Public Buildings and Public Utility Substations and Structures

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26-1 Location

The location and arrangement of Public Buildings and Public Utility Substations and structures will comply with requirements set forth in this Chapter and will be in accordance with construction plans submitted to and approved by the Planning Commission.

26-2 Minimum Lot Area - Public Utility Substations

None

26-3 Minimum Yards

Each Public Utility Substation shall maintain the minimum yards required for a dwelling in the same zone except that the rear yard may be reduced to the following:

  • In a Residential Zone: 5 feet
  • In an Agricultural Zone: 10 feet
  • In a Forest Zone: 20 feet

26-4 Street Access

Each Public Utility Substation shall be located on a lot which has adequate access from a street, alley, right-of-way, or easement.

26-5 Minimum Lot Area - Public Buildings

Each Public Building shall be located on a lot of not less than 20,000 sq. ft. in all Residential Estate, Agriculture, and Forest Zones.

26-6 Minimum Yards

Each Public Building shall meet the minimum yard requirements for a Public Building in the zone in which it is located.

26-7 Width of Lot

Each Public Building shall have a minimum width of lot of 100 feet.

26-8 Frontage

Each Public Building shall have frontage on a public street.


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