Chapter 17.30
HIGH-DENSITY RESIDENTIAL (R-4) ZONE

Sections:

17.30.010    Purpose and application.

17.30.020    Property development standards.

17.30.030    Reserved.

17.30.040    Reserved.

17.30.010 Purpose and application.

The R-4 zone is intended to provide housing opportunities for smaller households desiring little private open space and to provide various types of group housing. It is further intended to allow for concentrations of housing close to concentrations of employment and college enrollment, in areas largely committed to high-density residential development. It will be applied to areas designated “high density residential” on the general plan map. (Ord. 941 § 1 (part), 1982: prior code § 9203.4(A))

17.30.020 Property development standards.

The property development standards for the R-4 zone are as follows:

A. Maximum density: Twenty-four dwelling units per net acre (see also Section 17.16.010).

B. Yards: See Section 17.16.020.

C. Maximum height: Thirty-five feet (see also Sections 17.16.020 and 17.16.040).

D. Maximum coverage: Sixty percent (see also Section 17.16.030).

E. Standard Lot Dimensions.

1. Minimum lot area: Five thousand square feet.

2. Minimum lot width: Fifty feet.

3. Minimum lot depth: Eighty feet.

4. Minimum street frontage: Twenty feet.

F. Parking requirements: See Section 17.16.060. (Ord. 1500 § 3 (part), 2007; Ord. 941 § 1 (part), 1982: prior code § 9203.4(B))

17.30.030—17.30.040 Reserved.*

*Ord. 1265 § 2 Ex. A, adopted June 21, 1994, repealed former §§ 17.30.030 and 17.30.040, relative to neighborhood grocery markets, which derived from Ord. 1180 § 2, 1990.