APPENDIX B: CONSOLIDATED INTENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS
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APPENDIX B: CONSOLIDATED INTENSITY AND DIMENSIONAL STANDARDS TABLE 1
Zoning District
Minimum Lot Area 2 (sq ft)
Minimum Lot Width 2 (ft)
Maximum Density (du/ac) 2,3
Minimum Floor Area per Dwelling Unit (sq ft) 2
Maximum Lot Coverage (% of lot area) 2
Minimum Pervious Area (% of lot area) 2
Maximum Height 4 (ft)
Minimum Yard Setback (ft)
Minimum Spacing Between Principal Structures (ft)
Front
Street Side
Interior Side
Rear
Residential Zoning Districts
RS-1: Single-Family Residential 1
12,000
90 5
n/a
1-3 BR: 1,500
>3 BR: 1,500 + 100 per
additional BR
30
30
35
35
18
10 6,7
20 6,7
n/a
RS-2: Single-Family Residential 2
7,000
70
n/a
1,250
40
30
35
25
15
7.5 6,7
20 6,7
n/a
RS-3: Single-Family Residential 3
6,000
60
n/a
750
40
30
35
25
15
7 6,7
15 6,7
n/a
RS-4: Single-Family Residential 4
5,000
50
n/a
675
40
30
35
25
15
6 7,8
15 7
n/a
RS-L: Single-Family Residential Leisureville
n/a 9
n/a
n/a 9
600
35
30
35
15 10
15 10
n/a 7,11
n/a 7,11
10 12
RD-1: Two-Family Residential
SF: 7,000
2F: 8,000
SF: 60
2F: 70
12
750
35
30
35
25
18
8 6,7
15 6,7
n/a
RM-7: Multifamily Residential 7
7,000
60
7
SF: 950
2F: 750
MF:
Efficiency: 500
1 BR: 650 + 100 per
additional BR
60
25
35
25
8
8 6,7,8,13,14
10 6,7,13,14
25
RM-12: Multifamily Residential 12
7,000
60
12
60
25
12
25
8 11
8 6,7,8,13,14
10 6,7,13,14
25
RM-20: Multifamily Residential 20
SF: 7,200
2F: 8,000
MF: 8,800
SF: 60
2F: 70
MF: 75
20
60
25
35
25
10 11
10 6,7,8,13,14
10 6,7,13,14
25
RM-30: Multifamily Residential 30
30
60
25
105
25
10 11
10 6,7,8,13,14
10 6,7,13,14
25
RM-45: Multifamily Residential 45
45
60
25
105 15
25
10 11
10 6,7,8,13,14
10 6,7,13,14
25
MH-12: Mobile Home Park 16
5 acres
300
12
n/a
n/a
n/a
35
25 17
10 11
10 6,7,17
15 6,7,17
10 18
Commercial Zoning Districts
B-1: Limited Business
7,000
70
20
n/a
35
20
50
0
0
0 19
30 19
n/a
B-2: Community Business
10,000
100
30
n/a
45
20
105
0
0 20
0 14,19,20
30 14,19,20
n/a
B-3: General Business
10,000
100
46
n/a
60
20
105
0
0 20
0 14,19,20
30 14,19,20
n/a
B-4: Heavy Business
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
60
20
105
0
0 20
0 14,19,20
30 14,19,20
n/a
M-1: Marina Business
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
60
20
40
0
0
0 21
10
n/a
CR: Commercial Recreation
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
50
40
105
25
25
25
25
n/a
Industrial Zoning Districts
I-1: General Industrial
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
65
20
45
25
10
10 19
30 22
n/a
I-IX: Special Industrial
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
65
20
45
25
10
10 19
30 22
n/a
OIP: Office Industrial Park
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
65
20
45
25
10
10 19
30 22
n/a
M-2: Marina Industrial
10,000
100
n/a
n/a
60
20
40
0
0
0 21
10
n/a
Special Zoning Districts
PR: Parks and Recreation
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
10
40
30
25
25
25
25
n/a
CF: Community Facilities
20,000 23
125 23
n/a
n/a
25
20
60
25
25
25
25
n/a
PU: Public Utility
20,000 23
125 23
n/a
n/a
25
20
60
25
25
25
25
n/a
T: Transportation
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
25 24
25 24
25
25
n/a
BP: Business Parking
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
10
10
n/a
n/a
n/a
NOTES:    ft + feet; sq ft = square feet; du = dwelling unit ; SF = single-family dwelling; 2F = two-family dwelling; MF = multifamily dwelling; BR = bedroom; n/a = not applicable
1. See measurement rules and allowed exceptions/variations in Article 9: Part 4
2. For townhouse development, minimum lot area , minimum lot width, maximum density, maximum lot coverage, and minimum pervious surface standards apply only to the development site as a whole; individual townhouse lots shall have a minimum lot area of 1,800 sq ft and a minimum lot width of 18 ft.
3. In addition, development of dwellings shall not exceed the maximum gross density established in the Land Use Plan for the applicable land use classification (as may be modified by use of flexibility or reserve units).
4. Structures within the Air Park Overlay (APO) zoning district must also comply with the height limits established in Section 155.3707.
5. 110 ft for a corner lot .
6. See code for accessory structure setbacks.
7. 25 ft from a waterway or canal.
8. For zero lot line development, 0 ft along the zero lot line and 15 ft for the opposite interior side lot line .
9. The density requirement is 5,000 sq ft of gross land area per single-family dwelling (with dwellings sited on a commonly owned site rather than on individual lots).
10. 25 ft from a major arterial street or the garage door side of a dwelling (from any street).
11. 15 ft from another zoning district.
12. Increases to 15 ft between a one-story structure and a two-story structure and 20 ft between structures with 2 or more stories each.
13. Those portions of a structure extending above a height of 20 feet shall be set back an additional 1 ft for each 4 ft (or major fraction thereof) the height of the portion of the structure exceeds 20 ft.
14. 25 ft from the historic dune vegetation line.
15. Not applicable within a Multifamily Residential 45 High-Rise (RM-45 HR) Overlay District.
16. For mobile home parks formerly zoned R-1T by Broward County, comprised of mobile home spaces that are individually owned or leased for periods of one year or more, and fronting on a public street, each mobile home space shall have a minimum front yard setback of 6 ft, a minimum street or interior side yard setback of 4 ft, and a minimum rear yard setback of 8 ft. No enclosed or roofed structure may encroach into a required setback except that a roofed carport (enclosed or not) may encroach into a required interior side yard setback to within 2 ft of the space boundary.
17. Applicable to mobile home spaces.
18. Applicable to spacing between mobile homes; mobile homes shall be spaced at least 25 ft from any accessory or service building or structure in the mobile home park.
19. 15 ft from a waterway or canal.
20. Increased 1 ft for each 4 ft (of major fraction thereof) the structure's height exceeds 50 ft.
21. 10 ft from a waterway or canal.
22. If adjacent to a railroad siding, reduced to 8 ft from the centerline of the siding.
23. Not applicable to parks or utility structures covering no more than 50 sq ft of ground area.
24. 100 ft along N.E. 10th Street right-of-way and N.E. 23rd Street.
 
(Ord. 2012-64, passed 9-11-12; Am. Ord. 2019-110, passed 9-24-19; Am. Ord. 2020-40, passed 2-11-20)