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TO: District of Columbia Board of Zoning Adjustment FROM: Elisa Vitale, AICP, Case Manager Joel Lawson, Associate Director Development Review DATE: July 12, 2016 SUBJECT: BZA Case 19314, variance from the off-street parking requirements under 2101.1, and a special exception from the penthouse setback requirements under 777.1 and Relief: Special Exception from: The lot occupancy requirements of Subtitle E 404.1; The rear addition requirements of Subtitle E 205.4; The guard rail setback requirements of Subtitle C 1502.1 Pursuant to: Subtitle E 205.5, Subtitle E 5201, Subtitle C 1504 and Subtitle X 901.2 Set the arrays back from the edge of the roof at a ratio of 1:1 based on the height of the arrays. Establishes Land Use Classifications within Zone Districts. Guiding, controlling, and regulating future growth and development in the City in a sound and orderly manner, and promoting the achievement of the goals and purposes of the Envision San Jos 2040 General . 106 ANTENNAS 106.1 Antennas shall be subject to the regulations of Subtitle C, Chapter 13. . 26: Automobile Elevators excluded from GFA Calculations. Under Section B-308.3 of the DC Zoning Regulations, up to a four foot high parapet on a roof in an R, RF, or RA Zone is allowed to exceed the permitted building height. 1100 4th Street, S.W., Suite E650 Washington, DC 20024 phone 202-442-7600, fax 202-442-7638 Find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter ZC 14-13, Rooftop Penthouses: Summary of Zoning Commission Proposed Action, June 8, 2015 The Zoning Commission approved regulations that clarify the current measurement rules related to height, stories, and floor area ratio for properties in DC. This ruling is an extension of the zoning commission's 2015 decision to restrict both the height of rowhouses and the number of units an owner can build into one in these same zones. The purpose of the City's zoning ordinance is to promote the health, safety, and wellbeing of Pittsfield's residents and businesses. 10/22/2016 12:46. more . 5,000 sq ft. 5,000 sq ft. 30 ft for detached house. US Legal Forms offers entry to business templates for District of Columbia Compliance with environmental, zoning laws and regulations categorized by state. (Zoning Regulations of 2016) These PDF documents are the Subtitle that comprise the old Zoning Regulations of 1958, as amended. and areas located south of North Bend Way . View the Zoning Regulations of 1958. Under Section B-308.3 of the DC Zoning Regulations [copied below], up to a four foot high parapet on a roof in an R, RF, or RA Zone is allowed to exceed the permitted building height. Subtitle B, Definitions, . 5. . A lot may have more than one side yard. .

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The DC Office of Zoning (DCOZ) is proud to present this comprehensive zoning map for the District of Columbia. All documents below are PDF downloads. For corner lots the street side setback shall be 14 feet and the interior side setback shall be 7 feet to the first floor wall only. Some residents also pushed for it during 2013 and 2014's Zoning Regulations Review public hearings. A project shall comply with all minimum use requirements of the zoning district.

Chapter 40A - The Zoning Act.. All required parking spaces, other than as permitted in Subtitle C 711.4, shall be accessible at all times from a driveway accessing either: (a) An improved street, except as restricted in Subtitle C 711.9; or (b) An improved alley or alley system with a minimum width of ten feet (10 ft.). Subject: Re:Washington DC setback laws. The DC Fire Code is available online. 0.65. . FRONT SETBACK: View text: 9/6/2016: 11-D406: REAR YARD: View text: 1/6/2017: 11-D407: SIDE YARD [REPEALED] View text: 401 9th Street, NW North Lobby, suite 500 Washington, DC 20004 Tel: 202.48 .7200 February 1, 2015 Chairperson Marnique Heath DC Board of Zoning Adjustment 441 4th Street NW, Suite 210 Washington, DC 20001 RE: NCPC Comments on BZA Case 19124 regarding special exceptio from th roof structure setback requirements Dear Ms. Heath, Interactive Zoning Information System. (West of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street) and DC-2: Setbacks along street, excluding alleys 0 to 50 ft. high . This interactive web-based Zoning Map showcases the zone designations of the Zoning Regulations of 1958 and is provided for historical reference only. The Office of Zoning (OZ) published a new online portal for the "unofficial" Zoning Regulations. The required setbacks are depicted in the map entitled, "Required Front Yard Setbacks," which is a part of this zone and located in the Office of Zoning and in the Office of the Zoning Administrator at the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. Anonymous. Washington, DC's allowances for building projections into the public-right-of-way are the most generous of any municipality in North America. a.) The Board of Zoning Adjustment may impose requirements pertaining to design, appearance, size, signs, screening, landscaping, lighting, building materials, or other requirements it deems necessary to protect adjacent or nearby property, or to ensure compliance with the intent of the Zoning Regulations. Churches and schools: 15 feet or 50% of building height, whichever is greater. Excluding utilities, any known zoning violations, nonconforming uses, building restriction violations or setback requirements, or any recorded or unrecorded easement on or affecting the residence. Front Setbacks; GFA; Height, Non-Residential; Height, Residential; Lot Occupancy; Rear Yards; . Requires a 1:1 setback from the edge of the roof below; and Does not permit most forms of "habitable" space within a penthouse The Zoning Regulations pertaining to penthouse are generally more restrictive than what the Height Act would permit. Setback and build-to area.

