Chapter 21.44
PARKING AND CIRCULATION

Sections:

21.44.010    Purpose.

21.44.020    Applicability.

21.44.030    Minimum off-street parking requirements by use.

21.44.040    Off-street parking plan design standards.

21.44.050    Reductions to parking requirements.

21.44.060    Bicycle parking requirements.

21.44.070    Loading space requirements.

21.44.080    Stacking spaces for drive-through facilities.

21.44.090    Transit and carpool/vanpool provisions.

21.44.100    Pedestrian circulation and access.

21.44.110    Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.

21.44.120    Off-street parking construction standards.

21.44.010 Purpose.

The purpose of this chapter is to provide adequate off-street parking, increase traffic safety, maintain smooth traffic flow, reduce demand for parking by encouraging alternative means of transportation including public transit, carpool/vanpool and bicycles, and increase pedestrian mobility in urban areas. These standards are also designed to achieve safe and efficient vehicular and nonmotorized circulation and reduce visual impact of parking lots. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.020 Applicability.

(1) General. All new construction, expansion of an existing use, or a change of use shall be subject to the provisions of this chapter.

(a) An expansion to an existing use shall include adding or increasing the footprint (size) or internal floor area, floors and/or mezzanines to an existing building. In the case where an expansion is proposed, the provisions of this chapter only apply to the expansion area.

(b) In a case where a change of use is proposed, the provisions of this chapter only apply if the proposed use has a higher parking requirement than the previous permitted use.

(2) Unspecified Parking Standards. If a parking requirement for a land use is not specified, the Development Services Director shall establish the minimum requirement based on a study of the nearest comparable parking demand. In the study, the applicant shall provide sufficient information to demonstrate that the parking demand for a specific land 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 Development Services Director.

(3) Shell Building Permits. When the City receives 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 limitation of the shell permit. In industrial developments, a minimum of 20 percent of gross floor area shall be assumed as office when calculating parking requirements. When the range of possible uses result in different parking requirements, the Development Services Director will establish the amount of parking based on a likely range of uses. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.030 Minimum off-street parking requirements by use.

(1) Minimum Required. Off-street parking areas shall contain the minimum number of parking stalls as stipulated in Table 21.44.030.

(2) Calculation. Off-street parking ratios shall be based on the usable or net square footage of floor area exclusive of nonoccupiable areas. Nonoccupiable areas include, but are not limited to, building maintenance areas, storage areas, closets, stairs, elevators, hallways, or restrooms. If the formula for determining the number of off-street parking stalls results in a fraction, the number of off-street parking stalls shall be rounded to the nearest whole number with fractions of 0.50 or greater rounding up and fractions below 0.50 rounding down.

(3) Maximum Distance. Where the off-street parking areas do not abut the buildings they serve, the maximum distance as measured from the nearest building entrance shall be as follows:

(a) For all commercial, industrial and public uses, at least a portion of parking areas shall be located within 500 feet.

(b) For all single detached dwellings, the parking stalls shall be located on the same lot they are required to serve.

(c) For all other residential dwellings, at least a portion of parking areas shall be located within 100 feet from the building(s) they are required to serve.

(d) For all nonresidential uses permitted in residential zones, the parking stalls shall be located on the same lot they are required to serve and at least a portion of parking areas shall be located within 150 feet from the nearest building entrance they are required to serve.

Table 21.44.030 – Minimum Parking Requirements 

Land Use

Minimum Parking Spaces Required

21.21.030 Residential Land Uses

Single-family detached

2 stalls per dwelling

Multifamily (apartment, townhouse)

1 stall per unit, plus 1 stall per 4 units for guest parking

Accessory dwelling unit

1 additional stall

21.21.040 Recreational/Cultural Land Uses

Sports club

1 stall per 300 square feet

Places of public assembly (including, but not limited to, churches, temples and synagogues)

1 stall per 5 fixed seats, or 1 stall per 50 square feet of gross floor area used for assembly without fixed seats

21.21.050 General Services Land Uses

All general and personal service uses

1 stall per 300 square feet

Exceptions:

