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1 PUD Zoning Framework

2 PUD Zoning Framework Purpose Development Review Process Site Plan Review Process Planned Unit Developments (PUD) are tools for dealing with special situations or accomplishing certain zoning goals. The West Land Use Area Design Guidelines are intended to establish the basis for specific regulations and special design standards to facilitate growth and proper development of this planning area as identified by the Official Land Use and Master Plan for the West Land Use Area. The boundaries of each individual PUD Zoning shall be identified on the Official Zoning Map of the City as they are established. Procedures The owner or owners of any tract of land within the West Land Use Area may submit an official application to the City requesting a change to PUD zoning under the framework and standards of these guidelines. Said PUD zoning shall match and be consistent with the Official Land Use and Master Plan for the West Land Use Area. Any zoning request that proposes deviations from or changes to the Land Uses and/or street layout of the Official Land Use and Master Plan shall further submit an official application for an amendment to the Official Land Use and Master Plan and shall include a revised Land Use and Master Plan for an impacted area as determined by the City. The application requirements, fees, and procedures for PUD zoning and amendment to the Official Land Use and Master Plan for the West Land Use Area, if applicable, shall follow the procedures and requirements as outlined in these Design Guidelines and as found elsewhere in City Code, Official City Policy, and as otherwise determined by the City. All properties within the West Land Use Area shall be zoned by PUD consistent with the framework and guidelines contained herein. Zoning and street layout shall match and be consistent with the Official Land Use and Master Plan. All development within this Overlay Zoning District shall comply with and follow the standards and procedures as set forth in these Design Guidelines as adopted or amended by the City Council. In the absence of a particular regulation or standard, the relevant section of City Code shall apply. Pre-Application Conference The developer or designee for any proposed development project, subdivision, new construction, PUD zoning, rezoning, or land use plan amendment shall request and attend a pre-application conference with the City Zoning Administrator prior to submitting any applications or permits for development, rezoning, or amendment. Submittal Requirements Site Plans All development projects and new construction, except for the construction of a detached single family residential dwelling located on its own lot of record, shall follow the Site Plan Review procedures as outlined in the City Zoning Code and the Site Plan Checklist unless they are subject to a Provisional Use Permit, Conditional Use Permit or Special Exception Use Permit. No Site Plan shall be approved that is not in conformance with these Design Guidelines as determined by the Zoning Administrator. The applicant may appeal a decision by the Zoning Administrator on their application to the Board of Adjustment. Building Design Review As part of the Site Plan Review process or as otherwise part of the building permit process, the developer of any proposed buildings, building additions, or building exterior modifications shall submit to the Zoning Administrator scaled building elevations for all sides of the building that detail all exterior building materials and colors. Unless as otherwise determined by the Zoning Administrator, the elevation drawings shall be a minimum 11 by 17 format, have a defined scale and include massing dimensions and callouts or labels for all of the proposed exterior building materials. At the request of the Zoning Administrator, or Planning and Zoning Commission if applicable, the applicant shall provide color elevations or color perspectives and material and color samples for any or all of the exterior building materials. No Site Plan shall be approved and/or no building permit shall be issued unless the proposed building, building addition, or building exterior modification is in conformance with these Design Guidelines as determined by the Zoning Administrator. Platting Any proposed subdivision or platting of land within the West Land Use Area shall follow the platting and subdivision procedures as outlined in the City Subdivision Regulations. The subdivision process may occur concurrently with the related Site Plan Review process. PUD Zonings, Amendments and Rezonings All requested rezonings and/or amendments to the Land Use Plan or to these Design Guidelines shall follow the Amendment Procedures as outlined in the Zoning Code. YES YES PRE-APPLICATION CONFERENCE DETERMINED COMPLETE APPLICATION CITY REVIEW DETERMINED COMPLETE? APPLICATION MEETS ALL CITY CODES AND DESIGN STANDARDS? NO REVISE APPLICATION AND RESUBMIT NO APPLICATION IS APPROVED APPLICATION IS DENIED SUBMIT APPEAL TO BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT Figure 13: Site Plan Review Process 17 PUD Zoning Framework

