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Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

Chapter 26 - City of Punta

Section 1.1. Title ARTICLE 1 INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS This ordinance is officially titled as “The Land Development Regulations of the City of Punta Gorda, Florida”, and shall be known as the “Land Development Regulations”. The official map designating the various regulating districts shall be titled, “City of Punta Gorda, Zoning Map”, and shall be known as the “Zoning Map”, an “official copy” of which shall be on file in the City Clerk’s office. Section 1.2. Authority This ordinance is hereby adopted and may be amended from time to time in accordance with the powers granted and limitations imposed by the Charter of the City of Punta Gorda, Florida and under the authority and provisions of the Florida Statutes. Section 1.3. Jurisdiction This ordinance governs the development and use of all land and structures within the corporate limits of the City of Punta Gorda, Florida. Section 1.4. Applicability No building, structure, land, or water shall hereafter be used or occupied, and no building, structure, or part thereof shall hereafter be erected, constructed, reconstructed, located, moved or structurally altered except in conformity with the regulations of this ordinance or amendments thereof for the district in which it is located or as otherwise specified in this ordinance. Section 1.5. Compliance It shall be unlawful to conduct, use or occupy any development or construct any structure until all applicable development review and approval processes have been followed, all applicable approvals have been obtained, and all required permits or authorizations to proceed have been issued. Section 1.6. Interpretation In the interpretation and application of this ordinance, all provisions shall be liberally construed in favor of the City of Punta Gorda. The provisions shall not be deemed to limit or repeal any other powers granted under state statutes. Section 1.7. Minimum requirements The standards of this ordinance are minimum requirements. The issuance of any permit, certificate or approval in accordance with the standards and requirements of this ordinance shall not relieve the recipient of the responsibility for complying with all other applicable requirements of any other City, County, State or Federal agency. Section 1.8. Conflicting provisions If the provisions of this ordinance are inconsistent with those of the County, State or Federal government, the more restrictive provision will control, to the extent permitted by law. If the provisions of this ordinance are inconsistent with one another, or if they conflict with provisions found in other adopted ordinances or regulations of the city, the more restrictive provision will control. This ordinance is not intended to 26-1

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  • Page 30 and 31: fencing is not permitted), aluminum
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  • Page 40 and 41: (j) Establishments shall meet the a
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    (d) Tracts larger than 200 acres sh

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    (b) Single-Family Attached: Minimum

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    (b) Open Space. (1) Community recre

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    (6) Light intensity industrial so l

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    property adjacent to the subject pr

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    esidential uses or be appropriately

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    ARTICLE 6 APPLICATION OF REGULATION

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    ARTICLE 7 ARCHITECTURAL PROVISIONS

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    Section 7.3. Building Style Buildin

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    opaque screen. (8) Residential roof

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    e. Marble f. Other materials simila

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    a. Canopies or portico integrated w

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    ARTICLE 8 STANDARDS OF GENERAL APPL

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    Management District shall be shown

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    (4) A conceptual site plan containi

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    ordinances and policies of general

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    permitted. Light sources should not

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    Section 8.6. Live-Aboard Boats, Hou

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    (4) The Zoning Official is charged

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    prior to the establishment of a fin

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    (e) Above ground backflow preventer

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    footage to be transferred to the re

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    and 70 feet. There shall be a clear

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    Section 8.27 Outdoor Dining, Local

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    location within the designated outd

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    ARTICLE 9 STREETS Section 9.1. Purp

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    Section 9.3. Design Principles In a

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    ick pavers, concrete, or a similar

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    AVENUE Avenues, as civic spaces, se

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    RESIDENTIAL MAIN STREET Residential

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    MINOR STREET Minor streets are pede

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    REAR ALLEY Alleys are privately mai

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    enter or exit a site in a manner wh

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    (9) For multi-family and commercial

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    Section 10.6 Parking in the CC Dist

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    (d) Other Uses. For other uses not

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    Section 10.12. Valet Parking Facili

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    together to compute the area of the

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    such signs shall remain static at a

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    and an entrance to the project is l

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    location that is for sale during th

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    (1) An informational sign identifyi

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    of 10 square feet and a width of 3

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    (d) Flashing signs, signs with flas

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    (d) Other Signs in Public Right-of-

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    (2) Two complete sets of drawings t

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    general interest to the community w

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    (d) Fences shall be supplemented wi

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    provided landscape plot plan and me

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    (3) No street tree with a 50% matur

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    (3) Repeat applications will be req

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    only occur within the building foot

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    standards and in accordance with th

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    (c) Upland Trees [that do better on

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    Section 13.1 Purpose. ARTICLE 13 EV

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    (3) A temporary tent may be used as

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    various types of Special Events. Th

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    (1) Yard setback and open space req

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    ARTICLE 14 FLOOD HAZARD AREAS The p

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    Section 14.4. Establishment of Deve

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    (j) Where interpretation is needed

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    (b) New Construction, and Substanti

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    (j) Elevated Buildings. New constru

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    (e) A registered professional engin

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    Section 14.15. Subdivision Proposal

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    the preparation of additional sites

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    Manufactured home means a building,

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    permit for improvements and which a

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    Clerk’s Office and shall be made

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    (e) Quorum and Vote Required. A quo

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    (f) Official Review. In conducting

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    Section 16.3. Application for Certi

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    (i) Reasons for HPAB Actions to App

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    Table 16.1. Time Period: Through 20

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    vegetation, and other natural featu

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    Section 16.5. Application for Demol

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    park, and roadway capacities needed

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    when in the judgment of the Urban D

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    on the City traffic circulation map

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    ecommendation within 60 days after

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    g. Any proposed changes to the exte

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    Criteria noted above. (n) Condition

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    operation hours, as approved by the

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    (8) The requested variance is consi

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    (b) Pre-application Meeting. Prior

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    Section 17.1. Purpose ARTICLE 17 NO

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    shall continue after the principal

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    ARTICLE 18 VIOLATIONS, PENALTIES, A

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    (e) Criminal. Any person, firm or c

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    Section 19.1. Intent ARTICLE 19 DEF

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    . That the proposed use will not be

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    (22) BERM A raised earth mound whic

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    (41) CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY [CO]

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    esidence. (60) DAY CARE HOME [small

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    (78) DWELLING A building, or portio

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    money] based on a good faith relian

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    (106) HABITABLE VEHICLE Habitable v

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    machines, plumbing fixtures, furnit

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    (140) MANUFACTURED HOUSING A closed

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    electrical systems contained therei

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    (166) OPEN SPACE Any area which doe

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    (185) PERMITTED USES Uses allowed t

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    meet the minimum development standa

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    (216) SATELLITE DISH ANTENNA Any an

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    (233) STORY That portion of a build

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    Objective 2 By reducing the number

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    payment of fees and dues and regula

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