Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Public Notices

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(57973) (Published in The Journal Record May 29, 1985) ORDINANCE NO. 18,133 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 9, SECTIONS 361 AND 362 OF THE OKLAHOMA CITY CODE, 1970, BY DELETING THE REQUIREMENT

OF HARD SURFACED PARKING PADS; BY ADDING A TIEDOWN REQUIREMENT, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.

Emergency Ordinance BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY:

Section 1. That Chapter 9, Section 361 of the Oklahoma City Code, 1970 is hereby amended to read as follows:

Sec. 9-361 Mobile home or recreational vehicle spaces in parks.

(a) Space for each unit required. There shall be provided in every recreational vehicle park a permanent space for each recreational vehicle which will occupy the park on either a permanent or temporary basis.

(b) Construction of space. The space for each recreational vehicle shall be provided with a permanent pad which shall consist of a minimum of hard surfaced driveway ribbons separated by an area no less than five (5') feet nor more than twelve (12') feet, which shall be treated to kill all vegetation and filled with washed gravel to a depth of not less than six (6")

inches. (Ord. 1966.10.28.903.)

(c) Pads and Tiedowns

New mobile home parks must provide each mobile home space with concrete pad or a series of concrete footing which conform to the requirements set forth by the National Fire Protection Association 501A (1977 or subsequent editions) prior to the placement of any mobile home upon a park space. All mobile homes within a new mobile home park shall be placed upon the pad or footings provided and piers which conform to the requirements set forth by the National Fire Protection Association 501A. All mobile homes in a new mobile home park must be provided with a system of tiedowns which conform to

the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association 501A within seventy-two (72) hours of the time of arrival of the mobile home in the mobile home park. Each mobile home space shall be treated to kill all vegetation. Skirting of mobile homes is required and areas enclosed by such skirting shall be maintained so as not to provide a harborage for rodents or create a fire hazard. …

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