1153.03  ACCESSORY BUILDINGS OR STRUCTURES.
   (a)    Accessory buildings in all districts shall comply with the following:
(1)    No accessory building or structure, other than a fence, may be erected within any required setback except the rear yard setback shall be a minimum of five feet, except for through lots.
(Ord. 1990-44. Passed 5-15-90.)
A.    Exception: For setbacks pertaining to signs, see Section 1157.04.
(2)    Accessory buildings or structures shall be included in the determination of the lot coverage and the floor area/lot area ratio;
A.    Exception: The accessory building or structure floor area shall not be included within the required residential floor area.
   (b)    Accessory buildings and structures in all residential districts shall comply with the following:
(1)    No detached accessory building or structure other than a fence may be erected in any yard other than a rear yard;
A.    Exception: On corner lots, accessory buildings or structures may be erected or placed in side yards provided that they are set back from the street at least as far as the principal building on the same lot and meet all other lot and building requirements for the zoning district in which it is located.
(2)    No detached accessory building or structure or any combination of accessory buildings or structures may occupy more than forty percent (40%) of the rear yard extending from the building setback line to the rear lot line; and further providing that all other lot coverage requirements are met;
(3)    No detached accessory building shall exceed fifteen feet in height;
(4)    Any accessory building, if not located in the rear yard, shall be attached to the principal building and shall be so placed as to meet all yard requirements for a principal building within the district.
(Ord. 1985-40. Passed 8-6-85.)