§ 154.098  BLOCKS.
   (A)   In general, all blocks in a subdivision shall have a maximum length of 1,200 feet.  Blocks subdivided into lots shall be two lot depths in width, except lots along a major thoroughfare which fronts on an interior street.  Block lengths shall not be less than 400 feet.
   (B)   In commercial areas, the block layout shall conform, with due consideration to site conditions, to the best possible layout to serve the buying public, to permit good traffic circulation and the parking of cars, to make delivery and pickup efficient, and to reinforce the best design of the units in the commercial areas.
   (C)   The block layout in industrial areas shall be governed by the most efficient arrangement of space for present use and future expansion, with due regard for worker and customer access parking.
   (D)   In large blocks with interior parks and playgrounds, in exceptionally long blocks where access to a school and/or shopping center is necessary, or where cross streets are impractical or unnecessary, a pedestrian right-of-way at least ten feet wide may be required by the Commission near and through the center of every block over 1,000 feet long and such right-of-way shall be paved with a walk at least five feet wide.
   (E)   Cul-de-sacs, in general, shall not exceed 700 feet in length, except where approved by the Commission to provide for future extension.
(Ord. 1286, passed 6-7-1982)  Penalty, see § 154.999