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In computing the number of parking spaces required by this Code, the following rules shall apply:
(A) Floor Area. Where floor area is designated as the standard for determining parking space requirements, gross floor area shall be used for all land uses.
(B) Seats. The number of seating units installed or indicated, or each 24 lineal inches of benches, pews, or space for loose chairs or similar seating facilities.
(C) Employees. Where employees are the standard for determining parking space requirements, employees shall mean the maximum number of employees or contract workers on any two successive shifts.
(D) Fractional Numbers. Where the computation results in a fractional unit, one additional off-street parking space shall be provided.
(E) Parking for Mixed Uses. A building or group of buildings containing 2 or more uses, operating normally during the same hours, and which have different off-street parking requirements, may jointly provide spaces for not less than the sum of the spaces required for each use. Planning Commission may reduce the total number of parking spaces required for a mixed use building or buildings when the uses do not operate with the same hours. The Planning Commission may use calculations by the Urban Land Institute or other studies to calculate the appropriate number of spaces.
(Ord. 5-2005, passed 3-23-05; Am. Ord. 16-2013, passed 11-6-13)