18.06.060   STRUCTURAL HEIGHTS.
   The height requirements in this section for the multiple-family residential zones apply in addition to the Structural Height Limitations in Chapter 18.40 (General Development Standards), and are also impacted by the minimum structural setbacks as required in Section 18.06.090.
   .010   Height – Multiple-Family and Single-Family Detached Structures.  The maximum height for multiple-family and single-family detached structures is shown in Table 6-F.
 
Table 6-F
MAXIMUM STRUCTURAL HEIGHT: 
MULTIPLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL ZONES
Zone
Maximum Structural Height
RM-1
40 feet; but may be modified pursuant to 18.06.160
RM-2
40 feet; provided, however, that buildings exceeding 40 feet or 3 stories in height may be permitted by conditional use permit.
RM-3
40 feet; provided, however, that buildings exceeding 40 feet or 3 stories in height may be permitted by conditional use permit.
RM-3.5
40 feet; provided, however, that buildings exceeding 40 feet or 3 stories in height may be permitted by conditional use permit.
RM-4
40 feet; provided, however, that buildings exceeding 40 feet or 3 stories in height may be increased to 4 stories by conditional use permit.
 
   .020   Accessory Buildings.  All accessory structures, including but not limited to, garden and storage sheds and recreation structures, shall not exceed a height of one (1) story or fifteen (15) feet, whichever is less.  (Ord. 5944  4; September 28, 2004.)
   .030   Height Limitations Near Single-Family Residential Zones.  The maximum height of a building located within one hundred fifty (150) feet of a single-family residential zone is shown in the chart in subsection 18.06.090.040. 
(Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 6316 § 3; March 3, 2015:  Ord. 6382 § 24; October 18, 2016:  Ord. 6436 § 7; April 24, 2018.)