18.04.040   LOT AREA.
   .010   Density and Minimum Lot Area.  The minimum lot area for single-family residential zones is shown in Table 4-D. The maximum density permitted on a development site shall be the lesser of what is permitted by the following table or the maximum density permitted based on the site’s General Plan land use designation.  The boundaries of the development site used to determine the maximum density permitted by the General Plan is based on the Gross Acre(s) of the property as defined in Section 18.92.040 (Acres, Gross).
 
Table 4-D
MINIMUM LOT AREA:
SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL ZONES
Zone
Minimum Lot Area
Residential Single-Family Hillside   
RH-1
43,560 square feet
RH-2
22,000 square feet (19,000 square feet, not including public and private streets, and public and private easements for ingress and egress
RH-3
10,000 square feet
Residential Single-Family
RS-1
10,000 square feet
RS-2
7,200 square feet
RS-3
5,000 square feet
RS-4
Subject to  18.04.160
 
   .020   Unless specified otherwise, the minimum lot area measurement in Table 4-D excludes public and private streets, alley rights-of-way, and public and private easements for ingress and egress.  The minimum lot area shall consist of contiguous land area, not divided into two (2) or more separate parts by such streets or easements for ingress and egress.
   .030   Building site requirements in Chapter 18.40 (General Development Standards) also apply.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6286 § 1; September 3, 2013.)