Chapter 17A.250


17A.250.010    Architectural features.

17A.250.020    Corner lots.

17A.250.030    Half streets.

17A.250.040    Side designations.

17A.250.010 Architectural features.

Roof eaves, chimneys, balcony rails and other architectural features, etc., may extend into the required setback areas up to a maximum of two feet. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.250.020 Corner lots.

Both road frontages on a corner lot are subject to the required front property line setback of the zone. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.250.030 Half streets.

In an area adjacent to a half street and where there is reason to believe or there is a plan for necessary additional right-of-way, and such right-of-way should be dedicated, acquired or otherwise come from the subject property, structures shall be set back from the half street a distance sufficient to provide for the additional half street in addition to the normal setback requirement. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.250.040 Side designations.

Front, rear, and side property line setbacks sometimes require differing setback distances. For this reason, each is defined as:

A. Front property line: that line which is marked by the road frontage, point of access, and by frontage to a body of water. A lot may have more than one front property line.

B. Rear property line: that lot line which is opposite from the front property line. Some lots may not have a rear property line, which is usually the case for corner lots.

C. Side property line: those property lines extending between the front and rear property lines. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).