ࡱ> {~z{ ;bjbjzz v3+b b $P0T28:XL7777777$l9<77777777777Vy#@=$4f;"# 78028#x=]v==$=$=$777d28=b : Ordinance to Amend and Re-enact Chapter 1 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Hampton, Virginia Entitled Zones and General Provisions by Adding Section 1-27 Pertaining to Standards and Requirements for Manufactured Home Parks and Subdivisions Formerly Found in Chapter 20. Whereas, the public necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practice so require; BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Hampton, Virginia that chapter 1 of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Hampton, Virginia, be amended and re-enacted as follows: . . . .  HYPERLINK "javascript:void(0)" Sec. 1-27. Requirements and standards for manufactured home parks and subdivisions. The hereinafter stated regulations, minimum requirements and objective standards shall apply to all manufactured home parks and subdivisions permitted after October 24, 1990, and any changes or additions to manufactured home parks and subdivisions existing prior to October 24, 1990. (1) -Application requirements. In addition to the application for a use permit for the development of a manufactured home park or subdivision in a Multiple Residence District (RM), Multiple Dwelling District (MD-2 or MD-3), or Neighborhood Commercial District (C-1) pursuant to chapter 20 of the zoning ordinance, the following shall be included with the application: (a) A site plan and a landscape plan as required herein for a manufactured home park. (b) A preliminary subdivision plat and a landscape plan as required herein for a manufactured home subdivision. Nothing in this section shall alter the requirements for the approval of site plans and/or subdivision plans, as provided in chapters 35 and 35.1 of the city code. (2) - Uses permitted. Only those manufactured homes constructed in accordance with regulations promulgated under the Federal Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act or the Virginia Industrialized Building and Manufactured Home Safety Regulations, as amended, and bearing the appropriate seals and labels to certify compliance with such regulations shall be permitted under this article. Manufactured home park owners/operators and individual unit owners in subdivisions shall be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of units in such parks or subdivisions. (3) - Area requirements; number of lots. All manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall be located on a minimum of five (5) acres, and shall be comprised of a minimum of 10 lots. (4) - Lot area requirements. All lots within a manufactured home park shall meet the following minimum standards: (a) Lots for single-wide units shall contain at least 3,800 square feet and have at least 40 feet of street frontage. (b) Lots for double-wide units shall contain at least 5,225 square feet and have at least 55 feet of street frontage. (c) Lots that are contiguous to the required 50-foot buffer area, along either the side or rear lot line may reduce their lot area by the depth of the required setback times the length of that side or rear property line. (d) All fee-simple lots within a manufactured home subdivision shall meet the following minimum standards: (i) Lots for single-wide units shall contain at least 4,725 square feet and have at least 45 feet of street frontage. (ii) Lots for double-wide units shall contain at least 6,300 square feet and have at least 60 feet of street frontage. (iii) Lots that are contiguous to the required 50-foot buffer area, along either the side or rear lot line may reduce their lot area by the depth of the required setback times the length of that side or rear property line. (5) - Height regulations. All structures within the manufactured home park or subdivision shall comply with the height regulations of the district in which they are located. (6) - Dwelling area requirements. All manufactured homes placed in a park or subdivision shall have a minimum dwelling area of 320 square feet. (7) - Building setback requirements. (a) Front setback. (i) Manufactured homes in parks shall be set back at least 15 feet from the front lot line. (ii) Manufactured homes in subdivisions shall be set back at least 20 feet from the front fee-simple lot line. (iii) All structures within manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall be set back at least 50 feet from the front project property line. (b) Side setback. (i) Manufactured homes in parks shall be set back at least 10 feet from one (1) side lot line and 15 feet from the other side lot line. The unit shall be sited such that the primary entrance opens onto the larger side yard. (ii) Manufactured homes in subdivisions shall be set back at least 15 feet from the side fee-simple lot line. (iii) If the lot area has been reduced under the provisions of section 1-27(4) herein, no side setback is required abutting the buffer area. (iv) All structures within manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall be set back at least 50 feet from the side project property lines. (c) Rear setback. (i) Manufactured homes in parks shall be set back at 10 feet from the rear lot line. (ii) Manufactured homes in subdivisions shall be set back at least 15 feet from the rear fee-simple lot line. (iii) If the lot area has been reduced under the provisions of section 1-27(4) herein, no rear setback is required abutting the buffer area. (iv) All structures within manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall be set back at least 50 feet from the rear project property line. (8) - Off-street parking. A minimum of two (2) off-street parking spaces shall be provided for each manufactured/mobile home in parks and subdivisions. At least one (1) space shall be provided on the lot housing the unit. The additional space may be provided in an off-street parking area, to be located within 150 feet of the unit it is to serve. All parking spaces shall meet the provisions of HYPERLINK "http://library.municode.com/HTML/14728/level1/CH19VEPALOSP.html" \l "CH19VEPALOSP"  chapter 19 hereof. (9) - Landscaping. A landscape plan complying with the provisions of the City of Hampton Landscape Guidelines shall be submitted with the application for a use permit as delineating the following: (a) Perimeter screening. All manufactured home parks and subdivisions shall provide a perimeter screen composed of landscaping or a combination of landscaping and fencing, the intent of which is to limit ingress and egress on the property, and to provide some buffering from adjoining