3 General Site Planning and Building Placement Guidelines Building and Lot Setbacks and Building Height Regulations Depending on the zoning district, minimum and/or maximum building setbacks are established to promote a dynamic streetscape, provide for efficient site layout and circulation, as well as building visibility. Building setbacks are measured from the foundation or wall face but do allow for up to a two (2) foot encroachment of a roof overhang or minor wall or window projection, but in no case shall the roof overhang or projection extend beyond the property line. Front yard setbacks are measured from the public street right-of-way lines and/or the back-of-curb of private streets. Densities and Building Floor Area Ratios A floor area ratio (FAR) is defined as the ratio of a building s total floor area to the size of the parcel of land upon which it is built. A site with a building that has a gross floor area of 100,000 sq. ft. on a lot that is 500,000 sq. ft. in area has a FAR of 0.2. Maximum floor area ratios are established for each office, commercial and industrial zoning district to ensure that an area is not developed beyond the capacity of the anticipated street network, sanitary sewer system, and water service. The maximum residential building densities are established for each of the residential zoning districts through a number set as the maximum number of dwelling units per permitted per gross acre. Gross acre includes all public street rights-of-way and land set aside or dedicated for public and private easements. The maximum floor area ratios for the West Land Use Area may be higher than typical in an attempt to promote greater densities as envisioned for the district. The residential densities are consistent with the densities envisioned in the adopted Community Plan. Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 18

4 WLUA Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Low Density Residential Relevant Zoning Districts: R-1 - Detached single family dwellings - Public parks, open spaces and recreational facilities. All Permitted, Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses as defined for the R-1 Single Family Residential Zoning District. Platting Requirement Each dwelling unit must be located within its own platted lot that has frontage along a public street right-of-way or private street lot. Each dwelling constructed shall have no less than a 2 car garage that is a minimum 22 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. The garage may be either part of or detached from the principal structure. Figure 14: Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Setback Perspective Figure 15: Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Setback Perspective 6 ft. 10 ft. 5 ft. side and rear yards and located to the rear of the principal structure 40 ft. Accessory Structure Max Height Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR Maximum DU / AC 6 8,000 sq. ft. 80 ft. Detached SF Residential Figure 16: Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Setback Plan Figure 17: Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Setback Plan 19 PUD Zoning Framework

5 WLUA Detached Small Lot Single Family Residential Low Density Residential Relevant Zoning Districts: R-1(B) - Detached single family dwellings - Public parks, open spaces and recreational facilities All Permitted Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses as defined for the R-1(B) Single Family Residential Zoning District. Each dwelling unit must be located within its own platted lot that has frontage along a public street right-of-way or private street lot or easement. Each dwelling constructed shall have no less than a 2 car garage that is a minimum 22 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. The garage may be either part of or detached from the principal structure. Figure 18: Detached Small Lot Single Family Residential Setback Perspective Figure 19: Detached Traditional Single Family Residential Setback Perspective (35 ft. from garage facing street) 6 ft. 10 ft. 5 ft. side and rear yards and located to the rear of the principal structure 40 ft. Accessory Structure Maximum Height Minimum % Open Space 25% Maximum FAR Maximum DU / AC 10 5, ft Horizontally Detached SF Residential Figure 20: Detached Small Lot Single Family Residential Setback Plan Figure 21: Detached Small Lot Single Family Residential Setback Plan Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 20

6 WLUA Attached Single Family Residential Medium and High Density Residential Relevant Zoning Districts: R-2, R-3 - Detached single family dwellings - Attached single family dwellings that are horizontally attached (townhomes and rowhouses). No units may be vertically attached. Maximum of 8 units per building. - Public parks, open spaces and recreational facilities. All Permitted Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses as defined for the R-2 Two- Family Residential Zoning District and the R-3 Mixed Housing Residential District. Each dwelling constructed shall have no less than a 2 car garage that is a minimum 22 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. The garage must be part of and attached to the principal structure. Figure 22: Attached Single Family Residential Setback Perspective Figure 23: Attached Single Family Residential Setback Perspective (35 ft. from garage facing street) 6 ft. 25 ft. 12 ft. side to side back to back or back to side 10 ft. 5 ft. side and rear yards and located to the rear of the principal structure 40 ft. Accessory Structure Maximum Height Minimum % Open Space 25% Maximum FAR Maximum DU / AC 10 Horizontally Attached SF Residential Figure 24: Attached Single Family Residential Setback Plan Figure 25: Attached Single Family Residential Setback Plan 21 PUD Zoning Framework

