Chapter 86.56
SPECIAL PROVISIONS

Sections:

86.56.005    Family day care home.

86.56.010    Reserved.

86.56.020    Repairing, cleaning, maintenance associated with permitted use.

86.56.030    Restaurants with entertainment facilities, night clubs and similar recreation facilities.

86.56.035    Drive-thru restaurants.

86.56.040    Trash storage.

86.56.045    Exception – Building height limits for development located in all zones except R-1A, R-1A(BF), R-1B, R-3 and R-4 Zones.

86.56.048    Exception – Building height limits for multiple-family and nonresidential development in the R-4 Multiple-Family Residential Zone.

86.56.050    Exceptions – Height limits.

86.56.070    Trailers, mobile homes, travel trailers, camp cars, campers.

86.56.080    Boats, ships or other watercraft.

86.56.090    Main buildings.

86.56.100    Accessory buildings.

86.56.110    Carriage house.

86.56.120    Mechanical equipment.

86.56.130    Roof dormers.

86.56.140    Roof decks and balconies above 14 feet.

86.56.159    Reserved.

86.56.160    Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, side or rear yard.

86.56.165    Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, front yard.

86.56.170    Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, street side yard.

86.56.175    Vertical barriers – Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, sight triangle for residential corner lot.

86.56.180    –

86.56.200    Reserved.

86.56.210    Repair of vehicles in Residential Zones.

86.56.220    –

86.56.559    Reserved.

86.56.560    Zoning wall or fence.

86.56.570    Exceptions – Pools.

86.56.580    Setback exceptions – Architectural projections.

86.56.590    Exceptions – Fire escapes.

86.56.595    Setback exceptions – Landscape accessory structures in front and rear yards.

86.56.600    Setback exceptions – Stairways, balconies, and decks except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.602    Setback exceptions – Stairways, balconies, decks, and bay windows for multiple-family development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.604    Setback exceptions – Encroachment of main building into required front and rear yards except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.606    Setback exceptions – Encroachment of main building into required front yard for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.608    Exceptions – Porte-cochere except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.610    Exceptions – Porches and landing places except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.615    Exceptions – Porches and landing places for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

86.56.620    Exceptions – Encroachments into building separation areas.

86.56.630    Exceptions – Average front yard setback rule.

86.56.632    Courtesy notice for residential zones.

86.56.635    Lot and building certification required.

86.56.640    Exceptions – Alley splits.

86.56.650    Illegal alley subdivisions.

86.56.660    Reserved.

86.56.670    Massage establishment.

86.56.700    Reserved.

86.56.730    Amusement device center – Location.

86.56.740    Adult video cassette activity.

86.56.750    Prediction of worldly events.

86.56.760    Exceptions – Structural coverage.

86.56.770    Private storage space for residential condominium complexes.

86.56.780    Reserved.

86.56.790    Satellite antennas.

86.56.800    Development landscaping required.

86.56.810    Historic resources.

86.56.820    Vacant premises.

86.56.830    Manufactured housing requirements.

86.56.840    Undergrounding of utilities for residential zones.

86.56.005 Family day care home.

A. “Family day care home” means a home which regularly provides care, protection, and supervision of 12 or fewer children in the provider’s own home, for periods of less than 24 hours per day, while the parents or guardians are away, of which there are two types:

1. “Large family day care home” means a home which provides family day care to seven to 12 children, inclusive, including children who reside at the home; and

2. “Small family day care home” means a home which provides family day care to six or fewer children, including children who reside at the home.

B. A large family day care home shall be subject to the applicable zoning regulations of this title including the general regulations of residential uses, subject to the following:

1. An application for a large family day care home shall be processed by the Director of Community Development in accordance with the standards presented in Section 1597.46(a)(3) of the State of California Health and Safety Code;

2. Large family day care homes shall have available for use one parking space per two employees and/or resident adults, calculated for that month, day and hour of operation when the greatest number of such employees and/or adults could be on site, but shall not be required to provide parking in excess of that required by this code for the underlying residential land use;

3. Large family day care homes shall provide a zoning wall acceptable to the Director of Community Development around rear or side yards utilized for play areas. In nonresidential zones, a zoning wall may also be required by the Director of Community Development for the front yard if it is to be utilized as a play area. Such a front yard zoning wall shall also be subject to Director review;

4. Large family day care homes shall not be permitted in the following locations in Residential Zones unless a finding is made by the Director of Community Development that closer proximity of such facilities to each other will not negatively effect the character of the specific neighborhood surrounding the proposed site for such a facility:

a. On the same block face as any other large family day care home; or

b. Within 300 feet of any other large family day care home. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.010 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.020 Repairing, cleaning, maintenance associated with permitted use.

Facilities for the repairing, cleaning or maintenance of materials associated with the primary or accessory use shall be subject to the following minimum requirements:

A. All buildings and equipment shall observe the same yard requirements applicable to all buildings within the zone.

B. Such facilities shall be surrounded by a solid masonry wall or chain link fence subject to Community Development Department approval, not less than six feet in height, with lockable gates at all access points.

C. The wall or fence shall be set back not less than 15 feet from the principal street frontage and the space between the wall and street lot line provided with permanent landscaping and adequate sprinklers or appropriate automatic irrigation devices.

D. The wall or fence may be waived by the Planning Commission if they find there would be no detrimental effect on the adjacent areas by elimination of this requirement. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.030 Restaurants with entertainment facilities, night clubs and similar recreation facilities.

Restaurants with entertainment facilities, nightclubs, and similar recreation facilities shall comply with the following provisions:

A. Any such use shall show that adequate controls or measures will be taken to prevent offensive noise or vibration in conformance with the noise ordinance of the City.

B. They will not be a nuisance to residences or other adjacent uses. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.035 Drive-thru restaurants.

Drive-thru restaurants are prohibited. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.040 Trash storage.

Any change of land use or buildings constructed, reconstructed, enlarged, added to or structurally altered in all Multiple-Family, Commercial and Industrial Zones shall provide for adequate trash storage as follows:

A. All trash areas shall be enclosed within a minimum five-foot-high masonry wall or fence.

B. At no time shall the trash exceed the height of the fence or wall.

C. The precise location of any trash area shall be approved by the Community Development Department upon review of the site plan.

