§ 154.103  TABLE OF PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS.
 
USE
NUMBER OF MINIMUM PARKING SPACES PER UNIT OF MEASURE
Residential
Residential, One-Family and Two-Family
One for each dwelling unit
Residential, Multiple-Family
Two for each dwelling unit
Housing for the Elderly
One for each two units, and one for each employee. Should units revert to general occupancy, then two spaces per unit shall be provided
Trailer Court
One for each trailer site and one for each employee of the trailer court
Institutional
Churches or temples
One for each three seats or six feet of pews in the main unit of worship
Hospitals
One for each one bed
Homes for the aged and convalescent homes
One for each four beds
Elementary and Junior high schools
One for each one teacher, employee or administrator, in addition to the requirements of auditorium
Senior high schools
One for each one teacher, employee, or administrator and one for each ten students, in addition to the requirements of auditorium and stadium, if provided
Private clubs or lodge halls
One for each three persons allowed within the maximum occupancy load as established by local, county or state fire, building or health codes
Private golf clubs, swimming pool clubs, tennis clubs, or other similar uses.
One for each two member families or individuals
Golf courses open to the general public, except miniature or “par-3" courses
Six for each one golf hole and one for each one employee
Stadium, sports arena or similar place of outdoor assembly
One for each three seats plus one for each two employees
Business and Commercial
Planned commercial or shopping center located in any B District
One for each 100 square feet of usable floor area
Auto wash (not self-service)
One for each one employee. In addition, reservoir parking spaces equal in number to five times the maximum capacity of the auto wash for automobiles awaiting entrance to the auto wash shall be provided. Maximum capacity of the auto wash for the purpose of determining the required reservoir parking shall mean the greatest number possible of automobiles undergoing some phase of washing to the same time, which shall be determined by dividing the length in feet of each wash line by 20.
Self-service auto wash (coin operated)
Five for each stall not including space provided in the stall
Beauty parlor or barber shop
Three spaces for each of the first two beauty or barber shop chairs, and 1½ spaces for each additional chair
Bowling alleys
Five for each one bowling lane
Dance halls, pool or billiard parlors, roller skating rinks, exhibition halls, and assembly halls, without fixed seats
One for each three persons allowed within the maximum occupancy load as established by local, county and state fire, building or health codes
Establishments for sale and consumption on the premises of beverages, food, or refreshments
One for each 100 square feet of usable floor space
Furniture and appliance, household equipment, repair shops, showroom of a plumber, decorator, electrician, or similar trade, shoe repair and other similar uses
One for each 800 square feet of usable floor area (For that floor area used in processing, one additional space shall be provided for each two persons employed therein)
Automobile service stations
Two for each lubrication stall, rack, or pit, and one for each gasoline pump
Laundromats and coin operated dry cleaners
One for each two machines
Miniature or “par-3" golf courses
Three for each one hole plus one for each one employee
Motel, hotel, or other commercial lodging establishments
One for each one occupancy unit plus one for each one employee
Motor vehicle sales and service establishments
One for each 200 square feet of usable floor space of sales room and one for each one auto service stall in the service room
Retail stores except as otherwise specified herein
One for each 100 square feet of usable floor space
Offices
Banks
One for each 100 square feet of usable floor space
Business offices or professional offices except as indicated in the following item
One for each 200 square feet of usable floor space
Professional offices of doctors, dentists or similar professions
One for each 100 square feet of usable floor area in waiting rooms, and one for each examining room, dental chair or similar use area
Industrial
Industrial or research establishments
Five, plus one for every 1½ employees in the largest working shift; or one for every 550 square feet of usable floor space; or whichever is determined to be the greater. Space on site shall also be provided for all construction workers during periods of plant construction
Wholesale establishments
Five plus one for every one employee in the largest working shift; or one for every 1,700 square feet of usable floor space, whichever is greater
 
(`73 Code, 15.316, § 5.113)  (Ord. eff. 8-1-67; Am. Ord. passed 1973)