§ 155.092  NONRESIDENTIAL AND MIXED USE STANDARDS.
   Table 6: Nonresidential and Mixed Use Standards identifies the specific development standards that apply to each of the non-residential zoning districts.
 
Table 6: Nonresidential and Mixed Use Standards
Development standard
Business “C”
Business and Residential “D”
Industrial “E”
Historic and Business “G”
Additional Regulations (notes below)
Minimum lot area
10,000 sq. ft.
10,000 sq. ft.
43,560 sq. ft. (1 acre)
4,800 sq. ft.
Minimum floor area of dwelling unit
500 sq. ft. per dwelling unit for multi- family uses
500 sq. ft. per dwelling unit for multi- family uses
Minimum lot width
38 feet
38 feet
38 feet
38 feet
Maximum height
100 feet
100 feet
100 feet
75 feet
Minimum front yard setback
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
A
Minimum side yard setback
5 feet
5 feet
5 feet
B
Minimum rear yard
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Accessory buildings
May occupy in the aggregate not over 40% of the required rear yard plus 50% of any additional space in the rear of the principal building
May occupy in the aggregate not over 40% of the required rear yard plus 50% of any additional space in the rear of the principal building
May occupy in the aggregate not over 30% of the required rear yard plus 50% of any additional space in the rear of the principal building
Must be located in the rear yard
Accessory buildings maximum height
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
A. For existing nonresidential and mixed use areas, the required minimum front yard setback shall be the average of the existing front yard setbacks of all principal structures on the same side of the street and within 300 feet of the subject lot; if the average is less than the district requirement, the required minimum front setback is the average as calculated; this does not apply to panhandle lots
B. For the C, D, and E Districts, buildings that are greater than 35 feet in height, the required side yard setback shall increase one foot for every two feet of additional building height over 35 feet
 
(Ord. 2018-06, passed 7-9-2018, § 155.163)