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Title: 21 - Coastal Zoning

Chapter: 44 - Off-Street Parking

Section: 20 - SpaceRequirements for various uses

The number of off-street parking spaces required for each use in all districts shall be as follows:

     A.  Automobile or machinery sales and service garages: one for each four hundred square feet of floor area

     B.  Banks, business and professional offices: one for each two hundred square feet of floor area

     C.  Bowling alleys: five for each alley

     D.  Churches and schools: one for each three and one-half seats in auditoriums or one for each seventeen class-room seats, whichever is greater

     E.  Dancehalls and assembly halls without fixed seats, exhibition halls except church assembly rooms in conjunction with auditorium: one for each one hundred square feet of floor area for assembly or dancing

     F.  Dwellings, single-family, duplexes: two for each family or dwelling unit

     G.  Dwellings, multiple: three for each two families or dwelling units

     H.  Funeral homes, mortuaries: four for each parlor room or one for each fifty square feet of floor area, whichever is greater

     I.  Furniture and appliance stores, household equipment or furniture repair shop: one for each two hundred square feet of floor area

     J.  Hospitals: one for each two patient beds and one added for each three staff members and employees

     K.  Rooming and lodging houses: one for each two bedrooms

     L.  Manufacturing plants, research or testing laboratories, bottling plants: one for each two employees on the maximum working shift

     M.  Medical, dental, veterinary clinics and/or similar facilities: seven spaces for each physician, dentist or primary care giver

     N.  Hotels and motels: one space for each living or sleeping unit

     O.  Sanitariums, asylums, orphanages, convalescent homes, homes for the aged and infirm, and rest homes: one space for each six patient beds plus one space for each staff member or visiting physician plus one space for each three employees

     P.  Restaurants, beer parlors, and nightclubs: one for each three and one-half seats

     Q.  Retail stores, shops, etc.: one for each two hundred square feet of gross area, except that convenience stores shall have one for each one hundred fifty square feet. A "convenience store" includes, but is not limited to, the following examples: Circle K, 7-11, Arco-Marts, Mini-marts, etc., and other similar convenience stores of five thousand square feet or less of gross area

     R.  Sports arenas, auditoriums, theaters, assembly halls: one for each three and one-half seats

     S.  Wholesale establishments or warehouses: one for each two employees in the maximum working shift.

 

(Ord. 95-17 §9(1), 1995 Ord. 89-02 §1, 1989 Ord. 86-04 (part), 1986 Ord. 83-03 (part))