1 City of Goleta New Zoning Ordinance Program Module 3: Regulations Applying to Multiple Districts General Site Regulations Landscaping Parking and Loading June 09, 2014 New Zoning Ordinance Program By: Michael Dyett, Dyett & Bhatia and Anne Wells, Goleta Advance Planning Manager Interview for San Bruno Zoning Code Update Dyett & Bhatia
2 Presentation Agenda 1. Overview of Zoning Ordinance Program A. Purpose, Objectives, Process B. Schedule 2. General Site Regulations 3. Landscaping 4. Parking and Loading 5. Key Issues/Steps
3 1 Introduction
4 1 Purpose of Zoning Update Comprehensively revise the Citywide zoning regulations and Zoning Map to implement the General Plan, shape future growth and help realize the community s vision for the future a safe, beautiful, vibrant, and livable community, a robust local economy, and a viable Old Town, while also protecting environmental resources.
5 1 Specific Objectives Be easy to use and understand Promote infill, mixed-use pedestrian-oriented projects Streamline review and approval process Improve development review process with clear rules and criteria for approval providing certainty, flexibility and finality while protecting sensitive resources Be enforceable Respond to community concerns Provide tables and graphics
6 1 Schedule Mod. 3
7 1 Module 3: Overview Part 1 1. Organization of Regulations 2. General Site Regulations 3. Landscaping 4. Parking and Loading 5. Discussion Questions
8 2 General Site Regulations Chapter Sections
9 2 General Site Regulations Purpose and Applicability The purpose of this Chapter is to prescribe development and site regulations that apply, except where specifically stated, to development in all Zoning Districts. These standards must be used in conjunction with the standards for each Zoning District located in Part II, Base Zoning District Regulations. In any case of conflict, the standards specific to the Zoning District will override these regulations.
10 2 General Site Regulations Accessory Structures Second Units regulated separately Location: Not within setbacks Height: 12 ft. on lots 10,000 SF or less 16 feet on larger lots if 10 ft. in from lot line Development on Lots Divided by District Boundaries Substandard Lots: minimum standards apply
11 2 General Site Regulations Building Projections into Yards TABLE : ALLOWED BUILDING PROJECTIONS INTO YARDS Front or Projection Street Side Yard (ft.) Interior Side Yard (ft.) Rear Yard (ft.) Limitations Notwithstanding any other subsection of this Section, no projection may extend closer than three feet to an interior lot line or into a public All projections utility easement. Cornices, canopies, eaves, and similar architectural features; chimneys Bay windows Must not occupy more than one-third of the length of the building wall on which they are located. Fire escapes required by law or public agency regulation Uncovered stairs, ramps, stoops, or landings that service above first floor of building Depressed ramps or stairways and supporting structures designed to permit access to parts of buildings that are below average ground level No closer than 10 ft. of a street-facing property line or 5 ft. from an interior side or rear property line Basketball Rims and Backboards Decks, porches and stairs Less than 18 inches above ground elevation inches or more above ground elevation Ramps and similar structures that provide access for persons with disabilities Must be open on at least three sides. No closer than 7 ft. of a street-facing property line or 3 ft. of an interior property line. Reasonable accommodation will be made, consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act; see Chapter 17.53, Modifications and Waivers.
