§ 155.498  REQUIRED SPACES.
   There shall be provided for each building, structure and use hereafter erected, structurally altered or enlarged, the minimum number of accessory off-street parking spaces in accordance with the following:
   (A)   Automobile, truck and farm implement sales or service.  One parking space for each one and one-half employees as related to the working period when the maximum number of persons are employed on the premises;
   (B)   Dwelling and lodging uses.
      (1)   Hotels and motels.  One parking space for each room or suite of rooms comprising of a lodging unit, one parking space for each two employees and one parking space for each 100 square feet of retail sales and dining area;
      (2)   Lodginghouses and apartment hotels.  One parking space for each lodging room and one parking space for each dwelling unit, and one parking space for each two employees;
      (3)   Multiple-family dwellings.
         (a)   Located in the R3 District, two parking spaces for each dwelling unit; and
         (b)   Located in the R4 District, one and one-half parking spaces for each dwelling unit.
      (4)   Single-family dwellings.  One parking space for each dwelling, plus one additional parking space for each two roomers or lodgers accommodated; but no more than four parking spaces for each single-family dwelling;
      (5)   Single-family semi-detached or attached dwellings.  One, but not more than three parking spaces for each dwelling; and
      (6)   Two-family dwellings.  One parking space, but not more than two for each dwelling unit.
   (C)   Schools, institutions and auditoriums or other places of assembly.
      (1)   Auditoriums, and auditoriums as accessory to churches, schools and other institutional establishments.  One parking space for each five seats, or for each 90 linear inches of seating space;
      (2)   Churches, chapels, temples and synagogues.  One parking space for each five seats, or for each 90 linear inches of seating space;
      (3)   Colleges, junior colleges and universities.  One parking space for each six students, based upon the maximum number of students that can be accommodated in accordance with design capacity plus one parking space for each two employees;
      (4)   Gymnasiums, stadiums, grandstands, meeting halls, convention halls and exhibition halls.  One parking space for each five seats or for each 90 linear inches of seating space. When such facilities for public assembly are necessary to a school, and when approved by the Plan Commission, the required number of parking spaces may be reduced by the number of spaces provided, as required herein for the applicable school;
      (5)   Hospitals.  One parking space per bed for 100 beds or less; 1.1 parking spaces per bed for 101 to 300 beds; 1.2 parking spaces per bed for 301 to 500 beds; and 1.3 parking spaces per bed for over 500 beds;
      (6)   Libraries, museums, art galleries and aquariums.  One parking space for each 800 square feet of floor area;
      (7)   Nursing homes and similar types of establishments.  One parking space for each two beds, plus one parking space for each two employees;
      (8)   Private clubs and lodges.  One parking space for each lodging room and one parking space for each five seats in accordance with design seating capacity of the main meeting room; and
      (9)   Schools.  When the number of parking spaces as required herein is provided for an auditorium or other places of public assembly accessory to a school, and when approved by the Planning and Zoning Board, additional parking spaces need not be provided when the number of parking spaces for such auditorium or other places of public assembly is equal to or in excess of the applicable requirements set forth in divisions (C)(9)(a), (b) or (c) below:
         (a)   Commercial or trade, music, dance or business. One parking space for each two employees, plus one space for each three students, based on the maximum number of students that can be accommodated in accordance with design capacity;
         (b)   High, public or private. One parking space for each seven students based on the maximum number of students that can be accommodated in accordance with design capacity; or
         (c)   Nursery, elementary or junior high, public or private.  One parking space for each faculty member and each other full-time employee.
   (D)   Recreational uses, commercial or noncommercial.
      (1)   Bowling alleys.  Seven parking spaces for each lane plus such additional spaces as may be required herein for affiliated uses such as restaurants and the like;
      (2)   Health salons, swimming pools and skating rinks and dance halls, commercial.  One parking space for each two persons, based upon the maximum number of persons that can be accommodated at the same time in accordance with such design capacity, and one parking space for each two employees;
      (3)   Parks, recreation areas and community centers, private, semipublic or public.  One parking space for each two employees, plus spaces in adequate number as determined by the Planning and Zoning Board to serve the visiting public;
      (4)   Theaters. One parking space for each four seats up to 400 seats, plus one parking space for each six seats over 400; and
      (5)   Theaters (automobile drive-in). Reservoir standing spaces equal in number to 10% of the vehicle capacity of such theaters.
   (E)   Business, commercial and industrial uses.
      (1)   Automobile laundries.  One parking space for each one and one-half employees, and in addition, reservoir standing spaces to accommodate automobiles awaiting entrance to the automobile laundry equal in number to five times the maximum capacity of the automobile laundry. Maximum capacity, in this instance, shall mean the greatest possible number of automobiles undergoing some phase of laundering at the same time;
      (2)   Automobile service stations.  One parking space for each island of gasoline pumps, plus two for each service stall;
      (3)   Banks and other financial institutions.  One parking space for each 300 square feet of floor area;
      (4)   Barbershops and beauty parlors.  One parking space for each 200 square feet of floor area;
      (5)   Restaurants, not including drive-in establishments.  One parking space for each 100 square feet of floor area in the building;
      (6)   Furniture and appliance stores, motor vehicle sales establishments, and establishments for repair of household equipment or furniture. One parking space for each 400 square feet of floor area;
      (7)   Manufacturing, fabricating, processing, storing, cleaning, testing, assembling, repairing or servicing of establishments as permitted in the manufacturing districts.  One parking space for each one and one-half employees as related to the working period when the maximum number of persons are employed on the premises, or one for each 800 square feet of floor area, whichever is greater;
      (8)   Medical and dental clinics.  Two parking spaces for each office, examining room and treatment room, plus one space for each 50 square feet of floor area contained in the reception room or waiting lobby;
      (9)   Offices, business, professional and public administration or service office buildings.  One parking space for each 250 square feet of floor area;
      (10)   Undertaking establishments and funeral parlors.  One parking space for each 100 square feet of floor area, plus one parking space for each of the funeral parlor’s official vehicles;
      (11)   Warehouse, storage, wholesale and mail order establishments.  Four parking spaces plus one parking space for each 1,500 square feet of floor space for over 4,500 square feet or when the number of employees is specifically indicated, one parking space for each one and one-half employees employed on the premises;
      (12)   Public utility and public service uses. One parking space for each two employees;
      (13)   All other business and commercial establishments.  One parking space for each 200 square feet of floor area; and
      (14)   Uses in a shopping center under unified control or ownership on a tract of land four acres or more in area.  The required number of parking spaces for shopping centers shall be the sum of the required number of parking spaces as heretofore set forth for such uses.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 20, subs. .190, passed 2-15-1999)