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Parking in an urban setting is often difficult and in order to promote an urban setting, surface parking and structured parking shall be designed in a way to reduce its visual impact from Montgomery Road and Main Street.
(A) Multi-building developments. To promote an urban density, parking should be provided as follows in multi-building developments:
(1) Structured parking is encouraged for 50% of the required parking on sites with multi-building developments.
(2) The city may, at its discretion, permit a reduction in the number of off-street parking spaces required for a development to as much as 50% of the required spaces per § 151.3204.
(B) Surface parking. Surface parking lots shall be designed in accordance with Chapter 151.32, Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations.
(1) Surface parking shall be limited to no more than 35% of the site area. Parking on public streets shall not be included in the 35% surface parking limitation.
(2) Adequate screening and interior landscaping shall be provided for surface-parking as specified in § 151.3408, Screening and Landscaping of Parking Lots.
(C) Parking structures.Parking structures are permitted in compliance with § 151.1509(b).
(Ord. 7-2006, passed 4-19-06; Am. Ord. 16-2013, passed 11-6-13; Am. Ord. 9, 2018, passed 7-11-18)