§ 151.132  OFF-STREET PARKING.
   Areas suitable for parking or storing automobiles in off-street locations shall hereafter be required in all districts at the time of the initial construction of any principal building producing an increase in dwelling units, guest rooms, floor area, seating or bed capacity or when a conversion in use occurs. Off-street parking spaces shall have direct access to a street or alley and shall be provided and maintained in accordance with the following requirements.
 
Required Parking
RESIDENTIAL ACTIVITIES
Any residential use, including a mobile home on individual lots, consisting of one or more dwelling units
1 space for each dwelling unit and/or mobile home
Group dwellings
1 space for each 2 bedrooms
Hotels
1 space for each 3 guest rooms, plus 1 space for each 5 employees
Mobile home parks
1 space for each mobile home space
Tourist homes, boarding houses and motels
1 space for each accommodation, plus 1 space for each 3 employees
PUBLIC AND SEMI -PUBLIC ACTIVITIES
Hospitals, clinics and nursing homes
1 space for each 2 beds, plus 1 space for each staff or visiting doctor, plus 1 space for each 4 employees including nurses at maximum employment on a single shift
Public or private golf courses, public beach areas and other open public areas
No less than 100 total spaces
BUSINESS ACTIVITIES
Banks
1 space, plus an additional space for each 300 square feet and additional fractions thereof of gross floor space
Car sales, house and truck trailer sales, outdoor equipment and machinery sales, commercial nurseries
4 spaces for each sales person, plus 1 for each 2 other employees
Churches, spiritual institutions and places of indoor or outdoor public assembly, with fixed seats, including private clubs
1 space for each 2 staff members or employees, plus 1 space for each 4 seats in the principal assembly room
Doctors and dentists offices
5 spaces per doctor or dentist
Funeral homes
1 space for each 4 seats in chapel or parlor, plus sufficient space to park or store all company vehicles
Kindergartens, elementary and junior high schools
1 space for each classroom and administrative office
Other professional and business offices, including animal hospitals
2 spaces, plus an additional space for each 300 square feet and additional fractions thereof of gross floor space
Places indoor without including of assembly or recreation fixed seats, private clubs
1 space for each 200 square feet and additional fractions thereof of gross area directed to patron use
Public buildings
1 space for each 200 square feet and additional fractions thereof of gross floor space
Restaurants, theaters, night clubs and other such public of places assembly
1 space 4 accommodations, plus 1 space for each 2 employees on shift of greatest employment
Retail businesses, not otherwise specifically mentioned
1 space, plus an additional space for each 200 square feet, and additional fractions thereof, of retail space
Senior high schools
1 space for each classroom and administrative office, plus 1 space for each 20 seats or 1 space for each 400 square feet and additional fractions thereof of area, used for public assembly whichever is greater
Service and repair establishments, not otherwise specifically mentioned
1 space, plus an additional space for each 250 square feet, and additional fractions thereof, of floor area not used for storage
Service stations
2 spaces for each gasoline pump, plus 3 spaces for each grease rack or wash rack
WHOLESALE AND INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES
Air or train terminals
1 space for each 2 employees at maximum employment on a single shift, plus 1 space for each company vehicle operating from the premises, plus at least 25 spaces for the general public
Wholesaling and industrial uses including lumber, brick, coal, junk and supply yards
1 space for each 2 employees at maximum employment on a single shift, plus 1 space for each company vehicle operating from premises
 
(Ord. 97-04, passed 12-19-1996)