Franklin Zoning Ordinance

10 180 Chapter Parking PARKING AND TRANSIT Franklin Zoning Ordinance Effective January 1, 2023 10.1.16 Parking Pads on Residential Lots A. Parking pads on residential lots shall comply with the requirements below: Parking Pads Requirements Parking Pad Placement If any, a parking pad shall be adjacent to the driveway between the edge of driveway and the side or rear lot line, and shall not encroach into the sidewalk or the yard area located in front of the remaining part of the principal building Parking Pad Accessed from a Street or Driveway 10 by 20 feet Parking Pad Accessed from the Rear of the Lot Accessed by an Alley 10 by 22 feet Parking Pad Setback Shall be located a minimum of 5 feet from any abutting lot line Easement Conditions Shall not be located within a recorded utility or drainage easement Additional Standards See applicable building type and frontage type standards B. Parking pads on residential lots that were installed prior to March 1, 2007 or that were identified on a building plat and approved by the Building and Neighborhood Services Department in conjunction with the issuance of a building permit may continue. When a parking pad covers more than 40 percent of the front yard and a change in size, location, or material is contemplated, the parking pad shall comply with this Ordinance.