23D.08.030 Setback Requirements for Accessory Building or Structures

A.    No accessory building or enclosed accessory structure located on an interior lot may be erected or expanded in a manner which encroaches upon the front half of the lot depth.

B.    No accessory building or enclosed accessory structure located on a through lot shall be erected or expanded so as to encroach upon that 25% of the lot portion that is nearest to either abutting street.

C.    No accessory building or enclosed accessory structure on a corner lot may be erected or expanded so as to project into the existing or required front yard to a greater extent than the setback existing or required on the adjacent lot, whichever is smaller; nor may it be located closer to either street line than the main building constructed on the subject lot.

D.    No accessory building or enclosed accessory structure that is within 75 feet of the front lot line may be erected or expanded so as to encroach closer than four feet to the side lot line, when abutting another lot. Any such building or structure which is located in excess of 75 feet from the front lot line such a building or structure may encroach closer than four feet to the side lot line subject to the fire isolation requirements, including setbacks and/or fire resistance wall requirements, of the Berkeley Building Code.

E.    No detached accessory building or enclosed accessory structure may be erected or expanded to be within five feet of an alley. (Ord. 6478-NS § 4 (part), 1999)