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Manufactured homes shall comply with the following minimum standards:
(a) Exterior Siding. Exterior siding shall be made of nonreflective and nonmetallic materials unless approved by the City Engineer. Acceptable siding materials include: vinyl, wood, stucco, brick, stone or other masonry materials, or any combination of these materials or any material that the City Engineer deems to meet the intent of this Zoning Code.
(b) Color/Texture. Color and texture of exterior materials shall be compatible with the adjacent single-family structures.
(c) Roof Structure. Except for authorized deck areas, all roof structures shall be sloped and provide an eave projection of no less than six inches and no greater than thirty inches.
(d) Roofing Material. All roofing material shall consist of one of the following categories: wood, shingle, wood shake, synthetic composite shingle, concrete tile or any other material that the City Engineer deems to meet the intent of this Zoning Code. Metallic roofing surfaces shall not be permitted on a residential structure or on any garage or carport unless approved by the City Engineer.
(e) Minimum Floor Area. The minimum floor area for every dwelling located on a lot in an R Zoning District, which is not a part of a mobile home subdivision, shall be 800 square feet, excluding the area of the garage or carport.
(f) Minimum Width. The minimum width of a dwelling located on a lot outside of a mobile home subdivision shall be twenty feet.
(g) Foundations. All manufactured homes shall be placed on a permanent foundation that meets applicable Building Code requirements of the City, such that the floor elevation of the proposed dwelling is reasonably compatible with the floor elevations of surrounding dwelling units.
(1980 Code 151.41)