D. The trash enclosure shall be permanently and continuously maintained. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.045 Exception – Building height limits for development located in all zones except R-1A, R-1A(BF), R-1B, R-3 and R-4 Zones.

For all zones except R-1A, R-1A(BF), R-1B, R-3 and R-4 Zones, in no case shall the average height of a roof’s highest ridge or the average height of a parapet exceed by more than 10 percent the maximum building height permitted in the zone. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.048 Exception – Building height limits for multiple-family and nonresidential development in the R-4 Multiple-Family Residential Zone.

A. For multiple-family and nonresidential development in the R-4 Multiple-Family Residential Zone with a flat roof and parapet, mansard, or sloped roof less than 2:12, cable railing systems that are 90 percent transparent may extend two feet beyond the allowable building height.

B. For multiple-family and nonresidential development in the R-4 Multiple-Family Residential Zone, a maximum of 20 percent of allowable lot coverage (building footprint) can be increased to 40 feet in building height if the following criteria are met:

1. The roof increased beyond 35 feet has a pitch equal to or greater than 2:12.

2. The building volume of the main building adjoining or adjacent to the building bulk of the structure increased beyond 35 feet is reduced in a proportionate fashion so that the net result is that the total building volume of all structures is not increased.

3. The increased building height shall be compatible with adjoining properties as determined by the Design Review Commission. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.050 Exceptions – Height limits.

Height limitations imposed in this title shall not apply to:

A. Church spires, flagpoles and monuments erected on public property, and similar architectural features when approved by the Design Review Commission;

B. Vents and chimneys. In no case shall the height or bulk of said items exceed the minimum height or bulk required by the Uniform Building Code;

C. Cupolas, domes, towers, sky lights, spires, flagpoles or masts, and similar architectural features (excluding enclosed or covered structures providing access to roofs or roof decks, which are not allowed to exceed height limits, e.g., enclosed or covered stairwells or elevators) in accordance with the following limits:

1. Single-family dwelling or duplex main buildings in all zones except for the R-1A(BF) Subzone:

a. The total of said features shall not exceed 100 square feet and 10 feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 25 feet in height;

b. The total of said features shall not exceed 36 square feet and six feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 28 feet in height;

c. The total of said features shall not exceed 16 square feet and four feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 33 feet in height;

d. The total of said features shall not exceed one square foot and one foot in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 35 feet in height.

2. Multiple-family dwellings or nonresidential main buildings in the R-3 Zone:

a. The total of said features shall not exceed 100 square feet and 10 feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 30 feet in height;

b. The total of said features shall not exceed 36 square feet and six feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 33 feet in height;

c. The total of said features shall not exceed 16 square feet and four feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 38 feet in height;

d. The total of said features shall not exceed one square foot and one foot in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 40 feet in height.

3. Multiple-family dwellings or nonresidential main buildings in nonresidential zones:

a. The total of said features shall not exceed 100 square feet and 10 feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 40 feet in height;

b. The total of said features shall not exceed 36 square feet and six feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 43 feet in height;

c. The total of said features shall not exceed 16 square feet and four feet in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 48 feet in height;

d. The total of said features shall not exceed one square foot and one foot in width or diameter on any one side up to a maximum of 50 feet in height;

D. Elevator shafts and mechanical equipment associated with multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone cannot exceed 35 feet in height subject to the following conditions:

1. Mechanical equipment shall not exceed an area of 25 square feet per dwelling unit.

2. Mechanical equipment shall be architecturally compatible with the building and be approved by the Design Review Commission. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.070 Trailers, mobile homes, travel trailers, camp cars, campers.

A. It is unlawful to use a trailer, travel trailer, mobile home, camp car, camper, or similar vehicle for living or sleeping purposes on private property, except for temporary period(s) not to exceed 10 days during any 90-day period by guests or visitors of residents and/or homeowners of the City, subject to the locational restrictions specified for unoccupied vehicles of this type in subsection B of this section.

B. A trailer, travel trailer, mobile home, camp car, camper or similar vehicle may be stored only upon the rear of the property owned or rented by the owner of said motor vehicle or trailer.

C. It is unlawful to park or store a trailer, travel trailer, mobile home, camp car, camper or similar vehicle greater than 18 feet in length, 95 inches in width, or six feet in height (including its cargo) on any portion of the lot between the main building and the front property line including a driveway in said area, except for temporary period(s) not to exceed 10 days during any 90-day period.

D. It is unlawful to use a trailer, travel trailer, mobile home, camper or similar vehicle for office purposes in any zone, except that a general contractor and/or property owner or lessee may obtain a temporary permit for the parking of one or more such vehicles described above for watchmen, supervisory or other personnel, or for use as a temporary office at or immediately adjoining a major construction site upon commencement of such construction. Any such permit shall be issued by the Director of Community Development, after an application, in writing, is submitted by the general contractor specifying the following:

1. The number of such vehicles and number of personnel to occupy such vehicles;

2. The hours during which such personnel will occupy such vehicles;

3. The total period for which such permit is sought; and

4. All trailers for which a permit is issued shall be removed from the premises within 10 days from notification of expiration of the temporary permit or an extension thereof. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.080 Boats, ships or other watercraft.

A. It is unlawful to use a boat, ship or any other watercraft for living or sleeping purposes except when moored at an authorized water berth designed for such purpose.

B. Boats or boat trailers shall be placed, kept or maintained only upon the rear of the property of the resident if accessible for such use, and if not accessible, the side yard (except one of the required side yards shall remain unobstructed) area may be utilized for such purpose and screening from public view is encouraged.

C. It is unlawful to park or store a boat, boat trailer, or a boat on a trailer greater than 18 feet in length, 95 inches in width, or six feet in height on any portion of the lot between the main building and the front property line, including a driveway in said area, except for temporary period(s) not to exceed 10 days during any 90-day period. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.090 Main buildings.

