§ 156.056  BUILDING FEATURES AND STRUCTURES EXEMPT FROM DISTRICT HEIGHT REGULATIONS.
   (A)   The following architectural features may extend no more than 5 feet above the applicable zoning district height limit:
      (1)   Chimneys;
      (2)   Cupolas/observation towers, provided the floor area of the structure is no greater than 64 square feet, including the stairwell; and
      (3)   Parapet walls and mechanical appurtenances, provided they extend no more than 4 feet above the roof line of the building to which they are attached.
   (B)   Certain structures, including wind turbines, wireless telecommunications systems, and water towers, are allowed to exceed maximum height limitations of the zoning district in which they are located, subject to the standards, limitations, and procedures as set forth in other applicable sections of this chapter.
   (C)   Church spires may extend no more than 30 feet above applicable zoning district height limit.
   (D)   This section shall not apply to variances to the height regulations contained in this chapter, which shall be considered by the Board of Adjustment in accordance with the procedures of § 156.167.
(Ord. 04-23, passed 10-6-2004, § 25; Am. Ord. 10-10, passed 1-5-2011; Am. Ord. 10-13, passed 1-5-2011; Am. Ord. 21-01, passed 6-2-2021)