§ 76.06  PARKING SPACES FOR THE DISABLED.
   (A)   Any building, office or other facility, where parking is provided, whether owned, rented or leased, presently designating specially marked parking locations for handicapped persons, shall erect a permanently affixed or moveable sign measured  five feet from the ground to the top edge of the sign and printed with the international symbol of accessibility to identify each handicapped parking spot.  Owners already designating handicapped parking spaces will have 90 days from the effective date of this section to comply with this section.
   (B)   Any building, office or other facility, where parking is provided, whether owned, rented or leased, not presently designating handicapped parking spots, but required to designate such parking spots according to Ohio State law, shall have two years from the effective date of this section to create and mark handicapped parking spaces with a permanently affixed or movable sign measured five feet from the ground to the top edge of the sign and printed with the international symbol of accessibility.
   (C)   Buildings and other facilities as defined in division (A) and (B) required to provide handicapped parking shall designate the number of locations as set forth below:
 
Total Number of Spaces in the Lot or Structure
Required Number of Handicap-Accessible Spaces
Under 15
No space needed
16 to 100
1 space per 16-35 parking spaces; 2 spaces per 36-70 spaces; and 3 spaces per 71-100 spaces
101 to 200
4 spaces plus 1 space per 50 parking spaces over 100
201 to 500
6 spaces plus 1 space per 75 parking spaces over 200
Over 500
10 spaces plus 1 space per 100 parking spaces over 500
 
   (D)   Buildings that shall not be required to designate handicapped parking spaces shall be the following:
      (1)   Nontransient residential structures, including industrialized units, 1-, 2-, or 3-family dwelling units;
      (2)   Townhouses.  For purposes of this section, townhouses shall be defined as a multi-family building consisting of one or more units, each unit of which is utilized by one tenant on all the levels of the unit for the purpose of nontransient residential use, whether or not an individual unit is owned or rented by the tenant; and
      (3)   Condominiums.  For purposes of this section, condominiums shall be defined as an apartment building or a complex of multiple-unit dwellings where the tenant holds full title to his unit and joint ownership in the common grounds.
   (E)   A person will be considered handicapped if they meet the definitional standards adopted in § 76.05(J) hereof. Whether a handicapped person will be entitled to park in a designated handicapped parking spot will be determined by § 76.05.
   (F)   No owner of any building, office or other facility where specially marked parking for handicapped persons is required by Montgomery Ordinance shall fail to properly mark or maintain the specially designated parking locations and the signs set forth in this section.
(Ord. 5-1992, passed 4-1-92)