SEC. 16-95.  VEHICULAR ACCESS AND CIRCULATION; LOADING AREAS; DRIVEWAYS.
   (A)   Main entrance - The main vehicular entrance to a mobile home park shall consist of 2 ten-foot travel lanes for ingress and an additional 2 ten-foot travel lanes for egress, separated by a landscaped median a minimum ten feet in width to a depth of the intersection with the first cross street that connects with the general park circulation network.
   (B)   Secondary entrance -
      (1)   A secondary entrance for access by mobile homes and emergency vehicles is required and shall consist of one 18-foot travel lane for ingress and one 18-foot travel lane for egress with no parking allowed to the first cross street.  This entrance may be permitted only on an abutting thoroughfare or collector street, and shall provide solid gating the same height as the adjoining wall.
      (2)   No fencing, landscaping or other material impediment to visibility more than 2½ feet above curb level shall be created or maintained at the intersection of any street in a mobile home park, and any street providing access to a mobile home park within right triangles constructed as follows:  the apex of the right angle being the intersection of the edge of the private drive and the public right-of-way, one leg extending into the mobile home park 25 feet, the second leg extending 50 feet along the public right-of-way toward the oncoming traffic, the end of these legs being connected by the peripheral wall.  Where there is pedestrian or bicycle access from within the mobile home park to a street at its edges by paths or across yards or other open space without a barrier to access to the street, no material impediment to visibility more than 2½ feet above curb level shall be created or maintained except as appropriate to the circumstances of the particular case.
   (C)   Vehicular circulation -
      (1)   All other streets shall be 36 feet in width, curb to curb, if guest parking is allowed on one side of the street; or shall be 28 feet in width, curb to curb, if no parking is allowed on the street.
      (2)   Cul-de-sacs with a minimum 50-foot turning radius shall be provided where necessary for access or public safety.
   (D)   Internal park roadways - Internal park roadways and areas used for access or parking shall be designed, constructed and paved in accordance with city standards.
   (E)   Loading areas - Loading areas shall be provided where necessary for convenient access to delivery vehicles, which shall not obstruct the main traveled way.
   (F)   Driveways - A driveway designed to serve the mobile home lots shall be a minimum of 15 feet in width.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-57.12)  (Ord. No. 1477, 1498)