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0054 Trailer Coaches/Courts Standards 1960�f �t 414o AN ORDINANCE DEFINING AND REGULATING INDIVIDUAL TRAILER COACHES, AND TRAILER COURTS; ESTABLISHING MINIMUM STANDARDS GOVERNING UTILITIES., FACILITIES, AND OTHER PHYSICAL THINGS AND CONDITIONS, TO MAKE TRAILER COURTS SAFE, SANITARY, AND FIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION; FIXING THE DUTY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF OWNERS OF TRAILER COACHES, AND OWNERS AND OPERATORS OF TRAILER COURTS; AUTHORIZING THE INSPECTION OF INDIVIDUAL TRAILER COACHES, AND TRAILER "COURTS; FIXING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS. BE IT ORDAINED, by the Trustees of the Village of Chubbuck, Bannock County, Idaho: Section 1 - DEFINITIONS. (a) "Trailer Coach" means any portable structure or vehicle so constructed and designed as to permit occupancy thereof for dwelling or sleeping purposes. (b) "Trailer Court" means any plot of ground upon which more than one Trailer Coach, occupied for dwelling or sleeping purposes, is located, regardless, of whether or not a charge is made for such accomodation. Section 2 -- Parking of Individual Trailer Coaches outside of Trailer Courts.. (a) PARKING ON PUBLIC WAYS LIMITED: It shall be unlawful for any person to park any trailer coach on any public thorough- fare, provided however, that an emergency or temporary stopping or parking is permitted on any public thoroughfare for not longer than one (1) hour, subject to regulations or limitations imposed by traffic and parking regulations of this village. (b) It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or cor- poration to park a trailer coach within the corporate limits of the Village of Chubbuck, outside of a licensed trailer court, XcDEVITT & McDEVITT with intent to make use of the same for the purpose of human ATTOBREre AT LAW i48BT BBCUX= HARK BLDG. POCATELLO, IDAHO habitation.. or to permit the same to be used for human habitat- ion, without first obtaining a permit therefor, as hereinafter provided. Such prohibition shall apply irrespective of whether the parking site shall be on private or public premises. (c) PARKING PERMIT FEE: The Clerk is authorized to issue permits for the parking, using or occupying of a trailer coach within the village outside of a licensed trailer park, except public thoroughfares, for a period of fifteen (15) days, provided that sanitary facilities are readily available at all hours, and provided further, that the consent of the owner, legal agent or lessee of the premises. is filed with the Clerk at the time application for a permit is made. The Clerk shall collect a fee of one dollar ($1.00) for issuing said permit. No more than one (1) permit shall be issued for the same location of trailer coach during any six (6) month period. Section 3 � TRAILER COURT LICENSE REQUIRED: The Clerk, after approval.of the Board of Trusteesp is authorized to issue a license to any person for the operation of a trailer court, upon application duly made therefor, upon payment of the license fee hereinafter set forth, and upon complying with the provisions of this, and other ordinances of the village. Provided, however., that no such license shall be issued until the plan and operation of said trailer court is approved as to sanitary, health, and fire conditions, and the regulations therefor by this State and Village. Provided further, that trailer courts now, on the effective date of this ordinance, being operated under general business license of this village, are deemed approved. Section 4 - REQUIREMENTS OF TRAILER COURTS: A trailer court shall conform to the following requirements: McDEVITT & XoDLIVITT ATTORNEYS AT MAW FIRST SXCVMTX BANK BLDG. FOCATEL1.0, ZDANO (a) A trailer court shall be located on a well- drained site, suitable for the purpose, shall have an entrance and exit well marked and easily controlled and supervised, shall have surfaced roads not less than eighteen feet (181) wide, well" drained, plainly marked in the daytime, adequately lighted at night, and easily accessible to all trailer coaches and walk- ways to the various buildings shall be surfaced and adequately lighted. (b) The trailer court shall p rovide spaces for each p trailer coach, with an area not less, than eight hundred and sev- enty five square feet (875 sq. ft.), with a minimum width of twenty -five feet (251 ) and a minimum depth of thirty -five feet (351). Each trailer coach shall be located at least ten feet (101) from any building and at least three feet (31) from the property