There shall be a minimum 10-foot separation between all main buildings on a lot except for main buildings in the R-1A Zone and R-1A Subzones which shall maintain a minimum 20-foot separation. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.100 Accessory buildings.

A. An accessory building may be erected detached from the main building on a lot.

B. Any accessory building attached to the main building shall be made structurally a part of the main building and shall comply in all respects with the requirements of this title applicable to the main building prior to said attachment. A structural attachment shall consist of the following minimum standards:

1. It shall be made an integral part of the structure of the main building by providing an adjoining foundation as well as vertical and horizontal building elements.

2. It shall constitute an enclosed or enclosable space for the purpose of providing a functional use for the attachment, such as, but not limited to, a habitable room, storage or laundry facility. Roof connections, fences, walls, patio covers, and aboveground utilities shall not be considered as structural attachments.

C. Accessory buildings shall be separated from all other accessory buildings, patios, covered parking and similar structures by a distance of at least six feet or may be attached.

D. Accessory buildings may occupy not more than 25 percent of a required rear yard, provided such buildings are located at least 10 feet from the nearest part of a main building, are not more than one story (except for a “carriage house”) and comply with the zone height limit for accessory buildings.

E. Detached garages and/or covered parking required to comply with Chapter 86.58 CMC (Off-Street Parking) shall not be limited by the foregoing 25 percent structural coverage requirement and may be located at least six feet from the nearest part of a main building or may be attached to the main building. That portion extending into the required rear yard shall not exceed one story and shall comply with the zone height limit for accessory buildings.

F. Metal storage buildings not exceeding 100 square feet in area must maintain required side and rear yard setbacks for accessory buildings but shall not be required to meet any building separation requirements. Metal storage buildings exceeding 100 square feet shall comply with all requirements pertaining to accessory buildings.

G. In any case where a through lot has a depth of not more than 140 feet, accessory buildings may be located in one of the required front yards; provided, every portion of such building is at least 10 feet from the nearest lot line, does not exceed one story and complies with the zone height limit for accessory buildings.

H. An accessory building shall not constitute a separate dwelling unit. Accessory buildings that are “habitable units” shall not contain a kitchen and shall be only for use by the resident of the main building or such resident’s guests. Accessory buildings or “habitable units” within accessory buildings shall not be rented, let or leased independent of the main building for any lot. Except as otherwise provided herein, no building or portions of buildings shall be leased apart from the entire parcel, and any agreement to rent, let, or lease any portion of a building, home, or lot contrary to the provisions of this subsection shall be a violation of this chapter unless it includes all buildings and all habitable units on the lot or parcels comprising the residential lot as the defined tenancy under the lease.

A covenant prepared by the City of Coronado, signed by the property owner and recorded by the San Diego County Recorder’s Office outlining the regulations of accessory buildings and habitable units shall be required prior to construction plans being approved and a building permit being issued for conversion to, or construction of, a habitable unit or carriage house.

1. Notwithstanding the restrictions on the lease of portions of buildings provided in this subsection H, an owner of a property may enter into a lease for any habitable unit in a home in which the property owner is also residing, which is not located in an accessory building or structure.

2. Nothing herein shall permit the lease of a room as a “habitable unit” where the room is separated from the home or building by means of walls or doors locked, or lockable, from the main building or home in order to prevent entry, and where the tenant is required to access the unit from an exterior door not shared by the owner or any other occupants of the building or home. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.110 Carriage house.

One “carriage house” shall be permitted on single-family residential and single-family residential subzone lots that have both street and alley access subject to all of the following standards:

A. The second story of the main dwelling is set back a minimum of 50 percent of the lot depth from the rear property line, except that the second story of the main dwelling may encroach into said 50 percent setback a maximum of five percent of the lot depth for no more than half of the rear facade width, provided there is an equal or greater volume of building set back the same distance beyond said 50 percent setback line.

B. There is a minimum of 25-foot open space between any part of the main dwelling and the first and second story of the carriage house building, not including a maximum of one open and unenclosed stairway providing access to the second story of the carriage house building.

C. There shall be a minimum setback of five feet from the rear property line for the first story and a minimum of three feet and maximum of six feet setback from the rear property line for the second story.

D. A minimum of 60 percent of the second-story facade along the alley shall be offset from the first-story facade a minimum of 24 inches towards the alley (an additional 12-inch eave is permitted) or a minimum of 12 inches towards the main dwelling.

E. No portion of the second story of the carriage house building is permitted to extend beyond 26 feet from the rear property line (excluding one open, unenclosed stairway).

F. No carriage house building shall exceed 600 square feet on the first story and 400 square feet on the second story (not including one open, unenclosed stairway).

G. Off-street parking spaces shall be provided on the first story of the carriage house building in accordance with the underlying zone requirements.

H. The exterior of the second-story habitable space shall not exceed 22 feet in width along the facade which is most parallel to the alley.

I. No portion of the second story is permitted to project beyond the first story except adjoining the alley.

J. “Architectural projections” as permitted in other sections of this code shall be allowed to project into the required setbacks or building separation area, except for “bay, bow, or garden windows,” which shall not be permitted to encroach into the required setbacks or building separation area, except along the alley as permitted in subsection D of this section.

K. No portion of the second-story main roof, dormers, or roof architectural features of a carriage house building with a 3:12 or greater roof pitch shall have a pitch of less than 3:12 (first-story roof elements may vary).

L. One 16-square-foot (i.e., four feet by four feet) open, unenclosed stair landing place shall be allowed at the second-story level entrance to the carriage house and one intermediate landing not to exceed 16 square feet if an L-shaped stair or 32 square feet if a U-shaped stair shall be permitted.

M. Access to the second story shall only be external to the carriage house building with an open and unenclosed stair with the foot of said access stairs only entered from the main dwelling side of the structure.

N. Other than along the side property line, no fence is allowed within the required open space between the carriage house building and the main dwelling, except for a transparent temporary construction fence.

O. A trellis, attached to the main house and not to exceed 14 feet in height at highest point, is allowed in required open space between structures.

P. No balconies or roof decks of any kind are allowed on a carriage house building.

Q. The use of a carriage house building shall be in accordance with CMC 86.56.100(H) for accessory buildings.

R. Architectural style and materials shall be compatible with the main dwelling. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.120 Mechanical equipment.

