§ 157.367  PROVISION OF SERVICES IN TRAVEL TRAILER PARKS.
   (A)   Service buildings.  All service buildings shall comply with building code and regulations and the statutes and regulations of the state concerning buildings, electrical installations, plumbing and sanitation systems.
   (B)   Water supply.
      (1)   An adequate supply of water shall be provided in accordance with the State Sanitary Code and the County Health Department.
      (2)   A minimum of one portable water supply outlet shall be provided for every two travel trailer sites.
      (3)   Each recreational area and bathhouse restroom facility shall have at least one approved drinking fountain in close proximity.
   (C)   Sewage disposal.
      (1)   All sewage disposal facilities shall be provided in accordance with the State Sanitary Code and the County Health Department.
      (2)   (a)   At least one sanitary dumping station shall be provided in every travel trailer park. The station shall be readily accessible and well-lighted. The following schedule shall be used in determining additional dumping stations based on the number of sites that are not connected individually to sewer lines; and
         (b)   For every 50 sites or fractional part beyond the first 50 sites, one sanitary dumping station shall be provided.
      (3)   At least one central bathhouse-restroom facility shall be located within 300 feet of all camping units that are either not supplied with sewer connections or not capable of utilizing the connections (e.g., tents, camper trailers).
      (4)   Any dispersed bathhouse-restroom facility provided to meet the distance requirement of 300 feet shall have at least two of each of the following fixtures for men and women: toilets, urinals, lavatories and showers.
      (5)   Recreational areas shall be located within 300 feet of a bathhouse-restroom facility. The following schedule indicates the minimum number of bath and toilet facilities required based upon the total number of spaces within the travel trailer park:
Number of Spaces
Toilets
Urinals/Lavatories
Showers
Laundry Sink
Number of Spaces
Toilets
Urinals/Lavatories
Showers
Laundry Sink
M
W
M
M
W
M
W
1—15
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
16—30
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
31—45
2
2
1
3
3
1
1
2
46—60
2
3
2
3
3
2
2
2
61—80
3
4
2
4
4
2
2
2
81—100
3
4
2
4
4
3
3
2
 
      (6)   For travel trailer parks having more than 100 travel trailer spaces, there shall be provided:
         (a)   One additional toilet and lavatory for each sex per additional 30 travel trailer spaces;
         (b)   One additional shower for each sex per each additional 40 travel trailer spaces; and
         (c)   One additional men’s urinal per each additional 100 travel trailer spaces.
   (D)   Lighting.
      (1)   All entrances, exits, streets and service buildings shall be well-lighted during the hours of darkness.
      (2)   Street lighting may be overhead or low level but must be shaded and reflected into the street and should be of low intensity.
      (3)   All recreational facilities to be utilized during the hours of darkness shall be adequately lighted to ensure the safety of all users of the facilities.
   (E)   Electricity.  Each travel trailer site shall be equipped with at least a 110/115 volt, 20 amp three-wire grounded weatherproof receptacle mounted on a three-foot-high post. Separate PVC type A conduit for each circuit shall be run underground to each site from a central circuit breaker panel. The conduit shall be buried at least 18 inches deep. The individual breakers in the panel shall be 20 amp. The conductors and ground shall be type TW and sized so the load imposed on each conductor is 20 amps. or less. Maximum run shall be 100 feet for #10 wire, 200 feet for #8 wire and 300 feet for #6 wire. Rigid metal conduit shall be used where any service wire comes out of the ground to the receptacle. EMT is not permitted.
   (F)   Service and utility lines. All service and utility lines in a travel trailer park shall be installed underground and at a minimum depth of 18 inches.
   (G)   Refuse handling.
      (1)   Each travel trailer site shall be provided with at least one flytight, watertight, rodentproof container of a capacity not less than four gallons and not more than 30 gallons. However, this is not required when sites are within 200 feet of a large covered trash receptacle (e.g., Dempster Dumpster).
      (2)   All refuse shall be collected at least twice weekly; and where public or private collection service is not available, the owner or operator of the travel trailer park shall dispose of the refuse by transporting it to a disposal site approved by the County Health Department.
   (H)   Insect and rodent control.  Grounds, buildings and structures shall be maintained free of insect and rodent harborage and infestation. Extermination methods and other measures to control insects and rodents shall conform with the requirements and regulations of the County Health Department and the State Sanitary Code. Adequate drainage systems will be provided and maintained in a manner as to prevent the breeding of mosquitoes and other obnoxious insects in the park.
   (I)   Fire protection.  The travel trailer park shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the Fire Department. Fires shall be made only in stoves, fireplaces and other equipment as permitted by the Fire Department.
   (J)   Fuel supply and storage.  All installations and tanks furnishing and/or storing any type of gaseous fuels to be used by the occupants of the travel trailer park shall comply with the Fire Prevention Code of the American Insurance Association as adopted.
   (K)   Storage.  Outdoor storage of travel trailers is permitted provided that the storage takes place within an area especially set aside for the use.
   (L)   Signs.
      (1)   Those signs necessary for directional or safety purposes are permitted.
      (2)   Two identification signs are permitted within the buffer area and shall be set back not less than 15 feet from the public road right-of-way and shall not exceed 60 square feet in size.
      (3)   The lighting of all signs shall be shaded and directed away from roads and adjoining property.
   (M)   Animal control.  It shall be the responsibility of the park manager to ensure that no owner or person in charge of an animal shall permit that animal to run at large or commit any nuisance within the limits of any travel trailer park.
(2000 Code, § 66-518)  (Ord. 75-01, passed 7-14-1975)  Penalty, see § 157.999