Chapter 18.100   DEFINITIONS

Sections:


18.100.005   Intent and interpretation.

A.

It is the intent of this chapter to:

1.

Promote consistency and precision in the interpretation of this title; and

2.

Define (and illustrate, where necessary) certain words, terms and phrases in the interest of reducing to a minimum the misunderstanding which may occur in the absence of such definition.

B.

General Rules Regarding Use of Language and Interpretation.

1.

Words, terms and phrases not specifically defined in this section or in other sections of this title (where more special terms may be defined) shall have the meaning as defined in any recognized, standard dictionary of the English language.

2.

Words, terms and phrases defined herein may have meanings more specific than their meanings in common usage, standard dictionaries or other ordinances.

3.

The meaning and construction of words and phrases, as set forth in this section shall apply throughout this title except where the context of such words or phrases clearly indicates a different meaning or construction.

4.

Rules of Construction.

a.

Illustration. In case of any difference of meaning or implication between the text of any provision and any illustration, the text shall control.

b.

Shall and May. Shall is always mandatory and not discretionary. May is discretionary.

c.

Tenses and Numbers. Words used in the present tense include the future, and words used in the singular include the plural, and the plural the singular, unless the context clearly indicates the contrary.

d.

Conjunctions. Unless the context clearly indicates the contrary, the following conjunctions shall be interpreted as follows:

i.

And indicates that all connected items or provisions shall apply.

ii.

Or indicates that the connected items or provisions may apply singly or in any combination.

iii.

Either … or indicates that the connected items or provisions shall apply singly but not in combination.

iv.

Gender. The masculine gender he includes the feminine gender she and the feminine gender she includes the masculine gender he .

5.

General Terms.

a.

Planning commission means the city planning commission of the city of Black Diamond.

b.

City means the city of Black Diamond.

c.

County means King County.

d.

Federal means the government of the United States.

e.

State means the state of Washington.

f.

Comprehensive plan or the plan, means the comprehensive land use plan of the city as adopted, and as amended from time to time.

g.

Section means any of the various sections of this title unless otherwise clearly indicated by the context.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.010   Generally.

In addition to the words and terms defined in this chapter, several sections of this title contain definitions specifically related to those sections. In the event of conflict between definitions in this list and those shown in other sections of this title the definition in the other section shall govern within the context of the section within which it appears. (See sections on home occupations, accessory dwelling units, signs and manufactured housing.)

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 58, 10-7-2010)

18.100.020   Abutting.

Having a common boundary except that parcels having no common boundary other than a common corner shall not be considered abutting.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.030   Accessory building.

A building, or structure, or portion of a building, devoted to an activity subordinate to the principal use of the premises.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 59, 10-7-2010)

18.100.040   Accessory living quarters.

Living quarters, which may include kitchen facilities, within an accessory building or the main building for the sole use of persons employed on the premises and not rented or otherwise used as a separate dwelling.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.050   Accessory.

A use customarily incidental and/or subordinate to the principal use of the land or building site, or to a building or other structure located on the same building site as the accessory use.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.060   Acres or acreage, gross.

The total area of a parcel of land, may be expressed in square feet or fractions of an acre.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.070   Acres or acreage, net.

The area of a parcel of land, less the area devoted to streets, roads or alleys, public or private; may be expressed in square feet or fractions of an acre.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.080   Alley.

A public or private way not more than twenty feet wide permanently reserved as a secondary means of access to abutting property.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.090   Amendment.

Any change, modification, deletion, or addition to the wording, text or substance of the zoning title, or any change, modification, deletion, or addition to the application of the zoning title to property within the city, including any alteration in the boundaries of a zone, when adopted by ordinance passed by the city council.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.110   Automobile wrecking.

The dismantling or wrecking of used motor vehicles or trailers, or the storage, sale or dumping of dismantled or wrecked vehicles or their parts. The presence on any lot or parcel of land of five or more motor vehicles which for a period exceeding thirty days have not been capable of operating under their own power, and from which parts have been or are to be removed for reuse or sale shall constitute prima facie evidence of an automobile wrecking yard.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.120   Basement.

That portion of a building between floor and ceiling, which is partly below and partly above the finished grade, but so located that the vertical distance from the finished grade to the floor below is less than the vertical distance from the finished grade to the ceiling. If a basement has a ceiling height of seven feet or more, it shall be considered a story unless it is used exclusively for parking, storage, and/or housing of mechanical or central heating equipment.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.130   Billboards.

Any board, fence, sign or structure upon which any advertisement is shown, or whereupon any poster, bill, printing, painting, device or other advertising matter of any kind whatsoever may be placed, stuck, tacked, pasted, printed, or fastened.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.135   Bed and breakfast.

