1 0 FORM-BASED CODE FOR OAK CLIFF GATEWAY SPECIAL PURPOSE DISTRICT FINAL FINAL DRAFT MARCH 27, 2012
2 1 DIVISION.100 GENERAL PROVISIONS. SEC..101 LEGISLATIVE HISTORY (To be provided by City Staff) SEC..102 PROPERTY LOCATION AND SIZE The Oak Cliff Gateway Special Purpose District is established on property generally bounded by Interstate 30, the Levee on the east side of the Trinity River, Interstate 35E, Marsalis Avenue, Eighth Street and an irregular line running north along Zang and Beckley to Interstate 30 and containing approximately 900 acres. SEC..103 PURPOSE The purpose of the form based code for the Oak Cliff Gateway Special Purpose District is to create walkable urban neighborhoods where higher density mixed uses and mixed housing types promote less dependence on the automobile. The code is also intended to enhance the stability of existing single-family neighborhoods within and adjacent to the district and to transition successfully from higher density developments to these existing neighborhoods. SEC..104 APPLICABILITY The following provisions in Chapter 51A apply to this code: (1) Article I, General Provisions. (2) Article II, Interpretations and Definitions. (3) Article III, Decision-making and Administrative Bodies. (4) The following provisions of Article IV, Zoning Regulations. Section 51A-4.101, New Zoning Districts Established. Section 51A-4.103, Zoning District Map. Section 51A-4.104, Zoning District Boundaries. (D) Section 51A-4.105, Interpretation of District Regulations. (E) Portions of Sections 51A through 51A of Division 51A-4.200, Use Regulations, as follows: (i) (ii) In the Neighborhood Infill (NI) district, the use definitions, parking requirements and additional provisions apply. In the WMU and WR districts, only the use of definitions and additional provisions apply. (F) Section 51A-4.218, Limited Uses. (G) Section 51A-4.219, Specific Use Permit (SUP). (H) Section 51A-4.220, Classification of New Uses. (I) (J) Section 51A-4.221, Sexually Oriented Businesses. In the Neighborhood Infill (NI) district, the residential parking design standards of Division 51A-4.300, Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations.
3 2 (K) In all districts, the following provisions of Division 51A-4.300, Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations : (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Section 51A-4.301(d), Construction and Maintenance Provisions for Off-Street Parking. Section 51A-4.301(e), Lighting Provisions for Off-Street Parking except as modified in Section Section 51A-4.301(h), Residential Alley Access Restrictions for Nonresidential Uses. Section 51A-4.304(d), Off-Street Stacking Space Regulations. Section 51A-4.305, Handicapped Parking Regulations. (L) Section 51A-4.411, Shared Access Development. (M) Section 51A-4.412, Residential Proximity Slope. (N) Section 51A-4.501, Historic Overlay District. (O) Section 51A-4.503, D and D-1 Liquor Control Overlay Districts. (P) Division 51A-4.600, Regulations of Special Applicability, except that the fence height special exception in Section..602(a)(6) and the design standards in Section..605 do not apply. (Q) Division 51A-4.700, Zoning Procedures, except that Paragraph (1) of Section 51A (c), Nonconforming Structures, is replaced by the following text: Except as provided in Subsection 51A-4.704(c)(2), a person may renovate, remodel, repair, rebuild, or enlarge a nonconforming structure if the work does not cause the structure to become more nonconforming as to building placement, building height, building façade, garage placement, open space, or landscaping regulations. (5) Article V, Flood Plain and Escarpment Zone Regulations. (6) Article VI, Environmental Performance Standards. (7) Article VII, Sign Regulations, except as modified in this code (8) Article VIII, Plat Regulations, except that Section 51A-8.604(c), Minor Street Criteria, does not apply. (9) Article IX, Thoroughfares (10) Article X, Landscape and Tree Preservation Regulations, except for Section 51A , Sections 51A (a), (b)(1), (2), (3) and (5) through (7), and Section 51A (11) Article XI, Development Incentives. (12) Article XII, Gas Drilling and Production. (13) Any provision of Chapter 51A specifically stated as applying to this article.
4 3 SEC..105 CONFLICTS (a) (b) If there is a conflict between this code and a provision in another article of Chapter 51, this article controls. If there is a conflict between a chart or illustration in this ordinance and the text of this ordinance, the text of this ordinance controls.
5 4 DIVISION.200 DEFINITIONS. SEC..201 DEFINED TERMS In this article, unless the context requires otherwise: (1) ACTIVE USE means a use allowed in the applicable district other than parking. (2) ATTIC STORY means habitable or uninhabitable space within a building situated within the structure of a pitched roof and above the uppermost regular story. (3) BLANK WALL AREA means any portion of the exterior of a building that does not include a material change, windows or doors, or columns, pilasters, or other articulation greater than 12 inches in depth. Blank wall area is measured horizontally on each story. (4) COMMUNITY GARDEN means the use of a privately owned lot or lots for the purpose of growing flowers, fruits and/or vegetables that may be distributed cooperatively or sold to the general public. The area of a community garden may not exceed 10,000 SF. (5) DISTRICT PARKING SPACE means a parking space in a parking management overlay (6) DOOR YARD means the area between the edge of the sidewalk furthest from the street and the front building façade. (7) DROP-IN DAYCARE CENTER means a facility providing child care for children, none of whom are related to the primary caregiver, for short periods of time. An individual child may receive care in excess of four hours per day, but may not receive care in excess of a total of 20 hours per week. (8) GROUND STORY means the story closest to and above grade along the street. (9) GROUND STORY STREET-ACTIVATING USES means the following use categories: child care facility, community service center, library, art gallery or museum, hotel, financial institution, medical clinic, office, visual or performing arts studio, the lobby of a multi-family residential use, individual residential units which have street-facing entries, and all retail and personal service uses. (10) HALF (1/2) STORY means an attic story. (11) HARDSCAPE means paving with concrete, stamped concrete, pavers, or other similar materials, including permeable materials approved by the building official. (12) LEGACY BUILDING means a building on a lot with frontage on Colorado, Zang, Beckley, Marsalis, Jefferson, Eighth or Ballard, and that satisfies the criteria of Sec Legacy Buildings. (13) LIVE-WORK UNIT means a single occupancy in which the operator of a business enterprise both has their place of residence, and conducts a retail, office or personal services business which is open to the general public. (14) MIXED-USE PROJECT means a development on one building site with a combination of residential, civic, place of worship, office retail, service and entertainment, commerce, or fabrication uses. (15) PRIMARY STREET means the principal frontage for a building site, as defined during site plan review. Any street designated with a SH overlay is a primary street.
6 5 (16) RETAIL-RELATED USES means any of the following uses: A. Antique shop B. Art gallery C. Dry cleaning or laundry store D. General merchandise or food store E. Nursery garden shop or plant shop F. Personal service uses G. Live-work (17) SERVICE STREET means a service street designated on a site plan. (18) SIDE STREET means a frontage that is not a primary street, as defined during site plan review. (19) SITE PLAN means a site plan as required in Section..703, Site Plan Review (20) STREET FRONTAGE means that portion of a building that must be located within the required setback area, expressed as a percentage of building façade width (21) STREETSCAPE means the area between back of curb and the face of a building, including the planting zone, sidewalk, and door yard. (22) TRANSPARENCY means the total area of window and door opening filled with glass, expressed as percentage of the total façade area by story. (23) UPPER STORY means any story above the ground story. (24) VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO (less than 6,000 SF) means a facility for individual or group instruction in visual or performing arts, such as painting, sculpture, ceramics, piano, guitar, or dance with interior square footage not to exceed 6,000 SF in building area.
