Sec. 25-21-50. Mobile homes (manufactured homes), trailers, home and RV/travel trailer parks.

(a) Storage. One mobile home, camper, motor home, or trailer may be stored off the street and on a property, as long as it is parked on an impervious surface (See Municipal Code Section 14A-1-3(b)(11)(B)), and provided that no living quarters shall be maintained or any business conducted in connection therewith while such vehicle is so parked or stored, except as otherwise provided in this section.
(b) Mobile Home Parks. The following minimum requirements shall be observed:
(1) Site size: five acres minimum.
(2) Density: cannot exceed the maximum density permitted in the zone.
(3) All mobile home parks shall conform to the provisions of the Mobile Home Parks Act, Title 25, California Administrative Code.
(4) A conditional use permit shall have been obtained from the planning commission.
(c) RV/Travel Trailer Parks.
(1) A recreational vehicle/travel trailer park shall accommodate recreational vehicles only.
(2) Toilets and lavatories for the exclusive use of the occupants shall be provided on the basis of one toilet for each sex, for each fifteen spaces or fraction thereof.
(3) A recreational vehicle shall not be located closer than three feet from a property line or lot line.
(4) Each space in a travel trailer park shall have direct access to a roadway.
(5) All travel trailer parks shall conform to the provisions of the Mobile home Parks Act, Title 25, California Administrative Code.
(6) A conditional use permit shall have been obtained from the planning commission.
(d) Mobile Homes (Manufactured Homes) in Residential Zones.
(1) Eligibility. A mobile home shall be eligible if it:
(A) Is to be occupied only for residential purposes.
(B) Conforms to all of the residential use development standards for single-family structures applicable to the zone.
(C) Is certified under the National Manufactured Housing Constructed and Safety Standards Act of 1974, and has been constructed after June 15, 1976.
(D) Is attached to a permanent foundation system approved by the Woodland Building Inspection Division.
(2) Compatibility. A mobile home shall be compatible if:
(A) It is a double-wide or larger multi-sectional unit. (Minimum width of twenty feet).
(B) It is covered with an exterior material commonly found on new conventionally-built residential structures in the surrounding area.
(C) The exterior covering material extends to the ground. If a solid concrete or masonry perimeter foundation is used, the exterior covering material need not extend below the top of the foundation.
(D) The roofing material is composition shingles or other materials commonly found on conventionally-built residential structures in the surrounding area.
(E) The roof has a pitch of not less than two inches of vertical rise for each twelve inches of horizontal run or what is commonly found on conventionally-built residential structures in the surrounding area.
(F) The roof has eaves and gable overhangs of not less than one foot measured from the vertical side of the mobile home or what is commonly found on commonly found on conventionally built residential structures in the surrounding area.
(G) It has an enclosed garage or a carport if either is commonly found with new conventionally-built structures in the surrounding area. Otherwise a minimum of two paved off-street parking spaces located behind the building setback line is required.
(H) The finish floor is a maximum of twenty-four inches above the exterior finish grade of the lot measured at the foundation. (Amended during the March 2009 supplement.)