1262.02  OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS.
   (a)   Off-street parking requirements shall be as follows:
      (1)   Residential-type uses.
         A.   One and multiple-family dwellings: 2 spaces for each dwelling unit, 1 of which may be in the required front yard.
         B.   University owned or leased housing, fraternities and sororities: 1 space for every 2 occupants calculated on the designed capacity of the building.
         C.   Hotels and motels: 1 space for each bedroom plus 1 space for each employee on the maximum work shift plus such spaces as required by this Zoning Code for restaurants, assembly rooms and affiliated facilities.
         D.   Housing for the elderly: 1 space for every 2 beds plus 1 space for every 4 employees and staff members on the maximum shift.
         E.   Bed and breakfasts: 1 space per transient guest bedroom plus 2 spaces for the resident family.
      (2)   Commercial districts P-S, O, C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4 type uses.
         A.   All business and commercial establishments, except those specified in this chapter: 1 space for every 300 sq. ft. of floor area.
         B.   Retail stores: 1 space for every 200 sq. ft. of floor area plus 2 spaces for every 3 employees.
         C.   Barber shops, beauty parlors or similar personal service type business: 2 spaces per chair.
         D.   Eating places dine-in: 1 space for every 100 sq. ft. of dining floor area plus 2 spaces for every 3 employees. There shall be a minimum 15 spaces.
         E.   Eating places carry-out only: 1 space for every 400 sq. ft. of floor area.  There shall be a minimum 7 spaces.
         F.   Automobile service stations with repair: 2 spaces for each bay plus 2 spaces for every 3 employees.
         G.   Automobile service stations no repair: 2 spaces plus 1 space for each employee on the largest shift.
         H.   Furniture and appliance stores: 1 space for every 400 sq. ft. of enclosed floor area plus 2 spaces for every 3 employees.
         I.   Laundromats: 1 space for every 2 washing or cleaning machines.
         J.   Private clubs or lodges: 1 space for every 200 sq. ft. of public use areas plus 1 space for each room which can be used as lodging accommodations for members and guests.
         K.   Shopping centers: 3 square feet of parking area for each square foot of floor area.
      (3)   C-D Downtown Commercial District uses.
         A.   There shall be no off-street parking requirements for commercial uses. Off-street parking requirements for residential uses as stated in paragraph (a)(1) hereof shall apply to this district.
      (4)   Office uses.
         A.   Financial institutions, administrative or business office: 1 space for every 400 sq. ft. of floor area and 2 spaces for every 3 employees.
      (5)   Medical and health uses.
         A.   Dental clinics and offices: 2 spaces for each examination or treatment room plus 1 space for each dentist and 1 space for each employee.
         B.   Medical clinics and offices: 3 spaces for each examination or treatment room plus 1 space for each doctor and 1 space for each employee.
         C.   Hospital or similar medical facility: 1 space for each hospital bed plus 1 space for each doctor and 1 space for each employee.
         D.   Nursing home, rest home and convalescent homes: 1 space for every 2 beds.
         E.   Funeral homes: 1 space for every 45 sq. ft. of floor area in public rooms plus 1 space for each vehicle maintained on the premises plus 1 space for each employee.
      (6)   Educational uses.
         A.   Elementary schools, junior high schools, public or private: 1 space for every 30 classroom seats plus 1 space for each teacher and 1 space for each employee.
         B.   High schools, public or private: 1 space for every 5 students based on the design capacity of the building plus 1 space for each teacher and 1 space for each employee.
         C.   Nursery or child care centers: 2 spaces plus 1 space for each staff member.
         D.   College and universities: 1 space for every 5 classroom seats plus 1 space for every 3 seats in an auditorium.
         E.   Trade or commercial schools: 1 space for each student based on the design capacity of the building plus 1 space for each teacher and 1 space for each employee.
         F.   Libraries, museums, art galleries and other public buildings: 1 space for every 75 sq. ft. of floor area.
      (7)   Recreation and religious uses.
         A.   Churches, chapels, temples, synagogues, auditoriums, gymnasiums, stadiums and other places of public assembly: 1 space for every 3 seats of bench seating places.
         B.   Theaters and auditoriums: 1 space for every 2 seats plus 1 space for every 2 employees.
         C.   Assembly halls, exhibition halls or rooms without seats: 1 space for every 50 sq. ft. of floor area.
         D.   Golf courses, swimming pools or similar places: 1 space for every 3 patrons the establishment is designed to serve.
         E.   Enclosed place of amusement or recreation or similar place of assembly: 1 space for every 3 seats plus 1 space per employee, 1 parking space for every 300 sq. ft. of floor space or a combination of both.
         F.   Bowling establishments: 5 spaces for each bowling lane plus additional space as may be required for affiliated uses.
      (8)   Industrial uses.
         A.   Manufacturing, warehousing, wholesaling or similar establishments: 1 space for every 2 employees on the combined work shifts, plus 1 space for every 10,000 sq. ft. of floor area, plus 1 space for each vehicle maintained on the premises.
   (b)   Off-street parking requirements for uses not identified above shall be as determined by the Zoning Administrator, subject to appeal to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
(Ord. 16-2003.  Passed 5-1-03; Ord. 19-2013.  Passed 9-5-13; Ord. 04-2016.  Passed 4-7-16.)