§ 83.11.040  Number of Parking Spaces Required.
   (a)   Number of Parking Spaces Required.  Each land use shall provide at least the minimum number of off-street parking spaces, including disabled access spaces required by § 83.11.060 (Disabled Parking Requirements), except where a parking reduction has been granted in compliance with § 83.11.050 (Adjustments to Parking Requirements) or a variance has been granted in compliance with Chapter 85.17 (Variances). Additional spaces may be required through approval of a discretionary permit.
   (b)   Minimum Requirements for Nonresidential Uses. A nonresidential use shall provide a minimum of four spaces with one additional parking space for each facility vehicle, except where otherwise noted in this Chapter.
   (c)   Area Calculations.  The minimum required number of parking spaces for the following uses shall be determined based upon the indicated area calculations:
      (1)   Food establishments: Gross leasable area (GLA).
      (2)   General retail uses: Gross leasable area (GLA).
      (3)   Industrial uses: Gross floor area (GFA).
      (4)   Personal services: Gross leasable area (GLA).
      (5)   Professional offices: Gross leasable area (GLA).
 
Table 83-15
Parking Requirements by Land Use
Uses
Number of Spaces Required
Industrial uses of all types, including warehouses or structures used exclusively for storage purposes, wholesale houses and distributors and public utility facilities including, but not limited to, electric, gas, water, telephone, and telegraph facilities not having business offices on the premises
1 for each 1,000 sq. ft. of the first 40,000 sq. ft. of GFA; and
1 for each 4,000 sq. ft. of GFA for the portion over 40,000 sq. ft.; and
1 for each facility vehicle
Storage - Mini storage facilities
Mini-storage office: 1 for each 250 sq. ft. of office area with 4 minimum
Additional requirements:
•   A parking lane shall be provided adjacent to the storage structure’s openings that is a minimum of 9 feet in width and outlined (painted). The parking lane is for temporary parking only (30 minutes maximum) and this time restriction shall be clearly marked with signs.
•   Driveways adjacent to the parking lane shall be a minimum width of 15 feet for one-way and 24 feet for two-way.
Recreation, Education & Public Assembly Uses(4)
Amusement enterprises
1 for each 4 persons of the facility’s allowed maximum attendance
Bowling alleys and billiard halls
5 for each bowling lane; and
2 for each billiard table
Churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and other places of worship(1)
1 for each 3 fixed seats; and
1 for every 25 sq. ft. of seating area where there are no fixed seats; and
1 for each 400 sq. ft. of floor area outside the main assembly area
Commercial recreation and similar uses (e.g., shooting ranges, race tracks, miniature golf courses, pitch and putt courses, parks, and zoos)
1 for each 4 persons of the facility’s allowed maximum attendance
Commercial swimming pools and swimming schools
1 for each 500 sq. ft. of water surface area
10 minimum
Dance halls
1 for each 20 sq. ft. of dance floor area; and
1 for each 3 fixed seats and for each 20 sq. ft. of seating area where there are no fixed seats
Golf courses and driving ranges, but not to include miniature golf courses
4 for each hole on all golf courses; and
1 for each tee for driving ranges
Organizational camps
1 bus parking space per 20 campers
2 for each resident staff
1 for each nonresident staff on the largest shift
1 for each facility vehicle
Meeting facilities - Theaters, auditoriums, stadiums, sport arenas, gymnasiums and similar places of public assembly
1 for each 3 fixed seats or for every 25 sq. ft. of seating area within the main auditorium where there are no fixed seats(1)
Schools - general curriculum
Kindergarten through Grade 9
1 for each staff member, faculty member, and employee
1 for each facility vehicle
Schools - general curriculum
Grades 10 through 12, colleges and universities, business and professional schools
1 for each 4 students; and
1 for each staff member, faculty member and employee; and
1 for each facility vehicle
Schools - special schools or trade schools
1 for each 3 students; and
1 for each staff member, faculty member, and employee
1 for each facility vehicle
Skating rinks, ice or roller
1 for each 3 fixed seats and for each 20 sq. ft. of seating area where there are no fixed seats; and(1)
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of skating area
Residential Uses
Caretaker housing
2, with one covered
Group residential (sorority, fraternity, boarding house, private residential club, etc.)
