18.83.040   Addressing.
   A.   Address numbering concept: The address numbering concept used in this chapter is point-of-origin/baseline. North-south and east-west baselines shall be established for each address system. The intersection of the north-south and east-west baselines shall be the point-of-origin. Numbering shall increase in the north, south, east and west directions from the point-of-origin.
   B.   Address Systems. Discrete areas of Pima County shall be given their own baselines, points-of-origin, grids radiating from the points-of-origin, and street numbers.
      1.   Address systems shall be established only in areas which will not overlap other address systems, however distant.
      2.   If an existing address system expands to overlap another address system, a dominant system shall be selected, and:
         a.   The nondominant system shall have limits established to restrict further expansion; or
         b.   The nondominant system shall be abandoned and readdressed to conform to the dominant system.
      3.   A grid shall be based upon the standard land surveying construct of section, township and range.
      4.   The section (one square mile) shall be the primary grid division with:
         a.   Each section line divided into eight equal parts, each part being a hundred block; and
         b.   Each hundred block divided into equal numeric increments 0 through 99;
         c.   Hundred block numbers shall be established on each section line, quarter-section line, sixteenth-section line, and sixty-fourth section line;
         d.   Hundred block numbers shall be displayed on each section line of the hundred block base map for each address system;
         e.   Existing sections with nonconforming hundred blocks shall remain unchanged.
   C.   The following address systems are established:
      1.   Tucson.
         a.   East-west baseline: Congress Street thence into Broadway Boulevard and the east and west prolongations of their alignments. Deviations are shown on Map 18.83.110(A).
         b.   North-south baseline: Stone Avenue and the north and south prolongations of its alignment. Deviations are shown on Map 18.83.110(B).
      2.   Green valley:
         a.   East-west baseline: Esperanza Boulevard and the east and west prolongations of its alignment.
         b.   North-south baseline: Interstate 19 (I-19) and the north and south prolongations of its alignment.
         c.   Boundaries: Beginning at the northeast corner of section 32, township 17 south, range 14 east. Thence south to the southeast corner of section 20, township 18 south, range 14 east. Thence west to the southwest corner of section 19, township 18 south, range 14 east. Thence north to a point which intersects the west line of section 19, township 18 south, range 14 east, and the east boundary line of the San Ignacio de la Canoa land grant. Thence southwesterly along the east boundary of the San Ignacio de la Canoa land grant to the southeast corner of said land grant. Thence northwesterly along the south boundary of the San Ignacio de la Canoa land grant to the southwest corner of said land grant. Thence west to the southwest corner of section 24, township 19 south, range 12 east. Thence north to the northwest corner of section 36, township 18 south, range 12 east. Thence east to the southeast corner of section 29, township 18 south, range 13 east. Thence north to the northeast corner of section 17, township 18 south, range 13 east. Thence west to a point which lies on the centerline of Duval Mine Road. Thence northeasterly along the centerline of Duval Mine Road, also known as Nogales Highway (U.S. 89), east of Interstate I-19, to a point which intersects the north section line of section 36, township 17 south, range 13 east. Thence east to the northeast corner of section 32, township 17 south, range 14 east, the point of beginning.
   Deviations are shown on Map 18.83.110(E).
      3.   Ajo:
         a.   Addressing area containing all of sections 1-36, township 11 south, range 6 west, all of sections 1-36, township 12 south, range 6 west and all of sections 1-36, of township 13 south, range 6 west of the Gila and Salt River Base Meridian, Pima County, Arizona.
   Deviations are shown on Map 18.83.110(C).
         b.   Boundaries: Beginning at the northeast corner of section 1, township 11 south, range 6 west. Thence, south along the east lines of sections 1,12,13,24,25 and 36, township 11 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 1, township 12 south, range 6 west.
            Thence  south along the east lines of sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25 and 36, township 12 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 1 of township 13 south, range 6 west.
            Thence south along the east lines of sections 1, 12, 13, 24, 25, and 36, township 13 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 1 of township 14 south, range 6 west.
            Thence west along the south lines of sections 36, 35, 34, 33, 32 and 31, township 12 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the east line of section 36 of township 13 south, range 7 west.
            Thence north along the west lines of sections 31, 30, 19, 18, 7 and 6, township 13 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 31 of township 12 south, range 6 west.
            Thence north along the west lines of sections 31, 30, 19, 18, 7 and 6, township 12 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 31 of township 11 south, range 6 west.
