§ 159.

REQUIRED OFF-STREET PARKING NOT ON THE SAME LOT AS THE STRUCTURE OR USE SERVED

a.

Required off-street parking spaces for one-family and two-family dwellings in R Districts shall be located on the same lot as the dwelling served, or in a community garage as described in Section 209.7(a) of this Code.

b.

Required off-street parking spaces for all other dwellings shall be located on the same lot as the dwelling served, as an accessory use; or within a walking distance of 600 feet, as either a principal or a conditional use, depending upon the use provisions applicable to the district in which such parking is located.

c.

Required off-street parking spaces for all uses other than dwellings shall be located on the same lot as the use served, as an accessory use; or within a walking distance of 800 feet, as either a principal or a conditional use, depending upon the use provisions applicable to the district in which such parking is located.

d.

Walking distance for purposes of Subsections (b) and (c) above shall mean the distance from an outside entrance of a structure or use or part thereof, to each off-street parking space assigned to such structure or use or part thereof, along the shortest, most convenient pedestrian walkway open to the user or users of such off-street parking space.

e.

In order to be credited toward the requirements of this Code, any off-street parking space located as above on a lot other than the lot on which the structure or use to be served is located must be available for the actual lifetime of the structure or use to be served. Such availability shall be assured either by ownership of both the lot containing the structure or use to be served and the lot containing the off-street parking space by at least one common owner, or by a lease or other instrument providing for the availability of the parking space for not less than the actual lifetime of the structure or use to be served; an attested copy of any such instrument shall be filed with the Department of City Planning prior to approval by said Department of any building permit application affected by this arrangement for provision of required off-street parking. In addition, in either case, a document in a form approved by the City Attorney shall be executed by the parties concerned, and by the Zoning Administrator, and recorded in the office of the County Recorder, serving as a notice of the restrictions under this Code applying to both the lot containing the structure or use to be served and to the lot containing the off-street parking space, by virtue of this arrangement for provision of required off-street parking.

History

(Added by Ord. 443-78, App. 10/6/78)

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