1143.06  SPECIFIC USE CONDITIONS - RESIDENTIAL.
   (a)   Accessory Dwelling Units.
      (1)   An accessory dwelling unit may only be located within or attached to a single-family detached dwelling.
      (2)   Occupancy of the accessory dwelling unit shall be limited to grandparents, parents, children, step-children, or grandchildren of the family occupying the principal dwelling.
      (3)   The accessory dwelling unit shall share the same sewage disposal and water supply systems as the principal dwelling unit.
      (4)   A minimum of one (1) off-street parking spaces shall be provided for the accessory dwelling unit in addition to the off-street parking spaces required for the principal dwelling unit.
      (5)   The accessory dwelling unit shall be limited in size to a maximum of twenty-five percent (25%) of the total living area of the principal dwelling.
      (6)   The accessory dwelling may contain no more than a living area, one (1) bedroom, one (1) bath and a kitchenette (including a small refrigerator, microwave oven, stove and sink).
      (7)   The property owner shall live in the principal or accessory dwelling as the principal place of residence.
      (8)   No new access points or driveways shall be created or installed for access to the accessory dwelling unit.
   (b)   Adult Day Service Facility.
      (1)   Proof of licensing from the State of Ohio for the facility shall be provided.
   (c)   Boarding House. 
      (1)   The boarding house uses shall be so designed, maintained and operated as to comply with inspection and rules of applicable city or county health agencies and the regulations of all other applicable City codes, and to minimize possible disruptive effects on the character of adjacent and nearby properties.
      (2)   The boarding house shall be the principal residence of the owner, who shall reside there when the boarding house is in operation.  If the owner is not in residence in the dwelling unit for fourteen (14) consecutive days or more, a resident manager shall reside on the premises.  In no case, however, shall the owner be absent for a period exceeding sixty (60) days.
      (3)   The boarding house shall contain a minimum of 2,000 square feet of livable area.
      (4)   A maximum of five boarders shall be permitted, regardless of the size of the dwelling.
      (5)   Parking shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 1149 at a ratio of one (1) space per boarder, plus two (2) for the principal dwelling. The design and construction of parking areas, service areas and access drives shall be as approved by the planning commission.
      (6)   The property must have approved public sanitary sewer and water facilities and meet applicable fire and safety standards.
      (7)   Meals may be served in a common dining area to boarders but shall not be made available on a commercial basis to the general public.
      (8)   Cooking facilities in guest rooms are prohibited.
      (9)   Exterior refuse storage facilities shall be screened from view on all sides by a six (6) foot solid decorative fence or wall, or by other screening approved by the Planning Commission.
      (10)   In addition to the site plan required by this Ordinance, a floor plan of the dwelling unit and the use of each room shall also be submitted with the conditional use application.
   
   (d)   Home-Based Child Care (six or more).
      (1)   Proof of licensing from the State of Ohio for the facility shall be provided.
      (2)   The use shall only be located within an occupied dwelling.
      (3)   Hours of operation shall be between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m., unless otherwise approved by the Planning Commission based upon a finding under particular circumstances of no negative impact on neighboring properties or the surrounding area.
      (4)   Outdoor play areas shall be completely enclosed by a chain link or solid fence or wall at least four (4) feet high.
   
   (e)   Home Occupation.
      (1)   The home occupation shall be carried on entirely within the principal dwelling unit and not occupy more twenty-five percent (25%) of the total floor area of the dwelling. No business shall be conducted in an accessory building
      (2)   There shall be no change to the exterior of the dwelling or premises with the exception of one (1) non-illuminated exterior sign, not more than two (2) square feet in area, attached to the wall of the dwelling.
      (3)   No persons other than members of the family residing in the dwelling unit shall be engaged in the home occupation.
      (4)   Equipment used in the conduct of the home occupation shall be limited to that customarily found in a home.  No mechanical equipment or activity shall create dust, noise, odor, or electrical disturbance beyond the confines of the lot on which the occupation is conducted.
      (5)   There shall be no sale of goods on the premises and no outdoor display of articles, merchandise or products shall be permitted. 
      (6)   Traffic shall not be generated in greater volume than would normally be expected in a residential neighborhood.
   (f)   Residential Social Services.
      (1)   A license or evidence of obtainability of a license, other than city licensing, from all applicable governmental units or agencies shall be submitted with the conditional use application. When a license is not required of the applicant by a governmental unit or agency, a written affidavit shall be presented by the agency to which the applicant is accountable stating that no license is required. The affidavit shall further describe the procedures that have been established in lieu of licensing to assure proper exercise of agency-established guidelines.
      (2)   The sponsoring agency's operational and occupancy standards shall be provided with the conditional use application.
      (3)   Documentation shall be provided which indicates the responsibilities of both the sponsoring agency and the facility operator in terms of services, programs and care.
      (4)   All residential social service facilities shall meet the following requirements:
         A.   Proof of state licensing shall be provided.
         B.   A resident manager shall occupy the facility full-time.
         C.   The facility shall contain at least one (1) bedroom for each two (2) tenants, in addition to the bedroom for a resident manager; provided, no more than twelve (12) persons, plus the resident manager, shall occupy the home.
         D.   Individual cooking facilities shall not be permitted within resident rooms.
         E.   Paved off-street parking shall be provided, in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 1149, at a ratio of at least .25 parking spaces for each allowed tenant, plus one (1) space for the resident manager.  Parking in excess of two (2) spaces shall be located within the rear yard.
         F.   The residential social services home shall be located no closer than 1,200 feet to any other sober living facility or any residential social services facility, boarding house, K-12 school, public park, or day care facility.
   (g)   Sober Living Facility.
      (1)   A resident manager shall occupy the facility full-time.
      (2)   The facility shall contain at least one (1) bedroom for each two (2) tenants, in addition to the bedroom for a resident manager; provided, no more than six (6) tenants shall be permitted to reside at the facility.
      (3)   Individual cooking facilities shall not be permitted in tenant rooms.
      (4)   Paved off-street parking shall be provided, in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 1149, at a ratio of at least .25 parking spaces for each allowed tenant, plus one (1) space for the resident manager.  Parking in excess of two (2) spaces shall be located within the rear yard.
      (5)   All new structures shall be compatible in design with the surrounding neighborhood.
      (6)   The sober living facility shall be located no closer than 1,200 feet to any other sober living facility or any residential social services facility, boarding house, K-12 school, public park, or day care facility.
         (Ord. 4-21.  Passed 1-4-21.)