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Chapter 1.16 Overlay Zones2019-12-09T12:39:18-07:00

CHAPTER 1.16
OVERLAY ZONES


Sections:

1.16.005 Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone Purpose.
1.16.010 Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone Uses.
1.16.015 Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone Lot Regulations.
1.16.020 Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone Required Amenities and Specified Timeframe.
1.16.025 Tremont Center Overlay Zone Purpose.
1.16.030 Underlying Zone of the Tremont Center Overlay Zone.
1.16.035 Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone Uses.
1.16.040 Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone Lot Regulations.
1.16.045 Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone Required Design Guidelines.
1.16.050 Tremont Center Sign Standards.
1.16.055 Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicle (RV) Park Purpose.
1.16.060 Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicle (RV) Park Overlay Zone Uses.
1.16.065 Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicle (RV) Park Overlay Zone Site Regulations.
1.16.070 Stokes Warner Sign Overlay Zone.
1.16.075 Edgewood Overlay Zone Purpose.
1.16.080 Edgewood Overlay Zone Uses.
1.16.085 Edgewood Overlay Zone Lot Regulations.
1.16.090 Edgewood Overlay Zone Housing Type Location, Number of Units, and Density.
1.16.095 Edgewood Overlay Zone Required Amenities and Specified Timeframe

1.16.005 SPRING HOLLOW LEGENDS OVERLAY ZONE PURPOSE.
An overlay district is intended to provide different and/or supplemental regulations or standards from the underlying zoning district necessary to address certain geographic features, land uses, or desired outcomes.

1.16.010 SPRING HOLLOW LEGENDS OVERLAY ZONE USES.
The underlying zoning district of the Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone is R-12 and all of the land uses shall remain the same as contained in Title I Chapter 1.07 of the Tremonton City Land Use Code for the R1-12 Zoning District.

1.16.015 SPRING HOLLOW LEGENDS OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS.
This Section shall apply to all principle structures and accessory structures within the Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone.  Whenever there is a conflict between the regulations of the underlying zoning district of R1-12 and the Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone lot regulations, the lot regulations contained in this section shall control.

SPRING HOLLOW LEGENDS OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS 
Spring Hollow Legends
LOT AREA REGULATIONS: The minimum lot area in square feet for any Single-Family Dwelling in districts regulated by this Chapter.6000
MAXIMUM DENSITY: The maximum number of dwelling units per acre.
LOT WIDTH REGULATIONS:60
The minimum width in feet for any lot in the districts regulated by this Chapter.
FRONTAGE REGULATIONS:45
The minimum frontage in feet for any lot in the districts regulated by this Chapter.
Cul-d-Sac:Not Applicable
Flag Lot:Not Applicable
FRONT YARD SET-BACK REGULATION: The minimum depth in feet for the front yard for main structures in districts regulated by this Chapter.20
Structures on corner lots: front yard set-back in which the structure is addressed shall be:20
Other front yard set-back shall be:20
Accessory structures may have the same minimum front yard setback as the main structures if they have the same side yard setback required for main structures; otherwise they shall be setback the following number of feet from the rear of the main structure:No Accessory Structures Allowed
REAR YARD SET-BACK REGULATIONS: The minimum setback in feet for the rear yard in the districts regulated by this Chapter shall be:15
For Accessory Structures and Garages with no rear openings shall be:No Accessory Structures Allowed
Accessory structures located on an alley shall meet all the requirements of this Ordinance. However, structures may have a one (1) foot setback from the alley, provided they have met all side yards and minimum distances from adjacent dwellings:No Accessory Structures Allowed
SIDE YARD SETBACK REGULATIONS: The minimum side yard set back in feet for any dwelling in districts regulated by this Chapter shall be:6
Total width of the two (2) side 12
yards required shall equal:
For Accessory Structures and Garages with no side openings shall be:No Accessory Structures Allowed
CARPORTS. Carports not exceeding six-hundred (600) square feet in area and not more than one (1) story in height, when attached to the main building and constructed of fire rated materials may extend no closer than one (1) foot from the side property line and the carport shall remain open on three (3) sides.No Carports Allowed
HEIGHT REGULATIONS: The maximum height for all buildings in districts regulated by this Chapter shall be in feet:36
Maximum Number of Stories:2 ½
The minimum height of a dwelling in stories above grade:1
The maximum height of an accessory building in feet: No Accessory Structures Allowed

