February 28, 2019

Honorable Mayor and Councilors
City Manager
City Attorney
Clerk of Council

The primary reason for this request is to align the UDO with the Fire Code.

Subject: (REZN-02-19-0219) Request to amend the text of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) in regards to Table 3.1.1. – Personal Care Homes, Chapter 3 – Section 3.2.50 Personal Care Home, Type 1, Section 3.2.51 Personal Care Home, Type 2, Section 3.2.73 Foster Care Home, Section 3.2.74 Group Foster Home and Chapter 13 Definitions to read as follows:
UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE REVISIONS
(Explanation of Revisions)

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ORIGINAL ORDINANCE
PROPOSED ORDINANCE CHANGE
CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.51 - Personal Care Home, Type II.

A Type II personal care home shall comply with the standards listed below.

A. Number of Residents. Personal care shall be provided for not less than 7 or not more than 18 residents.

B. Character of Dwelling. The character of the dwelling shall conform to the neighborhood and zoning district in which the facility is located.

C. Signs. Signs shall comply with the requirements of Article 4 of Chapter 4.

D. Compliance. The facility shall comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws and regulations.

CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.51 - Personal Care Home, Type II.

A Type II personal care home shall comply with the standards listed below.

A. Number of Residents. Personal care shall be provided for not less than 7 or not more than 15 residents.

B. Character of Dwelling. The character of the dwelling shall conform to the neighborhood and zoning district in which the facility is located.

C. Signs. Signs shall comply with the requirements of Article 4 of Chapter 4.

D. Compliance. The facility shall comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws and regulations.

ORIGINAL ORDINANCE
PROPOSED ORDINANCE CHANGE
CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.52. - Personal Care Home, Type III.

A Type III personal care home shall comply with the standards listed below.

A. Number of Residents. Personal care shall be provided for not less than 19 residents.


B. Signs. Signs shall comply with the requirements of Article 4 of Chapter 4.
C. Compliance. The facility shall comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws and regulations.
D. Additional Treatment Permitted. In addition to personal care, a Type III facility also may provide convalescent or nursing home care.
E. Accessory Commercial Uses Permitted. Up to ten percent of the gross floor area may be utilized for resident-serving accessory commercial uses, including banking and finance, beauty and barbershops, specialty foods, personal services and sale of convenience foods and items.
CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.52. – Reserved.
ORIGINAL ORDINANCE
PROPOSED ORDINANCE CHANGE
CHAPTER 3
N/A
CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.73 - Foster Care Home.

Foster Care Home shall comply with the standards listed below:

A. Number of Residents. Twenty Four hour care, lodging, supervision and maintenance shall be provided for not more than six residents.

B. Character of Dwelling. In a single-family or multifamily residential zoning district, the character of the dwelling shall conform to the neighborhood in which the facility is located.

C. Signs in Single-family Zoning Districts. Installation of signs in a single-family zoning district comply with the standards of Article 4 of Chapter 4.

D. Compliance. The facility shall comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws and regulations.

ORIGINAL ORDINANCE
PROPOSED ORDINANCE CHANGE
CHAPTER 3
N/A
CHAPTER 3

Section 3.2.74 – Group Foster Home.

Foster Group Home shall comply with the standards listed below:

A. Number of Residents. Twenty Four hour care, lodging, supervision and maintenance shall be provided for not less than 7 or not more than 15 residents.

B. Character of Dwelling. In a multifamily residential zoning district, the character of the dwelling shall conform to the neighborhood in which the facility is located.

C. Signs. Signs shall comply with the requirements of Article 4 of Chapter 4.

D. Compliance. The facility shall comply with all applicable federal, state or local laws and regulations.


Recommendations:

The Planning Advisory Commission (PAC) considered this text amendment at their meeting on February 20, 2019. By a vote of 8-0, the PAC recommended approval.

The Planning Department recommends approval.

Sincerely,


Rick Jones, AICP
Director, Planning Department


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