Title 18
MOBILE HOME AND RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARKS

Chapters:

18.04 General Provisions and Administration

18.06 Minimum Improvements and Design Standards

18.08 Application Process

Chapter 18.04
GENERAL PROVISIONS AND ADMINISTRATION

Sections:

18.04.010 Repealer and effective date.

18.04.020 Applicability.

18.04.030 Administration.

18.04.040 Fees.

18.04.050 Relationship to other laws.

18.04.060 Definitions.

18.04.070 Penalties.

18.04.080 Severability.

18.04.010 Repealer and effective date.

Ordinance 1987-07, adopted June 29, 1987, and Ordinance 1993-01, adopted June 21, 1993 are hereby repealed as of the effective date of the ordinance codified in this title.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.020 Applicability.

A. Small-Scale Recreational Vehicle Parks. Every recreational vehicle park containing fifteen or fewer designated recreational vehicle sites, or any expansions, alterations or revisions to parks that will result in fifteen or fewer recreational vehicle sites, within the unincorporated area of Skamania County shall proceed in compliance with this title, except those portions that specifically state they pertain to large-scale recreational vehicle parks or mobile home parks or mixed-use mobile home parks.

B. Large-Scale Recreational Vehicle Parks. Every recreational vehicle park containing more than fifteen recreational vehicle sites, or any expansions, alterations or revisions to parks that will result in more than fifteen sites, within the unincorporated area of Skamania County shall proceed in compliance with this title, except those portions that specifically state they pertain to small-scale recreational vehicle parks or mobile home parks or mixed-use mobile home parks.

C. Mobile Home Parks and Mixed-Use Mobile Home Parks. Every mobile home park or mixed-use mobile home park, or any expansions, alterations or revisions to existing parks within the unincorporated area of Skamania County shall proceed in compliance with this title, except those portions that specifically state they pertain to small-scale recreational vehicle parks or large-scale recreational vehicle parks. Any mobile home park that includes sites for recreational vehicle use shall comply with this chapter.

D. Any mobile home or recreational vehicle park given preliminary plan approval by the board of county commissioners under Ordinance No. 1973-4, Ordinance No. 1973-1, or Ordinance No. 1987-07, prior to the effective date of the ordinance codified in this title will not be subject to compliance with this title. Any expansions, alterations or revisions to these parks shall comply with this title, except that improvements to existing utility services, i.e., water, sewer, electric, etc., does not constitute an alteration or revision as set forth above.

E. Any recreational vehicle park, mobile home park or mixed-use park discontinued by the owner's official notice of intent to abandon for a period of one year shall be subject to provisions of this title.

F. A recreational vehicle park may allow tent camping subject to the rules pertaining to dependent recreational vehicle sites.

G. Mobile home or recreational vehicle parks do not constitute a division of land. Individual sites within a mobile home or recreational vehicle park may not be separately sold except as provided in SCC Title 17.

H. Mobile home parks do not include mobile homes that are placed on a parcel in such a way that they meet the minimum lot size of the zoning designation where located, and are not rented or leased.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.030 Administration.

The Skamania County department of planning and community development (department) shall be responsible for the general administration of this title. The director of that department, or the director's designee shall serve as administrator of this title.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.040 Fees.

The board of county commissioners shall establish an application review fee from time to time to cover the administrative cost for reviewing and processing applications. The nonrefundable fee shall be submitted to the department along with the preliminary plan for review. Checks shall be made payable to the Skamania County treasurer.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.050 Relationship to other laws.

Applicants shall be required to comply with all applicable local, state and federal laws in effect at the time of the application. Applications will only be accepted when it has been deemed complete by the department and all of the fees have been paid.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.060 Definitions.

Whenever the following words and phrases appear in this title, this section shall give them the meaning attributed to them. When consistent with the context, words used in the present tense shall include the future; the singular shall include the plural, and the plural the singular; the word "shall" is always mandatory, and the word "may" indicates a use of discretion in making a decision.

"Associated recreational vehicles" means those vehicles that are not intended, or licensed for use on roadways, and are moved from place to place by means of a vehicle or trailer. These would include, but are not limited to bicycles, canoes, kayaks, boats, jet skis, snowmobiles, dirt bikes and all-terrain vehicles.

"Board of county commissioners" means the Skamania County board of county commissioners.

"Department" means the Skamania County department of planning and community development.

"Developer" means a person intending to develop or developing a mobile home park or recreational vehicle park.