1.16.020 SPRING HOLLOW LEGENDS OVERLAY ZONE REQUIRED AMENITIES AND SPECIFIED TIMEFRAME.
To mitigate the density associated with the Spring Hollow Legends Overlay Zone, the project shall have the following amenities within the specified timeframe:

A.      The common walking trail, landscaping of the common areas and common parking lot shall be constructed and completed prior to issuing any Building Permit as shown on Map1.08.

B.      The developer shall on or within one (1) year after the first home has been constructed, construct and   complete the Club House as shown on Map1.08.

C.      The remaining hard surface common recreation improvements (tennis court, basketball and pickle ball courts) as shown on Map1.08 shall be constructed and completed after fifteen (15) building lots are sold or thirty-six (36) months from the date the final plat is recorded with the Box Elder County Recorder.

D.      Perimeter fencing around the subdivision shall be completed after fifteen (15) building lots are sold or thirty-six (36) months from the date the final plat is recorded with the Box Elder County Recorder.

E.      Front yard and side yard landscaping shall be completed at time of occupancy except during the winter season.

F.      The Tremonton City Council shall be authorized to substitute any of the aforementioned required amenity for another amenity through a negotiated development agreement with the developer.

1.16.025 TREMONT CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE PURPOSE.
The purpose of the Tremont Center Overlay Zone is to provide an area for higher density, larger building, with a variety of retail, office, entertainment and multi-family residential uses.

1.16.030 UNDERLYING ZONE OF THE TREMONT CENTER OVERLAY ZONE. 
The underlying zoning district of the Tremont Center Overlay Zone is the Mixed Use Zone as contained in Title I Chapters 1.08 and 1.09 of the Tremonton City Land Use Code for Commercial Development Zone District and  Mixed Use Zone District.

1.16.035 TREMONT CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE USES.
This Section shall apply to land uses within the Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone.  Whenever there is a conflict between the land uses of the underlying zoning district of Mixed Use and the Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone uses, the use regulations contained in this section shall control.  Uses of land or buildings which are permitted in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone are shown as a “P” for “permitted uses” in the appropriate column, or a “C” for “conditional uses” in the appropriate column.  If a use is not permitted it is either not named in the uses list or it is indicated in the appropriate column by a dash ″-″ as “not permitted” or not applicable or is stated as such.

TREMONT CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE USES 1 2 3TC-MU
Art Shop and/or Supply:P
Automobile Sales and ServiceP
Bed and Breakfast:-
Bank/Credit Union/Financial:P
Barber/Beauty Shop/Tanning/Nails:P
Book Store:P
Candy Store:P
Church/Place of Worship:-
Clothing/Apparel/Footwear Store:P
Communication Towers and Antennas:-
See Chapter 1.22 Communication Facilities Permit of this Title.
Convenience Store:-
Craft and Hobby Store:P
Dance Studio/Instruction:P
Daycare/Preschool:
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Minor: C
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Major: C
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Child Care/Preschool, Commercial:C
Department Stores: Clothing, home furnishings, appliances, electronics. P
Dry Cleaning: (Dry Cleaning Drop Off Facility is Permitted)-
Dwellings: 4
Single-Family:-
Multi-Family Twin Home:-
Multi-Family Attached:P
Multi-Family Stacked:P
Accessory Dwelling Unit:P
(In which principal use of the building is commercial)
Manufactured and Modular Housing: 5-
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Educational:C
Existing Agriculture Uses:P
Fitness/Health Center:P
Flag Pole: P
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Florist Shop/Nursery:P
Fuel Center, Automobile:P
Fruit Stand:P
Green House:P
Grocery Store:P
Home Occupation:
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupation Permit of this Title:
Minor:C
Major:C
Hotel/Motel:C
When Hotel/Motel is configured like a Multi-Family Stacked Dwelling, See Definition of Dwelling Multi-Family Stacked:
Pets:P
Ice Cream Shop:P
Locksmith/Lock and Key:P
Laundry, Self Help:P
Medical and Dental Clinic:P
Movie Theaters:P
Neighborhood Grocery: P
Neighborhood Pharmacy:P
Office, Business or Professional:P
Office and Beauty Supply, Retail:P
Outdoor Retail Sales: P
Pet Shop:P
Public Facilities:P
Public/Quasi-Public Use:C
Reception Center:C
Residential Facilities for Elderly Persons:-
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Residential Facilities for Persons with a Disability:-
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
Restaurant/Fast Food:C
Retail, Big- Box Store:P
Retail, General: Dollar Stores, Retail Auto Parts, and similar usesP
When square footage is limited to 75,000 square feet, see also definition in Chapter 3, for Retail, Big Box Store
Shoe Store/Repair:P
Renewable Energy Systems:
Small Wind Energy System. See Chapter 1.23 Renewable Energy Systems Permit of this Title.-
Solar Energy System, by conditional use permit. See Chapter 1.23 of this Title.C
Sporting Goods, Retail:P
Utilities, Neighborhood:P
Utilities, Transmission, Pad, Facility:C

