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.010 Residential Uses. Required off-street parking spaces for all single-family residential uses of property shall be located on the same lot as the dwelling unit or, for multiple-family residential units or single-family dwellings, either attached or detached, in a condominium or other common interest development, as defined in Section 1531 of the California Civil Code, the required off-street parking shall be located on the same project site for which such parking is required. The parking spaces and accessways shall at all times be maintained in a manner capable of typical vehicular ingress and egress. All required enclosed parking spaces shall be equipped with a functioning garage door.
.020 Non-Residential Uses–General. For non-residential uses, required off-street parking spaces shall be located on the same lot as the main building for which such parking is required, or on property immediately contiguous, adjacent to, or within close proximity to the lot, provided the parking is located within reasonable walking distance as determined by the Planning Director or his or her designee.
.030 Non-Residential Uses–Shared Parking Arrangements. Subject to the approval of an Shared Parking Permit pursuant to the provisions of Section 18.42.120 of this chapter, non-residential uses may utilize shared parking facilities subject to the following requirements; provided, however that the shared parking will not adversely affect the adjoining land uses.
.0301 On-Site Sharing. Parking may be shared within the same legal property if parking is available as a result of on-site uses having different peak periods of parking demand or differing hours of operation.
.0302 Off-Site Sharing. Parking may be shared between separate legal properties under the following scenarios; provided, however that all property used for such shared parking shall be under joint ownership, or under agreement approved as to form by the City Attorney.
.01 The property on which additional parking is available has parking spaces in excess of the minimum number required by this chapter.
.02 The uses which would share parking have different peak periods of parking demand or differing hours of operation. (Ord. 5920 1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 5998 § 38; October 25, 2005: Ord. 6156 § 15; September 22, 2009: Ord. 6245 § 64; June 5, 2012.)