A lodging use, within a single family dwelling unit that is the principal residence of the proprietors, where short-term overnight lodging and meals are provided to unrelated individuals for compensation.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.150   Buffer.

An area of land or a structure used or created for the purpose of insulating or separating a structure or land use from other uses or structures in such manner as to reduce or mitigate any adverse impacts of one on the other.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.160   Buildable area.

That portion of the land that remains after required yards and buffers have been excluded from the building site.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.170   Building.

Any structure built for the support, shelter or enclosure of persons, animals, or property of any kind.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.180   Building coverage.

The amount or percentage of ground area covered or occupied by a building or buildings; usually expressed in square feet or percentage of land on the lot, and measured horizontally at the foundation. (See also, Development Coverage.)

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.190   Building height.

The vertical distance from average grade level to the highest point of a building or structure, excluding any chimney, antenna or similar appurtenance.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.210   Business support service.

An establishment primarily engaged in providing services to businesses on a fee or contract basis, such as advertising, mailing, consulting, protection, equipment rental, leasing, convenience retail, financial services, and restaurants.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.220   Carport.

A roofed structure, or a portion of a building, open on two or more sides; primarily for the parking of automobiles belonging to the occupants of the property.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.230   Conditional uses.

Certain uses which because of special requirements, unusual character, size or shape, infrequent occurrence or possible detrimental effects on surrounding property and for other similar reasons may be allowed in certain use districts only by the granting of a conditional use permit by the either the director or hearing examiner.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.235   Cottage housing.

A form of residential development consisting of small, detached dwelling units, with one or more units on a lot. A cottage housing development has the following characteristics: 1) each unit is of a size and function suitable for a single person or very small family; 2) each unit has the building characteristics of a single family house; 3) units may be located on platted lots or as units in a condominium and may share use of common facilities such as a community room, tool shed, garden, orchards, workshop or parking areas; and 4) the site is designed with a coherent concept in mind, including: shared functional open space, off-street parking, access within the site and from the site, and a shared, consistent landscape design.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.240   Density.

The number of dwelling units per acre.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.245   Department.

The community development department or such other department as designated by the city administrator.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.250   Development coverage.

The amount or percentage of ground area covered by impervious surfaces (i.e., surfaces which do not absorb moisture, specifically rain water). Impervious surfaces include rooftops and all paved surfaces such as parking areas, roads, driveways, walkways and the like.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.255   Director.

The community development director of the city of Black Diamond or his/her designee; or such other individual that may be appointed by the city administrator.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.260   Dwelling.

A building, or portion thereof designed exclusively for residential purposes, with sleeping and cooking facilities, including one family, two family, multiple family or apartment dwellings and manufactured homes.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.270   Dwelling unit.

A building or portion thereof designed exclusively for residential purposes providing complete housekeeping services for one family.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.280   Easement.

A grant by the property owner for use by the public, a corporation, or person(s) of land for specified purposes, such as vehicular access, pedestrian paths, bicycle paths, utility easements, or drainage facilities; and within which the owner is prohibited from placing any permanent aboveground structures.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.285   Elderly housing, assisted.

A shared multifamily residential living environment that combines living, support services, personalized assistance, and varying degrees of health care; includes assisted living, congregate care, life care, and residential care facilities, but not facilities for active seniors who require no outside assistance for daily living.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.290   Entertainment/cultural use.

A venue, either indoor or outdoors, that offers entertainment, cultural experiences or places of social gathering, that may serve food and/or beverages; includes theaters, nightclubs, art galleries, taverns, restaurants, brew-pubs, arcades, wine bars, and other civic and commercial premises for entertainment or cultural experiences.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.295   Essential public facilities.

Those facilities that are typically difficult to site, such as airports, state education facilities and state or regional transportation facilities as defined in RCW 47.06.140; state and local correctional facilities; solid waste handling facilities; and in-patient facilities including substance abuse facilities, mental health facilities, group homes, and secure community transition facilities as defined in RCW 71.09.020.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.300   Family.

One or more persons (but no more than six unrelated persons) living together as a single housekeeping unit. For purposes of this definition, children with familial status within the meaning of Title 42 United States Code, Section 3602(k) and persons with handicaps within the meaning of Title 42 United States Code, Section 3602(h), will not be counted as unrelated persons.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.310   Floor area.

The sum of the gross horizontal area of the floor or floors measured from the exterior faces of the exterior walls, including elevator shafts and stairwells on each floor and all horizontal areas having a ceiling height of seven feet or more, but excluding all parking and loading spaces, unroofed areas, roofed areas open on two sides, areas having ceiling height of less than seven feet and basements or portions thereof used exclusively for storage or housing of mechanical or central heating equipment.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.315   General office uses.