Funeral home/crematory

1 stall per 50 square feet of chapel area

 

Daycare I

2 stalls per facility

 

Daycare II

2 stalls per facility, plus 1 stall for each 20 children

 

Hotel, motel, and bed and breakfast

1.1 stalls per room

 

Automotive repair or service

1 stall per 500 square feet of indoor repair areas

 

Medical/veterinary clinics

1 stall per 300 square feet of office, labs and examination rooms

 

Nursing, personal care facility and community residential facility (CRF)

1 stall per 4 beds

 

Hospital

1 stall per bed

 

Elementary and middle/junior high schools

1 stall per classroom, plus 1 stall per 50 students

 

High schools

Per parking study

 

Vocational schools

1 stall per classroom, plus 1 stall per 5 students

 

Specialized instruction schools

1 stall per classroom, plus 1 stall per 2 students

21.21.060 Institutional Land Uses

All institutional uses

1 stall per 300 square feet

Exceptions:

Public agency or utility yard

1 stall per 300 square feet of offices, plus 1 stall per 1,000 square feet of indoor storage or repair areas

 

Public agency archives

1 stall per 1,000 square feet of storage area, plus 1 stall per 50 square feet of waiting/reviewing areas

 

Courts

3 stalls per courtroom, plus 1 stall per 50 square feet of fixed seat or assembly areas

 

Police facility

Per parking study

 

Fire facility

Per parking study

21.21.070 Business Services Land Uses

All business services uses

1 stall per 300 square feet

Exceptions:

Construction and trade

1 stall per 300 feet of office, plus 1 stall per 3,000 square feet of storage area

 

Warehousing and storage

1 stall per 1,000 square feet

 

Self-service storage

1 stall per 3,500 square feet of storage area

 

Heavy equipment repair

1 stall per 1,000 square feet of indoor repair areas

21.21.080 Retail/Wholesale Land Uses

All retail trade uses or wholesale trade mixed retail

1 stall per 300 square feet

All wholesale trade uses

1 stall per 1,000 square feet

Exceptions:

Gasoline service stations without grocery

3 stalls per facility, plus 1 per service bay

 

Gasoline service stations with grocery, no service bays

1 stall per facility, plus 1 stall per 300 square feet of store

 

Bulk retail (including furniture and home furnishings)

1 stall per 500 square feet

 

Restaurants

1 stall per 75 square feet in dining and lounge area

 

Tasting rooms

1 stall per 75 square feet in tasting area*

21.21.090 Manufacturing Land Uses

All manufacturing uses

1 stall per 1,000 square feet

Exceptions:

Winery/brewery/distillery

1 stall per 1,000 square feet of manufacturing, plus 1 stall per 75 square feet of tasting area and retail*

21.21.100 Resource Land Uses

Resource uses

Per parking study

21.21.110 Regional Land Uses

Regional uses

Per parking study

*    Unless clearly delineated with a permanent, physical barrier, the entire area used for tasting and sales shall be designated as tasting area.

(4) Maximum allowable parking spaces shall be 110 percent of the minimum number of parking spaces required. An applicant may request a modification of the maximum number of parking spaces by providing a study that substantiates the parking demand. Said study shall be prepared by a qualified professional approved by the Development Services Director. (Ord. 634 § 42, 2016; Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.040 Off-street parking plan design standards.

(1) Parking Stall Dimensions. The minimum parking stall and aisle dimensions are identified below for surface parking lots and for structured parking lots. For parking angles other than those shown on the chart, the minimum parking stall and aisle dimensions shall be determined by the Development Services Director. Figure 21.44.040(1) identifies the different dimensions in the tables. No compact stalls are permitted.

