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Recreational vehicle parks for both long-term and short-term use shall meet the following additional standards:

A. Minimum Size: Each recreational vehicle park shall have one (1) common owner, and a minimum size of five (5) acres.

B. Access Roads: A hard-surfaced (concrete or asphalt) roadway of at least twenty-five feet (25') in width and constructed to city specifications must serve each recreational vehicle in the park (twelve feet (12') wide for one-way streets).

C. Access: Access to all RV parks shall be from a dedicated and approved public street at an approved point or points. No RV space shall have direct access from a public street.

D. Off-Street Parking: Hard-surfaced parking spaces shall be provided for each recreational vehicle located in the RV park and at least one (1) additional automobile for each RV space or lot.

E. Recreation Space: For each RV park having ten (10) or more units, at least four thousand (4,000) square feet of common, usable recreation area is required, along with an additional one hundred (100) square feet for each unit in excess of ten (10).

F. Density: The maximum density for a recreational vehicle park shall not exceed sixteen (16) units per gross acre.

G. Spaces: Each recreational vehicle space shall have a minimum width of twenty feet (20'). All recreational vehicles shall be able to park in designated spaces, and no portion of a driveway or roadway may be used for recreational vehicle parking.

H. Permitted: Only recreational vehicles, travel trailers, motor homes, park models and park trailers may be located in an RV park.

I. Minimum Yard Clearances for Recreational Vehicle Park Subdivision:

1. Front or side yard on a public street: twenty-five feet (25');

2. Side yard bordering adjacent property: ten feet (10');

3. Rear yard bordering adjacent property: ten feet (10');

4. All RVs shall maintain at least a ten-foot (10') spacing between units;

5. A six-foot-four-inch (6'4") high solid fence shall be erected along all side and rear property lines when a recreational vehicle park is located adjacent to any use, except another recreational vehicle park.

J. Utilities Required: Each recreational vehicle parking space shall have connections available for water, sewer and electricity. All utility connections shall be located underground. All recreational vehicle parks shall be connected to a public sewer system for all sewer connections or dump stations.

K. Service Building: All recreational vehicle parks shall contain a service building containing all sanitary facilities required by the Utah State Department of Health Code of Recreational Vehicle, Camp or Trailer Court Sanitation Regulations, and shall provide a dump station for dependent recreational vehicles.

L. Outdoor Living Space: Each recreational vehicle parking space shall be provided with a minimum of three hundred (300) square feet of “outdoor living” space located adjacent to the vehicle parking space. Said outdoor living space shall be maintained in a clean and weed-free manner and shall be kept free from garbage or debris of any kind.

M. Additions and Awnings: All structures are regulated by the International Building Code in effect at the time of construction. No addition or enclosure shall exceed four hundred twenty-five (425) square feet of total floor area. The maximum allowed size of a dwelling unit within an RV park shall not exceed eight hundred twenty-five (825) square feet of total floor area.

N. Minimum Separation: In no case shall the RV or the addition be closer to an adjacent RV than ten feet (10'), nor closer than five feet (5') to an interior property line. (Ord. 2019-10-002, 10-10-2019)