A business that as a principal activity provides direct, non-retail business services to the general public or private clients, including office activities such as administration, consulting, real estate sales, accounting, legal services, financial advisors, professional design services, insurance companies, post offices, customer service and call centers and governmental offices.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.320   Grade, average.

The average of the natural or existing topography at the midpoint of all exterior walls of a building or structure to be placed on a site.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.325   Heavy industry.

Manufacturing, materials storage or other activities with significant external environmental or operational effects, or which pose significant risks due to the involvement of explosives, radioactive materials, poisons, pesticides, herbicides, or other hazardous materials in the manufacturing or other processes. Includes any manufacturing or industrial activity that cannot be considered "light manufacturing."

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.330   Home occupation.

See Chapter 18.54.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.340   Hotel.

Any building containing six or more guest rooms where lodging, with or without meals, is provided for compensation,

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.355   Light manufacturing.

An establishment engaged in manufacturing predominantly from previously prepared materials, of finished products or parts, including processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, and packaging of such products, and incidental storage, sales and distribution of such products, provided all manufacturing activities are contained entirely within a building and noise, odor, smoke, heat, glare and vibration resulting from the manufacturing activity are confined entirely within the building.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.370   Lot.

A platted or unplatted parcel of land unoccupied, occupied or intended to be occupied by a principal use or building and accessory buildings, together with all yards, open spaces and setbacks required by this title.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.380   Lot area.

The total land space or area contained within the boundary lines of any lot, tract or parcel of land; may be expressed in square feet or acres.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.390   Lot line, front.

That boundary of a lot which is located along an existing or dedicated public street, or, where no public street exists, along a public right-of-way or private way. For corner lots, the boundary line with less frontage on a public street shall be considered the front lot line unless otherwise specified on a recorded subdivision.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.400   Lot line, rear.

The lot line which is opposite and most distant from the front lot line, except in the case of a triangular or pie-shaped lot, it shall mean a straight line ten feet in length which:

A.

Is parallel to the front lot line; or,

B.

Intersects the two other lot lines at points most distant from the front lot line

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.410   Lot depth.

The horizontal distance between the front lot line and the rear lot line measured within the lot boundaries.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.420   Lot width.

The horizontal distance between side lot lines measured at right angles to the lines comprising the depth of the lot at a point midway between the front lot line and the rear lot line.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.430   Lot, corner.

A lot that abuts two or more intersecting streets.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.440   Lot, interior.

A lot that has frontage on one street only.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.450   Lot, through.

A lot that fronts on two parallel or nearly parallel streets.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.455   Major institution.

A use provided by a public or private organization providing significant educational or medical services to the community, such as high schools; colleges and universities and hospitals.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.460   Mobile home.

See Chapter 18.90.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.470   Manufactured home park.

See Chapter 18.90.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.480   Manufactured home subdivision.

See Chapter 18.90.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.490   Motel.

A building or group of buildings containing guest rooms which may or may not contain cooking facilities, and where lodging with or without meals is provided for compensation. Motels are designed to accommodate the automobile tourist or transient, and parking spaces or garages are conveniently located near each guest room.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.500   Nonconforming building or structure.

A building, structure, or portion thereof that was legally in existence, either constructed or altered prior to the effective date of this title, which does not conform with the requirements of this title.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.510   Nonconforming lot.

A parcel of land, in separate ownership, and of record prior to the effective date of this title, which does not conform to the dimensional or area requirements of this title.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.520   Nonconforming use.

An activity in a structure or on a tract of land that was legally in existence prior to the effective date of this title, which does not conform to the use regulations of the use district in which it is located.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.530   Open space.

An area or portion of land, either landscaped or predominantly unimproved, which is used to meet human recreational or spatial needs or to protect the natural environment.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.540   Open space, common.

Open space dedicated or shared in ownership among multiple parties for common use and benefit.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.550   Open space, useable.

Undeveloped or unbuilt portions of land designed and maintained in a manner which makes said open space accessible and usable by and for the persons for whom the space is intended.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.560   Parcel.

A contiguous quantity of land in the possession of, or owned by, or recorded as the property of, the same person.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.570   Parking area.

An open area, other than a street or alley, which contains one or more parking spaces, and the aisles which provide access to such spaces.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.580   Parking space.

An unobstructed space or area other than a street or alley which is permanently reserved and maintained for the parking of one motor vehicle.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.590   Person.

An individual or any group of individuals, acting as a unit, whether or not legally constituted as an association, company, corporation, estate, family, partnership, syndicate, trust or other entity.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.595   Personal and professional service uses.

