§ 155.342  MINIMUM PARKING SPACE REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   The minimum amount of off-street parking space required under §§ 155.340 and 155.342 shall be determined in accordance with the following table:
   (B)   Either one space for each two employees shall be required of all applicable uses in this schedule, or the requirements specified below, whichever requires a greater number of spaces.
 
TABLE 13-2
Parking Requirements
Use
Parking Requirements
Dwelling
Two spaces for each residential living unit in any residential living unit in any residential classification.
Housing for the Elderly
One space per unit plus one space per employee.  If units revert to general occupancy, the two spaces per unit shall be provided.
Rooming and boarding houses and bed-and-breakfasts
One space per room afforded plus two spaces for the owner or managers.
Motels-hotels
One space per guest bedroom plus one space per employee of largest shift.
Car Washes
One space per employee of the largest shift.
Hospitals nursing homes
One space for each four beds.
Theaters, auditoriums, stadia, sports arenas
One space per four seats.
Churches
One space for each five seats in the main worship unit.
Dances halls, assembly and exhibition halls without fixed seats; community center, civic clubs, private clubs, lodges, and other similar type occupancy
One space per four persons of legal capacity.
Banks, business and professional offices
One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
Medical or dental offices and clinics
One space per 300 square feet of floor area or five spaces per doctor or dentist, whichever is greater.
Mortuaries and funeral homes
One space for every 25 square feet of floor area of chapels and assembly rooms.
Furniture and appliance stores, motor vehicle sales, machinery sales, personal service shops, household equipment or furniture repair shops, clothing and shoe repair or service shops, and hardware stores
One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
Convenience Store
One space per 250 square feet of floor area plus any spaces required for gas pumps.
Supermarket, self-service food stores
One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
All other retail stores
One space per 500 square feet of floor area.
Barbershops and beauty parlors
Two spaces per chair.
Restaurants and cafeterias
One space per four patron seats.
Bowling alleys
Five spaces per lane.
Elementary and junior high schools
One space per each instructor, plus one space per each employee and administrator, plus drop-off areas for school buses, plus spaces required for any assembly hall, auditorium and/or outdoor arena.
Senior high schools
One per each instructor, plus two per each employee and administrator, plus five spaces per each classroom, plus drop off areas for school buses, plus parking required for any assembly hall, auditorium or outdoor arena.
Auditorium, assembly halls and outdoor areas
One space per each three seats or six feet of bleachers.
Libraries, museums, post office
One space per 800 square feet of floor area.
Gasoline service stations
Two spaces per service bay plus one space per employee of largest shift.
Manufacturing and industrial uses other than warehouses, storage buildings, wholesale establishments
One space per employee of the largest working shift plus five visitor spaces; or one space for every 600 square feet of gross floor area of building, whichever bases provides the greater parking accommodations.
Warehouses, storage buildings, wholesale establishments
One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area.
Video Rental Establishments
One space per 100 square feet of floor area, with a minimum of eight spaces.
Miniature Golf Course
One and a quarter (1.25) spaces per hole plus one space per employee of the largest shift.
Driving Range
One spaces per driving tee plus one space per employee of the largest shift.
 
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013)