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A. GIIS Land Uses
In the GIIS, a proposed using the IID zoning option must meet both of following requirements:
1. It must be a use permitted by the underlying zoning on the property.
2. It is limited to the uses listed in Table 5.12-GIIS-1 below.
LAND USE TYPE
Commercial Services Group
Administrative and Professional Office
Travelers' Accommodation, Lodging
Civic Use Group
Educational Use: Instructional School
Educational Use: Post-secondary Institution
Industrial Use Group
Retail Trade Group
General Merchandise Sales
Food and Beverage Sales
Attached Family Dwelling
Group Dwellings, pursuant to Section 5.12.6.K
Mixed Uses are limited to a combination of Residential and any other uses listed in this table.
3. Additional Permitted Uses
With the exception of Automotive Service and Repair uses, which are prohibited, permitted uses include any use permitted in the underlying for the property, provided the PDSD Director finds the proposed use to be in accordance with Section 5.12.1, (Purpose).
B. Modifications of Underlying
Except as provided in Subsection C below, the requirements in the following sections of the UDC may be modified up to 25 percent of the dimension amount permitted by the underlying zoning: Article 6, Dimensional Standards and Measurements; Section 7.4, Motor Vehicle & Bicycle Parking; Section 7.5, Off- Street Loading; Section 7.6, Landscaping and Screening. Section 7.7, Native Plant Preservation may not be modified.
The following sections of the UDC may be modified in excess of 25 percent to the extent specified below upon findings by the PDSD Director that the modification is consistent with Section 5.12.1, Purpose.
1. Article 6, Dimensional Standards and Measurements
may be increased up to 60 feet unless the current zoning allows a greater height or where the IID Plan's Transition as provided in Section 5.12.8.B require less.
b. Perimeter Yard
Perimeter yard requirements may be reduced or waived if the PDSD Director determines that the request is consistent with the Major Streets and Route Plan. The Director of the Transportation Department, may modify the Major Streets and Routes setback if there is adequate sight visibility, no traffic safety issue is created, the reduction complies with the of Section 5.12.8.B, and the setback does not create a future roadway expansion problem. This provision may apply to Major Streets and Routes setbacks in the DCS and DLS.
c. No residential density calculation (RAN) apply.
2. Section 7.4, Motor Vehicle and Bicycle Parking
Parking as required by Section 7.4, Motor Vehicle and Bicycle Parking, may be reduced up to 25 percent. Parking may be decreased by more than 25 percent per a written agreement with the Park Tucson, or in accordance with Section 5.12.6.M, IID Parking Plan, if the analysis and findings show the proposed parking is adequate.
b. Accessible Parking and
(1) The number and location of accessible parking spaces required by the adopted Building Code shall not be reduced or eliminated and shall be based on the number of motor vehicle parking spaces required prior to any modification.
(2) may not be reduced or eliminated and must be based on the number of required by Section 7.4.8 for the use.
Parking may be provided by any one of the following options or by a combination of the following options:
(2) Off-site within one-fourth of a mile of the through a shared parking agreement with the ;
(3) With the approval of the Department of Transportation, proposals for non-residential uses may provide up to five spaces on a collector or where parking is permitted.
3. Section 7.5, Off-Street Loading
loading may be reduced or waived if PDSD and the Department of Transportation determine that no traffic safety issue is created.
4. Solid Waste Collection
On-site refuse collection container governing access, type, and location may be modified if the Environmental Services Department determines that no public health or traffic safety issue is created.
5. Section 7.6, Landscaping and Screening
a. Section 7.7, Native Plant Preservation may not be modified.
b. Except as required by Section 5.12.8.B, Development Transition Standards, a complete or partial exception to Section 7.6, Landscaping and Screening Standards, may be granted if shade is provided for pedestrians and customers, such as along sidewalks, pedestrian circulation paths, and outdoor patios, in accordance with Section 5.12.6.A.2. The landscaping requirement may also be waived by the PDSD Director based on a written finding that the waiver is necessary to preserve the prevailing setback.
c. Any one or more of the following types of landscaping and may be used to comply with this section:
(1) Existing landscaping;
(2) Shade trees in the ;
(3) Green walls or green roofs; and/or
(4) Shade , such as awnings.
6. Pedestrian Access
Alternative pedestrian access that creates connectivity between public entrances to the and sidewalks may be allowed as long as no safety hazard is created. All pedestrian access shall conform to the accessibility of the adopted Building Code.
(Am. Ord. 11246, 2/18/2015)