7 6 SEC..301 SUB DISTRICTS ESTABLISHED. This district is to be known as the Oak Cliff Gateway Special Purpose District and is divided into five subdistricts as described in Exhibit of Ordinance No. as amended as shown on the map labeled Exhibit. Walkable Urban Mixed Use (WMU-3, WMU-8 and WMU-20). (1) The Walkable Urban Mixed Use (WMU) districts are intended to accommodate a mix of compatible uses in close proximity to one another in a pedestrian-friendly environment. (2) The WMU districts are divided into three intensities: low (WMU-3); medium (WMU-8); and high (WMU-20). Walkable Urban Residential (WUR). (1) The Walkable Urban Residential (WUR) district is intended to create residential neighborhoods with mixed housing options in a pedestrian-friendly environment to transition from the NI district and/or adjacent single-family neighborhoods to the WMU districts. Walkable Urban Residential-East Kessler Overlay (WUR-EK). (1) Special regulations apply to Lot 10B and the portion of Lot 10A within sixty (60) feet of Handley Drive in Dallas city block A/3778. (D) Neighborthood Infill (NI). (1) The Neighborhood Infill (NI) district provides single-family and duplex living intended to promote reinvestment in and stabilization of existing residential neighborhoods. (E) Shopfront Overlay (WMU-3-SH). (1) The Shopfront (-SH) overlay is intended to create pedestrian shopping streets through the designation of specific street frontages with development types that support active uses. (2) The SH overlay is to be applied over the WMU-3 district (3) Where a SH overlay designation has been applied to the WMU-3 district, the standards apply to at least the first 30 feet of the building measured inward from the street-facing façade. (4) Any street designated with a SH overlay is a primary street. (5) The boundaries of a SH overlay are not required to follow lot lines or match parcel boundaries. SEC..302 USES. General Provisions. (1) Allowed Uses. No certificate of occupancy may be issued for a use in a NI, WUR or WMU district that is not allowed by this section. Existing nonconforming uses may continue in accordance with Section 51A
8 7 (2) Use Categories. In order to regulate uses more efficiently, categories of uses have been established. Use categories provide a systematic basis for assigning land uses to appropriate development types. Use categories classify land uses and activities based on common functional, product, or physical characteristics. Characteristics include the type and amount of activity, the type of customers or residents, how goods or services are sold or delivered, likely impact on surrounding properties, and site conditions. (3) Principal Uses. Principal uses are grouped into categories of uses. Permitted uses are shown in the Use Chart. (4) Transitional Uses. Transitional uses are intended to provide an opportunity for owners in a form district to make appropriate use of their property during the interim period as the district develops. A property which is operating a use under an existing Certificate of Occupancy issued by the City of Dallas as of (date) shall be considered a Transitional Use. Unlike a legal non-conforming use, these transitional uses may be expanded in height by one additional story and by no more than 25% of additional floor area providing such expansion is otherwise in compliance with all the regulations of this ordinance. (5) Accessory Uses. Except as provided below, accessory uses are allowed in conjunction with a permitted principal use in accordance with Section 51A A use may be classified as an accessory use if the building official determines that the use is customarily incidental to a main use and otherwise complies with this section. Except as otherwise provided in this article or in Article IV, accessory uses are subject to the following area restrictions. (i) (ii) (iii) If the use is conducted outside, it may not occupy more than five percent of the area of the lot containing the main use. If the use is conducted inside, it may not occupy more than five percent of the floor area of the main use. Any use that exceeds these area restrictions is considered to be a separate main use. (D) Pedestrian sky bridges are permitted in the WMU-20 subdistrict only, and an SUP is required. (E) Wind turbines and other integrated renewable energy systems are permitted in these districts. (6) Building Official Responsibility. The building official is responsible for categorizing all uses. If a proposed use is not listed in a use category, but is similar to a listed use, the building official shall place the proposed use under that use category. When determining whether a proposed use is similar to a listed use the building official shall consider the following criteria:
9 8 (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) The nature of the use and whether the use involves dwelling activity, sales, or processing; The type of product sold or produced under the use; Whether the use has enclosed or open storage and the amount and nature of the storage; Anticipated employment; Transportation requirements; The nature and time of occupancy and operation of the premises; The off-street parking and loading demands; The amount of noise, odor, fumes, dust, toxic material and vibration likely to be generated; The requirements for public utilities such as sanitary sewer and water. (7) Additional Use Regulations. Except as otherwise provided in this article, the additional provisions in the Division 51A for a specific use apply to that use under this ordinance. Main Uses Permitted. The use chart identifies the uses allowed by right, the uses requiring a specific use permit, and uses that are not allowed. The use chart key is set forth below. Permitted. ( ) Indicates that the use is allowed by right in that district. Specific Use Permit. ( ) Indicates that a use is permitted in that district only in accordance with Section 51A , Specific Use Permit (SUP). Blank Cell. A blank cell indicates that use is not permitted in that district.
10 9 Main Uses Permitted. (a) In each of the sub-districts only the following main uses are permitted as listed in the chart below. Neighborhood Infill (NI) WUR WUR-EK WMU-3-SH WMU-8 WMU-20 Commercial and business service uses Catering service Custom business service Medical or scientific laboratory Technical School Institutional and community services uses Adult day care facility Child care facility Church College, university or seminary Community garden Community service center Convalescent and nursing homes, hospice care and related institutions (RAR) Hospital Library, art gallery or museum Open enrollment charter school or private school Public school (RAR) Lodging uses Bed and breakfast Extended stay hotel (5) Hotel (RAR) (5) Office uses Ambulatory surgical center Financial institution without drive-in window Financial institution with drive-in window (DIR) (4) Medical clinic Office Visual or performing art studio (less than 6,000 SF) Recreational uses Private recreation center, club or area Public park or playground Residential Uses (1) Multi-family (2,3) Residential hotel Retirement housing Duplex (2,3) Single family Live/work unit
11 10 Neighborhood Infill (NI) WUR WUR-EK WMU-3-SH WMU-8 WMU-20 Retail and personal service uses Alcoholic beverage establishments Commercial parking garage (RAR) Dry cleaning or laundry store Furniture store (6) General merchandise or food store 3,500 SF or less General merchandise or food store greater than 3,500 SF General merchandise or food store greater than 100,000 SF Mobile food establishment Motor vehicle fueling station Nursery, garden shop or plant sales Personal service uses Restaurant with drive in or drive thru service Restaurant without drive in or drive thru service Temporary retail use Theater Transportation uses Helistop Transit passenger shelter Utility and public service uses Commercial radio or television transmitting station Electrical substation Local utilities (RAR) Police or fire station Post office Tower/antenna for cellular communication Utility or government installation other than listed Wholesale, distribution and storage uses Recycling drop off container 1 Only permitted as part of a mixed use building in the WMU-3-SH district. 2 In the NI sub district single family is the only permitted residential use of the following lots: (i) Lots that were vacant on March 12, 1997 (ii)lots on which structures are removed, demolished or destroyed by the intentional act of the owner or his agent 3 In the NI sub district, the number of dwelling units on a lot may not be increased. If the number of dwelling units on a lot is reduced the lot is thereafter limited to the lesser number of dwelling units. The limitations in this note do not apply to structures mapped as contributing structures in HD-84, all of which shall be allowed to operate as dwelling units. However, the number of dwelling units on any lot with a contributing structure may not exceed 4. 4 A financial institution with a drive in facility is limited to a maximum of 3 lanes (including an ATM lane) anywhere in the District. 5 Extended stay hotel and hotel are limited to guest rooms with entry from an interior corridor only. 6 General merchandise or food store 3,500 SF or less may not sell alcoholic beverages for off premise consumption in the WUR district.
12 11 SEC..303 BUILDING HEIGHT Maximum District Height (1) Height within a WMU, WUR, or NI district cannot exceed the maximum height limit below (in feet or stories), except as otherwise provided in this section. District Height in Stories (max) Height in Feet (max) NI, WUR-EK 2 ½ 35 WMU-3, WUR 3 ½ 50 WMU WMU (2) See the notes in the Form Standards Table in Section..305 for allowable height increase in WMU-8 and WMU-20. Measurement of Height. (1) Except as provided in this paragraph, height is measured as defined in Section 51A-2.102, Definitions. (2) An attic story is considered a half-story and counts toward the calculation of maximum number of stories. (3) A basement is not considered a story. (4) If a ground story is more than five feet above grade, the space below that floor counts as an additional story. Story Height. (1) Story height is measured from the top of the finished floor to the top of the finished floor above or, if there is no floor above, to the midpoint of the vertical dimension of the roof. (2) Minimum ground story height requirements apply to the first 30 feet of the building measured inward from the street-facing façade. (D) Height Exceptions. (1) Structures accessory to utility, public service, and institutional uses may be erected to any height consistent with FAA airspace limitations, airport flight overlay district regulations, residential proximity slope height restrictions, and the building code, except that local utility and transmission and distribution lines and supporting structures are exempt from residential proximity slope height restrictions. (2) The following accessory structures may exceed the district height limits of this section provided they do not exceed the maximum district height by more than 12 feet: Amateur communications tower. Cooling tower. Clerestory. (D) Chimney and vent stack.
