Chapter 23
MANUFACTURED HOME PARKS
AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS1

Art. I.    Manufactured Home Parks, §§ 23-123-20

Art. II.    Recreational Vehicle Parks, §§ 23-2123-36

ARTICLE I. MANUFACTURED HOME PARKS

Sec. 23-1. Purpose.

The intent of this chapter is to provide standards for the development of manufactured home parks which are consistent with state of Idaho law and which provide quality developments suitable for manufactured housing placement. This chapter applies to manufactured home parks as defined herein and shall not apply to the placement of manufactured homes on individual lots in residential zones where such placement is regulated by Chapter 37 of this code. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-2. Definitions.

For the purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases shall have the ascribed meanings:

Manufactured home means a structure, constructed after June 15, 1976, in accordance with the HUD manufactured home construction and safety standards, and is transportable in one (1) or more sections, which, in the traveling mode, is eight (8) body feet or more in width or is forty (40) body feet or more in length, or when erected on site is three hundred twenty (320) or more square feet, and which is built on a permanent chassis and designed to be used as a dwelling with or without a permanent foundation when connected to the required utilities, and includes the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and electrical systems contained therein, except that such term shall include any structure which meets all the requirements of this paragraph except the size requirements and with respect to which the manufacturer voluntarily files a certification required by the secretary of housing and urban development and complies with the standards established under 42 U.S.C. Sections 5401 et seq. For the purposes of this section, the following classifications of manufactured homes shall apply:

Class A manufactured home: A manufactured home meeting the following standards:

(1) Constructed after June 15, 1976, and certified as meeting the manufactured home construction and safety standards of the Department of Housing and Urban Development;

(2) Shall be multisectional and enclose a space of not less than one thousand (1,000) square feet;

(3) Roof pitch shall be not less than a three-foot rise for each twelve (12) feet of horizontal run (3:12) and roof shall have minimum six-inch eave or eave and gutter;

(4) Has roofing materials which are generally acceptable for site-built housing. Any roofing material may be used provided it has the appearance of a nonmetallic shingle, shake or tile roof;

(5) Has siding material which has the appearance of wood, masonry or horizontal metal siding. Reflection from horizontal metal siding shall be no greater than that from siding coated with white gloss enamel;

Class B manufactured home: A manufactured home meeting the manufactured home construction and safety standards of the Department of Housing and Urban Development but not meeting all the criteria (2) through (5) for Class A manufactured homes. Also includes certified rehabilitated mobile homes as provided in Title 44, Chapter 25 of Idaho Code.

Class C manufactured home: A manufactured home which does not meet the manufactured home construction and safety standards of the Department of Housing and Urban Development but which is at least eight (8) feet wide and forty (40) feet in length.

Manufactured home park: A tract of land under unified ownership developed for the purpose of providing individual rental spaces for the placement of manufactured homes within its boundaries.

Accessory parking area: A common area set aside for the parking and storage of vehicles, recreational vehicles, boats, motorcycles and other similar items accessory to everyday life owned by residents of the park.

Recreation area: A parcel of ground having recreational equipment and open space to be used for leisure activities of park residents.

Recreational vehicle: A vehicular type unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping or travel use, which either has its own motive power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle. The basic entities are travel trailer, camping trailer, fifth-wheel camper and motor home. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-3. Powers, duties, responsibilities of the community development department.

It is hereby made the duty of the community development department to enforce all provisions of this chapter. For the purpose of securing such enforcement, authorized representatives of the department shall have the right and are hereby empowered to enter upon any manufactured home park property, existing or proposed, and inspect the same and all accommodations connected therewith at any reasonable time. The department is further empowered to issue orders granting, renewing and revoking such permits and licenses as are provided for in accordance with the provisions of this chapter. For the purposes of carrying out this provision, technical reports from duly authorized representatives of the city sanitation office, the fire department, the police department, the public works department and the community development department shall be obtained. Such reports shall contain findings of fact and reference to the Lewiston City Code when standards are not being met or violations have been found. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-4. License – Required; approval of community development department.

