“Dance hall” means an enclosed space where public dances are held and where alcohol and/or food may be sold.
Day-Care Center, Family Home Nursery School, Family Home Day Care, Preschool. For the purpose of this title, the following definitions shall apply to day-care center, babysitting care, family home day care, family home preschool/nursery schools, nursery schools or preschools:
(a) “Babysitting care” means a dwelling which provides occasional care to children, for periods of less than 24 hours, who do not reside within the residence of the person providing the care.
(b) “Day-care center” means a place which provides regular scheduled care for more than 12 children or adults, for periods of less than 24 hours.
(c) “Family home child care” means a facility licensed to provide direct care, supervision and early learning opportunities for 12 or fewer children, in the home of the licensee where the licensee resides and is the primary provider.
(d) “Family home day care” means a home licensed by the Department of Social and Health Services and in which direct care, supervision and learning opportunities are regularly provided for not more than 12 children or adults or for periods of less than 24 hours.
(e) “Family home day care provider” means a person who provides direct care, supervision, behavior management, and early learning opportunities for 12 or fewer children in their family home living quarters for periods of less than 24 hours.
(f) “Family home preschool/nursery schools” means a home that provides regular care and/or organized learning and educational experiences for not more than 12 children.
(g) “Preschool center” means a place that provides regular custodial care and/or organized learning and educational experiences for more than 12 children.
“Dwelling” means a building or part of a building designed exclusively for residential purposes, including one-family, two-family, multiple-family dwellings, but not including hotels or motel units.
“Dwelling, multiple” means a building used or designed as a residence for three or more families living independently of each other and in separate dwelling units doing their own cooking therein. This includes apartments, houses, and similar divided residential structures.
“Dwelling, single-family” means a detached or attached dwelling unit designed for or occupied exclusively by one family. A single-family dwelling may be attached to an accessory dwelling unit or to other single-family dwellings as part of a zero-lot-line development.
“Dwelling, two-family” means a building designed for or occupied exclusively by two families living independently of each other, except that common laundry facilities are allowed.
“Dwelling unit” means a building or portion thereof providing complete independent living facilities for one family, including permanent provisions for eating, sleeping, cooking and sanitation.
“Dwelling unit, accessory” means an additional dwelling unit on a lot with a primary one-family dwelling unit. An accessory dwelling unit is an independent living unit designed for long-term residential occupancy by one or more people independent of the primary dwelling unit, with independent facilities for sleeping, cooking, and sanitation. An accessory dwelling unit may be attached or internal to the primary dwelling unit, or it may be detached from the primary dwelling unit. For the purposes of this title, internal accessory dwelling units are considered attached accessory dwelling units.
“Dwelling unit, courtyard apartment” means three or more attached or detached dwelling units on one parcel designed and used for occupancy with one household within each individual dwelling unit. The entryway to units is oriented around a landscaped courtyard, which is adjacent to the fronting public right-of-way.
“Dwelling unit, duplex” means a building divided in two parts of approximately equal size, designed exclusively for occupancy by two families on one parcel within attached dwelling units, designed and used for occupancy by one family within each individual dwelling unit and which is separated by a common wall.
“Dwelling unit, primary” means a separate, complete dwelling unit that is the larger of the dwelling units when a single-family residential site development plan proposes or contains an accessory dwelling unit.
“Dwelling unit, triplex” means a building designed exclusively for occupancy by three families on one parcel, within attached dwelling units, designed and used for occupancy by one family within each individual attached dwelling unit and each separated by common walls.
“Dwelling unit, zero-lot-line” means a dwelling or dwellings on a parcel, which shares a common wall on a side lot line with a similar adjoining dwelling(s) on a separate, adjacent parcel. [Ord. 4575 § 3, 2022; Ord. 4110 § 5, 2013; Ord. 3354 § 2, 1999; Code 1970 §§ 25.12.158 – 25.12.185.]