Mobile Home, Manufactured Home and RV Parks

Purpose and Restrictions

All Mobile Home, Manufactured Home, and Recreational Vehicle Parks must comply with the following standards

Development Standards:

  • Max density: Specified by the zoning district in which the park is located
  • Parking: 1 space per dwelling unit. or lot space.
  • Minimum individual space width: none
  • Setbacks: The minimum setback for all units and other structures from the space boundary shall be seven and one-half feet. The minimum setback from all streets and from the perimeter of the Park shall be 10-feet.
  • Distance between structures: a minimum distance between principal structures shall be 15-feet. Nothing herein shall prevent permanent attachment of principal structures.
  • Maximum height: Principal structure: 30-feet above grade, accessory structure: 20-feet above grade, wall or fence: eight-feet above grade.
  • Site coverage: 55-percent for each residential space and for the entire Park, exclusive of rights-of-way and recreational areas. The maximum site coverage for recreational areas shall be 75-percent..
  • Screening: A six-foot high solid wall, fence or existing vegetative equivalent, or any combination thereof, shall be provided along all Park boundaries.
  • Interior streets: two-way interior drives must be at least 24-feet in width. One-way drives must be at least 12-feet in width. Sidewalks or pedestrian paths shall be placed on at least one side of all internal drives or streets for Parks within a Category B Growth Area and on both sides for Parks situated within a Category A Growth Area.
  • Exterior street access: No space within a Park shall have direct vehicular access to a street bordering the Park.
  • Skirting shall be required for each mobile/manufactured home in a Park.
  • A landscape plan must be provided for parks with growth categories A and B.
  • Recreation: Not less than 10-percent of the gross area of any Park shall be devoted to common recreational areas and facilities, such as playgrounds, swimming pools, community buildings, or common open space.
  • Accessory structures and uses: Accessory structures and uses intended primarily to serve the needs of persons within the Park, such as laundry facilities, are permitted, but may not five-percent of the gross area of the Park. In addition, all outdoor Park maintenance areas shall be enclosed by a six-foot high solid screen 

How to Apply

The property owner or authorized agent must fill out and submit a Mobile Home, Manufactured Home or RV Park application along with a site plan demonstrating compliance with all development standards listed on this page. 

Mobile Home, Manufactured Home or RV Park Application (PDF)