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Masters thesis program

Material Information

Title:
Masters thesis program
Alternate title:
Vanderbur Block
Creator:
Dorian, Mark
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
2 volumes : maps, plans ; 22 x 36 cm

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Real estate development -- Colorado -- Denver ( lcsh )
Real estate development ( fast )
Colorado -- Denver ( fast )
Genre:
theses ( marcgt )
non-fiction ( marcgt )

Notes

General Note:
"The problem: to develop the 'Vanderbur Block' in the Highland District of the City and County of Denver."
General Note:
Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree, Master of Architecture, College of Design and Planning.
Statement of Responsibility:
Mark Dorian.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Colorado Denver
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
10058119 ( OCLC )
ocm10058119
Classification:
LD1190.A72 1979 .D67 ( lcc )

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K-3 District Regulations
612
.4. E-3 District,
.4-1. Repealed by Ord. 92, Series 1S60.
.4-2. Limitations on External Effects of Uses. Ail uses established cr placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance shall comply forthwith with the following- limitations. All uses actually established and in operation on the effective date of this ordinance shall be made to comply with the following limitations on or before February 11, 1958: (Ord. No. 61, Series 1957)
.4-2(1). Enclosure of Uses. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be operated in its entirety within a completely enclosed structure; the exemption of a use from the requirement of enclosure will be indicated by the phrase need not be enclosed appearing after any use exempted.
.4-2(2). Volume of Sound Generated. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be so operated that the volume of sound inherently and recurrently generated does not exceed sixty decibels at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.4-2(3). Vibration Generated. Every use shall be so operated that the ground vibration inherently and recurrently generated is not perceptible,
- without instruments, at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located,
.4-2(4). Emission of Heat, Glare, Radiation and Fumes. Every use shall be so operated that it does not emit an obnoxious or dangerous degree-of heat, glare, radiation or fumes beyond any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.4-2(5). Outdoor Storage and Waste Disposal.
.4-2(5) (a). No highly flammable or explosive liquids, solids or gases shall be stored in bulk above ground. Tanks or drums o: fuel directly connecting with heating devices or appliances located on the same Zone Lot as the tanks or drums of fuel are excluded from this provision;
.4-2(5) (b). All outdoor storage facilities for fuel, raw materials and products shall be enclosed by a fence or wall adequate to conceal such facilities from adjacent property;
.4-2(5) (c). No materials or wastes shall be deposited upon a Zone Lot in such form or manner that they may be transferred off the Zone Lot by .natural causes or forces;
.4-2(5) (d). All materials or wastes which might cause fumes or dust or which constitute a fire hazard or which may be edible by or otherwise be attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored outdoors only in closed containers.
. \ .4-3. Permitted Uses. No land shall be used or occupied and no struc-
ture shall be designed, erected, altered, used cr occupied except for either qne or more of the following Uses by Right or for one or more of the following Uses by Temporary Permit; provided, however, that a Use by Right may be accompanied by lawful Accessory Uses and/or one cr more of the following Uses by Temporary Permit. (Sec.-1(b), Ord. 126, Series 1967)
1S75 Rev. 2
377.10


612 Revised Mut?ic*?al Code of the Cm1 Am> Cctr?-*ry of Denver
.4-3(2). Uses by Right. The following uses may be operated as Uses by Right:
.4-3(1)(a). Art museum, public;
.4-3 (1) (b). Church;
.4-3(1)(c). Community center: snail have no outdoor public address system or any type of amplified music device; (Ord. 301, Series 1966)
.4-3(1)(d). Consular residence;
.4-3(1)(e). Dwelling, multiple unit;
.4-3(1)(f). Dwelling, single unit;
.4-3(1) (g). Electric substation; if transformers are exposed, there shall be provided an enclosing fence or wail at least six feet high and adequate to obstruct view, noise and passage of persons or materials; exempted from Limitations on External effects of Uses relating to Volume of Sound Generated to the extent of sixty-five decibels;
.4-3(1)(h). Eire station;
.4-3(1)(i). Fraternity or.sorority house;
.4-3(1)(j). Gas regulator station; exempted from Limitations on External Effects of Uses relating to Volume of Sound Generated to the extent of sixty-five decibels;
'.4-3(1)(k)._ Hospital, not including animal hospital;
.4-3(1)(1). Institution; (Ord.-182, Series 1964)
.4-3(1) (m). Library, public;'
.4-3(1)(n). Monastery, convent or similar institution of religious training;
.4-3(1) (o). Parish house (including nunnery or other similar residence for clergy) ;
.4-3(1) (p). Parking of vehicles, only to serve any other Use by Right permitted in the "District and for historic structures when the Board of Adjustment has granted an exception under Section 611.6-4(3) (g).; need not be enclosed and provided that any part of such use conducted outside a completely enclosed structure shall comply with all specifications tor maintenance hereinafter required tor off-street parking space. (Ord. 465, Series 1975)
.4-3(1)(a). Police station;
.4-3(1)(r). Pre-school: exempted from Limitations on External Effects of Uses relating to Volume of Sound Generated;
.4-3(1)(s). Public park and/or playground; need not be enclosed;
.4-3(1)(t). Railway right-of-way: any railway right-of-way existing cn the date this ordinance became effective, but not including railway yards, maintenance or fueling facilities; need not be enclosed;
.4-3(1)(u). Rooming and/or boarding house;
.4-3(1)(v). School: elementary and/or secondary school meeting all requirements of the compulsory education iaws of the State of Coiorado and either providing or not providing residential accommodations; exempted from Limitations on External Effects of Uses relating to Volume of Sound Generated ;
.4-3(1) (w). Telephone exchange: a telephone exchange without shops, garages or general administrative offices;
,4-3(1)(x). Terminal for intra-city public transit vehicles; need not be enclosed;
377.11
1975 Rev. 2


612
R-3 District Regulations
.4-3(l)(y). University or college: a university or college furnishing residential accommodations for at least 20 per cent of the student body or 50 students, whichever is less;
.4-3(l)(z). Utility pumping station;
.4-3(1 Haa). Water reservoir: need not be enclosed.
.4-3(l)(bb>. Lodge for a Religious or Quasi-Reiigious Order; private and operated for benefit of members and not for gain. (Ord. 256, Series 1965)
.4-3(l)fcc). Community Recreational Facility: shall have no outdoor public address system or any type of amplified music device; need not be enclosed; (Ord. 3S6, Series 1976)
.4-3(l)(dd). Landing or takeroff area for Police rotorcraft, not including maintenance, repair, fueling or hangar facilities; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 27, Series 1969)
.4-3{l)(ee). Residential Care for the Elderly: shall have a Zone Lot which provides no less than 400 square feet of land area for each, resident and shall provide no less than ISO square feet of floor area.for each rental room (Ord. 439, Series 1972)
.4-3(l)(ff). Hostel. (Ord 117. Series 1976)
.4-3(2). Uses by Temporary Permit. Upon application to and issuance by the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor, the following uses may be operated as-Uses by Temporary Permit and need not be enclosed.
(Ord. 215, Series 1959)
.4-3(2)(a). Eazaar: a bazaar operated as a place for the display arid sale of miscellaneous goods and for entertainment but not. including motorized amusement rides. Each permit shall be valid for a period of not to exceed 12 consecutive days and provided that a period of at least 90 days shall intervene between the termination of. one permit and the issuance of another permit for the same location. (Ord. 566, Series 1977)
.4-3(2)(b). Newspaper distribution station: a newspaper distribution station operated in accordance with ail of the following standards: Shall be maintained in a sightly condition with all papers, waste wrappers and newspapers stored, handled and distributed within a completely enclosed structure until removed from the premises; shall provide adequate on the premises storage for bicycles and shall prohibit unnecessary' loitering on or about the premises; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of not more than one calendar year but may be renewed; and provided, further, that a failure to comply with any of the standards herein set forth shall be cause for revocation of any permit; 1
.4-3(2)(c). Non-commercial concrete batching plant, both, incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify the location of the plant and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more than two miles from the plant. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than six successive periods at the same location. (Ord. 96, Series 1957)
.4-3(2)(d). Parking lot designated for a special event; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid only for the duration of the designated special event; and provided, further, that if the designated special event is a seasonal activity, the permit may be valid for the entire season but shall be restricted in use to designated dates and times during which the event is occurring; need not be enclosed;


612
Revised Municipal Code of the City and County of Denver
.4-3{2)(e;. Temporary building: or yard for construction materials and/or equipment, both incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify the location of the building or yard arid the area, within, the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more than two miles from the building or yard. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and snail not be renewed for more than four successive periods at the same location: need not be enclosed. (Ord. 95, Series 1957)
,4-3(2)(f). Temporary office, both incidental and necessary for the sale or rental of real property in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify the location of the office and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area- shall be a distance of more than two miles from the office. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than four successive periods at the same location. (Ord. 94, Series 1957)
.4-3(2)(g). Ambulance Sendee operated in accordance with all of the following standards: (1) not more than two ambulances at any one location; (2) vehicles to be parked in completely enclosed structure when not in use; (3) no mechnical or maintenance work is to be done on premises and no gasoiine is to be stored there; (4) no office is to be maintained in connection with the above use. Each permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six months, but may be renewed; provided, however,-that failure to comply with any of the standards set forth shall be cause for revocation of any permit. (Ord. 363, Series 1958)
.4-3(2)(h). Health- Care Center: a health care center operated by the Department of Health and Hospitals of the City and Count?/ of Denver as a nonprofit community facility providing service but not a commodity; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of one calendar year and maybe renewed. (Ord. 322, Series 1967)
,4-3(2)(i). Retail Food Market: a retail food market occupying not more than 2.500 square feet of floor area in a multiple unit dwelling if such use meets the following conditions: (1) the Zone Lot on which the multiple unit dwelling is iocated contains not less than three acres; (2) the multiple unit dwelling is operated and controlled by the Housing Authority of the City and County of Denver and (3) is provided for the convenience of the tenants of the dwelling units located on the same Zone Lot as the retail food market; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of one year and may be renewed. (Ord. 857, Series 1973)
.4-3(3). Accessory Uses.
.4-3(3)(a). All Uses by Right. Incidental only to any Use by Right, any use which complies with all of the following conditions may he operated as an 1 Accessory Use and need not be enclosed. (Ord. 3S, Series I960)
.4-3(3){'a)(a-l). Is clearly incidental and customary to and commonly associated with the operation of the Use by Right. (Ord. 138, Series 1958)
378


H-3 District Hsgtjlatioks
612
. ,4-3{3)(a)(a-2). Is operated and maintained under the same ownership, or by lessees or concessionaires thereof, and on the same Zone Lot as the Use by Right. (Ord. 133, Series 1958)
.4-3(3) (a) (a-3). Does not include structures or structural features inconsistent with the Use by Right. (Ord/ 133, Series 1958)
.4-3(3) (a) (a-4). Does not include residential occupancy except by domestic employees employed on the premises and the immediate families of such employees. (Ord. 138, Series 1953)
.4-3(3) (a) (a-5). If operated partially or entirely in detached structures, the gross floor area of such detached structures shall not exceed ten per cent of the area of the Zone Lot; provided, however, that this limitation shall not apply to detached garages or detached car ports used exclusively by occupants of structures containing the Use by Right or by persons employed in such structures. (Ord. 138, Series 1S58)
.4-3(3) (a) (a-6). If operated partially or entirely within the structure containing the Use by Right, the gross floor area within such structure utilized by Accessory Uses (except garages and dining rooms for the exclusive use of occupants or persons employed in the structure) shall not be greater than: (1) twenty per cent of the gross floor area, but not to exceed three hundred square feet, of a single unit dwelling or any dwelling unit in a multiple unit dwelling containing eight or less dwelling units or (2) ten per cent of the gross floor area of a structure containing any Use by Right other than-a single unit dwelling or a multiple unit dwelling containing eight or less dwelling units. (Ord. 138. Series 1958)
.4-3(3) (b). Multiple Unit Dwelling Only. Upon application to and issuance by the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor and incidental only to a multiple unit dwelling, contained in a structure having 50,000 or more square feet of gross floor area, one or more uses hereinafter set forth may be operated as Accessory Uses if each such use meets the following conditions: (1) is provided for the qonvenience of the owner and/or tenants; (2) does not have signs of any type; (3; does not have a separate outside entrance facing any street and (4) is not evident from any street: (Ord. 525, Series 1972)
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378.1