7 WLUA Medium Density Multi-Family Residential Medium and High Density Residential Relevant Zoning Districts: R-2, R-3, R-4 - Attached single family dwellings that are horizontally attached (townhomes, rowhouses) and multi-family dwellings vertically attached (apartments). - Maximum of 54 units per building. - Public parks, open spaces and recreational facilities. All Permitted Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses as defined for the R-4 Multi- Family Residential Zoning District. Horizontally attached dwellings (townhomes and rowhouses) shall have no less than 2 parking spaces of which 1 shall be an enclosed parking space that is a minimum 10 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. The garage must be part of and attached to the principal structure. A tandem parking space within a driveway leading to a garage may be counted towards the non-enclosed parking space requirement. Vertically Attached Dwellings (apartments and condominiums) - Each vertically attached dwelling constructed shall have no less than 2.25 parking spaces of which 1 shall be an enclosed underbuilding/in-building parking space that is a minimum 10 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. Detached garages are prohibited. 30 min. 12 ft. side to side for townhome/ rowhouse units, otherwise 10 ft 15 ft side and rear yards and located to the rear of all principal structures 4 stories above ground Accessory Structure Maximum Height Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR Maximum DU / AC 16 Vertically and/or horizontally MF attached residential Figure 27: Medium Density Multi-Family Residential Setback Precedent Figure 26: Medium Density Multi-Family Residential Setback Plan Figure 28: Multi-Family Residential - Attached Accessory Garages NOT PERMITTED Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 22

8 WLUA High Density Multi-Family Residential High Density Residential (partially compatible with Medium Density Residential) Relevant Zoning Districts: R-3 and R-4 - Attached single family dwellings that are horizontally attached (townhomes and rowhouses). No units may be vertically attached. Maximum of 13 units per building. - Multi-family dwellings vertically attached. Maximum of 54 units per building. - Public parks, open spaces and recreational facilities. Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses: All Provisional, Conditional, and Special Exception Uses as defined for the R-4 Multi-Family Residential Zoning District. Horizontally Attached Dwellings (townhomes and rowhouses) - Each dwelling unit shall have no less than 2 parking spaces of which 1 shall be an enclosed parking space that is a minimum 10 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. The garage must be part of and attached to the principal structure. A tandem parking space within a driveway leading to a garage may be counted towards the nonenclosed parking space requirement. Vertically Attached Dwellings (apartments and condominiums) - Each vertically attached dwelling constructed shall have no less than 2.25 parking spaces of which 1 shall be an enclosed underbuilding/in-building parking space that is a minimum 10 feet in width and 20 feet in depth. Detached garages are prohibited. 30 min. 10 ft. 10 ft. 15 ft side and rear yards and located to the rear of all principal structures 3 stories minimum 5 stories maximum Accessory Structure Maximum Height Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR Maximum DU / AC 20 Horizontally Attached MF Residential Figure 30: High Density Multi-Family Residential Precedent Figure 29: High Density Multi-Family Residential Setback Plan Figure 31: Multi-Family Residential - Attached Accessory Garages NOT PERMITTED 23 PUD Zoning Framework

9 WLUA Neighborhood Commercial Neighborhood Commercial Relevant Zoning Districts: C-1 All permitted, provisional, conditional and special exception uses as defined for the C-1 convenience commercial zoning district. The hours of operation for all commercial uses shall be limited to 6:00 AM through 10:30 PM. See Table 1 of On and Off Street Section. minimum 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 25 ft. 25 ft. 28 ft. minimum 36 ft. maximum Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.25 Maximum DU / AC Figure 32: Neighborhood Commercial Setback Plan Figure 33: Neighborhood Commercial Precedent Figure 34: Neighborhood Commercial Precedent Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 24

10 WLUA Corridor Commercial Corridor Commercial Relevant Zoning Districts: C-1, C-2 All permitted, provisional, conditional and special exception uses as defined for the C-2 Arterial Commercial Zoning District, except for the provisional uses listed in subsections C, D and E. See Table 1 of On and Off Street Section. 30 minimum 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 28 ft. minimum 36 ft. maximum Minimum % Open Space 25% Maximum FAR 0.3 Maximum DU / AC Figure 35: Corridor Commercial Setback Plan Figure 36: Corridor Commercial Precedent 25 PUD Zoning Framework