            Thence north along the west lines of sections 31, 30, 19, 18, 7 and 6, township 11 south, range 6 west, to its intersection with the north line of section 31 of township 10 south, range 6 west. Also known as the Pinal County Limits.
            Thence east along the north lines of sections 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1, township 11 south, range 6 west, to the northeast corner of section 1, township 11 south, range 6 west and being the point of beginning. Map 18.83.110(C).
      4.   Corona De Tucson:
         a.   Addressing area containing all of sections 32, 33 and 34, township 16 south, range 16 east, all of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 23 and 25 of township 17 south, range 15 east and all of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 30 of township 17 south, range 16 east.
         b.   Boundaries: Beginning at the northwest corner of section 32, township 16 south, range 16 east. Thence east along the north lines of sections 32, 33 and 34 to its intersection with the west line of section 26, township 16 south, range 16 east.
            Thence south along the east line of section 34, township 16 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the north line of section 3, township 17 south, range 16 east.
            Thence east along the north lines of sections 3, 2 and 1, township 17 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the west line of section 6, township 17 south, range 17 east.
            Thence south along the east lines of sections 1 and 12, township 17 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the north line of section 13, township 17 south, range 16 east.
            Thence west along the south lines of sections 12, 11, 10, 9, 8 and 7, township 17 south, range 16 east, to its intersection with the east line of section 13, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence south along the east line of section 13, township 17 south, range 15 east, to its intersection with the north line of section 24, township 17 south, range 15 east
            Thence west along the south line of section 13, township 17 south, range 15 east, to its intersection with the north line of section 23, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence south along the east line of section 23, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the north line of section 25, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence east along the north line of section 25, township 17 south, range 15 east and east along the north line of section 30, township 17 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the north line of section 29, township 17 south, range 16 east.
            Thence south along the east line of section 30, township 17 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the north line of section 31, township 17 south, range 16 east.
            Thence west along the south line of section 30, township 17 south, range 16 east and west along the south line of section 25, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the east line of section 26, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence north along the west line of section 25, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the south line of section 23, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence west along the south line of section 23, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the east line of section 22, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence north along the west line of sections 23 and 14, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the south line of section 10, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence south along the west line of sections 10 and 9, township 17 south, range 15 east to its intersection with the east line of section 8, township 17 south, range 15 east.
            Thence north along the west line of sections 9 and 4, township 17 south, range 15 east, to its intersection with the north line of section 33, township 16 south, range 15 east.
            Thence east along the north line of sections 4, 3, 2 and 1, township 17 south, range 15 east and east along the north line of section 6, township 17 south, range 16 east to its intersection with the west line of section 32, township 16 south, range 16 east.
            Thence north along the west line to the northwest corner of section 32, township 16 south, range 16 east and being the Point of Beginning. Map 18.83.110(D).
      5.   Why:
            Addressing area containing all of section 25, township 13 south, range 5 west of the Gila and Salt River Base Meridian, Pima County Arizona. Map 18.83.110(F).
   D.   Street names.
      1.   Any property owner or abutter may request establishment of a street name for any unnamed existing or proposed street or the renaming of any street. The requesting person shall submit proposed names.
         a.   A request for naming or renaming shall be made during the planning stages or the tentative subdivision plat or development plan phases if the street lies within a subdivision plat or a development plan.
         b.   A request for naming or renaming shall be accompanied by the written consent of the owners of more than fifty percent by number of the properties addressed from the street. Consent petitions shall be on forms provided by the development services department.
         c.   Street names found by the addressing official to be in conformance with the standards in this chapter or adopted under this chapter shall be recorded with the county recorder.
      2.   Street names shall be composed of:
         a.   A directional prefix: The following are acceptable directional prefixes. These shall not be spelled out in the street name. Definitions in parenthesis shall not be used:
            1)   N (North);
            2)   S (South);
            3)   E (East);
            4)   W (West).
         b.   A primary name: The primary name may be composed of one or more words and each primary name shall be considered unique. For example, Park Avenue, Midvale Avenue and Midvale Park Road would each be considered unique primary names. Foreign language names are also included, such as Placita Vista Hermosa and Via Hermosa.
