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Editor's Note - An ordinance enacted 6-29-1998 repealed former Subdivision 54, Dwelling Unit, Rooming House.
The length of any one (1) property line of a lot that abuts a public street. All sides of a lot adjacent to public streets shall be considered frontage and yards shall be provided as indicated in this Chapter.
|R-1||One-Family Dwelling District|
|R-2||One- and Two-Family Dwelling District|
|R-3||Limited Multiple Dwelling District|
|R-4||Multiple Dwelling District|
|R-T||Residential Transition District|
|I||Institutional Overlay District|
|MH||Mobile Home Overlay District|
|CBD-C||Central Business District-Core|
|CBD-F||Central Business District-Fringe|
|B-1||Community Business District|
|B-2||General Business District|
|B-3||Highway Business District|
|PI||Planned Industrial District|
|M-1||Light Industrial District|
A minimum lot area of eight thousand (8,000) square feet shall be provided for all other principal buildings and uses in the R-1, One-Family Dwelling District.
The R-3, Limited Multiple-Dwelling District, is intended to provide for medium density residential development. The redevelopment of infill development within existing established neighborhoods shall assure that buildings are compatible in mass and scale with those of building adjacent to the proposed development and maintain the traditional scale of buildings as seen along the street.
Except as specifically limited herein, the following uses are permitted in the R-3, Limited Multiple-Dwelling District:
The minimum buildable lot area for the R-3, Limited Multiple-Dwelling Residential District, is as follows:
2. The transitional yard shall extend the entire length of the abutting Residential district boundary.
3. The transitional yard shall not be required to be more than ten (10) feet in depth.
4. The transitional yard shall be landscaped in conformance with Section 10.88.
The height of a building in the B-1, Community Business District shall not exceed thirty five (35) feet.
Subpart 2. Application. The standards of the Commercial Gateway Overlay District shall be applied to those parcels and lots within commercial zoning districts that are located within 500 feet from the center line intersection of an arterial and collector and 500 feet from the center line of the intersection of two collectors. Street arterials and collectors are depicted on Figure 12, Future Functional Classification System, Mankato Area Transportation and Planning Study (as amended from time to time).
Subpart 3. Minimum Lot Area. The minimum lot area in the CGT, Commercial Gateway Overlay District, is seven thousand (7,000) square feet.
Subpart 4. Minimum Street Frontage. The minimum street frontage in the CGT, Commercial Gateway Overlay District, shall be seventy-five (75) feet, with a maximum street frontage of two hundred (200) feet.
Subpart 5. Yards and Setbacks. The yard and setback requirements for the CGT, Commercial Gateway Overlay District, are as follows:
Subpart 6. Maximum Ground Coverage. The sum total of ground area that may be covered by all structures located on the zoning lot in the CGT, Commercial Gateway Overlay District, shall not exceed seventy-five percent (75%) of the lot area.
Subpart 7. Maximum Floor Area Ratio. The maximum floor area ratio in the CGT, Commercial Gateway Overlay District, shall be 1.5.
Where outside storage of materials, equipment, and product is permitted, or is conditionally permitted, in commercial or industrial zoning districts, such outside storage shall conform to the following provisions:
4. The product is displayed immediately adjacent to the front or corner side of the building, the product is not to be placed within a required front, side, corner side, or rear yard, and the product does not restrict fire access or handicap accessibility. The product or displays shall not be placed within a delineated parking area. An unoccupied area of not less than 3 feet in width shall be provided for pedestrian access between any outside display and vehicle overhang areas of any adjacent parking lot.
Pursuant to the procedures set forth in Section 10.82 Subdivision 19, the following parcels are designated as heritage preservation landmarks or heritage preservation districts:
Subdivision 1. Heritage preservation landmarks:
Subd. 2. Heritage preservation districts: (to be left blank until surveys and designation approved by City Council).
|GENERAL LAND USE CLASSIFICATION||WEEKDAYS|
12 a.m. - 7 a.m.