1 Note: See Chapter 1.25 of this Title, Conditional Use Permit.
2 Note: See Chapter 1.26 of this Title, Site Plan Permit for uses that are Commercial, Institutional, and all Multi-Family Dwellings.
3 Note: See Chapter 1.27 of this Title, Sign Permit.
4 Note:  No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be less than four hundred (400) square feet in living space. All dwelling units are for Single-Family occupancy.  See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title for Residential Architectural Standards.
5 Note: Applicant shall also insure that the there are no restrictive covenants that exclude Manufacturing and Modular Housing as required by Utah Code Annotated 10-9a-514. See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title for Residential Architectural Standards

1.16.040 TREMONT CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS.
This Section shall apply to all structures and accessory structures in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone.  Whenever there is a conflict between the regulations of the underlying zoning district of Mix Use Zone District and the Tremont Center Overlay Zone lot regulations, the lot regulations contained in this section shall control.

TOWN CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS 1 2TC-MU
LOT AREA REGULATIONS: Minimum Lot Area in square feet in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone:Note 3
Multi-Family Stacked:
Professional/Business Office:
Retail and Other:
LOT WIDTH REGULATIONS: Minimum Width in feet for any lot in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone. Note 4
Multi-Family Stacked
Professional/Business Office:
Retail:
Hotel/Motel/Other:
FRONTAGE REGULATIONS: Minimum Frontage in feet for any lot in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone. Except as modified by a Site Plan approval. (Cul-d-sac, flag lot, irregular shaped lots, etc.)Note 4
FRONT YARD SET-BACK REGULATION: Minimum set-back in feet for the Front Yard for structures in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone.
Residential Note 5
CommercialNote 5
Corner Lots from both streets:Note 5
REAR YARD SET-BACK REGULATIONS: Minimum set-back in feet for the Rear Yard in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone.
Residential20
CommercialNote 5
For Residential accessory structures with no rear openings:10
All other accessory structures:10
SIDE YARD REGULATIONS: Minimum Side Yard set back in feet for structures in the Tremont Center Mixed Use Zone.
Residential:Note 5
Professional/Business Office:Note 5
Retail:Note 5
All Others:10
For Residential Accessory structures with no side openings:-
All other Accessory structures:10
HEIGHT REGULATIONS: Maximum Height for all buildings shall be, in feet:
Main/Primary structure:Note 6
Accessory structure:20
Maximum number of stories in a Main/Primary structure:3

1 Note: See Chapter 1.17 of this Title Off-Street Parking Regulations.
2 Note: See Chapter 1.18 of this Title Landscaping, Buffering, and Fencing Regulations.
3 Note: Minimum Lot Area: There shall be no minimum lot area in TC-MU zone, except as established with a site plan   approval.
4 Note: Minimum Lot Width and Frontage: There shall be no minimum lot width or frontage required in the TC-MU zone except as established with a site plan approval. Each lot or parcel in TC-MU zone must front on or have legal access to a public street.
5 Note: Front, Rear and Side yard setbacks shall be established and approved through the Site Plan approval process.
6 Note: Maximum Building Height; Building Height shall be established and approved through a Site Plan approval but in no case shall the building height exceed three (3) stories.

