§ 7.07  LOCATION OF OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES.
   7.07.01   Residential Zones.  The following standards apply in all RR, RS, and RU zones.
   (A)   Required off-street parking spaces must be located on the same lot as the use served, except that off-site parking may be approved as a conditional use.
   (B)   Unenclosed off-street parking spaces are permitted in required front, side or rear setbacks.
   7.07.02   Nonresidential Zones.
   (A)   In all zones other than RR, RS, and RU zones, required off-street parking spaces for permitted uses must be located on the same zoning lot as the building or use served, except that off-site parking may be approved by the Zoning Administrator. In such cases, off-site parking facilities must be located within 600 feet walking distance of the main entrance to the use served. Off-site parking spaces accessory to a use in nonresidential zones may be located in any other nonresidential zone but may not be located in any RR, RS, or RU zone.
   (B)   Off-street parking for conditional uses may be located on another lot than the building or use being served is located, when approved as part of the conditional use application, provided that the parking is located 600 feet walking distance of the main entrance to the use served.
   (C)   Permitted uses in the CRG and CRL zones may utilize off-street parking as is available within 1,000 feet of the use served. Public parking in this area may be used to fulfill parking requirements. If parking is not exclusively available for the use, the owner or operator must provide a study documenting that adequate parking is available for the use, recognizing the specific peak hour and turnover characteristics of the use in question and other users of the parking facilities.
   7.07.03   Driveways.  Entrances, exits, or driveways may not be computed as any part of a required parking lot or area, except in the case of residential zones, where access driveways may be used to satisfy off-street parking requirements.
(Ord. O-37-06, passed 8-15-06; Am. Ord. O-56-06, passed 11-15-06)