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All vehicle accessways and parking and loading areas shall comply with the provisions of Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading), except as provided herein.
.010 Location of Required Parking Spaces. All parking areas shall comply with the provisions of Section 18.42.050 (Location of Parking), except as provided herein.
.020 Minimum Parking Requirements. The minimum number, type and design of off-street parking spaces shall comply with the requirements of the Anaheim Municipal Code, if not specifically addressed, except as noted herein.
.030 Hotels, Motels or Vacation Ownership Resorts.
.0301 A minimum of four-fifths (0.8) parking space shall be provided for each guest room or suite unit (with or without kitchenettes).
.0302 Recreational facilities, breakfast rooms, game rooms, gift shops, exercise rooms, or concierge level facilities which only serve in-house guests shall not require additional parking.
.0303 One restaurant/coffee shop for the entire Specific Plan Area, located within a hotel, motel or vacation ownership resort, which caters to primarily in-house guests and has no advertising signage on the exterior of the building, shall not require any additional parking. Said restaurant/coffee shop shall be less than five thousand (5,000) square feet, located within a hotel, motel or vacation ownership resort, and shall not be freestanding. Except as set forth above, restaurant facilities shall provide parking in accordance with all the requirements for restaurants in this chapter.
.0304 Employee parking shall be one-fourth (0.25) parking space per employee.
.0401 Freestanding restaurants adjacent to hotel(s) within the Specific Plan Area, shall be considered to be integrated in a planned development complex; thus, requiring eight (8) spaces per one thousand (1,000) square feet of gross floor area of seating or dining areas.
.0402 Employee parking shall be four (4) spaces per one thousand (1,000) square feet of gross floor area of food preparation area.
.050 Truck Loading. Hotels, motels or vacation ownership resorts with restaurant facilities shall provide a truck loading area, which incorporates a parking stall with minimum dimensions of fifteen (15) feet wide and twenty-five (25) feet long.
Hotels, motels or vacation ownership resorts which do not provide full service restaurant facilities and freestanding restaurants shall include a truck loading area, which incorporates a parking stall with minimum dimensions of twelve (12) feet wide and eighteen (18) feet long.
.060 Layout and Design. The layout and design of open parking areas and parking structures, and vehicle accessways shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading), except as provided herein:
.0601 Where design constraints can be demonstrated, up to twenty-five percent (25%) of the total parking spaces provided shall have a minimum dimension of eight and one-half (8.5) feet wide and sixteen (16) feet long for open parking areas and within parking structures, with or without columns.
.0602 Parking aisles shall have a minimum width of twenty-four (24) feet for surface parking areas, and twenty-three (23) feet within parking structures, with or without columns.
.0603 Standard parking stalls shall have minimum dimensions of eight and one-half (8.5) feet wide and eighteen (18) feet long for open parking areas and within parking structures, with or without columns.
.070 Tour Bus/Shuttle Parking and Passenger Drop-Off Area. Parking for tour buses and/or shuttles and passenger drop-offs shall be located in a centralized location within the Specific Plan Area. The area as shown on Exhibit 24 of the Hotel Circle Specific Plan shall be a minimum of twelve (12) feet wide and eighty (80) feet long, and may be located along Hotel Circle Drive. Said parking facility shall have a covered passenger waiting area. An additional tour bus pickup/drop-off area, with minimum dimensions of twelve (12) feet wide and twenty-five (25) feet long, shall be provided within the Specific Plan Area. Any significant change to the location shall require the approval of the City Traffic and Transportation Manager and Planning Director.
.080 Parking Lot Plan Review. Parking lot plans, including parking structures, shall be subject to review by the Planning Department and the City Traffic and Transportation Manager, as part of the final site plan approval per subsection 18.118.040.020, and shall incorporate the City Standards set forth in this chapter, including the following information:
.0801 Dimensions for internal spacing, circulation and landscaped areas;
.0802 Curbing, stall markings, signing and other traffic control devices;
.0803 Location and height of lighting fixtures;
.0804 Location, dimensions and accessibility of trash containers for refuse trucks;
.0805 Location of fire hydrants and fire accessways;
.0806 Location and height of perimeter walls;
.0807 Tour bus and/or shuttle parking and loading;
.0808 Grade elevations and ramps associated with driving and parking facilities;
.0809 General location of utility devices and other related above-ground features (i.e., utility poles);
.0810 Truck parking/loading areas.
