§ 154-16.07  Parking Spaces Required.
   For all dwellings or businesses hereafter erected, provisions shall be made to supply the following parking requirements. Any parking spaces required for employees shall be determined according to the maximum number of employees on duty and/or residing on the premises at any one time. If for any reason the classification of any use for the purpose of determining the required amount of off-street parking space is not readily determinable hereunder, the classification of the use shall be determined by the Planning Director upon recommendation from the Building Official based on the permitted occupancy of the building.
   (A)   Adult arcade.  One space for each arcade machine plus one space for each employee per shift.
   (B)   Adult bookstore.  One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (C)   Adult cabaret.  One space for each 50 square feet of gross floor area where the public is served, plus an additional 10% of the off-street parking required herein for use by employees.
   (D)   Adult motel.  One and one-tenth parking spaces shall be provided for each guest room. When auxiliary commercial uses are included, the following additional standards are required:
      (1)   One parking space for every 100 square feet of gross floor area where public is served;
      (2)   One parking space for every 400 square feet of gross floor area of commercial accessory use; and
      (3)   One space for every six seats, if seats are fixed; or one space for 50 square feet for places of public assembly.
   (E)   Adult motion picture theater.  One off-street parking space for every four seats, if seats are fixed; or one space for each 30 square feet of open assembly area where seats are not fixed, excluding platform and stage areas.
   (F)   Adult theater.  One off-street parking space for every four seats, if seats are fixed; or one space for each 30 square feet of open assembly area where seats are not fixed, excluding platform and stage areas.
   (G)   Adult video store.  One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (H)   Auto rental agencies.  One space for each 200 square feet of gross floor area, plus one parking space for each vehicle to be stored on the lot.
   (I)   Auto service station motor fuel sales (retail).  One and one-half spaces for each pump dispenser up to the first six pump dispensers and one space for each additional pump dispenser. (Standing areas at pump dispenser island and interior circulation areas shall not be counted as parking areas.)
   (J)   Automobile service and repair shops automotive repair.  Three spaces for each service bay. (A service bay shall not be counted as parking space.)
   (K)   Banks.  One space for every 200 square feet of gross floor area.
   (L)   Bowling alleys.  Three spaces for each alley, plus one for each billiard table, plus one for each five seats in any gallery. (If other uses are included, each use shall provide the spaces required for that use.)
   (M)   Cafes, restaurants, cocktail lounges or bars.  One space for each 50 square feet of gross floor area where the public is served.
   (N)   Commercial buildings (not otherwise specified herein).  One parking space for each 250 square feet of gross floor area.
   (O)   Child day care services, large.  One space per 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (P)   Drive-in facilities.  Temporary parking spaces are to be provided in moving lanes, or “stack-up”, preceding customer service space:
      (1)   Drive-in bank.  Three spaces for each service window.
      (2)   Personal service businesses (such as dry cleaners and photo pick-up).  Two spaces for each service window.
      (3)   Drive-in theater.  One space for each four viewing spaces within theater.
      (4)   Facilities that serve fast food and/or beverages. Seven spaces for each service window.
   (Q)   Educational facilities.  Elementary and secondary schools, kindergartens and parochial schools shall provide one space for each classroom, plus one space for each five students of legal driving age and one space for each three non-teaching employees.
   (R)   Escort agency.  One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (S)   Grocery, supermarkets. One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (T)   Gymnasiums or health studios.  One space for each 400 square feet of gross floor area, plus one space for each employee.
   (U)   Hospitals.  One space for each three beds, plus one space for each staff doctor, plus one space for each three employees other than staff doctors.
   (V)   Hotels and motels.  One and one-tenth parking spaces shall be provided for each guest room. When auxiliary commercial uses are included, the following additional standards are required:
      (1)   One parking space for every 100 square feet of gross floor area where public is served;
      (2)   One parking space for every 400 square feet of gross floor area of commercial accessory use; and
      (3)   One space for every six seats, if seats are fixed; or one space for 50 square feet for places of public assembly.
   (W)   Manufacturing and industrial uses (including open industrial uses).  One space for each 500 square feet of gross floor area or one space for each three employees on the maximum shift, whichever is greater. Open industrial uses:  one space per 4,000 square feet of lot area.
   (X)   Offices and clinics; medical.  One space for each 150 square feet of gross floor area.
   (Y)   Motor fuel sales (wholesale).  One parking space per employee per shift.
   (Z)   Motor vehicle or machinery retail sales.  One space for each 400 square feet of gross floor area,plus one for each 20 outdoor vehicle display spaces.
   (AA)   Mortuaries, funeral homes.  One space for each 100 square feet of assembly room floor area, plus one employee, plus one for each car owned by such establishment.
   (BB)   Nude model studio.  One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area.
   (CC)   Nursing and personal care facilities, large.  One space for each six beds, plus two spaces for any permanent residence on the property.
   (DD)   Places of public assembly.  Churches, auditoriums, exhibition halls, theaters, convention facilities, meeting rooms and other places of public assembly shall provide one off-street parking space for every four seats, if seats are fixed; or one space for each 30 square feet of open assembly area where seats are not fixed, excluding platform and stage areas. For churches, off-street parking shall be required for primary seating only.
   (EE)   Offices (not otherwise specified herein).  One space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area, exclusive of floor area used for utility equipment.
   (FF)   Residential uses.  The following minimum parking requirements shall be met for all residential uses as specified herein except that for a single-family, duplex or multi-family residence constructed or to be constructed on an existing lot of record prior to December 31, 1978, which is less than 7,500 square feet in area, at least one space per dwelling unit shall be provided.
      (1)   Single-family dwellings.  Two spaces for each dwelling unit.
      (2)   Duplex dwellings.  Two spaces for each dwelling unit.
      (3)   Multiple-dwellings.  One and one-half spaces for each efficiency one-bedroom or two-bedroom dwelling unit and two spaces for each dwelling unit containing three or more bedrooms.
      (4)   Rooming and boarding houses.  One space for each two guest rooms, plus two spaces for any permanent residence on the property.
      (5)   Manufactured housing park (MHP).  Two spaces for each manufactured home or one space for each park model or recreational vehicle.
      (6)   Manufactured housing subdivision (MHS).  Two spaces for each lot.
      (7)   Recreational vehicle subdivision (RVS).  Two spaces for each manufactured home or one space for each park model or recreational vehicle.
   (GG)   Retail stores, shops, convenience food stores.  One space for each 400 square feet of gross floor area.
   (HH)   Trade schools, business colleges.  One space for each 200 square feet of gross floor area.
   (II)   Wholesaling and warehousing.  One space for each 1,500 square feet of gross floor area.
   (JJ)   Shopping centers.  One space per 250 square feet of gross floor area.
   (KK)   Self-storage facilities.  One space for each 50 storage cubicles plus two spaces.
   (LL)   Sexual encounter center.  Parking spaces shall be not less than 30% of maximum occupancy as determined by the International Building Code as amended.
('80 Code, App. A, § 160)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 800, passed 5-17-1960; Ord. 1812, passed 2-7-1979; Ord. 2515, passed 2-20-1991; Ord. 2687, passed 1-4-1995; Ord. O2006-14, passed 2-1-2006; Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010; Ord. O2011-37, passed 11-2-2011; Ord. O2017-016, passed 5-17-2017)  Penalty, see § 154-999