“Accessory structure” means any building other than the dwelling unit or main structure erected on the site.
“Community building” means a facility used for the common welfare of all persons.
A “factory-assembled home” is defined as either:
(a) A factory-built structure that was constructed in accordance with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requirements and bearing an appropriate Department of Labor and Industries insignia indicating such compliance; or
(b) A factory-built structure designed for human occupancy, which is entirely or substantially prefabricated or assembled at a place other than a building site and is transported to a building site on streets or highways and there affixed to a permanent foundation. A factory-assembled home must be constructed to International Building Code standards as adopted by the City of Pasco for on-site construction, the Washington State Energy Code and all other uniform codes adopted by the City of Pasco governing the construction of residential structures.
“Home site” means a reasonably level, adequately drained parcel of definite size, clearly indicated by corner markers, for the placing of a site-built home, a factory-assembled home or mobile home.
“Health Officer” means the Benton-Franklin Health District.
“Mobile home” means a factory-built dwelling built prior to June 15, 1976, to standards other than the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Code, and acceptable under applicable state codes in effect at the time of construction or introduction of the home into the state (RCW 59.20.030(8).)
“Partnership person” means any person, firm, corporation, companies, tenants, owners, lessees, or licensees, and their agents, heirs and assigns.
“Recreational vehicle” means a travel trailer, motor home, truck camper, or camping trailer that is primarily designed and used as temporary living quarters, is transient and is either self-propelled or mounted on or drawn by another vehicle.
“Residential park” means a tract of land five acres or larger designed and developed to accommodate two or more site-built homes, factory-assembled homes or mobile homes as individual single-family dwelling units. Said parks are held under single ownership or management.
“Service building” means a building having either laundry facilities or maintenance facilities, or a combination of such uses.
“Sewer connection” means all pipes, fittings, and appurtenances from the drain outlet of the site-built home, the factory-assembled home or mobile home to the inlet of the corresponding sewer pipe of the sewerage system serving the residential parks.
“Sewer riser pipe” means that portion of the sewage collection line which extends vertically and terminates above ground elevation to permit hookup with the site-built home, factory-assembled home or mobile home sewer connection.
“Water connection” means all pipes, fittings, and appurtenances from the water riser pipe to the water inlet pipe of the site-built home, the factory-assembled home or mobile home distribution system.
“Water riser pipe” means that portion of the water supply system serving the site-built home, the factory-assembled home or mobile home which extends vertically above ground elevation and terminates at a designated point at each home lot. [Ord. 3951, 2009; Ord. 3731 § 28, 2005; Ord. 3300 § 2, 1998; Ord. 3209 § 1, 1997; Ord. 2446 § 1, 1983; Ord. 1843 § 2, 1977; Code 1970 §§ 19.04.020 – 19.04.160.]