§ 151.

SCHEDULE OF REQUIRED OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES

a.

Applicability. Off-street parking spaces shall be provided in the minimum quantities specified in Table 151, except as otherwise provided in Section 151.1 and Section 161 of this Code. Where the building or lot contains uses in more than one of the categories listed, parking requirements shall be calculated in the manner provided in Section 153 of this Code. Where off-street parking is provided which exceeds certain amounts in relation to the quantities specified in Table 151, as set forth in Section 204.5 of this Code, such parking shall be classified not as accessory parking but as either a principal or a conditional use, depending upon the use provisions applicable to the district in which the parking is located. In considering an application for a conditional use for any such parking, due to the amount being provided, the City Planning Commission shall consider the criteria set forth in Section 157 of this Code.

b.

Minimum Parking Required.

Table 151OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES REQUIRED



Use or Activity Number of Off-Street Parking Spaces Required
Dwelling, except as specified below, and except in the Bernal Heights Special Use District as provided in Section 242 One for each dwelling unit.
Dwelling, in the Broadway and North Beach Neighborhood Commercial Districts and the Chinatown Mixed Use Districts P up to one car for each two dwelling units; C up to .75 cars for each dwelling unit, subject to the criteria and procedures of Section 151.1(g); NP above 0.75 cars for each dwelling unit.
Dwelling, in the Telegraph Hill – North Beach Residential Special Use District P up to three cars for each four dwelling units; C up to one car for each dwelling unit, subject to the criteria and procedures of Section 151.1(g); NP above one car for each dwelling unit.
Dwelling, RC-4, except in the Van Ness Special Use District One for each four dwelling units.
Dwelling, specifically designed for and occupied by senior citizens, as defined in Section 102.6.1 of this Code, or persons with physical disabilities None in districts other than RH-1 and RH-2, except, for purposes of determining spaces required by this Code in Section 204.5 the number of spaces specified above for the district in which the dwelling is located. In RH-1 and RH-2 Districts, one-fifth the number of spaces specified above for the district in which the dwelling is located.
Dwelling, in an affordable housing project as defined by Section 401 of this Code. None in districts other than RH-1 and RH-2, except, for purposes of determining spaces required by this Code in Section 204.5, the number otherwise required in this Table 151 for a dwelling unit for the district in which the dwelling is located.
Group housing of any kind None in districts other than RH-2, except for purposes of determining spaces required by this Code in Section 204.5 one for each three bedrooms or for each six beds, whichever results in the greater requirements, plus one for the manager’s dwelling unit if any, with a minimum of two spaces required. In RH-2 Districts, for each three bedrooms or for each six beds, whichever results in the greater requirement, plus one for the manager’s dwelling unit if any, with a minimum of two spaces required.
Hotel, inn or hostel in NC Districts 0.8 for each guest bedroom.
Hotel, inn or hostel in districts other than NC One for each 16 guest bedrooms where the number of guest bedrooms exceeds 23, plus one for the manager’s dwelling unit, if any.
Motel One for each guest unit, plus one for the manager’s dwelling unit, if any.
Mobile home park One for each vehicle or structure in such park, plus one for the manager’s dwelling unit if any.
Hospital or other inpatient medical institution One for each 8 beds excluding bassinets or for each 2,400 square feet of gross floor area devoted to sleeping rooms, whichever results in the greater requirement, provided that these requirements shall not apply if the calculated number of spaces is no more than two.
Residential care facility None in districts other than RH-1 and RH-2, except for purposes of determining spaces required by this Code in Section 204.5. In RH-1 and RH-2 Districts, one for each 10 residents, where the number of residents exceeds nine.
Child care facility One for each 25 children to be accommodated at any one time, where the number of such children exceeds 24.
Elementary school One for each six classrooms.
Secondary school One for each two classrooms.
Post-secondary educational institution One for each two classrooms.
Church or other religious institutions One for each 20 seats by which the number of seats in the main auditorium exceeds 200.
Theater or auditorium One for each eight seats up to 1,000 seats where the number of seats exceeds 50 seats, plus one for each 10 seats in excess of 1,000.
Stadium or sports arena One for each 15 seats.
Medical or dental office or outpatient clinic One for each 300 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Offices or studios of architects, engineers, interior designers and other design professionals and studios of graphic artists One for each 1,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Other business office One for each 500 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Restaurant, bar, nightclub, pool hall, dancehall, bowling alley or other similar enterprise One for each 200 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Retail space devoted to the handling of bulky merchandise such as motor vehicles, machinery or furniture One for each 1,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Greenhouse or plant nursery One for each 4,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Other retail space One for each 500 square feet of occupied floor area up to 20,000 where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet, plus one for each 250 square feet of occupied floor area in excess of 20,000.
Service, repair or wholesale sales space, including personal, home or business service space in South of Market Districts. One for each 1,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet.
Mortuary Five
Storage or warehouse space, and space devoted to any use first permitted in an M-2 District One for each 2,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 10,000 square feet.
Arts activities and spaces except theater or auditorium spaces One for each 2,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 7,500 square feet.
Other manufacturing and industrial uses One for each 1,500 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 7,500 square feet.
Live/work units One for each 2,000 square feet of occupied floor area, where the occupied floor area exceeds 7,500 square feet, except in RH or RM Districts, within which the requirement shall be one space for each live/work unit.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Amended by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78; Ord. 69-87, App. 3/13/87; Ord. 445-87, App. 11/12/87; Ord. 537-88, App. 12/16/88; Ord. 412-88, App. 9/10/88; Ord. 115-90, App. 4/6/90; Ord. 32-91, App. 1/25/91; Ord. 368-94, App. 11/4/94; Ord. 217-05, File No. 050865, App. 8/19/2005; Ord. 129-06, File No, 060372, App. 6/22/2006; Ord. 112-08, File No. 080095, App. 6/30/2008; Ord. 51-09, File No. 081620, App. 4/2/2009; Ord. 77-10, File No. 091165, App. 4/16/2010; Ord. 109-11, File No. 101350, App. 6/29/2011, Eff. 7/29/2011)

Introductory paragraph amended and designated division (a); Table 151 amended and designated division (b); Ord. 109-11, Eff. 7/29/2011.

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