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Ord 3693 7/1/1980 • p. l ORDINANCE NO. J� AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE COMPREHENSIVE SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, ORDINANCE NO. 2118, APPENDIX A, CODE OF ORDINANCES, ESTABLISHING DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR SINGLE FAMILY ATTACHED OR DETACHED ZERO LOT LINE SUBDIVISIONS, AND AMENDING DEFINITION FOR TOWNHOUSE, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND DESIGN STANDARDS FOR ALLEYS, AND ALLEY REQUIREMENT FOR TOWNHOUSE SUBDIVISIONS BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS, THAT: SECTION 1. Section 9 of Ordinance 2118, Appendix A, Code of Ordinances, be amended to add the following: "(P) DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR SINGLE FAMILY ZERO LOT LINE SUBDIVISIONS Single family attached or detached zero lot line subdivisions shall conform to the following basic development standards, notwithstanding different standards required in these subdivision regulations of other type subdivisions, to wit: (1) Minimum site area. Each site shall have an area of at least five (5) acres. (2) Minimum lot area. Each lot shall have an area of at least four thousand (4,000) square feet. (3) Minimum lot width. Minimum lot width shall be forty (40) feet. (4) Lot coverage. The combined ground floor areas of all buildings on a lot shall not cover more than forty per cent (40%) of the lot area. (5) Minimum common open space. Common open space is required as follows; the minimum common open space shall be based on the weighted average residential lot size in the following manner: MINIMUM COMMON WEIGHTED AVERAGE OPEN SPACE AS A RESIDENTIAL LOT SIZE % OF SITE AREA Less than 5,000 sq. ft. but no less than 4,000 sq. ft. 15% Less than 6,000 sq. ft. but no less than 5,000 sq. ft. 10% 6,000 sq. ft. or more 0% (6) Minimum side setback requirements. Structures shall be construc- ted adjacent to the side lot line on one side of a lot and a side setback observed only on the other side of the lot: a. The minimum width of the side setback shall be ten (10) feet, except where the height of the adjacent wall of the structure on the same lot exceeds ten (10) feet, in which case the minimum side setback shall be increased to equal the height of said wall. The same side setback requirements on the main building shall be observed by detached accessory buildings. b. An exterior side setback of not less than fifteen (15) feet shall be required for corner lots. c. No openings for access, light or air are permitted in the wall of any structure where the normal side setback requirement is not observed between such wall and the side lot line. d. The side setback shall be shown by building limit lines on the subdivision plat. Easements for maintenance, drainage and for roof overhang shall be established in recorded covenants. -2- (7) Minimum front and rear setbacks. a. The minimum front setback shall be fifteen (15) feet. when vehicle access .is ,taken from the street, that portion of the struc- ture that contains the garage or carport shall set back no less than twenty (20) feet; provided, however, if the weighted average residential lot size is 7,200 square feet or more, the minimum front setback shall be twenty-five (25) feet. b. The minimum rear setback shall be fifteen (15) feet. When vehicle access is taken from the alley, that portion of the structure that contains the garage or carport shall set back no less than twenty (20) feet from the edge of the alley pavement closest to the property line. c. Where the residential lots and dwelling units are designed to face upon a common open space courtyard rather than a public street, the front setback requirements shall be required for rear setbacks. (8) Alleys. Alleys shall be provided in accordance with Section 9 (C) ALLEYS, as amended. (9) Minimum parking requirements. The minimum offstreet parking requirements for the site shall be determined at the rate of two (2) off-street parking spaces for each dwelling unit, of which at least one (1) space per dwelling unit must be provided on each lot. The remaining parking spaces must be provided in offstreet parking lots. The areas required for such lots shall be in addition to the common open space requirements. (10) Utilities. All utilities shall be underground. (11) Site Plan. A site plan shall be submitted with the preliminary plat and shall include the following: a. Location and dimension of all lots, access drives, common open space areas, dedicated streets, and parking spaces. b. Location of all structures and appropriate dimensions. c. Calculated acreage of open space as a percentage of site area and the number of dwelling units per gross acre. (12) Covenants. A proposed declaration of covenantsr conditions and restrictions shall be submitted with the preliminary plat. This document shall contain, in addition to other requirements set forth by the developer, the following requirements: a. Legally create easements for maintenance, drainage and roof overhang. b. Where common open space is required: i. Legally create an automatic-membership home owner asso- ciation with responsibility and authority to administer the provisions. of the declaration. ii. The home owners association has legal title to the common property or will receive legal title to it within a specified period. iii. The owner of each home or lot automatically becomes a voting member of the association, and his membership is automatically transferred to the new owner of a home or lot when it is sold. iv. The right of each member to use the property and any limitation on his use of it is defined in the declaration. v. The association is legally responsible for operating and maintaining the common property. vi. Each member's share of the association's expenses is reasonable and adequate to enable the association to function properly. vii . The consequences of nonpayment of a member's share of the expenses are defined, and adequate legal measures for recovering any nonpayment are available." 