R-3 District Regulations

.4-3(3){b)(b-l).
.4-3(3){b){b-2).
.4-3(3)(b)(b-3).
.4-3(3}(b)(b-4).
-4-3f3)(b){b-5).
.4-3(3)(b)(b-6).
.4-3(3)(b)(b-7).
Barber shop.
Beauty shop.
Collection and distribution station for laundry and dry' cleaning. Eating place, no live entertainment.
Travel or car rental service.
Delicatessen.
News, cigar, and/or candy stand.
.4-3(3)(b)(b-S). Repealed by Grd. 241, Series 1972.
.4-3(4). Home Occupations. Upon application to and issuance by the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor, the following uses may be operated as Home Occupations in connection with the operation of a single unit dwelling or each dwelling unit in a multiple unit dwelling and subject to the following limitations: (Ord. 382, Series 1972)
.4-3 (4)(a). Permitted Home Occupations.
.4-3(4)(a)(a-l). Custom dressmaking, millinery'? tailoring, sewing of frabric for custom apparel and custom home furnishings;
.4-3(4)(a)(a-2). Laundering, pressing;
.4-3(4)(a)(a-3). Office: any office in which chattels or goods, wares or merchandise are not commercially created, displayed, exchanged, stored or sold. (Ord. 73, Series 1973)
.4-3(4)(a)(a-4). Tutoring (not more than four students simultaneously); .4-3(4)(a)(a-5). Fine arts studio in which are created only individual works of art; .4-3(4)(a)(a-6). Beauty shop. (Ord. 49, Series 1957)
,4-3(4)(a)(a-7). Foster family care (not more than four children simultaneously); (Ord. 55, Series 1964)
.4-3(4)(a)(a-8). Repairing of clocks and watches but not including the sale of such items. (Ord. 43, Series 1971)
.4-3(4)(a)(a-9). Day Care. (Oi^i. 3S2, Series 1974)
.4-3(4)(a)(a-10). Craftswork. (Ord. 299, Series 1975)
.4-3(4}(b). Limitations on Permitted Home Occupations. All Home Occupations operated in a single unit dwelling or in a dwelling unit in a multiple unit dwelling shall be considered a single unit which unit may be operated only if it complies with ail of the following conditions:
.4-3(4)(b)(b-l). Is operated in its entirety within the single unit dwelling or the dwelling unit in a multiple unit dwelling and only by the person or persons maintaining a dwelling therein;
.4-3(4)(b)(b-2). Does not have a separate entrance from outside the building;
.4-3(4)(b)(b-3). Does not display or create outside the building any external evidence of the operation of the Home Occupation except, for each street front of the Zone Lot on which the building is located, one unanimated, non-illuminated flat or window sign having an area of not more than one hundred square inches;
.4-3(4)(b)(b-4). Does not utilize more than twenty per cent of the gross floor area, but not to exceed three hundred square feet, in the single unit dwelling or the dwelling unit in the multiple unit dwelling;
4-3(4)(b)(b-5). Does not have any employees or regular assistants not residing in the single unit dwelling or the dwelling unit in the multiple unit dwelling;
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.4-3(4}(b)(b-6). Is limited to the use of electric motors for power, with a total limitation of three horsepower.
.4-4. Permitted Structures.
.4-4(1). Zone Lot for Structures. A separate ground area, herein called the Zone Lot. shall be designated, provided and continuously maintained for each structure containing a Use by Right. Each Zone Lot shall have at least one front line and shall be occupied only by the structure containing a Use by Right and a subordinate structure or structures containing only Accessory Uses; provided, however, one subordinate structure containing more than one habitable story and which structure was erected prior to November 8, 1956 as a carriage house.'may be used in its entirely as a single unit dwelling. The Zone Lot for each structure designed or used either wholly or partly for residential occupancy shall be not less than 50 feet wide at the front setback line for structures and shall contain not less than 6,000 square fee^; provided, however, that on a Zone Lot for a structure used as a single unit dwelling the minimum width may be reduced to 37 feet and/or the requirement as to minimum size may be waived altogether on a Zone Lot adjoined on both sides by Zone Lots with structures thereon or on a Zone Lot adjoined on one side by a street and on the other side by a Zone Lot with a structure or structures thereon. The Zone Lot for the following structures shall provide at least the following amounts of Unobstructed Open Space which shall not include space provided for off-street parking: (1) each residential structure of one to three habitable stories twenty per cent of the area of the Zone Lot; (?) each residential structure of four or more habitable stories thirty per cent of the area of the Zone Lot. Unobstructed open space may be located on the ground and on roof decks having an average height of not more than six feet above .grade and shall be utilized only for landscaping and/or recreational facilities. Upon application to and approval by the Department of Zoning Administration, the boundaries and area of a designated Zone Lot may be amended if full compliance with all requirements of this ordinance canbe maintained. (Ora. 200, Series 1977)
.4-4(2). Location of Structures. Except as otherwise hereinafter provided, the space resulting from the following setbacks shall be open and unobstructed.
.4-4(2)(a). Front Setback. All structures shall be set in a distance of not less than ten feet from each front line of the Zone Lot; provided, however, that on the two shorter dimensions of any block oblong in shape, the front setback may be reduced to five feet for structures which face on either longer dimension; and provided, further, that detached accessory structures, except those detached accessory structures used as garages or for recreational or outaoor cooking and eating purposes or gas-firea incinerators, shall be set in a sufficient distance from each front line of the Zone Lot so that such structures are located only on the rear one-fourth of interior Zone Lots and on corner Zone Lets are located only on the rear part of the Zone Lot which is adjacent to and corresponding with the rear one-fourth of abutting interior Zone Lots and no closer to the side street right-of-way than thirty feet or one-half the dimensions of the corner Zone Lot, measured perpendicularly from the side street right-of-way, whichever distance is greater. The space resulting from the foregoing setbacks shall be used for landscaping and access ways to the Use by Right but shall not be used for the parking of vehicles. (Ord. 165, Series 1969)
.4-4(2)(b). Rear Setback. If no alley abuts the rear line of the Zone lot, all detached accessor}' structures and fixtures shall be set in a distance of not less than five feet and all other structures shall be set in a distance of net less than twenty feet from each rear line of the Zone Lot. If am alley
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abuts the rear line of the Zone Lot, detached garages and carports opening directly on the alley shall be set in a distance of not less than five feet from the alley, line; detached accessory structures (including garages and carports which gc not open directly or: the alley) and fixtures lor the disposal of trash and garbage may be located on the alley line and all other structures shall be set in a distance of not less than twenty feet from the center line of the abutting alley; provided, however, that if a Zone Lot' has more than one rear line by reason of abutting alleys, the aforesaid setbacks shall be required from only one rear line and the other rear line or lines shall, for the purposes of setbacks, be deemed side lines of the Zone Lot/ Whether or not an alley abuts the rear line of the Zone Lot, electric substations, gas regulator stations and utility pumping stations which do not have a rear entrance may be located on the rear line of the Zone Lot; if such structures do have a rear entrance they shall be set in a distance of not less than five feet from the rear line of the Zone Lot.
.4-4(2) (c). Sido Setback.
.4-4(2) (c)(c-i). On Zone Lets less than thirty feet in width, all structures, except detached garages or carports as set forth in Section. .4-4(2) (c) (c-3). hereof, shall be set in a distance cf not less than three feet from each side line of the Zone Lot.
.4-4(2) (c)(c~2). On Zone Lots thirty or more feet in width, electric substations, gas regulator stations, single unit dwellings and multiple unit dwellings containing not more than two dwelling units shall be set in a distance of not-less than five feet and all other structures, except detached garages or carports as set forth in Section .4-4(2) (c)(c-3). hereof, shall be set in a distance of not less than seven feet and six inches from each side line of the Zone Lot.
.4-4(2) (c) (c-3). Regardless of the width of the Zone Lot, detached garages or carports need not be set in from any side line of the Zone Lot if such garages or carports meet the following conditions: (1) On Zone Lots 125 or less feet in depth, are located in their entirety on the rear one-third of the Zone Lot and no part of such structures is more than forty feet from the rear line oi the Zone Lot; (2) On Zone Lots more than 125 feet in depth, are located in their entirety on the rear one-third of the Zone Lot and no part of such structures is less than eighty-five feet from one or more front lines of the Zone Lot. (Sec. 1(d), Ord. 53, Series 1957)
.4-4(2) (c)(c-4). The space resulting from the foregoing setbacks shall be used for landscaping and access ways but shall not be used for the parking of vehicles; provided, however, if the distance from the building to the side line of the Zone Lot measures 21 feet or more, that setback space may be used for the parking of vehicles. (Ord. 165, Series 1969)
.4-4(2) (d). Permitted Encroachments on Setback Space.
.4-4(2) (d)(d-l). Belt courses, sills, lintels, and pilasters may project eighteen inches into front, rear and side setback spaces. (Ord. 467, Scries 1959)
.4-4(2)(d)(d-2). Cornices, eaves and gutters may project three feet into front setback space, five feet into rear setback space and thirty-six inches into side setback space; provided, however, that if the side setback space is less than five feet in width then such projection shall not exceed one-haif the width of the side setback space. (Ord. 383, Series 195S)
' .4-4(2) (d)(d-3). Outside stairways may project five feet into front setback space, ten feet into rear setback space and three feet into side setback space;
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*.4-4(2) (d)(d-5). Chimneys net to exceed six feet in width may project eighteen inches into front, rear and side setback spaces. (Ord. 468, Series 1959)
.4-4(2) (d) (d-6). Building accessories designed and intended to control light entering a building and being a permanent part of such building may project five ieet into front setback space, ten feet into rear setback space and three feet into side setback space;
.4-4(2) (d)(d-7). Building accessories designed and intended to control light entering a building and not being a permanent part of such building, by being removable therefrom and by not being attached to a load-bearing member thereof, mar project any distance into any setback space.
.4-4(2) (d)(d-8). Canopies may project any distance into the front setback space. (Sec. 1(a), Ord. No. 16, Series 1958)
.4-4(2) (d) (d-9), Any structure or part thereof which is below the grade of anv setback so.ace may oroiect anv distance into such setback space. (Ord. 411, Series 1959)
.4-4(2) (d)(e-10). Gas and electric meters and transformers may project three ieet into front, rear and side setback spaces if screened on aii sides by a masonry wall. (Ord. 494, Series 1971)
.4-4(2) (s). Fences, Walls and Retaining Walls. Fences, Walls and Retaining Walls net exceeding 43 inches in height may be erected on any part ci the Zone Lot between the front line of the Zone Lot and the front setback line for structures and on any other part of the Zone Lot may be erected to a height of not to exceed 72 inches; provided, however. (1) retaining walls abutting public rights of way may be built to any height; (2) schools, public parks and/or playgrounds may erect open-mesh fences' to any height on any part of the Zone Lot and (3) on a corner Zone Lot, fences and wails not exceeding 72 inches in height may be built on the rear line of the Zone Lot and on the front line of a Zone Lot from the rear line forward to the rear of any structure containing the Use by Right if the corner Zone Lot meets the following qualifications: (a) is located on a block oblong in shape; (b) the structure thereon containing the Use by Fright faces a longer dimension of the block; and (c) all Zone Lots on the same snorter dimension of the same block are either vacant cr do not have thereon any structure containing a Use by Right which structure faces the shorter dimension of the block. The height of walls, fences and retaining wails shall be determined by measurement from the ground level at the lowest grade level within three feet of either side of such walls, fences cr retaining walls; provided, however, that in computing the height of retaining walls there shall be omitted from such computation, any open-mesh fence located on top of the retaining wall and not exceeding 43 inches in height. Fences, wails and retaining walls permitted hereunder shall not be included in computing compliance with Outside Area of Window Exposure. (Sec. 1(b), Ord. 39, Series 1958)
.4-4(3). Maximum Bulk of Structures. No part of any structure (except church spires, church towers, flagpoles, antennas, chimneys, flues, vents or accessory water tanks) shall project up through bulk limits which are defined by planes starting (1) at horizontal lines which are co-directional to the side line or lines of the Zone Let and pass tnrough points twenty feet above the mid-point ci each such side line or lines, and (2) at horizontal lines which are co-direction a! to the center line of all streets abutting the Zone Lot and pass through points twenty feet above the mid-pcint of such center lines between the boundary lines of the Zone Lot extended, and (3) at, if no alley abuts the Zone Lot. a horizontal line which is co-directional to the rear line o: the Zone Lot and passes through a point twenty feet above the
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mid-point to such rear line of the Zone Lot; and if the rear line or lines of the Zone Lot are established by an abutting alley or alleys such planes shall start at horizontal lines which are co-directionai to the. center lines of such abutting alley or alleys and pass through points twenty feet above the mid-point of such center lines between the boundary lines of the Zone Lot extended, and which planes extend up over the Zone Lot at an angle of sixty-three degrees and twenty-six minutes with respect to the horizontal (a pitch of two feet additional rise for each foot additional setback) until such planes intersect a vertical line thirty feet horizontally distant from the various points of beginning as above set forth, at which point the angle of the buik plane shall change from sixty-three degrees and twenty-six minutes to ninety degrees or true vertical. (Ore. 279, Series 1970)
.4-4(4). Maximum Gross Floor Area in Structures. The sum tetai of the gross floor area of all structures on a Zone Lot, excluding garage space, shall not be greater than three times the area of the Zone Lot on which the structures are located.
4-4(5). Outside Ares of Window Exposures. Each legally required window shall have not less than the following amount of outside exposure determined in the following manner: From a reference point located at the bottom center of the window, extend outward at right angle to the window plane, a horizontal sector of 140 degrees, centered on the, window, with a radius of fifteen feet. Within this sector the minimum required outside area of exposure for the window shall be any open sector or combination of sectors totalling 70 degrees. Applied in the direction of adjoining Zone Lota, the area which may be credited as outside area of window exposure, extends to required setback lines, regardless of the actual ioeaiion of structures. (Sec. 1(b), Ore. 117, Series 1959)
.4-4(5). Minimum Size of Dwellings. Each single unit dwelling and any other structure occupied in whole or in part for residential purposes shall contain a gross floor area of net less than six hundred (600) square feet. (Sec. 1, Ord. 263, Series 1957)
.4-5. Permitted Signs. The provisions of Article 613. Permitted Signs shall be in full force and effect in this district.
.4-5. Ofl-Street Parking Requirements. The provisions of Article 614. Off-Street Parking Requirements shall be in full force 3itd effect in this distract.
.4-7. Off-Street Lbsding Requirements. The provisions of Article 615. Off-Street Loading Requirements shall be in full force and effect in this district.
.4-8. Special Zens Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups. The provisions of Article 616. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups shall be in full force and effect in this district.
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.5-1. Repealed by Ord. 92, Series 1560.
.5-2. Limitations on External Effects of Uses. All uses established or placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance shail# comply forthwith with the following limitations. Aii uses actually established and in operation on the effective date of this ordinance shall be made to comply with the following limitations on or before February 11, 1953: (Ord. No. 61, Series 1957)
.5-2(1). Enclosure of Uses. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be operated in its entirety within a completely enclosed structure; the exemption of a use from the requirement c! enclosure will be indicated by the phrase need not be enclosed' appearing after any use exempted.
.5-2(2). Volume of Sound Generated. Every use. unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be so operated that the volume of sound inherently and currently generated does not exceed sixty decibels at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.5-2(3). Vibration Generated. Every use shall be so operated that the ground vibration inherently and recurrently generated is not perceptible, without instruments, at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.5-2(4). Emission c£ Heat, Glare, Radiation and Fumes. Every use shall be so operated that it. does not emit an obnoxious or dangerous degree of heat, glare, radiation or fumes beyond any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.5-2(5). Outdoor Storage and Waste Disposal.
.5-2(5)(a). No highly flammable or explosive liquids, solids or gases shall be stored in bulk above ground. Tanks or drums of fud directiv connecting with heating devices or appliances located on the same Zone Lot as the tanks, or drums of fuel are excluded from this provision;
.5-2(5) (b). A1 outdoor storage facilities for fuel, raw materials and products shall be enclosed by a fence or wail adequate to conceal such facilities from adjacent property;
.5-2(5)(c). No materials or wastes shall be deposited upon a Zone Lot in such form or manner that they may be transferred off the Zone Lot by natural causes or forces;
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.8-1. Pvepealed by Ord. 92. Series 1960.
.8-2. Limitations on External Effects of Uses. All uses established or placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance shall comply forthwith with the following limitations. Ail uses actually established and in operation on the effective date of this ordinance shall be made to comply with the following limitations on or before February 11. 1958: {Ord. No. 61, Series 1957)
.8-2(1). Enclosure of Uses. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be operated in its entirety within a completely enclosed structure; the exemption of a use from the requirement of enclosure will be indicated by the phrase need not be enclosed appearing after any use exempted.
' .3-2(2). Volume of Sound Generated. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be so operated that the volume of sound inherently and recurrently generated does not exceed seventy decibels at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
- .8-2(3). Vibration Generated. Every use -shall be so operated that the pound vibration inherently and recurrently generated is not perceptible, without instruments, at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.8-2(4). Emission of Heat, Glare, Radiation and Fumes. Every use shall be so operated that it does not emit an obnoxious or dangerous degree of heat, glare, radiation and fumes beyond any boundary line of the Zone Lot of which the use is located.
.8-2(5). Outdoor Storage and Waste Disposal.
.8-2(5)(a). No highly flammable or explosive liquids, solids cr gases shall be stored in bulk above ground. Tanks or drums of fuel directly connecting with heating devices or appliances located on the same Zone Lot as the tanks or drums of fuel are excluded from this provision;
.S-2(5)(b). All outdoor storage facilities for fuel, raw materials and products shall be enclosed by a fence or wall adequate to conceal such facilities from adjacent property;
.S-2(5)(c). No materials or wastes shall be deposited upon a Zone Lot in such form or manner that they may be transferred off the Zone Lot by natural causes or forces;
.8-2{5){d). All materials or wastes which might cause fumes or dust cr which constitute a fire hazard or which may be edible by or otherwise be attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored outdoors only in dosed containers.
.8-3. Permitted Uses. No land shall be used or occupied and no structure shall be designed, erected, altered, used or occupied except for either one or more of the following Uses by Right or for one or more of the following Uses by Temporary Permit; provided, however, that a Use by Right may be accompanied by lawful Accessory Uses and/or one or more of the following Uses by Temporary Permit-. (Sec. 1(b), Ord. 126, Series 1967}