"District health officer" means a representative of the local health authority.

"Easement" means a grant by a property owner to specific persons or to the public to use land for a specific purpose or purposes.

"Hearing examiner" means an appointed official vested with the duties established by Skamania County Ordinance Number 2006-16.

"Mobile home" means a dwelling unit that is placed on a parcel other than the parcel where it is made or assembled, is equipped with the necessary service connections for the hook up of required utilities, may or may not require a permanent foundation as per manufacturer's instruction (i.e., mobile homes and manufactured homes), and that does not meet the requirements of the applicable building codes. This definition does not include recreational vehicles.

"Mobile home park" means a parcel of land designed into sites for the purpose of lease or rent of three or more mobile homes. Mixed-use mobile home parks are those parks that provide sites for both mobile homes and recreational vehicles.

"Owner(s)" means a person, firm, corporation, partnership, association, or agency of state, county, or municipal government, or agency of the federal government, which is subject to the jurisdiction of the state that has an ownership interest as defined by this title.

"Ownership interest" means any person, firm, corporation, or other legal entity that holds fee simple title or has any other legal or equitable interest in property being used or developed for a mobile home or recreational vehicle park. This term shall not include a holder of any lien or other secured party.

Plan, Conceptual. "Conceptual plan" means an approximate drawing or site plan of a proposed mobile home or recreational vehicle park showing the general layout of roads, all proposed sites, and other elements consistent with the requirements of this title for use in the pre-submission conference.

Plan, Final. "Final plan" means the final drawing of the mobile home or recreational vehicle park prepared for filing with the county auditor and other elements consistent with the requirements of this title.

Plan, Preliminary. "Preliminary plan" means a neat and approximate drawing of a proposed mobile home or recreational vehicle park showing the general layout of roads, all proposed sites, and other elements consistent with the requirements of this title. The preliminary plan shall be the basis for the approval or disapproval of the general layout of a park development.

"Recreational vehicle" means a vehicle or trailer designed or used for recreational camping or travel use, whether self-propelled or mounted on or drawn by another vehicle, or any structure inspected, approved and designated a recreational vehicle by and bearing the insignia of the state of Washington or any other state or federal agency having the authority to approve recreational vehicles. Recreational vehicles include any dependent or independent recreational vehicle which are described as follows:

1. "Dependent recreational vehicle" means any tent, trailer, camper, motor home or similar recreational vehicles that do not have self-contained sewer, water or electrical systems, which is dependent upon a service building for toilet and lavatory facilities.

2. "Independent recreational vehicle" means any trailer, camper, motor home, or similar recreational vehicles, which can operate independent of connections to sewer, water and electrical systems. The vehicle may contain a water-flushed toilet, lavatory, shower or kitchen sink, all of which are connected to water storage and sewage holding tanks located within the vehicle.

"Recreational vehicle park (RV park)" means a parcel of land containing three or more recreational vehicle sites, and/or three or more occupied recreational vehicles. Recreational vehicle parks can serve dependent and/or independent recreational vehicles. Recreational vehicle parks shall include both small-scale and large-scale recreational vehicle parks.

1. "Dependent recreational vehicle site" means a site provided for any tent, trailer, camper, motor home or similar recreational vehicles that do not have self-contained sewer, water or electrical systems, which is dependent upon a service building for toilet and lavatory facilities.

2. "Independent recreational vehicle site" means a site provided for any trailer, camper, motor home, or similar recreational vehicles, which can operate independent of connections to sewer, water and electrical systems. The vehicle may contain a water-flushed toilet, lavatory, shower or kitchen sink, all of which are connected to water storage and sewage holding tanks located within the vehicle.

"Service building" means a structure housing toilet, lavatory, shower and such other facilities as may be required by these regulations.

"Setback" means the required minimum distance between a fixed point as listed within this title and the closest point of a building or structure located thereon.

(Ord. 2007-02 (part): Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.070 Penalties.

Any person who shall knowingly violate any of the provisions of Skamania County Code Title 18, or fail to comply herewith shall be guilty of a violation punishable by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars per violation. A violation will be deemed to occur for each day that the violation continues after the person has been notified by certified mail or personal service of the apparent violation. A person may also be cited by the Skamania County sheriff's office into the Skamania County district court. The imposition or payment of a penalty shall not excuse the violation, or permit the violator to continue; and all such persons shall be required to correct or remedy such violations or defects within a reasonable time as specified by the planning director; and when not otherwise specified, each day that prohibited conditions are maintained shall constitute a separate offense. The Skamania County district court shall have jurisdiction over all complaints involving alleged violations of this title.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.04.080 Severability.