line.. (c) Adequate space shall be provided to afford space for clothes drying adjoining laundry facilities. (d) A sufficient supply of pure, healthful drinking water, approved by the Idaho Department of Health and not less: than one water outlet for each trailer house shall be provided. No common drinking vessel shall be provided. Waste from this supply shall be emptied into a drain connected to an approved disposal system. An abundant supply of hot water shall be provided at all times for bathing, washing and laundry facilities. There shall be no drinking water in toilet compartments. (e) The court shall provide flush toilets in conveniently located building. The buildings shall be well lighted, at all times, ventilated, and constructed of moisture -proof material permitting satisfactory cleaning. The floors shall be concrete or similar material, slightly pitched to a floor drain. McDEVITT & MODEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST SBOIIRITY BANE BLDG. POOATELLO, IDARO P-3 MCDEVITT & MCDEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST SECURITY BANG: BLDG. POCATELLO. IDAHO (f) Separate toilet rooms must be provided for males and females. Toilet rooms shall contain one lavatory with hot and cold running water for each three (3) toilets, provided there shall be at least one (1) lavatory in every toilet room. (g) Separate bathing facilities for each sex shall be I provided in conveniently located buildings. A shower room, at least three feet (3t) square, equipped with shower, with a ldressi.ng compartment shall be provided. No boards shall be fused in shower rooms. (h) Laundry facilities shall be provided in the ratio of lone double tray. (i) All waste from showers, toilets, laundries, faucets and lavatories shall be emptied into a sewer system extended from and connected with adequate septic tanks. (j) All sanitary facilities in any trailer, whether located in a trailer court or not, which are not connected with Ia septic tank system by means of moisture-tight connections shall be sealed and their use is hereby declared unlawful„ (k) Each faucet site shall be equipped with facilities for drainage of waste and excess water into the sewer. In no case shall any waste water be thrown or discharged upon the surface of the ground or disposed of by means other than as herein provided. (1) Every trailer court shall be provided with one or more substantial fly tight metal garbage depositories. Each trailer court shall provide supervision and equipment sufficient to prevent littering the grounds with rubbish and debris, (m) Utility buildings shall be screened and the floors of toilets, showers and laundries shall be of concrete, tile or similar material, impervious to water and easy cleaned and -4- - pitched to a floor drain. (n) All plumbing, electrical and other works shall be in conformity with the provisions of the current national Plumbin g and Electrical Codes at the time of installation. .(o) Dogs, cats or other animals shall not be allowed to run at large within the trailer court area or be permitted to create an unsanitary condition. (p) Liquefied petroleum gas for cooking purposes shall not be used at individual trailer coach spaces unless.; the containers are properly connected by copper or other suitable metallic tubing. Liquefied petroleum gas cylinders shall be securely fastened in place. No cylinder containing liquefied petroleum gas shall be located in a trailer coach, nor within five feet (5t) of a door thereof. N (q) The Court area shall be subject to the rules = and regulations of the Fire and Police Departments. (r) No permanent additions of any kind shall be built onto nor become a part of any trailer coach. Skirting of coaches is permissible, but such skirting shall not be per- manently attached to the coach to the ground, provide a harborage for rodents, or create a fire hazard. The wheels of the coach shall not be removed, except for necessary temporary repairs. Jacks or stabilizers may be placed under the frame of the coach to prevent movement on the springs G while the coach is parked and occupied. � (s) Every trailer court owner or operator shall maintain d a register containing a record of all trailer coaches and occupants using the trailer court. Such register shall be available to any authorized person inspecting the court, and McDEVITT & McDEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST SECURITY RANG BLDG. 0" 5,„ POCATELLO, IDAHO i shall be preserved for a period of five (5) years. Such register shall contain: 1. The names and address of all trailer coach occupants stopping in the court. 