Ord. 20659 (ADUs)
City of Eugene
2021 No. 20645 -
Ord. 20659 (ADUs)
9/20/2021 11:45:08 AM
9/20/2021 11:44:58 AM
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Table 9.2750 Residential Zone Development Standards <br />(See EC 9.2751 Special Development Standards for Table 9.2750.) <br />R-1R-1.5R-2R-3R-4 <br />Maximum Building Height (2), (3), (4), (5), (16), (17), (18) <br />Accessory DwellingSee (17)--See (17)See (17)See (17) <br />Minimum Building Setbacks (2), (4), (6), (9), (10), (11), (16), (17), (18) <br />Interior Yard Setback for See (17)--See (17)See (17)See (17) <br />Accessory Dwellings <br />Maximum Lot Coverage (17), (18) <br />Lots with Accessory Dwellings See -------- <br />(Area-Specific)(17)(c) <br />Accessory Dwellings (17) <br />General Standards See --See See See <br />(17)(a) (17)(a) (17)(a) (17)(a) <br />and (b) and (b) and (b) and (b) <br />Area-SpecificSee -------- <br />(17)(c) <br />Section 8. Figure 9.2751(16)(b)3. is amended as shown in Exhibit A attached to this <br />Ordinance; Figure 9.2751(17)(a)2.b.(2)(A), Figure 9.2751(17)(a)2.b.(2)(B) and Figure <br />9.2751(17)(a)2.c.(2), attached to this Ordinance at Exhibit A, are added; and Subsections (1), <br />(17) and (18) of Section 9.2751 of the Eugene Code, 1971, are amended to provide as follows: <br />9.2751 Special Development Standards for Table 9.2750. <br />(1) Density. <br />(a) The minimum residential density requirements set forth in Table 9.2750 <br />do not apply to: <br /> 1. Accessory dwellings; <br />2. Lots zoned R-2 that are less than a half-acre (21,780 square feet) <br />and that were created before August 24, 2017; <br />3. Lots or development sites in the R-3 or R-4 zones that are <br />developed and are 13,500 square feet or less in size; <br />4. Lots within a /# overlay zone as described in EC 9.4050 to EC <br />9.4065; or <br />5. Dwellings exclusively for low income individuals and/or families <br />where all units are subsidized. For this purpose, low income <br />means having income at or below 80 percent of the area median <br />income as defined by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban <br />Development. For these types of dwellings the minimum density is <br />10 units per net acre. <br />(Refer to Table 9.2750 Residential Zone Development Standards for the <br />required net area per dwelling unit.) <br />(b) The maximum residential density requirements set forth in Table 9.2750 <br />do not apply to accessory dwellings. <br />(c) For purposes of this section, "net density" is the number of dwelling units <br />per acre of land in actual residential use and reserved for the exclusive <br />use of the residents in the development, such as common open space or <br />Ordinance - Page 3 of 25 <br /> <br />
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