If any provision of this title or its application to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the remainder of this title or the application of the provisions to other persons or circumstances is not affected.

(Ord. 2002-17)

Chapter 18.06
MINIMUM IMPROVEMENTS AND DESIGN STANDARDS

Sections:

18.06.010 General.

18.06.020 Setbacks.

18.06.030 Open space and common facilities.

18.06.040 Drainage easements.

18.06.050 Fire protection.

18.06.060 Service buildings.

18.06.070 Water supply and sewage disposal.

18.06.080 Solid waste– Garbage disposal.

18.06.090 Roads.

18.06.100 Fences– Screening.

18.06.110 Lighting.

18.06.120 Signs.

18.06.010 General.

All recreational vehicle and mobile home parks shall comply with the following, unless specific criteria are listed.

A. All roads, bridges, drains, culverts, storm sewers, fire protection systems, and related structures or devices shall be constructed in accordance with county codes in effect at the time the application was deemed complete and was filed with the department.

B. Protective improvements and restrictions on use shall be clearly noted on the preliminary and final plan.

C. The design of the park shall not cause an increase in stormwater runoff onto adjacent properties.

D. Each site will have the site number posted in a conspicuous place for emergency services and park users.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.020 Setbacks.

A. Mobile home and recreational vehicle parks:

1. Park perimeter: a five-foot setback required.

2. Interior park roads: ten-foot setback required from the edge of the road right-of-way or road easement.

3. County roads: shall meet setbacks for the specific zone designation in Title 21 or Title 22.

B. Recreational vehicle parks: A minimum ten-foot unobstructed area shall be maintained between each recreational vehicle and adjacent recreational vehicle sites to allow for fire suppression/access.

C. Mobile home parks: Each mobile home site shall have a minimum five-foot setback on the sides and rear of the individual site, and a minimum twenty-five foot front setback.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.030 Open space and common facilities.

A. At least twenty percent of the total land within all parks shall be open space.

1. Open space shall be land dedicated to common facilities, playgrounds or recreation space.

2. At least half of the open space must be suitable for active recreational pursuits.

3. This open space shall not include roads, service buildings, and mobile home or recreational vehicle sites.

B. The layout of common facilities within the development and the circulation (vehicular and pedestrian) within the development shall be designed in such a way to protect the public health, safety, and welfare. Walkways to common facilities shall not interfere with or cross a mobile home site or recreational vehicle site. Particular attention to pedestrian safety shall be given to points where walkways cross roads.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.040 Drainage easements.

Easements for drainage channels and ways shall be of sufficient width to assure that the same may be maintained and improved.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.050 Fire protection.

All parks must comply with the applicable sections of Skamania County Code Title 15, or codes in effect at the time of application, and have a fire protection plan reviewed by the fire protection district and approved by the county fire marshal. Fire protection systems (fire hydrants, water storage tanks, etc.) may be required in mobile home and recreational vehicles parks.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.060 Service buildings.

All parks catering to dependent recreational vehicles shall include service buildings adequately equipped with flush-type toilet fixtures, lavatories and showers. Service buildings are optional for recreational vehicle parks serving only independent recreational vehicles. All service buildings shall be constructed according to applicable all local, state and federal regulations.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.070 Water supply and sewage disposal.

All recreational vehicle and mobile home parks shall provide water supply and sewage disposal facilities and devices that meet or exceed the standards of the local health authority and/or state regulations, except recreational vehicle sites used exclusively by independent recreational vehicles.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.080 Solid waste– Garbage disposal.

A. All recreational vehicle parks and mixed-use mobile home parks shall have an adequate number of conveniently located garbage cans or garbage dumpsters to serve the recreational vehicle sites. Solid waste containers shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition, free of insects, rodents, wildlife, and domestic animals. Garbage shall not be allowed to accumulate outside of a garbage container, and shall be serviced regularly.

B. All mobile home parks shall either provide for or require tenants to provide for their own garbage containers that shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition free of insects, rodents, wildlife, domestic animals, and garbage shall not be permitted to accumulate outside of a garbage container, and shall be serviced regularly.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.090 Roads.

