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(A) All uses except single-family residential. All parking, loading, and driveway areas shall be paved and maintained with asphalt or concrete.
(B) All single-family residential uses. All such uses shall be required to have a paved driveway off of a public street which provides a continuous paved surface from the edge of pavement or curb line of the public street to the attached or detached garage or carport, if provided, or front building line of the dwelling, if not provided, but such partial pavement shall not in any event be required to extend more than 100 feet beyond the edge of pavement or curb line of the public street. All driveways must be at least ten feet in width at their narrowest point.
(C) Vehicle (including boats), manufactured home, and equipment sales, service, and leasing sites, storage and display. All storage and/or display areas shall be paved with asphalt or concrete.
(D) Dumpsters. The area beneath and in the approach to all stationary refuse containers shall be reinforced concrete, 3600 psi minimum.
(E) Exceptions. These requirements shall not apply to the following uses, however a zoning permit must be obtained for each parking area described:
(1) Temporary parking areas used on an irregular basis for seasonal or special events.
(2) Areas of manufacturing and industrial uses which are used for parking and storage of heavy machinery, equipment, and vehicles provided these areas are constructed with gravel or other comparable all-weather surface.
(F) Applicability. Paving shall be required as stated above for:
(1) All new parking, loading, and driveway areas serving new construction, including expansions to existing uses;
(2) All parking, loading, and driveway areas, existing and new, serving any use expanded in lot coverage/square footage by more than 20% after the effective date of this ordinance; and
(3) All existing parking, loading, and driveway areas serving a use discontinued for a period of 180 days or longer.
(Ord. O-2003-63, passed 12-16-03; Am. Ord. O-2011-17, passed 9-6-11)