Figure 21.44.040(1) – Parking Stall and Aisle Dimensions

(a) Surface Parking Lots. When parking stalls are located in a surface parking lot, the following parking stall and aisle dimensions in Table 21.44.040(1)(a) shall apply:

Table 21.44.040(1)(a) – Dimensional Requirements for Surface Parking Lots 

A

B

C

D

E

Parking Angle

Stall Width

Curb Length

Stall Depth

Aisle Width

One-Way

Two-Way

9 feet

22.5 feet

22.5 feet

12 feet

20 feet

45°

9 feet

12.5 feet

19 feet

12 feet

20 feet

60°

9 feet

11 feet

20.5 feet

18 feet

20 feet

90°

9 feet

9 feet

18 feet

24 feet

24 feet

(b) Structured Parking. When parking stalls and aisles are located entirely within structured parking, the following parking stall and aisle dimensions in Table 21.44.040(1)(b) shall apply. Structural columns may encroach up to six inches in a parking stall; provided, that placement does not interfere with door swing or maneuverability in and out of the stall.

 

Table 21.44.040(1)(b) – Dimensional Requirements for Structured Parking 

A

B

C

D

E

Parking Angle

Stall Width

Curb Length

Stall Depth

Aisle Width

One-Way

Two-Way

8.5 feet

22.5 feet

22.5 feet

12 feet

20 feet

45°

8.5 feet

12 feet

19 feet

12 feet

20 feet

60°

8.5 feet

10 feet

20 feet

18 feet

20 feet

90°

8.5 feet

8.5 feet

18 feet

24 feet

24 feet

(2) Landscaping. Landscaping shall be provided for parking facilities pursuant to Chapter 21.43 WMC.

(3) Clearance Area. Any parking stalls abutting a landscaped area shall provide an additional 12 inches above the minimum stall width requirement to provide a place to step other than in the landscaped area. The additional width shall be separated from the adjacent parking stall by a parking stall division stripe.

(4) Parking Lot Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be provided for safety of traffic and pedestrian circulation on the site, pursuant to WMC 21.40.190. Lighting shall be designed to minimize direct illumination of abutting properties and adjacent streets. The Development Services Director shall have the authority to waive the requirement to provide lighting.

(5) Residential Parking. Tandem or end-to-end parking is allowed in residential developments. Driveways crossing required setback areas may be used for parking when serving single detached dwellings but shall not be considered for purposes of calculating required parking. Apartment/townhome developments may have tandem parking areas for each dwelling unit but shall not combine parking for separate dwelling units in tandem parking areas.

(6) No dead-end alley may provide access to more than eight required off-street parking stalls.

(7) Off-street parking and access shall be designed using standards set forth in Washington State regulations for barrier free facilities. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.050 Reductions to parking requirements.

(1) Parking in Mixed-Use and Multiple-Tenant Projects. In commercial and/or industrial mixed-use and multiple-tenant projects which contain at least three land uses per Table 21.44.030 and contain a minimum of 30,000 square feet of gross floor area, the required minimum parking may be determined using the following formula:

(a) Primary use, i.e., that with the largest proportion of total floor area within the development, at 100 percent of the minimum vehicle parking required for that use;

(b) Secondary use, i.e., that with the second largest proportion of total floor area within the development, at 85 percent of the minimum vehicle parking required for that use;

(c) Tertiary use, i.e., that with the third largest proportion of total floor area within the development, at 75 percent of the minimum vehicle parking required for that use;

(d) All other uses at 65 percent of the minimum vehicle parking required for that use.

(e) The following uses in mixed-use or multi-tenant projects shall not qualify for a reduction and shall be calculated at 100 percent of the minimum vehicle parking required:

(i) Restaurants;

(ii) Tasting rooms; and

(iii) Residential uses.

(2) Shared Parking Facilities. The amount of off-street parking may be reduced by an amount determined by the Development Services Director when shared parking facilities for two or more uses are proposed, provided:

(a) The total parking area exceeds 5,000 square feet;

(b) The parking areas are designed and developed as a single on-site common parking facility, or as a system of on-site and off-site facilities, if all facilities are connected with improved pedestrian facilities and no building or use involved is more than 800 feet from the furthest shared facility;

(c) The amount of the reduction shall not exceed 10 percent for each use, unless:

(i) The normal hours of operation for each use are separated by at least one hour; or

(ii) A parking demand study is prepared by a professional traffic engineer documenting that the hours of actual parking demand for the proposed uses will not conflict and that uses will be served by adequate parking if shared parking reductions are authorized;

(iii) The Development Services Director will determine the amount of reduction; provided, that the total number of parking stalls in the common parking facility is not less than the minimum required stalls for any single use.

