Forest Residential Zone FR-3

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15-1 Purpose and Intent

The purpose in establishing the Forest Residential, FR-3 zone is to provide for medium density residential uses of apartment clusters or condotels adjacent to and in conjunction with major recreational resorts, recreation areas and facilities in the mountain areas of Weber County on the basis that such medium density multiple family housing is an integral and normal part of a recreational resort complex catering to the needs of both tourists and permanent home ownership. This zone is intended to be used in mountain locations in areas associated with major recreational resorts.


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15-2 Permitted Uses

  1. Accessory building or accessory use customarily incidental to a use permitted in the zone
  2. Cluster subdivision in accordance with Chapter 22B
  3. Dwelling unit as part of a Homeowner Association's common facility building, such as a clubhouse, for use by an on-site employed manager or night watchman with the density not greater than one manager or night watchman dwelling for every one hundred residential units within a project or combination of projects
  4. Home occupations
  5. Household pets
  6. Single family, two family, three family and four family dwellings
  7. Temporary building or use incidental to construction work. Such building or use to be removed upon completion or abandonment of the construction work
  8. Residential Facilities for persons with a disability meeting the requirements of Chapter 23-13 of this Ordinance

15-3 Conditional Uses

The following uses shall be permitted only when authorized by a Conditional Use Permit obtained as provided in Chapter 22C:

  1. Boarding House; Lodging House; Bed and Breakfast Inn subject to requirements of 15-5-9
  2. Condominium rental apartment (condo-tel)
  3. Educational/Institutional Identification Sign
  4. Group dwelling
  5. Lockout sleeping room, maximum of two per dwelling unit
  6. Multiple family dwelling
  7. Nightly rental
  8. Planned Residential Unit Development in accordance with Chapter 22D
  9. Private park, playground and or recreation area, but not including privately owned commercial amusement business
  10. Public buildings, public park, recreation grounds and associated buildings
  11. Public Utility Substations
  12. Time share building
  13. Recreation Lodge
  14. Conference/Education Center

15-4 Permitted Signs and Regulations

Shall comply with Chapter 32-B, Valley Signs if located within the Ogden Valley area.

15-5 Site Development Standards

Zone FR-3
Minimum lot area Two different minimum area regulations are recognized based upon the use of either individual waste water disposal systems of a community or a group waste water disposal systems of a community or a group waste water disposal facility approved by the Utah State Division Health as follows:
  a. Developments using individual waste water disposal systems
  1. For a one building dwelling 20,000 square feet of net developable area for a one family dwelling or the first dwelling unit in a multiple family dwelling plus 8,000 square feet of net developable area for each additional dwelling unit
  2. For group dwellings 20,000 square feet of net developable area for the first dwelling unit in each building plus 8,000 square feet of net developable area for each additional dwelling unit
  3. For other main building 20,000 square feet of net developable area
  4. For each rental sleeping room including lockout sleeping room 500 sq. ft. of net developable area in addition to the area required for the dwelling unit containing the sleeping room 9 81
  5. Notwithstanding the above requirements, the maximum residential density shall not exceed four (4) dwelling units or eight (8) rental quest sleeping rooms per net developable acre of land and provided further that these area and density regulations shall be modified to meet any more stringent area requirements of the Weber County and/or State Division of Health relating to individual waste water disposal systems
  b. Developments using a community or group waste water disposal facility meeting the requirements of the Utah State Division of Health Code of Waste Water Disposal Regulations
     1. One building dwelling
       i. Single family 6,000 ft2 of net developable area
       ii. Two-family 7,500 ft2 or net developable area for a two family dwelling
       iii. Multiple-family 7,500 ft2 of net developable area plus 2,000 ft2 of net developable area for each dwelling unit in excess of two
     2. Group dwellings 7,500 ft2 of net developable area for each dwelling plus 2,000 ft2 of net developable area for each dwelling unit in excess of two in each building
     3. Other main buildings 7,500 ft2 of net developable area
     3a. Each rental sleeping room including lockout sleeping room 500 ft2 of net developable area in addition to the area required for the dwelling unit containing the sleeping room
     4. Notwithstanding the above requirements, the maximum residential density shall not exceed 20 dwelling units or 40 rental guest sleeping rooms per net developable acre of land or part thereof
  c. Net Developable area or acre. "Net Developable Area" or "net Developable Acre" is defined as a quantity of ground within a parcel or parcels of land with slopes of less than thirty (30) percent and with soils of sufficient depth and suitable types to insure against development being a detriment to surface and ground water quality
Minimum lot width 60 ft
Minimum yard setbacks
  a. Front 25 ft
  b. Side
     i. Main building 8 feet with total width of two required side yards of not less than 18 feet plus 1 foot each side for each 1 foot main building if over 35 feet high
     ii. Accessory Building 8 feet, except 1 foot if located at least 6 feet from rear of main building
     iii. Side facing street on corner lot 20 ft
     iv. Accessory building > 1,000 ft2 [1]
  c. Rear
     i. Main building 30 ft
     ii. Accessory building 1 ft[2]
Main building height
  a. Minimum one story
  b. Maximum 35 ft
Accessory building height 25 ft[3]
Lot coverage No building or group of buildings with their accessory buildings shall cover more than forty (40) percent of the lot area
Open space At least forty (40) percent of the lot shall be left in open green space
Special Regulations In no case shall the ratio of the total floor area in the building to the total area exceed one to one (1:1)
Notes:
  1. For storage of personal equipment and materials see chapter 23-29.
  2. 1 foot except 8 feet where accessory building rears on side yard of adjacent corner lot.
  3. 25 ft unless meeting requirements of Chapter 23-29, Large Accessory Buildings.


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