1147.11  PROJECTIONS INTO YARDS.
   A projection is that part or feature of a building which extends or projects outside of the enclosing walls. It is intended that certain features may project into required yards but they shall be regulated so as not to substantially interfere with the reception of sun, light, air and the use of adjacent lots as follows:
   (a)    Architectural Feature. A belt course, balcony, cornice, gutter or chimney may project into a front and side yard for a distance of two (2) feet.
   (b)    Entrance Feature. An open platform, landing, steps, terrace or other feature not extending above the first floor level of a building may extend six (6) feet into a front yard and three (3) feet into a side yard.
   (c)    Enclosed Shelters. An enclosed (including screens) entry or porch shall not project into any required yard area.
   (d)    Unenclosed Shelters. An entrance hood or open but roofed porch may project six (6) feet into a front yard and three (3) feet into a side yard.
      (Ord. 26-18.  Passed 7-17-18.)