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Part 14-16-5   Development Standards
5-1   DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS
5-1(A)   PURPOSE
The regulations in this Section 14-16-5-1 are established to regulate the size, scale, and location of development throughout the city to maintain appropriate scale and character for each zone district. In particular, this Section 14-16-5-1 provides contextual standards to ensure that any new low-density residential development reinforces the scale and character of residential areas in Areas of Consistency designated in the Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Comprehensive Plan (ABC Comp Plan), as amended.
5-1(B)   APPLICABILITY
   5-1(B)(1)   The standards of this Section 14-16-5-1 apply in any zone district except MX-FB, where development size, scale, location, and massing are regulated by Subsection 14-16-2-4(E) (Mixed-use – Form-based Zone District (MX-FB)).
   5-1(B)(2)   Part 14-16-3 (Overlay Zones) may contain maximum height, maximum or minimum setback, or other dimensional standards that differ from those in this Section 14-16-5-1. In the case of a conflict between the dimensional standards, Overlay zone standards shall prevail.
   5-1(B)(3)   Section 14-16-5-9 (Neighborhood Edges) may contain maximum height, maximum or minimum setback, or other dimensional standards that differ from those in this Section 14-16-5-1. In case of a conflict between the dimensional standards, Neighborhood Edge standards shall prevail.
   5-1(B)(4)   Notwithstanding any standard in this IDO, all development must meet relevant setback standards in Article 14-2 of ROA 1994 (Fire Code).
5-1(C)   RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICTS
   5-1(C)(1)   Residential Zone District Table
   All development in any Residential zone district shall comply with the standards in Table 5-1-1, except under any of the following circumstances, in which case individual standards in the relevant sections prevail over conflicting standards in Table 5-1-1:
   5-1(C)(1)(a)   The project is a residential development of primary buildings in an Area of Consistency, in which case any relevant Contextual Residential Standards in Section 14-16-5-1(C)(2) prevail.
   5-1(C)(1)(b)   A different standard is stated in another section of this IDO, such as an Overlay zone standard in Part 14-16-3 (Overlay Zones) or a Use-specific Standard in Section 14-16-4-3, in which case that standard prevails.
 