1.16.045 TREMONT CENTER MIXED USE OVERLAY ZONE REQUIRED DESIGN GUIDELINES.  To mitigate the density associated with the Tremont Center Overlay Zone, the project shall have the following design elements:

A. A minimum of sixty (60) percent of the frontage on Main Street shall consist of by buildings facades.  The facades along Main Street shall be between one and a half and two stores tall, with two story elements marking main entry drives(s) into the site.  The facades should further be articulated with multiple sections using changes of plane, materials, colors or cornice heights. All these facades shall have a generous amount of windows. Facades shall be approved through the Site Plan approval process.

B. The site area between street curb and parking area shall be designed for pedestrian use. The development shall limit the amount of parking and sponsor sidewalks, street lighting, and landscaping outdoor seating and entry plaza between property line and building line.  Parking, pedestrian uses and amenities shall be approved through the Site Plan approval process.

C.   Roadway interior to the site shall be designed and constructed to resemble public streets with sidewalks, street lighting and street trees. Parking shall be consolidated into small lots as much as possible and separated from roadways. Roadway interior to the site and configuration of parking areas shall be approved through the Site Plan approval process.

1.16.050 TREMONT CENTER SIGN STANDARDS.

This Section shall apply to signs within the Tremont Center Mixed Use Overlay Zone.  Whenever there is a conflict between the sign standards in Chapter 1.27 and the Sign Standards herein, standards in this section shall control.

Due to the size of Tremont Center being approximately thirty-seven (37) acres and having a frontage along Main Street of 1,235 feet, the Tremont Center is allowed a total of three (3) Multi-Tenant Signs along its Main Street frontage, being either Multi-Tenant On Premise Pole Sign or Multi-Tenant On Premise Monument Signs, of which only one (1) of these signs may have an electronic message display.  The aforementioned signs shall be in conformance with the standards in the table below.

SIGN TYPESSIGN STANDARDS
Multi-Tenant On Premise Pole Sign:
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:300
Maximum Sign Area if a Gateway Sign is incorporated into the sign:360
Maximum Sign Height:36’
Number of Signs:1.16.050 A.
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
Multi-Tenant On Premise Monument Signs:
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:200
Maximum Sign Area if a Gateway Sign is incorporated into the sign:250
Maximum Sign Height:15’
Number of Signs:1.16.050 A.
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
Wall Signs
Areas of sign not to exceed twenty (20) percent of total wall face area in square feet:P
Number of Signs per Building or Space:Note 7
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
Monument Signs:
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:Note 7
Maximum Sign Height:Note 7
Number of Signs:1
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P

7 Note: Wall Signs, Awnings, Temporary, and other signs not listed in Section 1.16.050 shall comply with the Sign Standards in Chapter 1.27.

1.16.055 ASPEN GROVE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RV) PARK PURPOSE. An overlay district is intended to provide different and/or supplemental regulations or standards from the underlying zoning district necessary to address certain geographic features, land uses, or desired outcomes.

1.16.060 ASPEN GROVE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RV) PARK OVERLAY ZONE USES. This Section shall apply to land uses within the Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicles (RV) Park Overlay Zone. Whenever there is a conflict between the land uses of the underlying zoning district of RM-8 and the Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicles (RV) Park Overlay Zone uses, the use regulations contained in this section shall control. Uses of land or buildings which are permitted in the Aspen Grove Recreational Vehicles (RV) Park Overlay Zone are shown as a “P” for “permitted uses” in the appropriate column, or a “C” for “conditional uses” in the appropriate column. If a use is not permitted it is either not named in the uses list or it is indicated in the appropriate column by a dash ″-″ as “not permitted” or not applicable or is stated as such.

