§ 158.036  SCHEDULE: AREA AND BULK REGULATIONS.
   (A)   To facilitate public understanding of this chapter and for the better administration and convenience of use thereof, the regulations limiting the dwelling unit density, the heights, bulk and arrangement of buildings for each of the districts established by § 158.030 of this chapter (or specified use) are set forth in § 158.036(D) of this chapter, hereinafter called “schedule”. Such schedule is hereby adopted and declared to be an integral part of this chapter, and it may be amended in the same manner as any other part of this chapter.
   (B)   For each district (or specified use) named in said schedule. the maximum number of dwelling units shall be as indicated in § 158.036 Column B; the minimum lot requirements shall be as indicated in § 158.036 Columns C, D, E; the minimum yard dimensions shall be as indicated in § 158.036 Columns F, G, H, I, J; maximum lot coverage therefore shall be indicated as § 158.036 Column K; permitted floor area ratio (ratio of floor area to lot area) shall be indicated as § 158.036 Column L; maximum building heights shall be as indicated in § 158.036 Column M; requirements for accessory buildings and uses, as to maximum height shall be as indicated in § 158.036 Column N; and as to minimum distance of detached accessory buildings and uses to principal buildings, streets and lot lines, as indicated in § 158.036 Columns O, P, Q, R, S, respectively; and as otherwise set forth in the Schedule and in notes and remarks appended thereto.
   (C)   A blank space in a block of a column of said Schedule indicates that the requirement of that column does not pertain to the district or use specified on the corresponding horizontal lines. The words “Same as SR-1 (or other symbol or reference)” as used in a column shall mean and include the specific limitations and requirements
as set forth in the same column for district referred to by such symbol or reference; otherwise the limitations and requirements in said schedule shall be read from left to right.
   (D)   Schedule: area and bulk regulations:
 
Principal Building or Structure Minimum Yard Dimensions for Agricultural and Residential Districts
Minimum Lot Size (See Note 1)
Principal Building or Structure
Minimum Yard Dimensions (See Note 2)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Zoning District
Maximum Number of Dwelling Units
Lot Area in Square Feet or Acres
Lot  Width at Building Line, in Linear Feet
Mean Lot Depth, in Linear Feet
Depth of Front Yard, in Linear Feet
Depth of Side Yard Abutting a Street, in Linear Feet
Depth of a Side Yard Abutting a Lot, in Linear Feet
Minimum Distance to Nearest Principal Structure on an Adjacent Lot, In Linear Feet
Depth of Rear Yard,
in Linear Feet
Maximum Lot Coverage in Percent (See  Note 3)
Maximum Floor Area Ratio  (See  Note 4)
Maximum Height of Principal Building in Linear Feet (See Note 5)
Total for Both
Minimum for Either
“A” Agricultural
1 per 3 acres of lot area
3 acres
150 feet
200 feet
25 feet
25 feet
20 feet
10 feet
20 feet
25 feet
20%
35 feet
“RR”
Rural Residential
1 per 1 acre of lot area
1 acre
100 feet
150 feet
25 feet
25 feet
20 feet
10 feet
20 feet
25 feet
25%
35 feet
“SR-1”
Single- Family
1 per 10,000 sq. ft. of lot area
10,000 sq. ft.
75 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
20 feet
10 feet
20 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“SR-1B”
Single- Family
1 per 10,000 sq. ft. of lot area
10,000 sq. ft.
75 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
15 feet
7½ feet
15 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“SR-2”
Single- Family
1 per 8,000 sq. ft. of lot area
8,000 sq. ft.
60 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
15 feet
7½ feet
15 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“SR-3”
Single- Family
1 per 6,000 sq. ft. of lot area
6,000 sq. ft.
50 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
10 feet
5 feet
10 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“MR-1”
2-, 3-, and 4-Family
1 per 3,000 sq. ft. of lot area
6,000 sq. ft. minimum, or 3,000 sq. ft. per dwelling unit, whichever is greater
50 feet minimum or 25 feet per dwelling unit, whichever is greater
120 feet
25 feet
25 feet
10 feet
5 feet
10 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“MR-2”
Multi- Family
1 per 2,700 sq. ft. of lot area
6,000
sq. ft. minimum, or 2,700 sq. ft. per dwelling unit, whichever is greater
50 feet minimum, or 10 feet per dwelling unit, whichever is greater
120 feet
25 feet
25 feet
10 feet minimum, or 6 inches per foot of building height, (½ the building’s height), whichever is greater
20 feet
25 feet
30%
3/4 : 1
35 feet
“MH-1” Single- Family Mobile Home Dwelling District
1 per 6,000 sq. ft. of lot area
6,000 sq. ft.
50 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
10 feet
5 feet
10 feet
25 feet
30%
35 feet
“O-1” Office District
1
8,000  sq. ft.
60 feet
100 feet
25 feet
25 feet
10 feet
5 feet
10 feet
20 feet
30%
3/4 : 1
35 feet
“B-1”
Community Business District
Not a permitted use (see Note 9)
 
 
 
 
 
No side yards are required except in the instances where the subject lot abuts an "RR", “SR”, “MR”, or “MH” District or where a side yard is voluntarily provided a side yard of at least 12 feet shall be required
12 feet where yard area is required or provided
20 feet
50%
2 : 1
92 feet or 8 stories in height, which is smaller
“B-2”
General Business District
Not a permitted use (see § 158.037 (D)(12))
 