Personal services include establishments that provide frequent, needed services to individuals such as barbers, beauticians, health clubs, massage parlors, instruction studios, dry-cleaning, shoe repair, tanning salon, space and tailor/seamstress.

Professional services include consulting, real estate sales, accounting, legal services, financial advisors, professional design services, insurance companies and medical and dental offices providing out-patient care.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.600   Premises.

An area of land with its appurtenances and buildings which because of its unity of use may be regarded as the smallest conveyable unit.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.610   Principal use.

The specific and primary purpose for which land or building is occupied, arranged, designed or intended, or for which either land or building is or may be occupied or maintained.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.615   Private club.

A structure or premises housing a fraternal or other membership organization. A club typically has a meeting room or rooms, cooking and dining facilities, and may include recreation and entertainment facilities.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.620   Property line.

A line bounding and indicating the ownership, or intended ownership, of a parcel of land.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.625   Public use/facility.

A use owned, operated and/or maintained by a governmental entity (federal, state, local or special purpose district) that provides services to the public, such as fire stations, police stations, jails, cemeteries, libraries, athletic stadiums, parks and recreation facilities, and K-12 education.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.630   Religious institution.

A building, together with its accessory buildings and uses, which primary use is for persons to regularly assemble for religious purposes and related social events, and which is maintained and controlled by a religious body organized to sustain religious ceremonies and purposes. Other associated activities such as child care, community services, etc., may also occur.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.640   Research and development.

An establishment that conducts research, development, testing, or controlled production of high technology electronic, industrial or scientific products or commodities for sale; or laboratories conducting educational or medical research or testing; includes such industries as bio-technology, pharmaceuticals, medical instrumentation or supplies, communication and information technology, and computer hardware and software.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.645   Resource use.

Mineral extraction and processing, including asphalt or concrete plants and facilities and structures related to such activities; and forestry.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.650   Retail use.

A commercial enterprise that provides goods available for immediate purchase or rental and removal from the premises directly to the consumer; includes both indoor and outdoor product display and storage.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.655   Senior housing.

Multifamily or attached single family housing for seniors that is age-restricted to occupancy or ownership by residents of which at least one in each dwelling unit is sixty-five years or older and that does not provide on-site life-care services and staffing for living support and health care.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.658   Shoreline.

A line determined by the "ordinary high water mark" as defined in the Shoreline Management Act of 1971.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.660   Street, flanking.

A street, alley or right-of-way other than the one on which a corner lot has its main frontage.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.670   Street, major.

A state highway, county road or city thoroughfare designated as a primary or secondary arterial in the transportation element of the comprehensive plan.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.680   Street, minor.

A street or road not designated as a primary or secondary arterial.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.690   Structure.

Anything erected, the use of which has fixed location on or in the ground, or attachment to something having fixed location on the land, including but not limited to buildings, fences, signs and walls.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.700   Use district.

A specific zoned area or district designated on the official zoning map. Such area is subject to all the regulations applicable to the district that are contained in this title.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.710   Utilities.

Facilities, either publicly or privately owned, for the conveyance of power, water, waste and storm water, and communications, whether "above ground" or "below ground" installations.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.715   Variance.

A modification of the regulations because of the unusual nature, shape, exceptional topographic conditions, or extraordinary situation or conditions connected with a specific piece of property, where the literal enforcement of this title would pose undue hardship unnecessary in carrying out the spirit of this title.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.720   Warehousing and distribution uses.

Storage, wholesale, and distribution of manufactured products, supplies, and equipment, excluding bulk storage of materials that are flammable or explosive or that present hazards or characteristics commonly recognized as offensive.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.725   Wholesaling.

An establishment or place of business primarily engaged in selling and/or distributing merchandise to retailers and not the general public; to industrial, commercial, institutional or professional business uses, or to other wholesalers; or acting as agents or brokers and buying merchandise for or selling merchandise to such individuals or companies.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.730   Yard.

An open space unoccupied from the ground to the sky of uniform depth or width which lies between the property line and building line, or between the shoreline and the building line. The inside boundary shall be considered parallel to the nearest property line.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.735   Yard, front.

A yard extending across the full width of the lot from one property line to another and measured as to depth at the least horizontal distance between street line and the required setback applicable to the particular zone district.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.740   Yard, rear.

A yard extending from one property line to another except in the case of corner lots when the rear yard shall extend from the interior side property line to the opposite side yard. A yard is measured as to depth at the least horizontal distance between the rear site line and the required setback applicable to the particular zone district.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.100.745   Yard, side.

A yard extending from the front yard to the rear yard except in the case of corner building sites when the side yard on the flanking street shall extend to the rear property line.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)