Chapter 19.26
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR DWELLING UNITS

Sections:

19.26.010    Development standards for one family dwellings.

19.26.020    Development standards for two family and multiple family dwellings.

19.26.010 Development standards for one family dwellings.

One family dwellings shall be subject to the following development standards:

A.    Except as specifically provided herein, every one family dwelling shall have a smallest projected building width of not less than twenty feet.  For purposes of this section "smallest projected building width" means the smallest dimension attained by the parallel projection of the outside, insulated, enclosing walls of the building when projected from every direction.  Subsequent additions to existing one family dwellings are not restricted as to width.

B.    Every one family dwelling shall have a habitable floor area of not less than eight hundred square feet, exclusive of any appurtenant structures. "Appurtenant structures" shall include items such as garages (attached or unattached), breeze-ways, decks, porches, or any other items that are not part of the living space of the dwelling.

C.    Foundation systems for manufactured homes shall comply in all respects with State Building Code standards and the provisions of the California Health and Safety Code, as verified by the building official.  A building permit from the building department shall be required prior to installation.  (Ord. 1514 §8(part), 2000).

19.26.020 Development standards for two family and multiple family dwellings.

A.    Buildings in which two family and multiple family dwelling units are located shall have a smallest projected building width of not less than twenty feet.  For purposes of this section "smallest projected building width" means the smallest dimension attained by the parallel projection of the outside, insulated, enclosing walls of the building when projected from every direction.  Subsequent additions to existing two family dwellings are not restricted as to width.

B.    Buildings in which two family and multiple family dwellings are located shall have a habitable floor area for the entire building structure of not less than eight hundred square feet, exclusive of any appurtenant structures.  Individual dwelling units within two family and multiple family dwellings shall contain not less than the minimum area required by the Uniform Building Code.  (Ord. 1514 §8(part), 2000).