The purpose of the RS zones is to provide appropriate regulations for the development of single dwelling units that accommodate a variety of lot sizes and residential dwelling types and which promote neighborhood quality, character, and livability. I...Regulation (1 of 1)
|Floor to Area Ratio (FAR)|
|Notes||The maximum permitted floor area ratios based on the lot area in accordance with Table 131-04J. See page 65.|
|Front minimum||15 feet|
|Interior side note||lot width X 0.08|
|Side note||lot width X 0.1|
|Rear note||(A) The required rear setback is at least the dimension shown in Table 131-04D, except as follows: (i) For lots less than 100 feet in depth, the rear setback is at least 10 percent of the lot depth, but not less than 5 feet; and (ii) For lots greater than 150 feet in depth, the rear setback is at least 10 percent of the lot depth or the dimension shown in Tables 131-04C and 131-04D, whichever is greater. (B) Where a rear yard abuts an alley, one-half of the alley width, but not more than 10 feet, may be counted toward the required rear setback. In no case shall a rear setback using this provision be less than 5 feet on the premises. See Diagram 131-04B.|
The Clairemont Mesa community, encompassing approximately 13.3 square miles, lies south of state Route 52, west of Interstate 805, north of the Linda Vista community and east of Interstate 5. Clairemont Mesa is one of the first post-World War II sub...
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|Name||Heritage Add Unit # 1|
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Last updated: August 9, 2020