ASPEN GROVE RV PARK OVERLAY ZONE USESAG-RVP
Temporary Parking and overnight use of RV's in designated parking areas:P
General RV Park OfficeP
Retail RV Park Convenience Store:P
RV Park Clubhouse, Swimming Pools, Recreational Amenities:P
Book Store:P

1.16.065 ASPEN GROVE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RV) PARK OVERLAY ZONE SITE REGULATIONS. The Aspen Grove RV Park Overlay Zone shall be governed and comply with the Recreational Vehicle Park Regulations contained in Chapter 1.19 of the Supplementary Regulations.

1.16.070 STOKES WARNER SIGN STANDARDS. This Section shall apply to signs within the Stokes Warner Development, zoned Manufacturing Distribution (MD). Whenever there is a conflict between the sign standards in Chapter 1.27 and the Sign Standards herein, standards in this section shall control.

SIGN TYPESSIGN STANDARDS
On Premise Pole Sign
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:350
Maximum Sign Height:75'
Number of Signs:1
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
Multi-Tenant on Premise Pole Sign:
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:300
Maximum Sign Height:36'
Number of Signs:1
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
On Premise Monument Signs:
Maximum Sign Area in Square Feet:36'
Maximum Sign Height:15'
Number of Signs:3
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P
Wall Signs:
Areas of sign(s) not to exceed ten (10) percent of total wall face area in square feet:P
Direct or Indirect Illumination:P

1.16.075 EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE PURPOSE. An overlay district is intended to provide different and/or supplemental regulations or standards from the underlying zoning district necessary to address certain geographic features, land uses, or desired outcomes.  The purpose of the Edgewood Overlay Zone is to provide area for a variety of housing types allowed within the Mix Use (MU) Zone District, while prohibiting low impact commercial uses such as stores or shops that are also allowed in the underlying zoning district of Mixed Use (MU) Zone District.

1.16.080 EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE USES. The underlying zoning district of the Edgewood Overlay Zone is Mixed Use Zone District. Whenever there is a conflict between the regulations of the underlying zoning district of Mixed Use Zone District as contained in Title I Chapter 1.09 of the Tremonton City Land Use Code and the Edgewood Overlay Zone uses, this section shall control.

Uses of land or buildings which are permitted in the Edgewood Overlay Zone are shown as a “P” for “permitted uses” in the appropriate column, or a “C” for “conditional uses” in the appropriate column. If a use is not permitted it is either not named in the uses list or is is indicated in the appropriate column by a dash “-” as “not permitted” or not applicable or is stated as such.

Commercial uses that are allowed in the underlying Mixed Use (MU) Zone District are prohibited as a permitted or conditional use within the Edgewood Overlay Zone.

EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE USES
Art Shop and/or Supply-
Assisted Living FacilitiesC
Bed and Breakfast-
Bank/Credit Union/Financial:-
Barber/Beauty Shop/Tanning/Nails:-
Book Store:-
Candy Store:-
Church/Place of Worship:P
Clothing Store:-
Communication Towers and Antennas: See Chapter 1.22 Communication Facilities Permit of this Title.-
Convenience Store:-
Craft Store:-
Dance Studio/Instruction:-
Daycare/Preschool:
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Minor: See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title:C
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Major: See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.-
Child Care/Preschool, Commerical-
Drive-up Window/Drive-Through: See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.-
Dry Cleaning:-
Dwellings: 1
Single-Family:P
Multi-Family Twin Home:P
Multi-Family Attached:P
Multi-Family Stacked-
Accessory Dwelling Unit: (In which principal use of the building is commercial)-
Manufactured and Modular Housing: See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.P
Educational:C
Existing Agriculture Uses:P
Fitness Center:-
Flag Pole: See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.P
Florist Shop/Nursery-
Fruit Stand:-
Green House:-
Home Occupation: See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupation Permit of this Title.
Minor:C
Major:-
Hotel/Motel-
Household Pets:P
Ice Cream Shop:-
Locksmith/Lock and Key:-
Laundry, Self Help:-
Medical and Dental Clinic:-
Neighborhood Grocery:-
Neighborhood Pharmacy:-
Office, Business or Professional:-
Pet Shop:-
Public Facilities:P
Public/Quasi-Public Use:C
Reception Center:-
Residential Facilities for Elderly Persons: See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.P
Residential Facilities for Persons with a Disability: See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.P
Restaurant/Fast Food:-
Shoe Store/Repair:-
Renewable Energy Systems: Small Wind Energy System. See Chapter 1.23 Renewable Energy Systems Permit of this Title. *Solar Energy System, by conditional use permit. See Chapter 1.23 of this Title.-
Sporting Goods, Retail:-
Utilities, Neighborhood:P
Utilities, Transmission, Pad, Facility:C
Art Shop and/or Supply-