         c.   A suffix: The following are acceptable suffixes and the two letter abbreviation shall be used on all street signs when complete spelling is limited by space. Abbreviations in () may be used only on signs which must meet TFCD installation standards:
            1)   Alley, Al;
            2)   Avenue, Av (Ave);
            3)   Beltway, Bw;
            4)   Boulevard, Bl (Blvd);
            5)   Circle, Ci (Cir);
            6)   Court, Ct;
            7)   Drive, Dr;
            8)   Highway, Hy (Hwy);
            9)   Lane, Ln;
            10)   Loop, Lp;
            11)   Parkway, Pw (Pkwy);
            12)   Pass, Ps;
            13)   Path, Ph;
            14)   Place, Pl;
            15)   Road, Rd;
            16)   Square, Sq;
            17)   Stravenue, Sv (Stra);
            18)   Street, St;
            19)   Terrace, Te (Terr);
            20)   Trail, Tr;
            21)   Way, Wy;
      3.   Review criteria for acceptance of street names:
         a.   Nonduplication;
         b.   Alignment;
         c.   Correct spelling;
         d.   Reasonableness;
         e.   Phonetics;
         f.   Length of name;
         g.   Same language usage;
         h.   Compliance with Section 18.83.040.D.4.; and
         i.   Street names shall not include language determined by the addressing official to be derogatory.
      4.   Use of languages other than English:
         a.   The person submitting foreign language street names shall provide the addressing official with a notarized affidavit of review compliance from a qualified street name reviewer. An applicant for qualification as a street name reviewer shall submit to the addressing official evidence of a degree from a four-year college or university with a major in the language being reviewed.
         b.   Street names using native American words shall be certified by an authorized representative of the appropriate nation.
         c.   Foreign language name review shall include:
            1)   Proper gender and number (generally used version; avoid exceptions);
            2)   Appropriate article;
            3)   Commonly used meanings;
            4)   English translation;
            5)   Language type; and
            6)   Proper prefix or suffix translation in the language being reviewed.
      5.   General Restrictions on Street Names. Unless otherwise permitted by these standards:
         a.   A new street falling on the alignment of an existing named street shall not assume a different name than the existing aligned street, regardless of distance or jurisdiction. Exception: Natural/physical barriers may permanently prevent an alignment and a new name may be required as determined by the addressing official.
         b.   A new street falling on an alignment with multiple names shall assume the predominate or closest proximity street name.
         c.   Perpendicular directions for the same street name shall not be permitted.
         d.   Existing names shall not be assigned to any other alignment.
         e.   Each name shall not have more than one version of spelling.
      6.   Phonetically unsuitable names shall not be used:
         a.   Homonyms, homophones;
         b.   Names that tend to be slurred;
         c.   Names which are likely to be run together (e.g., Golden Rod, Goldenrod); and
         d.   Names which may be difficult to pronounce.
      7.   Primary name and suffix (abbreviation) shall be limited sixteen characters and spaces in length.
      8.   Mixed language usage shall not be used (e.g., Camino Rock).
      9.   Directional prefixes in primary names:
         a.   Directional prefixes shall not be used as a primary name, either in whole or in a compound form (e.g., North St., Northaire Ave., or Northwest Road).
         b.   Derivative forms of directional prefixes are permissible (e.g., Northern Ave., Southern Star Lane).
      10.   A primary street name may be duplicated once if the street has:
         a.   The same primary name as a street it intersects perpendicularly; and
         b.   A suffix of place or court.
      11.   Abbreviations and slang terms shall not be used.
      12.   Numbered streets shall be recorded and displayed numerically and not spelled.
      13.   No east-west numbered street shall be permitted north of E. Speedway Boulevard and no north-south numbered street shall be permitted east of N. 1st Avenue.
      14.   All east-west numbered streets shall use the suffix of street unless otherwise permitted.
      15.   All north-south numbered streets shall use the suffix of avenue unless otherwise permitted.
      16.   No new east-west numbered streets shall be permitted between the existing 48th Street (3700 South) and Irvington Road (4900 South). Entirely new east-west numbered streets south of Irvington Road shall be permitted but shall conform numerically to established hundred blocks in which they are aligned (e.g., 5400 South = 54th Street).
      17.   No new north-south numbered streets shall be permitted between the existing 19th Avenue (950 West) and La Cholla Boulevard (2100 West). Entirely new north-south numbered streets west of La Cholla Boulevard shall be permitted but shall conform numerically to established hundred blocks in which they are aligned (e.g., 2400 West = 24th Avenue).
