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16.43.030 <br />Site development standards. <br />A. Table 16.43-2. <br />1 The setback for buildings and structures located at or above grade (exempting buildings and structures entirely below the <br />surface of the ground) shall be 15 feet from the lot line adjacent to residentially (R) zoned property. <br />Z Specific provisions regarding building heights are contained in ECDC 16.43.030(C). <br />3 Within the BD4 zone, site development standards listed in Table 16.43-2 apply when a building contains a ground floor <br />consisting of commercial space to a depth of at least 60 45 feet measured from the street front of the building. If a proposed <br />building does not meet this ground floor commercial space requirement (e.g., an entirely residential building is proposed), then <br />the building setbacks listed for the RM -1.5 zone shall apply. See ECDC 16.43.030(B)(8) for further details. <br />4 "Minimum height of ground floor within the designated street -front' means the vertical distance from top to top of the <br />successive finished floor surfaces for that portion of the ground floor located within the designated street front (see ECDC <br />16.43.030(B)); and, if the ground floor is the only floor above street grade, from the top of the floor finish to the top of the <br />ceiling joists or, where there is not a ceiling, to the top of the roof rafters. "Floor finish" is the exposed floor surface, including <br />coverings applied over a finished floor, and includes, but is not limited to, wood, vinyl flooring, wall-to-wall carpet, and <br />concrete, as illustrated in Figure 16.43-1. Figure 16.43-1 shows a ground floor height of 15 feet; note that the "finished" ceiling <br />height is only approximately 11 feet in this example. <br />5 Site development standards for single-family dwellings are the same as those specified for the RS -6 zone. <br />Minimum <br />Height of <br />Ground Floor <br />within the <br />Designated <br />Minimum <br />Minimum <br />Minimum <br />Street Fronto <br />Sub <br />Minimum Lot <br />Minimum <br />Street <br />Side <br />Rear <br />Maximum <br />District <br />Area <br />Lot Width <br />Setback <br />Setback' <br />Setback' <br />Heightz <br />BD15 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />25' <br />15' <br />BD25 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />25' <br />12' <br />131335 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />25' <br />12' <br />BD43,5 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />25' <br />12' <br />131355 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />0 <br />25' <br />12' <br />1 The setback for buildings and structures located at or above grade (exempting buildings and structures entirely below the <br />surface of the ground) shall be 15 feet from the lot line adjacent to residentially (R) zoned property. <br />Z Specific provisions regarding building heights are contained in ECDC 16.43.030(C). <br />3 Within the BD4 zone, site development standards listed in Table 16.43-2 apply when a building contains a ground floor <br />consisting of commercial space to a depth of at least 60 45 feet measured from the street front of the building. If a proposed <br />building does not meet this ground floor commercial space requirement (e.g., an entirely residential building is proposed), then <br />the building setbacks listed for the RM -1.5 zone shall apply. See ECDC 16.43.030(B)(8) for further details. <br />4 "Minimum height of ground floor within the designated street -front' means the vertical distance from top to top of the <br />successive finished floor surfaces for that portion of the ground floor located within the designated street front (see ECDC <br />16.43.030(B)); and, if the ground floor is the only floor above street grade, from the top of the floor finish to the top of the <br />ceiling joists or, where there is not a ceiling, to the top of the roof rafters. "Floor finish" is the exposed floor surface, including <br />coverings applied over a finished floor, and includes, but is not limited to, wood, vinyl flooring, wall-to-wall carpet, and <br />concrete, as illustrated in Figure 16.43-1. Figure 16.43-1 shows a ground floor height of 15 feet; note that the "finished" ceiling <br />height is only approximately 11 feet in this example. <br />5 Site development standards for single-family dwellings are the same as those specified for the RS -6 zone. <br />