No person shall park a mobile home on any public or private property, except as follows:
No person shall construct or operate a mobile home park without first obtaining a permit and site plan approval.
The Board may accept the plans, accept the plans with recommended changes or reject the plans.
The following regulations shall apply to all mobile homes in mobile home parks:
Mobile home parks shall be at least five acres in area and shall provide for individual mobile home lots, access driveways and parking.
Each mobile home lot shall:
Be at least 8,000 square feet in area and at least 70 feet wide by 100 feet in depth.
Front onto an access driveway or street.
Be provided with a concrete paved area at least 100 square feet in area.
Have an attachment for water supply. The water supply source must be approved by the City Engineer and County Health Department.
Have an attachment for sewage disposal. The method of sewage disposal must be in compliance with the City Engineer and County Health Department.
Have an attachment for electrical power supply.
All access driveways within a mobile home park must be at least 30 feet in width and be built to City standards.
No mobile home lot or service building shall be closer to a public street right-of-way line than 50 feet nor closer to a property line than 30 feet.
A strip of land at least 25 feet in width shall be maintained as a landscaped area abutting all mobile home park property lines.
Visual screening of all parked mobile homes shall be provided on the lot along streets and adjoining lot lines. Such visual screening shall be at least six feet in height and shall consist of landscaping, walls or other screening devices.
No additions shall be made to a mobile home except a canopy and/or porch open on three sides, an addition made by the mobile home manufacturer or an addition built in conformance with the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code.
[Amended 10-28-1996 by L.L. No. 4-1996]