¹Note: No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be less than nine hundred (900) square feet in living space. All dwelling units are for Single-Family occupancy. See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title for Residential Architectural Standards.

1.16.085 EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS. This Section shall apply to all principle structures and accessory structures within the Edgewood Overlay Zone.

EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS 
LOT AREA REGULATIONS: Minimum Lot Area in square feet in the Edgewood Overlay Zone:
Single-Family:6,000
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
Mult-Family Stacked.Note 1
LOT WIDTH REGULATIONS: Minimum Width in feet for any lot in the Edgewood Overlay Zone.
Single-Family:Note 1
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
Multi-Family Stacked:Note 1
FRONTAGE REGULATIONS: Minimum Frontage in feet for any lot in the Edgewood Overlay Zone. Except as modified by a Site Plan approval. (Cul-d-sac, flag lot, irregular shaped lots, etc.)45
FRONT YARD SET-BACK REGULATION: Minimum set back in feet for the Front Yard for structures in the Edgewood Overlay Zone.20
Corner Lots from both streets:20
REAR YARD SET-BACK REGULATIONS: Minimum set back in feet for the Rear Yard in an Edgewood Overlay Zone.15
For Residential accessory structures with no rear openings:3
All other accessory structures:10
SIDE YARD REGULATIONS: Minimum Side Yard setback in feet for structures in an Edgewood Overlay Zone.
Single-Family: 38
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
For Residential Accessory structures with no side openings:3
All other Accessory structures:10
HEIGHT REGULATIONS: Maximum Height for all buildings shall be, in feet:
Main/Primary structure:36
Accessory structure:20
Maximum number of stories in a Main/Primary structure:2
PORT-COCHERE'S, PORTICO'S AND SIMILAR STRUCTURES:Note 2

¹ Note: Lot Regulation based on lot configuration and placement of structures on property as approved through the Site Plan approval process.
²Note: Porte-Cochere’s, Portico’s and similar structures not more than one (1) story when attached to the main building and remains open on three (3) sides may extend into the required building setback as approved through the Site Plan approval process.
³ Note: The Building Official is authorized to reduce setbacks to 6 feet for the side yard for Single-Family homes based upon ensuring proper drainage occurs between the adjoining lots.

1.16.090 EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE HOUSING TYPE LOCATION AND DENSITY. The general housing type location associated with the Edgewood Overlay Zone is shown on Map 1.09. The boundaries of the housing types shown on Map 1.09 may be expanded or contracted based upon the decision of the developer/builder, but the developer is required to develop single-family lots not less than 8,000 square feet adjacent to the existing boundaries of Archibald Estates subdivision and no lots less than 6,000 square feet adjacent to eastern boundary of the Edgewood Overlay Zone. The maximum density of the Edgewood Overlay Zone is seven (7) dwelling units per acre.

1.16.095 EDGEWOOD OVERLAY ZONE REQUIRED AMENITIES AND SPECIFIED TIMEFRAME. To mitigate the density associated with the Edgewood Overlay Zone, the project shall have the following amenities within the specified timeframe:

A. Active Adult Community. That a pickle ball court be construct in the active adult community prior to issuance of the last active adult building permit.