(a) No person shall operate or maintain upon any property owned or controlled by him a manufactured home park within the city without having first secured a city business license. Such city business license shall not be granted without the annual approval of the community development department.

(b) For the purposes of carrying out this provision, the department shall obtain technical reports from city departments as specified in section 23-3. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-5. Same – Application.

Application for the license required by the preceding section or for the renewal thereof shall be filed with the community development department on forms furnished by the department and shall include the name and address of the owner and/or an authorized operator and a legal description of the premises upon which the manufactured home park is or is proposed to be located. The application shall be accompanied by two (2) copies of a scaled site plan showing the following, either existing or as proposed:

(1) The extent and area used for park purposes;

(2) Roadways and driveways;

(3) Location of spaces for manufactured homes;

(4) Location and number of sanitary conveniences, including restrooms, laundries and utility rooms to be used by occupants of manufactured homes;

(5) Method and plan of sewage disposal;

(6) Method and plan of garbage removal;

(7) Plan for water supply;

(8) Plan for electrical lighting of lots and spaces;

(9) Provision of parking spaces and accessory vehicle area;

(10) Location and size of recreation area;

(11) Grading and drainage of the property;

(12) Location of fire hydrants within or adjacent to the park. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-6. Same – No rights to build or do plumbing or electrical work granted.

Licenses issued under the terms of this chapter shall convey no right to erect any building, to do any plumbing work or to do any electrical work. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-7. Same – Nontransferable; notice upon sale or transfer of manufactured home park; plot plan.

No manufactured home park license shall be transferable. Every person holding such a license shall give notice in writing to the community development department within five (5) working days after having sold, transferred, given away or otherwise disposed of interest in or control of any manufactured home park. Every license holder shall cause an up-to-date site plan as described in section 23-5 of each existing manufactured home park for which he holds a license to be kept on file at the community development department. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-8. Same – Revocation.

The community development director is hereby authorized (after giving thirty (30) days’ notice) to revoke any license pursuant to the terms of this chapter if, after due investigation, it is determined that the holder thereof has violated any of the provisions of this chapter or that any manufactured home park is being maintained in an unsanitary or unsafe manner or is a nuisance. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-9. Same – Hearing.

Any person aggrieved by an order of the community development director granting, denying, renewing or revoking a license for a manufactured home park may file a written request for an appeal before the planning and zoning commission within fifteen (15) days after issuance of such order. Notices of the appeal shall be sent to all adjacent property owners, giving the date and time the commission will hear the appeal. At such hearing, the planning and zoning commission shall determine whether the granting, denial, renewal, or revocation of the license was in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and shall issue a written finding of fact, conclusions of law and an order to carry out its findings and conclusions. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-10. Same – Appeal to council.

Any order either granting, denying, renewing or revoking any license under the provisions of this chapter following public hearing as provided in section 23-9 may be appealed to the city council in the same manner as appeals from any action or ruling by the planning and zoning commission. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-11. Inspection of premises.

Before a business license for a manufactured home park may be issued, the premises shall be inspected and approved by each of the city departments as provided in section 23-3 as complying with all the provisions of this chapter and all other applicable ordinances of the city. Such investigation shall be conducted annually and in such a manner as to provide minimum inconvenience to occupants of manufactured home parks. The owner or licensed operator of the manufactured home park shall be contacted in advance of inspection. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-12. Manufactured home park development application.

(a) Application submission. When any person desires to develop a manufactured home park, that person shall file an application for the same with the community development department on forms furnished by the department. A preapplication conference between the developer and city staff as provided in section 23-3 shall be held to discuss the site design, location, public service needs, and related areas of concern for the proposed development.

(b) Contents of application. Each application for development of a manufactured home park shall include at a minimum, the following:

(1) The name and address of the owner or an authorized agent and a legal description of the premises upon which the manufactured home park is proposed to be located;

(2) Four (4) copies of a scaled site plan showing the following:

a. The extent and area used for park purposes;

b. Roadways and driveways;

c. Location of spaces for manufactured homes;

d. Location and number of sanitary conveniences, including restrooms, laundries and utility rooms to be used by occupants of manufactured homes;

e. Method and plan of sewage disposal;

f. Method and plan of garbage removal;

g. Plan for water supply;

h. Plan for electrical lighting of lots and spaces;

i. Provision of parking spaces and accessory vehicle area;

j. Location and size of recreation area;

k. Grading and drainage of the property;

l. Location of fire hydrants within or adjacent to the park. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-13. Same – Review process.

