10.Manufactured or Mobile Home Community and/or county (Park)
A parcel of land on which two (2) or more manufactured or certified mobile homes are occupied as residences.
A transportable structure larger than three hundred and twenty (320) square feet, designed to be used as a year-round residential dwelling, and built prior to the enactment of the Federal Mobile Home Construction and Safety Act of 1974, which became effective for all mobile home construction June 15, 1976 (For criteria for certified mobile homes see Section 920(4).)
The total area of earth horizontally covered by the structure, excluding accessory structures, such as, but not limited to, garages, patios and porches.
13.One and Two Family Dwelling Code
The nationally recognized model building code prepared by the Council of American Building Officials.
14.Permanent Perimeter Enclosure
A permanent perimeter structural system completely
enclosing the space between the floor joists of the home and the ground.
Any structural system for transposing loads from a structure to the earth at a depth below the established frost line without exceeding the safe bearing capacity of the supporting soil.
A portable vehicular structure not built to the Federal Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Code (or the obsolete ANSI 119.1 Mobile Home Design and Construction Standard) designed for travel, recreational camping or vacation purposes, either having its own motor power