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  22.91 ‐ R3—Two‐family residence district.   The R3 two-family residence district is intended to allow for limited concentrations of duplex (two- family) dwellings. (a) Permitted Uses. The following uses are permitted in the R3 district: (Numbers within parentheses ( ) indicate parking class of each permitted or conditional use. For specific parking requirements, see subsection 22.242(b).) (1) Single-family detached dwellings (01). (2) Two-family detached dwelling
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    Page   1   22.91  ‐ R3—Two ‐ family   residence   district.   The R3 two-family residence district is intended to allow for limited concentrations of duplex (two-family) dwellings. (a) Permitted Uses. The following uses are permitted in the R3 district: (Numbers within parentheses ( ) indicate parking class of each permitted or conditional use. For specific parking requirements, see subsection 22.242(b).) (1) Single-family detached dwellings (01). (2) Two-family detached dwellings (01). (3) Accessory uses and buildings, incidental to and on the same zoning lot as a principal use. (b) Conditional Uses. The following conditional uses may be allowed in the R3 district, subject to the provisions of Section 22.26: (1) Assisted living establishments with a maximum of fourteen (14) occupants per residence (30). (2) Congregate housing for the elderly/senior home-sharing facility, with a maximum of fourteen (14) occupants per facility (05). (3) Cultural institutions, including public libraries, museums and art galleries (07). (4) Educational institutions as follows: (A) Elementary schools (13). (B) Junior high schools (13). (C) Senior high schools (21). (D) College or university (25). (5) Group home/community residence, with a maximum of fourteen (14) occupants per residence (05). (6) Hospitals (09). (7) Planned developments, in accordance with subsection 22.26(k) (30). (8) Public utility and service uses, and civic buildings, as follows: (A) Fire stations (08). (B) Police stations (08). (C) Telephone exchange, telephone transmission equipment buildings, and microwave relay towers (30). (D) Waterworks, reservoir, pumping station, and filtration plant (30). (E) Other municipal buildings (30). (9) Recreational and social facilities, as follows: (A) Grounds of recreational clubs, non-commercial. (B) Parks and playgrounds (17). (C) Recreational buildings and community centers, non-commercial (08). (D) Tennis clubs and courts, non-commercial (17). (10) Religious institutions, as follows: (A) Churches, chapels, temples, and synagogues (22).    Page   2   (B) Convents, seminaries, and monasteries (06). (C) Rectories, parsonages, and parish houses (06). (D) Religious retreats (06). (11) Respite home (30). (12) Senior citizen housing, with a maximum density of twenty (20) dwelling units per acre (03). (13) Waiver of yard requirements, in accordance with subsection 22.81(d). (14) Accessory uses and buildings incidental to and on the same zoning lot as a principal use, as follows: (A) Adult day center, within a public or institutional building. (B) Athletic fields and playgrounds. (C) Child day care center, pre-school, within a public or institutional building. (D) Seasonal or temporary uses, accessory to a public or institutional facility, and consistent with all pertinent requirements of this Code. (E) Secondary religious facilities servicing a principal religious institution. (F) Stadiums and grandstands in athletic fields (public). (G) Outdoor storage of building materials and equipment, and temporary buildings for construction purposes for a period not to exceed the duration of such construction; but, in no event to exceed twelve (12) months, unless such time period is extended by mutual consent of applicant and Zoning Administrator. (c) Lot Size Requirements. (1) Permitted Uses. Minimum   Lot   Area   Minimum   Lot   Frontage   Single ‐ family   detached   dwellings   7,260   sq.   ft.   50   ft.   Two ‐ family   detached   dwellings   7,260   sq.   ft.   50   ft.   (2) Conditional Uses. Minimum   Lot   Area   Minimum   Lot   Frontage   Assisted   living   establishments   7,260   sq.   ft.   50.   ft.   Congregate   housing   or   senior   home ‐ sharing   7,260   sq.   ft.   50   ft.   Cultural   institutions   25,000   sq.   ft.   100   ft.      Page   3   Educational   institutions   40,000   sq.   ft.   150   ft.   Group   homes/community   residences   7,260   sq.   ft.   50   ft.   Hospitals   5   acres   200   ft.   Planned   developments   5   acres   200   ft.   Public   utility   and   services   uses   As   specified   by   Zoning   and   Planning   Commission   Recreational   and   social   facilities   As   specified   by   Zoning   and   Planning   Commission   Religious   institutions   14,000   sq.   ft.   100   ft.   Respite   Home   7,260   sq.   ft.   50   ft.   Senior   citizen   housing   14,000   sq.   ft.   100   ft.   (3) Accessory Uses. Each accessory use may be established on the same lot as a principal use, provided that such lot meets the lot size requirements of the R3 district as provided in paragraphs a. and b. above. (d) Maximum Lot Coverage. No building, together with its accessory structures, shall occupy in excess of thirty (30) percent of the area of the lot upon which it is constructed. (e) Yard Requirements. (1) Permitted Uses. Front   Yard   Interior   Side   Yard   Corner   Side   Yard   Rear   Yard   Dwellings   25   ft.   5   ft.**   10   ft.   25   ft.   (2) Conditional Uses. Front   Yard   Interior   Side   Yard   Corner   Side   Yard   Rear   Yard   Assisted   living   establishments   25   ft.   5   ft.   10   ft.   25   ft.      Page   4   Congregate   housing   or   senior   home ‐ sharing   25   ft.   5   ft.   10   ft.   25   ft.   Cultural   institutions   45   ft.   15   ft.*   25   ft.   45   ft.   Educational   institutions   45   ft.   15   ft.*   25   ft.   45   ft.   Group   homes/community   residences   25   ft.   5   ft.   10   ft.   25   ft.   Hospitals   45   ft.   15   ft.*   25   ft.   45   ft.   Planned   developments   As   specified   by   Zoning   and   Planning   Commission.   Public   utilities   and   services   As   specified   by   Zoning   and   Planning   Commission.   Recreational   and   social   Facilities   45   ft.   15   ft.*   25   ft.   45   ft.   Religious   institutions   35   ft.   10   ft.*   25   ft.   30   ft.   Respite   home   25   ft.   5   ft.   10   ft.   25   ft.   Senior   citizen   housing   35   ft.   10   ft.*   25   ft.   30   ft.   * Plus one-foot for each two feet by which the building or structure height exceeds twenty (20) feet. ** However, on any lot which is not served by an alley and on which the main building does not have an attached garage, there shall be provided a side yard on one side of the lot of not less than nine feet in width to allow for a driveway or parking space. (3) Accessory Uses. Except as indicated below, the yard requirements of the principal uses shall apply to their accessory buildings: Interior   Side   Yard   Corner   Side   Yard   Rear   Yard   Buildings   accessory   to   dwellings   5   ft.   10   ft.   5   ft.   Stadiums   and   grandstands   in   athletic   fields   Shall   be   located   no   less   than   fifty   (50)   feet   from   the   nearest   residential   property   line   and   such   setback   area   shall   not   be   used   for   parking.  
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