Table 5-1-1: Residential Zone District Dimensional Standards
UC-MS-PT = Urban Centers, Main Street areas, and Premium Transit areas as identified in the ABC Comp Plan
BR = bedroom    DU = dwelling units.
Note: Any different dimensional standards in Part 14-16-3 (Overlay Zones) and Section 14-16-5-9 (Neighborhood Edges) applicable to the property shall prevail over the standards in this table.
Zone District
R-A [1]
R-1 [1]
R-MC [2]
R-T [1]
R-ML
R-MH
Site Standards
Lot size, minimum [3]
10,890 sq. ft.
R-1A:
3,500 sq. ft.
2,500 sq. ft. / manufactured home space
Single-family or two-family detached:
3,500 sq. ft.
Townhouse or other allowable use:
2,200 sq. ft.
Single-family or two-family detached:
3,500 sq. ft.
Townhouse or other allowable use:
2,200 sq. ft.
Multi-family: 5,000 sq. ft.
10,000
sq. ft. [4]
R-1B:
5,000 sq. ft.
R-1C:
7,000 sq. ft.
R-1D:
10,000 sq. ft.
Contextual
N/A
Lot width, minimum
75 ft.
R-1A: 25 ft.
40 ft. / manufactured home space
Single-family or two-family detached:
35 ft.
Townhouse or other allowable use: 22 ft.
Single-family or two-family detached: 35 ft.
Townhouse or other allowable use: 22 ft.
Multi-family:
50 ft.
150 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 100 ft.
R-1B: 35 ft.
R-1C:50 ft.
R-1D:70 ft.
Contextual
N/A
N/A
Usable open space, minimum [5]
N/A
N/A
400 sq. ft. / manufactured home space
N/A
Efficiency or 1 BR:
225 sq. ft. / unit
2 BR:285 sq. ft. / unit
=3 BR: 350 sq. ft. / unit
UC-MS-PT: 50% reduction
Setback Standards [6][7][8][9] 167
Front, minimum
20 ft.
R-1A: 10 ft.
15 ft.
10 ft.
15 ft.
15 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft.
R-1B, R-1C:
15 ft.
R-1D: 20 ft.
Front, maximum
N/A
N/A
UC-MS-PT:
10 ft. along 70% of primary street frontage
Side, minimum [10]
10 ft.
R-1A, R-1B,
R-1C:
Interior: 5 ft. [11]
Street side of corner lots:
10 ft.
Interior: 5 ft.
Street side of corner lots:
10 ft.
Interior: 5 ft.
Street side of corner lots: 10 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft.
R-1D: 10 ft.
Side, maximum
N/A
N/A
UC-MS-PT:
Street side of corner lots:
15 ft.
Rear, minimum
25 ft. min
R-1A: 10 ft.
10 ft.
15 ft.
R-1B, R-1C,
R-1D: 15 ft.
Building Height[9] 168
Building height, maximum
26 ft.
38 ft.
48 ft.
UC-MS-PT:
65 ft.
12 ft. Workforce Housing Bonus
No maximum for portions of building >100 ft. from all lot lines
[1] Residential development that qualifies for funding through Article 14-17 of ROA 1994 (Family Housing Developments) may be eligible for development incentives specified in that Article.
[2] In the R-MC zone district, setback standards apply to the entire project site, not to individual manufactured home spaces; however, the minimum distance between dwellings is 10 ft. unless the applicant otherwise demonstrates that the buildings comply with Article 14-2 of ROA 1994 (Fire Code).
[3] Unless specified otherwise in this IDO, minimum lot size and width apply to the lot, not to individual dwelling units.
[4] For lots in the R-MH zone district that do not meet this minimum lot size requirement, development is allowed pursuant to Subsection 14-16-6-8(E)(3).
[5] Usable open space requirements for R-ML and R-MH are for multi-family residential development only. Use-specific standards for some development types require usable open space pursuant to Subsections 14-16-4-3(B)(3)(i) (Dwelling, Cottage Development) and 14-16-4-3(B)(5)(a) (Dwelling, Townhouse).
[6] At corners and junctions with driveways, drive aisles, or alleys, additional clear sight triangle requirements in the DPM may apply.
[7] For all low-density residential development, any driveway on a front or street side lot line must meet the standards in Subsection 14-16-5-3(C)(3)(b) (Driveways, Drive Aisles, and Access).
[8] For buildings constructed on a lot line abutting a privately owned lot that is not under the same ownership as the subject property, Subsection 14-16-5-1(F) (Buildings Constructed on a Lot Line) applies.
[9] Greater setbacks and/or reduced heights may be required for compliance with the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) along lot lines that abut, are adjacent to, or within properties 169 170
that contain overhead power lines and/or electric utility easements. Electric service provision from the Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) will also depend on adequate structure clearance requirements as outlined in the PNM Electric Service Guide.
[10] The minimum side setback for two-family detached (duplex) and townhouse dwellings may vary, pursuant to the Use-specific Standards for those uses in Subsections 14-16-4-3(B)(4) and 14-16-4-3(B)(5), respectively.
[11] In the R-1A sub-zone, one internal side setback may be 0 ft. if the opposite internal side setback is at least 10 ft.
 
