Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 6 – 9 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 Article 6.2. ​​Residential Uses | CHAPTER 6. ​USE REGULATIONS Sec. 6.2.2. Group Living H. Manufactured Home Development 1. Defined A site which contains or is intended for the long‐term location of manufactured homes that may include services and facilities for the residents. Includes both manufactured home park (with leased or condominium spaces) and manufactured home subdivision (individually platted spaces). 2. Use Standards Manufactured home developments must meet standards in Article 4.5. Manufactured Housing (MH) . I. Multi-Unit Supportive Housing Residence 1. Defined A facility housing persons who are disabled emotionally, mentally or physically or otherwise possess a disability that is protected by the provisions of either the Americans with Disabilities Act 42 USC 12101 or N.C. Gen. Stat. Article 3, Chapter 168, along with support or supervisory personnel or family members who may reside, but are not required to reside, at the facility. 2. Use Standards a. Each multi-unit supportive housing residence must be composed of no less than 2 and no more than 4 attached dwelling units. b. The total number of individuals occupying a multi-unit supportive housing residence cannot exceed 6. c. Each multi-unit supportive housing residence must be treated for zoning purposes in the same manner as single-unit living, except parking must be provided in accordance with Article 7.1. Parking . d. No multi-unit supportive housing residence can be located within 300 feet of another multi-unit supportive housing residence or supportive housing residence (determined by a straight line from property line to property line). e. The multi-unit supportive housing residence must conform to one of the following: i. It is licensed by the federal or state government; or ii. It is funded in part by a government grant or loan. f. Nothing in this section can prevent 4 or fewer persons with disabilities from occupying any lawful dwelling as a household. J. Supportive Housing Residence 1. Defined A facility in which more than 4 unrelated persons may reside who are battered individuals, abused children, pregnant women and their children, runaway children, temporarily or permanently disabled mentally, emotionally or physically, individuals recovering from drug or alcohol abuse, and all other persons who possess a disability that is protected by the provisions of either the Americans with Disabilities Act 42 USC 12101 or N.C. Gen. Stat. Article 3, Chapter 168, along with family members and support and supervisory personnel. 2. Use Standards a. The total number of individuals occupying a supportive housing residence cannot exceed 12. b. A resident manager must reside permanently on the premise. c. No supportive housing residence can be located within 1,125 feet of another multi-unit supportive housing residence or supportive housing residence (determined by a straight line from property line to property line). d. The supportive housing residence must conform to one of the following: i. It is licensed by the federal or state government; or ii. It is funded in part by a government grant or loan.

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