9-1-5-5: OFF SITE PARKING REGULATIONS:
   A.   Ownership Of Off Site Parking Sites: When required parking facilities are provided on land other than the zoning lot on which the building or use served is located, they shall be and remain in the same possession or ownership as the zoning lot occupied by the building or use to which the parking facilities are accessory.
   B.   Special Use For Off Site Parking: No off site parking facilities shall be authorized unless a special use is granted in accordance with the procedures outlined in section 9-1-6-10 of this ordinance. The board must make findings that the common ownership or possession of the zoning lot and the site of the parking facilities are reasonably certain to continue and that the off site parking facilities will be maintained at all times during the life of the proposed use or building in addition to other guarantees and conditions imposed by the zoning board of appeals in the special use.
   C.   Business Use Of Residential Zoned Property For Off Site Parking: Parking spaces accessory to use in a business or manufacturing district shall not be located in a residential district unless:
      1.   The off site parking is a municipal parking lot or is private, free, and accessory to a business district;
      2.   A special use permit is obtained in accordance with section 9-1-6-10 of this ordinance; and
      3.   The proposed off site parking is within two hundred feet (200') of and adjacent to any business or industrial district. (Ord. 89-54, 6-26-1989)
   TABLE 3
   SCHEDULE OF PARKING REQUIREMENTS
For the following uses, accessory off street parking spaces or off site parking spaces shall be provided as stated. Parking spaces required on an employee basis shall be based on the maximum number of employees on duty or residing, or both, on the premises at any one time.
 
Use
Number Of Spaces Required
Automobile repair and service garages
1 per 250 square feet of floor area used for repair work and 2 per 3 employees
Beauty and barber shop
3 spaces per operator or 1 space per 100 square feet of gross floor area, whichever is larger, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Boat slips
1 per boat slip
Churches
1 per 4 seating spaces
Commercial and entertainment
1 space per 200 square feet of gross floor area of customer sales and service, storage and/or office gross floor area. If the use has at least 100,000 square feet of gross floor area, then 4 spaces per 1,000 square feet of gross floor area shall be provided
Commercial and trade schools
1 per 5 students, 2 per 3 employees
Commercial recreation
1 per 3 patrons
Financial institutions
1 space per 200 square feet of gross floor area, plus 5 spaces of off street waiting (loading) spaces per drive-in lane
Funeral homes
1 space per 4 patron seats or 25 spaces per chapter unit, whichever is greater
Grocery stores and supermarkets
1 space per 100 square feet of gross floor area of customer sales and service, plus 1 space per 200 square feet of gross floor area of storage
Health homes and institutions
1 visitor per 4 patient beds
Hospitals
2 spaces per 3 patient beds, plus 1 space per staff doctor and each other employee on the largest work shift
Hotels and motels
1 space per room or suite, plus 1 space per every 3 employees on the largest work shift, plus 1 space per 3 persons to the maximum capacity of each public meeting and/or banquet room, plus 50 percent of the spaces otherwise required for accessory uses (e.g., restaurants and bars)
Lodge or club halls
1 per 3 persons based on maximum capacity of facility
Manufacturing establishments
1 per employee based on largest shift or 1 per 1,500 square feet in floor area, whichever is greater and 1 for each company vehicle regularly stored or parked on the premises
Marinas
1 per boat slip, 2 per 3 employees, 1 per 300 square feet of selling space
Medical clinics
3 patient spaces per doctor, 2 per 3 employees, 1 per staff doctor
Motor vehicle sales
1 per 300 square feet of floor and sales area, 2 per 3 employees
Multiple-family dwellings efficiency, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom
2 per dwelling unit, 1 additional per bedroom, excluding garage
Nursery
2 per 3 employees
Office - industrial
2.5 spaces per 1,000 square feet of gross floor area
Offices
1 per 250 square feet of floor area
One-family dwellings
2 per dwelling, excluding garage
Outdoor recreational uses
1 space per 4 expected patrons at maximum capacity
Repair services
1 space per 300 square feet of gross floor area, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Restaurants, fast food or with drive- through
1 space per 100 square feet of floor area
Restaurants, standard
1 space per 3 patron seats or 1 space per 100 square feet of gross floor area, whichever is greater, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Retail stores and personal service shop
1 per 200 square feet of sales space, 2 per 3 employees
Schools
1 space per 3 students, plus 1 space per employee (including faculty) at capacity class attendance period
Shopping center, less than 100,000 square feet
5 spaces per 1,000 square feet of gross floor area
Skating rinks, ice or roller
1 space per 300 square feet of gross floor area
Taverns, lounges and dance halls
1 space per 2 seating spaces, and 2 spaces per 3 employees
Theaters, auditoriums, places of assembly
1 per 3 people based on the maximum capacity of the structure
Warehousing establishments
1 per 2 employees based on largest shift, or 1 per 2,000 square feet of floor area, whichever is greater
Wholesale establishments
2 per 3 employees based on largest shift
Other outdoor recreational uses:
Golf courses (9 and 18 hole)
36 spaces per 9 holes, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift, plus 50 percent of spaces otherwise required for any accessory uses (e.g., bars, restaurants)
Institutional, indoor recreational and special uses
1 space per 3 patrons, to the maximum capacity, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Outdoor swimming pools
1 space per 75 square feet of gross water area
Public service uses
1 space per employee on the largest work shift, plus 1 space per company vehicle normally stored or parked on the premises
Tennis courts
3 spaces per court
Truck terminals
1 space per employee on the largest work shift plus 1 space per truck normally parked on the premises, plus one space per 3 patrons to the maximum capacity
Other institutional indoor recreational, and special residential uses:
Camps, day or youth
1 space per employee on the largest work shift, plus 1 space per camp vehicle normally parked on the premises
Cemeteries
1 space per employee, plus 1 space per 4 visitors to the maximum capacity
Churches
1 space per 5 seats to the maximum capacity
Community and recreation centers
1 space per 250 square feet of gross floor area, or 1 space per 4 patrons to the maximum capacity, whichever is greater, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Day or nursery schools
1 space per 5 students for up to 50 students, plus 1 space per 10 students past 50. A one- way circular drive is required with a minimum dimension of 40 feet by 40 feet at the entrance to the school. No parking space shall back onto a public street
Group dwellings
1 space per bedroom or sleeping room
Libraries and museums
1 space per 250 square feet of gross floor area or 1 space per 4 seats to the maximum capacity, whichever is greater, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift
Monasteries and convents
1 space per 6 residents, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift, plus 1 space per 5 chapel seats if the public may attend
Nursing homes
1 space per 6 patient beds, plus 1 space per employee on the largest work shift, plus 1 space per staff member and per visiting doctor
 
(Ord. 89-54, 6-26-1989; amd. Ord. 2013-04, 2-28-2013)