Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park Zone RMHP

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17A-1 Purpose and Intent

The purpose of the RmhP Zone is to provide appropriate areas for suitable development of Mobile/Manufactured Home Parks, camps and courts. It is also to insure that such facilities receive adequate services and blend harmoniously with surrounding residential neighborhoods and other uses.


17A-2 Permitted Uses

  1. Accessory building and use customarily incidental to any permitted use
  2. Mobile/Manufactured Home Park, Trailer Court, Overnight Recreational Vehicle Park, provided such park, or court meet the requirements and standards prescribed in the Weber County Mobile Home Park Ordinance
  3. Temporary building for use incidental to construction work. Such building shall be removed within six months upon completion or abandonment of the construction work

17A-3 Conditional Uses

  1. Public Utility Substations

17A-4 Site Development Standards

Minimum area Four acres for a Mobile/Manufactured Home Park, Trailer Court and Overnight Recreational Vehicle Park
Minimum lot size The yard, width and layout for a Trailer Court,
Minimum lot width Overnight Recreation Vehicle Park or Mobile/Manufactured Home Park shall be as prescribed in the Weber County Mobile Home Park Ordinance.
Accessory building height 25 ft[1]
  1. 25 ft unless meeting requirements of Chapter 23-29, Large Accessory Buildings.

17A-5 Sign Regulations

The height, size and location of the following permitted signs shall be in accordance with the regulations set forth in Chapter 32 of this Zoning Ordinance.

  1. Construction project sign
  2. Directional sign
  3. Flat sign
  4. Free-standing sign
  5. Temporary sign
  6. Wall sign
  7. Name Plate
  8. Property sign
  9. Identification and Information sign
  10. Service sign

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