3Definitions 19.09DrivewayAn improved access which is used primarily to connect off-street parking spaces to the public right-of-way. All areas intended to be utilized as driveways and parking areas shall be surfaced with asphalt or concrete to control dust and drainage. The use of bricks, gravel or pavers will require a conditional use permit. In all cases, permeable or pervious materials are preferred. Plans for surfacing and drainage of driveways shall be submitted to the City for review and approval. Lot coverage, maximum."Maximum lot coverage" is the total impervious area that can be occupied by principal accessory structures, parking areas, drives, sidewalks, and similar at-grade structures. Parking space or parking stall."Parking space" or "parking stall" means a graded and paved area of not less than one hundred eighty square feet in area either enclosed or open for the parking of a motor vehicle, having adequate ingress and egress to a public street or alley except as additionally provided for in Section All areas intended to be utilized as parking areas and driveways and parking areas shall be surfaced with asphalt or concrete to control dust and drainage.The use of bricks, gravel or pavers will require a conditional use permit. In all cases, permeable or pervious materials are preferred. Plans for surfacing and drainage of stalls and driveways shall be submitted to the City for review and approval.
4Changes in Chapter 19.51 Traffic, Parking and Access All driveways parking areas shall be surfaced with asphalt or concrete unless otherwise noted in the zoning district:For new driveway and parking areas, such surfacing shall be completed within 9 months of the site plan or parking lot plan approval or in accordance with the timeline established in the site plans. Driveway shall be paved within nine (9) months of installation of the permanent street. For properties with existing driveway and parking areas that are not surfaced with asphalt or concrete, such surfacing shall be completed prior to the sale of the property or within nine (9) months of the sale of the property.In the event of neglect or migration of sediment the owner shall be given notice and required to make the necessary corrections to bring the driveway up to compliance.
5Changes in Chapter 19.51 Traffic, Parking and Access Driveway ApronsThe driveway apron is defined as the area between the sidewalk and the curb. The apron shall be installed from the street curb to the sidewalk. When there is no sidewalk, the apron shall extend a minimum of 6 feet from the back of the curb towards the property. Paved aprons shall be installed:At such time that the property gravel becomes a nuisance in street right-of- way.Aprons that are not surfaced with asphalt or concrete, such surfacing shall be completed prior to the sale of the property or within nine (9) months of the sale of the property.
6Changes in Chapter 19.51 Traffic, Parking and Access Driveway Maintenance RequirementsAll property owners shall be responsible for the long-term maintenance of the driveway and related drainage. In the event of neglect or migration of sediment the owner shall be given notice and required to make the necessary corrections to bring the driveway up to compliance.
9Off Street Parking – Districts Off-street parking, including both surface parking and enclosed parking, shall conform to the following guidelines and shall be reviewed as part of submitted site plans:All parking areas must be hard surfaced with materials to control dust and drainage, such as asphalt and concrete. Brick, pavers or gravel is a Conditional Use Permit (CUP).Access, drainage and stormwater management must be considered.Consideration must be given to the visibility and potential impact on abutting properties. Attractive landscaping and screening/fencing must be installed to block light pollution.
10Off Street Parking – Residential District Proprieties with three (3) or more unrelated residents shall have designated parking stalls. Permitted cars will have either numbered parking stalls, hanging tags or parking stickers to identify permitted vehicles. The intent is to identify permitted vehicles to clarify ticketing and/or removal of unauthorized vehicles by the authorities.
11Off Street Parking – Overlay District Relationship to underlying zoning district classification.Requirements for permitted uses, conditional uses, lot area, lot width, yards, off-street parking, lot coverage, building height, signage, and park fees remain the same as the underlying zoning district to which the overlay zoning is applied unless specifically described in this overlay district.
12Partner with University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (UW-W) UW-W is doing an inventory of the current parking. This report should be finished & available in 4 to 6 months.UW-Whitewater is currently working on its Master Plan. The Plan is set to debut in September.
13Undertake a watershed or neighborhood stormwater studies - District Yard Requirements.Minimum yard requirements in the R-1 district are as follows:Front, twenty-five (25) feet, corner lot, twenty-five (25) feet (not more than forty (40%) percent of the front yard may be impervious surface except as a conditional use);Side, ten (10) feet, corner lot twenty-five (25) feet;Rear, thirty (30) feet;Shore, seventy-five (75) feet.(Ord. 994 § 3.6(E), 1982)
14Undertake a watershed or neighborhood stormwater studies - District Lot Coverage.Maximum impervious area lot coverage in the R-1 district is forty (40%) percent, unless a lower percentage is required by the stormwater ordinance. Any lot with over forty (40%) percent of impervious surface requires stormwater mitigation.
16Add to DistrictsOne (1) accessory structure may be located in the front or side yard if the following requirements are met.The total square footage of the front yard is greater than or equal to 43,560 square feet.Minimum front yard setback of the accessory structure must be fifty (50) feetMinimum side yard setback of the accessory structure must be ten (10) feet, or corner lot, twenty-five (25) feet
17B-1 Residential Use 19.27.020 Permitted uses. Existing residences regulated by R-2 dimensional standards (GG)New residential uses meeting the standards of the R-3 district, when mixed with permitted uses in a unified project (HH); Permitted uses.New residential uses meeting the standards of the R-3 district, when mixed with conditional uses in a unified project (I) Conditional uses.Existing residences regulated by R-3 standards (GG) Permitted uses.New residential construction or existing residential modification resulting in addition of units or bedrooms. The residential must meet the standards of the R-3 district. Conditional uses.
18Residential Use in Non Residential Districts First Floor Residents may be permitted if it meets the following standards.The Unit is ADA compliantThere is no main street access