[CC 1985 §11-41; Comp. Ords. §15.01(4)]
It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any mobile home or travel trailer park within the City unless such person holds a valid permit issued annually by the City Clerk in the name of such person for the specific mobile home or travel trailer park.
[CC 1985 §11-42; Comp. Ords. §15.01(4)]
Original permit applications for all mobile home or travel trailer parks shall be submitted to the City Clerk in writing and accompanied by an affidavit certifying the truth of the application and shall contain the following information:
The name and address of the applicant or owner;
The location and legal description of the tract;
The names of the owners of all property adjoining the tract;
The rights-of-way of all proposed and existing streets, easements and wet and dry weather watercourses within the tract;
Sufficient contour data to indicate the slope and drainage of the tract and the elevations of the high and low points therein. Elevation and contour data from the U.S.G.S. topographic maps is acceptable;
A site plan showing the number and dimensions of all proposed lots and the location of the mobile home stand or pad within each lot. The scale of the site plan shall be one (1) inch to fifty (50) feet or one (1) inch to one hundred (100) feet;
The location and size of the nearest water main, sanitary sewer main, storm sewer line and all other pertinent utilities;
Preliminary plans for all proposed improvements;
An application fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00) plus five dollars ($5.00) for each mobile home or trailer.
[CC 1985 §11-43; Comp. Ords. §15.01(5)]
The City Clerk shall forward all original permit applications for mobile home or travel trailer parks to the Planning Commission. Within sixty (60) days after the submission of the application to the City Clerk, the Planning Commission shall approve, with or without conditions, the application, if they find the provisions of Sections 425.180 to 425.250 have been met; if not, they shall disapprove the application. The Commission shall forward a statement of their decision to the Board of Aldermen. If the Planning Commission does not act upon the application within the sixty (60) day period, the application shall be deemed approved. The Planning Commission may, with the consent of the applicant, extend the sixty (60) day review period. The grounds for disapproval of an application by the Planning Commission shall be made a matter of record.
Within thirty (30) days after the submission of the permit application to the Board of Aldermen, the Board shall approve the application, with or without conditions, if they find the provisions of Sections 425.180 to 425.250 have been met or if not, they shall disapprove the application. If the Board of Aldermen does not act upon the application within the thirty (30) day period, the application shall be deemed approved. The action of the Board shall be made a matter of record and approval of the application is authorization for issuance of the permit by the City Clerk.
[CC 1985 §11-44; Comp. Ords. §15.01(4)]
Every person holding a permit for a mobile home or travel trailer park shall give notice in writing to the City Clerk within forty-eight (48) hours after having sold, transferred, given away or otherwise disposed of the interest in or control of any mobile home or travel trailer park. The notice shall include the name and address of the person succeeding to the ownership or control of such mobile home park or travel trailer park. Upon application in writing for transfer of the permit and a fee of ten dollars ($10.00), the permit shall be transferred if the mobile home or travel trailer park is in compliance with all applicable provisions.
[CC 1985 §11-45; Comp. Ords. §15.01(4), (5)]
Application for renewal of a permit shall be made in writing by the holder of the permit, shall contain any changes in the information submitted since the original permit was issued or the latest renewal granted and shall be accompanied by a fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00), plus for each trailer or mobile home over five (5) trailers or mobile homes, five dollars ($5.00).
Applications to renew existing permits can be granted by the City Clerk provided the applicant has complied with all applicable provisions of this Chapter.
[CC 1985 §11-61; Comp. Ords. §15.01(12)]
Prior to the installation of any improvements in a mobile home or travel trailer park, the developer thereof shall obtain a construction permit from the City Clerk. The permit shall authorize the construction of only those improvements contained within the site plan. The charge for such permit shall be equivalent within the site plan. The charge for such permit shall be equivalent to one percent (1%) of the estimated cost of all improvements required by this Chapter. Such payment shall be used to defray the cost of inspection of the improvements during the construction period.
[CC 1985 §11-62; Comp. Ords. §15.01(12)]
In lieu of the one percent (1%) inspection fee required by Section 425.160, the Board of Aldermen may accept a certificate from a registered professional engineer certifying that the engineer has inspected all of the improvements while being installed and that the materials and specifications contained therein are in compliance with the requirements of this Chapter.
In addition to all fees provided for herein, the developer shall pay for and arrange for inspections as may be required by ordinances and regulations of other agencies having jurisdiction over the park.