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.8-3(1). Uses by Right. The following uses may be operated as Uses by Right; provided, however, that they be operated primarily at retail, wholesale use being limited to a volume which shaii not exceed twenty-five per cent of the totm operation. (Ord. 362, Series 195S)
.8-3(!)(a). Apparel and accessories store;
.3-3(l)(b). Automobile accessories store, including no auto or trailer rental, repairing, storage or dismantling on the premises;
.3-3(l)(c). Automobile gasoline filling station, net including rental of motor vehicles, overhauling of engines or transmissions, body or fender work, auto glass work, painting, welding, tire recapping or auto dismantling. All discarded parts and materials shall be deposited in a completely enclosed container concealed from adjacent properties. Trailer rentals. permitted as an accessory use ^subject to the following limitations: (1) one trailer permitted on the Zone Lot for each 4,000 square feet of land area in the Zone Lot, not, however, exceeding five trailers at any one time and (2) each trailer not to exceed eight feet in height, length and width; fuel pumps and trailer storage need not be enclosed. (Ord. 632, Series 1976)
.8-3(l)(d). Auto laundry and/or polishing shop, need not have doors: must comply with the following conditions: (1) discharges all waste water directly into the sewer, (2) if customer self-service operated shall provide, in addition to any other required off-street parking, sufficient space on the same Zone Lot to accommodate three vehicles waiting to be washed for each washing stall, and (3) parks no vehicles being serviced or stored for customers on streets, alleys, public sidewalks or public park strips; (Ord. 695, Series 1976)
.S-3(l)(e). Automobile sales room: an automobile sales room, including services and accessories, which complies with all of the following conditions: a) Is operated, as its primary function, for the sale at retail of new automobiles and, as secondary functions, may sell, at retail, used automobiles, automobile accessories, oil, grease, anti-freeze, tires and batteries and render services to the extent of installing the foregoing items, making minor mechanical adjustment, washing and polishing automobiles; b) does not display or service trucks or trailers; c) does not rebuild or overhaul engines^ repair bodies, repaint automobiles, re-upholster automobiles, recap tires, steam-clean automobiles or motors, conduct dismantling or collision repair; d) does or does not display automobiles only with enclosed structures but any display areas located along the perimeters of the Zone Lot which abut public streets are roofed to a depth of twenty feet from the outer edge of the display area and all display areas are screened from any adjacent residential district by a wall at least five feet high; e) automobiles being displayed, serviced or stored are not parked on streets, alleys, public sidewalks or public park strips; f) automobiles displayed outside a completely enclosed structure have individual signs only within such automobiles;
.8-3(l)(£). Bakery store; (Ord. 227, Series 1966)
8-3(l)(g). Bank;
.8-3(l)(h). Barber shop;
.S-3(l)(i). Beauty shop;
.S-3(l)(j). Blueprinting;
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.8-3(l){k). Book store;
.8-3(l)(l). Bowling alley;
.S-3(l)(m). Camera and photographic supplies store;
.S-3(l)(n). Candy, nut and confectionary store: a candy, nut and confectionary store in which potato chips axe not manufactured and all other manufacturing is permitted only as and subject to the limitations of an Accessory Use and is limited in quantity to goods retailed on the premises only;
.8-3(l)(o). Church, parish house;
.8-3(l)(p). Clinic, dental or medical;
.8-3(l)(q). Collection and distribution station for laundry or dry cleaner;
.8-3(l)(r). Dairy products store;
.8-3(l)(s). Delicatessen store;
.8-3(l)(t). Department store (sale of items limited to those which may be sold by any other use in this list);
.8-3(l)(u). Drug store;
.8-3(l)(v). Dry goods store (limited to soft lines only);
.S-3(l)(w). Eating place; provided that upon application to and issuance by the .Department of Zoning Administration of* a permit therefor the aforesaid use need not be enclosed to the extent that tables and seats may be placed out of doors, ana food served thereat; subject to all of the following conditions: (1) such an outdoor eating area must be 50 feet or more from the nearest boundary of any RS-1, /RS-2, RS-3, RS-4, R-0, R-l, R-2, R-2-A, R-3-X or R-3 Districts; (2) the outdoor eating area shall be contiguous to the eating place to which it is accessory; and (3) the outdoor eating area shall be clearly delimited by fences, wails jor plant materials. Each permit shall fee valid for a period of not more than one year but, upon application, may be renewed. Failure to comply with all of the above conditions shall be cause for revocation of the permit. (Ord. 333, Series 1965)
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.8-3(i)(x). Egg and poultry store (no slaughtering, eviscerating, plucking or dressing);
8-3{l)(y). Electric substation; need not be enclosed;
.8-3(l)(z). Fire station;
.8-3(l)(aa). Floral shop;
.8-3(l)(bb). Food locker plaht: a food locker plant renting only individual lockers for home customer storage of food, including sale at retail, delivery of individual home orders and the cutting and packaging of meats or game but not including slaughtering or eviscerating thereof;
.8-3(i)(cc). Fruit store; .
.8-3(l)(dd). Furniture store, household;
.8-3(l)(ee). Furniture store, office;
.8-3(l)(ff). Garden suoplies store; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 204, Series 1959)
.8-3(l)(gg). Gas regulator station;
.S-3(i)(hh). Book store, adult; (Ord. 692, Series 1976)
.8-3(l)(ii). Grocery store;
.8-3(l)(jj). Hardware store;
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.Sodifkki. Hobby supply storeincluding racing of miniature automobiles not exceeding twelve inches in length; (Ord. 76. Series 1965)
.S-3H){!!). Home furnishings store;
.$-3{i) .S-3fl)(nn). Interior decorating shop:
.S-3(l)(oo). Jewelry store (including repairing of jewelry, watches and clocks):
,8-3(l)(pp). Laboratory, dental or medical:
.S-3(I)(qq). Laundry, customer self-service only;
.S-3(l)(rr). Library;
,S-3(l)(ss). Liquor store (sale by.package only);
.8-3(1 }(tt). Locksmith;
.S-3(lKuu). Luggage'store;
:S-3(1 Mvv). Meat, fish and seafood store;
.8-3(1 )(ww). Mortuary:
.S-3(l)(xx). Museum;
.8-3(1 )(yy). Music, musical instruments and phonographic record store; .S-3(l)(zz). Eating place with adult amusement or entertainment. (Ord. 692. Series 1976)
.S-3(l)(aaa). Photo studio, adult; (Ord. 692. Series 1976)
.S-3(l)(bbb). Office. (Ord. 193, Series 1960)
.8-3(1 Kccc). Paint and wallpaper store:
.S-3( 1 )(ddd). Parking of vehicles; need not be enclosed, provided that any part of such use conducted outside a completely enclosed structure shall comply with all specifications for maintenance hereinafter required for off-street parking space. (Ord. 423, Series 1958)
.S-3(l)(eee). Photo studio, photo processing, or both;
.8-3(1 )(fff). Photostating;
.S-3(l)(ggg). Police station; -.S-3(l)(hhh). Post office;
.S-3(l)(iii). Pressing, altering and repairing of wearing apparel:
.3-3(i)(jjj). Radio and television store and repair shop;
.8-3(1 )(kkk). Railway right-of-way: any railway right-of-way existing on the date this ordinance became ^effective, but not including railway yards, maintenance or fueling facilities; need not be enclosed;
.S-3( 1 Kill). Shoe repair shop;
.S-3(l)(mmm). Shoe store;
.S-3(l)innn). Sporting goods store;
.S-3(l)(ooo). Stationery store;
- .8-3(1 Kppp). Telephone exhange;
.S-3(l)(qqq). Terminal for intra-city public transit vehicles, need not be enclosed;
.8-31 lHrrr). Theater;
.3-3(l)(sss>. Tobacco store:
.S-3( l)fttt). Toy store:
.8-3(1 )(uuu). Utility pumping station:
.8-3(1 )(vvv). Variety store:
^S-3i li(www'). Vegetable store;
.8-3(1 )ixxx). Water reservoir: need not be enclosed.
.3-3i 1 Kzzz). Dry Cleaning Plant, Perciiiorethylene Package Plant only which (a) uses petroleum derivative solvents for spotting only, and not as a general dry cleaning solvent: ib) does not discharge steam into the atmosphere under pressure: and (c) does not dry dean clothes from collection stations, or from other plants removed from the subject plant.
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wash only mo commercial or industrial work); (b) uses not more than one shirt unit: (c) does not discharge steam into the atmosphere under pressure and (di does not launder clothes from collection stations, or from other plants removed from the subject plant.
.8-3(1 (bbbb). Repair, rental, and servicing of any article, except automobiles, trucks and trailers, the sale of which article is permitted in the district:
..3-5(1 ;(cccc). Bicycle store:
.S-3(lHdddd). Optician. (Ord. 101. Series 1957)
.3-5(1 )eeee'i. School charging a regular tuition for instruction in ballet tap, ballroom, square, modern and acrobatic dancing; not including public dancing or a public dance hall as defined in Section 912.1'Revised Municipal Code; provided, however, that the premises on which said use is operated shall be soundproofed so that the sounds created by said use are not audible beyond the boundaries of the zone lot on which is situated the building in which said use is operated. (Ord. 215, Series 1959)
.3-3(lWffff). Health Studio. (Ord. 370, Series 1957)
.8-3(1 Kgggei. Pet Supply Store, including sale of fish, canaries, parakeets and puppies as an accessory use. Xot more than ten puppies shall be kept on the premises at one time. (Ord. 20S, Series 1969)
.8-3(1 Hhhhhj. Hearing aids store; (Ord. 197. Series 195S)
.8-3(1 j(iiii). Linoleum and tile store (installation is authorized only when performed in conjunction with a sale of such materials); (Ord. 232, Series 1953) .8-3(1 Jtjjjj). Bridge Studio and/or studio for other similar card games, but in no event shall the premises be used in a manner which contravenes the provisions of any State statute or Denver City Ordinance. (Ord. 66, Series 1974) .S-3(D(kkkk). Music studio; (Ord. 123, Series 1959)
.8-5(11(1115). Savings and loan association, state or federally chartered. .(Ord. 344, Series 1959)
.8-3(lIimmmmi. Club or lodge, private and operated for the benefit of the members and not for gain. (Ord. 69, Series 1961)
.8-5(1 i(nnnn). Automatic Indoor Archery Lanes; (Ord. 33S. Series 1962)
.3-3(1 koooo). Billiard Parlor; (Ord. 61, Series 1963)
.S-3(l)(ppppj. Automatic indoor trapshooting limited to non-solid projectile discharge from a piece ,no larger in size than twenty-two caliber. (Ord. 187. Series 1963)
.3-5;lKqqqay. Sale of medical and hospital equipment and supplies. (Ord. 70. Series 1964)
.S-3(li(rrrr). Typewriter and adding machine store. (Ord. 67, Series 1964) .8-3(1 Kssss). Art Gallery. (Ord. 71, Series 1964)
.3-3(1 )(tttt). Newspaper Distribution Station; (Ord. 466, Series 1964)
.3-3(1 Kuuuu). Minature Golf or Putting Course: need not be enclose. (Ord. 262, Series 1968)
.8-5; iHvvvvi. Landing or take-off area for police rotorcraft, not including maintenance, repair, fueling or hangar facilities; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 27. Series 1969)
.8-3(1.>(wwww\ Veterinarian clinic for the diagnosis and treatment of household pets; no grooming; no animals kept on premises after S;GO o'clock p.m. (Ord. 16-, Series 1969)
,S-5i 1 i'xxxx). Ice Skatine and/or Roller Skating Rink (Ord. 210. Series 1973)
.8-5(1 liyyyy). School: Any school not permitting the use of machinery other than office machines and mechanical or machinery parts of household appliances used for instruction of or practice by the student. (Ord. 416. Series 1969)
A-m 1 mzzzzi. Printing and Duplicating Shop employing not more than five persons. Ord. 474, Scries 1970)
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.S-3f lKaaaaaU Fine Arts Studio. (Ord. 297, Series 1975)
.8-3(1 j(bbbbb). Theater, adult iOrd. 692, Series 1976)
.S-3(l)(ccccc). Tennis, Racquet Bail and/or Handball Club: shall provide not less than two standard tennis courts or two standard racquet ball or handball courts, ail exterior Hood lights shall be extinguished when courts are not in use or by 9:00 P.M., whichever is earlier, no portion of any court which is not in a completely enclosed structure shall be located nearer than fifty feet from an existing residential structure; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 41, Series 1978)
.S-o(TKddddd). Home building material store, limited to retail sales only: ail outdoor storage shall be enclosed by a fence or wall adequate to conceal such storage from adjacent property. (Ord. 92. Series 1978)
.8-3(2). Uses by Temporary Permit. Upon application to and issuance by the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor, the following uses may be operated at Uses by Temporary Permit and need not be enclosed. (Ord. 215, Series 1959)
.S-3(2)(a). Bazaar ancPor carnival; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of not more than three days and shall not be renewed for more than three successive periods: and provided, further, that a period of at least ninety days shall intervene between the termination of one permit and the issuance of another permit for the same location; need not be enclosed:
.S-3(2)(b). Repealed by Ord. 466. Series 1964.
.3-3(2 )(c'i, Non-commercial concrete batching plant, both incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify the'location of the plant and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more than two miles from the plant. Each such permit shaii be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than six successive periods at the same location. (Ord. 96. Series 1957k
.8-3(2 ):d). Parking lot designated for a special event: provided, however, that each permit shall be valid only for the duration of the designated special event: and provided, further, that if the designated special event is a seasonal activity, the permit may be valid for the entire season but shall be restricted in use to designated dates and times during which the event is occurring: need not be enclosed;
.8-3(2He). Sale at retail of Christmas trees and wreaths: provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of not more than forty-five days and no permit shall be effective prior to the fifteenth day of November in each calendar year; need not be enclosed:
, .S-3(2)(fj. Temporary building or yard for construction materials and/or equipment, both incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify The location of the building or yard and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more .than two miles from the building or yard. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than dx calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than four successive periods at the same location; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 95, Series 1957s .8-3(3). Accessory Uses.
. .8-3(3)(a). All Uses by Right. Incidental only to a Use by Right, any use which complies with all of the following conditions may be operated as an Accessory Use and need not be enclosed. lOrd. 320. Series 1971-
.S ^f tnai(a-1). Is clearly incidental and customary to and commonly as-
sociated with the operation of the Use by Right: (Ord. 320. series 1971 i
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.8-5(3Mana-5). Does not include structures or structural features inconsistent with the Use by Right; (Ord. 320. Series 1971 >
.8-5(5nana-4). Does not include residential occupancy except by owners and employees- employed on the preniiso and the immediate families of such owners or employees; (Ord. 320. Series 1071)
.S-3(3)(aHa-5L The gross floor area utilized by all Accessory Uses of all Uses by Right in the same structure shall not be in excess of 1092 of the gross door area utilized by ail of the Uses by Right, provided, however, (1) there shall be no limitations on the area occupied by Karaites, loading docks and company dining rooms and (2 > every Accessory Use of a residential nature shall contain at least 600 square feet of gross door area and no such Accessory Use located in a structure, having a gross floor area of 6,000 square feel or more shaii contain more than 10T of the gross floor area of the structure. :Orn. 320, Series 1971)
5-3(3 !ibi. Department Store or Automobile Sales Room Only. Upon application to and issuance by 'the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor and incidental only to a Department Store contained in a structure having 20.000 or more square feet of gross floor area or incidental only to an Automobile Sales Room, an automobile rental service may be operated as an Accessory Use if such Accessory Use meets all of the following conditions: (1) storage of all rental automobiles shall be located on the same Zone Lot as the office for the automobile rental service; (2j not more than 15 rental automobiles shall be store at any one location: i5) servicing and maintenance work on automobiles permitted only as limited to automobile service stations in the district; (4j the land area assigned for storage of rental automobiles shall not be included for computation of any required off-street parking space. (Ord. 320. Series 1971) .8-3(4). Separation of Certain Uses.
.S-3(4)(a. Xone of the following permitted uses may beestablished, operated or maintained within 500 feet of a residential district, a Church and/or a school meeting all requirements of the compulsory education laws of the State of Colorado: (Ord. 693. Series 1976)
.S-3(4)(a-l>. Book Store, adult:
- .5-3(4)ta-2j. Eating Place with adult amusement or entertainment;
.S-3i4j(a-3i. Photo Studio. Adult:
.5-3(4)(a-4i. Theater. Adult. (Ord. 693, Series 1976)
.5-3i4)(bs. Not more than 2 of the following permitted uses may be established. operated or maintained within LOCO feet of each other: (Ord. 693. Series 1976)
.S-3(4)ib-l). Book Store, aduit;
.5-3(4iib-2). Eating Place with adult amusement or entertainment:
.S-3(4)(b-3). Photo Studio, aduit; 1
.S-3i4nb-4). Billiard Parlor: !
,S-3i4;(b-51. Theater, adult. (Ord. 693. Series 1976)
.8-4. Permitted Structures.
.8-4(1). Zone Lot for Structures. A separate ground area, herein called the Zone Lot. shall be designated, provided and continously maintained for each structure containing a Use by Right. Each Zone Lot shall have at least one front line and shall be occupied only b\ the .structure containing a Use by Right arid one subordinate structure containing only Accessory Uses. Upon apoiicaiion to and approval by the Department of Zoning Ad m migration. the boundaries and area of designated Zone Lot may be amended if full compliance with all requirements of this ordinance can be maintained.
.8-4(2). Location of Structures, Aii structures >hal! be set in a distance of not less than five feet from each, front and rear line of the Zone Lot and a distance of not !es? titan five fret front each r-ide line of the Zone Lot
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which abuts a street or alley right-of-way. The space resulting from the foregoing setbacks shall be open and unobstructed except for use as open on-street parking space; provided, however,
.3-4(2) (a). Beit courses, sills and lintels may project eighteen inches into front, rear and side setback spaces;
.8-4(2)(h). Cornices, eaves and gutters may project three feet into, front setback space, five feet into rear setback space and eighteen inches into side setback space;
.8-4(2) (c). Outside stairways and building accessories designed and intended to control light entering a building may project five feet into front and rear setback spaces and three ieet into side setback space;
.8-4(2)(d). Unwalled porches, terraces and balconies may extend five feet into front and rear setback spaces;
.8-4(2) (e). Fences or walls not exceeding 42 inches in height may be erected on any part of the Zone Lot between the front line of the Zone Lot and the front setback line for structures, and on any other part of the Zone Lot may be erected to a height of not to exceed 72 inches. The height of such walls or fences shall be determined by measurement from the ground level at the lowest grade level within three feet of either side of such wails or fences. Fences or walls permitted hereunder shall not be included in computing compliance with Outside Area of Window Exposure.
.8-4(2)(f). Any structure or part thereof which is below the grade of any setback space may project any distance into such setback space. (Ord. 411, Series 1959)
.8-4(2) (g). Canopies may project any distance into the front setback space. (Ora. 67, Series 1961)
.8-4(3). Bulk of Structures. No part of any structure (except church spires, church towers, flagpoles, antennas, chimneys, flues, vents or accessory water tanks) shall project up through buik limits which are defined by planes extending up over the Zone Lot at an angle of forty-five degrees with respect to the horizontal (a pitch of one foot additional rise for each foot additional setback) and which planes start (1) at horizontal lines which are cc-directional to the center lines of all streets abutting the Zone Lot and pass through points ten feet above the mid-point of such center lines between the boundary lines of the Zone Lot extended, and (2) at, if no alley abuts the Zone Lot, a horizontal line which is co-directional to the rear line of the Zone Lot and passes through a point ten feet above the midpoint of such rear line of the Zone LGt; and if the rear line or lines of the Zone Lot are established by an abutting alley or alleys such planes shall start at horizontal lines which are co-directional to the center lines of such abutting alley or alleys and pass through points ten feet above the mid-point of such center lines between the boundary lines of the Zone Lot extended. Provided, however, that the highest part of any lawful sign and any flood light on the pole may be at least twenty-five feet above the ground level at such sign or pole. (Ord. 83, Series 1957)
.8-4(4). Maximum Gross Floor Area in Structures. The sum total of the gross floor area of all structures on a Zone Lot, excluding the gross floor area of off-street parking garage space, shall not exceed the area of the Zone Lot on which the structures are located.
.3-4(5). Outside Area of Window Exposure. Each legally required window shall have not less than the following amount of outside exposure
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determined in the following manner: From a reference point located at the bottom center of the window, extend outward at right angle to the window plane, a horizontal sector of 140 degrees, centered on the window, with a radius of 10 feet. Within this sector the minimum required outside area of.-exposure for the window shall be any open sector or combination of sectors totalling 70 degrees. Applied in the direction of adjoining Zone Lots, the area which may be credited as outside area of window exposure, extends to required setback lines, regardless of the actual location of structures. (Ord. 117, Series 1959)
.3-5. Permitted Signs. The provisions of Article 613. Permitted Signs shall be in full force and effect in this district.
>.3-6. Off-Street Parking Requirements. The provisions of Article 614. Off-Street Parking Requirements shall be in full force and effect in this district,
.3-7. Off-Street Loading Requirements. The provisions of Article 615. Off-Street Loading Requirements shall be in full force and effect in this district.
.8-8. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups. The provisions of Article 616. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups shall be in full force and effect in this district.
.8-9. Effect of District Designation. The designation of an area as a segment of the B-3 District shall cause the conditions and requirements set forth in Section .8-10. hereof to come into full force and effect unless the area so designated is less than one acre in size. Such designation shall not create any right to erect or alter any structures or to apply for a permit therefor, nor shall such right exist until the filing, approval, registration and recording of a B-3 District Development Plan hereinafter set forth. Whenever a failure to comply with the provisions of Section .5-10. occurs, no permits shall be issued for the erection or alteration of any structures in the applicable district segment and all issued permits therefor shall be terminated and cancelled until the area designated as a segment cf the B-3 District has been examined by Council and zoned or re-zoned for its most appropriate use. Any applicant for the designation of an area as a segment of the B-3 District and any person, firm or corporation who applies for a permit to alter or erect a structure in such area, whether under disability or otherwise and including the successors and assigns thereof, shall be deemed conclusively to have assented to ail of these conditions. Whenever .deemed advisable by the Department of Zoning Administration, that Department may file in the office of the Clerk and Recorder an appropriate notice indicating that an area has been designated as a segment of the B-3 District. (Ord. 116, Series 1976)
.8-10. Conditions Required To Be Performed and Met.
.8-10(1). B-3 District Development Plan.
.S-lG(l)(a). Filing. Following the passage of an ordinance designating an area as a B-3 District, a complete B-3 District Development Plan covering the entire district or any portion thereof shall be filed with the Department of Zoning Administration by the owner or owners of the area to be developed. Such Development Plan may be based, in whole cr in part, on the previsions of Article 616. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups and if so based shall comply with all requirements of that Article; in any event such Development Plan must comply with the requirements set forth in Section 616.4-2. Uoon. but not before, the approval, registration and recording of the Development Plan as hereinafter set forth, the applicants for such Plan shall be enuCid to apply for such permits and certificates as are made necessary by such Plan. (Ord. 4QS. Series 1977}
.3-10; i)ib). Contents. The Development Plan shall be certified by the applicants and shall show in exact and final detail the following details drawn to scale:
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rights-of-way and easements bounding and intersecting the district and the abutting districts which are proposed to be continued, created,, relocated and/or abandoned;
.S-10(l)(b)(b-2). The proposed finished grade of the district, shown to contour intervals of not to exceed two feet;
.S-10(l)(b)(b-3). A description of the proposed Zone Lot or Zone Lots and the boundaries thereof;
.8-10(1-,Mb}(b-4h The location of each existing and each proposed structure in the district, the use or uses to be contained therein, the number of stories, gross floor area and location of entrances and loading points therefor;
.S-10(l)(b)(b-5). The location of all outside'facilities for waste disposal;
.S-!0(i)(b)(b-6). All curb cuts, driving lanes, parking areas, loading areas, public transportation points and illumination facilities for the same;
.S-10(l)(b)(b-7). All pedestrian walks, malls and open areas for use by tenants or members of the public;
.8-10(l)(b)(b-8). The location and height of all wails, fences and screen planting;
,8-10(l)(b)(b-9). The location, size, height and orientation of all signs other than signs fiat on building facades;
.8-10(l)(b)(b-10). The types of surfacing, such as paving, turfing or gravel, to be.used at the various locations;
.S-iO(i)(b){b-ll). The location of fire hydrants.
.8-10(l)(c). Review. All Development Plans filed hereunder shall be renewed for completeness by the Department. If such Plans are found to be incomplete they shall be rejected. The Department shall review the Plans for compliance with the standards hereinbefore set forth in Sections .8-2. to .8-3., inclusive. If such Plans are found to comply, they shall be transmitted to the Planning Office for further review. Such review shall be based upon the provisions of Section 616.4-2.' Site Facilities, and upon the other provisions of Article 616. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups, whenever such additional provisions are applicable, and no development plan hereunder shall be approved iiniess in full compliance with such Section and Article. Within not more than six calendar months from the date on which a Development Plan is filed with the Department of Zoning Administration, the reviewing department shall approve or disapprove such Plan in writing, stating, in the case of a disapproval, the reasons for such disapproval, and in all cases giving due notice to the applicants. Within not more than forty-five days after a disapproval as aforesaid, the applicants filing a Development. Plan which has been disapproved, may file with the reviewing department which disapproved the Plan an amendment to such Plan or an amended Plan which amendment or amended Plan shall be limited exclusively to changes made necessary to accomplish compliance with the grounds for disapproval st * * ' it. An amendment or
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.8-10(l)(d). Disposition. After completing its review of a Development Flan, the Planning Office shall return such Flan and all pertinent data, together with a notice of recommendation, to the Department of Zoning Administration. All approved Development Plans shall be registered and recorded as hereinafter set forth.
.3-10(l)(e). Registration and Recording. Upon receipt of an approved Development Plan from the Planning Office, the Department of Zoning Administration shall register a copy thereof among its records and shall record a copy thereof, or such other record thereof as deemed proper by the Department in the office of the Clerk and Recorder.
.8-10(1X0- Effect of Registration and Recording All Development Plans registered and recorded hereunder shall be binding upon the applicants therefore, their successors and assigns, shall limit and control the issuance and validity of all zoning permits and zoning certificates and snail restrict and limit the construction, location, use and operation of all land and structures included within such Plans to all conditions and limitations set forth in such Plans; provided, however, that upon application to and approval by the Department of Zoning Administration and the Planning Office, minor changes in location or floor area of structures may be permitted if such minor changes will not cause any of the following circumstances to occur: (Ord. 430 Series 1977)
.8-10(l)(f)(f-l). A change in the character of the development;
.S-10(l)(f)(f-2). An increase in the intensity of use;
.8-10(l)(f)(f-3). An increase in the problems of circulation, safety and utilities;
.8-10(l)(f)(f-4). An increase in the external effects on adjacent property;
.S-10(i)(f)(f-5). A reduction in the required setbacks from property lines;
.S-10(l)(f)(f-6). A reduction in the required ratio of off-street parking ana loading space to gross floor area in structures;
.8-10(lX£)(f-7); A change in the subject, size, lighting, flashing, animation or orientation of originally approved signs. (Ord. 430, Series 1977)
,8-10(l)(g). Amendment. All Development Plans registered and recorded hereunder may be amended pursuant to the same procedure and subject to the same limitations and requirements by which such Plans were approved, registered and recorded.
.8-10(2). Repealed by Ord. 42, Series 1971.
.8-11. Repealed by Ord. 42, Series 1971.
.8-12. Repealed by Sec. 1(a), Ord. 66, Series 1959.
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.9-1. Repealed by Ord. 92, Series I960.
.9-2. Limitations on External Effdcte or Uses. All uses established or placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance snail comply forthwith with the following limitations. Ail uses actually estaohshed and in operation on the effective date of this ordinance shall be made to comply with the following limitations on or before February 11, 1958: (Ord. No. 61, Series 1957)
.9-2(1). Enclosure of Uses. Every use, unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be operated in its entirety within a completely enclosed structure; the exemption of a use from the requirement of enclosure will be indicated by the phrase meed not be enclosed7 appearing after any use exempted.
. .9-2(2). Volume of Sound Generated. Every use. unless expressly exempted by this ordinance, shall be so operated that the volume of sound inherently and recurrently generated does not exceed seventy decibels at any point of any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.9-2(3). Vibration Generated. Every use shall be so operated that the ground vibration inherently and recurrently generated is not perceptible, without instruments, at any point of any boundary line cf the Zone. Lot on which the use is located.
.9-2(4). Emission of Heat, Glare. Radiation and Fumes. Every use shall be so operated that it does not emit an obnoxious or dangerous degree of heat, glare, radiation or fumes beyond any boundary line of the Zone Lot on which the use is located.
.5-2(5). Outdoor Storage and Waste Disposal.
.9-2{5hab No highly flammable or explosive liquids, solids or gases shall be stored in bulk above ground. Tanks or drums of fuel directly connecting with heating devices or appliances located on the same Zone Lot as the tanks or drums of fuel are excluded from this provision;
.9-2;5}(b). Ail outdoor storage facilities for fuel, raw materials and products shall be enclosed by a fence or wall adequate to conceal such facilities from adjacent property;
.9-2(5)(c). No materials or wastes shall be deposited upon a Zone Lot in such form or manner that they may be transferred off the Zone Lot by natural causes or forces;
.9-2(5)(d). All materials or wastes which might cause fumes or dust or which constitute a fire hazard or which may be edible by or otherwise be attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored outdoors only in closed containers.
.9-3. Permitted Uses. No land shall be used or occupied and no structure shall be designed, erected, altered, used or occupied except for either one or more of the following uses by Right or for one cr more of the following Uses by Temporary Permit; provided, however, that a Use by Fight may be accompanied by lawful Accessory Uses and/or one or more of the following uses by Temporary Permit. (Sec. i;b), Ore. 126, Series 1967).
.5-3(1). Uses by Right. The following uses may be operated as Uses by Right:
.9-3(i)(a). Sale at retail, sale at wholesale and warehousing: The sale at retail. the sale at wholesale cr the warehousing of any commodity the fabrication or assembly of which is a Permitted Use in this district, plus automobiles; automobile trailers; house traders; trucks having a capacity cf not more than one and one-half (1 yi) tons; automobile and truck parts, accessories, tires and tubes; beauty shop equipment and supplies; drugs; flowers; household furniture, furnishings and equipment; medical and hospital equipment and supplies; tobacco


