SEC. 16-362.  DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS.
   (A)   Minimum dwelling size - One bedroom:  450 square feet; two or more bedrooms:  800 square feet.
   (B)   Building separation - Minimum separation between any two buildings shall be a distance equal to half of the height of the taller structure unless otherwise determined by health and safety requirements during the Development Advisory Committee review process.
   (C)   Recreation facilities - Multiple-family attached dwelling units of 12 units or more shall provide common recreational facilities with interior yard space areas to include, but not be limited to, one or more of the following:
      (1)   Swimming pools;
      (2)   Spa;
      (3)   Tennis and/or basketball or volleyball courts;
      (4)   Barbecues and outdoor picnic facilities;
      (5)   Recreation buildings;
      (6)   Exercise courses and stations;
      (7)   Children's play equipment; and
      (8)   Such other facilities as are approved by the planning commission.
   (D)   Open area - Projects having 12 or more units shall provide at least one lawn area of not less than 2,500 square feet and having a minimum dimension of not less than 35 feet.
   (E)   Distance to garage from dwelling unit - The maximum distance to a garage from any dwelling unit entry shall be 75 feet.
   (F)   Balconies and patios - All second story dwelling units shall have at least one patio or balcony, having a minimum dimension of ten feet.
   (G)   Balcony enclosures - All balconies and patios shall have railings or walls which provide at least 50 % enclosure.
   (H)   Storage areas - Each dwelling unit shall have a storage area of at least 225 cubic feet. The storage area may be included in the garage area, but may not intrude into the minimum garage dimensions.
   (I)   Garages - All garages shall have automatic garage door openers.  All garage doors shall have architectural treatment or detail.
   (J)   Utility meters - Wall-mounted utility meters shall be screened or integrated into the building design.
   (K)   Refuse enclosures - Refuse enclosures shall be designed to reflect the major design elements or details of the residential units and shall provide an access for persons separate from the refuse vehicle access.
(`64 Code, Sec. 36-7.9.3)  (Ord. No. 2152, 2923)