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(A) Intent. The R-V Village Residential District is established to promote and maintain the historic core or village neighborhoods within the town. The development standards reinforce the traditional height, bulk and area features of these neighborhoods to maintain their scale and proportion in compliance with the village residential land use recommendation of the master development plan of the town.
(B) Permitted uses.
(1) Primary uses.
(a) Single-family dwelling, including a modular home dwelling and a manufactured home dwelling;
(b) Residential facility for the developmentally disabled;
(c) Residential facility for the mentally ill, subject to the provisions of § 194.100 of this chapter; and
(d) Child care home (that is used as the primary residence of the person who operates the child care home).
(2) Special exception uses. Subject to the provisions of § 194.202 of this chapter:
(a) Two-family dwelling; and
(b) Religious use.
(3) Accessory uses. See § 194.095 of this chapter.
(4) Home occupations. See § 194.097 of this chapter.
(5) Temporary uses. See § 194.096 of this chapter.
(C) Development standards.
(1) Minimum lot area. 8,000 square feet. Attachment to public water and sanitary sewer facilities shall be mandatory for development in this district.
(2) Minimum lot width. 50 feet.
(3) Minimum lot frontage. 50 feet on a public street and gain direct access from said public street or an abutting alley.
(4) Maximum lot coverage;primary or special exception uses and accessory uses. 35% of the lot. See § 194.095 Urban Accessory Uses for additional information.
(5) Minimum yards and building setbacks.
1. A minimum front yard and building setback measured from the existing right-of-way shall be provided as follows:
a. Primary arterial street: 30 feet;
b. Secondary arterial street: 30 feet; and
c. Collector/local street/cul-de-sac or other street: 20 feet.
2. Exception: in any block face in which an existing front yard setback is established by existing, legally established buildings or structures on 50% or more of the total number of lots within the same block face fronting on the same public street, the minimum required front yard setback for any new building, structure or addition along such block face shall be the average of such established front yards if such dimension is less than or greater than the minimum front yard setback established by this chapter. In the case of a new building or structure, the lot on which the building or structure is to be erected shall not be included in the calculation of the average of the established front yards for the block face.
1. A minimum side yard of five feet shall be provided along all side lot lines. However, in no case shall the distance between any two buildings, whether located on the same lot or on abutting lots, be less than ten feet. Driveways shall be required to meet the minimum side yard requirement.
(c) Aggregate side: a minimum aggregate side yard of 15 feet shall be provided on all lots.
1. A minimum rear yard shall be provided along all rear lot lines as follows:
a. Primary building: 20 feet; and
b. Accessory building: five feet.
(6) Maximum building height.
(a) Primary building: 35 feet and not over three stories; and
(b) Accessory building: 22 feet, but in no case shall the height of an accessory building exceed that of the primary building.
(7) Minimum main floor area. The minimum main floor area of the primary building, exclusive of garage, carport, deck, patio and open porches:
(a) One-story building: 900 square feet per dwelling unit; and
(b) Two- or more story building: 650 square feet per dwelling unit; provided that, the total finished floor area shall be at least 900 square feet.
(8) Off-street parking. See § 194.105 of this chapter.
(10) Vision clearance areas. See § 194.021 of this chapter.
(D) General regulations. See general regulations for R districts.
(Ord. 2000-16, passed 8-28-2000, § 2.13; Ord. 2017-17, passed 12-4-2017)