Received 11/18/15 Clerk-Treasurer email Auburn in 46706 ordinance no. 2015-15 an ordinance to amend portions of chapter 150 of title XV: land usage of the auburn city code


MH DISTRICT - MANUFACTURED HOUSING/MOBILE HOME PARK DISTRICT



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150.237 MH DISTRICT - MANUFACTURED HOUSING/MOBILE HOME PARK DISTRICT


  1. PURPOSE

The MH Manufactured Housing/Mobile Home Park District is intended to provide sites for mobile home and/or manufactured housing communities at appropriate locations, in relationship to the existing and potential development of the surrounding area, while establishing an attractive residential environment.

  1. PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES

Manufactured housing and mobile home park developments.

150.238 OS DISTRICT - OPEN SPACE/RECREATIONAL DISTRICT


  1. PURPOSE

The OS Open Space/Recreational District is intended to establish and preserve open space districts, districts both developed and undeveloped, and to allow public and quasi-public uses in such open spaces.

  1. PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES

Recreational, public and quasi-public uses including but not limited to the following:

    1. Public/private parks

    2. Public schools

    3. Zoological garden

    4. Museums and libraries

    5. Cultural buildings and structures


150.239 ETR OVERLAY DISTRICT – EARLY TRADITIONAL RESIDENTIAL OVERLAY DISTRICT (Ord. 2014-03 passed 02.18.14)


  1. PURPOSE

The ETR Overlay District – Early Traditional Residential Overlay District is intended to allow greater flexibility in setback and lot coverage percentage for legal non-conforming platted residential (R-1 R-2 And R-3) lots (and legal non-conforming subdivided lots) created by City Council Ordinance 89-1 (Auburn Zoning Code).

  1. LOT AREA REGULATIONS

The lot area and dimensions listed below are intended to supersede the standards listed in 150.320 LOT AREA REGULATIONS.

    1. MINIMUM LOT AREA (S.F.) – none provided it was a legally buildable lot prior to the passage of City Council Ordinance 89-1 (Auburn Zoning Code).

    2. MINIMUM WIDTH AT FRONT OF BUILDING – none provided it was a legally buildable lot prior to the passage of City Council Ordinance 89-1 (Auburn Zoning Code).

    3. LOT COVERAGE PERCENTAGE – Forty Percent (40%)

      1. Fifty Percent (50%) provided that:

        1. Total impervious surface of lot does not exceed Sixty Percent (60%)

        2. Or other storm water mitigation is done, approved by the Building Planning and Development and Engineering Departments of the City of Auburn

  1. SETBACKS

The setbacks listed below are intended to supersede standard setbacks in section 150.330 YARD REQUIREMENTS and 150.331 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND EXCEPTIONS TO YARD REQUIREMENTS as applicable.

    1. FRONT YARD REQUIREMENTS – Same as required by 150.330 A)

    2. SIDE YARD REQUIREMENTS –

      1. Primary Structure – 5 feet

      2. Accessory Structure – 3 feet

    3. CORNER LOT, SIDE YARD WIDTH TO THE SIDE STREET LINE – Same as 150.330 A) 3) or

      1. Side yard setback of corner lots can be equal to front yard setback of adjacent structures on the side street

    4. REAR YARD REQUIREMENTS – Same as 150.330 C) or

      1. May be equal to distance between front of building and road right-of-way

        1. Minimum setback of 20 feet for garages accessible from city right-of-way

    5. BUILDING SEPARATION REQUIREMENTS –structures on the same lot shall be separated from the primary structure by a minimum of 6 feet.

  1. NOTIFICATION

Homeowners who wish to use the guidelines of the ETR Overlay District must request letters of approval from all adjacent property owners;

    1. If homeowner receives letters of approval from all adjacent property owners staff will proceed with review of the project for zoning and building requirements

    2. If homeowner is unable to make contact with an adjacent property owner after reasonable attempts to do so, staff will attempt to make contact. The project may move forward once staff is satisfied that all reasonable attempts to contact adjacent property owners have been made.

    3. If an adjacent property owner refuses to give approval for a proposed project, the homeowner may pursue approval through the Board of Zoning Appeals where adjacent property owners will be notified of the meeting and would have the chance to make public comments.



150.240 PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD)


The intent of a Planned Unit District is to encourage innovative developments in certain zoning districts that will not distract from the original district intent. Developers of land in a Planned Unit District will be offered flexibility in design and development, as a means to this flexibility, regulations governing lot size, yards, building location, and land use type may be varied, subsequent to approval by the Plan Commission through the development plan process.

  1. PERMITTED DISTRICTS

    1. Planned Unit Developments (PUD) may be located only in RE, R-1, R-2, R-3, MH, C-1, C-2, I-1 and I-2 Districts. Planned Unit Developments are identified by a "P" designation following the permitted zoning district and shall also be identified on the zoning maps. A PUD District that combines a mix or grouping of these districts shall be referred to as a Mixed Use District (see 150.240 D) PLANNED MIXED USE DISTRICTS)

    2. Corresponding districts

Zoning District

Corresponding Planned Unit District

RE

REP

R-1

R-1P

R-2

R-2P

R-3

R-3P

MH

MHP

C-1

C-1P

C-2

C-2P

I-1

I-1P

I-2

I-2P

Mixed Use

MUP




  1. PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS

    1. Purpose

The purpose of a Planned Residential District (REP, R-1P, R-2P, R-3P, or MH) is to encourage innovative residential communities and allow the developer of such communities the maximum amount of flexibility in design and development.

    1. Permitted uses

The uses permitted in each district shall be the same as those permitted within the corresponding RE, R-1, R-2, R-3, and MH District as found in this chapter.

  1. PLANNED COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS

    1. Purpose

A Planned Commercial District (C-1P or C-2P) shall provide for and encourage the grouping of businesses into centers and complexes, incorporating modern concepts of service and design.

    1. Permitted uses

The uses permitted in each district shall be the same as those permitted within the corresponding C-1 and C-2 District as found in this chapter.

  1. PLANNED MIXED USE DISTRICTS

    1. Purpose

A Planned Mixed Use District (MUP) shall provide for and encourage the grouping of all planned district uses listed above into centers and complexes, incorporating modern concepts of service and design.

    1. Permitted uses

The uses permitted in a MUP district shall follow the same criteria as permitted in the individual planned unit districts listed above, and must be designed to be harmonious with each type of use.



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