18.06.070   FLOOR AREA.
   .010   Floor Area – Single-Family.  The minimum floor area for single-family detached dwellings is one thousand two hundred twenty-five (1,225) square feet.
   .020   Floor Area – Residences Other than Single-Family Detached.  The minimum floor area for single-family attached, two-family, and multiple-family dwellings in the multiple-family residential zones is shown in Table 6-G.
 
Table 6-G
FLOOR AREA:  MULTIPLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL ZONES
Zone
Minimum Floor Area for Attached Single-Family, Two-Family, and Multiple-Family Dwellings
RM-1
Subject to 18.06.160
RM-2
Studio units:  550 square feet; provided, however, that the number
of studio units shall not exceed 20% of the total number of units.
One-bedroom units:  750 square feet
Two-bedroom units:  950 square feet
Three-bedroom units:  1,150 square feet
Four-bedroom units:  1,350 square feet
RM-3
Studio units:  550 square feet; provided, however, that the number
of studio units shall not exceed 20% of the total number of units.
One-bedroom units:  700 square feet
Two-bedroom units:  825 square feet
Three-bedroom units:  1,000 square feet
More than a three-bedroom unit:  1,000 square feet, plus 200 square feet for each bedroom over three
RM-3.5
Same as RM-3
RM-4
Same as RM-3
 
   .030   Calculations.  For purposes of this section, a "Bedroom" is a private habitable room planned or used for sleeping, separated from other rooms by a door or a similar partition. Further, all rooms (other than a living room, family room, dining room, bathroom, hall, lobby, closet or pantry) having seventy (70) square feet or more of floor area, or less than fifty percent (50%) of the total length of any wall open to an adjacent room or hallway, shall be considered a "Bedroom." 
(Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6436 § 8; April 24, 2018.)