Ordinance No.440 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHATFIELD, MINNESOTA

Ordinance No.440 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CHATFIELD, MINNESOTA, RELATING TO ZONING; PRO- VIDING REGULATIONS GOV- ERNING ACCESSORY STRUC- TURES LOCATED IN CERTAIN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS; AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHATFIELD CODE, SUBPART B, CHAPTER 113, ARTICLE IV, SECTIONS 182 AND 183; AND, AMENDING THE PROVISIONS OF THE CHATFIELD CODE, SUBPART B, CHAPTER 113, ARTICLE VI,

DIVISION 2.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHAT- FIELD, MINNESOTA:

Section 1. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article IV, Section 113-182 (c), are amended to read:

( c) Accessory uses. Any inci- dental structure or building for use of the occupants of the permitted prin- cipal structure, including residential towers, swimming pools, private garages, carports, screen houses and post-frame type construction shall be allowed as accessory use for property zoned single-family residential if it complies with Division 2. Accessory Buildings and Structures.

Section 2. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article IV, Section 113 (d), are amended to read:

(d) Conditional uses. All con- ditional uses require a conditional use permit as set forth and regulated by Article II, Division 3, of this Chapter, The following are condition- al uses for property zoned single- family residential:

(1) municipal office buildings; (2) cemeteries, memorial gardens

and funeral homes; (3) boarding or rental of rooms,

including bed and breakfast

establishments; (4) governmentally owned build-

ings and structures, including police and fire stations, libraries, museums and art galleries;

(5) nursing homes, hospitals and sanitariums;

(6) public service facilities, including water supply build- ings and reservoirs, elevated tanks, utility buildings, sub- stations and transformer stations;

(7) semi-private recreation areas, clubs, lodges and centers, including country clubs, swimming pools and golf courses, but not including such uses as: camping areas, miniature golf courses or practice driving tees operated for commercial purposes;

(8) any other use of a character similar to those listed under subsection (b) of this section.

Section 3. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article IV, Section 113-183 (c), are amended to read:

(c) Accessory uses. Accessory uses permitted in the R-1 district shall be permitted within the R-2 dis- trict. Residential towers, community garages, uses incidental to the princi-

pal use when located on the same property shall be permitted as acces- sory uses if they comply with Division 2, Accessory Buildings and Structures.

Section 4. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article IV, Section 113-183 (d), are amended to read:

(d) Conditional uses. The fol- lowing are conditional uses for prop- erty zoned multi-family residential and shall require a conditional use permit as set forth and regulated by article II, division 3, of this chapter:

(1) all conditional uses permitted in the R-1 district which are not listed as permitted uses in subsection (b) of this section;

(2) manufactured home parks, provided that the provisions of article VI, division 4 of this chapter are complied with;

(3) planned unit developments; (4) Other uses of the same

general character as those listed as permitted uses in subsection (b) of this section.

Section 5. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article VI, Division 2, Section 113-291 (f) are amended to read:

(f) Any accessory or incidental structure or building of whatever type or construction, including garages, carports and storage build- ings, in which motor vehicles will be parked or stored for any length of time and which require a building permit ( i.e. over 200 square feet) shall have a floor of nonflammable and nonabsorbent material as required by the State Building Code.

Section 6. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article VI, Division 2, Section 113-291 (g), are amended to read:

(g) Cloth, canvas, plastic sheet- ing, tarps, or similar material, as well as corrugated roofing or siding, are not allowed as primary building material on an accessory structure. This limitation shall not apply to a greenhouse and accessory structure located in the RR-Rural Residential zoning district or building used for agricultural purposes.

Section 7. The provisions of the Chatfield Code, Subpart B, Chapter 113, Article VI, Division 2, Section 113-291 are amended by adding sub- section (i) to read:

(i) In addition to any other requirements that may be set forth in this chapter or the building code; an accessory building situated in a resi- dence district shall also be construct- ed so that:

(1) the use of any sheet steel siding is in board and batten style, as opposed to continuous corrugated style;

(2) doors will be of a standard walk-in style, roll-up style, or

overhead style; (3) treated skirting will be the

only exposed portion of the building that is left unfinished and it shall not have more than eight inches of exposure

from finish grade to the bottom of the siding; and, the finish grade will lap up on the skirting no less than three inches.

Section 8. This ordinance shall be effective 30 days following its publi- cation.

Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Chatfield, Minnesota, this 25th day of February, 2019.

By:Russ Smith, Mayor Attest: Joel A. Young, City Clerk