The review of each manufactured home park shall be made in the following manner:

(1) Following the initial preapplication conference, additional preapplication conferences with the developer shall be scheduled as necessary to properly inform the developer of all the requirements for development and to obtain from the developer any and all information, site plans, descriptions, and data necessary for approval by the director of community development.

(2) For manufactured home parks requiring a conditional use permit, the community development director shall schedule the application for the first available public hearing after determining that all the necessary information has been made available to the department. The hearing procedures found in Chapter 37, Article IX shall be used for these applications. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-14. Development standards.

(a) Density.

(1) The minimum area for a manufactured home park is two (2) acres.

(2) R-1 Zone: The maximum density permitted outright is 5.8 units per acre. A density greater than 5.8 units per acre may be approved with a conditional use permit.

(3) R-2A and MXD-NL Zones: The maximum density permitted outright is 8.7 units per acre. A density greater than 8.7 units per acre may be approved with a conditional use permit.

(b) Unit types permitted. Manufactured home parks shall contain a minimum of seventy-five (75) percent Class A manufactured homes. Up to twenty-five (25) percent of a parks total units may be Class B manufactured homes. A conditional use permit must be obtained in order to increase the ratio of Class B manufactured homes. Class C manufactured homes shall not be permitted.

(c) Setbacks and unit spacing.

(1) A minimum front yard setback for a manufactured home park shall be twenty (20) feet from the property line.

(2) No unit within a manufactured home park shall be closer than ten (10) feet to the outer property line of that manufactured home park and shall comply with the setback requirements of that zone if more restrictive.

(3) Each individual unit shall be set back a minimum of ten (10) feet from the interior roadway.

(4) Each individual unit shall have yards on each side of a minimum five (5) feet.

(5) Each individual unit shall have a rear yard of ten (10) feet.

(6) No unit shall be closer than fifteen (15) feet to another unit.

(d) Accessory structures. Accessory structures on individual spaces shall be permitted in accordance with the following provisions:

(1) Accessory structures such as carports or decks which are attached to a manufactured home shall be no closer than ten (10) feet to another unit or accessory structure or outer property line.

(2) One (1) detached accessory structure for the purposes of storage and not to exceed two hundred (200) square feet is permitted. Said structure shall be located a minimum of five (5) feet from the associated manufactured home or outer property line and ten (10) feet from other units or accessory structures.

(3) Approval for the placement of accessory structures shall be obtained from the community development department.

(e) Parking within manufactured home parks shall conform to the following minimum standards:

(1) A minimum of two (2) spaces shall be provided adjacent to each manufactured home, plus one (1) additional space per bedroom when over two (2) up to a maximum of four (4) spaces. One (1) common guest space shall be provided for every three (3) units.

(2) A minimum of one (1) space per two (2) manufactured home lots shall be required for parking of recreational vehicles, boats, trailers and related items. The parking spaces for recreation vehicles shall be sized appropriately for recreational vehicles and screened from view both within and without of the manufactured home development by a site-obscuring fence. Recreational vehicles shall not be kept on individual lots in manufactured home parks.

(f) Fencing. Fencing is not required around the perimeter of the manufactured home park.

(g) Landscaped areas. A minimum of one-and-one-half-inch caliper shade tree and five (5) one-gallon shrubs shall be placed every thirty-five (35) feet on the perimeter of the manufactured home park. Additional landscaping may be required as specified by the community development director. All required landscaping shall be maintained by the developer on a continual basis.

(h) Recreation area. A recreation area shall be required in each manufactured home park. The recreation area shall be five (5) percent of the total park or a minimum of seven thousand two hundred (7,200) square feet, whichever is larger. The recreation area shall be clearly designated on the site plan, shall be accessible to all units, and shall not be reduced below the minimum size or developed into lease spaces.

