Chapter 17.04
PRD 7200 – PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT

Sections:

17.04.010    Purpose.

17.04.020    Phased developments.

17.04.030    Principal uses.

17.04.040    Secondary uses.

17.04.045    Conditional uses.

17.04.047    Review requirements.

17.04.050    Maximum density.

17.04.060    Minimum lot width.

17.04.070    Minimum lot size.

17.04.080    Setbacks.

17.04.090    Maximum lot coverage.

17.04.100    Maximum height.

17.04.110    Project design.

17.04.120    Open space and recreation facilities.

Legislative history: Ords. 86-142, 90-218, 95-349 and 97-406.

17.04.010 Purpose.

The PRD 7200 zone is created to provide for conformity with the original planned residential development (PRD) master plan existing before incorporation. Development of undeveloped areas zoned PRD 7200 shall be in accordance with the previously approved plans, contracts, agreements and other documents, as amended, which were in force at the time of the original adoption of this title. These plans include: master plans, sector plans, division of development plans, subdivisions, and other plans, road agreements and other documents which describe the land use, type of structure, density of development, location and areas of development, open space, recreation facilities, roads, utilities, drainage facilities and other conditions of development. In cases where development has already occurred or where approval documents have been superseded or are unavailable, development or redevelopment shall occur in accordance with this title. The applicant shall bear the burden of proving the applicability of any approval documents. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.020 Phased developments.

Development of approved planned residential developments in the PRD 7200 zone are not required to meet the provisions of MCMC 16.12.110 governing phased developments. Phasing of development and the timing and sequence of construction may be specified as a condition of development in subsequent approvals. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.030 Principal uses.

Principal uses are:

A. Single-family residential;

B. Multi-family residential, including townhouses;

C. Neighborhood business of up to one acre for every 300 dwelling units within the PRD;

D. Public and private parks and recreation facilities;

E. Country clubs and golf courses;

F. Schools; and

G. Adult family homes. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.040 Secondary uses.

Secondary uses are:

A. Accessory buildings and structures;

B. Utility transmission facilities;

C. Off-street parking and private garages;

D. Home occupations in accordance with Chapter 17.23 MCMC; and

E. Accessory dwelling units in accordance with MCMC 17.22.130.

F. Family home child care, in accordance with MCMC 14.07.020. (Ord. 2010-717 §  2 (Exh. B); Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.045 Conditional uses.

Conditional uses permitted within the PRD 7200 zoning district shall be processed in accordance with Chapter 17.28 MCMC. Conditional uses are:

A. Satellite dishes over four feet in diameter;

B. Adult day care; and

C. Public facilities/utilities and essential public facilities. (Ord. 2019-850 § 5; Ord. 2010-717 §  2 (Exh. B); Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.047 Review requirements.

All development in the PRD zone district shall be processed as either a preliminary plat or binding site plan in accordance with MCMC Title 16, Subdivisions and Plats. For projects with platted lots, the location of building envelopes, garages and accessory structures, driveways, and lanes and open spaces shall also be required and shall be recorded with the plat. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.050 Maximum density.

The maximum density shall be calculated in accordance with the procedures of MCMC Title 16, based upon an underlying lot size of 7,200 square feet and specified in the master plan for the development. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.060 Minimum lot width.

The minimum lot width shall be 60 feet and corner lots 65 feet, except for townhouses for which there is no minimum lot width. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.070 Minimum lot size.

The minimum lot size for single-family dwellings and duplexes shall be 5,000 square feet. The minimum lot size for townhouses shall be an average of 2,000 square feet. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.080 Setbacks.

Setbacks shall be:

A. Front Yard.

1. Single-family and duplexes: 15 feet, except that garages facing the street shall be set back a minimum of 20 feet.

2. Multi-family: 25 feet plus two feet for each story over one.

3. Townhouses: 15 feet; except when two or more townhouses are being developed on adjacent lots, the front yard may be reduced by 10 feet, providing the average front yard of the townhouses in the structure is 15 feet and each townhouse has a total of 30 feet front and rear yards.

B. Side Yard.

1. Single-family and duplexes: The sum of the side yards shall be not less than 10 feet. If the side yard adjoins public open space, the side yard may be reduced by an amount equal to the distance from the property line to the centerline of the open space. No portion of the building shall be closer than five feet to a building on an adjoining lot or protrude into commonly owned open space.

2. Townhouses: Every townhouse at the end of a group of attached townhouses shall have a minimum of five feet with a minimum building separation of 10 feet. If the side yard adjoins public open space, the side yard may be reduced by an amount equal to the distance from the property line to the centerline of the open space. No portion of the building shall protrude into commonly owned open space.

3. Multi-family: The sum of the side yards shall not be less than 10 feet plus two feet on each side yard for every story over one. If the side yard adjoins public open space, the side yard may be reduced by an amount equal to the distance from the property line to the centerline of the open space. No portion of the building shall protrude into commonly owned open space.

C. Rear Yard.

1. Single-family and duplexes: Rear yards shall be a minimum of five feet. No portion of the building shall protrude into commonly owned open space.

2. Townhouses: Rear yards shall be a minimum of five feet. No portion of the building shall protrude into commonly owned open space.

3. Multi-family: The rear yard shall be a minimum of 25 feet, plus two feet for every story over one. No portion of the building shall protrude into commonly owned open space. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.090 Maximum lot coverage.

Maximum lot coverage shall be:

A. Single-family and duplexes: 35 percent.

B. Townhouses: The maximum lot coverage by the townhouse and accessory structures shall be no more than 55 percent of the lot. Patios, paving and driveways shall not increase the lot coverage to more than 65 percent of the lot unless paved with perforated concrete blocks or other permeable material.

C. Multi-family: 40 percent. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.100 Maximum height.

Maximum height shall be:

A. Single-family and duplexes: 35 feet.

B. Townhouses: 35 feet.

C. Multi-family: None. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.110 Project design.

Development within this zone district shall be designed in conformance with the design principles and standards set out in Chapter 17.34 MCMC, Design Review. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2005-609 § 2)

17.04.120 Open space and recreation facilities.

Open space and recreation facility requirements are located in Chapters 16.12 and 17.22 MCMC. (Ord. 2009-702 § 2 (Exh. C); Ord. 2006-633 § 2)