The mobile home park shall be well-drained and, preferably, not adjacent to breeding places for insects or rodents.
The ground surface in all parts of every mobile home park shall be graded and provision made to drain all surface water in a safe, efficient manner.
Each mobile home lot shall be clearly identified by number.
Each mobile home lot shall be adequate to accommodate the mobile home occupying the same.
The number of occupied mobile homes permitted in a mobile home park shall not exceed the number of mobile lots.
Nothing contained in this regulation shall be construed as prohibiting the maintenance of a retail mobile home sales agency in a mobile home park, when otherwise authorized by law, or the sale of a mobile home, whether occupied or unoccupied, which is located on a mobile home lot and connected to pertinent utilities.
Roads, where provided, shall be designed so as to permit convenient and safe movement of traffic and have an unobstructed road to a public street or highway.
All roads shall be provided with a smooth, hard, dense and dust-free surface which shall be durable and well-drained under normal use and weather conditions. Road surfaces shall be maintained free of holes.
Public walks, where provided, shall afford a safe, stable footing. Stepping stones may be used from main walks to mobile homes. All walks shall be maintained in good repair and in safe condition.
Public areas of a mobile home park shall be lighted so as to permit safe movement of vehicles and pedestrians at night. The following minimum levels of illumination shall be provided.
For all new mobile home parks or for modifications, alterations or extensions to existing mobile home parks, the mobile home stand shall be designed in accordance with the requirements of § 60-92 of the Land Development Ordinance of the Township of Pittsgrove, as amended. For all existing mobile home parks, the mobile home stand shall be maintained to provide an adequate base for the placement of the mobile home, thereby minimizing heating and shifting.
Skirting, porches, awnings, storage sheds or other additions shall be installed only after all required permits have been obtained from the proper Township official and only if permitted and approved by the park management.
Where additions are installed, they shall be of durable materials, shall be in harmony with the surroundings and shall be maintained in good repair. Additions shall be constructed and installed so as to facilitate underneath inspection of the mobile homes and in such manner as does not constitute a harborage for rodents.
Entrance steps or ramps shall be of a type approved by both the park management and the Construction Code Official.
Gasoline and similar flammable liquids shall not be stored underneath a mobile home. Other types of storage underneath a mobile home shall be permitted only if approved by the park management. If approved, the following conditions shall be satisfied.
Individual lots shall have a minimum of two parking spaces each at least nine by 18 feet in size measured from the street line. Such spaces shall be so located as to provide convenient and safe access to mobile homes.