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  • Please choose the option that describes your situation. **This chart is intended for projects that will adapt existing buildings to new uses.. I know the use I'm interested in, but haven't identified a building.. I have identified or own a building, and want to know what I can do with it..
  • What do you want to do? Office. Residential. Retail. Day care (adult or child). Food service or bar. Other.
  • If your proposed use doesn't fall in any of t these categories, please contact our staff. Key questions will include: which zones allow the proposed use? How much parking is available? Does building material, height, accessibility, and egress allow for the desired use?.
  • Look for properties in R1, R2, O1, O2, O3, MH1, MH2, NC, C1, C2, C3, MU, OCR1, OCR2. Next, calculate parking requirements.. File Individual Parking Plan for approval. Follow existing code requirements (fastest option).
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  • Is your proposed project both residential and non-residential? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Is your site within 1/4 mile of a transit stop or public parking facility? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Could your project share parking with another facility? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • There may be other mechanisms of filing an Individual Parking Plan for your project. Please talk to PDSD staff..
  • Look for properties in NC, C1, C2, C3, MU, OCR1, OCR2. Next, calculate parking requirements.. File Individual Parking Plan.. Follow existing code requirements (fastest option).
  • 1 space per 50sf for bars, per 100sf for restaurants.
  • Is your site located in Zone MU (Mixed Use or Multiple Use)? No. Yes.
  • This project is not eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan.
  • Does your proposed project contain both residential and non-residential uses? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Is your site located within 1/4 mile of a transit stop or public parking facility? Yes. No.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Could your project share parking with another facility? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Please contact PDSD staff. There may be other mechanisms of filing an Individual Parking Plan for your project. .
  • Look for properties in zones O1, O2, O3, NC, C1, C2, C3, MU, OCR1, OCR2. Next, calculate parking requirements.. File Individual Parking Plan. Follow existing code requirements (fastest option).
  • Typically 1 space required per 300 sf.
  • Is your proposed use both residential and non-residential? No. Yes..
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Is your site located within 1/4 mile of a transit stop or public parking? Yes. No.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Could your project share parking with another facility? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • There may be other mechanisms of filing an Individual Parking Plan for your project. Please talk to PDSD staff..
  • Look for properties in zones include R1, R2, NC, C1, C2, C3, MU, OCR1, OCR2. Next, calculate parking requirements.. File Individual Parking Plan. Follow existing code requirements (fastest option).
  • Between one and 2.5 parking spaces required per unit (see Table 7.4.4-1 of Tucson UDC).
  • Is your proposed use both residential and non-residential? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Is your site located within 1/4 mile of a transit stop or public parking facility? No.
  • Could your project share parking with another facility? No. Yes.
  • You may be eligible to file an Individual Parking Plan. Please contact PDSD staff..
  • Please contact PDSD staff. There may be other mechanisms that will enable you to file an Individual Parking Plan..
  • Look for properties in zones NC, RVC, C1, C2, C3, MU, OCR1, OCR2, P1, I1. Next, calculate parking requirements.. Follow existing code requirements (fastest option).
  • Typically 1 space per 300 sf of building space.
  • What zone is the building located in? (This list is not exhaustive and the default use options (e.g. residential in the residential zones) are not listed.). Mixed Use (MU). Office/Commercial/Residential (OCR 1-2). Residential (R1-3). Office (O1-3). Commercial (C1-3). Neighborhood Commercial (NC).
  • Day care, urban agriculture.
  • Residential and select other agriculture, civic, recreational, and utility uses.
  • Civic, educational, religious uses, and select other uses, such as day care, urban agriculture, and renewable energy generation.
  • High-density residential and including agriculture, civic, commercial, industrial, retail, storage, utility, and wholesaling. Mixed use encouraged.
  • Residential and select other agriculture, civic, commercial, industrial, recreational, retail, storage, utility, and wholesaling.
  • Small-scale commercial and office, residential, urban agriculture.

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