Required off-street parking spaces shall be located in relation to the use they serve according to the following requirements. Distances may be measured radially from the nearest point of the building which the parking facility is intended to serve.
One and Two Family Dwellings: One and two family dwellings shall provide required off-street parking on the same lot as the building it serves. Such parking may be provided in an established driveway, provided no such space extends into a right-of-way and no more than one tandem parking space is created. Garage space may be utilized in meeting the requirements.
Performance Residential: Dwellings designed with individual garages or driveways serving as parking areas shall be subject to the requirements of 63.431. Where off-street parking is provided in common parking areas, (either lots or bays), such parking shall not be further than 150 feet from the unit it serves.
Multiple Family Dwellings: Required off-street parking shall be located on the same lot as the units it serves or within 200 feet of the principal building served. Where a designated garage space is assigned to each unit, tandem spaces may be utilized provided adequate space for aisles and driveways is reserved.
Other Uses: Required off-street parking shall be located on the same lot as the use it serves or within 600 feet of the principal building served for customer parking and within 1,000 feet for employee parking.
Ownership of Off-Street Parking: Where required off-street parking is provided elsewhere than on the same lot as the use which it serves, evidence of ownership or control of the parking facility, either by deed or long term lease, shall be provided with the application for zoning certificate approval. In addition, the owner of the development shall file a recordable document with the City requiring the owner and his or her assigns to maintain the required number of off-street parking spaces during the existence of said use. Property that constitutes required off-street parking may not be separated through sale or other means from the principal use it serves unless the owner of the development files and is granted approval of a zoning certificate designating alternate off-street parking.