B. Townhouse Amenities. That the townhouse playground, pergola, picnic and barbeque grill area be constructed prior to the last issuance of the townhome building permit.

C. Variety of Building Elevations for Townhomes. That there be no less than five (5) different building elevations for the townhome project and that there are no two (2) identical building elevations that are adjacent to each other.

D. Landscaping. That the developer/builder landscape each building lot, active adult community, and townhome community within Edgewood Overlay Zone to generally coincide with the completion of the home and the issuance of a certificate of occupancy. During months of inclement weather, the developer/builder shall complete the landscaping within 6 months of receiving a certificate of occupancy. Landscaping will include but is not limited lawn, irrigation systems to be compatible with secondary water, flower beds, shrubs, trees, etc. and shall be installed in the front-yard, side-yards, and back-yards. The developer/builder shall install street trees in the park strip with an irrigation source and backyards shall be fenced for single family detached housing.

1.16.100 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE PURPOSE. An overlay district is intended to provide different and/or supplemental regulations or standards from the underlying zoning district necessary to address certain geographic features, land uses, or desired outcomes.

The purpose of the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone is to reduces the maximum number of dwelling units per acre from sixteen (16), as allowed within the underlying zoning district of Residential Multiple District, RM-16 to a maximum dwelling units of ten (10) per acre within the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone.

1.16.105 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE USES. The underlying zoning district of the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone is Residential Multiple District, RM-16 Zone District and all of the land uses shall remain the same as contained in Title I Chapter 1.07 of the Tremonton City Land Use Code for the RM-16 Zoning District.

1.16.110 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS. This Section shall apply to all principle structures and accessory structures within the Edgewood Overlay Zone.

ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS 
LOT AREA REGULATIONS: Minimum Lot Area in square feet in the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zones:
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
Multi-Family Stacked:Note 1
LOT WIDTH REGULATIONS: Minimum Width in feet for any lot in the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone.
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
Multi-Family Stacked:Note 1
FRONTAGE REGULATIONS: Minimum Frontage in feet for any lot in the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone. Except as modified by a Site Plan approval. (Cul-d-sac, flag lot, irregular shaped lots, etc.)45
FRONT YARD SET-BACK REGULATION: Minimum set back in feet for the Front Yard for structures in the Edgewood Overlay Zone.20
Corner Lots from both streets:20
REAR YARD SET-BACK REGULATIONS: Minimum set back in feet for the Rear Yard in Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone.20
SIDE YARD REGULATIONS: Minimum Side Yard setback in feet for structures in Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone.
Multi-Family Twin Home:Note 1
Multi-Family Attached:Note 1
Multi-Family Stacked:Note 1
HEIGHT REGULATIONS2: Maximum Height for all buildings shall be, in feet:
Main/Primary structure:36
Accessory structure:36
Maximum number of stories in a Main/Primary structure:2
PORT-COCHERE’S, PORTICO’S AND SIMILAR STRUCTURES:Note 3

1 Note: Lot Regulation based on lot configuration and placement of structures on property as approved through the Site Plan approval process.
2 Note: Exceptions to Height Regulations. Roof structures for the housing of elevators, stairways, tanks, ventilating fans or similar equipment required to operate and maintain the building, and fire or parapet walls, skylights, towers, steeples, flag poles, chimneys, smokestacks, water tanks, wireless or television masts, theater lofts, silos, or similar structures may be erected above the height limit herein prescribed, but no space above the height limit for residential purposes shall be allowed for purposes of providing additional floor space, nor shall such increased height be in violation of any other Ordinance or regulation of Tremonton City. Public Buildings, Utility Buildings, and Multi-Family Dwellings when authorized in a district, may be erected to a height greater than the district height limit by Site Plan approval.
3 Note: Porte-Cochére’s, Portico’s and similar structures not more than one (1) story when attached to the main building and remains open on three (3) sides may extend into the required building setback as approved through the Site Plan approval process.