(i) Streets, lighting and utility design. All streets, drives, lighting and utility plans shall be subject to the approval of the city’s director of public works, who shall approve them on the basis of their ability to serve the proposed development. In all manufactured home parks all utilities shall be installed underground.

(j) Public access.

(1) Parks must have frontage on at least one public street with a fifty-foot or wider right-of-way. Secondary access may be provided to public streets with narrower rights-of-way if approved by the public works department.

(2) Interior roadways shall be designed so as to provide access to each individual unit.

(3) Access and circulation shall meet standards set forth by the public works department. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-15. Installation standards.

Installation of manufactured homes shall be in conformance with the current adopted version of the Idaho Manufactured Home Installation Standards, published under the authority of the State of Idaho Division of Building Safety in coordination with the Idaho Manufactured Housing Association. All installations of new manufactured housing units in a park shall obtain a placement permit issued by the community development department. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-16. Skirting.

All manufactured homes within manufactured home parks in the city shall be provided with, at a minimum, a compatible prefinished metal skirting or a solid, opaque skirting compatible with the home’s siding which shall extend from the grade of the ground to the base of the manufactured home. The skirting shall be rodent-proof and shall be maintained in good repair at all times. The skirting shall extend around the entire perimeter without gaps or holes, other than required for ventilation, which shall be screened. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-17. Manufactured home parks existing prior to effective date; additions; filing of site plan.

(a) Manufactured home parks in existence or under development as of the effective date of the ordinance codified in this chapter shall be permitted to continue as an established land use regardless of zone but shall be exempt from the standards of section 23-14, except as stated in this section.

(b) Any addition of land area for the purposes of providing additional lease spaces to an existing manufactured home park shall meet the development standards required by this chapter.

(c) Additional lease spaces created within an existing park from undeveloped property or by the rearrangement of manufactured home units shall meet the development standards required by this chapter.

(d) Only manufactured homes meeting the requirements of section 23-14(b) shall be permitted as replacement units in parks developed after the effective date of the ordinance codified in this chapter. Replacement units in manufactured home parks developed prior to the effective date may be Class A or Class B units, except that the mix of Class A and B units existing as of the effective date may not move further from compliance with section 23-14(b).

(e) Placement of manufactured homes on developed, but previously unleased, spaces shall conform to the spacing requirements of Ordinance 3725, adopted April 2, 1984.

(f) Replacement of existing manufactured homes on previously leased spaces shall conform to the spacing requirements of Ordinance 3725, adopted April 2, 1984. Where the previous unit does not meet the spacing requirements of Ordinance 3725, adopted April 2, 1984, the spacing shall not deviate below the spacing provided to, by, or for the previous unit prior to the replacement.

(g) A placement permit obtained from the community development department is required.

(h) Private drive access presently provided to manufactured home units in existing parks shall not be altered so as to decrease the vehicular access area presently provided, unless approved by the public works department, in consultation with the fire department.

(i) The operator of any manufactured home park in existence as of the effective date hereof shall, within ninety (90) days from said effective date, file with the community development department an accurately drawn site plan of the park containing the information required by section 23-5 of this code. Such plan shall clearly show all spaces provided for manufactured homes and the dimensions of all manufactured home units located therein. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-18. Proximity of liquefied petroleum gas tanks.

Liquefied petroleum (LP) gas tanks shall not be located closer to any manufactured home unit than five (5) feet for tanks of less than one hundred twenty-five (125) gallons nor ten (10) feet for tanks of one hundred twenty five (125) gallons or more. Vehicular protection shall be provided as required by the fire department. Each manufactured home unit may have not more than two (2) factory-installed propane tanks of not more than ten-gallon capacity each notwithstanding the foregoing provision. All LP tank installations are required to meet the current adopted fire code and NFPA standards. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-19. Storage beneath a manufactured home prohibited.

The, storage of personal property beneath manufactured home units shall not be permitted. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-20. Structural modifications in compliance with manufacturer’s specifications.