1 for each bedroom
1 for the house manager, staff member or employee
Mobile home parks
2; one covered on each mobile home parcel (may be in tandem); and
1 guest space for each 10 spaces, or fraction thereof
Multi-family dwelling
2.5 per unit for projects of 4 or more units, one shall be covered for each dwelling unit on the project site to accommodate resident and visitor parking(2)
2.0 per unit for projects of 2 or 3 units, one shall be covered for each dwelling unit(2)
Parolee and/or probationer home
1 for each bedroom
1 for the house manager, staff member or employee
Accessory dwelling unit
1 uncovered for each unit(5)
Single-family dwelling
2, one shall be covered on the same site with the primary structure(2)
Retail Trade
Automobile repair and service stations
3 for each service bay (service bays do not count as spaces); and
1 for each facility vehicle
Automobile sales, boat sales, mobile home sales, retail nurseries, and other open uses not in a structure
1 for each 2,000 sq. ft., or portion thereof, for open area devoted to display or sales; for the first 10,000 sq. ft.; and
1 for each 5,000 sq. ft., or portion thereof, over 10,000 sq. ft.; and
1 for each facility vehicle
Food establishments with take-out provisions only
1 for each 200 sq. ft. of GLA; and
1 for each facility vehicle
4 minimum
General retail
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of GLA
4 minimum
Restaurants in the Valley and Desert Regions, including drive-ins, cafes, night clubs, taverns, and other similar places where food or refreshment are dispensed
The greater of the following:
   1 for each 100 sq. ft. of GLA; or
   1 for each 3 fixed seats and/or 1 for every 50 sq. ft. of floor area where seats may be placed; or
10 minimum
Restaurants in the Mountain Region, including drive ins, cafes, and other similar places that have 5,000 sq. ft. of GLA or less, where food or refreshment are dispensed and where no alcoholic beverages of any type are sold or served
1 space per 250 sq. ft. of GLA with a 4 space minimum
Restaurants in the Mountain Region, including drive ins, cafes, and other similar places that have over 5,000 sq. ft. of GLA where food or refreshment are dispensed, regardless of whether or not alcoholic beverages are served
1 space per 100 sq. ft. of GLA with a 4 space minimum
Restaurants in the Mountain Region, including drive ins, cafes, and other similar places, where food or refreshments are dispensed and where alcoholic beverages are sold under State Alcoholic Beverage Control license types 42 (bar/tavern) or 48 (bar/night club), regardless of the square footage of the restaurant
1 space per 100 sq. ft., regardless of GLA with a 4 space minimum
Restaurants in the Mountain Region, including drive ins, cafes, and other similar places where food or refreshment are dispensed and where alcoholic beverages are sold under State Alcoholic Beverage Control license type 47 (restaurant)
1 space per 250 sq. ft. of GLA with 5,000 sq. ft. or less of GLA with a 4 space minimum
1 space per 100 sq. ft. of GLA for restaurant uses over 5,000 sq. ft. of GLA with a 4 space minimum
Shopping centers (projects over 200,000 sq. ft. of floor area)
1 for each 200 sq. ft. of GLA up to 100,000 sq. ft.; and
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of GLA for square footage above 100,000 sq. ft.
Wholesale commercial nurseries
1 for each 500 sq. ft. of display area
Services General
Beauty and nail salons
2 for each station
Child care centers
1 for each 5 children that the facility is designed to accommodate
Emergency shelter
1 for each guest room
Hospital
1 for each 2 patient beds
Medical offices, clinics, veterinary hospital
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of GLA
Motels, hotels, and boarding house
1 for each unit/room
Licensed Residential care facility of 6 or fewer persons
2, one shall be covered on the same site with the primary structure(2)
Offices, general, financial, business and professional uses
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of GLA
Personal services
1 for each 250 sq. ft. of GLA
Short-Term Residential Rentals
1 for each four occupants or guests, see §83.28.060(e)
Unlicensed Residential Care Facility with 6 or fewer persons
1 for each bedroom
1 for the house manager, staff member or employee
Unlicensed Residential Care Facility with 7 or more persons
1 for each bedroom
1 for the house manager, staff member or employee
Other Uses
Bed and breakfast
1 for each guest room
Home occupations
1 for each nonresident employee in addition to residential requirements
On-Your-Lot builder model home/sales office
2 per office
2 for visitors
Notes:
(1)   Twenty-four (24") linear inches of bench or pew shall be considered a fixed seat.
(2)   Residential parking spaces shall be located to the rear of the front setback line, except that in the Mountain Region, the parking spaces may be located within the setback areas. Tandem parking is not allowed except in the Mountain Region. Areas outside the driveway in front of the primary structure, whether outside the front yard setback or not, shall not be used for parking.  In the Valley and Desert Regions, the covered parking requirement only applies to the RS and RM Land Use Zoning Districts.
(3)   In dormitories, each 100 sq. ft. shall be considered equivalent to a guest room.
(4)   Nonresidential uses shall provide a minimum of four spaces with an additional parking space for each facility vehicle, except where otherwise noted.
(5)   Residential parking spaces for an accessory dwelling unit may be provided through tandem parking on an existing driveway.
 
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4043, passed - -2008; Am. Ord. 4161, passed - -2011; Am. Ord. 4230, passed - -2014; Am. Ord. 4245, passed - -2014; Am. Ord. 4331, passed - -2017; Am. Ord. 4341, passed - -2018; Ord. 4383, passed - -2020)