1.16.115 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE HOUSING TYPE MATERIALS. All building structures shall be constructed out of masonry materials including but not limited to stone, stucco, cement board, etc.

1.16.120 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE HOUSING TYPE LOCATION, NUMBER OF UNITS, AND DENSITY. The housing type location, number of units, and density associated with the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone, the project shall be in accordance with Map 1.10 Aspen Ridges Overlay Housing Type Location and Density. The maximum density of the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone is ten (10) dwelling units per acre.

1.16.125 ASPEN RIDGES OVERLAY ZONE REQUIRED AMENITIES AND SPECIFIED TIMEFRAME. To mitigate the density associated with the Aspen Ridges Overlay Zone, the project shall have the amenities noted herein. These amenities shall commence upon seventy-five (75) percent of the units being completed within the project. The completion of the amenities shall occur before the ninety (90) percent of the units being completed within the project.

A. Swimming Pool & Spa. A large swimming pool with built in splash pad along with an oversized custom in ground Jacuzzi.

B. Clubhouse. A clubhouse that features thirty (30) seat community movie theater; large great room with vaulted ceilings; and a community banquet area with kitchenette.

C. Fitness Center. Fitness center with commercial grade cardio machines, fitness equipment, surround sound system and satellite TV.

D. Playground & Pavilion. Large playground with artificial turf and oversized pavilion with numerous picnic tables.

1.16.130 1000 NORTH CORRIDOR PRESERVATION OVERLAY ZONE PURPOSE. An overlay district is intended to provide different and/or supplemental regulations or standards from the underlying zoning district necessary to address certain geographic features, land uses, or desired outcomes.

Due to the topography of the area the expansion of 1000 North Street will require cuts and fills necessary to support the expanded travel lanes and curb gutter and sidewalks. The purpose of the fill slope easements is to ensure that these fill slopes can legally exist on private property and remain undisturbed by property owners. Additionally, expanded setbacks are necessary to ensure that the future construction of structures along 1000 North are not unduly encroach upon with the expansion of 1000 North Street.

1.16.135 1000 NORTH CORRIDOR PRESERVATION OVERLAY ZONE ESTABLISHMENT. The Tremonton City Engineer has performed preliminary engineering for the proposes of determining the boundaries of the 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone and the future fill slopes necessary to construct the expansion of 1000 North Street. The 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone is hereby established and the boundaries of this overlay district are shown on Map 1.11.

1.16.140 1000 NORTH CORRIDOR PRESERVATION OVERLAY ZONE USES. The 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone spans several underlying zoning districts. The underlying zoning district of the 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone for a particular property shall be determined by locating the current zoning of a property by using the Map 1.01 Tremonton City Zoning Map. All of the land uses shall remain the same as contained within the underlying zoning district of the respective property.

1.16.145 1000 NORTH CORRIDOR PRESERVATION OVERLAY ZONE CUT AND/OR FILL SLOPE EASEMENTS. The dedication of slope fill easements to Tremonton City is required along all frontages of property developed on 1000 North between 2300 West to Interstate 84 as a condition of receiving site plan permit, subdivision permit, or a building permit. Tremonton City shall provide the legal description for the fill slope easement along with a plot of the easement. As a condition of receiving a site plan permit, subdivision permit, or a building permit the property owner shall sign the approved fill slope easement contained in Ordinance No. 19-15 which shall be recorded in the Box Elder Recorders Office

1.16.150 1000 NORTH CORRIDOR PRESERVATION OVERLAY ZONE LOT REGULATIONS. This Section shall apply to all principle structures and accessory structures within the 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone. The Front Yard Setback along 1000 North Street between 2300 West and Interstate 84 with the 1000 North Corridor Preservation Overlay Zone shall be a minimum of fifty (50) feet, unless otherwise reduced by the written approval of the City Engineer.

REV 14.03
REV 14.23
REV 15.07
REV 15.10
REV 17.10
REV 18.04
ORD 19-12
ORD 19-13
ORD 19-15