Table 64-2-1: Draft Residential Zoning District Standards

Table 64-2-1

Residential Zoning District Standards

Zoning District / By-Right Development Options

Development Standards

Lot and Building Standards

Minimum Area of Development

Minimum Lot Area (per unit)

Minimum Common Open Space 1, 2

Maximum Density (minimum one unit)

Minimum Lot Width

Minimum Setbacks

Maximum Building Height 3

Front

Interior Side

Street Side

Rear

Standard Development Options (Single-Family Dwelling only)

Agriculture / Farm and Ranch (FR)

NA

70 ac.

0%

1.000

1,000’

150’

80’

80’

300’

45’

Agriculture Residential (AR) 4

NA

20 ac.

0%

1.000

500’

125’

50’

50’

250’

45’

Rural Residential (RR)

NA

15 ac.

0%

1.000

440’

100’

40’

40’

200’

45’

Suburban Residential (SR)

NA

10 ac..

0%

1.000

350’

90’

30’

30’

180’

45’

Semi-Urban Residential (SU)

NA

5 ac.

0%

1.000

300'

75'

20'

20'

150'

35'

Urban Residential (UR)

5 ac.

10,000 sf.

12%

3.454

60'

20'

0'

12'

50'

35'

Alternative Development Options (Cluster and Planned Development)- See Sec. 64-2-5, Bonuses for Conservation and Affordable Housing

Rural Residential (RR)

50 ac.

10 ac.

30%

0.066

370’

150’

30’

30’

370’

45’

25 ac.

5 ac.

50%

0.094

220'

90'

20'

30'

220'

35'

Suburban Residential (SR)

25 ac.

5 ac.

50%

0.094

250’

100’

20’

30’

260’

35’

15 ac.

3 ac.

65%

0.109

200'

80'

20'

20'

200'

35'

Semi-Urban Residential (SU)

15 ac.

3 ac.

40%

0.187

200'

80'

20'

20'

200'

35'

10 ac.

1 ac.

55%

0.413

125'

40'

10'

15'

100'

35'

Urban Residential (UR)

5 ac.

5,000 sf.

30%

5.130

50'

20'

0'

15'

30'

35'

5 ac.

See housing types below

Housing Types (Allowed by-right or as a Planned Development in the SR, SU, and UR Districts,.)

Apartment

5 ac.

1,500 sf.

35%

Refer to the density for the applicable district and planned development option above.

200'

35'

15'

25'

35'

45'

Apartment, Executive

5 ac.

1,800 sf.

30%

200'

30'

12'

20'

30'

35'

Twin Home

5 ac.

9,000 sf.

15%

65'

30'

6'

15'

30'

35'

Duplex

5 ac.

4,500 sf.

15%

35'

30'

6' / 0'

15'

30'

35'

Tiny Home 5

5 ac.

1,500 sf.

25%

30'

25'

5'

10'

10'

25'

Townhome, Weak-Link

5 ac.

2,500 sf.

20%

25’

25’

5’ / 0'

15’

25’

35’

Townhome

5 ac.

2,000 sf.

25%

20’

20’

5’ / 0'

15’

25’

35’

Triplex

5 ac.

4,500 sf.

20%

30'

30'

5' / 0'

15'

25'

35'

TABLE NOTES:

1. In certain circumstances, a greater open space ratio may be necessary to protect sensitive areas, e.g., floodplain or floodway, steep slopes, geologic hazard areas, wetlands and water bodies, etc. If so, the cluster and planned development options offer increased densities with greater amounts of common open space set aside for these resource protection purposes.

2. The common open space applies to manufactured home and recreational vehicle parks in the districts where they are specially allowed, as set forth in Sec. 63-2-2, Open, Agricultural, and Residential Uses.

3. See Sec. 64-2-3, Residential Height and Area Exceptions.

4. Second homes are allowed in this district, as set forth in Sec. 63-2-4, Accessory Uses and Buildings, Subsection VI.C., Second and Third Dwellings.

5. The minimum common open space is applicable to tiny house villages and recreational vehicle parks, as set forth in Sec. 64-4-3, Tiny Homes.