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A. Minimum Zone Requirements: Each planned development administrative professional zone application shall include a minimum of ten thousand (10,000) square feet.

B. Height Regulations: No structure shall be erected to a height less than ten feet (10') and no structure shall be greater than forty feet (40'). The city council, after recommendation from the planning commission, may approve increased building height up to sixty feet (60') upon making a finding, as part of a zone change approval, that the increase in height will fit harmoniously into the neighborhood, minimizing any negative impacts, after considering the following:

1. Proposed setbacks provide an appropriate buffer to neighboring properties;

2. Increased landscaping enhances the project and reduces any negative impacts;

3. Site layout and design enhance the project and reduce any negative impacts;

4. The massing and building scale is appropriate for the location;

5. The proposed height increase is appropriate for the area; and

6. The increase in height is consistent with any applicable master plan.

C. Area – Coverage – Density – Yard – Common Area and Landscaping Requirements: The minimum lot area, maximum lot coverage, yard and common open space/landscaping requirements are as follows:

Lot Area Minimum

Maximum Lot Coverage

Minimum Yard Setbacks

Front and Street Side



10,000 sf lot


25' from public street or the greater of 20' or the average of existing immediately adjacent homes

20' from back of sidewalk of private street

10' from back of curb of private street w/o sidewalk

Adjacent to single-family zone: 30'


On a common parcel:
10' if height is less than 30'; 20' if height > 30'

On a separate parcel:
8' if height is < 20'; 9' if height is < 25'; 10' if height ≥ 25'

Adjacent to single-family zone: 30'

Adjacent to a public street: 25' or 20' with a 6' privacy wall along street right-of-way

For each building:
10' if height is ≤ 20'; 20' if height > 20'

D. Solid Waste Storage Facilities: All solid waste storage facilities shall be located at the rear of the main building or else behind a sight-obscuring fence or wall that will prevent the facility from being seen from a public street. Chain link fencing with sight-obscuring slats is not permitted.

E. Protection of Residential Property: A solid masonry wall and a minimum ten-foot (10') wide planting strip along the adjoining property line is required for any PD-administrative professional development that adjoins any lot or parcel of ground in any residential zone. (Ord. 2019-10-002, 10-10-2019; amd. Ord. 2020-06-002, 6-4-2020)