7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
6 p.m. - 12 a.m.
|Office & Industrial||5%||100%||5%|
0% (not open)
|GENERAL LAND USE CLASSIFICATION||WEEKENDS|
|12 a.m. - 7 a.m.||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.||6 p.m. - 12 a.m.|
|Office & Industrial||0%||100%||10%|
0% (not open)
|12 a.m. - 7 a.m.||7 a.m. - 6 p.m.||6 p.m. - 12 a.m.|
|USE||PARKING SPACES REQUIRED|
|One-Family, Two-Family and Multiple-Family||Two (2) spaces per dwelling unit.|
|Congregate Housing||One-half (1/2) space per dwelling unit.|
|Fraternity/Sorority House||Two (2) spaces per each three (3) occupants.|
|Dormitories||Two (2) spaces per each three (3) occupants.|
|Nursing Home, Rest Home, Convalescent Facility||One (1) for each four (4) beds, plus one (1) for each three (3) employees.|
|Rental Properties (Ord. of 6-29-1998)||Refer to Chapter 13|
|General||One (1) space per two hundred (200) sq. ft. of retail or sales floor area, unless specifically noted.|
|Automobile Service (No convenience)||Three (3) spaces per service stall, plus one (1) for each employee on major shift and two (2) stalls per pump.|
|Banks||One (1) space per two hundred fifty (250) sq. ft. of gross floor area.|
|Convenience Store||Without Gas Pumps - One (1) space per two hundred (200) sq. ft. of sales area.|
|With Gas Pumps - One (1) space per two hundred (200) sq. ft. of retail sales area, plus two (2) spaces per each pump (parking adjacent to each pump may be used to satisfy retail parking requirement provided stall dimensions are conforming to Section 10.85, Subd. 14).|
|Drive-Thru Facility||Three (3) off-street stacking spaces per drive- thru lane.|
|Furniture and Appliance||One (1) space per four hundred (400) sq. ft. of gross sales floor area, and one (1) space per employee on major shift.|
|Hotel or Motel||One (1) space per unit, plus one (1) space per four (4) seats located in an accessory restaurant and/or lounge and one (1) space per each two (2) employees.|
|Mini-Storage||One (1) parking stall for every two (2) storage units. A parking space adjacent to a storage unit may be counted as one (1) parking space.|
|Restaurant and eating and non-alcoholic drinking establishments||One (1) space per each four (4) seats, one (1) space for each two (2) employees on major shift, one (1) space for each delivery vehicle, and one (1) space for customer food pick-up.|
|Bar||One parking space for every four (4) permitted occupants of the building as determined by the City Building Official and City Fire Marshall using the occupancy standards contained in Minnesota State Building and Plumbing Codes and Fire Code as adopted by the City of Mankato and as amended from time to time.|
|C.||SERVICE BUSINESS USES:|
|Automobile Repair||Three (3) spaces per service stall, plus one (1) for each employee on major shift.|
|Beauty and Barber Shops||Three (3) spaces per operator station.|
|Carwash||Three (3) off-street vehicle stacking spaces per wash stall and one (1) off-street parking space per employee on major shift.|
|Private Club||One (1) space per three (3) persons of the maximum capacity of the facility.|
|Motor Vehicle, Manufactured Home, Bicycle or Motorcycle, and Manufactured Home Sales||One (1) space per employee, one (1) space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of office area, and five (5) spaces per one thousand (1,000) sq. ft. of enclosed sales area.|
|D.||OFFICES AND RELATED USES:|
|General Standards||One (1) parking space per each two hundred fifty (250) sq. ft. of gross floor area.|
|Other Office Uses|
|Medical and Dental Offices||One (1) parking space per each two hundred (200) sq. ft. of gross floor area.|
|General Standards||One (1) space per four (4) persons of the maximum occupancy load.|
|Specific Recreational Uses|
|Auction House, Skating Rink, Health Clubs||One (1) parking space for each four hundred (400) sq. ft. of gross floor area.|