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proGucts; (automobile, truck and trailer sales need rx-t be enclosed). (Qrd. 77, Series 1961)
.?-3(i)(h). Fabrication: Tire fabrication only of tire following articles: art goods, including church art goods, needle-work and mannequins and figurines; awnings; bakery products; beverage bottling, non-alcoholic; bottling or packaging of prepared specialty food products, excluding processing of ingredients; brooms", brushes; buttons: cameras; cigars, custom: clocks; clothing, custom; cosmetics, excluding the manufacture of pigments ar?d other basic raw materials, hut inducing the compounding of the final product by mixing; costumes, custom; costume jewelry; dyeing, custom; engraving; fishing tackle; fur dyeing, finishing and apparel (no tanning); furniture, custom: glass products from glass stock; ink mixing and packaging (no pigment manufacture;; instruments, professional, scientific controlling, musical and similar precision, and instrument equipment and parts; jewelry; lithography; millinery, custom; needlework; newspaper publishing; optical goods and equipment; orthopedic appliances; photographic supplies (no film): plastic products, but not involving casting or molding processes; religious art goods; taxidermy; toys; umbrellas: upholstering, custom; Venetian blinds cr window shades, except preliminary milling of the wood or metal slats: watches; (Ord. 135, Series 1955)
.9-o(j.){c). Assembly. Without Fabrication: The assembly without fabrication of completely fabricated parts:
.9-3(1 )(d). Office;
.9-5'l);c). Repair. Rental and Servicing: The repair, rental and servicing of any article the sale, warehousing, fabrication or assembly of which article is permitted in this district;
.9-5(2}?:). -Ambulance service:
. 9-5(1): g}. Any use intended to provide amusement or entertainment cr. the payment cf a fee or admission charge; need not be enclosed, provided, however, if such use is operated outside of a completely enclosed structure it snail have no outdoor puoUc address system cr ary type of amplified music device, iOre. 429. Series 1977)
.9-5(i)(h). Any use intended to provide health treatment on the payment of a fee or admission charge;
.9-5il)(i). Apparel and accessory store:
.9-3(l)(j). Appliance store;
. 9-3(1 )(k). Art Gallery
.9-3(1);!). Auctioneer;
.S-3(l)(m). Auto sales, but no commercial wrecking, dismantling cr junk yard; need not be enclosed provided that the unenclosed part of such use shall comply with all specifications for maintenance of off-street parking space except the limitation against "sale*: (Ord. 113. Series 1975}
.9-5;Automobile gasoline filling station, service, repair but no commercial wrecking, dismantling or junk yard: need net be enclosed provided mat die unenclosed part of sum use shah comply with all specifications for maintenance of off-street panting space except tae am:muon against usaD
.9-5;:)(o). Automobile laundry, inducing steam cleaning, if visible steam i? act discharged directly into outride air. Deed am nrwe doors. Must comply with the following conditions: (i) m minimum cf tarn narking spaces is provided on me same Zone Lee for each warimm wad: w" Ml off-street parking areas shall be hard-sariacec ana c us:-free: -A mi: waste. water is dkcaarged directly into the sewer: A; Ail lights used to illuminate tire area shah be directed away front adjacent residential properties. 'Ora. v7 dims :kT5:


