The minimum requirements for issuance of a special exception use permit for a family care facility shall include, but not be limited to the following:
   (a)    The facility shall be and remain architecturally compatible with other residential dwellings or structures in the immediate surrounding neighborhood.
   (b)    All building, fire, safety and health regulations and laws of the State and the City shall be maintained.
   (c)    No special off-street parking facilities are to be constructed or are required for residents of the facility.
   (d)    The facility shall not generate traffic unreasonably greater in volume or different in nature than would otherwise normally occur in the neighborhood where the facility is located.
   (e)    The facility shall be occupied by no more than six persons, who need not be related, excluding supervisory and care staff.
   (f)    The facility shall not utilize for sleeping more than forty percent (40%) of the minimum net floor area for living quarters as defined in the "Rules for Licensure" for the Ohio Department of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
   (g)    There shall be no sign identifying the dwelling as a residential care facility erected in the yard, posted in a window or mounted on the building.
   (h)    No family care facility as defined in Section 1159.01 shall be located within a 3,000 foot radius of another such facility.
   (i)    No facility shall be permitted to be constructed or operated until the agency, organization or institution supervising such a facility shows to the City that the facility and its operation complies with all licensing requirements of the appropriate Sate agency.
   (j)    No facility shall be permitted in other than the following Zoning Districts: R-4, B-1 and B-2.