Section .0800 ‑ Mobile Home Park Design Standards And Regulations

Link to law: 10a - health and human services/chapter 29 - mental health, other rules/subchapter c/10a ncac 29c .0801.html
Published: 2015

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(a)  It shall be unlawful for any person to place or

maintain any mobile home or any vehicular relocatable structure, built on a

chassis, designed as a dwelling for unlimited periods of time, containing as an

integral part of its construction, kitchen facilities and a completely equipped

bathroom consisting of a flush toilet, lavatory, and bathtub or shower (Such

unit shall be considered a mobile home whether or not the wheels have been

removed and whether or not set on jacks, skirtings, masonry block or other

temporary or permanent foundations.), on any premises within the limits of

Butner unless it be contained within a mobile home park, any site or tract of

land upon which two or more mobile homes occupied for dwelling or sleeping

purposes are located, which complies with the provisions of this ordinance and

all other ordinances of Butner.

(b)  This Rule shall apply to all mobile homes within the

limits of Butner.

(c)  For the purpose of occupancy or sales, all mobile homes

shall be located within mobile home parks which meet the requirements of this


(d)  It shall be unlawful for any person to store any mobile

home for more than 24 hours on any street, alley, highway or other public


(e)  Any mobile home park now in use shall conform to the

provisions of this ordinance within one year of the date this ordinance is

adopted.  During the interim period, such park shall be allowed to operate

under a temporary permit.

(f)  The provisions of this Section shall not apply to

mobile home sales operations conducted independently of mobile home parks,

provided there shall be no occupancy.

(g)  Travel trailers or any vehicle or similar portable

structure mounted on wheels, designed and intended primarily for short term

occupancy for dwelling or sleeping or other habitation, and also including any

such vehicle which does not contain as an integral part of its construction

kitchen facilities and a completely equipped bathroom consisting of a flush

toilet, lavatory, and a bathtub or shower, shall not be occupied within Butner

for more than two weeks in any one year.

(h)  A temporary permit may be issued for the use of a

mobile home as a construction office provided that active construction is

taking place at the site where the mobile home office is located.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 122‑95; 143B‑10;

Eff. March 21, 1980.