ARTICLE A.  R-1-11,000 RESIDENTIAL ZONElinklink

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10-4A-1: LEGISLATIVE INTENT:
10-4A-2: PERMITTED USES:
10-4A-3: CONDITIONAL USES:
10-4A-4: AREA AND WIDTH REQUIREMENTS:
10-4A-5: ACCESS REQUIREMENTS:
10-4A-6: LOCATION REQUIREMENTS:
10-4A-7: UTILITY REQUIREMENTS:
10-4A-8: DWELLING REQUIREMENTS:

10-4A-1: LEGISLATIVE INTENT: linklink


A. The R-1-11,000 residential zone covers the portion of the city that is primarily intended for single-family residential development on moderate sized lots of approximately one-fourth (1/4) acre. Uses in the zone include a commingling of single-family dwellings and parks, playgrounds, schools, churches and other community facilities typically located within a residential neighborhood and intended to serve the residents thereof. The zone is characterized by spacious lots, uncrowded buildings, and quiet residential conditions favorable to the rearing of children. Owners and developers of property within this zone should bear in mind that primacy is given to residential development and maintain their properties in recognition thereof.


B. The provisions of this zone are intended to implement the objectives of the high density residential areas identified in the city general plan and are hereby declared to be consistent therewith.


C. The specific regulations necessary for the accomplishment of the intent of the zone are hereinafter set forth. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)

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10-4A-2: PERMITTED USES: linklink

The following buildings, structures and uses of land shall be permitted upon compliance with the applicable requirements of this title:

Churches.

Customary household pets, but not including kennels.

Customary residential accessory structures.

Foster care homes containing not more than four (4) foster care occupants.

Gardens, orchards and field crops.

Public agency parks and playgrounds.

Single-family dwellings. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998; amd. 2004 Code; Ord. 04-15-2014A, 4-15-2014)
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10-4A-3: CONDITIONAL USES: linklink

The following buildings, structures and uses of land shall be permitted upon compliance with the applicable requirements of this title and after approval has been given by the designated review agency:

Accessory apartment.

Assisted living facility for elderly persons.

Conventional subdivision projects, subject to compliance with the applicable provisions of this zone and the city subdivision ordinance.

Fences, walls and hedges subject to the requirements of section 10-5-18 of this title.

Flexible design subdivision projects having a density of not greater than four (4) dwelling units per net acre, subject to the applicable provisions of chapter 6, article C of this title.

Home occupations, subject to the provisions of title 3, chapter 1 of this code.

Small animal units. See section 10-5-33, "Small Animals Or Fowl", of this title.

Water, sewer and utility transmission lines and facilities required as an incidental part of a conventional subdivision, flexible design subdivision or other approved development project in the zone and subject to approval by the city council. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998; amd. Ord. 4-21-98B, 4-21-1998; 2004 Code; Ord. 9-18-2007A, 9-18-2007; Ord. 1-19-2010A, 1-19-2010; Ord. 11-9-2010B, 11-9-2010; Ord. 9-20-2011B, 9-20-2011; Ord. 1-3-2012B, 1-3-2012, eff. 2-21-2012)
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10-4A-4: AREA AND WIDTH REQUIREMENTS: linklink

The minimum area, width and depth requirements for a zoning lot shall be as follows:

Use   Minimum
Area  
Minimum
Width1  
Minimum
Depth1  
Single-family dwellings2   11,000 sq. ft.     110 ft.  
  Interior lots     90 ft.    
  Corner lots     100 ft.    
Churches   2.5 acres   200 ft.    
Schools   5 acres   200 ft.    
1Standards for determining compliance with lot width and depth requirements are set forth under section 10-5-19 of this title.
2These minimum area, width and depth requirements shall be applicable to individual parcels and lots in conventional subdivision projects. Minimum zone lot requirements for flexible design subdivisions shall be established in accordance with the specific requirements for such projects.  

(Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)
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10-4A-5: ACCESS REQUIREMENTS: linklink

Each lot shall abut upon and have direct access to a city street. The distance of said abutting side shall be not less than the minimum width requirement of the zone, except that the length of the abutting side may be reduced to not less than sixty feet (60') when the lot fronts upon a cul-de-sac or curve in a designated city street and the lot lines radiate in such a manner that the width of the lot will meet or exceed the minimum lot width requirements as determined in accordance with the provisions of section 10-5-19 of this title. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)
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10-4A-6: LOCATION REQUIREMENTS: linklink


A. Main Buildings: All dwellings and other main buildings and structures shall be set back in accordance with the following:

1. Front Setback: All dwellings and other main buildings shall be set back not less than thirty feet (30') from the front lot line that abuts on any existing or proposed public street.