uses. The screen shall be at least six (6) feet in height, and shall be located on all project property lines that do not abut existing or proposed public rights-of-way; such screening shall be set back at least 10 feet from any existing or proposed public rights-of-way. The only openings permitted in such screening shall be for vehicular ingress and egress. Barbed wire and electric fences are expressly prohibited. Landscaping materials for the perimeter screen cannot be counted toward the green area requirements of section HYPERLINK "http://library.municode.com/HTML/14728/level3/CH20USPE_ARTIIIUSPEMAMOHOPASU_DIVIIMIREOBST.html" \l "CH20USPE_ARTIIIUSPEMAMOHOPASU_DIVIIMIREOBST_S20-17LA" 1-27(9) (b) herein. (b) Green area requirements. All manufactured/mobile home parks and subdivisions with 20 or more lots shall be required to provide at least 300 square feet of green area per lot which shall be retained as common area. Such green area shall be in addition to the minimum lot area for dwelling units, and shall be aggregated in increments of at least 4,500 square feet. No more than 25% of this required area may be provided by water area. Such green area shall be landscaped in accordance with the provisions of the City of Hampton Landscape Guidelines. (c) Buffers. No structures, except fences as part of the perimeter screen, shall be permitted within 50 feet of the project property lines. Parking shall not be located closer than 20 feet from the project property lines. All green area and landscaping within this buffer, except for that required for the perimeter screen may be counted toward the green area requirement stated above. (10) - Streets. All street layouts in manufactured/mobile home parks and subdivisions shall be designed so as to ensure efficient vehicular flow, adequate access for emergency vehicles, and unobstructed access to public streets. Private streets shall be permitted within the park or subdivision, however, any public street within said development shall be constructed to the standards provided in section 35-74 of the city code. On-street parking shall be regulated according to the following pavement widths: Pavement WidthOn-Street Parking22'Not permitted27'One side of street32'Both sides of street Manufactured home park and subdivision owners shall be responsible for enforcement of parking regulations on private streets. (11) - Signs. All signs placed upon the site shall meet the provisions of HYPERLINK "http://library.municode.com/HTML/14728/level1/CH18.1SI31099.html" \l "CH18.1SI31099"  chapter 18.1 hereof. (12) - Dumpsters. Dumpsters shall not be placed within the buffer area required along any property line abutting an existing or proposed public right-of-way, or within twenty (20) feet of any project property line abutting a residential district. Individual toters shall be kept behind the building setback lines except on collection days. (13) - Fences. On any manufactured home lot, a fence may be located and maintained along the lot line, provided that such fence shall not exceed four (4) feet in height along the front yard and six (6) feet in height along the rear and side yard lines. The use of electrified fences or barbed wire is expressly prohibited. (14) - Accessory structures. (a) The following accessory structures are permitted: (i) Laundry facilities, to be located in common areas. (ii) Patios, porches and decks. (iii) Storage sheds. (iv) Service buildings for the park, to include a rental/management office, to be located in common areas. (v) Recreational facilities for the exclusive use of the residents and their guests, to be located in common areas. (b) No accessory structures shall be permitted within the required 5) foot buffer area. In the case of lots of reduced area under the provisions section 1-27(4) herein, no accessory structures may be located in the contiguous buffer area. (c) Patios, porches, stoops and decks shall be permitted to encroach a maximum of 10 feet into the fifteen-foot side setback or the rear setback so long as they are not enclosed in any manner. (d) Stoops shall be permitted to encroach a maximum of four (4) feet into the ten-foot side sideback, exclusive of handicapped ramps. The landing area for such stoop shall not exceed four (4) feet by four (4) feet. (e) Sheds shall be permitted to encroach into the rear setback so long as they do not occupy more than 33% of the required yard. Sheds shall not be required to meet the rear or side yard setbacks. (15)- Maintenance, perpetuation of open space and guarantee of development in manufactured home subdivisions. A manufactured home subdivision may be accomplished as outlined in this section by providing for the retention of open space in common ownership of the individual owners through appropriate legal documents, with appropriate provision to assure continuous maintenance and the use of the common property for the purpose intended. The legal document or documents shall place unencumbered title to the common property in a form of common ownership representing the residents of the manufactured home subdivision (homeowners' association), shall place responsibility for the management and maintenance of all common property, shall set forth the restrictive covenants, and place responsibility for the enforcement thereof, and shall provide for the subjection of each lot to assessment of its proportionate share of maintenance costs of the common property. Such legal documents shall be filed with the application for approval of a manufactured home subdivision and shall be approved as to form by the city attorney. Such legal documents shall be recorded and indexed as deeds are recorded prior to or in conjunction with the recordation of any subdivision plat. (16) - Sanitary sewer. All lots within any manufactured home park or subdivision shall be connected to the public sanitary sewer system or an approved private sewer system. (17) - Phasing of development. In the event that the manufactured home park or subdivision is to be developed in phases, each individual phase must, at a minimum, meet the open space and landscaping requirements for the number of lots created in that phase. It is the intent of this section to protect the integrity of the overall development by protecting the integrity of each phase. (18) - Waiver of requirements. Under the provisions of the use permit, the city reserves the right to waive any of the above requirements if the proposed park or subdivision meets the intent of the regulations using good design principles.      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