The purpose of the West Ward District is to protect and enhance the character of this existing neighborhood located on a similar topographic plane as the Downtown by accommodating a mix of housing types and development intensities, green space, neighborhood retail and commercial services, and appropriate infill and redevelopment.
The minimum lot size for single-family detached dwellings in the district is 6,000 square feet for A Blocks, 4,500 square feet for B Blocks, and 3,000 square feet for C Blocks.
The build-to line shall be 20 feet for A Blocks, 10 feet for B Blocks, and zero feet for C Blocks.
A1 Single-family detached dwelling.
A2 Single-family semidetached dwelling.
A3 Single-family attached dwelling (B and C Blocks only).
A4 Two-family detached dwelling (B and C Blocks only).
A5 Two-family semidetached dwelling (B and C Blocks only).
A6 Two-family attached dwelling (B and C Blocks only).
I3 Accessory structure.
I4 Temporary structure.
I5 Accessory storage.
I6 Accessory parking area.
I7 Accessory swimming pool.
I11 No-impact home-based business.
The Table of Dimensional Criteria for the West Ward (WW) District is located at the end of this chapter.
In addition to other design standards of this article pertaining to lot area and width, build-to lines, side yards, building height, and impervious surface, the following shall apply:
Communications facilities, including communications towers and communications antennas mounted on an existing public utility transmission tower, building or other structure and existing communications towers and communications equipment buildings, shall meet the requirements of Part 6, Communications Facility Regulations.