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A. Maximum Lot Coverage: The maximum coverage for any lot is:




Maximum lot coverage



75% (commercial use)
50% (residential use)

B. Pedestrian-Oriented Commercial Uses: For pedestrian-oriented commercial uses in the commercial residential mixed-use zone, the entire area between the curb and the setback line shall be landscaped to create a consistent streetscape, such that facing “blocks” of contiguous properties have uniform setbacks, paving, street trees and other urban design features. This may consist of a combination of plant materials, sidewalks, and access drives as necessary for the development of the property.

C. Residential Uses: For residential uses in the commercial residential mixed-use zone, the entire front yard setback line shall be landscaped using any combination of planting areas and dryscape, subject to the approval of the city. For residential and mixed residential-commercial use projects, no part of the front setback may be used for parking.

D. Outside Storage: There shall be no outside storage of materials used in sales or in business operation within the airport supporting business park (ASBP) zone. All businesses shall be completely enclosed in the ASBP zone. Within the airport vicinity industrial (AVI) zone, all solid waste storage facilities shall be located at the rear of the main building and behind a sight-obscuring solid masonry wall which will prevent the facility from being seen from a public street.

E. Building Heights: The primary restriction for building heights will be the FAA Part 77 surfaces. Building heights within the airport vicinity boundaries shall not exceed Part 77 surface elevations. Development proposals may be required to include a Part 77 height conformity analysis as part of the project approvals.

F. Exterior Colors and Materials: Building colors are limited to natural, muted tones that emulate the local geologic formations common to the area and blend with the predominant colors of the natural surroundings. Window glazing shall be nonreflective, energy-efficient glass with light to medium gray tint. Within the airport supporting business park (ASBP) zone at least thirty percent (30%) of the building’s front façade shall consist of stone, brick, or similar masonry product in order to improve building appearance.

G. Noise Attenuation: Noise-sensitive uses located within the 55 DNL noise-contour area (see Exhibit A attached to the ordinance codified in this title) shall be noise attenuated as follows:

1. Residential uses shall provide triple-pane exterior windows, and insulation in exterior walls to achieve an insulation rating of R-21, and a rating of R-38 in the roof/ceiling.

2. Commercial uses shall provide an insulation rating of R-21 for exterior walls, and R-19 in ceiling/roof insulation, along with providing double-pane windows in exterior walls.

3. Noise-sensitive uses that are outside of the fifty-five (55) DNL noise-contour areas shall use construction techniques that provide noise attenuation within each structure to substantially reduce the effects of outside noise levels within the structure.

H. C-RM mixed-use developments shall comply with the standards set forth in section 10-8D-8. (Ord. 2019-10-002, 10-10-2019)