A. Setbacks. Mechanical equipment greater than 24 inches above “grade” shall not encroach into the required front, side or rear yards except that the side and rear yard need not exceed five feet. If located on a roof, the equipment shall be positioned a minimum of two feet from an exterior facade.

B. Required Screening. In all zones, all mechanical equipment where the top of said equipment is greater than six feet above “grade” shall be screened on all sides. The required screening shall be part of the building architecture and not a freestanding wall and said equipment or screening shall not protrude above the daylight plane or building height limit. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.130 Roof dormers.

A. A dormer with its lowest point of the vertical face above the ceiling joists of a second story, or greater than 18 feet in height above “grade,” or a dormer with window openings into an attic above a second story, and which faces a side, front, or rear yard, shall be subject to the following requirements:

1. Each dormer facing a side property line shall be set back from the exterior side facade of the wall below a minimum of 50 percent of the required side yard setback and need not exceed three feet;

2. Each dormer facing a front or rear property line shall be set back from the exterior front or rear facade of the wall below a minimum of three feet;

3. Each dormer shall not exceed a width of eight feet, and there shall be a minimum separation between each dormer of no less than one and one-half times the width of the narrowest dormer along each respective front, side or rear of a building;

4. The total cumulative width of all dormers on any one front, side or rear of a building shall not exceed 35 percent of the length of the roof abutting the given front, side or rear yard, with a minimum cumulative width of eight feet permitted;

5. The highest point of any dormer shall be no higher than one foot lower than the ridge of the abutting main roof for roofs of less than 6:12 slope, or one foot, six inches lower than the ridge for roofs of 6:12 or greater slope;

6. Gable dormers shall be exempt from subsection A of this section if said dormers have a minimum roof pitch equal to or greater than the main roof, the exterior vertical face is continuous with the exterior facade of the story below and if the dormer contains windows they must open to the first or second story.

B. Each dormer shall contain vertical windows or vents of at least four square feet in cumulative size facing the adjoining front, side or rear yard (excluding gable dormers with a minimum roof pitch equal to or greater than the main roof and where the exterior vertical face is continuous with the exterior facade of the story below). (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.140 Roof decks and balconies above 14 feet.

A. A deck or balcony with a walking surface 14 feet or greater above “grade” shall be subject to the following requirements:

1. Design Review Commission approval shall be required;

2. Access to decks or balconies shall not be enclosed or covered unless the access is incorporated into the roof of the building, shall not be through a roof dormer, and shall not have the appearance of a separate structure;

3. No portion of decks or balconies shall be covered and shall be 100 percent permanently open;

4. No portion of decks or balconies or the top of structures or equipment placed on said decks or balconies (e.g., fireplaces and associated chimneys, spas, barbecues, storage cabinets, mechanical equipment, or similar) shall project beyond the daylight plane or exceed the allowable building height limit.

B. Design Review Commission approval shall not be required for a roof deck if all of the following is satisfied:

1. Does not exceeding 40 square feet;

2. Is solely for mechanical equipment;

3. Is located below the daylight plane and building height limit;

4. Is screened by the building architecture, not a freestanding wall and positioned a minimum of two feet from an exterior facade;

5. Is not accessed by permanent stairs or a permanent ladder;

6. Is not covered and is 100 percent permanently open to the sky. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.159 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.160 Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, side or rear yard.

Any fences, walls or hedges located in Residential Zones shall not exceed eight feet in height in a required side or rear yard and six feet in the area between the front or side lot line and the nearest building located on the lot when no front or side yard is required. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.165 Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, front yard.

A. Fences, walls, or hedges located within the required front yard shall not exceed four feet in height.

The following are exceptions to this requirement:

1. A fence or wall up to six feet in height may be located along the side property lines, within the front yard, and project into the front yard eight feet. Said six foot fence or wall shall extend no closer than 10 feet to the front property line;

2. Those lots which front solely on an alley or the following streets may enclose 100 percent of their front yards with an eight-foot wall, fence, or hedge: Third Street between A Avenue and Alameda Boulevard, all of Fourth Street, Alameda Boulevard between Third and Fourth Street and Pomona Avenue between Third and Fourth Street. Where walls or fences are permitted to be over four feet in height and adjoin public rights-of-way, said wall or fence shall be buffered with landscaping to soften the fence or wall. The proposed landscaping shall be approved by the City of Coronado prior to installation. Walls or fences over four feet in height, adjacent to an alley, are not required to be buffered with landscaping. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.170 Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, street side yard.

Fences, walls, or hedges shall not exceed six feet in height in any required street side yard required on any corner lot.

Exception: Those lots which are located along the following streets may construct a fence, wall, or hedge not to exceed eight feet in height along the street side yard: Third Street between A Avenue and Alameda Boulevard, all of Fourth Street, Alameda Boulevard between Third and Fourth Street and Pomona Avenue between Third and Fourth Street. Where walls or fences are permitted to be over four feet in height in the street side yard, said fences or walls shall not be located within the sight triangle required in CMC 86.56.175. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.175 Vertical barriers – Fences, walls or hedges – Height limit, sight triangle for residential corner lot.

In the case of corner lots in Residential Zones, vertical barriers, including fences, walls and hedges, shall not exceed three feet in height in a triangle area created by a line connecting points along the street curb lines which are established 50 feet in distance from the intersection of such curb lines at the corner of a block. Exception: Single stem plants or trees without foliage between a height of three and eight feet may be planted and maintained within the corner triangular area and shall be measured from the established curb grade. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.180 – 86.56.200 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.210 Repair of vehicles in Residential Zones.

The repair of all motorcycles, motor trucks and motor vehicles, as defined in the Vehicle Code of the State of California, is prohibited in any Residential Zone unless all of the following conditions are met:

A. All major repair of vehicles shall be conducted within a totally enclosed garage or behind a fence or wall not less than six feet in height.

