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(1) Parking Spaces Required. Off-street parking shall be provided at the ratio of four (4) spaces per one thousand (1,000) square feet of gross building floor area, plus one (1) space for each company car parked overnight on the premises.

(2) Traffic and Parking Management Plan. The park covenants, conditions and restrictions shall include policies for a traffic and parking management plan aimed at encouraging the use of public transportation and car pooling among the park’s employees.

(3) Parking Layout and Construction Standards. All parking spaces, parking areas and driveways must be constructed in accordance with standards established in 14.37.090, 14.37.100 and 14.37.110.

(4) Parking Setbacks. All parking areas shall be set back a minimum of twenty-five (25) feet from all dedicated public streets and ten (10) feet from all other property lines. Where possible, parking areas shall be located to the rear of the building(s).

(5) Screening of Parking Areas. A landscaped berm at least five (5) feet high (maximum slope of 1:2.5), or massed plantings of sufficient height shall be utilized to screen and buffer parking and loading areas from adjoining public access streets and lots.

(6) Interior Parking Lot Landscaping. A ten (10) foot wide landscape strip shall be provided between every double loaded row of parking. Planting islands shall be provided throughout the lot at the ends of parking rows. These strips and islands are to be planted with shade trees, low shrubs, and ground cover. Landscaping shall be used to define circulation routes and separate traffic on site for safety, as well as aesthetic purposes.

(7) Structured Parking. Any structured park-in above the finished ground elevation shall have the same setback requirements as outlined for buildings, and shall be architecturally integrated through use of the same or similar materials, colors, rhythm, landscaping, etc.

(8) Structure Height. Freestanding parking structures shall comply with the same height requirements for main buildings.

(9) Emergency Access. Suitable access for emergency equipment shall be provided to all buildings and areas.

(10) Primary Access. Local residential streets shall not be used for access to an R&B Park. Access must be from a designated collector or arterial street. Internal circulation shall be developed and maintained according to a traffic circulation street plan for the entire R&B Park. Such a circulation plan shall be submitted as part of the project plan.

(a) Lot Access. R&BP parking lots shall not have direct access to arterial or collector highways, except when recommended by the Provo City Engineering Department to facilitate traffic flow in the area. Construction of a dedicated street to an arterial or collector highway shall be done by the developer in connection with the development of the R&B Park and the traffic circulation street plan.

(Enacted 1990-39, Am 1996-50)