1282.11  SCHEDULE OF PARKING REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIFIC USES.
   Parking requirements for specific uses shall be as follows:
   (a)   One and two-family dwellings, two parking spaces for each family dwelling unit;
   (b)   Three or more family dwellings, two parking spaces for each family dwelling unit;
   (c)   Hotels and clubs, one parking space for each six guests or sleeping rooms and suites, plus one parking space for each 300 square feet of floor area devoted to supplementary parking- generative activities such as bars, ballrooms, dining rooms, nightclub facilities and the like;
   (d)   Tourist homes, one parking space for each guest or sleeping room or suite, plus one additional space for the owner or manager on the premises;
   (e)   Lodging, rooming and boarding houses, one parking space for each four guests, plus one additional space for the owner or manager if he or she is a resident on the premises;
   (f)   Private clubs or lodges (without sleeping rooms), parking spaces equal in number to twenty-five percent of the total membership;
   (g)   Hospitals, one parking space for each three hospital beds, plus one parking space for each 1,500 square feet of gross floor area in resident's quarters, plus one additional space for each staff or visiting doctor;
   (h)   Sanitariums, convalescent homes, nursing homes or homes for the aged, one space for each four patient beds plus one additional space for each staff or visiting doctor;
   (i)   Medical or dental clinics and similar facilities, one parking space per 200 gross square feet of floor area;
   (j)   Mortuaries or funeral parlors, five parking spaces for each room used as a chapel or parlor, plus one space for each funeral vehicle maintained on the premises, plus one space for each family residing on the premises;
   (k)   Bowling alleys, two parking spaces for each alley plus such additional spaces as may be determined by the Building Commissioner for affiliated uses such as bars, restaurants and the like;
   (l)   Convention halls, dance halls, skating rinks, assembly halls, exhibition halls or other places of assembly, one parking space for each 100 square feet of floor area used for assembly;
   (m)   Stadiums, sports arena, auditorium and gymnasium, other than incidental to a school, one parking space for each eight seats;
   (n)   Indoor theaters, one parking space for each ten seats up to 500, plus one parking space for each five seats above 500;
   (o)   Church, Sunday school, high school, college and university auditoriums, one parking space for each four seats provided in such buildings or structures;
   (p)   Airports, railroad passenger stations, bus depots or other passenger terminal facilities (special uses), such parking space as Council, subject to the recommendation of the Plan Commission, deems adequate for employees, passengers, spectators, visitors and others;
   (q)   Banks, business or professional offices, or public administration buildings, one parking space for each 230 square feet of floor area; and drive-in banks and facilities shall have four stacking spaces per teller window;
   (r)   Mixed uses, the sum of the requirements for the various individual uses, computed separately in accordance with this section, provided that facilities for one use shall not be considered as providing the required parking facilities for any other use in the same building or on the same lot;
   (s)   Establishments handling the sale and consumption, on the premises, of alcoholic beverages, food or refreshments, one parking space for each 230 square feet of floor area;
   (t)   Retail stores and service shops, one parking space for each 230 square feet of floor area;
   (u)   Furniture and appliance stores, motor vehicle sales, wholesale stores, household equipment, furniture repair shops or machinery sales, one parking space for each 600 square feet of floor area; and
   (v)   Manufacturing and industrial uses, research and testing laboratories, laundry and dry-cleaning plants, printing, binding, publishing and issuing of newspapers, periodicals, books and other reading matter, telephone exchanges, warehouses and storage buildings, engraving shops, assembly of materials and products, and other similar uses, one parking space for each four employees, based upon the maximum number of persons to be employed at any one work period during the day or night, plus such additional parking facilities as are required for all vehicles used in the conduct of the enterprise.
(Ord. 1983-13. Passed 10-24-83; Ord. 1986-31. Passed 9-8-86; Ord. 2008-15.  Passed 4-14-08.)