Chapter 11.07 : RS-M Residential Suburban-Manufactured Home District

Sections:

11.07.010 Intent
11.07.020 Permitted Uses
11.07.030 Lot Area and Width
11.07.040 Lot Coverage and Floor Area
11.07.050 Yards
11.07.060 Building Height
11.07.070 Off-Street Parking
11.07.080 Animal Enclosures-Setbacks
11.07.090 Manufactured Home Installation Standards
11.07.100 Permitted Conditional Uses.

11.07.010 Intent. The intent of this district is to provide for reasonable single-family development, including manufactured homes, in areas not served by central sewer and water or areas with physical limitations.

11.07.020 Permitted Uses.

1). Accessory uses.
2). Agricultural uses (subject to subsection 11.07.080).
3). Barns and animal shelters.
4). Commercial Kennel.
5). Conditional uses provided in Section 11.07.100 of this Ordinance and subject to the provisions as prescribed.
6). Family Day Care Home.
7). Home occupations.
8). Manufactured Homes, subject to the following restrictions:

(a). Manufactured homes shall have a minimum width of not less than 14 feet.
(b). Manufactured homes shall have a minimum roof pitch of not less than a 3 foot rise for each 12 feet of horizontal run.
(c). Manufactured homes shall have a roof constructed of non-metallic materials
(d). Manufactured homes shall have the wheels and tongue removed or camouflaged to the extent that they are not exposed.

9). Newly Constructed One-family dwellings.
10). Open Space.
11). Temporary buildings for and during construction only.
12). The keeping of animal and fowl for family food production and the keeping of horses for private use, together with their dependent young, hereinafter set forth per 2 1/2 acres:

One horse, or one cow, or two sheep, or two hogs, or two goats, or ten rabbits, or 26 fowl (chickens, pheasants, pigeons, etc.), or six larger fowl (ducks, geese, turkeys, etc.) or any combinations thereof.

13). Private and Public Child Care facilities.
14). Private and Public Day Care Homes.

11.07.030 Lot Area and Width. Lot area for this district shall be determined by existing soil conditions, groundwater conditions, and other limitations for urban development. Under no circumstances, except as provide in Chapters 11.26 and 11.28 of this code, shall the lot area be less than one acre with a lit width not less than 150 feet.

11.07.040 Lot Coverage and Floor Area. Not more than 15 percent of the lot area shall be occupied by the principal and accessory buildings. Each newly constructed dwelling and each manufactured home shall have a minimum of 700 square feet.

11.07.050 Yards. Every lot shall have the following minimum yards:

Front Yard 35 feet
Rear Yard 25 feet
Side Yards 25 feet each side.

11.07.060 Building Height. Maximum building height in this district shall be 24 feet.

11.07.070 Off-Street Parking. Two off-street parking spaces shall be provided for each dwelling unit. Residential off-street parking spaces and access areas shall be constructed to a minimum standard of at least a 3 inch depth of 1 1/2 to 2 inch minus road mix. Off-street parking for non residential uses shall be provided as specified in Chapter 11.24 of this code.

11.07.080 Animal Enclosures-Setbacks. Except for pastures, any stable, barn, hutch, pen, shed, or other such structure built to enclose or house animals or fowl shall be not less than 100 feet from any structure used for human occupancy, and shall be set back not less than 50 feet from any property line.

11.07.090 Manufactured Home Installation Standards. Manufactured homes will be installed as per the requirements set forth in Chapter 11.22.

11.07.100 Permitted Conditional Uses. The following uses may be permitted as conditional uses in the RS-Residential Suburban District:

1). Churches
2). Country Clubs
3). Golf Courses
4). Private and Public Schools, Elementary
5). Private and Public Schools, Junior High
6). Private and Public Schools, High
7). Private and Public Parks
8). Private and Public Playgrounds
9). Private and Public Trade or Technical Schools
10). Private and Public Universities and Colleges
11). Recreational Vehicle Parks
12). Relocated One-family Dwelling Units.
13). Veterinary Clinics