A. All mobile home and recreational vehicle park roads shall meet the following requirements.

1. Access roads shall be clearly marked and designed for traffic safety and ease of vehicle movement into, out of, and within the park.

2. The construction, maintenance and snow removal of private roads are the responsibility of the developer or owner, Skamania County will not be responsible to maintain these roads.

3. Individual mobile home sites and recreational vehicle sites adjacent to a road which has been designated an arterial (a road providing for through movement of traffic with very little or no direct land access) by the county engineer shall not be provided with access to the arterial unless a variance is granted by the county engineer. The private road serving the entire mobile home or recreational vehicle park may access the arterial, if an approved road approach permit has been issued by the department of public works.

4. All park entry and exit points shall be clearly marked, provide safe merging onto and off of public roads, and meet all county and/or state access requirements and approach permits.

B. All roads serving the interior of a mobile home or large-scale recreational vehicle park shall be considered category IV roads as provided in SCC 12.03, as now exists or hereinafter amended, and shall be constructed accordingly. Information on these standards may be obtained from the county engineer's office. The county engineer or his designees shall be the deciding officers to determine if the requirements are met as intended in this section.

C. All small-scale recreational vehicle park roads shall meet the following requirements.

1. All roads serving the interior of a small-scale recreational vehicle park shall be constructed with an all-weather driving surface capable of supporting gross vehicle weights of fifty thousand pounds, and curves having a minimum radius of fifty feet. (See Exhibit A)

2. Interior park roads may be single lane or two lane roads.

i. Single lane roads shall be one way roads only, shall have a minimum of a twenty foot right-of-way with a minimum twelve-foot width of all weather driving surface, with separate entry and exit points. If a loop road is used within the park it may use the same point for entry and exit, but that area shall be two lanes and a minimum of a twenty foot right-of-way with a minimum twenty-foot width of all-weather driving surface. Roads shall be signed "No parking," and shall be subject to a posted five mile per hour speed limit.

ii. Two lane roads shall have a minimum of a twenty-foot right-of-way with a minimum twenty-foot width of all-weather driving surface, and have a fire access turnaround at the end of the dead end road, per Exhibit A. Traffic control signs shall be the same as required for single lane roads.

3. Roads shall be constructed with the following:

Base rock shall consist of material either naturally occurring or processed. It shall be essentially free from wood or other extraneous waste. It shall have such a characteristic of size, shape and composition that it will compact readily.

Crushed surface course shall be free from all extraneous material. Maximum size shall not exceed one and one-fourth inches. Sufficient gradation shall be provided in the smaller size to compact readily to provide a uniform smooth driving surface. The county engineer will provide specifications to meet this requirement if requested.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.100 Fences– Screening.

A. The park boundary line abutting the entry access road shall have a minimum of fifty percent screening; all other park boundary lines shall be fully screened. All screening shall meet criteria in subsection B, below.

B. A fence and/or natural year round vegetative screen shall be established and maintained around the perimeter of a recreational vehicle park, except as noted in 18.06.100(A), to obscure viewing the park development from adjacent properties and roadways. An existing vegetative screen or structure may also be used to obscure viewing the park development from adjacent property and roadways. The fence or year round natural vegetative screen shall be within the five-foot perimeter setback and shall not encroach upon any of the sites within the park. Existing terrain features may also be taken into consideration when requiring screening.

1. Fences shall be no less than five feet in height. Fences may be of wood, metal, plastic or concrete, and shall be designed to screen the recreational vehicle or mobile home park.

2. A natural vegetative screen shall be a continuous row of year-round site-obscuring vegetation a minimum of five feet tall at planting. This natural year round vegetative screen shall be maintained by replacing all dead or dying plants with year round vegetation that meets the five-foot height requirements.

3. An existing natural year round vegetative screen shall screen visibility of the park and be maintained at a minimum of five feet tall. Nothing may be constructed, erected or placed within the vegetative strip, with exception that utility lines may transverse these areas. This natural year round vegetative screen shall be maintained by replacing all dead and dying plants with year round vegetation that meets the five-foot height requirements.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.110 Lighting.

A. All entrance and exit points shall be adequately illuminated.

B. Service buildings and community recreation areas shall be adequately illuminated.

C. Walkways leading to such structures and areas shall be adequately illuminated to protect pedestrians.

D. All exterior lighting within the park shall be directed downward and sited, hooded and shielded so that it is not highly visible from adjacent properties. Shielding and hooding materials shall be composed of non-reflective, opaque materials.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.06.120 Signs.