12 2 General Site Regulations Exceptions to Height Limits TABLE : ALLOWED PROJECTIONS ABOVE HEIGHT LIMITS Structures Allowed Above the Height Limit Maximum Coverage, Locational Restrictions Maximum Vertical Projection Above the Height Limit Skylights No limitation 1 foot Solar panels No limitation See Section Other energy production facilities located on rooftop such as wind turbines No limitation 5 feet - Chimneys - Decorative features such as domes, cupolas, pediments, obelisks, and monuments - Rooftop open space features such as sun decks, sunshade and windscreen devices, open trellises, and landscaping, excluding detached residential structures Elevator and stair towers (for multi-unit and nonresidential buildings only) 20% of roof area for all structures N/A 20% of base height limit or 10 feet 12 feet Mechanical equipment penthouses 60% of roof area 10 feet Flagpoles Must be setback at least to the height of the pole from all lot lines; only one per residential lot 10 feet Fire escapes, catwalks, and open railings required No restriction No restriction by law Religious facility architectural elements such as 20% of roof area No restriction spires, bell towers, and domes Parapets excluding detached residential structures N/A 4 feet - Distribution and transmission towers, lines, and poles - Water tanks - Windmills - Airway beacons - Building-mounted telecommunications facilities, antennas, and microwave equipment - Radio towers Athletic field lighting 20% of the area of the lot, or 20% of the roof area of all on-site structures, whichever is less; no limit if a primary use permitted in the District 10 feet as an accessory structure; none as a primary use Subject to provisions of Chapter 17.44, Telecommunications Facilities. A Conditional Use Permit is required for commercial communication towers that exceed the maximum permitted height of the Zoning District in which they are located. 60 feet
13 2 General Site Regulations Fences and Freestanding Walls Front, Street side setbacks Height limits Decorative features No chain-link fences in front and street side yards in R districts Recreational fencing Driveway and intersection visibility
14 2 General Site Regulations Non-residential Open Space Public gathering areas Rooftop open space Open, accessible, well-designed and shaded Residential Open Space Outdoor Living Area Minimum dimensions Usable and accessible Amounts required: set in zoning district regulations
15 2 General Site Regulations Outdoor Storage TABLE A: OPEN STORAGE REGULATIONS BY DISTRICT AND LOCATION Base Districts Permissibility of Open Storage Agricultural Permitted if associated with a permitted agricultural use, located outside of all required setbacks, and screened subject to the standards of this Section from adjacent residential properties and public rights-of-way. Residential, Commercial, and Office All storage must be within an enclosed building except as specified for accessory outdoor display (garden centers, plant nurseries, lumber supply areas for home centers), subject to screening standards and to review and approval of a Use Permit. Industrial Not permitted in front or street-facing side yards. Permitted in interior side and rear yards, or outside of required yards, subject to the standards of this Section. Public Facilities and Fleet/Truck Terminals Not permitted in front or street-facing side yards. Permitted in interior side and rear yards, or outside of required yards, subject to the standards of this Section.
16 2 General Site Regulations Right to Farm Covenants Disclosure covenants subdividers Disclosure before building permits, acknowledging potential nuisance Right to Research Covenants Similar to Right to Farm Disclosures of nuisances
17 2 General Site Regulations Screening and Buffer yards Mechanical equipment Loading docks and service areas Trash and refuse collection Parking areas Residential District boundaries Solar Installations May exceed height limits Maya be in side and rear setbacks Swimming pools and spas Refuse and recycling areas
18 2 General Site Regulations Truck Docks, Loading, and Service Areas Setback from Residential Districts Rear half of lot Screening required Underground utilities Visibility at Intersections and Driveways Anything missing?
19 3 Landscaping Chapter Sections
20 3 Landscaping All new development, except alterations and additions Areas to be landscaped defined Emphasis on water-efficient landscaping Landscape plans Alternative Compliance to allow for creative design Use of drought-tolerant or native vegetation Water efficiency Compatibility with uses and environment Findings required to approve variations from standards
21 3 Landscaping General Landscape Requirements Tree planting standards based on lot coverage Residential: 1/1,000 in SF; 1/ 2,000 in MF Commercial and Industrial: 1/200; 1/5,000 Shrubs and groundcover Permeable paving Turf limits Size and spacing standards; minimum dimensions Supplemental standards: composition, buffering, continuity and connections and enhancing architecture
22 3 Landscaping Perimeter Landscaping TABLE (A): REQUIRED LANDSCAPE BUFFERS Single Unit Multiple Unit Commercial Industrial Use Park or Open Residential Residential and Office Single Unit Type 1 Type Residential Multiple Unit Type 2 Type 2 Type Residential Commercial Type 2 Type Type 1 Office Type 2 Type 2 Type 2 - Type 2 Industrial Type 2 Type 2 Type 2 Type 2 - TABLE (B): BUFFER YARD REQUIREMENTS Trees: Understory (Mature height of less than 40 Buffer Yard Type Minimum Width (ft.) Trees: Canopy (Mature Height of 40 ft. or less) ft.) Large Shrubs: (Mature spread of 2 ft. or more) Type Type Small Shrubs: (Mature spread of less than 2 ft.)