2. The make, model and license number of each motor vehicle and trailer coach. 3. The State, territory or county issuing the trailer license, and 4. The dates of arrival and departure of each trailer coach. Every owner, operator, attendant or other person operating a trailer court shall notify the local Health Officer immediately of any suspected communicable or contagious disease within a trailer court. In the case of diseases diagnosed by a physician.. as quarantinable, such owner or operator or other persons operating a trailer court shall not permit the departure of a trailer coach or its occupants or the removal therefrom of clothing or other articles which have been exposed to infection without approval of the Health Officer. Section 5 *- FORM OF APPLICATION: Application for a license' to operate a trailer court shall be made to the Clerk. Said application shall be accompanied by a court plan, setting forth the extent and area to be used for court purposes, driveways at entrances and exits, roadways and walkways, location of spaces for trailer coaches, location and number of proposed sanitary conveniences, including proposed toilets, washrooms, laundries, laundry drying space and utility rooms, method and plan of sewage disposal, plan of water supply, plan of electric lighting. Such application and court plan shall be kept by the village clerk herein. No additional plan need be submitted McDEVITT & MoDEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST SECURITY BANK BLDG. - POCATELLO. IDAHO -6- McDEVITT & McDEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW FIRST 88CII8ITY BARB BLDG. POCATELLO. IDA8O for annual renewal of said license, unless; additions, changes, or alterations are made to said trailer court. Section 6 - LICENSE FEE: The fee for each trailer court shall be five ($5.00) dollars per year. All licenses expire May lst. License fee herein provided is in lieu of all other fees, licenses or charges for operating a trailer court, Uctio -- At the time of filing application for the estab4p'sis ent�of trailer court, applicant shall file with the clerk the written consent of 75% of the property owners within a radius of three hundred (3001) feet of any part of such pro- posed trailer court. Section 8 -; REMOVAL OF TRAILER COACH WHEELS PROHIBITED: Any action toward removal of wheels or tires, except for tem- porary purposes of repair, or other action to permanently fix a trailer coach to the ground, in a manner that would prevent the ready removal of said trailer from public or private premises is declared unlawful. Section 9 - NOTICE TO OBTAIN PERMIT: The Chief of Police is hereby authorized and directed to ascertain all instances in which camp cars, trailers:, trailer houses, trailer homes or any structures converted from trailer coaches, or any vehicles used as such are now occupying premises as herein set forth in the village and to give them notice that a permit will be re- quired and such owner or occupant is granted ten (10) days after such notice to obtain such a permit, and occupancy. Without a permit in any of the cases herein set out is declared to be a nuisance and a menance to the health and well being of the people of the village, and is declared to be unlawful. Notice may be given by the Chief of Police orally in person ­7-, 4 i 4 and if no one is f ound on the prem i ses, a notice may be sen t by mail to the occupant if his identity is known, and if not, a notice may be served by delivering it and fastening it in some way to the door or close to the door of the structure involved and so used. Section 10 -• That all ordinances or resolutions in con- flict herewith be, and the same hereby are expressly repealed, to the extent of such conflict. Section 11 - PENALTIES: Any person who violates any provision of this ordinance, or any provision of any regulation R adopted pursuant to this ordinance, which upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not less than twenty five ($25.00) dollars, nor more than one hundred (0100.00) dollars, or by imprisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days; or by both such fine and imp» prisonment, and each day of such violation shall be a separate offense. Section 12 That this ordinance shall take effect upon and after its passage, approval, and publication, an emergency existing therefor. Cj ��j PASSED AND APPROVED, this day of (1 Q, 196o. a ryl S. D vis, C rman of the Board of Trustees ATTEST: Geneva Dq Valenty, Vi age Clerk (Seal) McDEVITT & McDEVITT ATTORNEYS AT LAW PiRST SECIIRITY BANH BLDG. t POCATELLO. IDAHO Y "8 P"