The Zoning Administrator reviews applications for conformance with DC Zoning Regulations, under Title 11 DCMR, including: Knowledge of property being a DC landmark, which includes being located in a designated historic district or designated as an historic property Subtitle J - Production, Distribution, and Repair (PDR) Zones- (former CM and M zones, including those with overlays) The interactive zoning map allows users to determine the zoning classification for any property in the District. Attend all meetings of the planning and zoning board and the board of zoning appeals; b. Administer and enforce this chapter; Please refer to the complete Zoning Ordinance and the Zoning Map for more detailed information. 15-1-56 (11) for minimum recreation area requirements. 4. and must document the following: 1. Front setbacks shall be regulated in one of three ways: Latest . In order to distinguish a rooftop deck, in which the railings would be subject to the setback provisions under Section C-1502.1 from a balcony, the Zoning Administrator has determined the . The zoning official shall be appointed by and hold office at the pleasure of the board of county commissioners. Planned Development Designations. A Zoning By-law is the primary tool that the City uses to regulate land use. Zoning Information 2016 Zoning Regulations approved by Zoning Commission are effective September 6, 2016. Instead, maximum height, setbacks, and open space requirements determine the scale of buildings. Note that standards and/or regulations additional to the zoning code often apply. Therefore, relief is required pursuant to Section 2712 of the Zoning Regulations. . the rear yard requirements enumerated in section D-1206.2 of the DC Zoning Regulations in order to renovate a residential row single-family dwelling in the R-20 zone on an existing 1710 sq. subject to the requirements of Section 411 of DCMR 11 of the District of Columbia's Zoning Regulations. . The Douglas County Zoning Resolution (DCZR) establishes land use classifications within zone districts. 105 INCLUSIONARY ZONING 105.1 Inclusionary zoning requirements for the R zones, except R-1-A and R-1-B, are as specified in Subtitle C, Chapter 10. Also- there are many garages and houses in DC that don't conform to current setback requirements because they were built before the requirements went into effect. . For the purpose of land development, the City of Edmonton is divided into zones. View Full Interpretation .

A setback is distinct from, but usually included in a yard area (see the next subsection). Chapter : 11-C15 PENTHOUSES AND ROOFTOP STRUCTURES. This height may be exceeded in conjunction with a Conditional Use permit application/approval. Case Number: 18477. A setback is the distance at a right angle ( 90) from a lot line into the lot. A PDF of the Map is attached to this interpretation for reference. Contains development standards, including density, height, lot occupancy, setback standards, etc. . Interpretations can be appealed to the Board of Adjustment within 15 days of issuance. Zoning Bylaw 12800. The Official version of the Zoning Regulations of 2016, as amended, can be found on the website of the Office of Documents and Administrative Issuances at A zoning district is a residential, commercial or manufacturing area of the city within which zoning regulations govern land use and building bulk. 8. FRONT_SETBACK_FT ( type: esriFieldTypeString, alias: FRONT_SETBACK_FT, length: 255 ) Because building projection regulations are in DCMR 12: Construction Code and in areas regulated as public space, they require permits from both the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) and the Department of Transportation (DDOT). Name: Zoning Regulations of 2016 Development Standards Display Field: ZONE Type: Table Geometry Type: N/A Description: The following table displays the Zoning Districts of 2016 and their associated development standards. Side Setbacks - DC Zoning Handbook Side Yards Side yards regulate the distance between a building and a side lot line. The The area between the building and the street shall be landscaped with grass, plantings Purpose. All current and proposed zoning is available at maps . The Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) is authorized to waive strict application of any part of the Zoning Regulations where, due to an exceptional situation, adherence to the language of the Zoning Regulations results in "exceptional practical difficulties or exceptional and undue hardship" upon a property owner.