13 12 (E) Elevator penthouse or bulkhead. (F) Flagpoles. (G) Mechanical equipment room. (H) Ornamental cupola or dome. (I) (J) Parapet wall, limited to a height of four feet. Stairway access to roof. (K) Roof top deck. (L) Skylights. (M) Spires and belfries. (N) Solar panels. (O) Tank designed to hold liquids. (P) Visual screens surrounding roof-mounted mechanical equipment. (Q) Wind turbines and other integrated renewable energy systems.. (E) Residential Proximity Slope. (1) Except as provided in this subsection, no portion of a building or structure of 26 feet in height may be located above the residential proximity slope as established in Section 51A (2) Form districts are not sites of origination in the application of the residential proximity slope regulations of section 51A (F) Tower Footprint Size Limitations. (1) Any building located within the portion of the WMU-20 subdistrict north of Greenbriar Lane or east of Marsalis Avenue and north of Colorado Boulevard, and erected to exceed 125 feet in height, is limited to a maximum footprint of 16,000 SF per floor only for that portion of the building over 125 feet in height. (2) The purpose of this regulation is to protect the viewshed toward the Trinity River Park and Downtown skyline for other buildings in this district. (G) Tower Orientation Requirements. (1) Any building located within the portion of the WMU-20 subdistrict north of Greenbriar Lane or east of Marsalis Avenue and north of Colorado Boulevard and erected to exceed 125 feet in height must be oriented in such a manner that the narrower dimension of the tower is generally parallel with the Trinity River Levee and the wider dimension of the tower is generally perpendicular to the Trinity River Levee. This requirement applies only to that portion of the building over 125 feet in height. (2) The purpose of this regulation is to protect the viewshed toward the Trinity River Park and Downtown skyline for other buildings in this district.
14 13 SEC..304 OPEN SPACE. Definitions. (1) NET LAND AREA means gross land area minus street right-of-way. (2) OFF-SITE OPEN SPACE means open space that is not located on the building site but is within a quarter of a mile walking distance of the property. Off-site open space may consist of parks, wildlife preserves, or any form of open space lot as described in this article. (3) ON-SITE OPEN SPACE means the portion of a building site that is accessible to all occupants of that building site (or to the general public if dedicated as public open space) and principally open to the sky but allows for architectural elements such as colonnades, pergolas, and gazebos. The space must be a contiguous open area of not less than 10 feet in width or length. (4) OPEN SPACE means off-site and on-site open space. Open Space Required. At least eight percent of the net land area of a building site in any sub-district other than NI must be provided as open space. Compliance with this requirement must be demonstrated at the time of application for a building permit. Options for Compliance. (1) In General. Open space may be provided as a dedication of land to the city, as private open space, or as a combination thereof. Subject to the limitations of this section, open space may be located onsite, off-site, or both, and need not be contiguous. (2) On-site Open Space. On-site open space may be provided at or below grade or above-ground through the use of an outside roof deck, rooftop garden, pool area, or similar type of outside common area. No more than 50 percent of the required on-site open space may be provided as door yards, colonnades, or landscaped medians. Except for emergency vehicles, on-site open space cannot be parked or driven upon. On-site open space must be landscaped in accordance with the following requirements: (i) (ii) (iii) Plantings must comply with the general landscaping standards set forth in Section 51A-.305(1)(a), Landscaping. One large canopy tree must be provided for every 2,500 square feet of required open space area. Two small canopy trees may be substituted per required large tree. Site trees must be evenly distributed throughout the development. (3) Fee-in Lieu. The open space requirement may be satisfied by the payment of a fee-in-lieu if the property that is the subject of the requirement is located within a public improvement district or tax increment financing district with an established open space fund. See Section 51A (c)(2) for the calculation of the fee-in-lieu amount. (4) Credit. A credit of up to 50 percent of the open space requirement is allowed for existing public open space within a quarter of a mile walking distance of the building site.
15 14 SEC..305 FORM STANDARDS (1) Landscaping. In General. (i) All street trees must meet the requirements of Section 51A (b)(4). (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) All site trees must be a minimum of two inches in caliper at time of planting and may not be located closer than four feet to any paved surface (measured from the center of the tree trunk). All site tree in-ground planting areas must be a minimum of 100 square feet for a large tree and 50 square feet for a small tree. Planters for large or small trees must be a minimum of 25 square feet. Site trees must be large tree species listed in Section 51A Small tree species may be substituted at a rate of two small trees per required large tree. Existing healthy site trees may be used to satisfy the site tree requirements of this section in accordance with Section 51A (b)(3). Whether a site tree is healthy is a determination made by the building official. In the NI district, at least 50 percent of all required yards must be landscaped with turf, groundcover, soil, or mulch. Shared Access Developments. (i) (ii) One site tree must be provided for every 4,000 square feet, or portion thereof, within the shared access development, or a minimum of one site tree must be provided for each individual dwelling unit in the shared access development, whichever is greater. Site trees must be evenly distributed throughout the shared access development. (2) Parking Setbacks and Access. On-site surface parking must be located behind the parking setback. The parking setback line applies only to surface parking; an above-grade parking structure is considered as a building structure for setback purpose. No on-site surface parking is permitted between a building and the street. (See Section..500, Minor Streets and Streetscapes. (D) Structured parking must contain ground-story street activating uses for the first 30 feet of the building measured inward from the street-facing façade when the structured parking facility is fronting on a primary street. There is no ground-story street activating use requirement for structured parking along a service street. (E) The requirements of Subparagraphs,, and (D) above do not apply to on-street or underground parking. (F) The required ground-story street activating uses may be interrupted to allow for a maximum 30-foot-wide vehicular entrance to a parking structure or area.
16 15 (3) Form Standards Table. Neighborhood Infill (NI) Walkable Urban Residential (WUR) Walkable Mixed Use- Shopfront (WMU-3-SH) Walkable Mixed Use- Medium Density (WMU-8) Walkable Mixed Use- High Density (WMU-20) LOT Minimum Lot Size (SF) 4,000 None None None None Minimum Lot Width (ft) None Maximum Lot Coverage 45% 60% 60% 80% 80% FRONT SETBACK AREA (14) Primary Street (min/max) (2) 5/15 (4)(5) 5/15 5/15 5/15 Side Street (min/max) 10% lot width/ none 5/none 5/none 5/none 5/none Service Street (min/max) NA None None None None (7) (11) REQUIRED STREET FRONTAGE Primary Street NA 50% 50% 60% 60% PARKING SETBACK From Primary Street (min ft) (6) From All Other Streets (min ft) 10% of lot width SIDE SETBACK Abutting SF District (min ft) 10% of lot width Abutting All Other Districts (min ft) 10% of lot width 0 or 5 0 or 5 0 or 5 0 or 5 Abutting Alley (min ft) REAR SETBACK Abutting SF District (min ft) Abutting All Other Districts (min ft) Abutting Alley (min ft) HEIGHT Max Building Height (stories/ft) 2.5/36 3.5/50 (8) 3.5/50 5/75 (9) 12/180 (10) Minimum Ground-story Height (ft) (1) None Ground-story Transparency Primary Street None 30% 50% 30% 30% Side Street None 30% 25% 25% None ENTRANCE Primary Street Entrance Req d Req d Req d Req d Req d Entrance Spacing (max lin ft) None None 100 ft None None BLANK WALL AREA Primary Street (max lin ft) None Side Street (max lin ft) None None 40 None None GROUND STORY STREET-ACTIVATING USES (3) Not req d Not req d Req d Not req d Req d
17 16 Notes for Form Standards Table: (1) Minimum ground story height only applies to the first 30 of building depth as measured from a primary street. (2) In an NI district the front yard setback from a primary street shall be the average setback of all main structures on the same block face. (3) Ground story street activating uses are required only for the first 30 of building depth as measured from the following streets when they are designated as the primary street: Colorado, Zang, Beckley, Jefferson and Eighth. (4) Minimum setback from Handley Drive and from Greenbrier Lane in the WUR-EK overlay district shall be 15 feet. (5) Front setback from Marsalis Avenue in WUR district shall be within 10% of the setback of the nearest HD84 contributing structure. (6) Circle drives are not permitted on Marsalis Avenue. (7) The Interstate 35E Frontage Road shall not be subject to the required street frontage regulations. (8) Maximum building heights in the WUR-EK overlay district shall be 2.5 stories/35 feet. (9) Maximum building height in the WMU-8 district can be increased to 8 stories or 125 feet (whichever is less) if: Residential uses constitute 20 percent or more of a building s gross floor area, and Office, restaurant, retail, personal service and entertainment use constitute 20 percent or more of the gross ground story floor area (10) Maximum building height in the WMU-20 district can be increased to 20 stories or 270 feet (whichever is less if) Residential uses constitute 20 percent or more of a building s gross floor area, and Office, restaurant, retail, personal service and entertainment use constitute 20 percent or more of the gross ground story floor area (11) A building is not required to meet the street frontage regulation or comply with the maximum setback if to do so would require the removal of an existing tree greater than 24 inches in caliper. (12) In the NI district, a 2 nd unit on any lot must be located on the rear 50% of the lot. (13) In the NI district, garages (whether attached or detached), must be located on the rear 50% of the lot. (14) In the event that a platted easement prevents compliance with a maximum setback requirement, that maximum will be measured from the easement line rather than the property line.
