I'm just curious, is anyone on here familiar with the local codes in
their city as to how many parking spaces the
city/township/municipality requires per unit in an apartment building?
In the small burough near me they require 2.5 spaces per unit of off
street parking to approve a new apartment, either conversion or new
construction. Right here the city will approve a 12 unit apartment
with 10 spaces.
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replying to Randy333, Iggy wrote:
Pretty much the same requirements around me. However, you can always try for a
Variance from those and many other regulations. Many Townships and Boroughs have
their Codes/Laws/Regulations online. Very rarely does anyone need a Lawyer to
get a reasonable variance. Get familiar with their Codes and meet with Building
or Zoning Officials to find out what they could vouch for or help you get
approved by the Zoning and Planning Commissions.
I'm not trying to get a variance. I fully support 2.5 spaces per
unit as reasonable. The City Of Allentown PA. seems to think 1 space
per unit is good. Parking in this city is tough, and not getting any
Just wondering what other cities require.
Any other states allow "oil and chip" as a street resurfacing meathod?
Now that should be banned!
On Sun, 01 Oct 2017 14:14:06 GMT, Iggy
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