(d) A covenant, written contract, or agreement for shared parking between the cooperating property owners is approved by the Development Services Director. The agreement shall include a site plan showing the stalls that are part of this agreement. This covenant or contract must be recorded with the County as a deed restriction on the title to all applicable properties and cannot be modified or revoked without the authorization of the Development Services Director; and

(e) If any requirements for shared parking are violated, the affected property owners must provide a remedy satisfactory to the Development Services Director or provide the full amount of required off-street parking for each use, in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.

(3) Parking Study. An applicant may request up to a 50 percent reduction of the minimum number of required parking stalls through a parking demand study. The study shall be prepared by a professional traffic engineer approved by the Development Services Director. At minimum, the study shall contain the following information:

(a) Parking utilization data collected from the site or similar sites that show the parking counts during peak days and times;

(b) Hours of operation and number of employees or customers;

(c) Parking generation rates as determined by the Institute of Traffic Engineers (ITE) or other professional parking manual;

(d) Details of any on-site parking management programs or transit incentives;

(e) Access to transit, bike routes, or other methods of transportation and utilization rates of these alternatives; and

(f) A calculation of parking generation for all uses for average and peak hours based on data from subsections (3)(a) through (e) of this section.

(4) Frequent Transit Service Parking Reduction. The Development Services Director may reduce the number of required off-street parking stalls when one or more scheduled transit routes provide service within 660 feet of the site. Developments using this parking reduction shall provide transit shelters if transit routes adjoin the site. The amount of reduction shall be based on the number of scheduled transit trips between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. each business day up to a maximum reduction as follows:

(a) Four percent for each trip serving institutional, business services, and manufacturing land uses up to a maximum of 30 percent; and

(b) Two percent for each run serving recreational/cultural, general services and retail/wholesale land uses, up to a maximum of 20 percent. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.060 Bicycle parking requirements.

(1) Minimum Stalls Required. In any development required to provide six or more vehicle parking stalls, bicycle parking shall be provided as follows:

Table 21.44.060(1) – Minimum Bicycle Parking and Storage Requirements 

Use

Parking

Lockers/Enclosed Storage

21.21.030 Residential Land Uses

Multifamily (apartment, townhouse)

1 stall per 20 units

1 stall per 2 units, unless garages are provided for each unit

21.21.070 Business Service Land Uses

All business service uses

1 stall per 5,000 square feet

1 stall per 10,000 square feet

21.21.080 Retail/Wholesale Land Uses

All retail trade

1 stall per 2,000 square feet

1 stall per 4,000 square feet

Restaurants and tasting rooms

1 stall per 2,000 square feet

1 stall per 4,000 square feet

All other uses

1 stall per 20,000 square feet

1 stall per 40,000 square feet

(a) Design. Bicycle parking shall be bike rack or locker-type parking facilities unless otherwise specified and shall be designed to allow either a bicycle frame or wheels to be locked to a structure attached to the pavement.

(b) Location. Bicycle parking facilities shall be located within 100 feet of the building entrance and located in safe, visible areas that do not impede pedestrian or vehicle traffic flow, and shall be well lit for nighttime use.

(c) Bicycle Parking Reductions. The Development Services Director may reduce bike rack parking facilities when it is demonstrated that bicycle activity will not occur at that location. For multifamily developments, a reduction may be granted if shared indoor storage facilities are available to all residents.

(d) Additional Bicycle Parking Required. The Development Services Director may require additional stalls when it is determined that the use or its location will generate a high volume of bicycle activity. Such a determination will include but not be limited to the following uses:

(i) Park/playfield;

(ii) Library/museum/arboretum;

(iii) Elementary/secondary school;

(iv) Sports clubs; or

(v) Retail business (especially when located along a developed or projected bicycle trail or designated bicycle route). (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.070 Loading space requirements.

