1252.10   PROJECTIONS INTO YARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN ANY DISTRICT.
   (a)   Cornices, eaves, belt courses, sills, canopies or other similar horizontal features may extend or project into a required side yard not more than two inches for each foot of width of such yard and may extend or project into a required front or rear yard not more than thirty inches. Chimneys may also project into a required front, side or rear yard not more than one and one-half feet. However, no other vertical projections, such as bay windows, may project into the required yards.
   (b)   Open or unenclosed porches, platforms or landing places, not covered by a roof or canopy, which do not extend above the level of the first floor of the building, may extend or project into any front or side yard not more than eight feet. It may extend into the rear yard a maximum of 24 feet, provided that all other building or setback requirements are met for the rear yard extension after the first eight feet of the rear yard extension. If such spaces are enclosed they shall be confined within building lines.
(Ord. 79-0-14. Passed 7-24-79; Ord. 2019-O-14.  Passed 7-23-19.)