(a)   Permissive Uses.
      (1)   Single-family dwelling.
      (2)   Public park or playground.
(Ord. 98-13. Passed 9-8-98.)
      (3)   Public elementary school, secondary school or private school having a curriculum equivalent to that of a public elementary or high school and having no rooms regularly used for housing or sleeping purposes, and provided that the word “school” as used in this connection shall not include vocational or trade schools. In addition, such permitted schools are allowed accessory uses and structures as normally related to school activities and as approved by the Planning Commission. In addition, ground signs, wall signs, and post signs may be allowed on school property subject to the approval of the Planning Commission and subject to other relevant signage restrictions as set forth in the Zoning Ordinance.
(Ord. 01-10. Passed 6-4-01.)
      (4)   Accessory uses and structures in association with permitted dwellings.
      (5)   “Type B” family day-care home as defined in Ohio R. C. 5104.01.
      (6)   Recycling drop-off station, provided it shall be located at a government center, not occupy an area of more than 200 square feet, not interfere with parking requirements of the principal use, and be set back at least ten feet from any property line.
         (Ord. 98-13. Passed 9-8-98.)
(b)   Conditional Uses.
(1)   Two-family dwelling, provided its location is where more than fifty percent (50%) of the existing buildings on the same side of the street between the nearest two intersecting streets are being used as two-family or two-family and multiple-family dwellings at the time the application for such conditional use is filed with the Planning Commission; and further provided that no dwelling located within this district shall be sublet or rented for a period of less than thirty consecutive days unless the dwelling is also simultaneously occupied by its occupants as defined in Chapter 1133.02 (131).
(2)   Church or other place of worship.
      (3)   Public Library.
      (4)   Public building erected and/or owned by the City.
      (5)   Bed and Breakfast.
      (6)   Short-term rental for a period of less than thirty consecutive days so long as the dwelling is also simultaneously occupied by its occupants as defined in Section 1133.02 (132).
         (Ord. 2020-08. Passed 6-15-20.)
   (c)   Development Standards.
      (1)   Minimum lot requirements.
         A.   Lot area: 10,000 square feet for non-corner lots; 13,500 square feet for corner lots.
         B.   Lot width: Sixty feet for non-corner lots; eighty feet for corner lots.
      (2)   Minimum yard requirements.
         A.   Side yard: For dwellings or associated accessory buildings there shall be a total side yard of twenty-five feet in width or more with a minimum of ten feet in width on each side.
         B.   Front yard: Minimum thirty feet or average of adjacent existing dwelling setbacks, as defined under “frontage” in Section 1133.02(45), whichever is greater.
         C.   Rear yard: For main buildings there shall be a minimum rear yard of twenty percent (20%) of the lot depth, but it need not exceed thirty feet.
      (3)   Maximum lot coverage shall be thirty-five percent (35%).
      (4)   Maximum height of principal building shall be two and one-half stories and shall not exceed thirty-five feet.
         (Ord. 98-13. Passed 9-8-98.)