§ 159.64  NONRESIDENTIAL PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   Commercial uses, office and professional buildings outside of the central business district, unless otherwise mentioned in this section, shall be required to have three paved parking spaces for up to 300 square feet of floor area, plus one space for each additional 300 square feet of floor area.
   (B)   Restaurant, private club, café or similar recreation or amusement establishment: one parking space for each 100 square feet of floor area, or one space for each four seats, whichever is greater.
   (C)   Churches, temples, assembly halls: one space for each three seats in the main auditorium or seating area.
   (D)   Medical or dental clinic: one space for each 150 square feet.
   (E)   Day nurseries, day care centers and kindergartens with over four children: one parking space for each 300 square feet of floor area, plus an off-street drive and loading space for a minimum of four cars for the transferring of passengers.
   (F)   Accessory or associated recreational or community buildings: one space for each 100 square feet of area.
   (G)   Schools (except high school or college): one and one-half spaces for each classroom.
   (H)   High schools: one parking space for each three students.
   (I)   Technical or junior college: three-tenths of a space per each seven square feet of seating area.
   (J)   College: four-tenths of a space per each seven square feet of seating area.
   (K)   Exceptions: groups of uses requiring vehicles parking space may join in establishing group parking areas with capacity aggregating that required for each particular use. Where it can be established before the Building Inspector that parking for two specific uses occurs at alternating periods, the parking space requirements of the use requiring the greater number of spaces may be applied to both uses in a combined parking area. The parking shall be within 100 feet from lot to lot of all uses to be served by the parking.  Example: church and professional office building.
(2005 Code, § 12-5-5)