City of Mission, KS
Johnson County
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[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.01, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.010), 9-24-2003]
For all buildings or structures hereafter erected, constructed, reconstructed, moved or altered, off-street parking in the form of garages or areas made available exclusively for parking or loading/unloading purposes shall be provided. Such parking spaces shall be located entirely on private property with no portion except the necessary drives extending into any street or other public way. Parking shall be provided in quantities stated in the various zoning district regulations except that certain occupancies which may have unusual parking needs are separately listed below.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.02, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.020), 9-24-2003; Ord. No. 1142 §15, 12-8-2004]
For the following uses, off-street parking spaces shall be provided as indicated:
Use Categories
Specific Uses
Vehicle Spaces
Group living
Nursing homes; assisted living facility; treatment facility; small group and large group living facilities
1 per 3 beds + 1 per each 2 employees + 1 per visiting doctor
Household living
Business residence
1 per residence + business parking
Bed and breakfast
1 per guest room + 2 for owner's portion
Single-family and duplex
2 per dwelling unit
2 per unit
College, vocational/technical schools
1 per 2 students
Community services
Community center
As determined by the Public Works Department
Day care
1.5 per employee + drop-off/pickup area
1 per 3 beds + 1 per employee
Veterinary hospital
1 per 300 square feet of floor area
Parks and open area
1 space (10'x30') campsite + 1 space (10'x30')/6 camp sites for additional RVs + 4 space/laundry and shower facility
All other
20 spaces per athletic field or ball diamond or 1 per 4 seats whichever results in more spaces
Religious assembly
1 per 3 seats (one seat = 18")
Safety service
Fire or Police station; emergency response service
1 per employee + 1 per each 3 volunteer personnel on normal shift + 1 per 200 square feet usable office space
Elementary and Junior Highs
2 per classroom
High Schools
1 per 2 students
Schools of private instruction
1 space/200 square feet
General offices, governmental offices, offices where services are rendered to the public
2.84 per 1,000 square feet
Recreation and entertainment, outdoor
Assembly/auditorium (bed and breakfast inn reception area)
1 per 3 seats
Recreation and entertainment, indoor
Amusement center
1 per game table, video game, amusement device
Bowling alley
4 per lane
1 per 3 persons
Health club/fitness center
1 per 3 patrons
Drive-through uses
Bank, drive-through facility
6 or more spaces/window for vehicle stacking room in addition to required bank parking (see "Retail sales and service")
Drive-in cleaners; drive-in liquor
3 spaces/window
Fuel: Full-service w/repair/service facility; full service no repair/service facility; self-service
Minimum 4 spaces/service position + 1 space/employee on large shift for full-service with repair + 1 space/50 square feet usable floor area in building
Restaurant, drive-in, no indoor seating
5 per service employee + 1 per employee on maximum shift
Restaurant, fast-food with drive-in facilities
1 space/4 seats, 10 spaces/window
Retail sales and service
1 per 2 persons + 1 per employee
Banks (branch and drive-in)
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Convenience store
1 per 200 square feet of display area
Hotels/motels; bed and breakfast inns
1 per 2 employees and 1 per room (e.g. restaurants, bars, office, meeting areas)
1 per 3 seats
Shopping centers
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
1 per 3 seats
Vehicle sales, new and used, including recreational vehicles/boats
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Other retail sales, high volume, stand-alone (e.g., supermarkets, clothing and department stores, shopping complexes, hardware building supplies, bookstores, big box stores and similar uses)
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Other retail sales/services, low volume, stand-alone (e.g., appliance and sales, repair shops, nurseries, greenhouses and similar uses
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
2 per 1,000 square feet
Bulk or tank stations
2 per 1,000 square feet
Vehicle repair
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Vehicle service, limited
Car wash, self-service
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Car wash, full-service
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Service stations; oil, lube, muffler service
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Other limited vehicle service
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Tire, batteries, accessory retailers
3.5 per 1,000 square feet
Manufacturing and production
2 per 1,000 square feet
Warehouse and freight movement
2 per 1,000 square feet
2 per 1,000 square feet
Maximum grade level parking allowed per use shall be one hundred fifty percent (150%) of the minimum parking required for such use.
Any new parking facility with a capacity over two hundred (200) spaces shall accommodate no more than sixty percent (60%) of the total parking at grade level.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.03, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.030), 9-24-2003]
Any use not included in the parking requirements in this Title shall be assigned a parking requirement by the Planning Commission.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.04, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.040), 9-24-2003]
Parking stall dimensions shall not be less than nine (9) feet wide (measured perpendicular) with the necessary space for maneuvering into and out of the space. For standard parking lots, minimum cross dimension shall be as follows:
Ninety degree (90°) pattern single loaded aisle. Forty-two (42) foot wheel stop to opposite curb.
