[Ord. #172, S1; Ord. #93-10, S1]
As used in this chapter:
TRAILER COACH – shall mean any vehicle without motive power designated for human habitation and for carrying persons and property on its own structure and for being drawn by a motor vehicle, regardless of whether the wheels or chassis have been removed therefrom and regardless of whether it has been rendered stationary.
MOTOR HOME – shall mean any vehicle with more than four wheels having motive power designated for human habitation and for carrying persons and property on its own structure and regardless of whether it has been rendered stationary.
TO INHABIT – shall mean to camp, lodge, live, reside, sleep, stay, occupy or abide in, at or on a tent, hut, trailer coach, motor home, or the ground.
[Ord. #172, S 2 and 3; Ord. #93-10, S1]
It shall be unlawful for any person to inhabit any trailer coach standing or parked in or upon any lot or area of land within the City of Firebaugh, or upon any street, alleyway, or place therein and it shall be unlawful for any person to inhabit any tent, hut, or motor home, or to camp on the ground within any such areas in the City of Firebaugh except in a legally constituted and licensed trailer park or camp, provided that when the city may permit it for specified occasions, camping in city parks may be allowed.
The use, habitation, or occupancy of a trailer coach at or in any of the places herein enumerated for a single day or night shall constitute a violation of this chapter, both on the part of the person so using or occupying such trailer coach and on the part of the owner of any private property within the city who knowingly allows the parking or placing of such trailer coach upon his property, and each of these persons shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punishable as hereinafter provided.
[Ord. #172, S4; Ord. #93-10, S1]
All trailer coaches and motor homes placed, parked, or maintained or allowed or suffered to be placed, parked, or maintained within the city in violation of the provisions of this chapter are hereby declared to constitute a public nuisance and a menace to public health. Such nuisance may be abated or enjoined in an action brought for the purpose, or may be summarily abated in the manner provided by law for the summary abatement of public nuisances dangerous to health.
[Ord. #172, S5; Ord. #93-10, S1]
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and each day that conditions or acts in violation hereof shall continue and shall be deemed to constitute a separate and distinct offense, punishable upon conviction by a fine as set forth in section 1-5 of Chapter 1 of this code.