§ 156.102  SCHEDULE OF PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
   Accessory off-street parking spaces shall be provided as required in this section and in Table 102-1.
   (A)   Computation.  When calculating of the number of off-street parking spaces required by this chapter results in a requirement of a fractional space, any fraction of one half or less may be disregarded, while a fraction in excess of one half shall be counted as one parking space.
   (B)   Parking spaces required for employees shall be based on the maximum number of employees on duty or residing, or both, on the premises at any one time.
   (C)   For parking spaces calculated per square feet of "floor area", floor area shall be as defined in § 156.003, Definitions.
   (D)   For uses not listed heretofore in this schedule of parking requirements, parking spaces shall be provided on the same basis as required for the most similar listed use, or as determined by the Zoning Administrator.
   (E)   Applicants are encouraged to evaluate the projected parking demand for their proposed uses, as well as the layout of their proposed parking, to consider alternative means of meeting parking requirements, rather than solely relying on the requirements of this section.
TABLE 102-1:  SCHEDULE OF PARKING REQUIREMENTS
Land Use
Required Parking
TABLE 102-1:  SCHEDULE OF PARKING REQUIREMENTS
Land Use
Required Parking
Residential uses
Single-family, detached and attached dwellings1
2 spaces per dwelling
Hotels/motels*
1 space per guest room + spaces are required for accessory functions such as banquet facilities, offices, and the like
Multiple-family dwellings
1.25 spaces per dwelling
Bed and breakfast
1 space per B&B bedroom in addition to those required for the residence
Retail and service uses
Retail stores*
1 space per 285 square feet
Banks and financial institutions*
1 space per 400 square feet
Automobile repair shop, body shop and service stations*
4 space per work bay + 1 space per 400 square feet of sales and office space
Bowling alleys*
1 space per 4 persons of capacity + 1 space per employee
Personal services (salon, barber)*
1 space per 285 square feet
Motor vehicle sales
1 space per 400 square feet of sales and office area
Movie and live theaters*
1 space per 4 seats
Funeral parlors
2.5 spaces per 1,000 square feet of office area plus 1 space per 3 persons of capacity in chapel areas
Restaurants*
1 space per 200 square feet
Wholesale establishments
2 spaces per 1,000 square feet (any office area calculated at 1 space per 333 square feet)
Shopping centers*
1 space per 285 square feet
Manufacturing
2 spaces per 1,000 square feet (any office area calculated at 1 space per 333 square feet)
Warehouses and logistics facilities
1 space per 1000 square feet (any office area calculated at 1 space per 333 square feet)
Research and development facilities
1 space per 500 square feet
Medical office*
1 space per 250 square feet
Business, professional and governmental office*
1 space per 333 square feet
Community service uses
Auditoriums - church, school, college and other institutional2
1 space per 3 persons of capacity
Colleges, universities and business, professional and trade schools
1 space for each 3 employees + 1 space for each 2 students, based on the maximum number of students
Clinics, medical or dental*
1 space per 250 square feet
Hospitals
1 space per bed + 1 space per 250 square feet of administrative office + additional spaces as required per labs, clinics or other accessory use
Museum or cultural facility*
1 space per 500 square feet
Recreation building or community center, municipal or privately-owned
1 space per 4 persons of capacity + 1 space per employee
Recreation - outdoor
1 space per 4 persons of capacity + 1 space per employee
Public utility and public service uses
1.5 spaces per employee + 1 space per vehicle used by enterprise
Schools - nursery, elementary and high
0.4 space per total students, faculty and staff
Day care centers*
1 space per 400 square feet
Religious institutions*
1 space per 3 seats (fixed seating or seating capacity) in main assembly area
Places of assembly
Stadiums, arenas, auditoriums, convention halls, exhibition halls, and other similar places of assembly
1 space per 3 persons of capacity
Private clubs and lodges*
1 space per 4 persons of capacity
Tavern*
1 space per 150 square feet
Miscellaneous uses
Fraternities, sororities and dormitories
1 space per 5 active members + 1 for a manager
Skilled care facility
0.75 space per sleeping room
Special uses
Airports or aircraft landing fields; heliports
Per Zoning Administrator
Convents and monasteries
Per Zoning Administrator
Cemeteries
Per Zoning Administrator
Fraternal or religious institutions
See private club
Outdoor amusement establishments
Per Zoning Administrator
Rectories and parish houses
Per Zoning Administrator
Public swimming pools
Per Zoning Administrator
Mixed uses
Mixed used developments
Per Zoning Administrator
* Eligible for, and may consider using shared parking or land banking to reduce the parking constructed.
1 If the third off-street parking space cannot be provided at the residence or the required on-street parking spaces cannot be provided, then guest parking areas should be created not more than 500 feet from the dwelling units that do not have the required spaces. Guest parking areas located on the lot areas can be counted to satisfy both requirements.
2 Adequate space shall also be provided for buses used in connection with the activities of the institution, and all loading and unloading of passengers shall take place upon the premises.
 
(Ord. 21-016, passed 8-18-21)