SECTION 13.3 SPECIFIC OFF STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS:
The amount of off street parking space required for uses, building, or additions and changes in intensity of uses thereto shall be determined according to the following requirements, and the space, so required, shall be stated in the application for a zoning and building permit and shall be reserved for such use. Where more than one use is located in the same building, each individual use shall be in accordance with the off street parking requirements of this section of the ordinance.
 
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SPECIFIC OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS
 
TYPE OF USES
REQUIRED NUMBER OF PARKING SPACES
A.
Airport, railroad passenger stations and bus terminals
One (1) parking space per each four (4) seating accommodations for waiting passengers, plus one (1) parking space per each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
B.
Automobile service stations
One (1) space for each gas pump island, plus two (2) spaces for each working day, plus one (1) parking space for each employee on largest shift.
C.
Beauty parlors and/or barber shops
Two (2) parking spaces per barber and/or beauty shop operator.
D.
Bowling establishments
Five (5) parking spaces for each lane: plus one (1) space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
E.
Car Wash
One (1) parking space for each employee, plus one (1) space per owner or manager and reservoir space equal to five (5) times the capacity of laundry.
F.
City and/or county government
One (1) parking space for each two hundred (200) square offices feet of gross floor area.
G.
Commercial event center
One (1) parking space per one hundred fifty (150) square feet of FGA, plus one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
H.
Commercial or trade schools
One (1) parking space for each two (2) students based on design capacity of school, plus one (1) parking space for each employee.
I.
Convalescent homes, nursing homes, rest homes, homes for the aged, and orphanages
One (1) parking space for two (2) beds, plus one (1) space for each two (2) employees or staff members, including nurses, on the shift of largest employment plus one (1) parking space per doctor.
J.
Dance halls, pool and billiard halls and exhibition halls without fixed seats
One (1) parking space for each one hundred (100) square feet of floor area used for dancing or assembly, or one (1) space for each four (4) persons based on design capacity, whichever is greater, plus one (1) space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
K
Dormitories, Fraternities, Sorority houses and other group housing
One (1) parking space per each two residents, plus one (1) parking space per owner or operator; plus one (1) parking space per employee; or one (1) parking space for each two seats for membership meetings, whichever is greater, based on design capacity.
L
Dwellings:
One Family two (2) parking spaces. Two Family four (4) parking spaces, with individual access for each dwelling unit, or a joint access in which no parking is permitted on the access drive.
M
Dwellings: Multi-Family
   1.   One (1) parking space for every one-bedroom dwelling unit and two (2) spaces for every dwelling unit with two (2) or more bedrooms.
 
 
   2.   For multi-family units designed for occupancy by the elderly only one (1) space per each two (2) dwelling units.
N.
Establishments for sale and consumption on the premises of alcoholic beverages, food and refreshments, or for take home food services (including night clubs)
One (1) parking space per each:
 
 
   1.   30 square feet of gross floor dining area in a drive-in restaurant;
 
 
   2.   140 square feet of gross dining area in a carry-out restaurant.
 
 
   3.   40 square feet of gross floor dining area or two (2) seating accommodations, based on maximum seating capacity, whichever is greater, in a combination restaurant;
 
 
   4.   Two (2) seating accommodations, based on maximum seating capacity, in a sit-down restaurant.
 
 
   5.   Plus one (1) parking space per each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment in any type restaurant. 
O.
Fire stations
One (1) parking space per each person on duty on largest shift
P.
Hospitals
One (1) parking space for each two (2) beds, plus one (1) space for each two (2) employees, or staff members, including nurses, on the shift of largest employment, plus one (1) parking space per doctor.
Q.
Laundromats
One (1) parking space for each two (2) washing machines, plus one (1) parking space for each employee.
R.
Libraries, museums and and art galleries
One (1) parking space per each four (4) seats in rooms for public assembly or one (1) parking space for each fifty (50) square feet of gross floor area for use by the public, whichever is greater, plus one (1) space for each two employees on shift of largest employment.
S.
Medical offices and/or clinics
Five (5) parking spaces per each practitioner plus one (1) parking space per each two (2) employees or one (1) parking space per each two hundred (200) square feet of gross floor area in the building, plus one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees, whichever is greater.
T.
Mortuaries or funeral homes
One (1) parking space for each four (4) seats in the main chapel or public assembly area based on maximum seating capacity, plus one (1) parking space for each funeral vehicle and employee, or in the case of no fixed seats, one (1) parking space for each fifty (50) square feet of floor area in on parlors or service rooms, or one (1) parking space for each four (4) persons, based on designed capacity of building, whichever is greater, plus one (1) parking space for each funeral vehicle and employee.
U.
Offices for professional, business and financial, real estate, and business purposes other than medical offices and/or clinics
One (1) parking space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of gross floor area.
V.
Post Offices
One (1) parking space for each four hundred (400) square feet of gross floor area, plus one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees on the shift of largest employment; plus one (1) space for each vehicle operating from the premises.
W.
Boarding houses and lodge halls
One (1) parking space for each guest sleeping room, or one (1) parking space per each four (4) fixed seats in the main assembly area, whichever is greater, plus one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees, or in the case of no fixed seats, one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees.
X.
Retail and personal service stores
4 spaces per 1,000 square feet of gross leasable area.
Y.
Schools - Elementary, junior high and equivalent, private or parochial schools
One (1) parking space per teacher and administrator or one (1) space for each four (4) seats in the auditorium, stadium, and other places of assembly of facilities available to the public based on maximum seating capacity, whichever is greater.
Z.
Schools - Senior high, trade and vocational, colleges and universities and equivalent private or parochial schools
Six (6) spaces per each room to be used for class instruction or administrative offices or one (1) space  for each four (4) seats in the auditorium, stadium, and other places of assembly or facilities available to the public based on maximum seating capacity, whichever is greater.
AA.
Shopping Centers
5.5 parking spaces per 1,000 feet of gross leasable area.
BB.
Stadium and sports arenas
One (1) parking space for each four (4) seats, based on a maximum seating capacity, plus one (1) additional space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment
CC.
Theaters, auditoriums, churches and places of assembly with fixed seats
One (1) parking space for each four (4) seats, based on a maximum seating capacity, plus one (1) additional space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
DD.
Theaters, auditoriums, churches and places of assembly without fixed seats
One (1) parking space per four (4) people based on designed capacity of building, or one (1) parking space per one hundred (100) square feet in main auditorium or assembly area, whichever is greater, plus one (1) parking space for each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment. 
EE.
Tourist homes, cabins, motels or hotels, excluding areas used for meeting rooms and places of assembly
One (1) parking space for each sleeping room or suite, plus one (1) space per each two (2) employees on shift of largest employment.
FF.
Industrial establishments, including manufacturing research and testing laboratories
Two (2) parking spaces for each three (3) employees the total number of parking spaces being the total number of employees on any two (2) consecutive shifts having the largest number of employees, based on designed capacity, plus one (1) parking space for each company vehicle operating from the premises.
GG.
Wholesale establishments, warehouses and storage buildings
One (1) parking space for each employee, plus one (1) parking space for each company vehicle operating from the premises.
HH.
All other Uses Not Listed Herein
Based on study to be prepared by owner or operator, number of spaces to be required determined according to:
 
 
   (a)    Type of use and estimated number of total trips generated during peak conditions (inbound and outbound); and
 
 
   (b)    Estimated parking duration per vehicle trip (turnover rates). Based on estimated number of trips generated and average parking duration per trip, calculate number of spaces required, plus one (1) space to be  provided for each two (2) employees based on shift of maximum employment.
 
(Am. Ord. O-2020-006, passed 3-10-2020)