§ 156.094  LOCATION OF ACCESSORY OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES.
   The location of off-street parking spaces in relation to the use served shall be as follows.
   (A)   R0, R1, R2, R3, and R4 Residential Zoning Districts. Parking spaces accessory to dwelling units, including driveways, shall be located on the same zoning lot as the use served, except as specified in § 156.091(F), Parking on vacant lots. Parking spaces accessory to uses other than dwellings may be located on a lot adjacent to, or directly across a street or alley from, the lot occupied by the use served, but in no case may be more than 300 feet from the principal structure or use. Parking serving multi-story residential buildings, where parking is aggregated together, may also be located on a lot adjacent to, or directly across a street or alley from the lot occupied by the use served, but shall be no more than 300 feet from the principal structure.
   (B)   C1, C2, C2T and C3 Zoning Districts.
      (1)   All required parking spaces accessory to nonresidential uses shall be within 500 feet of the principal building or use served, whether on the same or an adjacent lot.
      (2)   All required parking spaces accessory to dwelling units shall be within 300 feet of the principal building or use served, whether on the same or an adjacent lot.
      (3)   Private, free, off-street parking accessory to business uses or serving as municipal parking lots may be allowed in a residential zoning district if it is within 200 feet of and adjacent to a business or industrial district, and approved by the city as a special use, in accordance with the standards and procedures specified for special use permits in § 156.124.
   (C)   C-4 Downtown Commercial District.
      (1)   All required off-street parking spaces shall be not more than 1,000 feet from the use served.
      (2)   Private, free, off-street parking accessory to a use in the Downtown Commercial District or serving as municipal parking lots may be allowed in a residential zoning district if it is within 200 feet of and adjacent to the Downtown Commercial District, and approved by the city as a special use in accordance with the standards and procedures specified for special use permits in § 156.124.
(Ord. 21-016, passed 8-18-21)