§ 156.105  ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS.
   (A)   Dwellings in B-1 Central Business.
      (1)   Ground floor. A dwelling will only be permitted within the B-1 district if it is in a structure in which the ground floor is used exclusively as a non-residential use.
      (2)   Parking. A dwelling unit will only be permitted within the B-1 district if it can provide private, off-street parking in accordance with this chapter.
   (B)   Dwellings in R-8 Single Family Residential, R-6 General Residential, R-20 Suburban Residential and R-20A Suburban Residential/Agricultural.
      (1)   Quantity.  There shall be no more than two dwelling units in a structure previously built and/or used as a single family dwelling, and no more than two dwelling units on a lot.
      (2)   Design.  The ADU shall be designed so that the appearance of the structure maintains that of a single family dwelling.
      (3)   Parking.  There shall be provided at least two off-street parking spaces for the principal dwelling(s). One parking space shall be provided on-site for each one bedroom ADU and two parking spaces shall be provided on site for each two bedroom ADU.
      (4)   Size restrictions.  The living area for an accessory dwelling unit shall not exceed 50% of the principal dwelling floor area. The height of an attached or detached accessory dwelling unit shall not exceed the height of the principal dwelling.
      (5)   Deed restrictions.  Before obtaining a zoning compliance permit for an accessory dwelling unit the property owner shall file with the county register of deeds a declaration of restrictions containing a reference to the deed under which the property was acquired by the present owner and stating that:
         (a)   The accessory unit shall not be sold separately; and
         (b)   The unit is restricted to the approved size as stated in size restrictions above.
      (6)   Owner occupancy. Accessory dwelling.
(Am. Ord. passed 9-14-2016; Am. Ord. 2018-14, passed 9-10-2018)