(a)   Authorized accessory buildings may be erected as a part of the principal building or may be connected to it by a roofed over porch, patio, breezeway or similar structure, or they may be completely detached. If attached to the principal building, an accessory building shall be made structurally a part of it and shall comply in all respects with the requirements applicable to the principal building. An accessory building not attached and not made a part of the principal building as provided in the preceding statement shall not be nearer than 10 feet from any other separate structure on the same lot.
   (b)   Dimensional Requirements.
      (1)   Accessory building shall not exceed a height of 18 feet.
      (2)   No accessory building shall project into any front yard.
      (3)   No accessory building, including detached garages, shall be closer than 5 feet to any lot line of a rear yard.
      (4)   No accessory building, including garages, shall be erected closer to any side lot line than the permitted distance within that district for principal buildings; except in a residential district when an accessory building is located 10 feet or more to the rear of the principal building, then the accessory building shall be no closer than 5 feet to the side lot line.
      (5)   No accessory building shall be closer to the side street lot line than the side yard setback of the principal building on the lot. Where the rear line of a corner lot coincides with the side line of an adjoining lot in a residential district, an accessory building shall not be closer than 8 feet to the common lot line.
      (6)   An accessory building shall not occupy more than 30% of the area of any rear yard.
      (7)   In no case shall the entrance to a garage be less than 25 feet from a street right-of-way line.
(Ord. 2022-02. Passed 4-11-22.)