§ 155.243  TREE REQUIREMENTS FOR RESIDENTIAL LOTS.
   (A)   All residential lots require the presence of trees in order to provide shade, erosion control and a pleasant pedestrian experience.
   (B)   The following provisions require a minimum number of existing trees to be retained or new trees to be planted by residential lot size and type:
      (1)   Attached home lot. Attached home lots are required to have one small maturing tree (1-inch cal. DBH) located in the front yard.  Attached home lots are also required to have one large canopy tree (3-inch cal. DBH) per two attached home lots in the rear yard.
      (2)   Detached home lot.
         (a)   Detached home lots less than 65 feet in width are required to have one small maturing tree (1-inch cal. DBH) and one large maturing tree (3-inch cal. DBH) located in the front yard.
         (b)   Detached home lots greater than or equal to 65 feet in width and less than 90 feet in width are required to have one small maturing tree (1-inch cal. DBH) and one large maturing tree (3-inch cal. DBH) located in the front yard.  Detached home lots greater than or equal to 65 feet in width and less than 90 feet in width are also required to have one large maturing tree (3-inch cal. DBH) located in the rear yard.
         (c)   Detached home lots greater than or equal to 90 feet in width are required to have one small maturing tree (1-inch cal. DBH) and one medium maturing tree (2-inch cal. DBH) and one large maturing tree (3-inch cal. DBH) located in the front yard.  Detached home lots greater than or equal to 90 feet in width are also required to have one large maturing tree (3-inch cal. DBH) and one small maturing tree (1-inch cal. DBH) located in the rear yard.
(‘77 Code, § 19-137)  (Ord. 2001, passed 6-4-01)