      18.   Fractions of streets shall not be used (e.g., 25 1/2 Street).
      19.   No primary street name shall be duplicated in another Address System.
      20.   Suffix Identifier. The following suffixes shall be restricted to specific street directions or configurations. Spanish equivalent prefixes are shown in parentheses and shall be treated as suffixes as well as any other approved foreign language suffix or prefix:
         a.   Avenue (Avenida): A north-south street.
         b.   Beltway: A very large oval-shaped street, considered a major thoroughfare, with multiple intersections and limited access.
         c.   Circle (Circulo): An oval-shaped street having a single intersection with one street and not accessing or intersecting another street.
         d.   Loop (Vuelta): A horseshoe-shaped street having two distinct intersections with the same street.
         e.   Parkway: A meandering street, considered a major thoroughfare, which has limited access and multiple intersections.
         f.   Place (Placita) or Court (Corte): A cul-de-sac or dead-end road not having an intersection with another through road.
         g.   Stravenue: A street which runs diagonally between and intersects a Street and an Avenue.
         h.   Street (Calle): An east-west street.
      21.   Criteria and configurations for street naming:
         a.   Alignment: A street shall be considered aligned and carry one name if:
            1)   The street is designated a major street, route or arterial; or
            2)   The street connects with or has reasonable potential of connecting with an existing street or an extension of the original line of an existing street; or
            3)   The street predominantly follows a section line (mile line), quarter-section line (half-mile line) or sixteenth-section line.
         b.   Offset alignments:
            1)   Streets with less than a 150 foot centerline-to-centerline offset shall be considered aligned.
            2)   Multiple street offsets deviating from the original alignment shall not be considered aligned and shall comply with other provisions of these standards.
         c.   Circle street: Shall require a different primary name than the street which it aligns with and shall require two names when required addresses exceed available numbers within a hundred block.
         d.   Cul-de-sac: A cul-de-sac having a centerline distance less than one hundred feet may assume the primary name and directional prefix of the street it intersects, but shall require a unique primary name and directional prefix for lengths which exceed one hundred feet.
            1)   A "T" cul-de-sac is one which has an initial street segment perpendicular to the intersected street, and the remaining segments parallel with the intersected street. One primary name may be used if the perpendicular street segment is less than one hundred feet. A different name than that of the cul-de-sac shall be used for the perpendicular street segment exceeding one hundred feet in length.
         e.   Loop street: Shall have a unique street name and shall not assume the name of any aligned street, and shall only occur on one side of the intersected street.
         f.   Major arterial alignment and realignment:
            1)   For name continuity along the entire length of a major arterial which deviates from its original alignment and connects with other street alignments, the arterial may retain one name with the approval of the addressing official.
            2)   The addressing official may require existing street alignments and established street names to be changed to facilitate one name for a newly constructed major arterial that deviates from its primary alignment.
         g.   Frontage roads (also called service roads): A frontage road is a local street that generally parallels and is adjacent to a freeway or through street and that provides access to property isolated by access controls from the freeway or through street.
            1)   A frontage road shall assume the name of the freeway or through street it services.
            2)   Interstate 10 (I-10) frontage roads shall be delineated and addressed as "I-10 Frontage Road" and shall be the only frontage road to have a name different than that which it parallels.
   E.   Situs numbering assignment:
      1.   All recorded lots and parcels of land, subdivided or unsubdivided, and all proposed or built structures, shall have an address assigned before a building permit is issued or occupancy occurs.
      2.   An address shall not be assigned to a lot or parcel until a fronting named street or easement has been approved. Frontage may not be required if recorded legal access is less than three hundred thirty feet to a named street. Exception: An address may be assigned to a parcel with a fronting unnamed easement on the condition that the address is subject to change upon the official naming of the unnamed easement. The address shall be assigned from legal access to the closest existing named street or easement.
      3.   An address shall not be issued to a lot, parcel or structure until Section 18.83.040.E.6 is complied with.
      4.   Addresses shall be assigned based upon primary physical access from a named street and not legal access if different. Exception: Corner lots which fall on major streets, routes or arterials may have the option of obtaining an address off of the major street, route or arterial provided:
         a.   A notarized acknowledgement of non conformance signed by the owner or authorized representative is submitted to the addressing official on a form provided by the department.
         b.   The owner/authorized representative shall notify any/all emergency services of the physical access to the parcel.
         c.   The owner/authorized representative shall permanently display the entire approved address clearly and visibly to all directions of traffic.
      5.   General assignment requirements:
         a.   The addressing official shall determine official addresses upon compliance with Section 18.83.040.E.6); and:
            1)   Final plat approval;
            2)   Approval of a development plan and the submittal of building details (floor plans) as required;
            3)   Submittal of an approved site plan and building details (floor plans) as required; or
            4)   The request by a person, subject to compliance with these standards.
         b.   In the case of conflict regarding the proper address, the addressing official or authorized representative shall make the final determination.
         c.   Requests for numerical addressing of recorded subdivisions or approved development plans shall not be processed until the recording or approval process is completed pursuant to Chapter 18.69 or 18.71.
