1179.07  OFF-STREET PARKING STANDARDS.
   The number of off-street parking spaces for each facility, establishment, or use shall be determined by application of the standards noted in Schedule 1179.07
Schedule 1179.07
Required Off-Street Parking Spaces
Principal Building or Use
Minimum Parking Requirement (a) (b)
(a)   Residential:
   (1)   Single-family dwelling, detached
2 spaces per dwelling unit, at least 1 enclosed
   (2)   Cluster single-family detached dwelling
2 spaces per dwelling unit, at least 1 enclosed
   (3)   Single-family dwellings, attached
2 enclosed spaces per dwelling unit
   (4)   Adult care facility and residential facility
1 space per 2 beds
   (5)   Family day care home for 1-6 children (Type B)
1 space per non-resident attendant + 1 drop-off space + single-family detached dwelling requirement
(b)   Community  Facilities/ Institutions
   (1)   Civic center
1 space for every 6 seats in the portion of the building to be used for assembly use plus any other use requirements
   (2)   Elementary and junior high/middle schools
2 spaces per classroom plus 1 space for every 4 seats in the largest auditorium or assembly room
   (3)   High school
1 space for every teacher, employee and administrator, plus 1 space per 7 students, plus 1 space for every 4 seats in the largest auditorium or sports arena
   (4)   Place of worship/church
1 space for every 6 seats in the portion of the building to be used for assembly use
   (5)   Public park
As may be determined by the Planning Commission
   (6)   Public service facility(c)
As may be determined by the Planning Commission
   (7)   Recreational Space & Associated Facilities(c)
As may be determined by the Planning Commission
(c)   Office & Professional Services
   (1)   Administrative, business and/or professional office
One space per 300 square feet of floor area.
   (2)   Bank and other financial institutions
One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
   (3)   Medical/dental office
Five spaces per doctor and/or dentist
(d)   Retail & Services
   (1)   Beauty salons and barber shops
2 spaces per beauty or barber chair
   (2)   Retail establishment
One space per 250 square feet of floor area.
   (3)   Restaurant, indoor
One space per fifty (50) square feet of floor area or one (1) space per two seats, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   (4)   Restaurant, outdoor seating
One space per fifty (50) square feet of floor area or one (1) space per two seats, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   (5)   Service establishment, business
One space per 250 square feet of floor area.
   (6)   Service establishment, personal (except as otherwise specified in this Chapter)
One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
   (7)   School, specialty/personal instruction
1 space for every instructor, employee and administrator, plus 1 space for every 2 students
Notes to Schedule 1179.07:
(a)   A minimum of five (5) spaces is required for each facility other than single-family detached dwellings or cluster single-family detached dwellings.
(b)   For specific buildings or uses not scheduled above, the Planning Commission shall apply the unit of measurement set forth in the above schedule which is deemed to be most similar to the proposed use.
(c)   Specific requirements shall be based on requirements for similar uses, location of proposed use, surrounding land uses, expected demand and traffic generated by the proposed use, and appropriate traffic engineering and planning  criteria and information.
   (e)   Parking Requirement Reductions.  The Planning Commission may approve a development plan with fewer parking spaces than required by Schedule 1179.07 according to the findings of a parking assessment, prepared by applicant, when submitted according to the regulations of this sub-section.  Any costs associated with the development of such a parking assessment shall be borne by the applicant.
      (1)   A parking assessment shall be submitted with the development plan for all proposed uses according to the development plan review procedures set forth in Chapter 1127.
      (2)   The goal of this parking assessment is to document the applicant's request to provide fewer parking spaces than required in Schedule 1179.07. In reviewing the parking assessment, the Planning Commission may approve a fewer number of parking spaces, provided that the parking proposed shall satisfy the parking demands of the use without placing excess burden on other available parking facilities or in surrounding areas of the Village.
      (3)   The parking assessment shall include a description of the use and its anticipated relationship to, and impact on the surrounding community. At a minimum, the assessment shall include the following:
         A.   The nature of the proposed uses, activities and events that will be accommodated.
         B.   The maximum design capacity of the facility.
         C.   The anticipated pattern of use, including peak hours.
         D.   The estimated traffic generation and parking demand, including the estimated number of parking spaces required at peak capacity.
         E.   The number of parking spaces required according to Schedule 1179.07 compared to the number of spaces proposed.
         F.   How the available spaces meet the needs of the proposed use.
         G.   Suggested parking management solutions to address any anticipated discrepancy between the number of parking spaces available and anticipated parking demand.
            (Ord. 2012-21.  Passed 7-11-12.)