 
 
 
 
No side yards are required except in the instances where the subject lot abuts an "RR", “SR”, “MR”, or “MH” District, a side yard of at least 25 feet shall be required or where a side yard is voluntarily provided, a side yard of at least 12 feet shall be required
12 feet where yard area is required or provided
20 feet
50%
2 : 1
92 feet or 8 stories in height, whichever is smaller
“I”
Industrial District
Not a permitted use (see § 158.037 (D)(13)
 
 
 
25 feet
25 feet
50 feet
25 feet
20 feet
40%
1 : 1
92 feet or 8 stories in height, whichever is smaller
 
 
 
Accessory Buildings or Structures (See Note 6)
If Detached, Minimum Yard Dimensions
A
N
O
P
Q
R
S
Zoning District
Maximum Height, in Linear Feet (See Note 5)
Principal Building or Structure, in Linear Feet
Front Lot Line in Linear Feet
Side Lot Line, Street Side, in Linear Feet
Side Lot Line, Interior Side, in Linear Feet
Rear Lot Line, in Linear Feet
“A” Agricultural
35 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“RR”
Rural Residential
35 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
5 feet
5 feet
“SR-1”
Single-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“SR-1B”
Single-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“SR-2”
Single-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“SR-3”
Single-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“MR-1”
2-, 3-, and
4-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“MR-2”
Multi-Family
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“MH-1” Single-Family Mobile Home Dwelling District
25 feet
10 feet
60 feet
25 feet
3 feet
3 feet
“O-1”
Office District
20 feet
10 feet
20 feet
25 feet
5 feet
5 feet
“B-1”
Community Business District
20 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
“B-2”
General Business District
20 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
12 feet
“I”
Industrial District
20 feet
10 feet
10 feet
10 feet
10 feet
10 feet
 
Note 1: Where the use of private individual wells and/or septic tank (or like private systems) is practiced, the maximum dwelling unit density, minimum lot area size, lot frontage and lot depth are subject to the operations of § 158.039(K).
Note 2:  Exceptions to the minimum yard dimensions are as established by § 158.039(P).
Note 3:  Coverage regulations do not apply to automobile parking areas.
Note 4:  Floor area ratio shall apply to the total area included in the development, excluding streets and other public areas, and shall not exceed the ratio specified for the district where the development is located.
Note 5:  Exceptions to the maximum height limitations of buildings and structures are as established in § 158.039(O).
Note 6:  Any attached accessory building shall be considered as part of the principal building.
Note 7:  Signs are regulated by the provisions of §§ 158.160 through 158.168.
Note 8:  Parking lots and driveways abutting a residence district. Whenever a parking lot or a driveway to a parking lot is hereafter established in other than a residence district so as to abut the side or rear line of a lot in a residence district, a solid masonry wall, shrubbery planting, or a fence not less than five feet high and not more than eight feet high shall be constructed and maintained along said side or rear lot line.  In addition in all districts, the lighting, including any permitted illuminated sign, on any parking lot or driveway shall be arranged so that there will be no annoying glare directed or reflected toward residence buildings or residence districts.
Note 9:  Residential uses are allowed in the “B-1” district only as a special use and any such residential uses established in the “B-1” district shall comply with all of the regulations of the least restrictive residential district in which that type of residential use is permitted, see § 158.037(12)(c) listing of special uses in the “B-1” district.
   (E)   Use specific regulations.
      (1)   Churches. Minimum lot area and yard dimensions for churches and other places of formal worship are additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(D).
      (2)   Fences, walls and hedges. Fences, walls and hedges are subject to the operations of § 158.038(A).
      (3)   Fishing clubs. Setbacks applicable to buildings, parking lots or other intense use activity for fishing lakes or clubs are additionally regulated by the applicable provisions of § 158.037(D).
      (4)   Golf courses. Setbacks applicable to clubhouses, parking lots, and accessory buildings for regulation and “Par 3” golf courses are additionally regulated by the applicable provisions of § 158.037(D).
      (5)   Gun clubs. Setbacks from neighboring dwelling uses for gun clubs are additionally regulated by the applicable provisions of § 158.037(D).
      (6)   Incinerators. Setbacks from adjacent buildings or structures for incinerators (for home use) are additionally regulated by the applicable provisions of § 158.037(D).
      (7)   Nursery schools. Minimum lot area and off-street loading of children for nursery schools are additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(Q).
      (8)   Nursing homes. Minimum lot area for nursing homes is additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(P).
      (9)   Public buildings. Minimum yard dimensions for public buildings are additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(J).
      (10)   Public service facilities. Minimum lot width and depth dimensions for electrical, gas or telephone substations and exchanges are subject to the operation of §§ 158.038(K) and 158.039(Q).
      (11)   Schools. Minimum lot area and yard dimensions for private and parochial schools are additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(L). Public schools are deemed to be public buildings and are additionally subject to the operation of § 158.038(J).
(Ord. 623, passed 9-8-1970; Ord. 659, passed 9-8-1970; Ord. 1584, passed 12-21-1992; Ord. 1762, passed 5-15-1995; Ord. 1796, passed 10-30-1995; Ord. 1878, passed 11-18-1996; Ord. 1881, passed 11-18-1996; Ord. 3538, passed 9-17-2007; Ord. 3817, passed 2-18-2014; Ord. 4021, passed 12-4-2017)