Section 2 – R-1 Low-Density Residential District.
§ 19.6-68 R-1 Low-Density Residential District.
A. Purpose. This district is composed of certain low concentrations of residential uses plus certain open areas where similar development is expected to occur. The regulations for this district are designed to stabilize and protect the essential characteristics of the district, to promote and encourage, insofar as compatible with the intensity of land use, a suitable environment for family life, and to prohibit commercial uses and other uses likely to generate noise, crowds, large concentrations of traffic, light, dust, odor, smoke and other obnoxious influence.
B. Permitted uses:
|Amateur radio tower|
|Family day-care home|
|Home beauty/barber salon|
|Home occupation, Type I|
|Public maintenance and service facility|
|Public parks and recreational areas|
|Safety services, public|
C. Conditional uses:
|Educational facilities, primary/secondary|
|Home for adults|
|Planned unit development|
|Safety services, private|
|Wind energy system|
|Wireless communications facility|
D. Site development regulations.
(1) Minimum lot requirements:
(a) Lots not served by public water or sewer:
 Area: 30,000 square feet (0.69 acre).
 Frontage: 125 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.
(b) Lots served by either public water or sewer:
 Area: 20,000 square feet.
 Frontage: 110 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.
(2) Minimum setback requirements:
(a) Principal structure:
 Front: 35 feet from property line or 60 feet from center of public road, whichever is greater.
 Side: 15 feet.
 Rear: 35 feet.
(b) Accessory structure:
 Front: 35 feet from property line or behind the front building line, whichever distance is less.
 Side: 15 feet.
 Rear: 15 feet.
(c) Where a lot fronts on more than one street, front yard setbacks shall apply to all streets.
(3) Maximum height of structures:
(a) All structures: 35 feet.
(4) Maximum coverage:
(a) Building coverage: 15%.
(b) Lot coverage: 35%.