Unified Development Ordinance, 4th supplement, September 2017

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 6 – 41 Effective Date: September 01, 2013 Supp. No. 4 membership fees for residents of the development and their guests made on an installment basis of not less than monthly, rather than on any pay- for-use, hourly, daily or weekly basis. Membership fees are allowed for any recreational use related if it also complies with all regulations of a recreational use restricted to membership, either commercial or not for profit. 4. The recreation facilities shall be owned by either a not for profit organization, a homeowners association, or multi-unit development owner. 5. Any pool with any linear dimension greater 65 feet or with any area in excess of 4,000 square feet must be approved as special use permit in accordance with Sec. 10.2.9. 6. No signage, storage, merchandise, or display including display windows shall be visible from outside of the recreational use. 7. Parking for the recreational uses shall be provided in accordance with However, the number of required parking spaces may be reduced by the ratio of the total parking required for the residential uses that are located within 400 feet of the recreation use to the total required parking for all residential uses in the development. H. Religious Shelter Unit Temporary housing associated with a place of worship that is for counseling, education and referral services for temporary residents. A zoning permit is required for any religious shelter unit. 1. The facility is an accessory use to a place of worship and occupies a floor area of no more than 10% of the gross floor area in any 1 complex. 2. It houses no more than 12 residents at any one time provided that a minimum floor space of 100 square feet of space is provided for each individual sheltered. 3. No individual or family resides at the facility for a period longer than 18 months, and no person or family shall be readmitted until at least 14 days have elapsed from their last residency. 4. It is located in a place of worship which is established on the site for a period of 1 year or longer. 5. It provides an employee or volunteer to maintain continuous on-site supervision. 6. No religious shelter unit may be located within ¾-mile radius of another religious shelter unit (determined by a straight line from property line to property line). 7. It is not located within a Primary ReservoirWatershed Protection Area or an -AOD. I. Residential Accessory Service 1. A nonresidential accessory use located within an apartment or townhouse development or congregate care facility in an R-1, R-2, R-4, R-6, R-1o or RX- district. Allowed accessory uses are limited to eating establishment, beauty or barber shop, laundry or dry cleaning pickup, drug store, flower shop, gift shop or newsstand. Does not include an adult establishment. 2. The gross floor area of all accessory uses can be no more than 25% of the dwelling unit. 3. In no case shall the accessory use occupy more than 50% of the building gross floor area or 2,000 square feet, whichever is less (except that laundry facilities shall be excluded from this maximum floor area). 4. The primary entrance to the accessory use must be internal to the main building. 5. The display of products and activity of the accessory use must not be visible from outside the building. 6. No drive-thru or drive-in facilities are allowed. 7. The signage and location must not be designed to attract clientele from outside the building or lot within which the use is sited. 8. Residential accessory service uses are not allowed in a PrimaryWatershed Protection Area. Article 6.7. Accessory Uses & Structures | CHAPTER 6. ​USE REGULATIONS Sec. 6.7.3. Additional Standards for Specific Accessory Uses