18 17 SEC Arcades. BUIDLING ELEMENTS (1) An arcade must have a clear depth from the support columns to the building s façade of at least eight feet and a clear height above the sidewalk of at least 10 feet. (2) An arcade must be contiguous and extend over at least 50 percent of the width of the building façade. (3) No arcade may encroach into the door yard or the public right-of-way. Galleries. (1) A gallery must have a clear depth from the support columns to the building s façade of at least eight feet and a clear height above the sidewalk of at least 10 feet. (2) A gallery must be contiguous and extend over at least 50 percent of the width of the building façade from which it projects. (3) A gallery may encroach into the door yard. No gallery may encroach into the public right-of-way without a license for the use of that right-of-way. Awnings. (1) A ground-story awning must have a minimum clearance of 10 feet above a sidewalk and must have a minimum depth of six feet. (2) An awning may encroach into the door yard and may encroach into the public right-of-way without a license for the use of that right-of-way. (D) Balconies. (1) No balcony may project within five feet of a common lot line. (2) A balcony may encroach into the door yard. No balcony may encroach into the public right-of-way without a license for the use of that right-of-way.
19 18 (E) Stoops. (1) A stoop must be no more than five feet deep (including the steps) and six feet wide. (2) A stoop may be roofed, but not enclosed. (3) Partial walls and railings on a stoop may be no higher than 3 ½ feet. (4) A stoop may encroach into the door yard. No stoop may encroach into the public right-of way without a license for the use of that right-of-way. (F) Front Porches. (1) A front porch must be minimum of six feet deep (not including the steps). (2) A front porch must be contiguous with a width not less than 50 percent of the building façade from which it projects. (3) A front porch may be roofed, but not enclosed. (4) Partial walls and railings on a porch may be no higher than 3 ½ feet. (5) A front porch may encroach into the door yard. No front porch may encroach into the public right-ofway without a license for the use of that right-ofway. (G) (H) Roof Treatments. Dormers are permitted in an attic story. Dormers must not break the primary eaveline, be individually more than 15 feet wide, and collectively be more than 60 percent of the façade length. Building Entrances. (1) An entrance providing both ingress and egress, operable during normal business hours, is required to meet primary street entrance requirements. Additional entrances off another street, pedestrian area, or internal parking area are permitted. (2) The entrance separation requirements provided for the development type must be met for each building, but are not applicable to adjacent buildings. (3) An angled entrance may be provided at either corner of a building along the primary street to meet the primary street entrance requirements, provided any applicable entrance spacing requirements can still be met. (4) A minimum of 50 percent of a required entrance must be transparent. (5) A required fire exit door with no transparency may front on a primary, side, or service street.
20 19 (I) Fences and Walls. (1) Except as provided below, provisions of Section 51A apply. (2) In a door yard, a fence may not exceed four feet in height above grade. In all other required yards, no fence or wall may exceed six feet in height above grade.
21 20 DIVISION..400 PARKING REGULATIONS. SEC GENERAL PROVISIONS. Accessory or Main Use. (1) Except as provided in this division, all off-street parking must be provided on the lot occupied by the main use. (2) Off-street parking is considered an accessory use. (3) Off-street parking may be provided as a main use only in a parking structure and only in the WMU-20 district. (4) Parking may be provided in a parking overlay district in accordance with Section..410, Parking Management Overlay )-PM). Calculation of Required Parking. (1) Except as provided in this division, when a lot is used for a combination of uses, the parking requirements are the sum of the requirements for each use, and no parking space for one use is included in the calculation of the parking requirements for any other use. (2) In determining the required number of parking spaces, fractional spaces are counted to the nearest whole number, with one-half counted as an additional space. (D) (E) Parking Charges. Except as provided in this subsection, required parking must be available as free parking. Required parking located in a parking structure may be available as free parking, contract parking, or parking on an hourly or daily fee basis. On-street parking may be metered or regulated by the city in a PM overlay. This requirement does not apply to institutional uses. Outdoor Dining. If an outdoor dining area, whether covered or not, is within 20 feet of, and has direct access to, and visibility from a street, sidewalk or publically accessible open space, the outdoor dining area is not included in the parking requirement calculations for up to 25 percent of the size of the indoor floor area. Any portion of the outdoor dining area in excess of 25 percent of the size of the indoor floor area must be parked at a ratio of 1 space per 125 SF of area. Maximum Reserved Parking. (1) Surface parking spaces may be reserved for a specific tenant or dwelling unit, provided that the following standards are not exceeded. Use Residential Nonresidential Reserved Spaces (minimum) 2.0 per single-family living unit 1.0 per one-bedroom multifamily living unit 1.0 per two-bedroom multifamily living unit 2.0 per three-bedroom (or more) multifamily living unit 1.2 per 1,000 SF (2) Underground parking may be reserved without the imposition of maximum standards. (F) Surface Parking Cap (Maximum). Surface parking may not exceed 125 percent of the required parking specified in Section except where the parking is part of a PM overlay. If provided parking exceeds 125 percent of the required parking, then one additional large canopy tree must be provided in the parking lot for each 10 spaces exceeding 125 percent.
22 21 SEC (H) Handicapped Parking. If more than 10 parking spaces are required, handicapped parking spaces are required as set out in Section 51A-305, and designed in accordance with the latest edition of the City of Dallas Off-Street Parking and Driveways Handbook (latest edition). REQUIRED PARKING. Spaces Required. (1) Neighborhood Infill (NI) District Required Spaces. Except as otherwise provided, the residential parking design standards of Division 51A and the number of required off-street parking spaces in Division 51A apply in the NI district. A maximum of 20 percent of the required parking may be compact parking. No parking reductions are permitted in the NI district. (2) WUR and WMU District Required Spaces. The following spaces are required in the WUR and WMU districts. Required Parking in WUR and WMU Districts Use Category Number of Spaces Required Residential Household Living Group Living 2.00 per single family living unit 1.00 per one-bedroom or smaller multifamily living unit 2.00 per two-bedroom or larger multifamily living unit 0.70 per retirement housing living unit 0.25 spaces per bed PLUS 1 per 200 SF office, minimum 4 spaces Civic Community Service Day Care Educational Government Service Park/Open Space Place of Worship Social Service Utilities 1 per 200 SF 1 per 500 SF 1.50 spaces per elementary classroom 3.50 spaces per junior high or middle classroom 9.50 spaces per senior high classroom 1 per 4 seats in any other classroom 1 per 200 SF None 1.00 per 4 fixed seats or per 8-foot length of bench or pew, OR 1 per SF floor area without seating See Group Living Building official to apply similar use Office Medical Office except as follows: Art Studio, Gallery Financial Services, Bank Call Center 1 per 200 SF 1 per 366 SF 1 per 500 SF 1 per 300 SF 1 per 167 SF Retail Restaurants, Bar, Private Club Retail Sales Indoor Recreation except: Health Club or Spa Movie Theater Performing Arts Theater Personal Service 1 per 125 SF 1 per 250 SF 1 per 250 SF 1 per 143 SF 1 for each 4 seats 0.40 per seat 1 per 250 SF Lodging Overnight Lodging 1 per guest room Note: 1. The parking requirements of Division 51A apply to uses not listed in the preceding chart nor deemed to be an equivalent use pursuant to provisions of Section..302, Uses.
