[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Grafton as Title 14, Ch. 14.24, of the 1979 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Every trailer or trailer camp shall be located on a well-drained area, and the premises shall be properly graded so as to prevent the accumulation of stormwater or other waters. No trailer or trailer camp shall be located in any area that is situated so that drainage from any barnyard, outdoor toilet or other source of filth can be deposited in its location.
Trailer spaces shall be clearly defined and shall consist of a minimum of 1,000 square feet and a width of not less than 20 feet. The camp shall be so arranged that all spaces shall face or abut on a driveway of not less than 20 feet in width, giving easy access from all units to a public street. Such driveway shall be graveled or paved and maintained in good condition, have natural drainage, be well lighted at night, and shall not be obstructed.
The camp shall be so laid out that no dependent unit shall be located farther than 200 feet from the toilets and service buildings provided for in this chapter, and walkways to such buildings shall be graveled or paved and well-lighted at night.
Every trailer space shall be furnished with an electric service outlet. Such outlet shall be equipped with an externally operated switch or fuse of not less than 30 amperes' capacity and a heavy-duty outlet receptacle. Electrical outlets shall be weatherproof, and no power lines shall be less than 15 feet above the ground.
No trailer unit shall be parked in a camp outside of a designated space.