Ninety degree (90°) pattern double loaded aisle. Sixty (60) foot wheel stop to wheel stop.
Sixty degree (60°) pattern single loaded aisle. Forty (40) foot wheel stop to opposite curb.
Sixty degree (60°) pattern double loaded aisle. Fifty-six (56) foot wheel stop to wheel stop.
Forty-five degree (45°) pattern single loaded aisle. Thirty-four (34) foot wheel stop to opposite curb.
Forty-five degree (45°) pattern double loaded aisle. Forty-seven (47) foot wheel stop to wheel stop.
Parallel space eight (8) by twenty-two (22).
Minimum distance between wheel stops on bumper to bumper parking shall be seven (7) feet.
Other angle parking may be interpolated from the above.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.05, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.050), 9-24-2003; Ord. No. 1142 §16, 12-8-2004; Ord. No. 1260 §13, 5-21-2008]
All parking stalls shall be at least nine (9) feet by sixteen (16) feet. All parking and access areas shall be ready for use upon occupying a building and shall be surfaced with a permanent, bituminous, concrete or brick paving meeting the standards of the City prior to the issuance of an occupancy permit, unless special permission is granted by the City Engineer due to weather conditions not being satisfactory for placing asphaltic materials. In addition, driveways of single-family residential properties shall be surfaced with permanent bituminous, concrete or brick paving.
Permeable paving systems consisting of structural materials (e.g., concrete slabs, paving blocks or grids or turf blocks), and which may be filled with pervious materials such as vegetated soil, gravel or sand, may be considered by the City as an acceptable parking area surface.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.06, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.060), 9-24-2003]
Ingress and egress shall be by means of paved driveways not exceeding thirty (30) feet in width.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.07, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.070), 9-24-2003; Ord. No. 1260 §14, 5-21-2008]
Head-in parking from public right-of-way shall only be permitted after a positive recommendation from the City Traffic Engineer and only as part of new construction or development. Head-in parking that exists at the effective date of this codification may continue to be used as a non-conforming use.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.08, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.080), 9-24-2003]
Any lights used to illuminate the parking area shall be arranged, located, shielded and screened to direct light away from any adjoining or abutting residential districts.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.09, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.090), 9-24-2003]
See Chapter 415, Article III, Section 415.060 et seq.
[Ord. No. 1007 §16-226.10, 1-24-2001; Ord. No. 1091 §§1 — 3(App. A §425.100), 9-24-2003]
No parking area or driveway serving one- and two-family dwellings shall be located within two (2) feet of an adjoining lot line except for joint driveways serving two (2) properties. Paved parking areas or customary driveways in the required yards abutting streets shall not exceed thirty-five percent (35%) of the area of those yards for one- and two-family dwellings.
For one- and two-family dwellings parking shall be restricted to customary passenger cars and motor vehicles of a gross weight of eight thousand (8,000) pounds and less than twenty (20) feet in length. Such passenger cars and motor vehicles must be parked on driveways or in garages paved in accordance with Section 425.050.
In Districts "R-3" through "R-6", additional parking may be required for campers, boats, trailers and the like. Such vehicles will be parked in well screened parking lots or parking garages and will not be permitted to occupy a regular parking space. The number of such spaces will be set by the Planning Commission.
In Districts "R-3" through "R-6", no parking shall be permitted in the required front yard or side yard when abutting a street.
All parking lots and drives leading thereto, except those serving single-family and two-family dwellings, shall have curbs and drainage facilities approved by the City Engineer. Where greater setback requirements do not prevail, the back of the curb of a paved parking area shall not be closer than six (6) feet to a property line, except that in a planned zoning district, the Planning Commission may permit a lesser setback where similar development on an adjoining lot will produce a satisfactory relationship.
The Planning Commission may require that a parking area be screened on any side where it may adversely affect adjacent property by a wall, a fence or screen planting or a combination to a height that the Commission deems adequate.
A portion of the parking area required under this Title may remain unimproved until such time as the City Council deems it must be improved to serve the parking demand adequately. Such delayed improvement may be permitted only after the Planning Commission is satisfied that the initial occupancy of the premises will be adequately served by the lesser number of spaces and only after approval of a final development plan indicating clearly the location, pattern and circulation to and from the delayed parking spaces. The land area so delineated for future parking shall be brought to finished grade, be landscaped and shall not be used for building, storage, loading or other purposes.
Handicapped. Parking spaces shall be not less than twelve (12) feet wide and located as close as possible to ramps, walkways and entrances. Such spaces shall be identified by handicapped signs. For the number of spaces required see the Building Code.
The Planning Commission, in specific cases, may require that any screen planting, fence or wall around a parking lot shall be set back from a street if such setback will prevent adverse effects upon the appropriate use of adjacent property or will prevent a traffic hazard, but provided that such setback need not be greater than the respective front or side yard requirements in that district.