1262.11  ACCESSORY USES AND STRUCTURES.
   Accessory uses, buildings and structures permitted in single-family residential districts shall conform to the location, coverage, and maintenance standards contained in this Section and Chapter 1274, if applicable.  No accessory building or use shall be established on a lot unless a principal building or use has first been established on the lot in conformance with all applicable provisions of this Zoning Code. 
   (a)   Location Requirements for Accessory Uses.  An accessory building or use permitted in a residential district shall be located as set forth in Table 1262.11.  However, an accessory use shall only be permitted to the extent such use complies with all other accessory use regulations set forth in this Zoning Code.
   (b)   Table 1262.11 Permitted Accessory Structures In Front, Side And Rear Yards:
 
Table 1262.11
Permitted Accessory Structures In Front, Side And Rear Yards
Use
Yard Permitted
Minimum Setback From Lot Line
Front
Side
Rear
1.   Attached accessory buildings and structures
None
(a)
(a)
(a)
2.   Detached accessory buildings, including garages
Side, rear
NP
5 ft.
5 ft.
 
Corner
(b)
5 ft.
5 ft.
 
Through lot
(c)
5 ft.
(c)
3.   Driveways
Front,
corner side, side, rear
NA
NA
5 ft.
4.   Fences, walls
Front,
corner side, side, rear
See Chapter 1274 for setbacks
5.   Outdoor storage of recreation vehicle.  See also Chapter 1274
Side, rear
See Chapter 1274 for setbacks
6.   Private Swimming pools
Rear
NP
See Chapter 1274
See Chapter 1274
               
Notes to Table 1262.11:
(a)   Shall comply with the setback requirements for principal buildings set forth in Table 1262.07.
(b)   Corner lots: No accessory building shall be placed in the yard in which the front of the principal building faces a street as determined by the Zoning Administrator. Accessory buildings may be permitted within the yard with street frontage if such yard is not deemed by the Zoning Administrator to the front of the principal building. The minimum setback of an accessory building shall be determined by the Zoning Administrator so as to not impede visibility of pedestrians and vehicular traffic. An accessory building shall be no closer than seventeen feet from the edge of the road or the edge of the right-of-way line, whichever is further.
(c)   Through lots: No accessory building shall be placed in the yard in which the front of the principal building faces a street as determined by the Zoning Administrator. Accessory buildings may be placed in the yard that is the area behind the principal building and abutting parallel street provided that such structure is placed no closer than seventeen feet from the edge of pavement or ten feet from the back of sidewalk, whichever is further.
NA   Not Applicable.
NP   Not Permitted
 
   (c)   Accessory Buildings.  No more than two (2) accessory buildings shall be located on a single zoning lot.
   (d)   Maximum Area and Rear Yard Coverage of Accessory Buildings and Structures.  The total area of all accessory buildings and structures shall not occupy more than thirty percent (30%) of the rear yard.   
   (e)   Additional Regulations for Parking Areas.  Accessory off-street parking spaces shall be provided in compliance with the parking requirements set forth in Chapter 1284, which shall be located on the same lot as the dwelling served.
   (f)   Swimming Pools.  Private swimming pools for the exclusive use of residents of the premises may be located in any residential district provided they comply with the locational and coverage requirements of accessory structures set forth in this Chapter and the supplemental regulations set forth in Chapter 1274
   (g)   Fences and Walls.  Fences and walls in any residential district shall comply with the regulations in Chapter 1274.
   (h)   Temporary Storage Units.  Temporary storage units, meaning those without a foundation, shall not be permitted in a front or side yard.  They may be placed on a lot, in order to unload or load them, for not more than fourteen (14) days in any six (6) month period, provided they shall not be located in a front yard, except on an impervious surface such as the driveway, during this fourteen (14) day period.
      (Ord. 8-13. Passed 5-14-13; Ord. 15-20. Passed 8-11-20; Ord. 16-20. Passed 8-11-20.)