B. No more than one vehicle shall be in a state of disrepair or in an inoperable condition at any one time on any lot.

C. No repair of vehicles shall be conducted as a business.

D. No vehicle in a state of disrepair or in an inoperable condition may be located outside of a totally enclosed garage or a fence or wall not less than six feet in height for a period of more than 48 hours.

E. No repair of vehicles shall take place between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.

F. No storage of vehicle parts shall be located in any place where repair of vehicles is prohibited herein. Any area used for such storage shall not exceed 100 square feet in area.

G. Nothing in this section is intended to prohibit the making of minor repairs, such as tire changing or repair, replacement of spark plugs and minor engine adjustments, lubrication or battery and brake adjustments by a resident on his or her vehicle anywhere on the lot where the vehicle owner resides. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.220 – 86.56.559 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.560 Zoning wall or fence.

A 10-foot-high (or less) solid masonry zoning wall may be required to be erected to separate any Commercial Zone or use from an adjoining Residential Zone or use as a condition precedent to granting of a special use permit, variance, coastal permit or subdivision map. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.570 Exceptions – Pools.

The waterline of pools, spas, ponds or other water areas shall not encroach into the required side yards except that the side yard need not exceed five feet. Associated equipment shall comply with CMC 86.56.120, Mechanical Equipment. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.580 Setback exceptions – Architectural projections.

“Architectural projections” may:

A. Extend or project into a required side yard setback for a distance of not more than one-third of the required side yard setback width up to a maximum of 24 inches (roof eaves are exempt from said 24-inch limitation), subject to the following restrictions and exceptions:

1. No single “architectural projection” into a required side yard shall be greater than eight feet in length along the facade. Cornices, roof eaves, roof gutters and down spouts, a sill, window and door awnings, and architectural features projecting a maximum of four inches are excepted;

2. The minimum horizontal separation along the facade between “architectural projections” into required side yards shall be no less than 10 feet. Cornices, roof eaves, roof gutters and down spouts; a sill, window and door awnings; and architectural features projecting a maximum of four inches are excepted; and

3. The cumulative total linear distance of “architectural projections” into required side yards, measured at their widest point, along a given side facade shall not exceed the lesser of 20 percent of the length of the facade or 16 feet. Cornices, roof eaves, roof gutters and down spouts, a sill, window and door awnings, and architectural features projecting a maximum of four inches are excepted.

B. Extend or project into a required front or rear yard setback not more than four feet. Such projection shall never extend closer than three feet to the front or rear lot line.

C. Accessory buildings constructed in the required rear yard setback may have architectural projections into the rear yard setback so long as such projections never extend closer than three feet to the rear lot line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.590 Exceptions – Fire escapes.

Subject to the approval of the Director of Fire Services, fire escapes may:

A. Extend or project into a required side yard setback for a distance of not more than one-third of the required side yard setback.

B. Extend or project into a required front or rear yard setback not more than four feet. Such projection shall never extend closer than three feet to the front or rear lot line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.595 Setback exceptions – Landscape accessory structures in front and rear yards.

Landscape accessory structures and entries such as arbors, trellises and arches may be located in the required front or rear yard setbacks so long as said structures maintain the required side yard setback, do not exceed 10 feet in height, and the total based on the outside perimeter of said structures does not exceed five percent of the required or existing front or rear yard area, whichever is less. In no case shall the total structural coverage of such structures exceed 50 square feet in lot coverage per front or rear yard. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.600 Setback exceptions – Stairways, balconies, and decks except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For all zones except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone:

A. Covered, unenclosed stairways structurally attached to the building and covered, unenclosed balconies or decks may extend or project into the required rear yard setback not more than four feet. Such stairways, balconies, or decks shall not extend closer than three feet to the rear property line.

B. No portion of a covered, unenclosed balcony or deck including roofs, eaves, columns or guardrails may extend or project into a required front yard setback more than four feet. Such projection shall never extend closer than three feet to the front property line.

C. Covered, unenclosed balconies or decks above and attached to the roof of a porch may extend to the eave of said porch or project a maximum of eight feet into a required front yard setback, whichever is less. That portion projecting greater than four feet shall be 100 percent open to the passage of light and air to the sky and the surrounding guardrail shall be a minimum of 70 percent transparent above the lower six inches. (Clear glass meeting building code standards may be used to satisfy the transparency criterion.). No portion of a roof, eave, column or guardrail less than 70 percent transparent, above said second-story balcony or deck walking surface, shall project into the required front yard greater than four feet.

D. Covered, unenclosed balconies may extend or project for a distance of not more than one-third of the required side yard setback, up to a maximum of 24 inches, into portions of side yards that adjoin public rights-of-way. Said balconies shall be limited to eight feet in length, shall maintain a minimum horizontal separation between balconies of 10 feet, and the cumulative total linear distance of said balconies along the side facade shall not exceed the lesser of 20 percent of the length of the facade or 16 feet. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.602 Setback exceptions – Stairways, balconies, decks, and bay windows for multiple-family development in the R-4 Zone.

A. Covered, unenclosed stairways structurally attached to the building, and covered, unenclosed balconies, decks or bay windows may extend or project into the required rear yard setback not more than four feet and never extend closer than three feet to the rear property line.

B. Covered, unenclosed balconies, decks, or bay windows may extend or project into a required front yard setback not more than eight feet. Such projection shall be measured from the standard 25-foot setback required front yard setback line and never extend closer than three feet to the front property line.

C. Covered, unenclosed balconies may extend or project for a distance of not more than one-third of the required side yard setback into portions of side yards that adjoin public rights-of-way. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.604 Setback exceptions – Encroachment of main building into required front and rear yards except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For all zones except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone:

A. Bay windows, building popouts, and similar design features of main buildings, which extend to the ground and contain floor area, may encroach up to three feet into a required front or rear yard setback. The height of such encroachment shall not extend above the level of the first floor or exceed 13 feet. The length shall not exceed 50 percent of the length of the facade and shall be limited to modules of 10 feet or less. Such encroachment shall be included in the allowable floor area and in no case shall extend closer than three feet to the front or rear property line.

