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18.30.060 Block Layout
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A. Generally

The lengths, widths and shapes of blocks shall conform to the applicable zoning district requirements as to lot sizes and dimensions and the standards established below.

B. Residential Blocks

The following apply to blocks located within a residential zoning district:

1. A block shall not exceed one thousand three hundred twenty (1,320) feet in length, unless:

a. the block is adjacent to a limited access highway or arterial street, or

b. the previous adjacent layout or topographical conditions justify a variation of this requirement.

2. Blocks shall have sufficient depth to provide for two (2) tiers of lots of appropriate depth, except in the case of blocks adjacent to arterial streets, railroads or waterways.

3. Blocks may be irregular in shape if they are harmonious with the overall pattern of blocks in the proposed subdivision and their design meets the requirements of lot standards, traffic flow and control considerations, and development plan requirements.

C. Nonresidential Blocks

Blocks located within a non-residential or planned zoning district shall comply with the Access Management Plan. (Ord. 02-54 § 2, 2002)

D. Mixed Use Districts

Blocks located within a mixed use district (including the “N” Neighborhood, “D” Downtown and “TOD” Transit Oriented Development districts) shall not exceed an average of seven-hundred (700) feet in length.