§ 810.01.220  Definitions, T.
   (a)   TAG.  A paper or cloth label issued in compliance with the California Desert Native Plants Act (Food and Agricultural Code §§ 80001 et seq.) by the Agricultural Commissioner that can be attached to a native plant or a commercial load by means of a string and a Seal. A TAG specifies a serial number, type of plant, fee required, location of origin, date of removal, witnessing authority, applicant, destination, and proposed use (e.g., commercial processing, commercial landscaping, etc.).
   (c)   TEMPORARY IRRIGATION. Irrigation solely for the purposes of establishing plant material, or irrigation that will not continue after plant material establishment. TEMPORARY/SUPPLEMENTAL IRRIGATION is intended for a period of six months or less.
   (f)   TENTATIVE MAP. A map made for the purpose of showing the design and improvements of the proposed subdivision, to include the street pattern, lot layout, easements that are to remain, and existing and proposed subdivision. The TENTATIVE MAP need not be based upon an accurate or detailed final survey of the property. See also VESTING TENTATIVE MAP.
   (g)   TEN YEAR STORM.  A storm of an intensity that would be exceeded on the average only once every ten years. The intensity for the storm shall be determined according to San Bernardino County Hydrology Manual. The duration of the storm used in runoff calculation shall be equivalent to the concentration time for the area that drains through the project.
   (j)   THEATER.  An indoor facility for public assembly and group entertainment, other than sporting events. Examples include:
civic theaters, and facilities for “live” theater and concerts
movie theaters
similar public assembly facilities
   (k)   THERMAL SYSTEM, ACTIVE.  A system that utilizes solar devices thermally isolated from the living space to provide for collection, storage, and distribution of solar energy for heating or cooling.
   (l)   THERMAL SYSTEM, PASSIVE.  A system that utilizes the structural elements of the building, and is not augmented by mechanical components, to provide for collection, storage, and distribution of solar energy for heating or cooling.
   (m)   THERMAL SYSTEM, SEMIPASSIVE.  A system that utilizes the structure of a building and is augmented by mechanical components to provide for collection, storage, and distribution of solar energy for heating or cooling.
   (n)   THROUGH LOT.  See LOT.
   (o)   TRAILER CAMP OR PARK.  (See Land Use Tables.)  A site where space for house trailers is rented for compensation on a daily basis, or where free occupancy or camping is permitted to house trailer owners or users, but not including automobile or trailer sales lots on which unoccupied house trailers are parked for inspection and sales.
   (q)   TRAILER COACH.  A mobile home, trailer, recreation trailer, travel trailer, camp car or other vehicle with or without motive power, designed and constructed to travel on the public thoroughfare in compliance with the provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code and designed or used for human habitation.
   (r)   TRAILER, TRAVEL.  A vehicle, other than a motor vehicle, that is designed or used for human habitation and for travel or recreational purposes, that does not exceed eight feet in width and 40 feet in length, and that may be moved upon a public highway without a special permit and/or chauffeur’s license without violating any provisions of the California Vehicle Code.
   (t)   TRANSITIONAL HOUSING. Rental housing operating under program requirements that call for the termination of assistance and recirculation of the assisted unit to another eligible program recipient at some predetermined future point in time, which shall be no less than six months. TRANSITIONAL HOUSING that is provided in single-, two- or multi-family dwelling units, group residential, parolee-probationer home, residential care facilities, or boarding house uses shall be permitted, conditionally permitted or prohibited in the same manner as the other single-, two-, or multi-family dwelling units, group residential, parolee-probationer home, residential care facilities, or boarding house uses under this Code.
   (v)   TRANSPORTABLE TREATMENT UNIT (TTU).   Hazardous waste or groundwater contamination treatment works that are designed to be moved either intact or in modules and that are intended to be operated at a given location for a limited period of time.
   (w)   TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES.   (See Land Use Tables.)  Roads or bridges, and the appurtenant improvements necessary for the safe and efficient movement of vehicular traffic including but not limited to the following: signalization and other traffic controls; sidewalks; bikeways when they are within the ultimate right-of-way of a road or bridge. It also includes airports, bus terminals, bus stops, and train stations.
   (x)   TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES PLAN, LOCAL AREA.   A transportation plan adopted by the Board of Supervisors for a particular transportation facilities area. A plan shall include a map of the area showing its boundaries, the location of the proposed Transportation Facilities, and an accompanying text that contains a description of all proposed Transportation Facilities that will be needed to serve new development within the boundaries of the Plan and the cost of constructing each proposed transportation facility within the boundaries of the plan. Costs may include, but are not limited to, engineering studies, acquisition of rights-of-way, construction of bridges, tunnels, roadways, traffic signals and any other appurtenant Transportation Facilities. The plan shall also include a schedule of fees, a detailed description of the methods that will be utilized to finance the proposed Transportation Facilities, including any fee calculations needed, and a construction priority listing of the proposed Transportation Facilities.
   (y)   TRANSPORTATION RIGHT-OF-WAY.   The acquired right that an agency possesses to pass across and improve the lands of another for access purposes.
   (bb)   TREE.   Any woody perennial plant, normally having a single, elongated main stem or trunk bearing the foliage or crown, a formed crown, and generally with few or no branches on its lower part. For tree removal purposes, it shall mean a tree attaining somewhere in its natural or planted range a height of at least six feet and a diameter of not less than two inches, measured at average ground level.
   (cc)   TREE, DAMAGED.   Any tree certified by a tree expert, as defined in this Code, that is damaged by insects, smog, fire, disease or other natural or man-made causes (including, but not limited to, any artificial attachments such as wires or signs).
   (dd)   TREE EXPERT.   A California Registered Professional Forester, a County Agricultural Commissioner Biologist, an arborist certified by the Western Chapter of the International Society of Arborists or a person certified by the County Agricultural Commissioner for practice in one or more regions of the County.
   (ee)   TREE, NATIVE.   Trees that grow or live naturally in San Bernardino County, including smog resistant trees introduced as part of a reforestation program. This shall not be construed to mean orchards, commercial nursery stock or planted landscaping. Trees planted and/or growing outside their normal habitat, except where the trees have been transplanted in compliance with Chapter 88.01 (Plant Protection and Management) shall not be considered to be native trees.
   (ff)   TREE REMOVAL.   Any intentional act that will cause a tree to die, including, but not limited to acts that inflict damage upon root systems, bark, or other parts of the tree by fire, application of toxic substances, operation of equipment or machinery, changing the natural grade of land by excavation or filling the drip line area around the trunk, or to cut down, fell, push over, dig up, poison, burn, or severely prune, trim or top, so that death of the tree results, or such that the tree is severely damaged and/or is destroyed in any manner, by any cause.
   (gg)   TREE, SPECIMEN.   Any tree with a root ball greater than a 20-gallon container.
   (hh)   TRUCK STOP.   (See Land Use Tables.)  A facility that provides convenience services primarily for the trucking community. These services include but are not limited to food, beverage, gasoline and retail services.
   (ii)   TRUCK TERMINAL.   (See Land Use Tables.)  A lot, lot area or parcel of land used, designed or maintained for the purpose of storing, parking, refueling, repairing, dispatching, servicing or keeping motor trucks and associated equipment, together with those facilities necessary to service, dispatch, store or maintain aforementioned vehicles, and their cargos and crews.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4136, passed - -2011; Am. Ord. 4230, passed - -2014)