Chapter 21.71
MOBILE HOME PARK ZONE

Sections:

21.71.050    Purpose.

21.71.100    Permitted uses.

21.71.150    Conditional uses.

21.71.170    Accessory uses.

21.71.180    Uses prohibited in the mobile home park zone.

21.71.200    Development standards.

21.71.300    Project design review.

21.71.050 Purpose.

The intent and function of the mobile home park zone is to provide and preserve high density, affordable residential development consisting of mobile homes in existing mobile home parks as a source of affordable detached single-family and senior housing. (Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)

21.71.100 Permitted uses.

The following uses are permitted in this zone:

A. Adult family homes.

B. Boarding house.

C. Clubhouse and fraternal, social, recreation and other not-for-profit associations, and similar.

D. Dwelling, mobile home or manufactured home (one per lot).

E. Dwelling, one-family (one per lot).

F. Hospitals.

G. Mobile home park (see Chapter 21.70 LMC).

H. Wireless communications facilities, attached. (Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)

21.71.150 Conditional uses.

The following uses are permitted in this zone, subject to approval of a conditional use permit (ref. Chapter 21.24 LMC):

A. Bed and breakfast.

B. Child day-care facility.

C. Convalescent and nursing homes, housing for the elderly and physically disabled, and group housing for any other legal purpose, but not including hospitals or mental hospitals (see LMC 21.43.110).

D. Public utility facilities necessary for the transmission, distribution or collection of electric, telephone, wireless communication, telegraph, cable TV, natural gas, water, and sewer utility services, excluding sewer treatment plants, offices, repair shops, warehouses, and storage yards (see LMC 21.43.110).

E. Social, medical, counseling or other forms of treatment in a clinical setting or on an outpatient basis including commercial enterprises and charitable institutions. Shelters providing services to the homeless or other transients are included in this land use category; correctional facilities and community facilities for juveniles under RCW 72.05.020 are not included in this category.

F. Wireless communications facility, except as permitted as an attached facility in LMC 21.71.100. (Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)

21.71.170 Accessory uses.

The following uses are permitted as accessory uses to a one-family dwelling, a mobile home, a manufactured home or a mobile home park:

A. Garage.

B. Carport.

C. Home occupations (see LMC 21.42.300).

D. Storage structure.

E. Recreational clubhouse and/or facilities for use exclusively by residents of a development and their guests. (Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)

21.71.180 Uses prohibited in the mobile home park zone.

A. Retail sales, production and processing of marijuana and/or marijuana-infused products.

B. Medical marijuana collective gardens.

C. Supervised drug consumption facilities. (Ord. 3305 § 14, 2018; Ord. 3136 § 15, 2015)

21.71.200 Development standards.

Development and maintenance of mobile home parks in this zone shall be subject to all provisions of Chapter 21.70 LMC, except where the development and business services director determines (under LMC 21.04.300) that a particular provision is clearly not applicable in a particular situation.

Development and maintenance of any structure not associated with or part of a mobile home park shall be subject to the development standards and other regulations in the community business (B-1) zone (ref. Chapter 21.46 LMC), except where such regulations conflict with the regulations of this chapter. (Ord. 3399 § 2 (Exh. A), 2021; Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)

21.71.300 Project design review.

A. Design Guidelines for Multiple-Family Uses. Construction of any multiple-family structure or building including duplexes (two-family dwellings) permitted outright or by conditional use permit (except a mobile or manufactured home park) shall comply with Lynnwood Citywide Design Guidelines for All Districts and Multifamily Districts, as adopted by reference in LMC 21.25.145(B)(3), and receive approval pursuant to Chapter 21.25 LMC, unless otherwise specified in this chapter.

B. Design Guidelines for Nonresidential Uses. Construction of any nonresidential structure or building with a gross floor area of more than 1,000 square feet permitted outright or by conditional use permit shall comply with Lynnwood Citywide Design Guidelines for All Districts and Multifamily Districts, as adopted by reference in LMC 21.25.145(B)(3), and receive approval pursuant to Chapter 21.25 LMC, unless otherwise specified in this chapter.

C. Design Guidelines for Parking Lots and Parking Structures. Construction of any parking lot and/or parking structure with 20 or more stalls or paved parking area of 5,400 square feet or more permitted outright or by conditional use permit shall comply with Lynnwood Citywide Design Guidelines for All Districts and Commercial Districts, as adopted by reference in LMC 21.25.145(B)(3), and receive approval pursuant to Chapter 21.25 LMC, unless otherwise specified in this chapter.

D. Supersede. Applicable Lynnwood Citywide Design Guidelines, as adopted by reference in LMC 21.25.145(B)(3), shall supersede any development standards and requirements of this chapter that may conflict, unless otherwise specified in this chapter.

E. Gateways and Prominent Intersections. See city of Lynnwood zoning map to identify development project sites within a gateway or prominent intersection location. Such sites shall be subject to applicable gateway and/or prominent intersection design guidelines identified in the All Districts section of the Lynnwood Citywide Design Guidelines, as adopted by reference in LMC 21.25.145(B)(3). If any portion of a project site lies within a gateway or prominent intersection location, then the entire project shall comply with the applicable design guidelines. (Ord. 2871 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010)