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EDITOR'S NOTE: All references to "City Solicitor" in this chapter have been changed to "City Law Director" to reflect the Charter Amendment passed by the electors on May 8, 2001, and upon the adoption of Ordinance 2001-96, passed June 4, 2001.
1181.03 Physical development criteria; general requirements.
1181.04 Minimum gross site area.
1181.05 Determination of net site area available for development.
1181.06 Minimum individual lot area required for residential dwellings.
1181.07 Minimum lot width for residential dwellings.
1181.08 Minimum front yard depth and building setback requirement.
1181.09 Minimum rear yard depth.
1181.10 Minimum side yard width.
1181.11 Perimeter transitional yard requirement.
1181.12 Minimum gross floor area per dwelling unit within multi-household dwellings.
1181.13 Maximum total gross residential floor area permitted.
1181.14 Mixture of dwelling unit types in a planned unit development.
1181.15 Maximum building height.
1181.16 Building orientation and minimum separation for multi-household buildings.
1181.17 Minimum court dimensions for multi-household buildings.
1181.18 Minimum livable open space required.
1181.19 Neighborhood retail business development.
1181.20 Off-street parking requirements for residential dwellings.
1181.22 Accessibility and circulation.
1181.23 Drainage, surfacing and maintenance standards.
1181.25 Screening of trash collection areas.
1181.26 Erosion and sedimentation control.
1181.27 Permitted signs.
1181.28 Submission of plans.
Definitions - see P. & Z. Ch. 1125
Administration, enforcement and penalty - see P. & Z. Ch. 1127
Use districts and Zoning Map - see P. & Z. Ch. 1131
Supplemental district regulations - see P. & Z. Ch. 1137
Nonconforming uses - see P. & Z. Ch. 1171
Off-street parking and loading - see P. & Z. Ch. 1175
Residential planned unit developments (R-PUD) - see P. & Z. Ch. 1177