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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
APRON. That portion of a driveway approach exclusive of side slopes or driveway curb returns extending from the gutter flow line to the property line.
CURB RETURN. The curved portion of a street curb joining the normal curb line of a street with that of an intersecting street, alley or driveway.
CURB SPACE. A continuous length of full-length curb; or, where no curb exists, that space on the public right-of-way reserved for the construction of full-height curb.
DRIVEWAY APPROACH. That portion of a driveway lying in the public right-of-way between the face or roadway of a public street and the property line thereof including both apron and sideslope.
LOT. A lot, parcel, or area of land developed or to be developed as a unit.
SIDE SLOPE. That portion of the driveway approach which provides a transition from the normal curb or sidewalk grade to the grade of the apron by means of a sloping surface. Where a curb return is constructed in lieu of a sloping surface, the side slope shall be deemed to end at the exterior beginning of the curb of such curb return.
('86 Code, § 13.24.010) (Ord. 2888, passed - - )