8-2-4:    SCHEDULE OF BUILDING HEIGHT AND LOT AREA REGULATIONS:
   OFFICIAL HEIGHT AND AREA REGULATIONS
 
Zoning District
Maximum Height
Minimum Yard Setbacks
Note Conditions A To E*
Maximum Lot Covered F And J*
Minimum Lot Area
(Acres Or Square Feet) H*
Minimum Lot Width I*
Front
Rear
Interior Side
Street Side
A
60'
60'
30'
30'
45'
10%
20 acres
100'
A-R
35'
60'
30'
30'
45'
10%
4.7 acres
100'
R-E
35'
50'
30'
20'
35'
15%
1.8 acres
100'
R-1
35'
30'
30'
15'
30'
35%
37,000
100'
R-2
35'
30'
30'
10'
20'
40%
17,000
75'
R-3
35'
30'
25'
7.5'
20'
40%
10,000
75'
R-4
35'
20'
25'
7.5'
20'
40%
8,000
70'
R-5
35'
20'
25'
7.5'
20'
40%
7,000
70'
R-6 to R-25
35'
20'
25'
7.5'
20'
60%
7,000
50'
L-O
35'
20'
20'
7.5'
20'
60%
2,000
25'
C-1
35'
15'
0'
0'
10'
50%
2,000
25'
C-2
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
1,300
25'
C-3
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
1,300
25'
CBD
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
500
25'
M-1
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
n/a
25'
BP
35'
20'
0'
0'
20'
50%
n/a
25'
M-2
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
n/a
25'
M-3
35'
0'
0'
0'
0'
92%
n/a
25'
MU
35'
20'
20'
7.5'
20'
50%
5,000
50'
 
*Note Conditions:
   A.   Setback reductions (to be measured from the foundation to the property line):
      1. Building eaves may extend no more than 2 feet into any setback;
      2. Open structures such as porches, canopies, balconies, platforms, carports, covered patios and similar architectural projections shall be considered part of the building to which they are attached and shall not project more than 15 feet into the required rear yard setback provided that the remaining setback distance is no less than 10 feet.;
      3. Open porches for residential dwelling units shall not project more than 5 feet into the required front yard setback provided that the remaining setback distance is no less than 15 feet;
      4.   A single-family dwelling unit that utilizes a side entry garage shall be permitted to have a 5 foot reduction in the minimum required front yard setback provided that the distance is no less than 20 feet, and no less than 15 feet within the MU zoning district, measured from the foundation of the garage to the property line;
      5.   Upon the submittal of the waiver application and findings adopted by the zoning administrator addressing compliance with the following criteria, accessory structures may be permitted to be located within a minimum of 15 feet of the rear property line:
         a.   Be compatible with the scale and design of the structures and overall existing development pattern of the surrounding area;
         b.   Not impair reasonable or appropriate use of adjoining properties;
         c.   Not result in greater impacts on natural resources;
         d.   Not impair sight distances on public or private roads; and
         e.   If authorized, the waiver may only be granted for the minimum amount necessary to achieve the stated purpose of the waiver sought.
         f.   The applicant shall provide written approval of the setback reduction from all adjoining property owners at the time of application submittal. If written approval cannot be obtained, then the city shall notify the adjoining property owners and inform them in writing about the applicant's setback reduction. The adjoining property owners shall have 10 calendar days from the decision date to appeal. In the event of a denial, the applicant shall be allowed to appeal the zoning administrator's decision. If no appeal is submitted, the decision is final.
   B.   Additional 5 feet per story side setback is required for multi-story structures. Height not to exceed maximum allowed within the zone.
   C.   All residential buildings in other than agricultural or residential districts must meet residential official height and area regulations.
   D.    Front yard setback from arterial and collector streets (as identified on the master street map typologies map in the Eagle comprehensive plan) is 30 feet in all residential zoning districts.
   E.    Street side setback on arterial and collector streets (as identified on the master street typologies map in the Eagle comprehensive plan) is 25 feet in all residential zoning districts.
   F.   In order to stimulate the rehabilitation and revitalization of the existing neighborhoods where the currently platted residential lots are less in size than the 7,000 square feet per dwelling unit, applicants desiring to exceed the authorized 40 percent maximum lot coverage may apply for a conditional use permit.
   G.   All front load garages shall be set back a minimum of 25 feet from the back of sidewalk.
   H.   All lots with street side frontage, excluding lots within zoning districts A, A-R, R-E and R-1, shall have a minimum lot area that is 10 percent larger than shown in this table.
   I.   Lot width shall be determined as follows: The distance between side lot lines measured at a point midway between the front and rear lot lines. Minimum lot frontage, the portion of a lot front adjacent to a public or private street, for all residential zoning districts shall be 35 feet.
   J.   Childcare facilities, churches, nursing/convalescent homes (which include senior assisted living facilities), schools (public or private), which are proposed within an agricultural district (A), agricultural-residential district (A-R), and/or residential-estates district (R-E) shall be permitted an increase of the maximum lot coverage from 10 percent to 24 percent.
(Ord. 566, 5-15-2007; amd. Ord. 686, 10-23-2012; Ord. 699, 5-28-2013; Ord. 820, 12-10-2019)