(A)   The general subdivision, built from mobile home groupings, shall fit topography, requirements for circulation and requirements for provision of community facilities and utilities. Areas for churches, schools, major parks and community facilities shall be located appropriately with respect to the population to be served. As appropriate, residential areas shall merge into or be insulated from areas devoted to other purposes. They shall be insulated from heavy traffic, concentration of parking, noise, lights, commercial and industrial activities. They shall merge with parks or suitable areas.
   (B)   The street pattern shall serve, not shape the lots in the subdivision. Lands devoted to streets shall be held to a minimum compatible with performance of street related functions. Minor streets shall feed at well spaced intervals and well-designed intersections into collector streets and arteries for fast moving traffic.
   (C)   General site planning shall adapt to individual site conditions, the type of market to be served, reflect advances in site planning techniques, and be adapted to the trends and designs of the mobile home trailer court. A site plan which conforms to and preserves terrain, existing trees, shrubs and rock formation is highly preferred.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 10, subs. .740, passed 2-15-1999)