(1) The following property development standards shall apply to all land and buildings permitted in their respective Commercial Zones; except that, any lot shown on an official subdivision map that was duly recorded, or any lot for which a bonafide deed was duly recorded in conformance with the zoning in effect prior to the date of adoption of this code, may be used as a building site. For access purposes, each building site shall have a minimum 30- foot wide easement or right-of-way. A turnaround with a minimum radius of 25 feet shall be provided at the end of each easement over 150 feet in length.
(2) No fences or other obstructions shall be placed in the easement area, except with written permission of all other property owners served by the easement. For any parcel of land created after 1-3-1995, an access road to the parcel must be provided prior to the delivery of any combustible building materials. Said access road must be constructed to an all-weather standard.
(B) Special requirements; procedure for the establishment of CN-2/A Zones.
(1) Preliminary development plans.
(a) The application for a CN-2/A Zone classification shall be accompanied by a preliminary development plan consisting of maps, drawings and such other materials necessary to show:
1. The approximate size, shape and location of all proposed buildings and the intended uses of all buildings;
2. The on-site parking arrangements and design, including loading areas;
3. The proposed signing policy for all proposed uses;
4. The location and treatment of required and proposed landscape areas; and
5. The proposed off-site circulation pattern including right-of-way dedications, street improvements, traffic control measures, location and design of driveway openings and acceleration/deceleration lanes.
(b) The preliminary development plan is required to enable the Commission and the Town Council to assess the impact of the proposed shopping center on surrounding uses, its relationship to the objectives of the Tusayan Area Plan its relationship to zoning patterns in the neighborhood, and to permit public agencies and utility services to review the adequacy of proposed improvements and the impact of the development on existing and proposed utilities and facilities.
(2) Adoption of development plans. The development plans shall be approved by the Town Council and incorporated into the approval of the CN-2/A Zone.
(3) Application. The above procedures shall not apply to the establishment of a CN-2/A Zone classification at an existing neighborhood shopping center.
(C) General requirements.
(1) The following requirements are minimums unless otherwise noted.
Building site, square feet or acres
Front yard, in feet
Lot coverage, maximum
Lot depth, in feet
Lot width, in feet
See § 15
Rear yard, in feet
Side yard - interior and rear yard, in feet, adjacent to G, AR, RR, RS or RM Zones
Side yard - interior, in feet
Side yard - street side, in feet
Structure height, maximum, in feet
(2) All setbacks shall be measured from property lines. In situations where an access easement is located along a property line, the setback shall be measured from the interior edge of any access easement line. Where an access easement bisects any parcel of land, said easement shall be considered a street for setback purposes and street side setbacks shall apply.
(Ord. 2012-04, passed 12-5-2012)