Calculations to determine the required number of parking spaces, and the design of the space shall consider:
A.   Minimum standards for parking space allocation shall be subject to the requirements of this Ordinance.
B.   The maximum number of parking spaces provided shall not exceed the minimum number of spaces and an additional twenty (20) percent of parking spaces, except as otherwise provided in this Ordinance.
C.   Parking lots shall be designed with a clear hierarchy of circulation with major access drives providing access from the major street, major circulation drives forming circulation through the parking area, and parking aisles whose purpose is to provide access to parking spaces.
D.   Reciprocal access between adjacent commercial developments is required.
E.   Large parking lots shall be divided into a series of smaller lots of approximately one hundred-fifty (150) spaces each, using raised landscape island(s) at least ten (10) feet in width, and at least five hundred (500) square feet in total area, located along the sides of the parking areas to separate large parking areas. Walkways should be considered as part of these landscape areas. Raised landscape strips at least five (5) feet wide and at least ninety-five (95) square feet in total area, should be located on the ends of parking rows, extending the full length of parking spaces. Additional landscape islands should be considered in the interior of the individual parking areas to provide shade and break up large expanses of parking area.
F.   Parking areas may be combined and share the required landscape buffers.
G.   Parking lots shall be separated from the sides of buildings by a raised walkway (with a minimum width of six (6) feet).
H.    Alternative Design Standards: To provide flexibility in design and development of projects, alternative design standards are provided. The total number of parking spaces may be increased by ten (10) percent, above the maximum, however in no case may the total number of parking spaces be increased by more than forty (40) percent above the base maximum allowed.
I.   In the case of fractional results in calculating parking requirements, the required number shall be rounded up to the nearest whole number if the fraction is 0.5 or greater.
J.   All uses not specifically designated, or similar to a specified use, shall have parking space requirements determined by the Zoning Administrator.
K.   Handicapped parking spaces: in multiple-family, commercial (excluding health care uses), and industrial districts, handicapped parking spaces shall be provided at the ratio of one (1) space for the first twenty (20) parking spaces provided, and one (1) space every twenty five (25) thereafter.
L.   Handicapped parking spaces ratio for health care uses shall be as following:
1 - 10 Spaces
Require 1 HC Space
11 - 20 Spaces
Require 2 HC Spaces
21 - 30 Spaces
Require 3 HC Spaces
31 - 50 Spaces
Require 4 HC Spaces
51 - 75 Spaces
Require 5 HC Spaces
1 HC Space
Each 25 thereafter
M.   Handicapped Parking Spaces shall use the “Universal Parkin g Space” dimensions for all new handicapped spaces within the Town.
Parking Space Allocation Requirements
Single residences, duplexes, detached dwellings
2 spaces per dwelling unit
Mobile home
1 space per unit
Multiple residence, apartments:
Efficiencies, studios
1 space per dwelling unit 
One-two bedroom unit
1.5 spaces per dwelling unit 
Two + bedroom unit
2 spaces per dwelling unit 
All apartment developments with 5 or more units shall also provide guest parking and recreational vehicle parking
1 space per 10 dwelling unit s
Condominium, Townhomes
2 spaces per unit plus 1 guest space for each additional and 1 recreational vehicle space for each 10 units
Boarding house or similar facility
2 spaces per unit plus 1 guest space for each additional and 1 recreational vehicle space for each 10 units
Public Assembly and Schools:
Churches and clubs, lodges and fraternal buildings, assembly halls, funeral homes, community centers, libraries, auditoriums and theaters
1 space for each 75 sq. ft. of net useable floor area used for public assembly
Schools, kindergarten through ninth grade
1 space per 375 sq. ft. net useable floor area
High schools, academies, colleges, universities, trade or vocational schools
1 space per 200 sq. ft. net useable floor area
Health Care:
Medical or dental offices and out-patient
1 space per 150 sq. ft. net useable floor area clinics
Hospitals and nursing and convalescent homes
1 space per 400 sq. ft. net useable floor area
Day care center/nurseries
1 space per 375 sq. ft. net useable floor area, but not less than 5
Retail and Other Commercial Developments:
Retail and other commercial developments
1 space per 300 sq. ft. net useable floor area
Independent Commercial Buildings and Uses
General offices/retail and services
1 space per 300 sq. ft. net useable floor area
General auto repair - garage, service station, car wash and drive-through lubrication shops
1 space per 300 sq. ft. net useable floor area, including service bays, wash tunnels and retail areas
Hotel and motel
1 space per room or suite or rooms plus 1 space for each 25 rooms for truck trailers and recreational vehicles, such space of to be 10 x 75 feet
Restaurant, bar
1 space per 50 sq. ft. net useable floor area and outdoor seating area
Outdoor sales and service areas (car lots, plant nurseries, building supplies, and the like)
1 space per 375 sq. ft. net useable floor area, of sales and service building, but not less than 4 spaces per use
Commercial greenhouses
1 space per 900 sq. ft. net useable floor area
Bowling alleys
5 spaces per lane plus ancillary use requirements
1 space for every 3 patron seats
Golf course
1 space per 2 practice tees in driving range plus 4 spaces per green plus ancillary use requirements
Miniature golf, amusement parks and water slides
1 space per 500 sq. ft. outside recreation area
Health spas/clubs, gyms & tennis, handball, racquetball courts/clubs
1 space per 100 sq. ft. net useable floor area, excluding courts, which require 2 spaces per court
Skating rinks, dance halls
1 space per 75 ft. net useable floor area used for recreational activities and ancillary use requirements
Industrial buildings and Uses:
Industrial buildings and uses
2 spaces for every 3 employees on the shift with the greatest number of employees
Independent Industrial buildings and Uses:
1 space per 900 sq. ft. net useable floor area
1 space per 600 sq. ft. net useable floor area
Mini storage buildings
5% of the number of units
(Ord. 06-678, passed 11-9-2006; Ord. 10-729, passed 7-22-2010; Ord. 11-738, passed 1-11-2011; Ord. 15-798, passed 6-23-2015)