.090 Paving. All permanent off-street parking facilities, including access aisles and driveways, shall be permanently paved. Such surfacing, as well as striping, signing and directional markings, shall be maintained in good condition at all times.
.100 Parking Markings and Separations. All parking spaces shall be clearly and permanently outlined on the surface of the parking facility in accordance with the applicable City Standards on file in the office of the Director of Public Works and Planning Director pertaining to off-street parking and parking structures, except as provided in this chapter. Parking shall be separated from any abutting property line by a minimum six (6)-inch curb, with the exception of driveway areas between properties, where no such curb shall be required. (Ord. 5998 § 80; October 25, 2005.)
.110 Driveway Abandonment. When use of a driveway to a public street is abandoned or otherwise discontinued, the owner, who is in receipt of notice from the Public Works/Engineering Department, shall remove all driveway pavement, curb and gutter, and shall replace the curb, gutter and sidewalk, and landscape the area to match the adjacent landscaped areas in a time frame as established by said Department.
.120 Required Improvement of Parking Areas. All parking areas shall be improved in compliance with Section 18.42.090 (Parking Lot Improvements and Landscaping); provided further that all portions of vehicular parking lots not used for parking stalls or circulation shall be planted, irrigated and maintained.
.130 Parking Structure Landscaping. Parking structures shall have a landscaped area, with a minimum width of five (5) feet provided along the peripheral edges of the parking structure, except where two (2) structures adjoin. Such areas shall be landscaped and maintained with a combination of shrubs, ground cover and trees. Adjacent to any parking structure, trees shall be provided and maintained, consisting of at least one (1) twenty-four (24) inch box tree per each ten (10) linear feet of parking structure. Such trees may be either grouped or equally spaced, as indicated on the typical parking structure elevation contained within the Specific Plan, marked Exhibit No. 28.
.140 Landscape Trees and Shrubs. Trees and shrubs shall conform with the plant palette provided within the Hotel Circle Specific Plan.
.150 Parking Space and Access Design. Layout and design of parking areas and vehicle accessways shall comply with the requirements of Sections 18.42.060 (Parking Dimensions and Access) and 18.42.070 (Parking Lot Design), and the applicable City Standards on file in the office of the Director of Public Works and Planning Director pertaining to off-street parking for non- residential uses and parking structures, except as provided in this chapter. (Ord. 5998 § 81; October 25, 2005.)
.160 Parking Structure Entry Ramps. Entry ramps into parking structures, including split level structures, shall be designed with a maximum twelve and one-half percent (12.5%) slope, provided parking structure entrances are set back a minimum of twenty (20) feet from any public right-of-way.
.170 Maximum Curb Openings per Street Frontage. A maximum of two (2) curb openings shall be permitted for each hotel located along Zeyn Street.
.180 Driveway Separation and Spacing. There shall be a minimum distance of twenty (20) feet between driveways for each lot located along Zeyn Street.
.190 Entry Drive Dimensions. A minimum entry driveway (throat) of twenty (20) feet shall be provided, as measured from the face of street curb to the nearest point of the onsite parking area.
.200 Driveway Width Dimensions. Driveways shall be a minimum of twenty-three (23) feet wide, and a maximum of thirty-five (35) feet wide, with wider widths subject to the approval of the City Traffic and Transportation Manager. (Ord. 5625 § 6; November 18, 1997.)
.210 Curb Return. The curb cut shall have a minimum fifteen (15) foot radius curb return and sight distance clearance in accordance with the applicable Engineering Standard Details on file in the office of the Director of Public Works pertaining to commercial driveway approaches. (Ord. 5444 § 1 (part); August 16, 1994: Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 5998 § 82; October 25, 2005: Ord. 6286 §§ 60 - 62, 64 - 67; September 3, 2013.)