23 22 SEC PARKING REDUCTIONS. General. (1) No parking reductions are permitted in the NI district. (2) In the WUR and WMU districts, if a parking reduction is requested, delta credits may not be used to supply required parking, and all rights to future delta credits must be relinquished except in the following cases: Any building certified or eligible for certifications as historic on the National Register of Historic Places or located within a City of Dallas historic overlay district; and Any building on the City of Dallas Landmark Commission s historic resources list. Any building identified as a legacy building by this code. Maximum Parking Reductions. The maximum cumulative parking reduction allowed under Section51A , Parking Reductions, and Section..501(f), Pedestrian Amenities, is 50 percent of the parking specified in Section..402(a)(2). Access to Transit. (1) Streetcar Access. A parking reduction of 10% applies for locations within a 1000-foot walk of an improved streetcar transit stop providing both shade and seating. (2) Bus Transit. The building official may approve a five percent reduction in the number of required parking spaces for uses with a main entrance within a 600-foot walking distance of an improved bus stop providing both shade and seating. (3) Measurement of Walking Distance. Walking distance is measured from the primary entrance of the use to the nearest streetcar or bus boarding location using the most convenient pedestrian path. (4) Restaurant and Bar Uses. No parking reduction for access to transit is allowed for restaurant or bar uses located within a 600-foot radius of the property in a single family district. For purposes of this subparagraph, distance is measured from the primary entrance of the bar or restaurant use to the nearest point of the property in a single family district. (D) (E) Access to Car-Sharing Program. The building official may approve a reduction in the number of required parking spaces for residential units in a residential project or mixed use project with a residential component where an active car-sharing program is made available to residents, and where cars for the program are available on the site or within 600-foot walking distance of the site. The building official may reduce parking requirements by five spaces for each car-share vehicle available. Legacy Building. For residential uses within a legacy building, off-street parking requirements may be reduced 25 percent. For retail related uses and office uses within a legacy building, off-street parking may be reduced 50 percent.
24 23 (F) Employer Transportation Demand Management (TDM). (1) The building official may approve up to a 25 percent reduction in the number of spaces for uses that institute and commit to maintain a transportation demand management (TDM) program, considering information the applicant submits that clearly indicates the types of TDM activities and measures proposed. The applicant must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the building official that a specific reduction will occur. If the applicant demonstrates that a specific reduction will occur, the building official shall reduce the amount of required parking equal to the amount of the reduction, up to a maximum of 25 percent. (2) There is no limitation of the types of TDM activities for which reductions may be granted. The following measures serve as a guide to potential transportation management activities that may be used in combination to reduce parking demand. (3) No TDM program may be discontinued without notice to the building official and proof of compliance with all applicable parking requirements. (4) No TDM program may be changed without the approval of the building official. The building official may approve a change only if the applicant demonstrates that the changes proposed will either maintain the previously approved reduction, support an increase in the previously approved reduction, or that parking is provided to compensate for any reduction lost by the proposed change to the plan. (D) (E) Transportation Coordinator. The occupant of the use may appoint an employee to act as transportation coordinator with responsibility for disseminating information on ride-sharing and other transportation options that may be cause for a reduction in otherwise applicable parking requirements. In addition to acting as liaisons, transportation coordinators must be available to attend meetings and training sessions with transit providers. Preferential Parking. The occupant of the use may provide specially marked spaces for each registered car pool and van pool. Financial Incentives. The occupant of the use may provide cash or in-kind financial incentives for employees telecommuting or commuting by car pool, van pool, and mass transit. Telecommuting. The occupant of the use may allow work from home or otherwise outside the facility on specific days. Emergency Ride Home. The occupant of the use may provide emergency ride home for those with family, medical, or other similar emergencies. (G) (H) Increased Pedestrian Amenities. A parking reduction of two percent will be granted where a higher level of pedestrian amenity is provided in accordance with Section..501(f), Pedestrian Amenities. Underground Office Parking. When all or part of the parking for an office use is provided underground, the building official shall approve a parking reduction of 0.33 spaces for each space provided underground.
25 24 (I) Tree Preservation. (1) The building official may approve a reduction in the number of parking spaces required by one space for each protected tree (as defined in Article X) retained that would otherwise have to be removed to provide required parking. (2) The preserved tree must be protected from vehicular traffic through the use of concrete curbs, wheel stops, or other permanent barriers and meet the planting area requirements of Section 51A (3) The maximum reduction authorized by this subsection is five percent or one space, whichever is greater.
26 25 SEC SPECIAL PARKING REGULATIONS. Purpose. (1) This section provides alternatives to standard parking design. (2) Joint parking allows the connection of parking lots on abutting properties. (3) Shared parking allows an exception to the requirement that no parking space for one use be included in the calculation of the parking required for any other use. (4) On-street parking provides credit for adjacent on-street spaces. (5) Packed parking provides more efficient surface parking through the reduction of maneuvering area on a lot where an attendant is used to park vehicles. (6) Remote parking allows an exception to the requirement that all parking be provided on the lot occupied by the main use. (7) Tandem parking provides for cars to be more efficiently parking by stacking one behind the other. General Standards. (1) Special parking may account for 100 percent of the parking required for any use. (2) Special parking must comply with all codes, ordinances, rules and regulations of the city and may not create safety hazards. Joint Parking. (1) Uses abutting one another may physically connect their parking areas at a lot line to create connecting drive aisles, provided a mutual access easement acceptable to the city has been executed. The agreement must ensure that maneuvering space for required parking spaces in both parking areas is preserved. See Section 51A (2) The use of joint parking does not by itself authorize a reduction in the number of required spaces. (D) Shared Parking. (1) Uses sharing parking must have either mutually exclusive or compatibly overlapping hours of operation. The building official shall determine whether the hours of operation are compatibly overlapping on a case-by-case basis through the use of the ULI Shared Parking Model (latest edition). (2) The building official shall use the ULI Shared Parking Model, assuming the national averages provided in the accompanying manual. Modification of the weekday or weekend employee/customer or resident/visitor parking rations, captive market percentages for visitors and employees, drive percentages for visitors and employees, monthly or time of day adjustment factors, or any other model assumptions are permitted only through the parking special exception process. (3) The building official is expressly authorized to apply the reductions of Section..403, Parking Reductions, prior to running the ULI Shared Parking Model.
27 26 (E) On-Street Parking. (1) A parking space located on a public street may be included in the calculation parking requirements if it is adjacent to the building site where the use is located. (2) Each on-street parking space may only be counted for one use, except that an on-street parking space may be used to reduce the combined total parking requirement of a mixed use project. (3) An on-street parking space that is not available to the public at all times of the day may only be counted as a partial parking space in proportion to the amount of time that it is available. For example, a parking space that is available to the public only eight hours per day will be counted as one-third of a parking space (8 24=1/3). The total of the limitedavailability parking spaces will be counted to the nearest whole number, with one-half counted as an additional space. (F) Packed Parking. (1) The passenger loading and unloading area for packed parking must have adequate means of ingress to and egress from a street or an alley. The building official shall only consider alley access in satisfaction of this requirement when alley access is permitted by this article. (2) All maneuvering, parking, and loading for packed parking must be accomplished on private property. (3) The area of each packed parking space must be no less than 145 square feet. (4) An access lane that is no less than 24-feet wide must be provided through the packed parking area. (5) An attendant must be provided to park vehicles during all business hours on the main use. A valet parking license may also be required. See Division 3, Valet Parking Services, or Article VI of Chapter 43 of the Dallas City Code. (6) A sign must be prominently displayed at all entrances of a packed parking lot. Each sign must state: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) That all or a portion of the lot is restricted to packed parking service the main use; That an attendant must be provided during all business hours of the main use; The business hours of the main use; A phone number specified by the building official to be used for reporting violations of this subdivision; The phone number of the valet license; and The issuance number of the valet license. Each sign must be constructed of weather resistant material. Each sign must be no less than 30 inches wide and 24 inches long.
