18.92.150   "L" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   "Landing."  A platform without a roof, situated between flights of stairs, or at the head or foot of a flight of stairs.
   "License Collector." The License Collector of the City of Anaheim, or his/her designated representative.
   "Liquor Store."  A retail establishment in which the primary use is the sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premises consumption.
   "Living Area."  The area within a single-family house, excluding the attic, basement and garage.
   "Loading Space."  An off-street space on the same lot with a building, or contiguous to a group of buildings, for the temporary parking of a commercial vehicle while loading or unloading merchandise or materials.
   "Lot." (1) A parcel of real property shown as a delineated parcel of land, with a number or other designation, on a plat recorded in the Office of the County Recorder of Orange County, on or before November 25, 1975; or (2) a parcel of real property, lawfully created, not delineated as in (1) above, and except as provided for in Section 18.10.120 (Street Frontage/Land Subdivision) abutting at least one public street, private street with direct legal vehicular access to a public right-of-way, or alley, and held under separate ownership from adjacent property prior to November 25, 1975; or (3) a parcel of real property, lawfully created, not delineated as in (1) above, and containing an area not less than the prescribed minimum square footage and lot width required for the zone in which it is located, and abutting at least one public street, private street with direct legal vehicular access to a public right-of-way, or alley, if the same was a portion of a larger piece of unsubdivided real property held under single ownership prior to November 25, 1975.
   "Lot Area."  The total horizontal area within the boundary lines of a lot.
   "Lot, Corner."  A lot situated at the intersection of two (2) or more streets, having an angle of intersection of not more than one hundred thirty-five (135) degrees.
   "Lot Coverage."  The percentage of the lot covered by buildings or structures, including all covered parking spaces, but not including walkways and driveways; swimming pools and semi-enclosed patio structures are not included in single-family residential zones; and recreational-leisure buildings and facilities are not included in multiple-family residential zones.
   "Lot, Depth."  The depth of a lot shall be the horizontal length of a straight line, connecting the bisecting points of the front and the rear lot lines.
   "Lot, Flag."  A lot with vehicular access provided from the street to the bulk of the lot by means of a narrow corridor.
   "Lot Frontage."  The property line or lines of a lot that abut a public or private street or other recorded vehicular accessway.
   "Lot, Interior."  A lot other than a corner lot.
   "Lot, Key."  The first lot to the rear of a reversed corner lot, whether or not separated by an alley.
   "Lot Line, Front."  In the case of an interior lot, a line separating the lot from the public right-of-way (excluding alley); in the case of a corner lot, the line separating the narrowest street frontage from a public right-of-way.
   "Lot Line, Rear."  A lot line that is opposite and most distant from the front lot line.  For the purpose of establishing the rear lot line in the case of an irregular, triangular or gore-shaped lot, a line ten (10) feet in length within the lot and farthest removed from the front lot line, and at right angles to the line comprising the depth of such lot, shall be used as the "Rear Lot Line."
   "Lot Line, Side."  Any lot boundary line not a front lot line or a rear lot line.
   "Lot, Reversed Building Frontage."  A corner lot in a single-family residential zone, on which the dwelling is constructed so as to front onto the street lot line with the longest street frontage.
   "Lot, Reversed Corner."" A corner lot, the side street line of which is substantially a continuation of the front lot line of the corner upon which it rears.
   "Lot, Through."  A lot having frontage on two (2) parallel or approximately parallel streets.
   "Lot Width."  The horizontal distance between the side lot lines, measured at the front setback line.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6101 § 62; April 22, 2008:  Ord. 6245 § 95; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6493 § 26; September 29, 2020.)