11 WLUA Regional Commercial Regional Commercial Relevant Zoning Districts: C-1, C-2, C-3 All permitted, provisional, conditional and special exception uses as defined for the C-3 General Commercial Zoning District. See Table 1 of On and Off Street Section. 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 28 ft. minimum Additional 10 ft. of building setback shall be provided for every 12 ft. of building height above 28 ft. Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.3 Maximum DU / AC Figure 37: Regional Commercial Setback Plan Figure 38: Regional Commercial Precedent Figure 39: Regional Commercial Precedent Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 26

12 WLUA Mixed Use Mixed Use Relevant Zoning Districts: R-3, C-2, C-3 -- Multi-family dwellings vertically attached. -- Retail businesses and service establishments such as: Retail sales stores including department stores, drug stores, bakeries and grocery stores (outdoor storage is prohibited but limited outdoor display may be permitted as part of the site plan approval process). Personal service businesses such as hair and beauty salons, dry-cleaners and launderettes, shoe and watch repair shops. Restaurants and Coffee Shops: Dine-in, Carry-out, and Drive-thrus or outdoor seating areas require approval of a conditional use permit. Restaurant and coffee shops must be part of a multi-tenant building. Stand-alone restaurants and coffee shops are prohibited. Bars, cocktail lounges, taverns, and saloons part of a multi-tenant building. Outdoor seating areas may be permitted as part of the site plan approval process. - Office uses such as: Medical clinics, group medical centers, or the office of a doctor, dentist, osteopath, or similar profession. Business and Professional offices including the following: law, engineering, real estate, insurance, banks, financial services, and similar uses. -- Places of assembly such as churches, other places of worship, public and private schools, civic uses, and fraternal lodges. -- Hotels and motels and extended stay suites. 12 minimum 16 maximum 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 3 stories minimum Additional 10 ft. of building setback from the rear and side yard setbacks shall be provided for every 12 ft. of building height above 36 ft. Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.6 Maximum DU / AC 30 Figure 41: Mixed Use Precedent Prohibited Uses - Auto oriented uses, including convenience stores, gas stations, repair shops, car washes, body repair and paint shops, and sales lots are prohibited. Liquor stores and tobacco shops are prohibited. Truck stops and campgrounds are prohibited. - Delayed deposit services businesses, i.e., check cashing, payday lending, and car title loan establishments, are prohibited. 1 off street parking space for each 250 sq. ft. of gross floor area office/retail. 2 enclosed underbuilding/in-building parking spaces that are a minimum 10 feet in width and 20 feet in depth for each dwelling unit. (Additional parking may be required for more intense uses such as restaurants. requirements for all other uses shall follow City Code. Credit for shared parking between uses with different peak use time periods may be allowed.) Figure 40: Mixed Use Setback Plan Figure 42: Mixed Use Precedent 27 PUD Zoning Framework

13 WLUA Office Corporate Campus and Professional Office Relevant Zoning Districts: I-1 All permitted, provisional, conditional and special exception uses as defined for the I-1 Research/ Office Industrial Zoning District. 1 off street parking space for each 200 sq. ft. of gross floor area office. ( requirements for all other uses shall follow City Code. Credit for shared parking between uses with different peak use time periods may be allowed). 30 minimum 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially or industrially zoned property 3 stories minimum Additional 10 ft. of building setback from the rear and side yard setbacks shall be provided for every 12 ft. of building height above 36 ft. Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.3 Maximum DU / AC 30 Figure 44: Office Precedent Figure 43: Office Setback Plan Figure 45: Office Precedent Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 28

14 WLUA Industrial Industrial Relevant Zoning Districts: I-1, I-2 All provisional, permitted, conditional, and special exception uses as defined for the I-2 Light Industrial Zoning District. 1 off street parking space for each 200 sq. ft. of gross floor area office. ( requirements for all other uses shall follow City Code. Credit for shared parking between uses with different peak use time periods may be allowed.) 25 ft. minimum 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property 15 ft. if adjoining a commercially zoned property Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.5 Maximum DU / AC 30 10,000 sq. ft. 75 ft. Figure 47: Industrial Precedent Figure 46: Industrial Setback Plan Figure 48: Industrial Precedent 29 PUD Zoning Framework