   5-1(C)(2)   Contextual Residential Development in Areas of Consistency
   5-1(C)(2)(a)   Applicability
      1.   For the following residential development types, the contextual lot size standards in Subsection (b) below do not apply, and the contextual setback standards in Subsection (c) below apply to the entire project site, not to individual lots or primary buildings:
         a.   Manufactured home communities in the R-MC zone district.
         b.   Cluster development.
         c.   Cottage development.
      2.   All other development in any Residential zone district on blocks where lots have been platted and at least 1 primary building is constructed shall comply with the standards in Subsections (b) and (c) below.
   5-1(C)(2)(b)   Lot Size
   In any Residential zone district in an Area of Consistency, the minimum and maximum lot sizes for construction of new low-density residential development shall be based on the size of the Bernalillo County Tax Assessor’s lot, or a combination of adjacent Tax Assessor’s lots, on the portions of the blocks fronting the same street as the lot where the new low-density residential development is to be constructed, rather than on the size of the individual subdivision lots shown on the existing subdivision plat. 171
      1.   New low-density residential development shall not be constructed on a Tax Assessor’s lot, or combination of abutting Tax Assessor’s lots, that is smaller than 75 percent of the average of the size of the Tax Assessor’s lots, or combinations of adjacent Tax Assessor’s lots, that contain a primary building on those blocks.
      2.   Within UC-MS-PT areas or within 1,320 feet (¼ mile) of DT-UC-MS-PT areas, new low-density residential development on a lot 10,000 square feet or larger shall not be constructed on a Tax Assessor’s lot, or combination of abutting Tax Assessor’s lots, that is smaller than 50 percent of the average of the size of the Tax Assessor’s lots, or combinations of adjacent Tax Assessor’s lots, that contain a primary building on those blocks. 172
      3.   New low-density residential development shall not be constructed on a Tax Assessor’s lot, or combination of abutting Tax Assessor’s lots, that is larger than 125 percent of the average of the size of the Tax Assessor’s lots, or combinations of adjacent Tax Assessor’s lots, that contain a primary building on those blocks. On lots that include sensitive lands or are adjacent to sensitive lands or Major Public Open Space, the lot may be up to 150 percent larger. 173
      4.   In making these calculations, the size of any Tax Assessor’s lot or combination of adjacent tax assessor’s lots containing primary buildings on that block that are not low-density residential development shall be ignored.
      5.   In making the calculations in Subsections 1 through 4 above, any lots owned by the applicant with existing site features that are to be preserved, including but not limited to areas of open space or existing structures, shall not be considered in the contextual standards calculations for lot size.
   5-1(C)(2)(c)   Front Setbacks
   In any Residential zone district in an Area of Consistency, the front setback for construction of new low-density residential development shall be based on the existing front setbacks of primary buildings on adjacent lots:
      1.   If both of the abutting lots facing the same street are low-density residential development, the front setback of any new dwellings shall be between the closer and farther front setbacks of the 2 primary dwellings on the abutting lots. (See illustration below).
      2.   If only 1 of the abutting lots facing the same street is a low-density residential development, the front setback of any new dwellings shall be within 3 feet of the front setback of the existing primary dwelling on the abutting lot or within the front setback required by Table 5-1-1, whichever allows the new buildings to be closer to the street.
      3.   If both of the abutting lots are vacant, but at least 2 adjacent lots facing the same street are low-density residential development, the front setback of any new dwellings shall be between the closer and farther front setbacks of the 2 primary dwellings on adjacent lots or within the front setback required by Table 5-1-1, whichever allows the new buildings to be closer to the street.
      4.   If both of the abutting lots are vacant, but only 1 adjacent lot facing the same street is low-density residential development, the front setback of any new dwellings shall be constructed pursuant to the standards in Table 5-1-1.
 
Contextual Residential Front Setbacks for Low-density Residential Development
 
Contextual Residential Front Setbacks for Cluster and Cottage Development
   5-1(C)(2)(d)   Side Setbacks
   In any Residential zone district in an Area of Consistency, the side setback for construction of new low-density residential development may be based on the minimum side setback in Table 5-1-1 for the relevant zone district or the existing side setbacks of primary buildings on adjacent lots with low-density residential development facing the same street as the lot where the new low-density residential development is to be constructed.
5-1(D)   MIXED-USE ZONE DISTRICTS
   5-1(D)(1)   Mixed-use Zone District Table
   All development in any Mixed-use zone district shall comply with the dimensional standards in Table 5-1-2, unless an exception or a different standard is stated in another section of this IDO. Subsection 14-16-2-4(E) (Mixed-use – Form-based Zone District (MX-FB)) includes dimensional standards for MX-FB sub-zones.
 
Table 5-1-2: Mixed-use Zone District Dimensional Standards
UC-MS-PT = Urban Centers, Main Streets, and Premium Transit areas as identified in the ABC Comp Plan
BR = bedroom    DU = dwelling units.
Note: Any different dimensional standards in Part 14-16-3 (Overlay Zones) and Section 14-16-5-9 (Neighborhood Edges) applicable to the property shall supersede the standards in this table.
Zone District
MX-T
MX-L
MX-M
MX-H
Site Standards
Usable open space, minimum[1]
Efficiency or 1 BR: 225 sq. ft./unit
2 BR: 285 sq. ft./unit
=3 BR: 350 sq. ft./unit
UC-MS-PT: 50% reduction
Setbacks[2][3][4][5] 174
Front, minimum
5 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft.[6]
Front, maximum
N/A
UC-MS-PT: 15 ft.
Side, minimum
Interior: 0 ft.; Street side of corner lots: 5 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft.
Side, maximum
N/A
UC-MS-PT: Interior: N/A; Street side of corner lots: 15 ft.[6]
Rear, minimum
15 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft. where rear lot line abuts a street or alley
Rear, maximum
N/A
Building Height[5] 175
Building height, maximum
30 ft.
38 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 55 ft.
48 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 65 ft.
68 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 75 ft.
No maximum for portions of building >100 ft. from all lot lines
UC-MS-PT-MT:
12 ft. Structured Parking Bonus
UC-MS-PT-MT:
24 ft. Structured Parking Bonus
UC-MS-PT-MT: 12 ft. Workforce Housing Bonus
[1] Usable open space requirements indicated in this table are for multi-family residential development only. Additional usable open space requirements in Subsections 14-16-4-3(B)(3)(i) (Dwelling, Cottage Development) and 14-16-4-3(B)(5)(a) (Dwelling, Townhouse) may apply to low-density residential development in any Mixed-use zone district.
[2] At corners and junctions with driveways, drive aisles, or alleys, additional clear sight triangle requirements in the DPM may apply.
[3] For all low-density residential development, any driveway on a front or street side lot line must meet the standards in Subsection 14-16-5-3(C)(3)(b) (Driveways, Drive Aisles, and Access).
[4] For buildings constructed on a lot line abutting a privately owned lot that is not under the same ownership as the subject property, Subsection 14-16-5-1(F) (Buildings Constructed on a Lot Line) applies.
[5] Greater setbacks and/or reduced heights may be required for compliance with the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) along lot lines that abut, are adjacent to, or within properties that contain overhead power lines and/or electric utility easements. Electric service provision from the Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) will also depend on adequate structure clearance requirements as outlined in the PNM Electric Service Guide. 176 177
[6] In UC-MS-PT areas, all development must meet the standards in Subsection 14-16-5-1(D)(2).
 
