Maximum Height of
|Nonresidential Zoning Districts||50 foot-candles||35 feet||Nonconforming lighting or illumination.2 |
|Commercial Parking and Loading Areas||50 foot-candles||35 feet||Nonconforming lighting or illumination.2 |
|Residential Zoning District Line||1.0 foot-candle||30 feet||Cut-off fixtures to be used along all perimeters with residential district.2,3 |
|Nonresidential Zoning District Line||3 foot-candle||35 feet||Cut-off fixtures to be used along all perimeters with residential districts.2,3 |
|Decorative Lighting||100 watt incandescent and 10 foot-candles||10 feet||May be included as part of lighting plan. Limited to campus settings such as office complexes, hospitals, schools, industrial parks, etc.2,4 |
|Nonresidential Use in a Residential Zoning District.||25 foot candles||25 feet||Foot candles and maximum height may be increased by City Engineer, based upon specific circumstances. Lighting plan to limit impact on residential uses. |
1Security lighting mounted on the side of a building may exceed maximum height requirements, but must comply with maximum illumination standards.
2Lighting and illumination levels that exceed the standards of this Section, but were legally installed prior to the effective date of this Section are to be considered as conforming to such standards.
3City Engineer may approve alternative fixtures that provide equal or greater compliance with the lighting standards.
4Lighting to consist of bollards, low level fixtures, and similar lighting installations.