All signs shall meet the standards as set forth in Skamania County Code Chapter 21.

(Ord. 2002-17)

Chapter 18.08
APPLICATION PROCESS

Sections:

18.08.010 General provisions.

18.08.020 Permits.

18.08.030 Pre-submission conference.

18.08.040 Preliminary plan.

18.08.050 Final plan.

18.08.010 General provisions.

A. All recreational vehicle parks shall be subject to the following.

1. No greater density than ten sites per acre, and only one recreational vehicle-type dwelling per site. Contiguous parcels under the same ownership shall be developed as one park under this title.

2. One owner/caretaker residence will be allowed within the park boundaries. This residence will not be calculated in the allowed number of recreational vehicle sites.

3. The combined sites shall average at least one thousand five hundred square feet per site, with a minimum width of twenty feet. No site shall be less than one thousand square feet. A ten-foot buffer shall separate each site, which may be included in the site square footage. The recreational vehicle park operator will assure that no recreational vehicle or structure is situated within ten feet of any other recreational vehicle, fence, vegetation, structure, etc. The developer may opt to cluster up to four sites in a small hub area, provided six thousand square feet is dedicated to the four site hub, and provided at least ten feet of spacing is located between all sites. Cluster sites can be less than twenty feet in width.

4. No permanent or temporary accessory structures, including but not limited to lean-tos, decks, porches will be allowed to be built on or attached to recreational vehicles. Awnings or any other accessories that are attached to the recreational vehicle as designed or attached by a manufacturer of the recreational vehicle are permitted.

5. Storage of unoccupied recreational vehicles shall be allowed only within the park on an approved site.

B. All mobile home parks shall be subject to the following.

1. Mobile home sites shall be a minimum of three thousand two hundred square feet. Minimum site width shall be thirty-five feet, and minimum site depth shall be ninety feet.

2. It is intended that two parking spaces be accommodated within the front setback area of each mobile home site. In addition to these parking spaces, additional parking spaces are to be provided at the minimum ratio of one space for every four mobile home sites. These are intended for use as visitor's parking and shall be within the mobile home park boundaries.

3. In mixed-use parks the area to be used for recreational vehicles shall meet the criteria in 18.08.010(A).

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.08.020 Permits.

All mobile home and recreational vehicle parks shall be reviewed as a conditional use permit as provided in Skamania County Code Chapter 21 in those zoning designations listing the uses. All existing and proposed mobile home and recreational vehicle parks located within the National Scenic Area shall be reviewed as a conditional use permit after approval has been granted per Skamania County Code Title 22. If a conflict arises between requirements of Title 22 and this title, then Title 22 shall be controlling. The hearing examiner may exceed or reduce these requirements if necessary for the public health, safety and general welfare, except those requirements pertaining to Title 22. The person to whom a permit is issued shall at all times operate the mobile home or recreational vehicle park in compliance with these rules and regulations, any conditions of approval, and shall provide adequate supervision to maintain the area, its facilities, and equipment in good repair and in a clean and sanitary condition at all times. All appeals shall be as provided for in Skamania County Code Title 21– Zoning, Section 21.16.070(D).

(Ord. 2007-02 (part): Ord. 2002-17)

18.08.030 Pre-submission conference.

A. Any person intending to develop a mobile home or recreational vehicle park in an unincorporated area of Skamania County shall request a pre-submission conference with the planning department and other appropriate agencies prior to submitting a conditional use permit application. The purpose of this conference is to identify the issues, standards and requirements in order for the applicant to evaluate the project for preparation of a complete application for preliminary site plan approval for a mobile home or recreational vehicle park.

B. A conceptual drawing of the park shall be submitted to the county planning department. The conceptual drawing shall be drawn to scale, have a north arrow indication, and shall clearly show and identify the following, if applicable:

1. The area and dimensions of the parcel of land, indicating the portion to be used for the park.

2. The number, approximate location and size of all proposed sites.

3. The approximate location, names and width of all access roads, interior roads and easements.

4. The approximate location of all existing and proposed structures, including but not limited to buildings, fences, culverts, bridges, roads, railroads and streets.

5. The approximate location of all existing and proposed sewage disposal and water systems or wells, all existing and proposed utility lines and easements.

6. The approximate location of all areas to be preserved as buffers or reserved for a public or private use as recreational and open space areas.

