In case of mixed uses, the total requirements for off-street parking space shall be the sum of the requirements of the various uses computed separately.
It shall be the joint and separate responsibility of the lessee and owner of the principal use, uses or building to maintain in a neat and adequate manner, the parking space, access ways, striping, landscaping, and required fences or screening.
For multiple-family residential, commercial , industrial and PAD districts, the following shall apply:
1.   Parking areas shall be screened from street view and residential development by a berm and/or wall (minimum of three (3) feet in height), with landscaping.
2.   Except where a wall is required, a minimum six (6) inch high curb or permanently attached or affixed bumper guard shall be constructed so that no part of a vehicle extends beyond the property line.
Off-street parking space shall be connected with a public street by a paved driveway that affords safe and reasonably convenient ingress and egress. The minimum width of driveways shall be forty (40) feet if ingress and egress are the same. If ingress and egress are by separate drives, then the minimum width of each drive shall be twenty (20) feet.
All required parking spaces for non-residential or mixed uses shall be located on the lot upon which the use is located or on an adjacent lot. Required parking spaces for multiple-family, commercial or industrial use may be located on an adjacent lot in another district (other than in a single-family residential district).
If an applicant for a mixed use PAD can demonstrate through a parking study supplied by the applicant and approved by the Development Services Director, or his/her designee, that the peak parking demand for the mixed uses will be less than the sum of the parking spaces required for each use served, a reduction in spaces may be allowed.
1.   The approved joint use parking plan shall specify the typical hours of operation with anticipated periods of greatest parking demand for all uses within the development; and shall indicate the number, location and convenience of pedestrian access of all spaces available to serve each use.
2.   The joint use parking plan shall remain on file with the Development Services Department for the purpose of monitoring the continuing adequacy of available parking.
3.   At the time of joint use parking plan approval, or at any subsequent time when uses, intensities of use or hours of operation, may be expanded or otherwise change, or upon findings that the parking facilities are inadequate, the Development Services Director, or his/her designee, may require additional site area to be provided, and as necessary improved, to supply additional parking facilities.
(Ord. 06-678, passed 11-9-2006)