§ 154.28  R-1 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
   (A)   Purpose. The R-l Single-Family Residential District is established to promote a suitable residential environment and to accommodate low density residential units uninterrupted by conflicting uses and  incompatible activities.
   (B)   Permitted uses.
      (1)   Single-family and two-family dwellings;
      (2)   Accessory bui1dings and structures;
      (3)   Churches, schools, and public related facilities;
      (4)   Day care facilities subject to the requirements of the state and conducted in single-family or two-family dwellings;
      (5)   Golf courses;
      (6)   Home occupations;
      (7)   Parks,  playgrounds, and open spaces; and
      (8)   Manufactured home units installed on a permanent foundation or basement.
   (C)   Conditional uses.
      (1)   Condominiums;
      (2)   Convalescent and nursing homes;
      (3)   Hospitals and clinics excluding veterinary clinics; and
      (4)   Public and private utilities and structures including overhead and underground wires and pipelines.
   (D)   Lot requirements.
      (1)   Lot area.
         (a)   For residential units.
            1.   Single-family dwellings: 7,500 square feet.
            2.   Two-family dwellings: 11,000 square feet.
         (b)   For existing non-residential uses no minimum lot area is required. For new uses, the City Council shall make a determination of needs subject to the provisions of division (D)(3) below.
      (2)   Lot width.
         (a)   Single-family dwellings: 60 feet.
         (b)   Two-family dwellings: 90 feet.
         (c)   Corner lots: 70 feet.
      (3)   Lot coverage (including accessory uses): not exceeding 50%.
   (E)   Yard requirements.
      (1)   Front yard: 30 feet except where adjacent structures have front yard setbacks different from those required, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the adjacent structures. If there is only one adjacent structure, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the above required setback and that of the adjacent structure.
      (2)   Rear yard: 40 feet.
      (3)   Side yard: 10% of the lot width, except for corner lots, (see division (E)(4) below).
      (4)   Corner lots: If no previous designation has been made, prior to any new construction upon any corner lot, the owner shall designate and deliver to the city, in writing, the front, rear and side lot lines of the lot, which designation shall govern for all purposes in the future.
         (a)   Front yard: 30 feet, except where adjacent structures have front yard setbacks different from those required, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the adjacent structures. If there is only one adjacent structure, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the above required setback and that of the adjacent structure.
         (b)   Rear yard: 40 feet.
         (c)   Side yard: 10% of the lot width from the side lot line not abutting upon a street or public right-of-way. Twenty percent of the lot width from the side lot line abutting upon a street or public right-of-way.
   (F)   Building requirements.
      (1)   Building height.
         (a)   Principal buildings shall not exceed two and one-half stories or 35 feet except for church steeples and institutional buildings approved by the City Counci1.
         (b)   Accessory buildings which are separated from the principal building but are located on the same zoning lot shall not exceed ten feet when measured from the grade level to the lowest point of the roof.
      (2)   Building width. The building width for residential uses shall be a minimum of 24 feet.
      (3)   Floor area (of main structure).
         (a)   One and two-bedroom dwellings: 850 square feet.
         (b)   Three-bedroom dwelling: 1,000 square feet.
         (c)   Four or more bedroom dwelling: 1,200 square feet.
      (4)   Foundation. All buildings shall be placed on a permanent foundation except for accessory buildings of less than 120 square feet.
      (5)   Building number. There shall be no more than three buildings located on any residential zoning lot, including the dwelling, the garage, and accessory buildings. If the dwelling is constructed with an attached garage, there may be two additional accessory structures.
   (G)   Parking requirements.
      (1)   For residential dwellings: two off-street parking spaces for each residential dwelling unit.
      (2)   For conditional uses and non-residential uses, the requirements of § 154.46 shall apply.
   (H)   Sign requirements.
      (1)   There shall be no more than one identification sign per residential dwelling structure, such sign not to exceed five square feet in area. The sign may be wall pedestal, ground, or projecting type but it shall not project into the public right-of-way or public property.
      (2)   Temporary signs including “For Sale,”  “For Rent,” political campaign signs, greeting signs, and rally signs are permitted.
      (3)   For non-residential uses, the provisions of § 154.47 shal1 apply.
(Ord. 19-1, passed 8-10-1998; Ord. 19-10, passed 10-12-1998; Ord. 19-14, passed 12-9-2002; Ord. 19-16, passed 2-13-2006; Ord. 2018-01, passed 1-8-2018)