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. 9-3(1 )(p). Bakery, retail;
,9-3(l){q). Bank;
.9-3(l)(r). Barber shop;
.9-3(l)(s). Beauty shop;
.9-3(l)(t). Bicycle store;
.9-3t l)(u). Blacksmithing shop;
.9-3(l)(v). Blueprinting;
. 9-3(l)(v/). Boat sales or repair, nocincluding dismantling or wrecking; need not be enclosed provided that the unenclosed part of such use shall comply with all specifications for maintenance of off-street parking space except the limitation against sales5. (Ord. 335, Series 1959)
.9-3(i)(x). Book store;
.9-3(l)(y). Bowling alley and billiard parlor; (Ord. 101, Series 1961)
9-3(l)(z). Business machines store;
.9-3(l)(aa). Camera and photographic store;
.9-3(l)(bb). Candy, nut and confectioner/ store: a candy, nut and confectionery store in which ail manufacturing is permitted only as and subject to the limitations of an Accessory Use;
.9-3(l)(cc). Caterer;
.9-3(l)(dd). Church;
.9-3(l)(ee). Collection and distribution station for laundry and dry cleaner;
. 9-3(1 )(fi). Cleaning with non-inflammable cleaning agents only;
,9-3(l)(gg). Clinic, dental or medical;
.9-3(1 )(hh). Crating service;
.9-3(l)(:i). Dairy products store;
.9-3(l)(jj). Diaper service;
.9-3(i)(kk). Dance studio, for private instruction;
.9-3(l)(ll). Delicatessen store;
.9-3(l)(mm). Department store (sale limited to items which may be sold by any use in this list);
.9-3(l)(nn). Drug store;
.9-3(l)(oo). Dry goods store;
. 9-3(1 )(pp). Eating place: need not be enclosed provided that any part of serving area located outside a completely enclosed structure shall comply with all of the specifications for maintenance for off-street parking space;
,9-3(l)(qq). Egg and poultry store (no slaughtering, eviscerating, plucking or dressing);
.9-3(l)(rr). Electric substation;
.9-3(l)(ss). Electric contractor;
.9-3(1 )(tt). Exterminators;
.9-3(l)(uu). Fire station;
.9-3(l)(vv). Floral shop;
. 9-3{ 1 )(ww). Food locker plant: a food locker plant renting only individual
lockers for home customer storage of food, including sale at retail, delivery of individual home orders and the cutting and packaging of meats or game but not including slaughtering or eviscerating thereof;
.9-3(l)(xx). rruit store: need not be enclosed to the extent that the unenclosed portion shall not exceed in area one-fourth the gross floor area of the structure containing the Use by Right. (Ord. 204, Series 1959)
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.9-3(l)(zz). Garage for commercial and public utility vehicles;
.9-3(l)(aaa). Garden supplies store need not be enclosed. (Grd. 204, Series 1959)
. 9-3(1 )(bbb). Gas regulator station;
.9-3(l)(ccc). Any use intended to provide adult amusement or entertainment on the payment of a fee or admission charge. (Ord. 692, Series 1976)
.9-3(l)(ddd). Grocery store;
.9-3(l)(eee). Hall renting for meetings or social occasions;
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.9-3(l)(ggg). Hobby supply store; \
.9-3(l)(hhh). Home furnishing store;
9-3( l)(iii). Hotel, tourist home (both subjectie the requirement that they be for transient occupancy, having not more than one-third of the gross floor area used for apartments for permanent occupancy);
.9-3(l)(jjj). Book store, adult; (Ord. 692, Series 1976)
.9-3(l)(kkk). Interior decorator;
,9-3(l)(lH). Jewelry store (including repairing of jewelry, watches and clocks); .9-3(l)(mrnm). Koshering of poultry sold at retail on the premises, with no slaughtering, eviscerating or dressing of poultry conducted outside an enclosed structure and with all wastes deposited outdoors to be in completely enclosed containers; .9-3(l)(nnn). Laboratory, dental or medical;
.9-3(l)(ooo). Laundry;
.9-3(1 )(ppp). Library or reading room;
.9-3(l)(qqq). Liquor store (sale by package only);
,9-3(l)(rrr). Linen supply;
.9-3(l)(sss). Locksmith;
,9-3(l)(ttt). Luggage store;
. 9-3 (1 )(uuu). Mail order house;
,9-3(l)(w).* Meat, fish or seafood store;
.9-3(l)(www). Metal sharpening;
.9-3(l)(xxx). Mirror silvering;
9-3(l)(yyy). Mortuary;
.9-3(l)(zzz). Motel (not including a trailer camp or trailer court);
.9-3(l)(aaaa). Motorcycle store;
.9-3(l)(bbbb). Museum;
. 9-3(1 )(cccc). Music store;
.9-3(l)(dddd). Music, musical instruments and phonographic record store; .9-3(l)(eeee). Eating place with adult amusement or entertainment; (Ord. 692, Series 1976)
.9-3 . 9-3(1 )(gggg). Optician;
.9-3(l)(hhhh). Theater, adult. (Ord. 692, Series 1976)
.9-3(l)(iiii). Paint and wallpaper store;
.9-3(l)(jjjj). Painting and decorating contractor;
.9-3(l)(kkkk). Parking and/or commercial storage of vehicles; need not be enclosed, provided that any part of such use conducted outside a completely enclosed structure shall comply with ail the specifications for maintenance hereinafter required for off-street parking space; (Ord. 423, Series 1958)
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.9-3( 1)(111I). Pet store:
.9-3(l)(mmmm). Picture framing:
,9-3(l.Knnnn). Photographic studio or picture processing, or both:
.9-3(1 {(oooo). Photostating;
.9-3(1 Xpppp). Police station:
.9-3(l)(qqqq). Post office;
.9-3(1 )(rrrr). Pressing, altering and repairing of wearing apparel;
.9-3(D(ssss). Printing, publishing and allied industries:
.9-3(l)(tttt). Private club or lodge:
.9-3(iKuuuu). Public baths:
.9-3(l)(vvvv). Radio and television broadcasting (including transmitter); .9-3(l)(wwww). Radio and television store and repair shop;
.9-3(l)fxxxx). Railway right-of-way: any railway right-of-way existing on the date this ordinance became effective, but not including railway yards, maintenance or fueling facilities; need not be enclosed;
.9-3(l)(zzzz). School of any type;
.9-3(l)(aaaaa). Shoe repair shop;
.9-3(l)(bbbbb). Shoe store;
.9-3(1 Kccccc). Sign contractor;
.9-3(1 )(ddddd). Sporting goods store;
.9-3(l)(eeeee). Stationery store;
.9-3(1 Kfffff). Swimming pool; need not be enclosed;
.9-3f Dfggggg). Telephone exchange;
.9-3(1 Xhhhhh). Terminal for intra-city rubber tired vehicles or railroad passenger station, for movement of persons or freight: need not be enclosed; (Ord. 213. Series 1971)
.9-3( lXiiiii). Theater:
.9-3(T)(jjjjj). Theatrical studio;
,9-3(l)(kkkkk). Tobacco store:
.9-3(1X11111). Toy store;
.9-3(l)(nnnnn). Utility pumping station:
.9-3(1 Kooooo). Variety store;
.9-3(lnppppp). Vegetable store: need not be enclosed to the extent that the unenclosed portion shall r*ot exceed in area one-fourth the gross floor area of the structure containing the Use of Right. (Ord. 204, Series 1959)
.9-3(1 )(qaqqq). Veterinarian; including observation kennels for household pets only: kennels need not be enclosed;
.9-3(l)(rrrrr). Water reservoir; need not be enclosed:
9-3(1 Nsssss). Tire-recapping shop;
.9-3fl)(ttttU. Assaying office and laboratory:
.9-3(lXuuuuu). Establishment selling monuments and tombstones at retail: need not be enclosed, provided, however, that if the Zone Lot on which the use is conducted abuts a residential district or is separated from the residential district only by an alley, any outdoor display shall be screened from the residential district by means of some planting or a fence:
.9-3(i(fvvvvv). Special Trades Contractor. A contractor specializing in one or more trades of which the following are examples: plumbing, heating, refrigeration and air conditioning: painting, paper hanging and decorating: wiring and electrical work; glass and glazing work; damp proofing; fire proofing: tile.
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linoleum, floor laying and other floor work; insulation, asbestos and acoustical work; carpentry and cabinet making; excavating; well drilling; masonry and stone work; ornamental iron work. Trucks having a manufacturers capacity of more than two tons shall not remain on the premises except as necessary to load and discharge contents. (Ord. 60. Series 1957)
.9-3(l)(wwwww). Hearing aid store. (Ord. Xo. 197, Series 195S)
.9-50 Kxxxxx). Savings and loan association, state or federally chartered. (Ord. 344. Series 1959)
.9-5(l)(yyyyy)- Trampoline Center; need not be enclosed, provided, however. such center may be enclosed by a fence not to exceed six feet in height. (Ord. 194, Series 1960)
.9-30)(zzzzz). Home building material store, limited to retail sales only: all outdoor storage shall be enclosed by a fence or wail adequate to conceal such storage from adjacent property. (Ord. 92, Series 197S)
.9-3(l)(aaaaaa). Xewspaper Distribution Station. (Ord. 466, Series 1964) .9-3(1 Kbbbbbb). Miniature Golf or Putting Course: need not be enclosed. (Ord. 262. Series 196S)
.9-3(lncccccc). Landing or take-off area for Police rotorcraft, not including maintenance, repair, fueling or hangar facilities; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 27, Series 1969)
.9-5(l)iddddad). Tattoo Studio. (Ord. 29S, Series 1975)
.9-3(1 Meeeeee). Sale at retail of packaged coal and wood for household use; subject to the following limitations: ai packaging of coal and cutting or splitting of wood is not conducted on the premises and b) not more than two tons of packaged coal and not more than five cords of wood ar;e stored on the premises at any time: need not be enclosed. (Ord. 201, Series 1973)
.9-3(2). Uses by Temporary Permit. Upon application to and issuance by the Department of Zoning Administration of a permit therefor, the following uses may be operated as Uses by Temporary Permit and need not be enclosed. (Sec. 1(a), Ord. 215. Series 1959)
.9-3(2Ha). Bazaar and/or carnival; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid for a period of not more than three days and shall not be renewed for more than three successive periods; and provided, further, that a period of at least ninety days shall intervene between the termination of one permit and the issuance of another permit for the same location; need not be enclosed;
.9-3(2Kb). Repealed by Ord. 466, Series 1964.
.9-3(2)(ci. Xon-commercial concrete batching plant, both incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. Each permit shall specify the location of the plant and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more than two miles from the plant. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than six successive periods at the same location. (Ord. 96, Series 195 7)
.9-3(2Hd). Parkins lot designated for a special event; provided, however, that each permit shall be valid only for the duration of the designated special event: and provided, further, that if the designated special event is a seasonal activity, the permit may be valid for the entire season but shall be restricted in use to designated dates and times durir.sr which the event is occurring: need not be enclosed:
.9-3(2)10). Sale at retail of Christmas trees and wreaths: provided, however, that no permit snail be effective prior to the 15th day of November and each calendar year and no permit -hall be vaikl for a period of more than 45 days: need not be enclosed;