28 27 (D) Each sign must contain clearly legible letters in a color that contrasts with the background material of the sign. (G) Remote Parking. (1) Remote parking must be located within a walking distance of 1000 feet from use served by the remote parking. (2) A license is required to authorize an extension of walking distance beyond 1000 feet. The building official must require that either a shuttle or an attendant be provided by the applicant as a condition to approval of an extension of the walking distance for remote parking beyond 1000 feet. If a shuttle is required, it must: (i) (ii) (iii) Transport patrons between the main use and the remote parking lot; Be adequately staffed during all hours of operation of the main use; and Have adequate seating capacity to accommodate patrons expected to use the remote parking. If an attendant is required, the attendant shall drive vehicles of patrons between the main use and the remote parking lot. A valet parking license may also be required. See Division 3, Valet Parking Services, of Article VI of Chapter 43 of the Dallas City Code. The building official may not authorize remote parking to be located beyond a walking distance of 2,640 feet from the main use. (3) A sign must be prominently displayed at all entrances of a remote parking lot and at all entrances of a parking lot providing on-site parking for the main use. Each sign must: (D) Illustrate or describe the location of the remote parking in relation to the main use; Be constructed of weather resistant material; Be no less than 30 inches wide and 24 inches long; and Contain clearly legible letters in a color that contrasts with the background material of the sign. (4) No remote parking is permitted to be located in the WUR-EK district. (5) No remote parking for a main use within Oak Cliff Gateway SPD may be remote parked on a tract outside the SPD. (6) An agreement authorizing a nonresidential use or mixed used development to use remote parking for nonresidential uses may be based on a lease of the remote parking spaces only if the lease: Is in writing; Contains legal descriptions of the properties affected; Specifies the special parking being provided and the hours of operation of any use involved;
29 28 (D) (E) (F) (G) Is governed by the laws of the state of Texas; Is signed by all owners of the properties affected; Is for a minimum term of three years; and Provides both the owner of the lot occupied by nonresidential use or mixed use development use and the owner of the remote parking lot shall notify the building official in writing if there is a breach of any provision of the lease, or if the lease is modified or terminated. (H) Tandem Parking. (1) Tandem parking is allowed for: Single-family living; Multi-family living; and The residential component of a mixed use project. (2) Two parking spaces in tandem must have a combined minimum dimension of nine feet in width by 34 feet in length. (3) Up to 85 percent of the total parking spaces provided for residential projects may incorporate tandem parking. (4) For residential projects, both parking spaces in tandem must be assigned to the same dwelling unit. (5) Tandem parking may not be used to provide guest parking. SEC (D) (E) DESIGN AND MAINTENANCE. Parking Handbook Applies. All off-street parking spaces and areas must comply with the guidelines established in the City of Dallas, Off-Street Parking and Driveways Handbook (latest edition). The director shall keep a true and correct copy of the handbook on file for public inspection upon request. Location of Parking. Parking must comply with the parking setback standards as set forth in the Form Standards Table Section..305(3). Dimensional Standards. Except as provided in this division, each off-street parking space must be provided in accordance with the dimensional standards as set out in Section 51A-4.301(d)(1) and the Off- Street Parking and Driveways Handbook (latest edition). Parking Surface. Permeable paving such as grass-crete, eco-block pervious asphalt or pervious concrete is permitted, provided that legible marking of individual spaces is accomodated. Residential Alley Access Restrictions. Residential alley restrictions in Section 51A-4.301(h), Residential Alley Access Restrictions for Nonresidential Uses, apply in the WMU and WUR districts.
30 29 SEC PARKING LOT LIGHTING. All parking lot lighting must meet the standards of Section..601, Site Lighting. SEC REQUIRED STACKING SPACES. The required number of stacking spaces in Division 51A apply to each use, and the design requirements of Section 51A-4.30(4)(c) apply to any stacking spaces provided. SEC SURFACE PARKING, SCREENING, AND LANDSCAPING. Screening Required. (1) Off-street parking must be screened in the following instances: Where the parking area serves a nonresidential use contiguous with a residential use or vacant lot in an A, A, R, R, D, D, TH, TH, CH, MF, MF, MH, MH,or NI district. Where the parking area serves multifamily, use contiguous with a single-family duplex use or a vacant lot in an R, R, D, D, TH, TH, CH, or NI district. (2) If a street of alley separates a parking area from another use, the use is not considered contiguous to the parking area. Screening Standards. (1) Required screening for off-street parking must be a brick, stone, concrete masonry, stucco, or concrete wall that is not less than six feet in height. No wall may have more than 10 square inches of open area for each square foot of surface area, and may contain a maximum of two openings or gates for vehicular access (although openings or gates for pedestrian access are acceptable). (2) Either one large canopy tree or two large non-canopy trees are required along any parking lot screening for every 50 linear feet of the screening wall, with trees spaced no less than 25 feet apart. Surface Parking Landscaping. (1) Parking spaces in a surface parking lot may not be more than 100 feet from a large canopy tree planted in a median or island. (2) Each tree must have a caliper of at least two inches and may not be planted or closer than two feet to the paved portion of the parking lot. (3) A median or island in a surface parking lot must be a minimum of 25 square feet in area. (4) Where no building lies between the sidewalk and a surface parking lot, a perimeter buffer around the parking lot is required. (See also Section..503(f), Parking Buffer (ST- 6). ) The perimeter buffer must consist of: A brick, stone, concrete masonry, stucco, or concrete wall that is not less than 30 inches in height. No wall may have more than 10 square inches of open area for each square foot of surface area, and may contain a maximum of two openings or gates for vehicular access (although openings or gates for pedestrian access are acceptable); or
31 30 A planting strip not less than five feet in depth, planted with landscape materials that will form a continuous, evergreen hedge of not less than 30 inches in height. Landscape materials must be no less than 24 inches in height at time of planting, and must be maintained at no greater than 48 inches in height. SEC (D) Maintenance of Landscaping and Screening. The owner of off-street parking must maintain required landscaping and screening in compliance with the requirements of this section. PARKING SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS. Exceptions Allowed. The following exceptions are allowed in addition to any permitted reductions authorized in this division. (1) Parking Design. The board of adjustment may grant a special exception to the parking design standards of this division if the board of adjustment determines, after a public hearing, that the special exception will not adversely affect neighborhood property. In determining whether to grant a special exception, the board of adjustment will consider the following factors: (i) (ii) Hours of use for the parking area. Size and configuration of the lot on which the parking area is located. (2) Parking Demand. The board of adjustment may grant a special exception to authorize a reduction in the number of parking spaces required under this division if the board of adjustment finds, after a public hearing, that the parking demand generated by the use does not warrant the number of parking spaces required, and the special exception would not create a traffic hazard or increase traffic congestion on adjacent or nearby streets. The maximum reduction authorized by this paragraph is 25 percent or one space, whichever is greater. In determining whether to grant a special exception for reduced parking demand, the board of adjustment shall consider the following factors: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) The extent to which the parking spaces provided will be remote, shared, or packed parking. The parking demand and trip generation characteristics of all uses for which the special exception is requested. The current and probably future capacities of adjacent and nearby streets based on the city s thoroughfare plan. The availability of public transit and the likelihood of its use. The feasibility of parking mitigation measures and the likelihood of their effectiveness.
