(A)   Generally. Bicycle parking spaces shall be required for all non-residential uses and structures. One bicycle parking space shall be required for each 30 parking spaces.
   (B)   Design. Bicycle spaces may be provided through spaces or bicycle storage racks. Bicycle spaces shall be at least two feet six inches in width and six feet in length, with a minimum overhead vertical clearance of seven feet. Racks and other fixtures used to provide for non-residential uses must be securely affixed to the ground and allow for the bicycle to be locked and chained. The design of bicycle racks and fixtures shall be included in final site plans and approved by the Public Works or Transportation Department, and shall be separately marked.
   (C)   Location.
      (1)   Where bicycle spaces are required by subsection (A) above, the spaces may be indoors or outdoors and shall be located within 50 feet of the primary entrance. The spaces shall not be located behind any wall, shrubbery or other visual obstruction lying between the principal building and the bicycle spaces. If required bicycle spaces are not visible from the street, signs must be posted indicating their location.
      (2)   Areas used for required bicycle parking shall be paved, drained and well lighted. Spaces within offices and commercial facilities or located on balconies or within residential dwelling units shall not be counted toward required parking.
(Ord. 3020, passed 9-10-2013, § 5.51.6; Ord. 3160, passed 1-9-2018)