1 - •v • -3- SECTION 2. Section 3. Definitions, Townhouse, of Ordinance 2118, Appendix A, Code of Ordinances, be amended to read as follows: "Townhouse. The term 'townhouse' shall mean a structure which is one of a series, containing not less than three nor more than ten, of dwelling units designed for single family occupancy, which dwelling units are structurally connected or immediately adjacent to each other without side yards between individual dwelling units." SECTION 3. Section 9(C) (1) General requirements for alleys, of Ordinance 2118, Appendix A, Code of Ordinances, be amended to add the following: (c) "Alleys shall be approximately parallel to the frontage of the streets and shall be installed by the subdivider in accordance with City standards as established by the Director of Public Works." SECTION 4. Secti_or d)(C) ( ) ( of Ordinance 18, App aix A, Code of Ordinances, be amended to read as folio. .-;: "(a) Width and paving in residential areas. Alleys provided in residential areas including those where vehicular access to lots is taken from the alley, shall have a right-of-way width of not less than twenty (20) feet and a pavement width of not less than nine (9) feet except when vehicular access to lots is taken from an alley serving more than twenty (20) lots per block, in which case the right-of-way width shall be not less than thirty (30) feet and the pavement width shall be not less than eighteen (18) feet, unless additional access to a public street is provided as stated below: 1. When the number of lots per block exceeds twenty (20) lots, an alternate access alley shall be provided for each additional twenty (20) lots or part thereof. 2. Additional access may be provided to the public street by an alternate access alley which has a right-of-way width of not less than twenty (20) feet and a pavement width of not less than eighteen (18) feet. 3. No driveway openings shall be allowed from an alternate access alley. 4. Alternate access alleys shall be staggered to discourage cross traffic and the center-line of such shall be no closer than one hundred twenty-five (125) feet from the center-line of another alternate access alley or the right-of-way of a public street. 5. Minimum building setback lines along alternate access alleys shall be required of at least five (5) feet." SECTION 5. Section 9(0) Development Standards for Townhouse Subdivision, of Ordinance 2118, Appendix A, Code of Ordinances, be amended to add the following: "(8) Alleys. Alleys shall be provided in accordance with Section 9 (C) ALLEYS, as amended." SECTION 6. The fact that pr ' iminary plans lor a zero lot line develop- ment have been made, and the project is being delayed, creates aa urgent public necessity requiring that this ordinance is passed as an emergency measure and shall be in force and effect immediately from and after its passage. PASSED AND APPROVED THIS THE / day of . L , 1980. ATTEST: • MAYOR ) ‘2--'/ CITY CLERK I Affidavit of Publication ORDINANCE NO.3616 THE STATE OF TEXAS ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBSECTION 1305.5 AND COUNTY OF WICHITA SUBSECTION 1602.2.1 OF THE (PCITY OF WICHIT oi PLUMBING CODE, ANO DECLARING AMENDMENTS PTO BE EMERGENCY On this 28th day of August MEASURES, EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE. Anyone violating this ordinance 14 30 4 will be subject to a fine not to A.D. ....... personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority exceed ORDINANCE Sho l '.on ORDINANCE AMENDING ND , bookkeeper AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBSECTION 1604.3 AND TABLE 505, APPENDIX B,OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS for the Times Publishing Company of Wichita Falls, publishers of the PLUMBING CODE, AND TO O B E DECLARING E M AMENDMENS MN CTY Wichita Falls Record News, a newspaper published at Wichita Falls in MEASURES, EFFECTIVE UPON PASSAGE. Wichita Count Texas, and upon being duly sworn by me, on oath states Anyone violating this ordinance y' p on g y will be subject to a fine not to exceed$200.00. that the attached,advertisement is a true and correct copy of advertising ORDINANCE NO.3693 AN THE RCOMPREHENSIVE One (1)published in_.- issues thereof on the following SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS OF THE CITY OF WICHITA dates: FALLS, TEXAS, ORDINANCE NO.2118,APPENDIX A,CODE 1 August 28,r 1980 O F O R D I N A N C E S, E S T A B L I S H I N G DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS r\ FOR SINGLE FAMILY I _ t -. % `_�• 11/44 ATTACHED OR DETACHED Z E R O LOT LINE Bookkee•-r for Times Publishing Company BUSDIVISIONS, AND AMENDING DEFINITION of Wichita Falls FOR TOWNHOUSE,GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND. DESIGN STANDARDS FOR Subscribed and sworn to before me this the day and year first above `:,GALLEYS, AND ALLEY ;REQUIREMENT FOR 1 TOWNHOUSE SUBDIVISIONS.u..) written. -"Annyone violating this ordinance exceed ed be 3200.00 subject to a fine not I exceed NO.3 y�G�Ge�-C G✓ ORDINANCE NO.3706 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBPARAGRAPH (b) OF, SECTION 29-45 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE PAT CHAMBERLAIN, Notary Public CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, in and for Wichita County, Texas TEXAS. DESIGNATING ONE-WAY STREETS AND ALLEYS, WITHIN THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, I TEXAS. Anyone violating this ordinance will be subject to a fine not to exceed$200.00. ORDINANCE NO.3711 FAIR HOUSING ORDINANCE. Anyone violating this ordinance will be subject to a fine not to exceed$200.00. ORDINANCE NO. 3714 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBPARAGRAPH (d) OF SECTION 29-114 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS. TEXAS. Anyone violating this ordinance will be subject to a fine not to exceed 8200.00. ORDINANCE NO.3715 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SUBPARAGRAPH (c) OF SECTION 29-114 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS. Anyone violating this ordinance will be subject to a fine not to [exceed$200.00.