2. Side Setback:

a. Interior Lots: All dwellings and other main buildings shall be set back not less than eight feet (8') from any side lot line and the combined total setback distance of opposite side setbacks shall be not less than twenty feet (20'). (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998; amd. 2004 Code)

b. Corner Lots; Side Abutting A Street: All dwellings and other main buildings shall be set back not less than thirty feet (30') from the side lot line that abuts on an existing or proposed street, except that in the instance of corner lots in subdivisions approved prior to June 1, 1998, and having a lot width of ninety five feet (95') or less, the side setback requirement adjacent to a street shall be reduced to twenty five feet (25'). (Ord. 7-7-98A, 7-7-1998)

3. Rear Setback:

a. Interior Lots: All dwellings or other main buildings shall be set back not less than twenty five feet (25') from the rear lot line.

b. Corner Lots: All dwellings and other main buildings shall be set back not less than twenty five feet (25') from the rear lot line, except that where a garage is attached to the rear of the dwelling, the required rear setback for said garage may be reduced to not less than twelve feet (12') as measured from the rear lot line to the closest part of the building. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)

4. Measurement Of Setbacks: Compliance with minimum setback requirements shall be determined in accordance with the provisions of section 10-5-5 of this title. (Ord. 7-7-98A, 7-7-1998)


B. Accessory Buildings: All accessory buildings shall be located in accordance with the following:

1. Setback From Main Building; Front Setback: Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than twelve feet (12') to the rear of the closest rear wall of the main building, and not less than twelve feet (12') from the closest side wall of the main building. Accessory buildings that are located twelve feet (12') or closer to a main building shall be considered as part of the main building. Where no main building exists on a lot, a detached accessory building shall be set back not less than seventy five feet (75') from the front lot line.

2. Side Setback; Corner Lot, Side Abutting A Street: Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than thirty feet (30') from the side lot line that abuts on a street.

3. Side And Rear Setback; Interior Lot Line: Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than five feet (5') from any interior side or rear lot line. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)

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10-4A-7: UTILITY REQUIREMENTS: linklink

All dwellings and other structures used for human occupancy shall be served with adequate utilities, as follows:


A. The city culinary water system.


B. The city sanitary sewer system.


C. Electric, natural gas and telephone systems.


D. The city pressurized irrigation system.


E. The city stormwater system. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998; amd. 2004 Code)

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10-4A-8: DWELLING REQUIREMENTS: linklink


A. Area Of Dwellings: Each dwelling shall conform to one of the following:

1. The dwelling shall contain a main floor living area of not less than one thousand two hundred (1,200) square feet; or

2. The dwelling shall meet or exceed all of the following:

a. The dwelling shall have a total "building footprint area" of not less than one thousand four hundred (1,400) square feet as measured from the outside of the foundation wall;

b. Not less than one thousand (1,000) square feet of the "building footprint area" shall be devoted exclusively to living space (portions of the footprint area occupied by garages, porches, breezeways and similar areas shall be excluded); and

c. The dwelling shall contain a total living area of not less than one thousand eight hundred (1,800) square feet located on building floors or levels, located entirely above the finished grade of the ground surface adjacent to the foundation of the structure. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)


B. Minimum Dimension: The minimum width or length dimension of any dwelling as measured from the outside wall shall be not less than twenty four feet (24'). Nonliving spaces such as garages, porches, breezeways and similar areas shall not be included in determining compliance with this requirement. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998; amd. 2004 Code)


C. Height Of Building:

1. The maximum height of any dwelling shall be thirty five feet (35') in height as measured to the ridgeline of the roof. The maximum height of any accessory building shall be twenty feet (20') to the ridgeline of the roof. Both the dwelling and the accessory building height shall be measured from the highest finished grade of the ground surface adjacent to the foundation of the structure from the front elevation to the ridgeline. (Ord. 10-20-98A, 10-20-1998; amd. 2004 Code)

2. Chimneys, television antennas, and similar ancillary structures not used for human occupancy shall be excluded in determining height; provided, that no such ancillary structure shall extend to a height in excess of ten feet (10') above the building. (Ord. 3-20-2012B, 3-20-2012)

3. The minimum height of a building used as a dwelling shall be not less than eight feet (8'). (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)


D. Off Street Parking:

1. Not less than two (2) off street parking spaces shall be required for each dwelling unit. Each off street parking space shall be not less than ten feet by twenty feet (10' x 20') per space.

2. Not less than two (2) off street parking spaces appurtenant to a dwelling shall be enclosed within a garage.

3. Parking of recreational vehicles, boats, trailers, etc., is permitted within the optional enclosure area, in a private driveway or directly adjacent to the garage/driveway on an approved surface. (Ord. 10-20-2009C, 10-20-2009)


E. Special Provisions: All dwellings shall conform to the special provisions relating to dwellings set forth under section 10-5-5 of this title. (Ord. 2-17-98A, 2-17-1998)

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