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Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

Chapter 26 - City of Punta Gorda

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of outdoor recreation and limited residential character. It is intended to provide for an atmosphere which provides for recreational amenities, onsite conveniences and limited residential occupation. It is the further intent of these regulations that the individual lots not be subdivided for individual ownership, but be retained in a form of common ownership. (2) Permitted and principal uses and structures. a. Recreational vehicles b. Travel trailers c. Motor homes d. Camping tents e. Park trailers f. Park recreational facilities including community rooms, courts for games, docks, piers, swimming pools, bath houses, boat launching areas, etc. g. Management offices and maintenance facilities h. Manager’s residence (a single mobile home may be allowed for a manager’s residence only). i. Essential Services 1 and 2 (3) Permitted accessory uses and structures. Accessory uses and structures are permitted if they are customarily accessory to permitted uses and structures; are located on the same parcel as the recreational vehicle park; are not likely to attract visitors in large numbers; and involve operations of a recreational vehicle park including the following: a. Laundry facilities, sale of groceries and sundries, sale of LP (liquefied petroleum) gas, all of which are subject to the following: 1. Such establishments and their associated parking areas related primarily to their operations shall not occupy more than two (2) percent of the area of the park; 2. Such establishment shall be used primarily by occupants of the park; 3. The commercial nature of such establishment shall not be visible from any street outside the park so as to attract customers other than the occupants of the park; 4. Such establishment shall not be located closer than one hundred (100) feet from any public street and shall be accessible only from a street within the park. b. Enclosed storage structures and garage facilities located on a designated common area with the use to be limited to the park management and the residents, limited to no more than 5% of the total area of the park. c. Detached and freestanding screen rooms and/or cabanas, provided that such structures are totally independent from the recreational vehicle and shall be constructed and located in such a manner as not to impede the immediate removal of any recreational vehicle from its designated site. For purposes of this section, temporary flashing materials installed between the RV unit and free standing screen rooms shall not constitute an attachment. In addition, screening materials within RV Parks may include a traditional skeletal structure of aluminum or any engineered approved lightweight material designed to fasten screen, plastic, vinyl or acrylic. d. Storage structures not exceeding fifty (50) square feet may be allowed, provided that they are detached and located as an improvement on all recreational vehicle lots. The location and size 26-12

of the storage structures shall be uniform and the same on all lots. e. Concrete slabs, decks and patios, provided such structures are detached and structurally independent from the accompanying recreational vehicles and in no way impede the immediate removal of said recreational vehicles from the site. f. Open storage areas for recreational equipment and vehicles, the use of which is limited to the park residents, provided that said area is designated on the approved development plan for the recreational vehicle park and that no such area shall exceed two (2) percent of the total park area and no such area shall be visible from the public right-of-way or adjacent properties. (i) Prohibited uses and structures. Any use or structure not expressly or by reasonable implication permitted herein or permitted by special exception, including, but not limited to: (1) Year around occupation of a recreational vehicle. (2) Any recreational vehicle in excess of 400 square feet when constructed to ANSI A-119.5 standards, and 500 square feet when constructed to United States Department of Housing and Urban Development Standards. (3) Permanently attached screen rooms and/or cabanas including any form of rigid awnings which are not designed for transportation down the highway. (4) All detached and freestanding, independent structures on the recreational vehicle site must be removed within ten (10) days of termination of the tenant’s lease or rental agreement. (j) Development Standards. (1) Minimum park area: 20 acres (2) Minimum lot area: 2100 square feet (3) Minimum lot width: 35 feet (4) Minimum yard requirements: a. No structure or recreational vehicle shall be located closer than 35 feet to any park boundary abutting a public road nor closer than 25 feet to an exterior park boundary. b. No structure or recreational vehicle shall be located closer than 10 feet to any other structure or closer than 8 feet to the pavement line of any internal street, excluding driveways and patio slabs which are not in excess of 6 inches above the existing finished grade of the recreational vehicle site. (5) Maximum height: 26 feet above BFE (6) Maximum density: 8 sites per acre {Ord. No. 1458-06, 4, 12/6/06; Ord. No. 1613-09, 1, 9/2/09; Ord. No. 1638-10, 4, 6/2/10; Ord. No. 1679-11, 1, 5/4/11; Ord. No. 1716-12, 1, 7-7-12} Section 3.7. NR, Neighborhood Residential District The Neighborhood Residential District provides for residential development surrounding the traditional town center and its regional extensions. The district preserves the traditional building pattern of mixed residential development, which historically has been integrated to form a vibrant, active, and cohesive neighborhood unit. The guidelines detailed in this section are coded to permit the construction of detached, attached, and apartment building types in close proximity to each other to encourage a traditional, pedestrian-friendly streetscape. (a) Permitted Principal Uses and Structures. (1) Single family detached homes, excluding mobile homes (2) Duplex homes 26-13

