CHAPTER 1.07
RESIDENTIAL ZONE DISTRICTS


Sections:

1.07.005 Purpose.
1.07.010 Uses.
1.07.015 Lot Regulations.
1.07.020 Public Dedications.
1.07.025 Large Livestock.
1.07.030 Small Livestock.

1.07.005 PURPOSE. 
The purposes of Residential Districts are:

A. RURAL RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, RR-1.
To provide rural residential to promote and preserve in appropriate areas conditions favorable to large-lot family life for single-family occupancy; the keeping of limited numbers of animals and fowl; and reduced requirements for public utilities; this district is intended to be primarily residential uses.  Minimum lot size: one (1) acre, 43,560 square feet.

B. RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, R1-20.
To provide areas for very low density residential neighborhoods for single-family occupancy of essentially spacious and uncrowded character. Minimum lot size: twenty-thousand (20,000) square feet.

C. RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, R1-12.
To provide areas for medium density residential neighborhoods, for single-family occupancy of spacious and uncrowded character. Minimum lot size: twelve-thousand (12,000) square feet.

D. RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS, R1-10.
To provide areas for medium density residential neighborhoods for single-family occupancy. Minimum lot size: R1-10 ten-thousand (10,000) square feet.

E. RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT, R1-8.
To provide areas for medium density residential neighborhoods for single-family occupancy. Minimum lot size: R1-8 eight-thousand (8,000) square feet.

F. RESIDENTIAL MULITPLE DISTRICT, RM-8.
To provide areas for higher residential density with the opportunity for varied housing styles and character for single-family occupancy. Maximum density: eight (8) units per acre for attached housing.

G. RESIDENTIAL MULTIPLE DISTRICT, RM-16.
To provide areas for higher residential density with the opportunity for varied housing styles and character for single-family occupancy Maximum density: sixteen (16) units per acre for attached housing.

1.07.010 USES.
This Section of Chapter 1.07, uses of land or buildings which are allowed in various districts are shown as “P” permitted uses in the appropriate column, or as “C” conditional uses in the appropriate column. If a use is not allowed in a given district, 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.

RESIDENTIAL USES 1 2 3        
Accessory Buildings:PPPPPSee Note 4
Agriculture, Existing:PPPPPPP
Assisted Living Facilities:CC
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Major: CCCCC--
Childcare/Preschool, Residential-Minor: C C C C C C C
Childcare/Preschool:
Christmas Tree Sales:C C -----
Churches/Places of Worship:PPPPPPP
Communication Towers and Antennas:C C C C C C C
Dwellings, Manufactured and Modular: (see note 7)PPPPP--
Dwellings: (see notes 5 & 6) See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title for residential architectural standards.
Education Facilities:CCCCCCC
Flag Pole:PPPPPPP
Home Occupation:
Kennel: C------
Livestock, Large & Small: (see note 9)PP-----
Major:CCCCC--
Minor:CCCCCCC
Mobile Home Park:-------
Multi-Family Attached:-----PP
Multi-Family Stacked:-----PP
Multi-Family Twin Home:-----PP
Nursing Home:-------
Pets: (see note 8)PPPPPPP
Public Facilities:PPPPPPP
Renewable Energy Systems: See Chapter 1.23 Renewable Energy Systems Permit of this Title:CC CCCCC
Residential Facilities for Persons with a Disability:CCCCCPP
Residential Facilities for the Elderly Persons:CCCCCPP
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title:
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title:
See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title:
See Chapter 1.22 Communication Facilities Permit of this Title.
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupation Permit of this Title.
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
See Chapter 1.24 Home Occupations & Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title.
See Chapter 13 of the Revised Ordinance of Tremonton City Corporation for requirements for a Kennel License.
Single-Family:PPPPP--
Swimming Pool:PPPPPPP
Utilities, Neighborhood:PPPPPPP
Utilities, Transmission, Pad, Facility:CCCCCCC
ZONING DISTRICTSRR-1R1-20R1-12R1-10R1-8RM-8RM-16

1 Note: See Chapter 1.25 of this Title – Conditional Uses Permit.
2 Note: See Chapter 1.17 of this Title – Off-Street Parking Regulations.
3 Note: See Chapter 1.18 of this Title – Landscaping, Buffering, and Fencing Regulations.
4 Note: Accessory buildings serving entire complex such as clubhouse, pool house, bowery, etc. are permitted.
5 Note: All dwelling units are for Single-Family occupancy.  See Chapter 1.19 Supplementary Regulations of this Title for Residential Architectural Standards.
6 Note: No dwelling or dwelling unit shall be less than four hundred (400) square feet in living space.
7 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.
8 Note: See Chapter 1.03 of this Title – Definitions.
9 Note: See Section 1.07.025 and 1.07.030 for the type and number of livestock.

1.07.015 LOT REGULATIONS.
This Section of Chapter 1.07 shall apply to all principle structures and accessory structures in residential zones. If a regulation applies in a given district, it is indicated in the appropriate column by a numeral to show the linear or square feet required, or by the letter “A.”

RESIDENTIAL ZONES LOT REGULATIONS ¹ ² 3       
ZONING DISTRICTSRR-1R1-20R1-12