City of Eureka, MO
St. Louis County
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[Ord. No. 2551, 8-189-2020]
This Section contains the district regulations of the Jefferson County Planned Single-Family Residential District ("JCPR-1"). These regulations are supplemented and qualified by additional general regulations appearing elsewhere in this Chapter which are incorporated as part of this Section by reference. The JCPR-1 District is intended to promote variations to the standard single-family dwelling environment, i.e., patio homes, cluster homes and zero (0) lot line placement all in keeping with the detached dwelling environment through the establishment of more common ground and open areas.
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(a) 
Single-family detached dwellings.
(b) 
Home occupations.
(c) 
Libraries, public or private not-for-profit.
(d) 
Minor public and private utilities, including substations, lift stations, water towers and similar uses.
(e) 
Parks and playgrounds.
(f) 
Public elementary and secondary schools.
(g) 
Places of worship.
(h) 
Public administration, including only the following:
(1) 
Executive, legislative and other general governmental support;
(2) 
Police protection;
(3) 
Fire protection; and
(4) 
Other justice, public order and safety activities.
(i) 
Day care homes in which care is given to no more than four (4) people.
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(a) 
Cemeteries and mausoleums.
(b) 
Nursing homes.
(c) 
Hospitals.
(d) 
State of Missouri-regulated day care homes in which care is given to between five (5) and ten (10) people.
(e) 
Golf courses.
(f) 
Telecommunication facilities, subject to additional provisions contained in this Chapter.
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(a) 
Density: six (6) residential dwelling units per one (1) acre.
(b) 
Lot size: as approved.
(c) 
Lot width: as approved.
(d) 
Minimum front yard: twenty-five (25) feet.
(e) 
Minimum side yard: six (6) feet.
(f) 
Minimum rear yard: thirty (30) feet.
(g) 
Maximum building height: forty (40) feet.
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Accessory structures may be allowed within the "JCPR-1" District under the following conditions:
(a) 
Not more than two (2) accessory buildings may be located on any lot devoted to single-family use, and the sum of the floor area of such accessory buildings shall not exceed a total square footage of five hundred (500) square feet under roof and shall not exceed one (1) story with a gable roof to a maximum height of sixteen (16) feet above ground floor elevation.
(b) 
At-grade patios, walkways and driveways may extend to the property line.
(c) 
Retaining walls may be located on a property line, provided they shall not adversely affect drainage or shall not be constructed in such a way as to create a sight distance hazard. The City may order the removal of an improperly located wall at the owner's expense.
(d) 
Decks, platforms and gazebos may encroach to no more than fifteen (15) feet of a rear property line; however, encroachment into a required side yard is prohibited.
(e) 
Pools for which a building permit is required must meet a fifteen-foot rear yard setback and required side yard setback, excluding at-grade patios measured from the outside pool wall.
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All uses shall be required to provide off-street parking in accordance with Article XV of this chapter.
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Every "JCPR-1" development shall provide open space and park dedication requirements as approved by the City.
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(a) 
An application to establish or amend a "JCPR-1" development plan shall receive consideration under applicable procedures set forth in Section 23-181.
(b) 
In view of the increased design flexibility provided under the "JCPR-1" provisions, the Board of Aldermen may impose specific conditions in connection with approval of the application which may include, but not necessarily be limited to:
(1) 
That which is depicted on the plan which accompanies the application as may be amended during the course of City staff or City consultant review;
(2) 
Review comments and reports produced by City staff or City consultants;
(3) 
Any reports or recommendations produced by City boards or commissions; and
(4) 
Requirements based on representations made by the applicant during the course of consideration.
(c) 
Following the passage of an ordinance approving a "JCPR-1" development, the plan considered in connection with the application shall be considered to have been granted preliminary plat approval. All final plat approvals shall be considered under procedures and criteria set forth in Section 23-182, Chapter 20A and other applicable sections of the Eureka Municipal Code. Any substantial proposed deviations from the approved plan must be authorized by the Board of Aldermen through a supplemental zoning process. Any determination as to what constitutes a substantial deviation shall be made by the City.