Manufactured homes may be modified, structurally altered or have exterior additions added only in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. (Ord. No. 4398, § 2, 1-9-06)

ARTICLE II. RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS

Sec. 23-21. Purpose.

The intent of this chapter is to provide standards for the development of commercial recreational vehicle (RV) parks which are designed and located for a temporary length of stay and consisting of the appropriate amenities for the health, safety, and welfare of the park guests and surrounding property. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06)

Sec. 23-22. Definitions.

In addition to the definitions listed below, any other word, term, or phrase used herein that is defined in Chapter 37 of this code shall apply hereto.

Accessory parking area means a common area in a recreational vehicle park reserved for the parking of vehicles, boats, trailers, motorcycles, and other similar items commonly associated with and for use by recreational vehicle travelers during their stay in a recreational vehicle park.

Recreation area means a space within a recreational vehicle park having recreational equipment and open space to be used for leisure activities of recreational vehicle park guests.

Recreational vehicle (RV) means a vehicular type unit primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or travel use, which either has its own motive power or is mounted on or drawn by another vehicle, except any park trailer or park model recreational vehicle as defined in Idaho Code, Title 39, Chapter 42. The basic entities are travel trailer, camping trailer, fifth-wheel camper and motor home. For the purposes of this chapter, RVs shall be classified as either dependent, meaning a RV that does not contain toilet and/or bathing facilities, or independent, a RV that contains toilet and/or bathing facilities.

Recreational vehicle park means a tract of land upon which recreational vehicle sites are located, established, or maintained for occupancy as temporary living quarters.

Recreational vehicle site means a space within a recreational vehicle park designated for the parking of one (1) recreational vehicle and intended for temporary occupancy.

Sanitary dumping station means a facility used for removing and disposing of sewage from recreational vehicle sewage holding tanks. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06; Ord. No. 4698, § 1, 10-30-17)

Sec. 23-23. Business license and permits – Required.2

No person shall develop, operate, or maintain upon any property owned or controlled by him a recreational vehicle park within the city without having first secured the necessary city business license, pursuant to Chapter 21 of this code, and building, electrical, and plumbing permits, pursuant to Chapter 10 of this code. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06; Ord. No. 4698, § 3, 10-30-17)

Sec. 23-24. Site plan submittal and approval required.

A recreational vehicle park shall not be developed or otherwise created or established without the property owner first submitting to the community development department, and obtaining approval of, a site plan and other plans, as necessary, showing compliance with the applicable provisions of this code. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06; Ord. No. 4698, § 11, 10-30-17)

Sec. 23-25. Criteria for locating a recreational vehicle park.

(a) Recreational vehicle parks shall be permitted in zones as established in Chapter 37, Zoning, of this code.

(b) The minimum lot area for a recreational vehicle park shall be the minimum lot area that is required by the applicable zoning district.

(c) A recreational vehicle park shall be located on property fronting a street that is improved to city standards and that has a right-of-way width of at least fifty (50) feet. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06; Ord. No. 4698, § 12, 10-30-17)

Sec. 23-26. Development standards for a recreational vehicle park.

(a) Each recreational vehicle site shall include a paved or graveled pad for parking a recreational vehicle, an additional paved or graveled space for parking at least one (1) motor vehicle other than the recreational vehicle, an electric pedestal, a potable water spigot, and space for the use of the recreational vehicle occupants.

(b) Buildings that contain offices, laundry facilities, showers, and are otherwise designed for occupancy shall comply with the setback and height provisions of the applicable zoning district, pursuant to Chapter 37 of this code. Storage buildings shall comply with the setback and height standards as provided in the general provisions for accessory buildings, set forth in Chapter 37 of this code.

(c) Permanent structures, such as carports or decks, shall not be attached to a recreational vehicle while the recreational vehicle is in a recreational vehicle park.

(d) A recreational vehicle shall not be skirted so as to create an enclosed storage space beneath the recreational vehicle.

