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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 26.24 B Two Family Dwelling District

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Chapter 26.24
B Two Family Dwelling District

Sections:

26.24.010 District regulations.
26.24.020 Use regulations.
26.24.025 Conditional uses.
26.24.030 Parking regulations.
26.24.040 Height regulations.
26.24.050 Front yard.
26.24.060 Side yard.
26.24.070 Rear yard.
26.24.080 Density of population.

City Counselor Ops.: 7764, 8518, 9406, 10169, 10197

26.24.010 District regulations.

The regulations set forth in this Chapter or set forth elsewhere in the zoning code when referred to in this Chapter are the district regulations in the "B" Two-Family Dwelling District.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.020 Use regulations.

A building or premises shall be used only for the following purposes:

1. Any use permitted in the "A" Single-Family Dwelling District;

2. Two-family dwellings;

3. Semi-detached two-family dwellings or multiple-family dwellings for not more than four families, which comply with the area and parking regulations of the "C" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, where 40 percent or more of the frontage of a street is occupied by semi-detached two-family or multiple family dwellings;

4. Conversion town houses;

5. Accessory structures and uses customarily incidental to any of the above uses;

6. Temporary buildings for use incident to construction work, which buildings shall be removed upon the completion or abandonment of the construction.
(Ord. 64868 5, 2000: prior: Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8317, 8318

Cases:

Board did not abuse its discretion in allowing hotel usage in two family dwelling zone. Beckmeyer v. Beu, 367 S.W. 2d 9 (1963.)

26.24.025 Conditional uses.

The conditional uses are the same as those in the A single-family district.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.030 Parking regulations.

The parking regulations are the same as those in the A single-family district.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.040 Height regulations.

The height regulations are the same as those in the A single-family dwelling district, except that any church, school, or governmental building may be erected to a height not exceeding eighty-five (85) feet, provided that the side yards are increased in width beyond the area regulations one (1) foot for each three (3) feet of height that the building exceeds thirty-five (35) feet.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.050 Front yard.

The front yard regulations are the same as those in the A single-family dwelling district.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

City Counselor Ops.: 8317

26.24.060 Side yard.

The side yard regulations are the same as those in the A single-family dwelling district; provided, however, that any structure having two (2) or more dwelling units the principal entrance of which opens upon a side yard and does not face an abutting street shall provide on each side of the building a side yard having a width of not less than eight (8) feet.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.070 Rear yard.

The rear yard regulations are the same as those in the A single-family dwelling district.
(Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

26.24.080 Density of population.

A. Single-family dwellings shall have a lot area of not less than four thousand (4,000) square feet, except that lots of record prior to the effective date of Ordinance 45309 may be used for one (1) single-family dwelling provided the yard regulations of this section are complied with. Other dwellings, except as provided in Section 26.24.020.3., shall have a lot area of not less than two thousand five hundred (2,500) square feet for each dwelling unit.

B. Conversion town houses dwellings shall not be required to have minimum lot area.
(Ord. 64868 6, 2000: prior: Ord. 59979 7 (part), 1986.)

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