B. Main buildings may encroach up to five feet into the front yard, provided there is an equal or greater volume of building set back the same distance behind the setback line. Such encroachment shall be limited to the first story and 13 feet in height and shall not extend closer than 20 feet to the front property line. Eaves on the portion of the building allowed to encroach by this section may project one foot beyond said building encroachment. The distance that architectural projections, porches, and similar design features are allowed to project shall be measured from the standard 25-foot setback line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.606 Setback exceptions – Encroachment of main building into required front yard for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone, a maximum of 50 percent of the width of a building may encroach up to five feet into the front yard setback, provided there is at least half that building volume set back behind the front setback line. This provision is allowed at the first and second stories of the building. The distance that architectural projections, porches, and similar design features are allowed to project shall be measured from the standard 25-foot setback line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.608 Exceptions – Porte-cochere except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For all zones except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone:

Columns and roofs of covered and unenclosed porte-cocheres may extend or project into a required side yard setback for a distance of not more than one-third of the required side yard setback width but no less than three feet from the side property line. If a front porch is present, the porte-cochere may extend into the front yard setback as provided for in CMC 86.56.610. Said porte-cochere shall be architecturally similar in design and materials to the attached dwelling, limited to one story and 14 feet in height, attached to the dwelling and open on three sides, and not exceed a depth of 20 feet. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.610 Exceptions – Porches and landing places except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For all zones except for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone:

Covered, unenclosed porches, platforms, landing places, pergolas or open trellis structures which do not extend above the level of the first floor shall be allowed to project into a required front or rear yard not more than eight feet, with eaves allowed an additional 12-inch projection. Such projection shall never extend closer than three feet to the front or rear property line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.615 Exceptions – Porches and landing places for multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone.

For multiple-family residential development in the R-4 Zone, covered, unenclosed porches, platforms or landing places may extend into a required front yard setback not more than eight feet. Said encroachment shall be measured from the standard 25-foot setback line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.620 Exceptions – Encroachments into building separation areas.

Encroachments herein provided for rear yards may extend and project into the area separating buildings on the same lot so long as such encroachments or projections never extend closer than five feet to an adjacent building or to any projection from an adjacent building. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.630 Exceptions – Average front yard setback rule.

Where the majority of the parcels on a block face are improved, with structures, the required front yard setback may be computed by taking the average existing front yard setback, measured from the front property line to the outside of the wall of the nearest enclosed habitable space of the main building excluding architectural projections, garages and basements. In no case shall the required front yard be less than five feet. 25 feet shall be used for calculating the average where a lot is developed with an existing front yard greater than 25 feet. 50 percent of the required front yard for the subject property shall be used for calculating the average for those lots developed with an existing front yard of less than one-half of the required front yard for the subject property. Panhandle lots where the panhandle exceeds 50 feet in length shall not be considered in computing any average front yard setback. In the case of reversed corner lots having both side lot lines on a street and alley, this rule may be applied to the setback on the side street line. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.632 Courtesy notice for residential zones.

No building or demolition permit for the demolition or new construction of 200 square feet or more, in any residential zone, except R-5, R-PCD and R-SCD Zones, shall be approved unless the adjacent residents are notified in advance of the permitted work commencing. Addressed and stamped envelopes and letters in a form prescribed by the Community Development Department shall be submitted to the City of Coronado by the applicant at the time of permit application and shall be a minimum of 10 calendar days in advance of the building or demolition permit being approved. Each notice shall be completed by the applicant and mailed by the City. Noticed properties shall include residents of adjoining properties which share a property line with the subject property and those properties, lots, parcels or residences of which all or any part thereof is directly across any adjoining public or private right-of-way or easement from the subject property. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.635 Lot and building certification required.

A. All construction plans for new or replacement buildings or the addition of new square footage to existing buildings, where any portion of the new or replacement building or building addition is over 500 square feet, shall include:

1. The following, provided by a California licensed land surveyor or civil engineer:

a. Lot line distances;

b. Gross lot area;

c. Description and location of all corner monuments; and

d. Existing and proposed grade, whichever is lower, with one-foot contour lines shown with the benchmark location and data identified.

2. Corner monuments, if not currently set, shall be set, mapped and certified by a California licensed land surveyor or civil engineer.

B. Prior to a foundation and framing inspection by a building inspector, and upon completion of exterior framing for new or replacement buildings or the foundation or framing for the addition of new square footage to existing buildings where any portion of the new or replacement building or building addition is over 500 square feet or more than 14 feet in height, certification by a California licensed land surveyor or civil engineer shall be provided to the Community Development Department certifying that the following comply with the approved plans:

1. Foundation and building height from grade using the same benchmark identified in subsection (A)(1)(d) of this section;

2. Foundation and building setback distances from all property lines; and

3. Foundation and building architectural projections from all setback lines.

C. Notwithstanding subsection A or B of this section and due to unique lot or site conditions, the Director of Community Development is hereby authorized to require a property owner to provide the information called for in subsections A and B of this section as needed to assure new development is consistent with zoning regulations. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.640 Exceptions – Alley splits.

Except as hereinafter provided in CMC 86.56.650, no lots or parcels in any Residential Zone shall be divided, split or reconfigured in any manner whatsoever so as to result in having frontage solely on an alley. It is the intent of this section to prohibit development that relies on an alley as the sole and hence primary means of access to that development. This section shall not apply to lots fronting on El Chico Lane, Adella Lane or Pendleton Road. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.650 Illegal alley subdivisions.

An owner of any alley parcel created of record prior to July 1, 1973, which was considered illegal by the City shall not be required to submit an application for a division of land pursuant to applicable provisions of this title. It is the intent of this section to recognize all previous recorded divisions of land not approved by the City pursuant to any previously existing division of this title. This section shall not apply to contiguous parcels which are under identical ownership on or after February 19, 1974. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.660 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.670 Massage establishment.

Massage establishments shall not be permitted in the following locations:

A. Residential Zones;

B. Within 100 feet of any Residential Zone;

C. Within 100 feet of any church or grade school; and

D. Within 100 feet of another massage establishment. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.700 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.730 Amusement device center – Location.

Amusement device centers may be located only on property zoned Central Commercial or Hotel-Motel and shall not be located in any other zone. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.740 Adult video cassette activity.