(e) Vehicle parking within recreational vehicle parks shall conform to the following minimum standards:

(1) In addition to a paved or graveled recreational vehicle parking pad, a minimum of one (1) parking space shall be provided as part of each recreational vehicle site. Such parking space shall be at least nine (9) feet wide and twenty (20) feet deep and may be either paved or graveled.

(2) One (1) common guest parking space shall be provided for every three (3) recreational vehicle sites. If such parking consists of more than four (4) parking spaces total, then it shall comply with the parking lot development requirements set forth in Chapter 37, Article VII of this code and with the dimensional standards established in the city of Lewiston public works department standard drawings for parking lots.

(f) Fencing and landscaping. Individual fencing of recreational vehicle sites shall be prohibited. A sight-obscuring fence or wall six (6) feet in height and a minimum five-foot-wide irrigated landscape space shall be required along the perimeter of a recreational vehicle park. Landscaping shall consist of a minimum of one (1) one-and-one-half-inch caliper shade tree, one (1) one-and-one-half-inch caliper ornamental tree, and five (5) one-gallon shrubs placed every thirty-five (35) feet along the perimeter of a recreational vehicle park. All required landscaping shall be maintained by the developer on a continual basis.

(g) Recreation area. A recreation area shall be required in each recreational vehicle park. A recreation area shall be a minimum of five (5) percent of the total recreational vehicle park area. A recreation area shall include amenities for the enjoyment of guests occupying the recreational vehicle park, including, but not limited to, grass, picnic tables, shade structures, and barbecues. A recreation area shall be clearly delineated on the site plan, shall be maintained by the recreational vehicle park owner, and shall not be reduced below the minimum size or developed into rental spaces.

(h) Restroom, shower, and laundry facilities shall be provided for the benefit of all guests occupying the recreational vehicle park. The location of these facilities shall not reduce the required amount of recreation area described above. Said facilities shall be required to connect to the city wastewater system, pursuant to section 36-106 of this code.

(i) A sanitary dumping station appropriately sized for the number of recreational vehicle sites shall be required. Locations of dumping stations shall be restricted to those locations approved by the city of Lewiston public works department, pursuant to section 36-153(b)(23) of this code. Individual hookups to recreational vehicle sites designed for independent recreational vehicles shall be permitted when connected to a centralized sewer system. All sewage disposal methods must meet federal, state, and local health regulations.

(j) City water service to a recreational vehicle park may require premises isolation, pursuant to section 36-56 of this code.

(k) Accessory uses within a recreational vehicle park only for the benefit of the guests occupying the recreational vehicle park, such as pools and clubhouses, shall be permitted subject to the building permit application review process.

(l) Driveway access to and from a street shall be subject to approval by the public works department. Driveways within a recreational vehicle park shall be designed, constructed, and maintained in accordance with the standards required by the fire department.

(m) Stormwater detention facilities shall be provided, subject to the requirements of the public works department. (Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06; Ord. No. 4698, § 13, 10-30-17)

Secs. 23-2723-36. Reserved.

Cross references – Buildings and building regulations, Ch. 10; manufactured housing standards, § 10-8 et seq.; electricity, Ch. 14; fire protection and prevention, Ch. 15; garbage, rubbish and weeds, Ch. 17; gas, Ch. 18; health and sanitation, Ch. 19; oil burning equipment, Ch. 25; parks and recreation, Ch. 26; plumbing, Ch. 27; signs, Ch. 30; streets and sidewalks, Ch. 31; traffic, Ch. 35; water and sewers, Ch. 36; zoning, Ch. 37.


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Editor’s note – Ord. No. 4698, §§ 2, 4 – 10, adopted October 30, 2017, repealed §§ 23-23, 23-25 – 23-31, pertaining to recreational vehicle parks, derived from Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06.


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Editor’s note – Ord. No. 4698, § 14, adopted October 30, 2017, repealed § 23-35, pertaining to storage beneath a recreational vehicle, derived from Ord. No. 4398, § 3, 1-9-06.

Former § 23-36, pertaining to parking of manufactured homes and recreational vehicles, was repealed by § 1 of Ord. No. 4473, adopted July 9, 2007; such former section originated from Ord. No. 4398, § 4, 1-9-06.