      6.   Document requirements for address issuance:
         a.   Subdivided property:
            1)   Tax Code number, shown on a property tax statement or a copy of assessor's map; and
            2)   Recorded deed, or sales agreement and property description with escrow number and title company name if newly purchased; and
            3)   Subdivision name, block number and lot number; and
            4)   If a corner lot, a site plan showing access; and
            5)   If multiple buildings or tenants, a site plan.
         b.   Unsubdivided parcels:
            1)   Tax Code number, shown on a property tax statement or a copy of assessor's map; and
            2)   Recorded deed, or sales agreement and property description with escrow number and title company name if newly purchased; and
            3)   Site plan showing complete ingress and egress from the closest public road.
         c.   Projects requiring subdivision design review:
            1)   For building address: Approved and signed development plan. Additional copies of site plan may be required for multiple-story projects;
            2)   For administrative address: Name of development and case number assigned for subdivision design review.
            3)   For lot address: Signed and recorded subdivision plat.
         d.   Projects not requiring subdivision design review—Single building or single tenant:
            1)   Tax Code number, shown on a property tax statement or a copy of assessor's map for parcel;
            2)   Legal description and deed or title report;
            3)   Site plan showing layout of structures; and
            4)   If a structure is being added to an existing multi-building site, refer to additional requirements in 18.83.040.E.6.f).
         e.   Projects not requiring subdivision design review—Multi-tenant or multi-buildings:
            1)   Tax Code number shown on a property tax statement or a copy of the assessor's map for the parcel; and
            2)   Legal description and deed or title report; and
            3)   Site plan showing layout of structures—Initial (only administrative address shall be issued); and
            4)   Upon final approval of site plan:
               i)   An approved and signed site plan meeting department specifications; additional copies of site plan may be required for multiple-story projects; and
               ii)   Site plan of maximum tenant space layout for each building or floor.
         f.   If buildings, building expansions or multiple tenants are added to an existing multi-building site, a site plan of the total site shall be required, with all buildings and addresses as displayed at the site appropriately labeled.
         g.   Tenant improvements—New buildings or existing buildings having an approved development plan or site plan on file with the development services department:
            1)   Address of building;
            2)   Site plan showing tenant improvements dimensionally tied to building; and
            3)   Development name and case number.
         h.   Tenant improvements—Existing buildings not having an approved development plan or site plan on file with the development services department:
            1)   Site plan showing all existing structures and addresses as displayed on the site and tenant improvements dimensionally tied to building shell;
            2)   Development name;
            3)   Tax code number;
            4)   Copy of the recorded deed.
         i.   Type and quality of required documents: Documents required shall be of sufficient image quality and density to make legible contact prints and to produce scanned images.
      7.   Criteria for Address Numbering.
         a.   Even or odd numeric integer of the address: Lots, parcels, buildings and other structures on the right side of a street, ascending from the base line, shall have even numbers. Lots, parcels, buildings and other structures on the left side of a street, ascending from the base line, shall have odd numbers.
         b.   Address determination:
            1)   The appropriate hundred block number line shall determine the number of an address for any lot, parcel or building.
            2)   Address numbers shall be determined by primary property entrance (access) from a named street and mean property street frontage.
            3)   Property entrances, mean property frontages which are directly across the street from one another shall generally be one unit apart in the ascending numerical value of the address number (e.g., 1246 across from 1247).
            4)   With the exception of multi-tenant commercial buildings, one address shall be assigned to each property representing a legal entity; that is, there shall be one address for each legal description and deed. However, multiple street access points to multiple structures may require multiple addresses.
         c.   Corner lot:
            1)   The address shall be assigned to the primary access (entrance) street. Exception: Corner lots which fall on major streets, routes or arterials may have the option of obtaining an address off of the major street, route or arterial provided:
               a)   A notarized acknowledgement of non conformance signed by the owner or authorized representative is submitted to the addressing official on a form provided by the department.
               b)   The owner/authorized representative shall notify any/all emergency services of the physical access to the parcel.
               c)   The owner/authorized representative shall permanently display the entire approved address clearly and visibly to all directions of traffic.
