§ 150.053  OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   Off-street parking shall be provided for motor vehicles, and the minimum number of parking spaces to be provided is shown in the following list. These parking spaces must be located to assure clear vision areas at street intersections and be located in a manner that will not create a traffic problem.
Parking Requirements
Land Use
Space Required
Parking Requirements
Land Use
Space Required
Single and two family dwelling, recreational structures
2 per dwelling unit
Rooming houses, fraternities, sororities, dormitories, convalescent homes and housing for the elderly
0.4 times maximum lawful number of occupants
Hotels and motels
1.2 per room in addition to spaces required for restaurant facilities
Apartments and townhouses
2 per dwelling unit
Churches, theaters, facilities for spectator sports, auditoriums, concert halls
0.35 times the seating capacity
Golf courses
7 per hole
Barber shops and beauty parlors
2 plus 1.5 per chair
Bowling alleys
5 per lane in addition to spaces required for restaurant facilities
Day-care centers
2 per dwelling unit plus 1 additional space per 5 children of licensed authorized capacity
Fast food take-out establishments, drive-in restaurants
1 per 150 square feet of floor space plus 1 space per 2 employees per shift, plus a minimum of spaces stacking capacity if a drive thru exists
Restaurants (except drive-ins)
1 per 150 square feet of floor space plus 1 space per 2 employees per shift
Furniture and appliance stores
1 per 300 square feet of floor space
Household equipment, carpet and hardware stores, repair shops including shoe repair, contractor's showrooms and other, museums and galleries
1 per 200 square feet of floor space
Funeral parlors
1 per 50 square feet of floor space
Gas stations
1 per pump, plus 2 per lift (in addition to parking places adjacent to pumps)
Automotive service centers
1 per employee plus 2 per service bay
Laundromats
1 per washing machine
Doctor's and dentist's offices
1 per 100 square feet of waiting room area and 1 per doctor or dentist
Banks
1 per 300 square feet of floor space
Warehouses
1 per 1,500 square feet of floor space or 1 per employee at peak shift, whichever is greater
Retail stores and service
1 per 200 square feet of floor space and outdoor sales space
Offices
1 per 300 square feet of floor space
Other businesses and industrial uses
0.75 times the maximum number of employees on the premises at any one time
 
   (B)   Where calculation in accordance with the foregoing lists results in requiring a fractional space, any fraction less than one-half shall be disregarded and any fraction of one-half or more shall require one space.
   (C)   Required off-street parking shall be provided on the lot or adjacent to which it pertains.
   (D)   The use of any required parking space for the storage of any motor vehicle for sale, or for any other purpose other than the parking of motor vehicles is prohibited.
   (E)   Handicapped parking. No individual, co-partnership, association or corporation, or their lessees, agents or assigns, shall operate or maintain a parking area or a shopping center parking area unless that parking area provides spaces specifically designated for disabled persons in compliance with the state construction code promulgated pursuant to Public Act No. 230 of 1972 (M.C.L.A. §§ 125.1501 et seq.), as required by section 2 of Public Act No. 1 of 1966 (M.C.L.A. § 125.1352).
(Ord. § 409, passed 9-14-2009; Ord. § 409, passed 11-9-2015)