Town of Wilson, NY
Niagara County
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No mobile home park shall be located or maintained in any district of the Town of Wilson, except in the UR80A Districts as defined and established by the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Wilson, as it may from time to time be amended.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 127, Zoning.
A. 
The park shall be located on a well-drained site which is properly graded to ensure rapid drainage and is free at all times from stagnant pools of water.
B. 
The park shall be free from heavy or dense growth of brush.
C. 
The park shall consist of at least 15 units.
Every lot shall meet the following minimum requirements:
A. 
Each mobile home lot shall have a total area of not less than 5,000 square feet where there are sewers and 10,000 square feet where there are no sewers, with a minimum dimension of 50 feet. There shall also be a land coverage of only 25% by buildings on a lot.
B. 
Only one mobile home shall be permitted to occupy any one lot.
C. 
The front yard setback depth from mobile home development interior street shall be 50 feet.
D. 
The front yard setback depth from mobile home development rights-of-way shall be five feet.
E. 
The front yard setback from a mobile home lot line shall be 15 feet.
F. 
The side yard setback from a mobile home lot line shall be 10 feet.
G. 
The rear yard setback depth from a mobile home lot line shall be 10 feet.
A. 
Service buildings may be provided as deemed necessary for the normal operation of the park. Such buildings shall be maintained by the owner or manager of the park in a clean, sightly and sanitary condition.
B. 
One accessory building, factory-built, not to exceed 100 square feet in dimension, may be placed on each mobile home lot.
C. 
Both service and accessory buildings must be of a material that would be approved by the Town of Wilson Building Code[1] or by the Building Inspector. Buildings may be of a preconstructed material.
[1]
Editor's Note: See Ch. 51, Building Construction and Ch. 71, Fire Prevention and Building Construction Administration.
A. 
Each mobile home lot shall have a mobile home stand which will provide for the practical placement on and removal from the lot of both a mobile home and its appurtenant structures and the retention of the home on the lot in a stable condition.
B. 
The stand shall be of sufficient size to fit the dimensions of the anticipated mobile homes and their appurtenant structures or appendages.
C. 
The stand shall be constructed of an appropriate nonporous material which is durable and adequate for the support of the maximum anticipated loads.
D. 
The stand shall be suitably graded to permit rapid surface drainage.
Each mobile home owner shall be required to enclose the bottom portion of the mobile home with either a metal or wood skirt or other material, properly ventilated, within 60 days after arrival in park.
Each mobile home lot shall be provided with one concrete slab for carport or patio use, the size of such slab to be not less than 10 feet by 20 feet. Such slab shall not be required until after the mobile home is in place.
A. 
The equivalent of two parking spaces must be provided for each mobile home lot. These spaces must be off the interior streets. At least one of these spaces must be on the mobile home lot, while the other may be in one or more central parking lots.
B. 
Each parking space must have a minimum of 250 square feet.
C. 
If central parking areas are provided, they should be adequately lighted.
Sidewalks will not be required, but if constructed must meet the approval of the Highway Superintendent.
A. 
Screen planting shall be provided to screen objectionable views. Views which shall be screened include but shall not be limited to laundry facilities, other nonresidential uses, garbage storage and collection areas and all abutting yards of adjacent properties.
B. 
Other planting shall be provided along those areas within the park which front upon existing public highways and streets to reduce glare and provide pleasant outlooks for the living units.
Suitable fire apparatus and/or communication with the local Fire Department shall be provided.
Public-address systems are prohibited. Intracommunication systems, if used, shall not be audible beyond park boundaries.