7. The approximate location of all wetlands. The approximate location and direction of flow of all streams, creeks and rivers.

8. A vicinity map showing the approximate location of the proposed mobile home or recreational vehicle park.

C. An applicant may submit a written request to waive the pre-submission conference requirement. Applicants who are granted a waiver proceed at their own risk.

(Ord. 2002-17)

18.08.040 Preliminary plan.

A. Applications for a mobile home or recreational vehicle park shall be submitted on forms prescribed by the administrator, including a preliminary map containing the information listed in Section 18.08.050(C). These application forms are the conditional use permit and a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Checklist, if applicable. A check for the application fees, made payable to the Skamania County treasurer, shall be submitted with the applications. These fees are nonrefundable.

B. A preliminary plan shall be submitted with the application. In addition to those items required in Section 18.08.030(B), the preliminary plan maps shall clearly show and identify the following, if applicable:

1. Access roads, interior roads and rights-of-way, to include radii and curvature of proposed roads;

2. The location of all existing and proposed structures, including but not limited to buildings, fences, culverts, bridges, roads, railroads and streets;

3. Proposed mobile home or recreational vehicle park name;

4. The name, address, and telephone number of the applicant;

5. The name, address, and telephone number of the person who prepared the preliminary plan;

6. The boundary lines of the proposed development along with the bearings and lengths of these lines if determined by a survey, or the approximate boundary line lengths if not determined by a survey.

C. A title company report shall be submitted by the applicant for the property being developed which includes a legal description, all easements and encumbrances of record, the status of property taxes, and confirms the ownership interest is vested in the name of the owners whose signatures appear on the application.

D. All applications submitted to the administrator shall be complete with all information. An application lacking sufficient information for review shall be returned by the administrator and shall be accompanied by a written statement citing the reasons for being returned.

E. The planning department will circulate the SEPA Checklist to various state and county agencies, as determined by the administrator on a case-by-case basis, as well as adjacent property owners within three hundred feet of the subject parcel. The department will issue a SEPA determination and a hearing before the hearing examiner will be scheduled for the conditional use permit.

F. The hearing examiner will either approve with conditions, or deny the permit. If approved, the applicant will then have one year in which to submit the final plan and other documentation to show they have met the conditions for their permit. If the permit is denied, the appeal procedures will be explained in the denial. (Skamania County Code Section 21.16.070(D)).

(Ord. 2007-02 (part): Ord. 2002-17)

18.08.050 Final plan.

A. The applicant shall submit a final plan of the park, containing those items listed in Sections 18.08.030(B) and 18.08.040(B), within one year of preliminary plan approval by the hearing examiner, unless the administrator grants an extension. An applicant's request for an extension must be received in the administrator's office at least ten days before the deadline expires. If the administrator finds that the applicant has been duly diligent in attempting to submit a final site plan, the administrator may extend the deadline for an additional six months. The administrator may only grant three extensions.

B. The final plan shall be administratively reviewed and approved if in compliance with the requirements set out herein and any conditions of approval required by the hearing examiner.

C. Final plan for recording:

1. For all small-scale recreational vehicle parks, the final plan shall be clearly drawn on a paper copy of the recorded recreational vehicle perimeter boundary survey.

If there is a recorded survey of the parcel where the park will be located the applicant can use that survey map to draw in the layout of the park, but the recorded survey corners must be in evidence. If the applicant is only going to use a portion of the parcel for the park, the park boundary must be tied to a corner of the existing recorded survey, and that recorded survey corner must be in evidence.

If there is no recorded survey of the parcel, the parcel must be surveyed. If the applicant is only going to use a portion of the parcel for the park, the park boundary must be tied to a corner of the survey.

The applicant may draw those items listed in Sections 18.08.030(B) and 18.08.040(B) in black ink, so long as each item is clearly shown and drawn to the scale shown on the recorded survey of the recreational vehicle park.

2. For large-scale recreational vehicle parks and mobile home parks the final plan, including those items listed in Sections 18.08.030(B) and 18.08.040(B), shall be prepared by a Washington State licensed professional land surveyor.

D. The applicant shall submit to the planning department approval letters from the county engineer and the local health authority prior to the planning department granting final administrative approval of the final plan.

E. The final plan shall be recorded with the Skamania County auditor's office.

Exhibit A-Road requirements

The following are examples of fifty-foot radius curves (Section 18.06.090(C)):

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(Ord. 2007-02 (part): Ord. 2002-17)