§ 156.073  BULK REGULATIONS.
   (A)   Table of bulk regulations; residential.
RESIDENTIAL BULK REGULATIONS
Standards (1 to 15 Lot Neighborhood)
A-1
E-R
R-O
R-1
RESIDENTIAL BULK REGULATIONS
Standards (1 to 15 Lot Neighborhood)
A-1
E-R
R-O
R-1
Lot area (square feet)
10 acres
30,000
7,000
9,000
Lot width
300'
150'
50'
75'
Building height
35'
35'
35'
35'
Maximum lot coverage
20%
25%
35%
30%
Maximum impervious coverage
40%
40%
60%
45%
Minimum landscaped coverage
60%
60%
40%
55%
Front yard setback
100'
40'
25'***
30'
Cul-de-sac setback
100'
40'
20'
20'
Rear yard
50'
50'
25'
25'
Corner side yard
100'
30'
25'
25'
Double frontage yard
100'
70'
40'
50'
Interior side yard
50'
15'
6'
10'
Transition yard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Lowlands yard
50'
50'
50'
50'
Standards (15+ Lot Neighborhood)
E-R
R-O
R-1
Lot area (square feet)****^
 
30,000/20,000 minimum
7,000/5,000 minimum
9,000/6,000 minimum
Lot width****
 
150'
50'
75'
Open space
 
50%
35%
35%
Lot area reduction per 15% open space increase
 
10,000
1,000
1,500
Lot width reduction per 15% open space increase
15'
7.5'
15'
Notes:
*    Lot area "per unit" is calculated by taking all land dedicated to the portion of the subdivision dedicated to multi-unit development, not including stormwater or required landscape outlots, and dividing by the total number of units.
**   Lot width is applicable to single-family unit buildings, not for attached units.
***    If the two adjacent properties are less, the average of the two determines the minimum for the subject lot.
**** Reductions in lot area and lot width (combined) are available if additional open space is added to the plan in 15% intervals.
^   Lot area in this category equals the average size of all lots in that district.
 
RESIDENTIAL BULK REGULATIONS (continued)
Standards (1 to 15 Lot Neighborhood)
R-2
R-3
R-4
RESIDENTIAL BULK REGULATIONS (continued)
Standards (1 to 15 Lot Neighborhood)
R-2
R-3
R-4
Lot area (square feet)
8,000 or 3,700 per unit*
6,000 or 2,700 per unit*
5,000 or 1,700 per unit*
Lot width
60'**
45'**
40'**
Building height
35'
35"
45'
Maximum lot coverage
30%
35%
45%
Maximum impervious coverage
45%
50%
55%
Minimum landscaped coverage
55%
50%
45%
Front yard setback
25'
25'
20'
Cul-de-sac setback
20'
20'
20'
Rear yard
25"
25'
20'
Comer side yard
25'
25'
20'
Double frontage yard
40'
40'
40'
Interior side yard
6'
6'
6'
Transition yard
10'
10'
20'
Lowlands yard
50'
50'
50'
Standards (1 to 15 Lot Neighborhood)
R-2
Lot area (square feet)****^
8,000/5,000 minimum
Lot width****
60'
Open space
40%
Lot area reduction per 15% open space increase
1,500
Lot width reduction per 15% open space increase
10'
Notes:
*    Lot area "per unit" is calculated by taking all land dedicated to the portion of the subdivision dedicated to multi-unit development, not including stormwater or required landscape outlots, and dividing by the total number of units.
**   Lot width is applicable to single-family unit buildings, not for attached units.
***    If the two adjacent properties are less, the average of the two determines the minimum for the subject lot.
**** Reductions in lot area and lot width (combined) are available if additional open space is added to the plan in 15% intervals.
^   Lot area in this category equals the average size of all lots in that district.
 
   (B)   Table of bulk regulations; nonresidential.  Except for extraction uses to which this section shall not apply, and for which the City Council may establish conditions.
COMMERCIAL BULK REGULATIONS
Standards
C-2
C-2T
C-3
C4
O-1
O-2
M-1
M-2
COMMERCIAL BULK REGULATIONS
Standards
C-2
C-2T
C-3
C4
O-1
O-2
M-1
M-2
Lot area (square feet)
8,000
No min
20,000
No min
10,000
35,000
20,000
35,000
Lot width
75'
50'
100'
No min
75'
100'
100'
100'
Building height
35'
45'
55'
45'
35'
55'
45'^^
45'^^
Maximum lot coverage
30%
75%
30%
100%
40%
40%
40%
40%
Maximum impervious coverage
70%
85%
70%
100%
60%
60%
65%
65%
Minimum landscaped coverage
30%
15%
30%
0%
40%
40%
35%
35%
Front yard setback
35'
15'
35'
0'
15'
35'
35'
35'
Rear yard
20'
10'
20'
0'
20'
25'
25'
35'
Corner side yard
30'
15'
30'
0'
20'
35'
35'
35'
Interior side yard
10'
10'
10'
0'
10'
15'
20'
20'
Transition yard
15'
10'
20'
10'
15'
50'
60'
100'
Lowlands yard
50'
50'
50'
50'
50'
50'
50'
50'
Note:
^^   The maximum height for tanks and similar storage containers designed to store crude oil, petroleum or substances used in energy production is 70 feet for properties located 100 feet or more west of the Canadian National right-of-way and north of Second Street.
 
   (C)   Additional bulk regulations; pipelines and other utility transmission lines. Any yard adjacent a pipeline or overhead, high-voltage, electric transmission line shall not be less than 40 feet. The requirements of this division shall not apply to accessory structures or uses or off-street parking.
(Ord. 21-016, passed 8-18-21; Am. Ord. 21-031, passed 10-20-21)