Chapter 18.64 RA-2 Residential-Agricultural Zone
Section 18.64.050 Setbacks.
In the RA-2 zone, the following setback requirements are applicable:
A. Front Setback. All buildings and structures
shall be set back at least thirty from the front
property line with the exception that attached front yard alfresco porches shall be allowed to
protrude up to ten feet into the front yard setback space.
B. Side Setback. All dwellings shall be set back
a minimum of ten feet from each side
property line, except on corner lots. On corner lots, the side setback from any street shall not be
less than thirty feet for main buildings;
C. Rear Setback. For interior lots, all dwellings
and other main buildings shall be set back
from the rear property line a distance of at least thirty feet. For corner lots, all dwellings
other main buildings shall be set back from the rear property line a distance of at least thirty feet,
except that for dwellings having an attached garage or carport, the setback shall not be less than
D. Accessary Building Setbacks.
1. Front Setback. No accessory
buildings shall be placed or constructed within the area
defined as front yard.
2. Side Setback. Accessory buildings
shall be setback not less than three feet from the side
property line, except that no side setback shall be required if the accessory building meets the fire
resistive requirements as set forth in the current Uniform Building Code. On corner lots, the
setback from the side street shall not be less than 45 feet from the street property line.
3. Rear Setback. Accessory buildings
shall be setback not less than three feet from the rear
property line, except that no rear setback shall be required if the accessory building meets the fire
resistive requirements as set forth in the current Uniform Building Code.
4. Separation from other Structures.
Accessory buildings shall be a minimum of twelve
feet from any dwelling or other main buildings, and not less than eight feet from any other
building. The separation applies to structures on this or any adjacent property, except if the
accessory building is located in the rear yard and the "other building" is in a separate yard,
the accessory building may be placed within three feet of the property line.
5. Accessory Building over Easements.
Accessory buildings may be constructed over
utility easements provided that all applicable public utility companies have in writing released
the easement for such a purpose. These releases must accompany the building permit application.
6. Accessory Buildings in Side
Yards. Accessory buildings other than garages may not be
placed in a side yard unless approved by the Board of Adjustment which consent may be given
after notice has been given to the adjoining property owner and the Board has determined that the
same will ot adversely affect the market value of the adjoining lot and will not be materially
detrimental to the aesthetics of the neighborhood. The Board of Adjustment may attach such
conditions to its consent as is deemed appropriate to preserve the market and aesthetic value.
7. Provisions for Roof Drainage.
No roof eave shall extend over any property line and any
roof that drains toward the adjoining property shall be set back at least three feet from th
(Ord. 2001-08, 2001; Ord. 2000-01, 2000; Ord. 98-18, 1998; Ord. 98-03, 1998; Ord. 90-11, 1990;
Ord. 199 §02.0960.05, 1973)
(2001-08, Amended, 06/07/2001, Prior Text; 2000-01, Amended, 01/12/2000, Prior Text; 98-18, Amended, 11/05/1998, Prior Text)