Licensed Facilities: Trailer Courts
A trailer court is defined in state law as a parcel of land upon which two or more spaces are available to the public and designated for occupancy by trailers or mobile homes for use as residences.
(b) The term does not include a parcel composed of platted lots, each lot of which:
- (i) is filed with the county clerk and recorder;
- (ii) contains only one trailer space; and
- (iii) is served by a public water supply system and public sewage system that meet the requirements of rules for systems adopted pursuant to Title 75, chapter 6, part 1, and that are located within the boundaries of an incorporated city or town.
A campground is a parcel of land available to and principally used by the public for camping, where persons can camp, secure tents or cabins, or park trailers for camping and sleeping purposes.
- Layout Plan Review
- Water Supply System
- Sewage System
- Inspection and Compliance Requirements
- Water Supply ongoing requirements
- Sewage Systems
- Solid Waste
- Noxious Plants, Animal, Dust and other Public Health Controls
- Miscellaneous Requirements
- Guest Registration
- Animals at Large
- Service Buildings
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A Sanitarian is the designated representative of the Health Officer. Inspections of the above licensed or certified establishments are done by the sanitarian with guidance from written rules or regulations.
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