Sec. 35.1-43.10. Parking requirements in traditional neighborhood developments.
(a) Parking and loading spaces shall be provided as required in Sec. 35.1-25 of the city code except that on-street as well as off-street parking spaces shall be counted toward satisfaction of the requirements. On-street parking spaces assigned to a building or use shall be those spaces directly abutting the lot containing that building or use. All required handicapped parking spaces shall be provided off-street.
(b) Shared parking shall be permitted if approved by the technical review committee (TRC) during site plan review. Uses sharing parking need not be located on the same lot, but shall be located within the same block or an adjacent block. In approving shared parking, the TRC shall require the following:
(1) that the applicant show, through a study of peak parking needs for all proposed uses involved, that shared parking is feasible and that the number of spaces proposed is adequate to meet the projected parking demand at all hours;
(2) that the design and location of parking areas is convenient for sharing by customers, patrons, and residents of all properties involved;
(3) that a shared parking agreement that establishes responsibilities for parking lot maintenance and sets limits on hours of operation has been executed between all property owners involved and is binding on all tenants.
(c) Off-street parking and loading spaces shall be located behind or to the side of buildings and may be served directly or indirectly by alleys. The TND design guidelines shall specify how off-street parking and loading areas shall be landscaped and screened from public streets. (Ord. No. O-98-013, 2-10-98)
Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM