Chapter 19.20
Parking and Circulation

19.20.010    User guide.

19.20.020    Purpose.

19.20.030    General requirements.

19.20.040    Computation of required off-street parking spaces.

19.20.050    Shared parking and access requirements.

19.20.060    Loading space requirements.

19.20.070    Stacking spaces for drive-through facilities.

19.20.080    Commute trip reduction.

19.20.090    Pedestrian circulation and access.

19.20.100    Off-street parking plan design standards.

19.20.110    Off-street parking construction standards.

19.20.120    Internal circulation road standards.

19.20.130    Maintenance.

19.20.010 User Guide

This Chapter contains information on vehicle and pedestrian circulation area, parking areas and related improvements. Information on the number of parking spaces required for a particular use can be found in the use zone charts, BMC 19.15. BMC 19.15 references this chapter for minimum required parking for the DC Zone. This chapter provides information on the number of required spaces for a particular use specifically for the DC Zone. This Chapter does provide a process for determining the case-by-case parking requirements for some uses. It also contains a process for increasing or decreasing the parking requirements of this Code, and a process for reducing/meeting the minimum off-street parking requirement through contribution to a parking Fee-in-Lieu program for commercial uses in certain land use zones. Finally, this Chapter contains requirements regarding the location and minimum dimensions of parking areas and other vehicular and pedestrian circulation areas. For regulations regarding vehicles parked on residential property, see Chapter 10.11 BMC. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 492 § 2, 2008, Ord. 292 § 1, 2000, Ord. 531 § 1, 2010]

19.20.020 Purpose

The purpose of this chapter is to provide adequate parking for all uses allowed in this Code; to reduce demand for parking by encouraging alternative means of transportation including public transit, rideshare and bicycles; and to increase pedestrian mobility by:

1. Setting minimum off-street parking standards for different land uses that assure safe, convenient and adequately sized parking facilities;

2. Providing incentives to rideshare through preferred parking arrangements;

3. Providing for parking and storage of bicycles;

4. Providing safe direct pedestrian access from public rights-of-way to structures and between developments;

5. Requiring uses which attract large numbers of employees or customers to provide transit stops; and [Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

6. Providing for payment of a Fee-in-Lieu of providing off-street parking as otherwise required by BMC 19.20 for commercial uses in the DC and SPA-1 zones. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 531 § 1, 2010]

19.20.030 General requirements

1. Parking Plan Required. Prior to issuance of any permits for a new building, structure or use, or for the enlargement of an existing building, structure or use that requires off-street parking, the applicant shall submit a parking plan for approval by the Director. This plan shall contain all design features and elements necessary to show compliance with this Chapter.

2. Parking Requirement Not Specified. If this Code does not specify a parking requirement for a use, the Director shall establish the minimum requirement. Parking requirements shall be based on the operation of the proposed use, parking requirements established for similar zones or uses, or a study of anticipated parking demand submitted by the applicant. Sufficient information shall be provided to demonstrate that the parking demand for a specific use will be satisfied. Parking studies shall be prepared by a professional engineer with expertise in traffic and parking analyses, unless an equally qualified individual is authorized by the Director.

3. Fee-in-Lieu Option. The minimum number of stalls to be provided through payment of a Fee-in-Lieu of parking as allowed by this Chapter shall be based on a schedule derived from Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) standard parking rates for Land Uses, as adjusted periodically to reflect Downtown Burien parking usage. This schedule may be amended as needed by the City Council. [Ord. 531 § 1, 2010]

A. The decision to allow or require payment in lieu of construction will be made by the decision maker of the underlying land use review or by the Director if a land use review is not required.

B. Provision of required parking through the Fee-in-Lieu program shall be optional on the part of the applicant and City, except that Fee-in-Lieu payment shall be required for existing buildings with a change of use that requires parking in excess of that available on-site or through a shared parking agreement.

C. Per Space Fee. The per space parking fee for this program shall be uniform throughout the DC and SPA-1 zones. The fee shall be adjusted annually, based on changes in the State of Washington Department of Transportation’s Construction Cost Index.

D. Fee Payment. All applicants shall pay the Fee-in-Lieu Parking Program fee in accordance with provisions of this chapter at the time that the applicable building permit or certificate of occupancy when a building permit is not required is ready for issuance. The actual Fee-in-Lieu payment shall be based upon the schedule in effect at the time of permit issuance.

E. Accounting. The City shall maintain a record of all of the properties that have met their required parking space obligation by paying the appropriate fee for the spaces.

F. Future Obligation. Payment of the Fee-in-Lieu of parking shall not relieve the development or property owner from any future obligation to participate financially in construction of publicly accessible parking spaces through additional funding mechanisms (e.g. a local improvement district, business improvement district). Payment of the Fee-in-Lieu of parking does not guarantee the developer or property owner that parking spaces will be constructed for the sole use of or in the immediate proximity of that development.

G. Program Review. The fee-amount and performance of the Fee-in-Lieu program shall be reviewed biennially, with the initial report made to the City Council beginning in January of the second full calendar year following the effective date of the implementing ordinance.

4. If the site is in the DC zone, the requirements contained in Chapter 19.47 BMC supersede any conflicting provisions of this Chapter. The provisions of this Chapter that do not conflict with Chapter 19.47 BMC apply to DC-zoned properties.

5. Except as permitted with a temporary use permit pursuant to Chapter 19.75 BMC, required parking spaces shall be available for the parking of operable passenger motor vehicles of customers, patrons, employees and residents only and shall not be used for any other purpose.

6. Parking Exemptions for Existing Buildings in DC and SPA-1 Zones.

A. For the purpose of calculating required off-street parking spaces, the gross floor area of all uses located in buildings existing as of November 20, 2017 and located in the Downtown Commercial (DC) and Old Burien (SPA-1) zones are exempt from providing additional off-street vehicle parking spaces.

B. Additions, expansions or reconstruction of buildings existing as of November 20, 2017 located in the DC and SPA-1 zones are exempt from providing additional off-street vehicle parking spaces for additions, expansions or reconstruction which are no greater than two (2) stories in height. Only the gross floor area of the portion of additions, expansions or reconstruction to existing buildings which are greater than two (2) story limit is subject to the provisions of BMC 19.20.040.

C. Dwelling units associated with additions, expansions or reconstruction of buildings existing as of November 20, 2017 located in the DC and SPA-1 zones are not exempt from providing required off-street vehicle parking spaces and are subject to the provisions of BMC 19.20.040.

D. Existing off-street vehicle parking spaces in excess of those required under the provisions of BMC 19.20.040, may be removed, provided that the quantity of off-street vehicle parking is not reduced below the minimum required for the uses located in the existing building. This only applies to buildings existing as of November 20, 2017 in the DC and SPA-1 zones.

E. These exemptions from providing additional off-street vehicle parking for existing buildings in DC and SPA-1 zones are in effect until November 20, 2020 and may be extended by the City Council for two additional years based on an evaluation of downtown parking availability. [Ord. 680 § 1, 2017; Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 560 § 1 (Exh. A), 2012; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.040 Computation of required off-street parking spaces

1. Number of Parking Spaces. Off-street parking areas shall contain at a minimum the number of parking spaces as stipulated in BMC 19.15. If the formula for determining the number of off-street parking spaces results in a fraction, the number of off-street parking spaces shall be rounded to the nearest whole number with fractions of .50 or greater rounding up and fractions below .50 rounding down. In the case of two or more uses on the same site, the total requirements for off-street parking shall be the sum of the requirements for each use computed separately, except as permitted in BMC 19.20.050 pertaining to shared parking. [Ord. 313 §1, 2000]

2. Guest Parking. For townhouse or apartment dwelling units, the Director may require additional parking spaces for guests if there is inadequate guest parking proposed on the site, and

A. Adequate, safe on-street parking is not available, or

B. The on-street parking is located in or adjacent to an RS zone.

3. Modification of Number of Required Parking Spaces.

A. An applicant may request a modification of the minimum required number of parking spaces by submitting a study of anticipated parking demand complying with BMC 19.20.030.2, proving that parking demand can be met with a reduced parking requirement. In such cases, the Director may approve a reduction of the minimum required number of parking spaces on a case-by-case basis.

B. In the DC and SPA-1 zone, the applicant may meet his/her parking obligation in one of the following ways: [Ord. 531 § 1, 2010]

i. By providing the required number of parking spaces in accordance with the Fee-in-Lieu of Parking Demand Rate Schedule for Downtown Burien Zones as shown on Table 19.20-2, and in accordance with the most recent parking occupancy supply of Downtown Burien Zones.

ii. By performing a study of anticipated parking demand in accordance with BMC 19.20.030.2. Fee-in-Lieu of parking is not available if required parking is determined through a parking demand study.

iii. In accordance with BMC 19.20.030.3, the applicant may meet a portion of his/her parking obligation through contribution to a parking Fee-in-Lieu program. The cost per parking space for the parking Fee-in-Lieu program shall be established by the City Council.

4. Parking for Shell Building Permits. When the city has received a shell building permit application, off-street parking requirements shall be based on the possible tenant improvements or uses authorized by the zone designation and compatible with the limitations of the shell permit. When the range of possible uses results in different parking requirements, the Director will establish the amount of parking based on a likely range of uses. The Director may deny a certificate of occupancy for an individual use if the number of parking spaces required by BMC 19.15 and this chapter are not provided.

5. Bicycle Parking. At least one bicycle parking slot for every 12 required motor vehicle parking spaces shall be provided in all non-residential developments. Bicycle parking shall be bike rack or locker-type parking facilities unless otherwise specified.

A. The Director may reduce bicycle parking facilities for patrons when it is demonstrated that bicycle activity will not occur at that location;

B. Bicycle parking facilities for patrons shall be located within 100 feet of the building entrance and shall be designed to allow either a bicycle frame or wheels to be locked to a structure attached to the pavement or building;

C. All bicycle parking and storage shall be located in safe, visible areas that do not impede pedestrian or vehicle traffic flow, and shall be well lit for nighttime use.

6. Handicapped Parking Requirements. Off-street parking and access for physically handicapped persons shall be provided in accordance with BMC Title 15, Buildings and Construction.

7. Table 19.20-2 is used based on the results of the most recent occupancy study of publicly available parking supplies in Downtown Burien Zones to determine the required number of parking spaces for an applicant. A parking occupancy study should be completed every two years to determine the column on Table 19.20-2 that reflects the current occupancy. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 560 § 1 (Exh. A), 2012; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.050 Shared parking and access requirements.

Shared parking and access between sites and between different uses is encouraged. To ensure the long-term availability of the shared parking and/or access, a covenant, easement or other contract for shared parking and/or access between the cooperating property owners shall be approved by the Director. This document must be recorded with King County records and elections divisions as a deed restriction on both properties and cannot be modified or revoked without the consent of the Director. If any requirements for shared parking are violated, the affected property owners must provide a remedy satisfactory to the Director or provide the full amount of required off-street parking for each use, in accordance with the requirements of this chapter, unless a satisfactory alternative remedy is approved by the Director. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.060 Loading space requirements.

1. Loading spaces shall be located so that trucks shall not obstruct pedestrian or vehicle traffic movement or project into any public right-of-way. All loading space areas shall be separated from required parking areas and shall be designated as truck loading spaces.

2. Any loading space located within 100 feet of an RS or RM zone shall be screened and operated to reduce noise and visual impacts. Noise mitigation measures may include architectural or structural barriers, berms, walls, or restrictions on the hours of operation. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.070 Stacking spaces for drive-through facilities.

A drive-through facility shall be designed and located so that sufficient stacking space is provided for handling of motor vehicles using such facility during peak business hours of the facility. A stacking space shall be an area measuring eight feet by 20 feet with direct forward access to a service window of a drive-through facility. Stacking spaces and the entrance and exit for the drive-through facility shall be located to prevent any vehicles from extending onto the public right-of-way, or interfering with any pedestrian circulation, traffic maneuvering, or other parking space areas. Stacking spaces shall not be counted as required parking spaces. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.080 Commute trip reduction.

All major employers (as defined by state law) shall demonstrate compliance with requirements of local and state laws on commute trip reduction (CTR). [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.090 Pedestrian circulation and access.

1. All uses, except single detached dwelling units, shall provide pedestrian access onto the site. Pedestrian access points shall be provided at all pedestrian arrival points to the development including the property edges, adjacent lots, abutting street intersections, crosswalks, and at transit stops. Pedestrian access shall be coordinated with existing development to provide circulation patterns between developments.

2. Pedestrian walkways shall form an on-site circulation system that minimizes the conflict between pedestrians and traffic at all points of pedestrian access to on-site parking and building entrances, and between buildings.

3. Pedestrian access and walkways shall comply with City of Burien development standards and meet the following minimum design standards:

A. Access and walkways shall be well-lit and physically separated from driveways and parking spaces by landscaping, berms, barriers, grade separation or other means to protect pedestrians from vehicular traffic;

B. Access and walkways shall be a minimum of 5 feet of unobstructed width and meet City standards for surfacing of walkways or sidewalks;

C. Access shall be usable by mobility impaired persons and shall be designed and constructed to be easily located by the sight-impaired pedestrian by either grade change, texture or other equivalent means;

D. A crosswalk shall be required when a walkway crosses a driveway or a paved area accessible to vehicles. Raised crosswalks or speed bumps may be required at all points where a walkway crosses the lane of vehicle travel. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.100 Off-street parking plan design standards.

1. Parking Area Location: Off-street parking shall be located on the same site as the development served by the parking. The Director may approve off-site parking for uses located in zones other than RS or RM, if:

A. The applicant provides an acceptable alternative plan in the event that the off-site parking does not work, and

B. Appropriate legal documents establishing the off-site parking area are submitted for Director approval pursuant to BMC 19.20.050, and

C. Off-street parking for a use must be located in a zone that allows that use. For example, off-street parking for a retail use is not allowed in an RS zone.

2. Driveway Location, Design and Construction. Access between off-street parking areas and abutting public streets shall be designed, located and constructed in accordance with City of Burien development standards.

3. Dead-End Alley Access to Parking. No dead-end alley may provide access to more than eight required off-street parking spaces.

4. Driveways and Parking Areas in Setbacks.

A. Driveways and parking areas for single detached dwelling units and townhouse or apartment dwelling units with individual garages or carports shall not exceed 20 feet in width in any required setback, except if:

i. The driveway/parking area serves a 3-car or larger garage; and

ii. No more than 15 percent of the required setback area is displaced by the driveway.

B. Driveways for all other developments may cross required setbacks or landscaped areas abutting a public right-of-way in order to provide access between the off-street parking areas and the street. Maximum width within the setback or landscaped area is 12 feet for one-way traffic and 24 feet for two-way traffic. A wider encroachment may be allowed, provided no more than 20 percent of the required landscaping or setback area is displaced by the driveway.

5. Minimum Parking Space and Parking Lot Aisle Dimensions. The minimum parking space and parking lot aisle dimensions for the most common parking angles are shown on Table 19.20-1. For parking angles other than those shown on the chart, the minimum parking space and parking lot aisle dimensions shall be determined by the Director.

6. Compact Parking Spaces. In any development containing more than 20 parking spaces, up to 50 percent of the total number of required parking spaces may be sized to accommodate compact cars. In any development containing more than 80 parking spaces, at least 20 percent of the total number of parking spaces provided shall be sized to accommodate compact cars. Each space shall be clearly identified as a compact car space by painting the word “COMPACT” in capital letters, a minimum of eight inches high, on the pavement at the base of the parking space and centered between the striping.

7. Landscaping Requirements. Parking lots shall be landscaped in accordance with BMC 19.25.070.

8. Additional Width Abutting Landscaped Area. Any parking spaces abutting a landscaped area on the driver or passenger side of the vehicle shall provide an additional 18 inches above the minimum space width requirement to provide a place to step other than in the landscaped area.

9. Reduction of Parking Space Depth. The parking space depth may be reduced up to 18 inches when vehicles overhang a walkway if the remaining walkway provides a minimum of 60 inches of unimpeded passageway for pedestrians.

10. Parking for Single Detached Dwelling Units.

A. Dwelling units may have tandem or end-to-end parking spaces for each dwelling unit but shall not combine parking for separate dwelling units in tandem parking areas.

B. All vehicle parking and storage must be in a garage, carport or on an approved paved surface. Any paved surface used for vehicle parking or storage must have direct and unobstructed driveway access. Parking spaces for a single detached dwelling unit shall be adequately sized and located to accommodate a standard-sized vehicle without the vehicle extending into the public right-of-way or vehicular access easement or tract.

11. Vanpool and Carpool Parking Design Standards. Vanpool/carpool parking areas shall meet the following minimum design standards:

A. A minimum vertical clearance of 7 feet 3 inches shall be provided to accommodate van vehicles if designated vanpool/carpool parking spaces are located in a parking structure; and

B. A minimum turning radius of 26 feet 4 inches with a minimum turning diameter (curb to curb) of 52 feet 5 inches shall be provided from parking lot aisles to adjacent carpool/vanpool parking spaces.

12. Parking Area Lighting. Lighting shall be provided for safety of traffic and pedestrian circulation on the site, as required by the International Building Code. It shall be designed to minimize direct illumination of abutting properties and adjacent streets. The Director shall have the authority to waive the requirement to provide lighting. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 659 § 7, 2016; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.110 Off-street parking construction standards.

1. Surfacing. Off-street parking areas shall have dust-free, all-weather surfacing. Off-street parking areas shall conform to City of Burien development standards.

2. Grading. Grading work for access and parking areas shall comply with City of Burien development standards.

3. Drainage. Drainage and erosion/sedimentation control facilities shall be provided in accordance with City of Burien development standards.

4. Parking Space Markings. Asphalt or concrete surfaced parking areas shall have parking spaces marked by surface paint lines or suitable substitute traffic marking material in accordance with the Washington State Department of Transportation Standards. Wheel stops or curbing are required where a parked vehicle would encroach on adjacent property, pedestrian access or circulation areas, right-of-way or landscaped areas.

5. Curbing. All access and parking areas shall be enclosed with cast in place vertical curbs or functionally equivalent structural barriers. Curbs may be cut to allow surface water runoff to enter low impact development best management practices (LID BMPs).

6. Bicycle Parking. Where bicycle parking is provided, locate the bicycle parking over a permeable pavement where allowed in accordance with BMC Title 13. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 659 § 8, 2016; Ord. 479 § 1, 2007, Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.120 Internal circulation road standards.

Internal access roads to off-street parking areas shall conform with the surfacing and design requirements for private commercial roads set forth in City of Burien development standards. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

19.20.130 Maintenance.

The property owner shall maintain all off-street access and parking areas. Maintenance shall include removal and replacement of dead and dying trees, grass and shrubs, removal of trash and weeds, and repair and maintenance of traffic control devices, parking space striping, signs, light standards, fences, walls, surfacing materials, curbs, railings and landscaping. Parking area stormwater facilities, including permeable pavements, shall be maintained in accordance with BMC Title 13. [Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 659 § 9, 2016; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

 

TABLE 19.20-1 

MINIMUM PARKING SPACE DIMENSIONS

A

B

C

D

E

Parking Space Angle

Minimum Parking Space Width

Minimum Parking Space Length

Minimum Parking Lot Aisle Width

Minimum Unit Width

1-Way

2-Way

1-Way

2-Way

0

Compact 7.5

18.0

10.0

20.0

25.0

35.0

 

Standard 8.5

24.0

12.0

20.0

29.0

37.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

30

Compact 7.5

15.0

10.0

20.0

38.0

48.0

 

Standard 8.5

16.5

10.0

20.0

42.0

52.0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

45

Compact 7.5

15.0

11.0

20.0

42.82

51.82

 

Standard 8.5

19.0

13.0

20.0

51.88

58.88

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

60

Compact 7.5

15.0

13.0

20.0

46.48

53.48

 

Standard 8.5

19.0

17.5

20.0

58.9

61.4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

75

Compact 7.5

15.0

16.5

20.0

49.36

52.86

 

Standard 8.5

19.0

20.0

20.0

61.1

61.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

90

Compact 7.5

15.0

20.0

20.0

50.0

50.0

 

Standard 8.5

18.0

23.0

24.0

59.0

60.0

[Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 659 § 9, 2016; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

Also see Fig. 19.20-1

[Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 292 § 1, 2000]

 

TABLE 19.20-2 

FEE-IN-LIEU OF PARKING
PARKING RATE DEMAND SCHEDULE FOR DOWNTOWN BURIEN ZONES

Land Use

Unit Variable

Parking Supply
<55% occupancy

Parking Supply
55 – 65% occupancy

Parking Supply
66 – 75% occupancy

Parking Supply
76 – 85% occupancy

Parking Supply
>85% occupancy

Hotel

Room

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

Business Hotel

Room

0.3

0.4

0.5

0.5

0.6

Motel

Room

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

Bowling Alley

Lane

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Movie Theater with Matinee

Seats

0.1

0.1

0.2

0.2

0.2

Health/Fitness Club

1,000 sf. GFA

2.3

2.9

3.4

3.8

4.5

Athletic Club

1,000 sf. GFA

1.7

2.1

2.5

2.8

3.3

Church

1,000 sf. GFA

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

Day Care Center

1,000 sf. GFA

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Museum

1,000 sf. GFA

0.4

0.5

0.5

0.6

0.7

Library

1,000 sf. GFA

1.2

1.6

1.8

2.0

2.4

Convention Center

Attendee

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.3

0.3

Office Building

1,000 sf. GFA

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Medical-Dental Office Building

1,000 sf. GFA

1.6

2.0

2.3

2.6

3.1

Government Office Building

1,000 sf. GFA

1.6

2.1

2.4

2.7

3.2

US Post Office

1,000 sf. GFA

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Judicial Complex

1,000 sf. GFA

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Free-Standing Discount Store

1,000 sf. GFA

1.8

2.3

2.7

3.1

3.6

Hardware/Paint Store

1,000 sf. GFA

0.9

1.2

1.4

1.5

1.8

Shopping Center

1,000 sf. GFA

1.8

2.3

2.6

3.0

3.5

Tire Store

1,000 sf. GFA

1.3

1.7

2.0

2.2

2.6

Supermarket

1,000 sf. GFA

1.0

1.3

1.5

1.7

2.0

Apparel Store

1,000 sf. GFA

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.1

Pharmacy/Drugstore without Drive-Through Window

1,000 sf. GFA

0.9

1.1

1.3

1.4

1.7

Pharmacy/Drugstore with Drive-Through Window

1,000 sf. GFA

0.9

1.2

1.4

1.5

1.8

Furniture Store

1,000 sf. GFA

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.1

Carpet Store

1,000 sf. GFA

0.6

0.8

0.9

1.0

1.2

Video Rental Store

1,000 sf. GFA

1.2

1.5

1.7

2.0

2.3

Walk-In Bank

1,000 sf. GFA

1.1

1.4

1.7

1.9

2.2

Drive-In Bank

1,000 sf. GFA

1.2

1.5

1.7

2.0

2.3

Fast-Food Restaurant with Drive-Through Window

1,000 sf. GFA

4.5

5.9

6.8

7.7

9.0

Dry Cleaners

1,000 sf. GFA

0.6

0.7

0.8

0.9

1.1

Auto Sales/Services

1,000 sf. GFA

1.8

2.3

2.7

3.1

3.6

Bar

1,000 sf. GFA

6.2

8.1

9.3

10.5

12.4

Convenience/Gas

Pump

0.9

1.2

1.4

1.5

1.8

Pool/Billiards, Martial Arts

1,000 sf. GFA

6.2

8.1

9.3

10.5

12.4

General Retail

1,000 sf. GFA

1.4

1.8

2.0

2.3

2.7

Strip Mall – commercial

1,000 sf. GFA

1.2

1.5

1.7

2.0

2.3

Retail-Associated Night Use

1,000 sf. GFA

1.2

1.5

1.7

2.0

2.3

High-Turnover (Sit-Down) Restaurant (No Bar or Lounge)

1,000 sf. GFA

2.6

3.4

3.9

4.4

5.2

High-Turnover (Sit-Down) Restaurant (Bar or Lounge)

1,000 sf. GFA

6.2

8.1

9.3

10.5

12.4

Fast-Food Restaurant without Drive-Through Window (Hamburger)

1,000 sf. GFA

5.8

7.5

8.7

9.9

11.6

Fast-Food Restaurant without Drive-Through Window (non-Hamburger)

1,000 sf. GFA

3.9

5.0

5.8

6.5

7.7

[Ord. 652 § 1, 2017; Ord. 531 § 1, 2010]