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. 9-3(2 }(f). Temporary building or yard for construction materials and/or equipment, both incidental and necessary to construction in the zoning district. .Each permit shall specify tiie location of the building or yard and the area, within the same zoning district, of the permitted operation, no part of which area shall be a distance of more than two miles from the building or yard. Each such permit shall be valid for a period of not more than six calendar months and shall not be renewed for more than four successive periods at the same location; need not be enclosed. (Ord. 95, Series 1957)
.9-3(3). Accessory Uses. Incidental only to a Use by Right, any use which complies with all of the following conditions may be operated, either in a detached structure or in the structure containing the Use by Right, as an Accessory Use and need not be enclosed. (Ord. 215, Series 1959) J
.9-3(3){a). Is clearly incidental and customary to and commonly associated with the operation of the Use by Right;
.9-3(3)(b). Is operated and maintained under the same ownership or by lessees or concessionaires thereof, and on the same Zone Lot as the Use by Right;
.9-3{3)(c). Does not include structures or structural features inconsistent with the Use by Right;
.9-3(3)(d). Does not include residential occupancy in conjunction with uses other than hotels, motels, tourist homes and like transient housing accommodations. except by owners and employees employed on the premises and the immediate families of such owners and employees;
.9-3(S)(e). The gross floor area utilized by all Accessory Uses of all Uses by Right in the same structure shall not be in excess of 10% of the gross floor area utilized by all of the Uses by Right, provided, however. (Ord. 38, Series 1960)
. 9-3(3)(e)(e-l). There shall be no limitation on the area occupied by garages. loading docks and company dining rooms. (Ord. 38, Series 1960)
.9-3(3)(e)(e-2). Even/ Accessory Use of a residential nature not located in a hotel, motel, tourist home or like transient housing accommodation shall contain at least 600 square feet of gross floor area and no such Accessory Use located in a structure having a gross floor area of 6,000 square feet or more shall contain more than 10 % of the gross floor area of the structure. (Ord. 38, Series 1960) .9-3(4). Separation of Certain Uses.
.9-3(4)(a). None of the following permitted uses may be established, operated or maintained within 500 feet cf a residential district, a Church and/or a school meeting all requirements of the compulsory education laws of the State of Colorado: (Ord. 693, Series 1976)
.9-3(4)(a-l). Book Store, adult;
.9-3{4)(a-2). Eating Place with adult amusement or entertainment;
9-3(4)(a-3). Photo Studio, adult; .
.9-3(4)(a-4). Theater, Adult;
.9-3(4)(a-5). Any .use intended to provide adult amusement or entertainment on the payment of a fee or admission charge. (Ord. 693, Series 1976;
.9-3(4)(b). Not more than 2 of the following permitted uses may be established. operated or maintained within 1.000 feet of each other: (Ord. 693. Series
1976;
.9-3(4)(b-1).. .9-3(4)(b-2). .9-3(4)(b-3). .9-3(4)(b-4). .9-3(4)(b-5).
Book Store. Adult;
Eating Place with adult amusement or entertainment; Photo Studio, adult;
Billiard Parlor;
Theater, Adult:
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.9-4(4)(b-7). Any use intended to provide adult amusement or entertainment on payment of a fee or admission charge. (Ord. 693, Series 1976)
.9-4. Permitted Structures.
.9-4(1). Zone Lot for Structures. A separate around area, herein called the Zone Lot, shall be designated, provided and continuously maintained for each structure containing a Use by Right. Each; Zone Lot shall have at least one front line and shall'be occupied only by the structure containing a Use by Right and one subordinate structure containing only Accessory Uses. Upon application to and approval by the Department of Zoning Administration, the boundaries and area of designated Zone Lot may be amended if full compliance with all requirements of this ordinance can be maintained.
.9-4(2)? Maximum Gross Floor Area in Structures. The sum total of the gross floor area of all structures on a Zone Lot, excluding garage space, shall not be greater than twice the area of the Zone Lot on which the structures are located.
.9-4(3). Outside Area of Window Exposure. Each legally required window shall have not less than the following amount of outside exposure determined in the following manner: From a reference point located at the bottom center of the window, extend outward at right angles to the window plane, a horizontal sector of 140 degrees, centered on the window, with a radius of ten feet. Within this sector the minimum required outside area of exposure for the window shall be any open sector or combination of sectors totalling 70 degrees. Applied in the direction of adjoining Zone Lots, the area which may be credited as outside area of window exposure, extends to required setback lines, regardless of the actual location of structures (Ord. LI7, Seriesl959)
.9-5. Permitted Signs. The provisions of Article 613, Permitted Signs, shall be in full force and effect in this district. (Ord. 450, Series 1958)
9-6. Off-Street Parking Requirements. The provisions of Article 614. Off-Street Parking Rquirements shall be in full force and effect in this district, *
.9-7. Off-Street Loading Requirements. The provisions of Article 615. Off-Street Loading Requirements shall be in full force and effect in this district.
.9-8. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups. The provisions of Article 616. Special Zone Lot Plan for Planned Building Groups shall be in full force and effect in this district.