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    17. Planned Development District de

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    Section 6.7. Erection of More than

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    (d) Courtyard. This type of buildin

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    . combination of landscaping and a

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    suitable entry. (10) In nonconformi

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    1. An existing or newly platted pub

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    materials or wall, or a combination

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    or legislative decisions of any kin

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    Council. This direction shall in no

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    is contingent upon those amendments

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    welfare. {Ord. No. 1422-05, 1, 10/

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    6. Hedges in rear yards of properti

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    disposal shall be provided and shal

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    esidential property of the owner of

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    development shall be retained or st

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    {Ord. No. 1424-05, 1-3, 10/05/05;

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    The City Council may grant one exte

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    (c) Yard sale signage is permitted

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    designated outdoor area; the bounda

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    fails to maintain any required stat

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    Exhibit 9-A. A B C A. Existing exam

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    Hybrid Bicycle Lane (b) Cul-de-sacs

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    Boulevards are urban in character a

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    MAIN STREET Main streets are urban

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    LOCAL STREET Local streets are pede

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    LANE Lanes are narrow, short, priva

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    ARTICLE 10 PARKING AND LOADING Sect

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    (5) Motorcycle/Scooter spaces shall

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    Section 10.4. Off-Site Parking Area

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    (b) Institutional/Medical/Governmen

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    Section 10.11. Valet Parking Valet

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    ARTICLE 11 SIGN STANDARDS Section 1

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    Section 11.3. Permitted Signs The f

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    (4) Such signs may contain logos or

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    shall not be legible from a public

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    (7) Construction of the development

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    (7) All portable signs must be main

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    sign. d. The Urban Design Manager m

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    ordinances of the City, any sign ma

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    Section 11.10. Variances The City C

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    property may be submitted only if s

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    Section 12.1. Purpose ARTICLE 12 LA

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    (n) The use of artificial turf may

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    Section 12.4. Types of Landscaping

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    Multi-Family 15’ 10’ 0 0 0 0 Of

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    proposed for watering and maintaini

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    (13) Winged Yam (14) Air Potato (15

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    landscape, or tree save areas. Sect

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    (6) Pittosporum * (7) Plumbago * (8

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    (j) Temporary promotional signage t

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    (3) A temporary tent may be used in

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    these review standards are to serve

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    (c) To minimize the need for rescue

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    certified by same. When flood-proof

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    (c) Approval Factors. In passing ap

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    ase flood elevation. Methods of anc

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    water and with structural component

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    (k) Any alteration, repair, reconst

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    indeterminate and where velocity fl

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    Floodway fringe means that area of

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    (d) Designed primarily not for use

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    Section 15.1. City Council ARTICLE

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    (e) Quorum and Vote Required. A quo

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    ARTICLE 16 APPLICATION REVIEW AND A

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    (b) Record of Administrative Decisi

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    (3) Complete materials list (4) Pho

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    home will use 190 gallons per day o

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    equired by code. In the case where

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    a level of service as follows: 1. E

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    conformity in all respects to the p

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    d. On-site parking and loading area

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    uildings and unit numbers within bu

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    . A minimum ten-foot separation sha

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    process. A concurrent review of the

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    (k) Approval Criteria for Requests

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    during minor construction or renova

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    Owners of lands or structures or th

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    ut not limited to reasonable time l

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    public hearing by the Planning Comm

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    (c) Less intense Non-Conforming Use

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    activity that has for a period of a

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    (i) To violate the terms of any per

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    (b) Stop Work/Use. Whenever a build

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    Section 19.3. Definitions (a) For p

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    (15) AUTO DEPENDENT DESIGN [see als

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    (32) BUILDING LINE The line formed

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    (50) CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY AREA An

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    impervious cover on a land area or

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    electrical, natural, gas, and water

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    appearance through architectural el

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    for sidewalks], gravel, rooftops of

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    emitted above the fixture or below

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    the lease, rental or sale of boat d

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    entertainment is conducted as a pri

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    (176) PARCEL See lot (177) PARK Lan

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    (197) PROMENADE See esplanade (198)

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    of seats for customers indoors and

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    (224) SIGHT DISTANCE TRIANGLE The t

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    (242) SUSTAINABLE Having the abilit

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    y the City Council in accordance wi

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