Chapter 15.14


15.14.010    Permit required.

15.14.020    Contents of permit application.

15.14.030    Permit fee.

15.14.040    Obstructing streets.

15.14.050    Penalties for violations.

15.14.010 Permit required.

It is unlawful for any person to transport a mobile home to or from a mobile home park in the city over the public streets or alleys of the city without first filing a written permit application and without first securing a permit from the police department to do so in the manner provided in this chapter. (Ord. 848 § 1 (part), 2003)

15.14.020 Contents of permit application.

A. Applications for permits to transport a mobile home shall be filed with the police department a minimum of three business days prior to the anticipated mobile home transportation and at a minimum shall contain the following information:

1. The route on which the mobile home is proposed to be transported and its destination;

2. The loaded height of the mobile home;

3. The proposed transportation date and hours;

4. Proof of insurance evidencing coverage in an amount sufficient to reimburse the city for any damage to city streets or other public improvements or public or private property which might occur as a result of the mobile home transportation process. (Ord. 848 § 1 (part), 2003)

15.14.030 Permit fee.

A fee of fifty dollars shall be paid to the police department prior to the issuance of the mobile home transportation permit. (Ord. 848 § 1 (part), 2003)

15.14.040 Obstructing streets.

No person owning or having charge of the transportation of any mobile home over and upon the public streets of the city shall permit said mobile home to stand on any street for a period longer than twelve hours. (Ord. 848 § 1 (part), 2003)

15.14.050 Penalties for violations.

A. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this chapter or who violates any of the terms and conditions of any permit issued pursuant to this chapter is guilty of an infraction and is further deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during which any such person is in violation.

B. In addition to enforcing penalties for any such violation, the city may institute civil or administrative action to enjoin any violation of any provision of this chapter or secure any other appropriate legal or equitable relief or monetary penalties.

C. In addition to all other penalties imposed by this code, the transportation of any mobile home in violation of this chapter shall constitute a public nuisance and the same may be abated by appropriate legal or administrative action. (Ord. 848 § 1 (part), 2003)