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A. Landscaping And Screening: The park boundaries shall be reasonably screened whether by barriers of ornamental fences, walls, trees, shrubs, or open spaces, to assure reasonable integration with adjoining land usages and to assure the health, safety, and quiet enjoyment of the area.
B. Storage Area: Storage area is not required.
C. Common Open Space: A common open space shall be provided in a ratio of one hundred (100) square feet per trailer space.
D. Occupant Improvements: The space occupant shall not be permitted to erect or install or place any structure or facility upon the space.
E. Waste Disposal Facilities: Waste disposal facilities for recreational vehicles shall be provided in an isolated screened service area in a manner and method acceptable to the District Health Officer, Water/Wastewater Superintendent and Building Official.
F. Spaces: All spaces shall abut upon a roadway not less than twenty four feet (24') in width which shall have unobstructed access to a public street or highway. Dead-end roadways shall provide adequate vehicle turning space or cul-de-sac with not less than a forty feet (40') radius exclusive of parking.
G. Utilities: All utilities shall be underground.
H. Minimum Requirements: Minimum requirements for each recreational vehicle space:
1. Each space shall be not less than twenty five feet wide and fifty feet long (25' x 50').
2. All spaces shall be provided with one frostproof exterior culinary water supply.
I. Central Facilities: Central facilities required for recreational vehicle parks:
1. A sufficient supply of pure, healthful drinking water, approved by the Idaho Department of Health and not less than one water outlet for each recreational vehicle shall be provided. An abundant supply of hot water shall be provided at all times for bathing, washing and laundry facilities. There shall be no drinking water in toilet compartments.
2. The park shall provide flush toilets in conveniently located buildings. The buildings shall be well-lighted at all times, ventilated with screened openings and constructed of moisture-proof material permitting satisfactory cleaning. The floors shall be concrete or similar material, slightly pitched to a floor drain.
Toilets shall be enclosed in a separate compartment with fly doors, and have a minimum width which meets code requirements. Toilets shall be provided for each sex in the ratio of one toilet for every eight (8) females and one toilet for every twelve (12) males. Toilet seats shall be disinfected daily. Every male toilet room shall have one urinal for each sixteen (16) males, but in no case shall a male toilet room be without one urinal. Toilet rooms shall contain one lavatory with hot and cold running water for each three (3) toilets, provided there shall be at least one lavatory in every toilet room. Each lavatory shall at all times be provided with paper towels or electric dryers and dispensable soap.
3. Separate bathing facilities for each sex shall be provided in conveniently located buildings. A shower room at least three feet by three feet (3' x 3'), equipped with shower, with a dressing compartment of at least twelve (12) square feet shall be provided for each fifteen (15) spaces. No duck boards shall be used in shower rooms and the floors thereof shall be disinfected daily.
4. All waste from showers, toilets, faucets and lavatories shall be emptied into a sewage system extended from and connected with the City sewer or approved septic tanks. All sanitary facilities in any recreational vehicle which are not connected with the City sewer or septic tank system by means of air-tight connection shall be sealed and their use is unlawful. Each faucet site shall be equipped with facilities for drainage of excess water into a sump or sanitary sewer. In no case shall any wastewater be thrown or discharged on the surface of the ground or disposed of by means other than as provided in this Chapter. Supervision and equipment sufficient to prevent littering the grounds with rubbish and debris shall be provided.
5. Utility buildings shall be screened and the floor of toilets, showers and laundries shall be of concrete, tile or similar material, impervious to water and easily cleaned and pitched to a floor drain.
6. The recreational park capacity shall be computed on a basis of two (2) persons to each recreational space. The sex ratio shall be considered as one to one. (Ord. 610, 8-12-1986)