§ 155.036  R-3 DISTRICT, MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL.
   This district consists mainly of areas which contain some two-family or multiple-family development or which are centrally located or suitable for ultimate two-family or multiple-family development.  In addition to the general purposes applying to all residential districts, the regulations of District R-3 are designed to encourage the provision of conveniently located, centrally maintained rental accommodations.
   (A)   Minimum requirements for lot area, width and setback.
      (1)   Single family or two family dwelling.
         Lot area:  6250 SF
         Lot width:  50'
         Setback:
            Front:  25'
            Rear:  5'
            Side:
               One:  5'
               Sum of both:  10'
      (2)   Multi-family dwelling.
         Lot area:  6250 SF
         Lot width:  50'
         Setback:
            Front:  25'
            Rear:  5'
            Side:
               One:  7'
               Sum of both:  23'
   (B)   See § 155.023 for supplementary district regulations, exceptions and parking requirements applying to the R-3 District.
   (C)   See § 155.060 (D) and (E) for temporary use permits that may be granted by the Board of Adjustment and specific use permits that may be recommended by the City Planning Commission within the R-3 District under certain circumstances and conditions.
   (D)   Permitted uses and parking requirements.
 
Permitted Use
Parking Ratio
Any use permitted in the R-1, R-2 or R-2A District
Duplex (two-family dwelling)
2/unit
Apartment house or housing project
2/unit
Hospital; general, not including animal
1/3 beds
Rooming, boarding house, and/or tourist home
1/unit
 
   (E)   Other required conditions.
      (1)   Site plan.  Where new dwelling construction or additions to an existing building in any district provide dwelling units for more than two families on a single lot or tract of land, a site plan shall be submitted to and approved by the Building Official prior to the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy and Compliance.
      (2)   The total floor area of any building or buildings on a lot in the R-3 District shall not exceed 60 percent of the total number of square feet in the lot.
      (3)   Maximum lot coverage.  The total gross area of the first floor of all main buildings measured from the exterior faces of exterior walls shall not exceed 30% of the gross area of the lot or tract of land.
      (4)   Density.  In the R-3 District, multiple-family dwellings may be constructed on any lot provided that:
         (a)   The minimum land area per family unit is not less than 1,500 square feet;
         (b)   The maximum number of dwelling units allowable on any lot where multiple- family dwelling units are permitted shall be determined by dividing the total number of square feet in the lot by 1,500.
      (5)   Servants quarters.  When servants quarters are provided in districts where more than one dwelling unit is permitted, the servants quarters together with the total number of dwellings units on the lot or tract of land shall not exceed the total number of dwelling units permitted.
   (F)   Height regulations.  No building shall exceed 30 feet or 2 stories in height.
(Ord. 1100 § 7.3, passed 4-3-64; Am. Ord. 1100-RR, passed 1-5-81)  Penalty, see § 155.999