Section 1301. Group H Occupancies Defined.
Group H Occupancies shall be:
Motels, hotels, apartment houses, dormitories, lodging houses, convents, and monasteries and similar buildings not included in Group D, Division 2 (each accommodating more than 10 persons); and row dwelling buildings.
For occupancy separation see Table No. 5-B. For occupant load see Chapter 33.
Section 1302. Construction, Height and Area Allowable.
(a) General.
Buildings or parts of buildings classed in Group H because of the use or character of the occupancy shall be of Type !; II, III, IV cr V Construction and shall not exceed in., height or area, the limits set ferrh-tn-Chapter 5.
Section 1303. Location.
(a) In City.
For restrictions based on location in Fire Zones, see Chapter 16.
(b) On Property.
Buildings of Group H. Occupancy shall adjoin a yard, public space or street on at least one side. For property setbacks, see Zoning Regulations.
(c) Exterior Wail and Opening Protection.
Far fire-resistive protection of exterior walls and openings, as determined by location on property, see Chapter 5 and Chapters 17 through 22 (Requirements Based on Types cf Construction). For regulating adjacent buildings on the same property, see Chapter 5.
Section 1304. Exit Facilities.
Stairs and exits shall be as set forth in Chapter 33.
All stairs and exits in Group H Occupancies shall open directly upon a street or alley, or upon a yard or court at least four (4) feet in width directly connected to a street or alley by means of a passageway at least as wide as the stairway opening into such passageway and at least seven (7) feet in height.
Buildings more than one story in height shall have no transoms or unprotected ventilating openings from guest rooms to public corridors.
Door openings from guest rooms to public corridors shall be protected with a fire-resistive assembly as set forth in Table No. 33-B.
Section 1305. Light, Room Sizes, Coiling Heights, Ventilation and Sanitation.
(a) Light.
All living rooms, kitchens, and other rooms used for living, eating, or sleeping purposes shall be pro-ided with windows with a minimum area at least rwelve (12) square feet or one-eighth of the floor .area, whichever is greater, of such rooms or shall be Drovided with artificial light.
Required windows shall open on a court, yard, or street either directly or through a porch with a minimum clear height of at least seven (7) feet and a depth or not more than seven (7) -feet. Such porch shall be at least fifty (50) per cent open on at ieast.. two sides.
The width of such courts or yards shall be at least three (3) feet when such courts or yards are not more than two (2) stories high and shall be increased at the rate of six (6) inches for each additional story in height. If such court is entirely surrounded by the building, it shall have a width at least fifty (50) per cent greater than that otherwise required.
(b) Room Sizes and Ceiling Heights.
Every room required to have windows by Subsection (a) shall have a ceiling height of at least seven (7) feet in at least fifty (50) per cent cf its required area with no portion of the required area less than five (5) feet in height. Rooms used for living, eating, or sleeping purposes shall have an area of at least ninety (90) square feet. Kitchens shall have a superficial floor area or at least fifty (50) square feet.
(c) Ventilation.
For ventilation requirements in Group H Occu-) pancies, see Chapter 52.
(d) Sanitation. (SeeChapter 50)
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Section 1306. Enclosure of Vertical Openings.
(a) Exits.
Exits shall be enclosed as required in Chapter 33.
(b) Shafts.
Elevator shafts, vent shafts, and other vertical openings shall be enclosed separately and the enclosure shall be as set forth in Table No. 17-A and Chapter 30.
Section 1307. Fire-Protection Systems.
Automatic fire-extinguishing systems, standpipes fire detection systems and fire alarm systems, shall be installed as set forth in Chapter 38.
Section 1308. Special Hazards.
(a) Chimneys and Heating Apparatus.
Chimneys and heating apparatus shall conform to the requirements of Chapters 37, 51 and 52.
(b) Flammable Liquids.
The storage and handling of gasoline, fuel oil, and other flammable liquids shall not be permitted in any Group H Occupancy unless such storage and handling comply with Article 234, Revised Municipal Code.
Doors leading into rooms in which volatile flammable liquids are stored or used shall be protected by a fire assembly having a one-hour fire-resistive rating. Such fire assembly shall be self-closing and shall be posted with a sign on each side of the door in one (1) inch block letters stating: ''FIRE DOOR-KEEP CLOSED".
(c) Boiler Rooms.
Every room containing a boiler or a central heating plant using a solid or liquid fuel shall be separated from the rest of the building by a "Three-Hour Fire Resistive Occupancy Separation" witn all openings protected as set forth in Table No. 33-B.
Exceptions:
1. Boilers or furnaces may be used wilh a "One-Hour Fire-Resistive Occupancy Separation" in buildings not more than two (2) stories in height. All openings in such separation shall be
protected by a fire assembly having a one-hour fire-resistive rating, mounted within the boiler room and having closipg devices as set forth in Table No. 33-8.
2. Where boilers or* central heating plants burning liquid or solid fuel are located at grade level they may be separated from the remainder of the building by a "One-Hour Fire-Resistive Occupancy Separation" with all openings protected by a fire assembly having a one-hour fire-resistive rating, mounted within, the boiler room and having closing devices as set forth in Table No. 33-B.
Section 1309. Exceptions and Deviations.
Group H Occuapcies constructed on the roof of buildings in excess of one stary, shall be considered as an additional story in so far as the construction, location, exposure, stairs, exits, and fire protection apparatus are concerned.
Section 1310. Row Dwelling Buildings
(a) General.
In addition to the other requirements of this Chapter'and Building Code, pertaining to Group H Occupancies, the requirements of this Section shall apply. Where conflict exists between this Section and other Sections of this Building Code, this section shall supersede. __________
|b) Definition. ____
A building or structure containing a row of three (3) or more dwelling units all in direct alignment, not more than two (2) stories in height, with each unit being separated from the adjoining units in each story by one (1) hour fire-resistive walls, without openings, and each unit having independent access to the exterior of the building in the ground story.
(c) Qualification.
In addition to the requirements of this Section and Building Code, the following requirements shall be met to qualify for a row Dwelling Building:
1. Utilities. Such buildings and structures shall be provided with separate sewerage, water supply, heating, electric and plumbing systems together with all other housing utilities and equipment---------------------
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Section 1101 Group F Occupancies Defined.
Group r Occupancies shall be:
Division 1.
Gasoline service stations, storage garages where no repair work is done except exchange parts and maintenance requiring no open flame, welding, or the use of highly flammable liquids; paper storage end rubber storage.
Division 2.
Wholesale and retail stores^-offjg? buildings, drinking and eating establishments having an occupant load of less than one hundred (IOC), printing plants, municipal police and fire stations, factories jandSrorkshops using materials not highly flammable or combustible, storage and sales rooms for combustible goods, paint stores without bulk handling, dry cleaning plants, including coin operated types using non-flammable solvents. (See Chapter 4 for definition of Assembly Buildings.)
Division 3.
Open parking garages; laundries? aircraft hangars where no repair work is performed except exchange of parts and maintenance requiring no open flame, welding, or the use of highly flammable liquids.
For occupancy separations, see Table No. 5-3. For occupant load, see Chapter 33.
Section 1102. Construction, Height and Area Allowable.
(a) General.
Buildings or parts of buildings classed in Group F because of the use or character of the occupancy shall be of Type I, II, III, IV or V construction and shall not exceed, in height or area, the limits set forth in Chapter 5. (See Section 1110 for Additional Requirements for Dry Cleaning Plants.)
(b) Special Provisions.
1. Motor vehicle service stations shall be of incombustible or one-hour fire-resistive construction, including canopies and supports ovei
* pumps.
2. In storage garages, the floor finish shall be constructed of impervious material.
3. Storage areas in excess of one thousand (1000) square feet in connection with wholesale or retail sales, shall be separated from the public areas by a one-hour fire-resistive occupancy separation as defined in Chapter 5.
4. For attic space partitions and draft stops, see Chapter 31.
Section 1103. Locations.
(a) In City.
For restrictions on other buildings based on location in Fire Zones, see Chapter 16.
(b) On Property.
Buildings of Group F Occupancies shall adjoin a yard, public space or street on at least one side. For property setbacks, see Zoning Regulations.
(c) Exterior Wail and Opening Protection.
For fire-resistive protection of exterior walls and openings, as determined by location on the property, see Chapter 5 and Chapters 17 through 22 inclusive of this Building Code. For regulating adjacent buildings on the same property, see Chapter 5.
Section 1104. Exit Facilities.
Stairs and exits shall be provided as set forth in Chapter 33.
Where ramps are used for the transfer of automobiles from one floor to another such ramps shall meet the ground floor level at a point at least twenty (20) feet from the exit from such building.
Section 1105. Light, Ventilation and Sanitation.
(a) Light.
All portions of Group F Occupancies customarily used by- human beings shall be provided with light by means of windows or skylights with an area at least one-eighth of the total floor area or shall be provided with artificial light.
(b) Ventilation.
For ventilation requirements for Group F Occupancies, see Chapter 52.
(c) Sanitation. (See Chapter 50)
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Section 1106. Enclosure of Vertical Openings.
(a) Exits.
Exits shall be enclosed as set forth in Chapter 33.,
(b) Shafts.
Elevator shafts, vent shafts, and other vertical openings shall be enclosed separately, and the enclosure shall be set forth in Table No. 17-A and Chapter 30.
(c) Ramps.
Doors which are part of an automobile ramp enclosure may be kept normally open but shall be equipped with fusible links and so arranged as to be self-closing when released.
Section 1107. Fire Protection Systems.
Automatic fire-protection systems, standpipes, fire detection systems, fire extinguishers, and fire alarm systems shall be installed as set forth in Chapter 38.
Section 1103. Special Hazards.
(a) Chimneys and Heating Apparatus.
Chimneys and heating apparatus shall conform to the requirements of Chapters 37, 51 and 52.
(b) Flammable Liquids.
Storage of flammable liquids shall not be permitted in Group F* Occupancies and the handling and use of gasoline, fuel oil and other flammable liquids shall not be permitted in any Group F occupancy unless such use and handling comply with Article 234, Revised Municipal Cede.
Devices generating a glow or flame capable of igniting vapors shall comply with the requirements of Chapters 51 and 52.
Table No. 11-A-Open Parking Garages Area and Height
(c) Boiler Rooms.
Every boiler room or room containing c centra! heating plant using solid or liquid fuel shall be separated from other portions of the building by a "Two-Hour Fire-Resistive Occupancy Separation" as defined in Chapter 5. Every boiler room or room containing a central heating plant which bums gas as a fuel shall be separated from other portions of the building by at least a "One-Hour Fire-Resistive Occupancy Separation" as defined in Chapter 5.
Exception: In buildings not more than two stories in height a "One-Hour Fire-Resistive Occupancy Separation" as defined in Chapter 5 may be permitted.
~ Section 1109. Open Parking Garages.
(a) Scope.
Except where specific provisions are made in the following subsections, other requirements of this Building Code and other ordinances of the City shall apply.
(b) Definition.
For the purpose of this section, an open parking garage is a structure of Type I, II, or IV Construction more than one tier in height which is at least 50 per cent open on two or more sides and is used 'exclusively for the parking or storage of passenger motor vehicles.
(c) Construction.
Construction shall be of incombustible materials. Open parking garages shall meet the design requirements of Chapter 23. Adequate curbs and railings shall be provided at every opening. ------------
(d) Area and Height. __*------------
Area and height of open parking garages in Fire Zones No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 shall be limited as set forth in Table No. 11-A except for increases permitted by Subsection (e).
Table No. 11-BOpen Parking Garages exterior Walls
Type Area Height Disr. from Property Line Fire Zone Fire Zone Fire Zone
Type 1 Type II Unlimited 75,000 per tier Unlimited 7 stories, 8 tiers to Building No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
Type IV-one hour 50,000 per tier 5 stories, 6 tiers O'-10' 2-hour 2-hour 1 -hour
Type IV-unprotected 30,000 per tier 3 stories, 4 tiers !0'-20' 1-hour 1-hour None
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Area of structures open on three sides may be increased 25 per cent and one tier in height. Areas of structures open on four sides may be increased 50 percenfand one tier in height.
(f) Location on Property.
When located adjacent to interior property lines, exterior walls shall be of the degree of fire resistance set forth in Table No. 11-8 and such walls shall be without openings.
(g) Stairs and Exits.
Where persons other than parking attendants are permitted, stairs and exits shall meet the requirements of Chapter 33, based on an occupant load of two hundred (200) square feet per occupant. Where no persons other than parking attendants are permitted there"shall be at least two stairs, three (3) feet wide. Lifts may be installed for use of employees only, provided they are completely enclosed by incombustible materials.
(h) Fire Protection Equipment.
Standpipes shall be of the wet or dry type and in accordance with Chapter 38.
Ar~each stair and lift opening on each tier there shall be installed at least one hand fire extinguisher of a size and content approved by the Chief of the Fire Department. Automatic fire-extinguishing systems shall be installed as set forth in Chapter 38.
(i) Occupancy Separations.
Occupancy separations shall be installed as required in Chapter 5 between open parking garages and other occupancies. See Chapter 10 for Service Stations Inside Buildings.
(j) Enclosure of Vertical Openings.
Enclosure shall not be required for vertical openings except as specified in Subsection (g) for stairs, exits, and lifts.
(k) Ventilation.
See Chapter 52.
(1) Prohibitions.
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The following uses and alterations are prohibited. i
1. Automobile repair work.
. 2. Sale of gasoline or oil.
3. Parking of busses, trucks, and similar vehicles.
4. Partial or complete closing of required openings in exterior walls by tarpaulins or any other means.
Section 1110. Additional Requirements for Dry-Cleaning Plants Using Non-Flammable Solvents.
(a) General.
Dry cleaning plants shall be constructed wih no basement, cellar or any floor below grade. Dwelling occupancy shall not be permitted.
(b) Floor Construction.
The entire floor area in both the public and utility area shall be provided with a masonry slab or approved equivalent. Such slab shall be designed to accommodate the leads imposed.
(c) Solvent Containment.
A satisfactory means of preventing liquid leaks shall be provided. This shcl! include a method of diking or recessing the floor cr a method of containment as approved by the Building Official. An approved means shall be provided for the collection of solvent in the event cfa leak.
(d) Odors and Contamination.
Odors, vapors, mist or similar contaminants snail not be emitted to the atmosphere so as to create a nuisance generally cr a health hazard. Article 762, Revised Municipal Code)..
(e) Coin Operated Machine Location.
The front or public use side of the dry cleaning equipment shall be exposed to the public use area and such equipment shall be enclosed in such a manner so that the working or maintenance portion of the equipment is located cn another side of such enclosure. This shall not apply when the equipment is designed and approved by the Building Official, for servicing from the front, provided, however, that when such equipment is serviced from the front, a curtain waii for ventilation purposes shall be provided. Where servicing is required from the rear of the equipment, a service area shall be provided and such area shall be of sufficient sue to permit ready access end servicing of the equipment.
(f) Ventilation.
A supply of outside air shall be provided to the interior of the building so that a negative pressure differential will net result within the building.
Other methods of vapor removal may be permitted when approved by the Building Official.
For further ventilation requirements, see Chapter 52.
(g) Use of Flammable Liquids.
Flammable liquids shall not be permitted for use or on the premises of dry cleaning plants.


