(A)   Maintenance of site requirements. All site requirements set forth in § 7.2C of the zoning code shall be maintained at all time in good working order and condition.
   (B)   Fire safety standards.
      (1)   Storage and handling of liquified petroleum gases. In recreational vehicles parks in which liquified petroleum gases are stored and dispensed, their handling and storage shall comply with requirements of International Fire Code, 2003 Edition adopted by § 92.50.
      (2)   Storage and handling of flammable liquids. In recreational vehicle parks in which gasoline, fuel, oil, or other flammable liquids are stored and/or dispensed, their handling and storage shall comply with the provisions of International Fire Code, 2003 Edition adopted by § 92.50.
      (3)   Firefighting. Approaches to all recreational vehicle spaces shall be kept clear at all times for access by firefighting equipment. The recreational vehicle park shall provide an adequate water supply for Fire Department operations which shall be connected to the city's public water supply system. This shall include standard city fire hydrants located within 500 feet of all recreational vehicle spaces measured along the driveways and internal streets of the recreational vehicle park. These fire hydrants shall be made available for periodic inspection by the Fire Department and Water Department of the city. The adequacy of the water supply for firefighting shall be determined by state standards.
      (4)   Barbecue pits, fireplaces, and stoves. All fireplaces, wood burning stoves and other forms of outdoor cooking shall be so located, constructed, maintained and used as to minimize fire hazards and smoke nuisance both in the area where used and in neighboring area of the recreational vehicle park. No open fire shall be permitted in the park.
   (C)   Solid waste disposal. The licensee or agent of a recreational vehicle park shall be responsible for the collection and lawful disposal of all solid waste generated in the park as follows:
      (1)   The licensee or agent of the park shall be responsible for maintaining the entire area of the park free from weeds, dry brush, leaves, high grass, and the accumulation of debris and to prevent the growth of noxious weeds detrimental to health in accordance with the applicable provision of this code of ordinances. All extermination methods and other methods to control insects and pests must conform to the requirements of the Health Director of the city.
      (2)   All refuse and garbage handling must be in accordance with the applicable city ordinance. One centralized container may be utilized but it must be of sufficient size to handle all trash and garbage generated within the park without having to be emptied more than twice per week.
   (D)   Restriction to recreational vehicles. With the exception of the service buildings, recreational buildings, and other community service buildings including but not being limited to management residence and/or office, repair shops, storage facilities, sanitary and laundry facilities, and indoor recreation areas constructed and maintained pursuant to the provisions of § 7.2C of the zoning code, only recreational vehicles shall be located in any recreational vehicle park.
   (E)   Illumination of parks. The illumination of all common access routes, driveways, internal streets, off-street parking areas, and service buildings within a recreational vehicle park shall meet the reasonable requirements of the Building Official to insure adequate visibility within such areas at night by park residents and guests and public safety personnel who might be called to the park at night.
   (F)   Provisions for handicapped. All buildings, walkways, and other structures in the park shall meet the standards for accessibility by the handicapped established by the applicable city, state, and federal regulations.
(Ord. 1760, passed 4-4-93)  Penalty, see § 10.99
   Solid waste, see Ch. 50
   International Fire Code adopted, see § 92.50
   Zoning code, see Ch. 155