   5-1(D)(2)   Urban Center, Main Street, and Premium Transit Areas
   5-1(D)(2)(a)   Where sidewalks are less than 10 feet wide, the minimum front setback shall be 10 feet.
   5-1(D)(2)(b)   A minimum of 50 percent of front property line width must be occupied by the primary building, outdoor seating and gathering area, or outdoor dining area constructed within 15 ft. of the property line.
      1.   On a corner lot, the required minimum of 50 percent must begin at the corner.
      2.   A 3-foot wall and trees spaced 20 feet on center shall be required between any outdoor seating and gathering area or outdoor dining area and a parking or loading area.
   5-1(D)(2)(c)   For lots where there are 2 or more street side lot lines, the maximum side setback applies only to one side.
5-1(E)   NON-RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICTS
   5-1(E)(1)   Non-residential Zone District Table
   All development in any Non-residential zone district other than NR-PO or NR-SU shall comply with the dimensional standards in Table 5-1-3, unless an exception or a different standard is stated in another Section of this IDO.
 
Table 5-1-3: Non-residential Zone District Dimensional Standards
UC-MS-PT = Urban Centers, Main Streets, and Premium Transit areas as identified in the ABC Comp Plan
Note: Any different dimensional standards in Part 14-16-3 (Overlay Zones) and Section 14-16-5-9 (Neighborhood Edges) applicable to the property shall supersede the standards in this table.
Zone District
NR-C
NR-BP
NR-LM
NR-GM
Site Standards
Lot width, minimum
N/A
100 ft.
N/A
Building coverage, maximum
N/A
50%
N/A
Setback Standards [1][2] 178
Front, minimum
5 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 0 ft.
20 ft. [3]
5 ft.
Front, maximum
N/A
UC-MS-PT: 15 ft.
N/A
Side, minimum
0 ft.
10 ft. [3]
0 ft.
Side, maximum
N/A
UC-MS-PT:
Interior: N/A
Street side of corner lots: 15 ft.
N/A
Rear, minimum
0 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 15 ft.
10 ft. [3]
0 ft.
Rear, maximum
N/A
Building Height [2] 179
Building height, maximum
38 ft.
UC-MS-PT: 55 ft.
65 ft.
No maximum for portions of building >100 ft. from all lot lines
No maximum for portions of building >100 ft. from front lot line
[1] At corners and junctions with driveways, drive aisles, or alleys, additional clear sight triangle requirements in the DPM may apply.
[2] Greater setbacks and/or reduced heights may be required for compliance with the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) along lot lines that abut, are adjacent to, or within properties that contain overhead power lines and/or electric utility easements. Electric service provision from the Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) will also depend on adequate structure clearance requirements as outlined in the PNM Electric Service Guide. 180 181
[3] No setback is required on sides abutting rail tracks or rail easements.
 
