interior streets. The minimum width of interior one-way streets with parking permitted on one side shall be 21 feet. The minimum width of two-way streets with parking permitted on one side shall be 26 feet. Such streets shall be graveled or paved maintained in good condition and lighted at night.
(g) Length of occupancy. No trailer or mobile home shall remain in a trailer park or mobile home park for a period exceeding 15 days without connection to the permanent sanitary sewer system of the park.
(h) Additional requirements. In addition to the foregoing, the Board may impose such other conditions, requirements or limitations concerning the design, development and operation of such trailer park or mobile home parks necessary for the protection of adjacent properties and the public interest.
(Ord. 2046, passed 4-11-1968; Ord. 2829, passed 3-22-1982)