A. Every trailer court shall be enclosed by a substantial fence
not less than 6 feet in height, constructed of masonry, woven wire, or other
similar construction approved by the building inspector.
B. Each trailer coach space shall contain a minimum of 1,000
square feet inclusive of parking space for the propelling vehicle, shall be at
least 25 feet wide, shall be plainly marked in some permanent manner, and shall
abut on a driveway or the clear area with unobstructed access to a public
street. Such spaces shall be clearly defined, and trailer coaches shall be
parked in such spaces so that there will be a minimum of 15 feet between trailer
coaches and so that no trailer coach will be less than 10 feet from the exterior
boundary of the trailer court.
C. Access roads shall be provided to each trailer space.
Each access road shall be continuous, shall connect with a street or highway,
shall have a minimum width of 20 feet and shall be properly surfaced.
D. An occupied trailer coach shall not be parked closer than 25
feet to any public street or highway, and no part of such trailer coach shall
obstruct any public roadway or walkway. An occupied trailer coach shall
not be allowed to remain in a trailer court unless a trailer space is
E. Adequate areas shall be provided for the parking of motor
vehicles of guests.
F. Outside drying space adjacent to the service building, or
other clothes drying facilities, shall be provided.