   5-1(E)(2)   NR-PO and NR-SU Zone Districts
   5-1(E)(2)(a)   NR-PO Zone District
   Dimensional standards in NR-PO sub-zones shall be determined in the approval of a Master Plan, Natural Resource Management Plan, standards specified by the implementing Department, or standards appropriate to a Site Plan approval for a park or open space owned or managed by an entity other than the City.
   5-1(E)(2)(b)   NR-SU Zone District
   Dimensional standards in NR-SU shall be determined in the approval of a Site Plan – EPC as part of the approval of a Zoning Map Amendment to the NR-SU zone district.
5-1(F)   BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTED ON A LOT LINE
If a building is constructed on a lot line abutting a privately owned lot that is not under the same ownership as the subject property, the City may require the owners of both properties to sign a maintenance easement prior to issuance of a building permit to allow future maintenance or repairs of any portions of the building constructed on the lot line.
5-1(G)   EXCEPTIONS AND ENCROACHMENTS
Building height limits apply to all portions of all structures on the property, unless an exception is specified in Table 5-1-4 or any other provision of this IDO. Table 5-1-4 identifies exceptions to required building setback areas and exceptions to building height limits that apply unless specified otherwise in an Overlay zone. Required setback areas other than the exceptions allowed in Table 5-1-4 shall be open and unobstructed from the ground upward.
 
Table 5-1-4: Allowed Exceptions and Encroachments
UC-MS-PT = Urban Centers, Main Streets, and Premium Transit areas as identified in the ABC Comp Plan
Structure or Feature
Conditions or Limits
Encroachments into Required Setback Areas
Accessory building
May encroach any amount into a required side or rear setback, subject to the with Articles 14-1, 14-2, and 14-3 of ROA 1994 (Uniform Administrative Code and Technical Codes, Fire Code, and Uniform Housing Code).
Accessory ground-mounted wind energy system
As specified in Subsection 14-16-4-3(E)(11) (Wind Energy Generation).
Architectural feature including awning, balcony, bay window, canopy, sill, chimney, belt course, cornice, and ornamental feature
May encroach up to 2 ft. into a required side or rear yard setback, but not closer than 3 ft. from any lot line. May encroach any amount into a required front yard setback; encroachments into the public right-of-way require an approved revocable permit.
Carport
As specified in Subsection 14-16-5-5(F)(2)(a)3 (Carports).
Dumpster enclosure
May encroach any amount into a required side or rear setback.
Evaporative cooler
May encroach up to 4 ft. into a required side or rear setback.
Freestanding sign
May encroach into a required setback, but not closer than 3 ft. from any lot line.
Ground-mounted solar collector
Allowed per Section 47-3-4 NMSA 1978.
Open or lattice-enclosed fire escape, fireproof outside stairway, and balcony opening upon smoke towers
May encroach up to 10 ft. into a required rear setback.
Porch 182
May encroach into a required setback, but not closer than 5 ft. from any lot line. May encroach up to the front lot line in UC-MS-PT areas. Any portion that is over a driveway must meet regulations applicable to carports as specified in Subsection 14-16-5-5(F)(2)(a)3 (Carports). 183
Site design element placed directly upon the average lot grade that is less than 18 inches above the surrounding average lot grade, including deck, walkway, step, patio, and terrace
May project into a required setback, except that decks, patios, and terraces above grade may not encroach closer than 3 ft. from any lot line.
Shade structure for low-density residential development
May encroach into a required side or rear setback, but not closer than 3 ft. from any lot line.
No more than 50% of rear yard may be covered by a roof.
No wall to support the structure may be constructed in any setback area.
Swimming pool 184
May encroach into a required setback, but in-ground swimming pools shall not be closer than 5 ft. from any lot line or building.
Wall or fence
As specified in Section 14-16-5-7 (Walls and Fences).
Exceptions to Building Height Limits
Belfry, church spire or tower, flag pole, flue, statue, ornamental tower or spire, chimney, conveyor, cooling tower, cupola or dome, elevator housing, mechanical equipment and related screening (not including any parapet), observation tower, penthouse, smoke enclosure, smoke stack, stage tower or scenery loft, tank, and water tower
Exempt from height limits for primary buildings.
Non-commercial or broadcast antenna
May be up to 65 feet.
Rooftop solar collector
Allowed per Section 47-3-4 NMSA 1978.
Shade structure
In the R-A, R-1, R-T, R-ML, R-MH, and MX-T zone districts, may not exceed 12 ft. in height.
Wind generation device
As specified in Subsection 14-16-4-3(E)(11) (Wind Energy Generation).
Wireless Telecommunications Facility (WTF)
As specified in Subsection 14-16-4-3(E)(12)(d) (Wireless Telecommunications Facility Maximum Height).
 
5-1(H)   UTILITY CLEARANCE
Walls and fences that run parallel to and are contained within utility easements are prohibited. In addition to the building setbacks and encroachments in this Section 14-16-5-1, the Development Process Manual (DPM) or the Facility Plan for Electric System Transmission and Generation, as amended, may have additional requirements for development near utility facilities. See those documents for details.

 

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