A. No establishment shall use more than 15 percent of its total floor area for the purpose of an adult video cassette activity.

B. Adult video cassette activity shall not be permitted in the following locations:

1. Residential Zones.

2. Within 100 feet of any Residential Zone, as measured from the nearest boundary of the Residential Zone to the closest, discernible boundary containing the activity, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

3. Within 100 feet of any church or grade school, as measured from the nearest property line of the church or grade school to the closest discernible boundary containing the activity, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

4. Within 100 feet of another adult video cassette activity establishment, as measured from the closest discernible boundary containing the activities, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

C. All openings, entries, and windows of an establishment in which an adult video cassette activity is located shall be positioned, covered or screened in such a manner as to prevent a view of any adult video cassette activity material which has as its dominant theme the depiction of specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas from any public or semi-public area, including sidewalks, streets, arcades, hallways or passageways.

D. The adult video cassette activity shall be located, covered or screened in such a manner as to prevent an unwarned view by a member of the public within the establishment of any adult video cassette depiction of specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas. There must be sufficient notice to allow members of the public to avoid viewing such adult video cassette activity material.

E. No sign, graphic, display or other advertisement relating to an adult video cassette activity shall be erected or maintained at the premises of the adult video cassette activity which is viewable from off-premises. On-site signs, graphics, displays or other advertisements which in no way present, depict, illustrate, or describe specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas may be erected and maintained so long as they are not viewable from off-site, public areas.

F. If the adult video cassette activity involves the preview of cassettes as part of its operation, soundproof booths or rooms shall be made available, at no charge, for use by customers who desire such preview. Each booth or room shall have:

1. One clear window visible immediately upon entering the premises, covering not less than one-fourth of the wall area into which the window is set, which window shall not be covered or obscured in any manner while the booth or room is in use;

2. Sufficient seating to accommodate the expected number of persons who will occupy the booth or room at any one time;

3. The number of persons who shall occupy the booth or room at any one time shall be clearly stated on or near the door to the booth or room and no more than the posted number shall be permitted inside the booth or room at any one time; and

4. The door or doors opening into such booth or room shall be incapable of being locked or otherwise fastened from the inside of such booth or room. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.750 Prediction of worldly events.

A business activity which provides predictions of worldly events in the life of the client, using palmistry reading, fortune telling, horoscope reading or similar methods, shall comply with the following provisions:

A. Any such business use shall not be permitted in the following locations:

1. Residential Zones.

2. Automobile parking zones.

3. Within 100 feet of any residential or automobile parking zone, as measured from the nearest property line of the residential or automobile parking zone to the closest boundary of the interior space containing the activity, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

4. Within 100 feet of any church, grade school or school district property, as measured from the nearest property line of the church, grade school or school district property to the closest boundary of the interior space containing the activity, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

5. Within 100 feet of another similar or related activity or establishment, as measured from the closest boundaries of the interior spaces containing the activities, such as, but not limited to, bearing wall, partition wall, glass enclosure, etc.

B. The activity shall not be a nuisance to adjacent uses.

C. All activity shall be confined completely within the building. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.760 Exceptions – Structural coverage.

A. Cornices, roof eaves, roof gutters and down spouts, sills, window and door awnings, and architectural features projecting a maximum of four inches into a required side, front, or rear yard shall not be included in the calculation of structural coverage;

B. The following shall not be included in the calculation of structural coverage as long as the cumulative lot coverage of such features does not exceed five percent of the gross lot area. All such coverage in excess of five percent of the gross lot area shall be included in the calculation of the structural coverage on the lot:

1. Unenclosed steps, landing places, porches, patios, benches, planters, barbecues, fountains, and similar structures which are two or more feet in height;

2. Uncovered and unenclosed balconies and stairways; and

3. Covered unenclosed patios, gazebos, trellises and similar shade structures. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.770 Private storage space for residential condominium complexes.

Residential condominium complexes shall have for each condominium unit at least 200 cubic feet of enclosed private storage space in addition to guest, linen, pantry and closets customarily provided. Such space shall not be divided into two or more locations, but may be provided either in a separate closet within each unit or as storage space exterior to the individual units. If the storage space is provided exterior to the individual units, it must be enclosed, weatherproofed, lockable, separately designated for each unit, and designed to appear as an integral part of the total complex. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.780 Reserved.

(Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.790 Satellite antennas.

No building permit or any other approval shall be issued for the installation of a satellite antenna until the proposed installation is approved by the Design Review Commission. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.800 Development landscaping required.

A. For commercial and multiple-family dwelling development, not more than three-quarters of the landscaping required by this title may be provided by the use of either water features or by the use of water features and decorative rock, decorative paved surfaces, fixed seating, planter walls, open decks, barbecues, fire pits, small arbors or gazebos, and similar garden hard surface features. However, not more than one-half of the landscaping required by this title may be provided by the use of such garden hard surface features.

B. For commercial development, while some landscaping must be provided between each building facade and the abutting street public right-of-way, such landscaping shall neither unduly separate nor conceal pedestrian views from the street public right-of-way into nonresidential commercial structures.

C. Landscaping provided in accordance with this title for parking areas shall be considered as satisfying a portion of the landscaping requirement of this title for development with each zone. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.810 Historic resources.

An owner of a designated historic resource is eligible to apply for special zoning provisions as outlined in CMC Title 84. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.820 Vacant premises.

A. The owner of any vacant premises shall assure that said lot or structure is maintained in a clean, safe and sanitary condition so as not to cause a blighted condition, or adversely affect the public health or safety.