|Billiard Parlor, Dance Hall||One (1) parking space per fifty (50) sq. ft. of gross floor area.|
|Bowling Lanes||Five (5) spaces per lane, plus fifty percent (50%) of the spaces otherwise required for any accessory use (e.g., bars, restaurants).|
|Golf Courses||Five (5) parking spaces per green, plus fifty percent (50%) of the spaces otherwise required for any accessory use (e.g., bars, restaurants).|
|Indoor Movie Theater||One (1) parking space for each four (4) seats.|
|Stadium, Auditorium, Gymnasium, Community Center||One (1) parking space for each four (4) persons of the maximum occupant load.|
|Miniature Golf Course, Archery Range, Golf Driving Range||Ten (10) spaces respectively.|
|Manufacturing, Testing, Research or Lab||Four (4) off-street parking spaces, plus one (1) space per employee on the major shift, or one (1) space for each three hundred (300) sq. ft. of floor area.|
|Truck Terminals||Three (3) off-street parking spaces, plus one (1) per employee on the largest working shift.|
|Warehousing and Wholesale Business||Three (3) off-street parking spaces, plus one (1) space per employee on the largest working shift.|
|Church and Other Religious Institutional||One (1) space per four (4) seats of maximum seating capacity in largest congregation area.|
|Hospital||One (1) space per each four (4) beds, plus one (1) space per each three (3) employees on the largest shift.|
|H.||LIBRARIES / MUSEUMS:|
|General Standards||One (1) space per two hundred fifty (250) sq. ft. of floor area or one (1) space per four (4) seats at the maximum occupancy load, whichever is greater, plus one (1) space per employee on the largest work shift.|
|Elementary and Junior High||One (1) space per staff member, plus one (1) space per each two (2) classrooms.|
|Senior High School||One (1) space per staff member, plus one (1) space per five (5) students.|
|Post Secondary||One (1) space per staff member, plus one (1) space per two (2) students. In an instance where the school restricts the number of vehicles used by students and faculty, the parking requirement shall be based on the number of vehicles allowed under the restriction and other uses found on school property.|
|General Standards||One (1) space per each two hundred fifty (250) sq. ft. of floor area plus, one (1) space per staff member.|
The following terms, as used in this section, shall have the meaning stated.
|Under one acre||8 sq. ft.||32 sq ft.|
|1.01 to 10 acres||64 sq. ft.||64 sq. ft.|
|10.1 to 25 acres||150 sq. ft.||150 sq. ft.|
|25.1 plus acres||300 sq. ft.||500 sq. ft.|
Wherever the submission and approval of a landscape plan is required by this Chapter, the landscape plan and its maintenance shall be part of the Certificate of Occupancy.
No Certificate of Occupancy shall be issued without approval of a landscape plan. Failure to implement the approved landscape plan within six (6) months of the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy shall be cause for revocation of the Certificate of Occupancy pursuant to Section 10.95.
|A.||Residential Districts||Minimum Area|
|R-1, One-Family Dwelling District||Two (2) acres|
|R-2, One- and Two-Family Dwelling District||Two (2) acres|
|R-3, Limited Multiple Dwelling District||Two (2) acres|
|R-4, Multiple-Family Dwelling District||Two (2) acres|
|OR, Office Residential||Two (2) acres|
|B.||Downtown Districts||Minimum Area|
|CBD-C, Central Business District-Core||One (1) acre|
|CBD-F, Central Business District-Fringe||One (1) acre|
|C.||Business Districts||Minimum Area|
|B-1, Community Business District||Four (4) acres|
|B-2, General Business District||Four (4) acres|
|B-3, Highway Commercial District||Four (4) acres|
|D.||Industrial Districts||Minimum Area|
|PI, Planned Industrial District||Five (5) acres|
|M-1, Light Industrial District||Five (5) acres|
|M-2, Heavy Industrial District||Five (5) acres|