32 31 (D) (E) In granting special exception for reduced parking demand, the board of adjustment shall specify the use or uses to which the special exception applies. A special exception granted by the board of adjustment for a particular use automatically and immediately terminates if that use is changed to a new use or discontinued. The board of adjustment may not grant a special exception for reduced parking demand to reduce the number of parking spaces required in an ordinance granting or amending a specific use permit. (3) ULI Shared Parking Model Factors. The board of adjustment may grant a special exception to allow modification of the weekday or weekend employee/customer or resident/visitor parking ratios, captive market percentages for visitors and employees, drive percentages for visitors and employees, monthly time of day adjustment factors, or any other model assumptions of the ULI shared parking model. The board of adjustment must find that the alternative model assumptions are more appropriate given the specific location or characteristics of the proposed mix of uses. (4) Tree Preservation. The board of adjustment may grant a special exception to authorize a reduction in the number of parking spaces required under this division if the board of adjustment finds, after a public hearing, that the reduction will result in the preservation of an existing protected tree. The preserved tree must be protected from vehicular traffic through the use of concrete curbs, wheel stops, or other permanent barriers. The reduction authorized by this paragraph is equal to the number of existing protected trees preserved, except that the maximum reduction authorized by this paragraph is 10 percent or one space, whichever is greater. No reduction may be granted under this paragraph for the preservation of any tree for which a parking reduction has been obtained under Section..403(i), Tree Preservation. (5) Stacking Spaces. (D) The board of adjustment may grant a special exception to authorize a reduction in the number of stacking spaces required if the board of adjustment finds, after a public hearing, that the stacking demand generated by the use does not warrant the number of stacking spaces required, and the special exception would not create a traffic hazard or increase traffic congestion on adjacent and nearby street. The maximum reduction authorized by this paragraph is two spaces for each of the first two drive-through windows, or 25 percent of the total number of required spaces, whichever is greater. In determining whether to grant a special exception, the board of adjustment shall consider the following factors: (i) The stacking demand and trip generation characteristics of all uses for which the special exception is required. (ii) The current and probably future capacities of adjacent and nearby streets based on the city s thoroughfare plan. In granting a special exception, the board of adjustment shall specify the use or uses to which the special exception applies. A special exception granted by the board of adjustment for a particular use automatically and immediately terminates if that use is changed to a new use or discontinued.
33 32 (E) The board of adjustment may not grant a special exception to reduce the number of stacking spaces required in an ordinance granting or amending a specific use permit. Restrictions or Conditions. In granting a special exception under this section, the board of adjustment may: (1) Establish a termination date for the special exception; (2) Provide for the reassessment of conditions after a specified period or time; (3) Impose restrictions on access to or from the subject property; or (4) Impose any other reasonable condition necessary to improve traffic safety, lessen congestion on the streets, or ensure adequate parking. SEC PARKING MANAGEMENT OVERLAY (-PM). General Provisions. (1) A Parking Management (-PM) overlay may only be established within a WMU or WUR district. (2) The establishment or amendment of a PM overlay is a change in zoning district classification and must follow the procedures set out in Section 51A Establishing a PM Overlay. (1) The applicant must submit a site plan that includes: (D) (E) (F) (G) (H) A map and the legal description of the property within the proposed district; The location of existing and proposed parking spaces within the proposed district, including any on-street parking spaces; All Uses the proposed district will serve; Any parking reduction or parking special exception granted within the boundaries of the PM overlay. The method of ingress and egress to each parking area; Screening, lighting, and landscaping of each parking area; The entity responsible for managing the required parking within the proposed overlay, limited to the board of a public improvement district (PID), tax increment financing reinvestment zone (TIF), or parking authority, the city, or other governmental entity established under Texas law; and Any other information the director determines is necessary for a complete review of the proposed overlay. (2) In establishing a PM overlay, the city council may impose conditions to ensure adequate parking and efficient management of parking within the overlay.
34 33 Meeting Parking Standards. For purposes of meeting parking standards the entire area within the PM overlay shall be considered one lot. In order to measure compliance for a site plan or certificate of occupancy, the applicant must provide a table demonstrating compliance with the requirements of this division. SEC OFF STREET LOADING. Off-street Loading Not Required. Off-street loading is not required for any use. Location and Design Standards. If off-street loading is provided, it must meet the following standards. Ingress to and egress from off-street loading spaces must have at least the same vertical height clearance as the off-street loading space. Each off-street loading space must be designed with a reasonable means of vehicular access from the street or alley in a manner which will least interfere with traffic movement. Each off-street loading space must be independently accessible so that no loading space blocks another loading space. (D) Trash removal facilities and other structures must not block a loading space. The design of the ingress, egress and maneuvering area must be approved by the director. SEC NONCONFORMING PARKING. (D) A use that is nonconforming as to parking may be expanded only if the parking spaces required to serve the additional area are provided. A use that is nonconforming as to parking may be changed to another allowed use requiring more parking if parking spaces for the additional demand are provided. A use that is nonconforming as to parking may be changed to another allowed use that requires less parking. Additional required parking for nonconforming site must be calculated based on the difference between the required parking in Section..402 for the prior use and the required parking for the new use. Additional spaces must be made available to accommodate this difference. These additional spaces may be provided through the use of special parking.
35 34 DIVISION..500 MINOR STREETS AND STREETSCAPES. SEC..501 GENERAL PROVISIONS. Vehicular Zone Planting Zone Sidewalk Zone Door yard Zone Right-of-Way Private Property Property Line of R-O-W Easement Line Planting Zone. (1) The planting zone is the area nearest to the curb within the public right-of-way. (2) Street trees must be planted in the planning zone in accordance with the applicable street cross-section (see Section..502, New Minor Streets, and Section..503, Existing Streets ). (3) One large canopy tree must be planted every 40 feet on center, on average. All street trees must have a minimum caliper of three inches at the time of installation. (4) Where overhead utilities exist or are proposed, two small trees may replace a required large canopy tree. The replacement small trees must be planted every 20 feet on center, on average. (5) The planting zone may be hardscaped with tree grates or landscaped with a tree lawn. (6) The planting zone must remain clear of obstacles at all times except as provided for in Section..501(d), Encroachments. Sidewalk Zone. (1) The sidewalk zone is the area between the planting zone and the front property line or right-of-way easement within the public right-of-way. (2) The sidewalk zone must remain clear of obstacles at all times and must be constructed to meet all city and ADA specifications.
36 35 Door Yard Zone. (1) The door yard is the area between the sidewalk zone and the front building façade. (2) Except in an SH overlay, the door yard may be hardscaped or landscaped. In a SH overlay, the door yard must be hardscaped. (3) The door yard must remain clear of obstacles at all times except as specifically provided for in Section..501(d), Encroachments. (D) Encroachments. (1) Planting Zone. The following encroachments are permitted in the planting zone subject to approval of a license for use of public right-of-way issued in accordance with Article VI of Chapter 43 of the Dallas City Code. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) Benches, trash receptacles, newspaper racks and bicycles racks. Utility boxes, meters, man hole covers, regulatory signs, and fire suppression equipment. Pedestrian lighting. Landscaping, sidewalk, trees, tree grates, and planters. (2) Sidewalk Zone. Except as permitted in Section..503(g), Nonconforming Streetscapes, no encroachments are permitted over or in the sidewalk zone. (3) Door Yard Zone. The following encroachments are permitted in the door yard. (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix) Galleries, awning, balconies, stoops, and front porches in accordance with Section 51A , Building Element. Outdoor seating areas. A maximum four-foot-high fence. Outdoor display in accordance with Section..602, Outdoor Storage and Display. Signs in accordance with Section..603, Signs. Benches, trash receptacles, public art, water features, bicycle racks, and bollards. Pedestrian lighting. Utility boxes, meters, man hole covers, and fire suppression equipment. Landscaping, sidewalks, trees, tree grates, and planters. (E) Easements. (1) The sidewalk zone, planting zone, and on-street parking area may be provided on private property provided the sidewalk zone, planting zone, and on-street parking area are located within an easement permanently dedicated to the city.