(1) Every nonresidential building, excluding self-service storage facilities, shall provide loading spaces in accordance with the table below:

Table 21.44.070(1) – Loading Space Requirements 

Gross Floor Area

Required Number of Loading Spaces

10,000 – 40,000 square feet

1

40,001 – 70,000 square feet

2

70,001 – 100,000 square feet

3

100,001 – 140,000 square feet

4

140,001 – 200,000 square feet

5

200,001 – 260,000 square feet

6

For each additional 140,000 square feet

1 additional

(2) Each loading space required by this section shall be a minimum of 10 feet wide, 30 feet long, and have an unobstructed vertical clearance of 14 feet six inches, and shall be surfaced, improved and maintained as required by this chapter. Loading spaces shall be located so that trucks shall not obstruct pedestrian or vehicle traffic movement or project into any right-of-way. All loading space areas shall be separated from required parking areas and shall be designated as truck loading spaces.

(3) Any loading space located within 100 feet of areas zoned for residential use shall be screened and operated as necessary to reduce noise and visual impacts. Noise mitigation measures may include architectural or structural barriers, beams, walls, or restrictions on the hours of operation.

(4) Multistory self-service storage facilities shall provide two loading spaces, and single-story facilities one loading space, adjacent to each building entrance that provides common access to interior storage units. Each loading berth shall measure not less than 25 feet by 12 feet with an unobstructed vertical clearance of 14 feet six inches, and shall be surfaced, improved and maintained as required by this chapter. Any floor area additions or structural alterations to a building shall be required to provide loading space or spaces as set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.080 Stacking spaces for drive-through facilities.

(1) Stacking Space. Stacking spaces with direct access to a service window shall be provided for drive-through facilities. A stacking space shall be a minimum of eight feet by 20 feet and located to prevent any vehicles from extending onto the right-of-way, or interfering with any pedestrian circulation, traffic maneuvering, or other parking areas. Stacking spaces for drive-through or drive-in uses may not be counted as required parking spaces.

(2) Minimum Required. Uses providing drive-up or drive-through services shall provide vehicle stacking spaces as follows:

(a) For each drive-up window of a bank/financial institution, business service, espresso stand, or other drive-through use not listed, a minimum of four stacking spaces shall be provided; and

(b) For each service window of a drive-through restaurant, a minimum of seven stacking spaces shall be provided. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.090 Transit and carpool/vanpool provisions.

(1) All institutional, business services, and manufacturing land uses shall be required to reserve one parking stall of every 20 required stalls for carpool/vanpool parking as follows:

(a) The parking stalls shall be located closer to the primary employee entrance than any other employee parking except handicapped;

(b) Reserved areas shall have markings and signs indicating that the stall is reserved; and

(c) Parking in reserved areas shall be limited to vanpools and carpools established through ride share programs by public agencies and to vehicles meeting minimum rideshare qualifications set by the employer.

(2) Dimensional Standards. All stalls shall have a minimum vertical clearance of seven feet three inches to accommodate van vehicles if designated vanpool/carpool parking stalls are located in a parking structure.

(3) All uses which are located on an existing transit route and are required under the computation for required off-street parking stalls in WMC 21.44.030 to provide more than 200 parking stalls may be required to provide transit shelters, bus turnout lanes or other transit improvements as a condition of permit approval. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.100 Pedestrian circulation and access.

(1) All uses, except single-family detached homes, 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 located as follows:

(a) Access points at property edges and to adjacent lots shall be coordinated with existing development to provide circulation patterns between developments; and

(b) Residential developments shall provide links between cul-de-sacs or groups of buildings to allow pedestrian access from within the development and from adjacent developments to activity centers, parks, common tracts, open spaces, schools or other public facilities, transit stops and public streets;

(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. Pedestrian walkways shall be provided when the pedestrian access point or any parking stall is more than 75 feet from the building entrance or principal on-site destination and as follows:

(a) All developments which contain more than one building shall provide walkways between the principal entrances of the buildings;