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1973 Rev.
399.10


TABLE NO. 5-D
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TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION j
OCCUPANCY 1 it III ! IV v j
1 Hour or H.T. N 1-Hour N 1-Hour : n
MAXIMUM HEIGHT IN FEET
Unlimited 95' 65' 55' | 65' 55' || 50' 1 40'
MAXIMUM HEIGHT IN STORIES
A Unlimited Not Permitted
B) 1-2 Unlimited 4 2 Not Permitted 2 Not Permitted 1 Not Permitted
B) 3-4 Unlimited 4 2 1 2 i 2 i
c Unlimited 4* 2* 1 2* i 2* i
D) 1 Unlimited 2 Not Permitted
D) 2 Unlimited 3 j ** Not Permitted J ** Not Permitted 1 ** Not Permitted
D) 3 Unlimited 3 2** Not Permitted 2* * Not Permitted 2* * Not Permitted
E) 1 Unlimited 2 1 1 1 i i 1
E) 2-3-4-5 Unlimited 2 2 i 2 i 1 i
F) 1-2-3 Unlimited 6 3 4*** 1 3 i 2 i
G Unlimited 6 3 4*** 1 3 ... i 2 1
H Unlimited 5 4 i 3 i 2 1
i Unlimited 3 3 3 3 3 3 2
J Unlimited See Chapter 15
N.No goncrol requirements for fire resistance. *See Chapter 8
H.T.Heavy Timber **See Chopter 9
***H.T. only


TABLE NO. 5-C
BASIC ALLOWABLE FLOOR AREA FOR BUILDINGS ONE STORY IN HEIGHT*
(In Square Feet)
For Buildings Located in Fire Zone No. 3, the basic area may be increased 3316 per cent.
TYPES OF CONSTRUCTION
OCCUPANCY 1 ii III IV V
1-Hour or H.T. N 1 -Hour N 1-Hour N
A Unlimited Not Permitted
B) 1-2 Unlimited 13,500 10,200 Not Permitted 10,200 Not Permitted 7,800 Not Permitted
B) 3-4 Unlimited 13,500 10,200 6,900 10,200 6,900 7,800 1,500
C Unlimited 20,400 15,300 10,200 15,300 10,200 11,700 1,200
D) 1 Unlimited 6,900 A Not Permitted
D) 2-3 Unlimited 6,900 5,100 Not Permitted 5,100 Not Permitted 3,900 Not Permitted
E) 1-2 11,250 5,700 4,200 2,700 4,200 2,700 3,300 1,200
E) 3-4-5 Unlimited 11,400 8,400 5,700 8,400 5,700 6,600 1,800
F) 1-2-3 Unlimited 18,000 13,500 9,000 13,500 9,000 10,500 3,000*
G ; Unlimited 27,000 20,400 13,500 20,400 13,500 15,900 4,500*
H Unlimited 13,500 10,200 i 6,900 10,200 6,900 7,800 2,400
I Unlimited i
J 1 : See Chapter 15
N--No general requirements for fire resistance.
H.T.Heavy Timber j |
*For storage sheds open on at least one side, the area, may be Increased 100 per
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614
614OFF-STREET PARKING REQUIREMENTS*
.1. Scope of Regulations. The regulations herein set forth shall apply and govern in all zoning districts; provided, however, that the application of these regulations to the 0-2 and B-5 zoning districts shall he limited to 614.5. Use and Maintenance of Off-Street Parking Spaces, and in the B-7 zoning district shall apply only to structures or additions to structures erected after the effective date of this ordinance except that the regulations set forth in 614.5. Use and Maintenance of Off-Street Parking Spaces shall apply and govern in all instances in the Bj^zoning district. (Ord. 611, Series 1974)
.27 Duty to Provide and Maintain Off-Street Parking Spaces.
.2-1. The duty to provide and maintain off-street parking spaces shall be the joint and several responsibility of the operator and owner of the Use_bv Right or authorized Use Exception and the operator and owner of the land on which or the structure or structures jn which is located the Use or Uses by Right or authorized Use Exception for which off-street parking spaces are required to -b^provided and maintained;. (Ord. 114, Series 1976)
"r2-2r~For. land, structures or Uses by Right actually used, occupied or operated on the effective date of this ..ordinance, the number of existing^ off-street 'parking spaces shall not be reduced below" the minimum, number of spaces required under this ordinance. If such land area, structures or-Uses .by Right are enlarged, expanded or changed there shall be provided the following .amounts' of7 off-street parking: - ... 7 r ..:r- -
.2-2(1). if such land area, structures or Uses bv Right are enlarged^ or ex^ panded, there shall be provided for the increment only, at least the amount or number of off-street parking spaces that would be required hereunder if the increment were a separate land area, structure or Use by Right established or placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance; or
.2-2(2). if such land area, structures or Uses by Right are changed from one Use by Right to any other Use by Right allowed under this ordinance which requires more off-street parking spaces than the previous Use by Right, there shall be provided (a) no additional off-street parking spaces if the new Use by Right parking requirement does not exceed the previous Use by Right parking requirement by more than 25 per cent; (b) additional off-street parking spaces shall be provided for any new Use by Right as required under this ordinance nr-excess of 125 per cent of the overall requirement for the previous Use by Right.
.2-3. For all Uses by Right or authorized Use Exceptions established or placed into operation after the effective date of this ordinance, there shall be provided the amount or number of off-street parking spaces hereinafter set forth. (Ord. 114, Series 1976)
.3. Location of Off-Street Parking Space. Off-street parking spaces shall be located on the same Zone Lot as the Use by Right or authorized Use Exception for which provided, except as set forth in Section 614.7. hereof. (Ord. 114, Series 1976) / i
.4. Combined Space. Parking- spaces required by each of two or more Uses by Right located on the same Zone Lot need not be separated, and may be used jointly.
.5. Use and Maintenance of Parking Space. Off-street parking space shall be maintained in accordance with the following specifications:
.5-1. In residential districts no truck exceeding six thousand pounds empty weight, no automobile trailer, bus or motorized recreational vehicle exceeding 22
^Source: Ord. 125, Series 167, except where otherwise indicated.
1978 Rev.
399


614
Revised Municipal Code of the City and County of Denver
feet in length, and no truck-tractor or semi-trailer shall be parked or stored on any Zone Lot. (Ord. 482, Series 1974)
.5-2. Shall not be used for the sale, repair, dismantling or servicing of any vehicles, equipment, materials or supplies;
.5-3. Shall be graded for proper drainage and provided with an all weather surface of asphalt, asphaltic concrete or concrete, or any equivalent material except for single family homes existing on the date this ordinance is enacted;
.5-4. Shall be provided with screening of such dimensions that occupants of adjacent structures are not unreasonably disturbed, either by day or bv nightr by the movement of vehicles. Except in the B-4, B-5, B-6, B-7, B-S, I-P, 1-0, 1-1 and 1-2 Districts, no cleaning or maintenance of parking lots utilizing motorized equipment may be performed between 11:00 P.M. and 6:30 A.M. each day. (Ord. 611, Series 1974)
.5-5. Shall be provided with entrances and exits so located as to minimize traffic congestion;
.5-6. Shall be provided with wheel guards or bumper guards, that no part of parked vehicles will extend beyond the property line;
.5-7. Lighting facilities shall be so arranged that they'neFtherunreasonably disturb occupants or adjacent residential properties nor interfere with traffic. Loud speaker systems shall not be used;
.5-8. Shall have not more than one attendant shelter building which shall conform to all setback requirements for structures in the district and which shelter building in the RS-1, RS-2, RS-3, RS-4, R-0, R-l, R-2, R-2-A, R-3, R-3-X, R-4, R-5, B-A-l, and B-A-2 districts shall contain not more than fifty square feet of gross floor area.
.6. Required Off-Street Parking. At least the following amounts of off-street parking space shall be provided. All off-street parking spaces hereinafter required under this ordinance shall be designed in accordance with one of the formulae set out in Off-Street Parking Chart #1, which chart is attached hereto. The width of off-street parking spaces contained within any off-street parking structure shall be at least 8.5', all other off-street parking spaces shall be at least 9.0' wide. The following Parking Classes shall apply to all Uses by Right or authorized Use Exceptions, and if for any reason the classification of any Use by Right for the purpose of determining the amount of off-street parking or the number of off-street parking spaces to be provided by such Use by Right is not readily determinable hereunder, the Parking Gass of such Use by Right shall be fixed by the Department of Zoning Administration. (Ord. 114, Series 1976)
.6-1. Parking Class One, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-1(1). There shall be one and one-half off-street parking spaces provided for each dwelling unit in a multiple-unit dwelling; provided, however, that for a multiple-unit dwelling whose occupancy is restricted entirely to individuals 60 or more years of age, there shall be one off-street parking space provided for each three dwelling units. (Ord. 212, Series 1978)
.6-1(2). Repealed by Ord. 166, Series 1969.
.6-2. Parking Class Two, being composed of all Uses by Right and authorized Use Exceptions which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided: (Ord. 114, Series 1976)
.6-2(1). There shall be one off-street parking space provided for each 600 square feet of gross floor area contained in any structure or structures
399.1
1978 Rev.


Off-Street Parking Requirements--
614
containing any Use by Right; provided, however, that for each habitable unit in a ..............
motel there need be provided not more than one off-street parking space. (Ord. 166,
Series 1969)
.6-3. Parking Class Three, being composed of all Uses by Right, which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-3(1). Parking shall be provided in an amount equal to one-fourth of the area of the Zone Lot on which the Use by Right is located, provided, however, a Community Recreational Facility or Tennis Club which restricts its membership to persons living in a specific geographical area shall provide.at least ten per cent of the area of its Zone Lot for off-street parking. (Ord. 344, Series 1976)
\s -6-4. Parking Class Four, being composed of all Uses by Right which are - .
enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided: - -------------
.6-4(1). There shall be one off-street parking space provided for each 200 square feet of gross floor area contained in any structure containing a Use by Right.
.6-5. Parking Class Five, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-5(1). An area equal to one-fourth the gross floor area in _all_structures ________________
containing the Use by Right. -
.6-6. Parking Class Six, being composed of all Uses by Right-which are
enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:_________________________________ -- Ig
.6-6(1). An area equal to one-tenth the gross floor area in all structures containing the Use by Right ^ -
.6-7. Parking Class Seven, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-7(1). Each elementary or grade school or junior high school shall provide ten off-street parking spaces plus one off-street parking space for each classroom;
.6-7(2). Senior high school. Each senior high school shall provide one off-street parking space for each teacher and employee plus one off-street parking space for each six students based on design capacity for such senior high school;
.6-7(3). Any school not an elementary or grade school, junior high school or senior high school shall provide an area equal to one-half the gross floor area occupied by the Use by Right in a structure or structures.
.6-8. Parking Class Eight, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-8(1). There shall be one off-street parking space provided for each 300 square feet of gross floor area contained in any structure.
.6-9. Parking Class Nine, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-9(1). There shall be one off-street parking space provided for each 500 square feet of gross floor area contained in any structure.
.6-10. Parking Class Ten, being composed of all Uses by Right which are enumerated in the schedule hereinafter provided:
.6-10(1). There shall be one off-street parking space provided for each 800 square feet of land area occupied by the Use by Right. (Ord. 263, Series 1968)
.7. Special Plan for Location of Off-Street Parking Space.
.7-1. Purpose of Procedure. Under the standard provisions of this ordinance, off-street parking space is required to be located on the same Zone Lot as the Use by Right for which the space is provided. Pursuant to the procedure hereinafter set forth, either part or all of required off-street parking space may be located off the Zone Lot of the Use by Right for which the space is provided.
1976 Rev.
399.2


614 Revised Municipal Code of the City and County of Denver
.7-2. Limitation on Procedure.
.7-2(1). Location of Space. Off-street parking space under this Special Plan need not be located on the same Zone Lot as the Use by Right for which the space is provided but may be located on a separate Zone Lot; provided, however, (1) that the separate Zone Lot on which the off-street parking space is located shall abut the Zone Lot on which the Use by Right is located, provided, however, that a street or alley shall not destroy abutment and (2) that separated off-street parking space shall be located only in zoning districts where the parking of vehicles is an enumerated Use by Right and shall be used only for the provision of separated off-street parking space. (Ord. 163, Series 1969)
.7-3. Applications for Approval. How Made and Contents. All applications for approval of a special plan hereunder shall be filed with the Department of Zoning Administration by the owner or owners of the entire land area to be included within the special plan, and the owner or owners of all structures then existing on said land area; shall contain sufficient evidence to establish to the satisfaction of the Department that the applicants are the owners of the designated land and structures; shall contain such information and representations required by this ordinance or deemed necessary by the Department and shall include plans showing the following details: .....
; 7-3(1). The location of the Uses by Right or structures for which off-street parking space is required; * _____ ___
.7-3(2). The location of off-street parking spaces. -
.7-4. Review of Application for Approval. All applications-hereunder shall be reviewed by the Department of Zoning Administration and either approved or disapproved. Any approval hereunder may establish necessary conditions and limitations.
.7-5. Approved Plan Registered and Recorded. Upon approval of a special plan hereunder, a copy of such plan shall be registered among the records of the Department of Zoning Administration and a copy of such plan, or such other record thereof as deemed proper by the Department shall be recorded by the Department in the Office of the Clerk and Recorder.
.7-6. Effect of Registered and Recorded Special Plan. All special plans registered and recorded hereunder shall be binding upon the applicants for such special plans, their successors and assigns, shall limit and control the issuance and validity of all zoning permits and zoning certificates and shall restrict and limit the use and operation of all land and structures included within such special plans to all conditions and limitations specified in such plans and the approvals thereof.
.7-7. Amendment of Registered and Recorded Special Plans. All special plans registered and recorded hereunder may be amended pursuant to the same procedure and subject to the same limitations and requirements by which such plans were approved, registered and recorded.
.7-8. Withdrawal of Registered and Recorded Special Plans. Upon
399.3
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