37 36 (2) The dedicated easement must provide the city with perpetual access to allow for customary public use, including but not limited to, the provision of public signs, street lighting, parking meters and public utilities. (3) The easement cannot be used for underground structures of any kinds except those associated with underground utilities. (F) Pedestrian Amenities. (1) Applicability. The following pedestrian amenities apply in the WMU and WUR districts. (2) Location. Pedestrian amenities must be provided within the door yard or planting zone. (3) Required Amenities. The following pedestrian amenities are required: (i) (ii) (iii) Benches at one per 300 feet of frontage on at least one primary street. Trash receptacles at one per 300 feet of frontage on at least one primary street. Bicycle parking at one five-bicycle rack per 300 feet of frontage on at least one primary street. (4) Optional Amenities. (D) (E) In General. A minimum of two of the pedestrian amenities or enhancements listed in this subparagraph are required to obtain a two percent parking reduction. Galleries, Arcades, and Awnings. Galleries, arcades, or awnings with a minimum length of 25 feet per 100 feet of building façade must be provided along the frontage in accordance with Section , Building Elements. Pedestrian Passage. A mid-block pedestrian passage, available at all times to the general public, must be provided and constructed in accordance with Section..502(b)(7), Pedestrian Passage. Public Open Space. An additional two percent of net land area must be provided as public open space in accordance with Section..304(k), Open Space Lot, either on-or off-site (within a walking distance of 1,320 feet). To obtain this credit, the dedication of public open space must be accepted by the City of Dallas. Building Materials. (i) (ii) At least 85 percent of the exterior finish of all buildings (not including windows and doors) must be masonry. For purposes of this paragraph, masonry materials include stone, cementitious simulated stone, brick and Portland cement stucco. The use of no more than 15 percent of the following materials may be used on the exterior finish of a building:
38 37 (aa) (bb) (cc) (dd) (ee) (ff) Pre-cast masonry (for trim and cornice elements only). Glass fiber reinforced fiber concrete and fiberglass reinforced plastic (for trim elements only). Metal panels. Split-faced concrete masonry units (for pilasters and foundation walls). Glass block (no closer than 30 inches to building corners). Fabric for awnings. (F) (G) (H) Public Art. Public art (including water features), approved in writing by the director of cultural affairs or the cultural affairs commission, must be provided. Pedestrian Lighting. Pedestrian lighting (free-standing or wall-mounted) must be provided at one per 75 feet of frontage. Underground Utilities. All utilities must be provided underground. (5) Maintenance. All pedestrian amenities must be maintained by the owner of the lot; if there is more than one owner, all owners are jointly and severally liable for maintenance. (G) No Waiver Permitted. No waiver of the minor street or streetscape provisions of this division is allowed trhough the subdivision process.
39 38 SEC NEW MINOR STREETS. New Blocks. (1) The following block length standards apply during the subdivision process when the existing parcel of land or block is greater than the block perimeters described in this section. (2) Block perimeters may not exceed 1,600 linear feet as measured along the inner edges of each street right-of-way or designated fire lane which is accompanied by a pedestrian sidewalk on at least one side and available at all times to the general public. (3) Block perimeters may exceed this limit, up to a maximum of 2,400 linear feet, only if one or more of the following conditions apply: (D) The block has at least one block face on a street not considered a minor street; The block has a mid-block alley constructed on accordance with Section..502(b)(5), Alley, that connects to another street; The block has a pedestrian passage available at all times to the general public, constructed in accordance with Section 51A (b)(7), Pedestrian Passage, that connects to another street; or The block contains valuable natural features or significant historic resources that should not be crossed by a street. (4) Any single blockface longer than 500 feet must include a pedestrian passage available at all times to the general public. The pedestrian passage must be constructed in accordance with Section..502(b)(7), Pedestrian Passage. Street Cross-Sections. (1) General. Alternative on-street parking configuration other than those shown (including reverse angle parking) and travel lane increases, up to 10 percent, may be approved by the director of public works and transportation. (2) New Streets. The following requirements apply to the construction of new streets within a WMU or WUR district. All streets must be two-way and be constructed with a maximum design speed of 35 mph.
41 40 (3) Residential Streets. The following requirements apply to the construction of new residential streets within any district. All streets must be two-way and constructed with a maximum design speed of 30 mph. Parallel Parking (MS-2A). Yield with Parallel Parking (MS-2b).
42 41 (4) Service Street (MS-3A). The following requirements apply to the construction of new services streets within a WMU and WUR district. All service streets must be two-way and be constructed with a maximum design speed of 30 mph. A hedge or low wall not less than 30 inches in height at the time of installation must be provided within the parking setback area to screen the edge of the vehicular use are or parking structure.
43 42 (5) Alley. The following requirements apply to the construction of new alleys within any district. When a residential use abuts both sides of an alley, the cross-section for a residential alley (MS-4B) is required, otherwise the cross-section for a commercial alley (MS-4A) is required. Commercial Alley (MS-4A). Residential Alley (MS-4B).
44 43 (6) Pedestrian Passage. The following requirements apply to the construction of a mid-block pedestrian passage. The passage must connect from one street to another street. Required building side setbacks may be used to accommodate the pedestrian passage. Bump-Outs Required. (1) Except for MS-2B and MS-3A streets, all streets must include bump-outs at intersections to shorten the distance that pedestrians are required to cross. No bump-outs are required on alleys. (2) The width and depth of the bump-out will be determined by the director of public works and transportation by balancing the needs for vehicular access with those of pedestrian availability.
45 44 (D) Modification of Standards. Modifications to the street standards may be allowed by the director of public works and transportation where necessary to address specific conditions. The modifications must be the minimum necessary to address specific conditions, while preserving the integrity of the street and maximizing impacts on the pedestrian experience, and are limited to the following: Adding turn lanes to respond to critical traffic needs; Adding medians when such medians enhance pedestrian safety, or address critical traffic needs; Prohibiting on-street parking during peak periods; (D) Adding or deleting lanes adjacent to public open spaces to enhance access or encourage pedestrian usage; or (E) Eliminating bump-outs when adding needed turn lanes or prohibiting on-street parking during peak hours to respond to critical traffic needs. SEC EXISTING STREETS. Applicability. (1) The streetscape requirements of this section apply to all new development and to the addition of any floor area or pervious cover to the site. (2) Where the proposed addition of floor area or pervious cover is associated with only one specific tenant space, only the portion of the streetscape associated with that tenant space must be constructed. (3) These standards apply to the maximum extent feasible on streets regulated by the Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT), as determined by TXDOT.
46 45 Mixed Use Streetscape (ST-1). The following streetscape standard applies to property within a WMU or WUR district that abuts an existing street. Indented Parking. (1) In General. The following streetscape standards may apply to property within any district that abuts to an existing thoroughfare. Alternative angles other than those shown (including reverse angle) may be approved by the director of public works and transportation. When indented parking is used, the front setback area and parking setback may be adjusted to accommodate the parking as specified below.
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ARTICLE 426. PD 426. SEC. 51P-426.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 426 was established by Ordinance No. 22741, passed by the Dallas City Council on April 24, 1996. Ordinance No. 22741 amended Ordinance No.
ARTICLE 598. PD 598. SEC. 51P-598.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 598 was established by Ordinance No. 24683, passed by the Dallas City Council on August 8, 2001, and was amended on the same day by Ordinance
ARTICLE 383. PD 383. SEC. 51P-383.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 383 was established by Ordinance No. 21928, passed by the Dallas City Council on December 8, 1993. Ordinance No. 21928 amended Ordinance No.
ARTICLE 535. PD 535. C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 3 SEC. 51P-535.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 535 was established by Ordinance No. 23988, passed by the Dallas City Council on August 25, 1999.
ARTICLE 408. PD 408. SEC. 51P-408.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 408 was established by Ordinance No. 22435, passed by the Dallas City Council on May 24, 1995. Ordinance No. 22435 amended Ordinance No. 19455,
ARTICLE 533. PD 533. C.F. Hawn Special Purpose District No. 1 SEC. 51P-533.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 533 was established by Ordinance No. 23780, passed by the Dallas City Council on February 10, 1999.
ARTICLE 428. PD 428. SEC. 51P-428.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 428 was established by Ordinance No. 22560, passed by the Dallas City Council on September 27, 1995. Ordinance No. 22560 amended Ordinance
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ARTICLE 388. PD 388. Tenth Street Neighborhood SEC. 51P-388.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 388 was established by Ordinance No. 21850, passed by the Dallas City Council on October 13, 1993. Ordinance No.
ARTICLE 440. PD 440. SEC. 51P-440.101. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY. PD 440 was established by Ordinance No. 22749, passed by the Dallas City Council on May 3, 1996. Ordinance No. 22749 amended Ordinance No. 19455,
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