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§ 114. Mobile Home Parks and Recreational Vehicle Parks.

23 CA ADC § 114BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 23. Waters
Division 1. Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Chapter 1. Organization, Powers and Standards
Article 8. Standards (Refs & Annos)
23 CCR § 114
§ 114. Mobile Home Parks and Recreational Vehicle Parks.
(a) The following definitions apply to this section:
(1) Existing Mobile Home Park - “Existing Mobile Home Park” means any area within a floodway on which two (2) or more mobile homes have been maintained prior to the adoption of the area as an authorized flood control project, as a plan of flood control, or as a designated floodway.
(2) Recreational Vehicle Park - “Recreational Vehicle Park” means any area within a floodway where two (2) or more recreational vehicles are maintained.
(b) Mobile home parks are subject to the following requirements:
(1) New mobile home parks are not permitted within an adopted plan of flood control except in floodway areas classified as zone B as described in subdivision (c), section 113, Dwellings and Structures Within an Adopted Plan of Flood Control.
(2) New mobile home parks are not permitted on a levee section or within ten (10) feet of a levee toe.
(3) Existing mobile home parks located within an adopted plan of flood control may remain if a permit from the board has been obtained, a current implementable evacuation plan is on file with the board, and the following criteria continue to be enforced:
(A) The locations of all structures, mobile homes, recreational vehicles, and appurtenances are shown on the evacuation plan.
(B) The location of the river staff gauge and the gauge height that will indicate an evacuation of a mobile home park are shown on the evacuation plan.
(C) The number of tow vehicles and the usual location of each tow vehicle to be used to evacuate a mobile home park are shown on the evacuation plan.
(D) The locations of emergency storage areas outside the floodway for the mobile homes, recreational vehicles, portable and floatable structures are shown on the evacuation plan.
(E) The route to be used to evacuate mobile homes from a mobile home park to the emergency storage area is shown on the evacuation plan.
(F) After the initiation of an evacuation, all mobile homes not anchored in place and all recreational vehicles, and portable and floatable structures are removed from the floodway within the time period specified in the evacuation plan.
(G) Existing multiple-wide mobile homes, unless specially designed for quick removal, are anchored in place with concrete deadmen.
(H) New multiple-wide mobile homes, unless specially designed for quick removal, are not permitted.
(I) A copy of the evacuation plan is provided to all residents of the mobile home park.
(J) The park permittee or the manager has a duplicate of all keys necessary to move a mobile home and a signed statement allowing the removal of an absentee owner's mobile home during an emergency evacuation.
(K) The permittee of a mobile home park accepts sole responsibility for initiating an evacuation of the park.
(L) Mobile homes not anchored in place, all portable structures, and recreational vehicles have axles, wheels, and any required tow hitch installed, and are in a readily movable condition at all times.
(M) Any related structures, such as laundry rooms or storage buildings, are securely anchored to prevent flotation during high water and are not utilized for human habitation.
(N) If significant flood damage occurs to any of the mobile homes or other park structures due to failure of the evacuation plan or its execution, the park may not continue operating without approval of the board.
(c) Recreational vehicle parks are subject to the following requirements:
(1) New and existing recreational vehicle parks are allowed within an adopted plan of flood control if a permit is obtained from the board, a current implementable evacuation plan is on file with the board, and the following requirements are enforced:
(A) The locations of all recreational vehicle pads and appurtenances are shown on the evacuation plan.
(B) All recreational vehicles have axles, wheels, and any required tow hitch installed, and are in readily movable condition at all times.
(C) At the initiation of an evacuation, all recreational vehicles are removed from the floodway within the time period specified in the evacuation plan.
(D) At the initiation of the evacuation, all floatable and portable structures are removed from the floodway within the time period specified in the evacuation plan.
(E) The locations of emergency storage areas outside the floodway for recreational vehicles, and portable and floatable structures are shown on the evacuation plan.
(F) The location of the river staff gauge and the gauge height that will initiate an evacuation are shown on the evacuation plan.
(G) Permittees or managers of recreational vehicle parks accept sole responsibility for initiating an evacuation.
(H) Any related structures, such as laundry rooms or storage buildings, are securely anchored and are not utilized for human habitation.
(I) If significant flood damage occurs to any of the recreational vehicles or other park structures due to the failure of the evacuation plan or its execution, the park may not continue operating without the approval of the board.
(d) The following restrictions apply to recreational vehicles within an adopted plan of flood control that are not in a recreational vehicle park:
(1) The random use of recreational vehicles within an adopted plan of flood control does not require a permit from the board. Recreational vehicles are not permitted overnight within the floodway during the flood season. However, recreational vehicles may be stored in those limited areas where dwellings are permitted.
(2) It remains the sole responsibility of the property owner to ensure that recreational vehicles do not remain within the floodway overnight during the flood season.
Note: Authority cited: Section 8571, Water Code. Reference: Sections 8608, 8609 and 8710, Water Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 9-30-96; operative 10-30-96 (Register 96, No. 40).
This database is current through 11/26/21 Register 2021, No. 48
23 CCR § 114, 23 CA ADC § 114
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