§ 120.01  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   AGENT.  Any person authorized by the licensee of a mobile home park or a recreational vehicle park to operate or maintain such park under the provisions of this chapter.
   COMMON ACCESS ROUTE.  A private way which affords the principal means of access to individual recreational vehicle spaces or auxiliary buildings in a recreational vehicle park.
   DRIVEWAY.  A minor entrance-way off the common access route within the recreational vehicle park or from a public street into an off-street parking area serving one or more recreational vehicle spaces.
   HUD-CODE MANUFACTURED HOME.  As defined in § 152.01.
   LICENSEE.  Any person licensed to operate and maintain a recreational vehicle park under the provisions of this chapter.
   MOBILE HOME.  As defined in § 152.01 of this code.
   MOBILE HOME PARK.  As defined in § 152.01 of this code.
   OCCUPANT.  Any person who occupies a recreational vehicle which is located in a recreational vehicle park.
   PARKING AREA, OFF-STREET.  A common area within a recreational vehicle park for the parking of the automobiles or other small vehicles of visitors and the temporary storage of trailered boats belonging to those having recreational vehicles parked in such park the dimensions of which are at least 150 square feet for each recreational vehicle space within such park.
   PARKING SPACE, OFF-STREET.  A space for the parking of automobiles or other small vehicles having a minimum width of nine feet and a minimum length of 20 feet, which is located within the boundaries of a recreational vehicle space or a common parking and storage area and which in either case has an unobstructed access to an internal street.
   PLOT PLAN.  A graphic representation, drawn to scale, in a horizontal plane, delineating the outlines of the land included in the plan and all proposed use locations, accurately dimensioned, the dimensions also indicating the relation to each use to that adjoining and to the boundary of the property.
   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE.  A vehicular type unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational camping or travel use that either has its own motive the power or is mounted on or towed by another vehicle. Provided, however, any recreational vehicle more than ten years old kept or operated within the city must be inspected by the Building Official and certified to be safe for human occupation.  The basic entities are travel trailers, camping trailers, truck campers, and motor homes. A RECREATIONAL VEHICLE is not a mobile home or a HUD-code manufactured dwelling as defined in this chapter.
   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARK.  A unified development of 40 or more recreational vehicle spaces arranged on a tract of land which has been zoned for such purpose.
   SERVICE BUILDING.  A structure housing toilet, lavatory, and such other facilities as required by this chapter.
   ZONING CODE.  The comprehensive zoning ordinance of the city, read, passed, and adopted as Ordinance No. 1100, and all amendments thereto.
(Ord. 1760, passed 4-4-93; Am. Ord. 1839, passed 9-8-98; Am. Ord. 2017-2132, passed 6-5-17)
   Mobile homes and mobile home parks; definitions, see § 152.01
   Zoning code, see Ch. 155