§ 160.551  OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
   (a)   Rules for computing required parking spaces. Established/existing forms, buildings, or uses which require a higher number of spaces due to the 2013 Shape Sioux Falls zoning ordinance shall be considered nonstandard uses (see § 160.468).
      (1)   A change in form shall require the minimum number of parking spaces of the form as described in this chapter.
      (2)   A change in use within the same established form shall require an increase in required parking if the use is identified in Table 1 below.
      (3)   Unless otherwise indicated, parking calculations are based upon gross floor areas. Gross floor area does not include porches, garages, or enclosed areas devoted to off-street parking or loading and space in a basement when the space is used for storage or incidental uses. Required parking is considered as a minimum number of parking spaces.
      (4)   The total number of parking spaces shall be provided as set forth in the parking calculation tables. When the use is not identified in Table 1, the minimum parking is calculated based on the form found in Table 2.
      (5)   Table 1: Parking calculations table (uses).
 
Use
Calculation
Assisted living centers, community residential home, congregate housing, and nursing facilities.
One parking space for every ten (10) beds; where facilities are licensed by the state of South Dakota, parking is based on the number of beds on the face of the license.
Auditoriums, theaters, and public assembly.
One parking space for every four seats.
Bed and breakfast.
1/2 space per guest room in addition to the requirements of the single-family home.
Bowling alley.
Three spaces per alley.
Campgrounds, community gardens.
No parking is required.
Car wash.
One parking space for each 1,500 square feet.
Cultural facilities.
Ten parking spaces plus one additional space for each additional 300 square feet in excess of 2,000 square feet.
Day care centers.
Five parking spaces plus one parking space for every 10 persons for which the facility is licensed.
Elderly or handicapped.
0.75 spaces for each dwelling unit.
Elementary schools.
Ten parking spaces plus one parking space for each teacher and staff member.
High school, college, or university.
One space for every 475 square feet on the first floor.
Hotel or motel.
One space for each sleeping room or suite and one space for each 1,500 feet of common space, areas, meeting rooms, or other accessory uses.
Indoor private recreation facilities.
One parking space for each 900 square feet.
Licensed manufactured home park.
In addition to the minimum parking of the form, one space for every 40 homes.
Medical office buildings.
Buildings in which 20% or more of the gross floor area is occupied by members of the healing profession.
One parking space for each 200 square feet used for medical purposes.
Middle school.
One space for every 300 square feet of all gymnasium, cafeteria, or general assembly areas.
Motor vehicle sales, display, and rental.
One space for every 300 square feet except as provided below:
Indoor display: One parking space for each 600 square feet.
Places of worship, funeral establishment, mortuary.
One parking space for each four persons in the main auditorium or sanctuary.
Private recreation facilities.
One parking space for each 900 square feet.
On-sale alcoholic beverage establishment and full-service restaurant.
One parking space for each 75 square feet or one parking space for each three seats, whichever is greater.
Outdoor private recreation facilities.
One parking space for each 400 square feet of outdoor activity areas (volleyball courts, basketball courts, etc.).
Retail and services - furniture, appliance, or home improvement business.
One parking space for each 600 square feet.
Retail and services with more than one tenant.
One parking space for each 200 square feet.
Self-storage facility including residential compatible self-storage.
No parking required, except two parking spaces are required where there is an office located on site.
 
      (6)   Table 2: Parking calculations table, forms.
 
Form
Calculation
DD1, DD2, DD3, DD4, DD5, DD6, DD7, AD1, AD2
Minimum of one parking space per dwelling unit. Two spaces for each dwelling unit with three or more bedrooms unless the home was constructed before 1983.
AD3, AD4, MD1, MD2, MD3
1.5 spaces for each dwelling unit of one or two bedrooms.
Two (2) spaces for each dwelling unit of three bedrooms or more.
NF1
Five (5) spaces plus one space for every 600 square feet.
NF2
Five (5) parking spaces.
BCF1
One space for every 300 square feet .
BCF2
One space for each bedroom or one space for every 10 beds.
BCF3
One space for every 500 square feet.
BCF4
One space for every 500 square feet.
RE1
One parking space for every 200 square feet.
RE2, RE3, RE4
One space for every 300 square feet.
RE5
One parking space for every 400 square feet.
RE6
Based upon a PUD Initial Development Plan and Standards. Public parking areas may be counted toward standards.
WM1, WM2
(1) A minimum of two spaces shall be provided.
(2) For structures 50,000 square feet or less, one space for every 1,500 square feet.
(3) For structures greater than 50,000 square feet, one space for every 1,500 square feet up to 50,000 square feet and then one space for every 4,000 square feet above 50,000 square feet.
Open1, Open2, Open3
Five spaces plus one space for every 300 square feet.
UT1, UT2
One space for every 1,500 square feet of utility area.
 
(1992 Code, App. B, § 15.55.020)  (Ord. 42-83, passed 6-27-1983; Ord. 72-88, passed 8-1-1988; Ord. 70-92, passed 8-3-1992; Ord. 72-94, passed 8-1-1994; Ord. 78-01, passed 9-4-2001; Ord. 121-05, passed 11-21-2005; Ord. 128-05, passed 12-19-2005; Ord. 130-07, passed 8-6-2007; Ord. 8-10, passed 2-16-2010; Ord. 91-12, passed 12-4-2012; Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013; Ord. 48-16, passed 5-3-2016; Ord. 34-18, passed 5-2-2018; Ord. 16-21, passed 2-2-2021)