B. Definitions. The following definitions shall apply in the interpretation and enforcement of this section:

“Blighted condition” shall mean any vacant lot, building or accessory structure that is not being maintained, in which at least one of the following conditions exists:

1. Missing or boarded windows or doors, except boarded openings installed as a temporary security measure for a period of 180 days or less;

2. Walls, roofs or flooring, which are collapsing or missing entirely, or any other condition preventing legal occupancy, as determined by the Building Official;

3. Exterior walls which contain breaks, faded or peeling paint, dirt or mold, loose or rotting materials, or those materials which are not properly surface-coated to prevent deterioration;

4. Dead or dying or otherwise unhealthy landscaping, including dead or dying trees and landscaping in the adjacent public right-of-way;

5. Dirty, broken or missing tiles;

6. Painted signs or other materials which adhere to or cover glass windows, including abandoned or obsolete advertising;

7. Visible obsolete, damaged or inoperable sign supports or brackets, including electrical or plumbing hardware located on the exterior of the building;

8. Faded or ripped awnings and window screens;

9. Broken, missing or inoperable exterior lighting fixtures;

10. The premises are vacant and attracting illegal activity as documented in Police Department records, or are a factor in creating a substantial and unreasonable interference with the use and enjoyment of other properties within the surrounding area, as documented by neighborhood complaints, police reports or the cancellation of insurance on proximate properties.

“Boarded openings” shall mean any opening in the building or structure covered with cut and fit pieces of solid building material, secured at the perimeter with nails and/or screws, painted to match the body color of the building, and used as a temporary security measure for less than one year.

“Building Official” shall mean such officer appointed in accordance with the City of Coronado Municipal Code, or his designee.

“Legal occupancy” shall mean occupancy in accordance with California State building and fire codes, and local zoning and housing codes, and all other pertinent codes.

“Owner” shall mean any person, institution, foundation, entity, or authority, which owns real property within the City of Coronado, or the executor or administrator of any estate containing real property within the City in its inventory, or the trustee of any trust holding legal title to real property within the City for the benefit of others.

“Premises” shall mean a legal parcel of land, building, or accessory structure.

“Proximate properties” shall mean a legal parcel of land located within 1,000 feet of a vacant premises.

“Vacant” shall mean not legally occupied by human beings. Vacant status in and of itself does not constitute a blighted condition.

“Vacant lot” shall mean a legal parcel on which there are no permanent buildings.

C. The owner of a vacant premises or vacant lot with a blighted condition, or a condition otherwise adversely affecting the public health or safety, shall, upon notification of the owner by the City, rehabilitate the premises to remove the blighted condition.

D. Regardless whether or not a blighted condition exists, the property owner of a vacant premises or vacant lot shall maintain their premises with the following standards:

1. The exterior of every vacant premises or vacant lot shall be maintained in a clean, safe and sanitary condition.

a. Every vacant premises and vacant lot shall be maintained free from weeds and plant growth in excess of 10 inches. “Weeds” shall be defined as all grasses, annual plants and vegetation, other than trees or shrubs provided.

b. Accessory structures, including detached garages, fences and walls, shall be maintained structurally sound and in good repair.

c. Every vacant lot in a nonresidential zone shall be enclosed with a six-foot-tall opaque fence erected along the property lines screening the lot from view. The adjoining public rights-of-way shall be buffered with landscaping to soften the fence, and shall be irrigated by an automatic irrigation system, at the expense of the owner. The City of Coronado Design Review Commission shall approve the proposed landscaping and fencing prior to installation.

d. Except as provided in other regulations, no inoperative or unlicensed motor vehicle shall be parked, kept or stored in any vacant building on any vacant premises or vacant lot, where it is open and visible to the public, and neither shall any vehicle be kept at any time in a state of major disassembly, disrepair, or in the process of being stripped or dismantled.

2. The exterior of every vacant premises shall be maintained in good repair, structurally sound and sanitary, so as not to pose a threat to the public health, safety or welfare.

a. All exterior finishes, including, but not limited to, door and window frames, cornices, porches, trim, balconies, decks and fences, shall be maintained in good condition. Exterior wood and other surfaces shall be protected from the elements by painting or other protective covering or treatment.

b. All exterior windows and skylights shall be kept in sound condition, good repair, clean and free of tape or other adhesives. All windows of a vacant premises in all nonresidential zones shall be painted, covered with opaque film, or in some other manner treated to prevent the public viewing of the interior of the premises. Community information or displays are permitted in lieu of window treatment. All window treatments, displays, or community information shall be approved by the Director of the Community Development Department.

3. Every vacant premises, and the interior of every vacant structure, shall be free from any accumulation of graffiti, rubbish and garbage.

a. It shall be the responsibility of the owner to restore to a clean surface condition any exterior surface of any vacant structure or building wantonly damaged, mutilated or defaced by marking, carving or graffiti.

b. All rubbish or garbage shall be disposed of in a clean and sanitary manner by placing such garbage in approved containers that are regularly emptied in an approved disposal facility.

E. If the owner of a vacant premises has been the recipient of three notice of violation actions for violations of the Coronado Municipal Code during any one period of vacancy, the owner must submit plans to abate the violation(s) to the Design Review Commission for approval as provided in CMC Title 80. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.830 Manufactured housing requirements.

Manufactured housing shall conform to the development standards for the zone in which the structure is located with the exception of architectural requirements concerning the manufactured home’s roof overhang, roofing materials, and siding materials as follows:

A. A minimum roof overhang shall be provided that is at least one-third the required side yard setback.

B. Roofing materials shall consist of composition shingle, asphalt or other material typically found on a wood frame house.

C. Exterior materials shall be of natural material including but not limited to wood, stucco, and siding. Prefabricated siding is prohibited. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)

86.56.840 Undergrounding of utilities for residential zones.

A. The property owner shall underground all existing and future utilities to the site (except for utilities which are not possible to underground such as backflow valves and transformers) when new construction occurs or when improvements result in more than 50 percent of an existing dwelling being demolished and rebuilt or, where the proposed “gross floor area” exceeds 150 percent of the existing building “gross floor area” or, when property is improved or renovated with a building permit valuation for the improvement or renovation of $100,000 or more. Said utilities shall be located on private property and shall be screened from public view at the direction of the City of Coronado.

B. Undergrounding Exceptions. Undergrounding of each separate utility shall not be required if any of the following site conditions exist:

1. Access to the utility source would require crossing private property where an existing utility easement is not present; or

2. The undergrounding of the utilities would require over 75 lineal feet of trenching in a public right-of-way or would require the crossing of a public street. (Ord. 2062 § 2 (Exh. A), 2016)