Franklin Zoning Ordinance

125 BUILDING TYPES Multiplex 06 Chapter Franklin Zoning Ordinance Effective January 1, 2023 Materials (Continued) Porch Pier Cladding Brick, natural stone, cultured stone, or authentic stucco and painted or stained latticework between each pier Chimney Cladding Brick, natural stone, cultured stone, authentic stucco, or material to match the primary material of the facade Prohibited Materials Aluminum siding, corrugated metal siding, EIFS, vinyl cladding, or exposed smoothfaced concrete block, unless finished with a brick, stone, or authentic stucco Materials in CFO or CAO See applicable overlay district Material Changes Material Changes Primary materials on a front facade shall continue down side facades at least 20 feet and the entire length of side facade facing a frontage Excluding trim, any material changes shall coincide with form, structural, or massing changes and shall not occur at the outside corner of such change Colors Colors Up to three colors, including material colors, but excluding trim colors Prohibited Colors Overly bright or neon colors Color Requirements in HHO or Steep Slope Areas See Section 4.4, HHO District, or Section 17.1, Steep Slopes Facade Variety Front Facades For development projects that include more than one multiplex, a variety of front facade elevations shall be provided, proof of which shall be submitted with a site plan Garages Parking/ Garage Location Shall be located to the rear of the building Garage Scale Shall be subordinate in scale and massing to the building it serves Garage Setback 5 feet or at least 22 feet from alley right-of-way or drive aisle, where no alley right-ofway exists At least 22 feet from a mews right-of-way, when facing a mews the rear facade shall have a pedestrian door One-Car Garage Door Width Maximum 9 feet Two-Car Garage Door Width 16 to 18 feet Separation Between Garage Doors Minimum 2 feet Interior Dimensions Minimum 10 feet by 20 feet per vehicle parking space Transitional Features Requirements See Chapter 8, Transitional Features