15 WLUA Public, Semi-Public and Parks Public/Semi-Public and Parks (partially compatible in all Land Use designations) Relevant Zoning Districts: R-1 Public parks and non-commercial recreational uses, and all civic uses. requirements shall follow City Code. Credit for shared parking between uses with different peak use time periods may be allowed. Figure 49: Public, Semi-Public and Parks Precedent Figure 50: Public, Semi-Public and Parks Precedent 25 minimum 25 minimum 25 minimum 35 ft. Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.25 Maximum DU / AC 30 Figure 51: Public, Semi-Public and Parks Precedent Figure 52: Public, Semi-Public and Parks Precedent Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 30

16 WLUA Open Space Compatibility Open Space (partially compatible in all Land Use designations) Relevant Zoning Districts: R-0 All permitted, provisional, conditional and special exception as defined for the R-0 Estate Residential Zoning District. requirements shall follow City Code. 35 ft. minimum 15 ft. 35 ft. 35 ft. Minimum % Open Space Maximum FAR 0.5 Maximum DU / AC PUD Zoning Framework

17 File Location: S:\Confluence IOWA Projects\2014\ Coralville NW Planning\##### - AutoCAD\Graphic Secti 01 File Location: S:\Confluence IOWA Projects\2014\ Coralville NW Planning\##### - AutoCAD\Graphic Sections\STREET CROSS SECTIONS / Drawn by: XX / Checked by: XX Typical Street Sections MULTILINE TITLE 01 MULTILINE TITLE 5' WIDE WALK, TYP. REQUIRED TREE 5' WIDE WALK, TYP. REQUIRED TREE 30'-0" BUILDING SETBACK 1'-0" TYP. 30'-0" BUILDING SETBACK Single Family Residential - Local Street Section 5'-0" MIN. 11'-0" 60'-0" 26'-0" 30'-0" BUILDING SETBACK Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 32 5'-0" MIN. 11'-0" Single-Family Residential Single Family Residential - Collector Street Section 1'-0" TYP. 5'-0" MIN. 10'-0" 66'-0" 29'-0" 10'-0" MIN. 10'-0" 1'-0" TYP. REQUIRED STREET TREES REQUIRED TREE Figure 53: Single Family Residential - Local Street Section 32'-6" BUILDING SETBACK 1'-0" TYP. REQUIRED STREET TREES REQUIRED TREE Figure 54: Single Family Residential - Collector Street Section SCALE: 1"=20' 0' 10' SCALE: 1"=20' 0' 20' 40' 10' 20' 40' PROJECT NA ARC CO ADDR ADDR PH: X CONT CIVI CO ADDR ADDR PH: X CONT STR CO ADDR ADDR PH: X CONT REVISION ISSUE DATE CO 900 SUI CED PH: ISSU SD, D NO CONS COPYRIGHT 2015 BY CONF ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS INSTRUMENT OF SERVICE BY FOR USE ON THIS PROJECT O DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATIO PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT O PROHIBITED. LAY CONFLUENCE PRO L3 ISSUE ---- COPYRI ALL RIG INSTRUM FOR USE DISCLOS PRIOR W PROHIB CONF

18 16'-0" MAX. BUILDING SETBACK Mixed Use Street Section 85'-0" R.O.W. 12'-0" MIN. BUILDING SETBACK 42'-6" 42'-6" 10'-0" 18'-0" 60 ANGLED PARKING 29'-0" 18'-0" 60 ANGLED PARKING 10'-0" REQUIRED STREET TREES Figure 55: Mixed Use Street Section 33 PUD Zoning Framework

19 30'-0" MIN. SETBACK Arterial Street Section VARIES, TYPICALLY 100'-0" or 120'-0" R.O.W. 30'-0" MIN. SETBACK VARIES POTENTIAL LANE VARIES POTENTIAL LANE VARIES 5'-0" 6'-0" REQUIRED STREET TREES 5'-0" 10'-0" 1'-0" TYP. 1'-0" TYP. Figure 56: Aterial Street Section Coralville West Land Use Area Master Plan - February 2016 PUD Zoning Framework 34

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