23 3 Landscaping Parking Lot and Structure Landscaping 50 percent shade Landscape islands: minimum dimensions and plant requirements Medians Standards for plant materials: number and size One shade tree for every 8 spaces 10% - 36-inch box 60% - 24-inch box Anything missing?
24 4 Parking and Loading Chapter Sections
25 4 Parking and Loading Applicability: All new development and alterations and additions that increase parking need Existing parking to be maintained Nonconforming parking recognized, provided not reduced Unbundling required for multi-family residential projects Residential garage conversion allowed, per existing rules Stacked and valet parking allowed
26 4 Required Number of Spaces TABLE A.1: REQUIRED ON-SITE PARKING SPACES, MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT Land Use Required Parking Spaces Residential Studio and onebedroom units 1 space per unit One covered space must be provided for each Two or more bedrooms Non-Residential Office Retail Restaurant 1.5 spaces per unit 1 space per 450 square feet 1 space per 400 square feet 1 space per 250 square feet unit. One additional guest parking space must be provided for every 4 units for projects greater than 10 units. TABLE B: REQUIRED ON-SITE PARKING SPACES, SINGLE USE DEVELOPMENT Land Use Classification Required Parking Spaces Additional Regulations Residential Uses Single-Unit Residential 2 spaces per dwelling unit plus 1 space if the units contains 3,000 sq.ft. or more of floor area, excluding the garage 1 space Must be within a garage. Second Dwelling Unit Multi-unit Residential Studio 1 space per unit One covered space One- or two-bedroom 1.5 spaces per unit must be designated Three or more bedrooms 2 spaces per unit for each unit. One additional guest parking space must be provided for every 2 units. Family Day Care Small Large None in addition to what is required for the residential use. 1 per employee plus an area for loading and unloading children, on or off-site. (Required spaces and the residential driveway for the primary residential use may be counted toward meeting these requirements). Up to 25 percent reduction allowed for senior housing
27 4 Parking and Loading Parking Reductions Transportation Demand Management Projects up to 20% reduction Transit accessibility up to 20% reduction Shared parking up to 33% reduction Restaurants in Old Town no set limits Other reductions case-by-case Conditional Use Permit or other Commission Approval Parking In Lieu Fees As set by Council for prescribed areas Use of funds limited to transportation purposes
28 4 Parking and Loading Location of Required Parking Residential Districts: On same lot, not in required setbacks Except RV allowed in side yards if screened and do not exceed stated dimensions Non-residential Districts: On same lot, not in required setbacks unless Off-site facility approved by Director Parking agreement required Location limits based on walking distance
29 4 Parking and Loading Bicycle Parking Short-Term& Long-term Bicycle Parking: Minimum standard
30 4 Parking and Loading On-Site Loading Spaces required; location and dimensional standards TABLE A: REQUIRED LOADING SPACES Gross Floor Area (sq. ft.) Required Loading Spaces 0 6, ,000 30, ,001 90, , , , , , per each additional 100,000 square feet or portion thereof.
31 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Parking Stall Dimensions TABLE A(1): STANDARD PARKING STALL DIMENSIONS Angle of Stall Length Stall Width Stall Depth Aisle Width (ft.) Parking (ft.) (ft.) (ft.) Single Loaded Double Loaded (degrees) 1-way 2-way 1-way 2-way
32 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Vehicle Overhang
33 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Spaces Abutting Walls or Posts
34 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Separation from On-Site Buildings
35 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Parking Lot Landscaping
36 4 Parking and Loading Parking Area Design and Development Standards Protection of Vegetation
37 5 Key Issues/Next Steps
38 5 Commission Discussion Questions Additional site development regulations? Additional landscaping requirements? Sufficient flexibility in parking regulations? Reductions allowed Bicycle standards included Low impact development considerations
39 5 Next Steps Part 2: Remaining topics for General Plan implementation
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