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A. Purpose

The R-1 district is intended to provide for urban residential development, with gross densities generally below 4 units per acre. These areas generally include single-family detached and attached dwellings on relatively large lots with supporting community facilities and urban services, including municipal water and sanitary sewer service. The R-1 district will typically be used for single-family development that is provided with municipal water and sewer service.

TABLE 4.5 – SITE DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

 
 

Regulator

1-Family Detached

1-Family Attached

Other Permitted Uses

 

Maximum Site Area per Housing Unit

10,000

6,000

 
 

Minimum Lot Area

7,500 square feet

5,000 per unit

7,500

 

Minimum Lot Width (feet)

75

45 per unit

75

 

Minimum Yards (feet)

Front Yard

Side Yard (Note 1)

Street Side Yard

Rear Yard Area

 

25

15

20

20

 

25

15

20

20

 

25

15

20

20

 

Maximum Height (feet)

35

35

35

 

Maximum Building Coverage

40%

40%

40%

 

Maximum Impervious Coverage

50%

50%

50%

 

Maximum Amount of Total Parking Located in Street Yard

NA

NA

NA

           

 

Setbacks may be adjusted to allow for lot clustering and in order to comply with the overall intent of the Conservation Development regulations.

Note 1 - Single-Family Attached Development: Single-family attached development requires site plan approval.

Note 3: Subdivision of property for residential use is not allowed in the one half mile buffer zone around the active industrial waste monofill operation at the Douglas County RDF Landfill site, the industrial waste monofill site located south of the Douglas County RDF Landfill site permitted by Conditional Use Permit issued to Waste Management and the Pheasant Point Landfill. (amended March 18, 2008)

B. Additional Requirements

All new subdivisions and lots must comply with the Conservation Development regulations in Article 7.


 



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