1187.06   SCHEDULE OF REQUIRED OFF-STREET PARKING.
 
BUILDING OR USE
REQUIRED MINIMUM PARKING SPACE
   Residential
   (a)   One-family dwelling
2 spaces per dwelling unit.
   (b)   Two-family dwelling
2 spaces per dwelling unit.
   (c)   Rooming house
1 space per dwelling unit.
 
(Ord. 1965-56. Passed 8-23-56.)
 
BUILDING OR USE
REQUIRED MINIMUM PARKING SPACE
   (d)   Group dwelling, condominium or apartment
2-1/2 spaces per dwelling unit.
   100 percent of the parking requirements for single-family dwelling units and eighty percent of all parking requirements for two-family dwelling units, rooming houses, group dwellings, condominiums or apartments shall be in the form of garage parking spaces. For this purpose, “garage” means a building or portion thereof designed for the storage of automobiles and which is fully protected from the elements by walls, roof, windows and doors.
(Ord. 1976-26. Passed 4-12-76.)
The Planning Commission, upon application of the owner of a building or business, may modify Section 1187.06 to provide less than the required percentage of garage parking, where in unusual circumstances undue hardship would be suffered or no good purpose would be served by compliance with such requirements, provided that the applicant provides a landscape buffer to screen open parking that is approved by the Landscape Architect and City Engineer, and in no instance shall the covered parking be less than 25% of the required number of covered parking spaces.
 
 
BUILDING OR USE
REQUIRED MINIMUM PARKING SPACE
   (e)   Hotels, motels and tourist homes
1 space per guest room.
   Institutions
   (f)   Hospitals
1 space per two beds.
   (g)   Clinics, health centers
1 space per 200 sq. ft. gross floor area.
   (h)   Libraries, museums
1 space per 400 sq. ft.
   (i)   Places of worship
1 space per each 4 seats in auditorium and assembly room. Assembly room includes without any limitation of its ordinary meaning the portion of the church in which the congregation worships.
   (j)   Mortuaries
1 space per 30 sq. ft. of assembly room, or 1 space for each 6 seats, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   (k)   Public buildings, municipal and educational
1 space per each full-time employee, or 1 space for each classroom and/or office, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   Amusements and Assembly
   (l)   Theatres, lodge halls, assembly rooms, arenas, stadiums and other auditoriums (including those in schools, etc.)
1 space per 4 seats in building.
   (m)   Dance halls, skating rinks, swimming pools
1 space per 50 sq. ft. of area used for dancing, skating or swimming.
   (n)   Bowling alleys
5 spaces per alley.
   (o)   Internet cafes
A minimum of 35 off-street parking places, or 1 such space for every 2 computerized sweepstake devices, whichever is greater
   Business
   (p)   Medical and dental offices
5 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft.
   (q)   Office
4.5 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft.
   (r)   Retail stores, banks
      Retail space 10,000 sq. ft. or less
5 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft.
      Retail space 10,001 to 40,000 sq. ft.
5 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft.
      Retail space over 40,001 sq. ft.
4.5 spaces per 1,000 sq. ft.
   (s)   Eating places, bars, taverns
1 space per 50 sq. ft. floor area or
1 space for each 2 seats, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   (t)   Auto wash establishments
1 space per 50 sq. ft. of floor area.
      At least ten percent of the required parking spaces shall be permanent off- street parking spaces with proper ingress and egress and the balance may be in waiting line driveways and the wash line itself.
   (u)   Barber shops and beauty parlors
1 space per 75 sq. ft. floor area.
   Commercial - Manufacturing
   (v)   Machine, shops, manufacturing and printing plants, laboratories and similar establishments
1 space per 400 sq. ft. of floor area, or
1 space for each 1-1/2 employees, whichever requires the greater number of spaces.
   Other Buildings or Uses
   (w)   For a specific building or use not scheduled above, application shall be made to the Planning Commission for a determination of the off-street parking space to be required, to be most similar to the proposed building or use.
   Combined Uses
   (x)   If any building is used for more than one of the above scheduled uses, the off-street parking requirements shall be computed for each separate use and all such individual requirements totaled to determine the total requirement of the building.
   Undue Hardship
   (y)   The Planning Commission, upon application of the owner of a building or business, may modify the off-street parking requirements where in unusual circumstances undue hardship would be suffered or no good purpose would be served by compliance with such requirements.
   Jurisdiction
   (z)   Upon its own determination, the Planning Commission shall have the right to assume jurisdiction in order to inspect and approve the parking plan of any new occupant in any Class C zoning.
 
(Ord. 1965-56. Passed 8-23-65; Ord. 2003-11. Passed 5-12-03; Ord. 2013-3. Passed 1-28-13; Ord. 2014-17. Passed 6-23-14.)