            2)   Subdivision plats shall have a star placed by a lot line to indicate proposed access.
         d.   Building orientation, ingress and egress: If buildings will occupy all or a major portion of a lot, the primary ingress and egress of the building shall determine the property address. The primary entrance used by the public shall be considered the primary entrance; secondary doors, such as employee entrances, back or side doors, or delivery doors, shall not be considered primary.
         e.   The order of address determination shall be:
            1)   Vehicular access for multiple parking;
            2)   Vehicular street frontage parking if there is no on-site parking or drop-off point;
            3)   Primary pedestrian site access;
            4)   Structure orientation and general public building ingress and egress.
         f.   Circle street: Address shall be assigned in a counter-clockwise direction beginning at the intersection. Number availability within a hundred block shall determine if multiple names are required.
         g.   Loop street: Address shall be assigned based on the overall direction of the street layout in relation to the intersected street.
         h.   Directional prefix: At the time the address is assigned, the street shall have a directional prefix assigned to facilitate address numbering.
         i.   Number restrictions: A fractional unit of a number or occupant identifier, or alphabetic letters with a number or occupant identifier, or any combination thereof, shall not be used. E.g., 1010 1/2 E. Speedway Blvd.; or 1010 E. Speedway Blvd., Unit 100 1/2; or 1010A E. Speedway Blvd.; or 1010 E. Speedway Blvd., Unit 100A.
         j.   Address numbering for specific development types:
            1)   Residential single family: Each lot or parcel shall be assigned a unique address.
            2)   Residential multifamily: Each lot or parcel having multiple tenants shall be assigned a unique address and, in addition, occupant identifiers for each tenant.
               a)   For example, Unit 2 in a duplex or triplex or Space 3 for a trailer or mobile home.
               b)   Occupant identifier numbers shall ascend from the baseline for parallel building layouts or from the front to rear of the lot or parcel for building layouts.
            3)   Apartments: All separate and distinct developments having multiple tenant accommodations intended for human dwelling shall be assigned one unique situs address. In addition, an occupant identifier consisting of a four to five-digit number shall be assigned to each apartment unit. This number shall be considered its complete apartment number, and shall be used with the situs address.
               a)   The apartment number shall consist of a building number plus a floor number plus a unit number. For example, Apartment 12130 is in Building 12, on Floor 1, and is the 30th apartment on that floor, or the first apartment on Floor 3 of Building 2 would be Apartment 2301.
               b)   A zero shall be used for a floor number for all units below ground level.
            4)   Townhomes: Townhouse developments shall be assigned a separate situs address for each legal lot.
            5)   Condominiums:
               a)   Condominium developments shall be assigned a situs address for each building.
               b)   Individual living facilities in each building shall be assigned occupant identifiers (unit numbers): First floor units shall have 100 series numbers, second floor units shall have 200 series numbers, and additional floors shall be numbered accordingly.
            6)   Commercial developments may be addressed in one of the following formats, which shall not be mixed within a complex:
               a)   A commercial development is assigned only one situs address. In addition, building numbers and tenant (suite) numbers are used. Occupant identifiers are building number, plus floor number, plus a two-digit number.
               b)   A commercial development is assigned individual building addresses plus tenant (suite) occupant identifiers. First floor units shall have 100 series numbers, second floor units shall have 200 series numbers, and additional floors shall be numbered accordingly.
               c)   A high-rise building shall require a single situs address, plus tenant (suite) occupant identifiers. The occupant identifier for each separate tenant shall be a floor number plus a two-digit number.
               i)   A single tenant leasing an entire floor shall use the floor shall use the floor number plus 00. E.g., 2300 is the 23rd Floor.
               ii)   Multiple tenants on a single floor shall require separate two digit identifiers other than 00 for any tenant on the same floor. E.g., 1217 is number 17 on the 12th floor.
            7)   Mobile home and recreational vehicle parks:
               a)   Lot or parcel having five or more spaces developed for the installation of mobile homes, or the parking of travel trailers or recreational vehicles on a daily, seasonal or permanent rental basis, shall require a situs address plus space occupant identifiers.
               b)   The park's appurtenant structures (offices, recreation buildings, etc.) shall be assigned the situs address plus building identifiers or retain the primary address without an occupant identifier if consisting of a single structure.
               c)   Interior street names shall not be used. The streets shall be called rows and shall be assigned numbers. East-west rows shall use even numbers. North-south rows shall use odd numbers. E.g., Row 9.
               d)   Space numbers shall be used with the row numbers. E.g., Space 9-53 is the 53rd space on Row 9.
(Ord. 2010-26 § 1 (part), 2010; Ord. 1990-10 § 1 (part), 1990; Ord. 1988-2 § 1 (part), 1988)