(b) All nonresidential buildings set back more than 100 feet from the public right-of-way shall provide for direct pedestrian access from the building to buildings on adjacent lots; and

(c) Pedestrian walkways across parking areas shall be located as follows:

(i) Walkways running parallel to the parking rows shall be provided for every four rows. Rows without walkways shall be landscaped or contain barriers or other means to encourage pedestrians to use the walkways; and

(ii) Walkways running perpendicular to the parking rows shall be no further than 20 parking stalls. Landscaping, barriers or other means shall be provided between the parking rows to encourage pedestrians to use the walkways;

(3) Pedestrian access and walkways shall meet the following minimum design standards:

(a) Access and walkways shall be well lit and physically separated from driveways and parking stalls by landscaping, berms, barriers, grade separation or other means to protect pedestrians from vehicular traffic;

(b) Access and walkways shall be a minimum of 60 inches of unobstructed width and meet the surfacing standards in the most current Transportation Infrastructure Standards and Specifications (TISS);

(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;

(e) Wherever walkways are provided, raised crosswalks or speed bumps shall be located at all points where a walkway crosses the lane of vehicle travel; and

(4) Blocks in excess of 900 feet shall be provided with a crosswalk at the approximate midpoint of the block. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.110 Electric vehicle (EV) charging stations.

(1) Electric Vehicle Charging Station Stalls. Where provided, electric vehicle charging stations shall be subject to the following provisions.

(2) Minimum Parking Requirements. An electric vehicle charging station stall may be included in the calculation for minimum required parking stalls that are required pursuant to other provisions of code.

(3) Location and Design Criteria. The provision of electric vehicle parking will vary based on the design and use of the primary parking lot. Where provided, parking for electric vehicle charging purposes is required to include the following:

(a) Signage. Each charging station stall shall be posted with signage indicating the stall is only for electric vehicle charging purposes. Days and hours of operations shall be included if time limits or tow away provisions are to be enforced. Examples of signage include:

Figure 21.44.110(3) – Electric Vehicle Signage Examples

(b) Maintenance. Charging station equipment shall be maintained in all respects, including the functioning of the charging equipment. A phone number or other contact information shall be provided on the charging station equipment for reporting when the equipment is not functioning or other problems are encountered.

(c) Accessibility. Where charging station equipment is provided within an adjacent pedestrian circulation area, such as a sidewalk or accessible route to the building entrance, the charging equipment shall be located so as not to interfere with accessibility requirements of WAC 51-50-005.

(d) Lighting. Where charging station equipment is installed, adequate site lighting shall exist, unless charging is for daytime use only.

(e) Notification. Information on the charging station, identifying voltage and amperage levels and any time of use, fees, or safety information.

(4) Accessible Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. Where electric vehicle charging stations are provided in parking lots or parking garages, accessible electric vehicle charging stations shall be provided at same rate required by Washington State regulations for barrier-free facilities.

(5) Accessible electric vehicle charging stations should be located in close proximity to the building or facility entrance and shall be connected to a barrier-free accessible route of travel. It is not necessary to designate the accessible electric vehicle charging station exclusively for the use of disabled persons. Below are two options for providing for accessible electric vehicle charging stations:

Figure 21.44.110(4) 1 – Off-Street Accessible Electric Vehicle Charging Station – Option 1

Figure 21.44.110(4) 2 – Off-Street Accessible Electric Vehicle Charging Station – Option 2

(6) On-Street Electric Vehicle Charging Stations. On-street electric vehicle charging stations may be allowed as part of a development, subject to the City’s Infrastructure Standards as adopted in WMC 12.09.010, and as approved by the Public Works Director. (Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)

21.44.120 Off-street parking construction standards.

(1) Offstreet parking areas shall have dustfree, allweather surfacing. Parking areas shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the City of Woodinville Transportation Infrastructure Standards and Specifications.

(2) Grading work for parking areas shall meet the requirements of Chapter 15.05 WMC. Drainage and erosion/sedimentation control facilities shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 13.05 WMC. (Ord. 634 § 43, 2016; Ord. 611 § 8 (Att. A), 2016)