§ 113.06  PARK REQUIREMENTS.
   Each trailer coach park licensed or to be constructed under the provisions of this chapter shall provide for the following in the manner hereinafter specified.
   (A)   Supervision.  Every trailer coach park shall be in charge of a responsible attendant or caretaker at all times, whose duty it shall be to maintain the park, its facilities and equipment in a clean, orderly and sanitary condition, and be answerable, with the licensee, for any violation of the provisions of this chapter.
   (B)   Location and space.
      (1)   No trailer coach park shall be so located that the drainage of the park area will endanger any water supply. All the parks shall be well drained and shall be located in areas free from ponds, swamps and similar places in which mosquitoes may breed. No wastewater from trailer coaches shall be deposited on the surface of the ground.
      (2)   Each trailer coach shall be allotted a site of not less than 1,000 square feet.  No trailer coach shall be parked closer than five feet to the side lot lines of a trailer coach park, if the abutting property is improved property, or closer than ten feet to a public street, alley or building. Each individual trailer site shall abut or face on a driveway or clear, unoccupied space of not less than 20 feet in width, which space shall have unobstructed access to a public highway or alley.  There shall be an open space of at least ten feet between the sides of every trailer coach and at least five feet between the ends of every trailer coach; except that the Department may, upon application of a trailer coach park operator, waive such requirements if the waiver does not affect the sanitation requirements herein mentioned or create or permit to continue any hazard to the health and welfare of the community and the occupants of the park.
   (C)   Water supply. An adequate supply of water of safe, sanitary quality, approved by the Department, shall be furnished to each trailer park. Where water from other sources than that supplied by the village is proposed to be used, the source of the supply shall first be approved by the Department. At least one cold water supply outlet shall be provided within 300 feet of every dependent trailer site. Each independent trailer site shall be provided with a cold water tap at least four inches above the ground.
   (D)   Disposal of sewage and other water-carried wastes.
      (1)   All sewage and other water-carried wastes shall be disposed of into a municipal sewerage system whenever available.  In trailer coach parks in which such connections are not available, disposal shall be into a private system which includes a sanitary means of disposal, the operation of which creates neither a nuisance nor a menace to health.
      (2)   When a water carriage system of sewage is used, each trailer coach site shall be provided with a sewer connection for the combined liquid waste outlet or outlets of each trailer coach, and trapped below the frost line. It shall be the duty of the owner or operator of the trailer coach park to provide an approved type of water- and odor-tight connection from the trailer water drainage to the sewer connection, and it shall be the duty of the owner or operator to make the connection and keep all occupied trailer coaches connected to the sewer while located in a trailer coach park. Sewer connections in unoccupied trailer coach sites shall be so closed that they will emit no odors or cause a breeding place for flies. No water or wastes shall be allowed to fall on the ground from a trailer coach.
   (E)   Garbage and rubbish storage and disposal.
      (1)   A sufficient number of adequate flyproof and watertight containers shall be supplied for the storage of garbage except where an adequate incinerator is provided.
      (2)   Garbage containers shall be emptied at least weekly and shall not be filled to overflowing or allowed to become foul smelling, or a breeding place for flies.
      (3)   Garbage and rubbish shall be disposed of in a manner which creates neither a nuisance nor a menace to health and which is approved by the Department.
      (4)   Adequate insect and rodent control measures shall be employed. All buildings shall be fly- and rodent-proof, and rodent harborages shall not be permitted to exist in the park.
   (F)   Central cooking and eating facilities. When community kitchens and dining rooms are provided, the facilities and equipment as are supplied must be maintained in a sanitary condition and kept in good repair.
   (G)   Electrical outlets. Electrical outlets for each individual trailer site shall be provided, and the installation shall be in compliance with all state and local electrical codes and ordinances.  No connected electrical extension cord shall lie on the ground or be suspended less than seven feet from the ground above sidewalks or pathways.
   (H)   Fire protection.  Fire extinguishers of a type approved by the State Fire Marshal for use at trailer coach parks shall be placed at locations within 200 feet of each individual trailer site.  Each fire extinguisher shall be periodically examined and kept at all times in a condition for use.
   (I)   Temporary structures.  Temporary porches, canvas-roofed canopies and skirts shall be permitted for trailer coaches, and auxiliary rooms may also be authorized by regulation of the Department if constructed of fire-resistant materials of such specifications as shall be required by the regulations.
   (J)   Compliance.  All buildings constructed or altered, all plumbing and all electrical and heating installations shall be in accordance with existing municipal and county building ordinances and rules of the Department.
(1983 Code, § 3-7-6)