Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

54.2    Schedule 1

Schedule 1  - Vehicular Parking Requirement

Bylaw 15201

December 13, 2010

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

Schedule 1(A): All Areas Outside of the Downtown Special Area, Main Street Corridors, and Transit Nodes

Use of Building or Site

Minimum Number of Parking Spaces Required

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

 

Area of Application

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

 

Where the following uses are outside of the boundary of 54.2 Schedule 1(B) and the area of application for 54.2 Schedule 1(C) the minimum parking requirements shown below shall apply.

 

Residential and Residential-Related Uses

Bylaw 18087

June 28, 2017

 

 

1. Apartment Housing

Stacked Row Housing

 

Bylaw 15785

June 20, 2011  

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013  

Bylaw 18087

June 28, 2017   

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

                       

Dwelling Size

Minimum

  Studio

1

  1 Bedroom Dwelling

1

  2 Bedroom Dwelling

1.5

  3 or more Bedroom Dwelling

1.7

 

Visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings thereafter. Visitor parking spaces shall be readily available to the primary building entrance for each multi-unit residential building on Site, and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

 

Bylaw 15036    

February 2, 2009

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

2. Garden Suite

Secondary Suite

Bylaw 14750
December 12, 2007
Bylaw 15036  
February 2, 2009
Bylaw 15953
November 13, 2012

Bylaw 18087

June 28, 2017

   

 

1 parking space in addition to the parking requirements for primary Dwelling.

 

Bylaw 18087

June 28, 2017

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

3. Duplex Housing

Mobile Homes (excluding Mobile Home Parks)

Semi-detached Housing

Single Detached Housing 

Row Housing

Bylaw 18087

June 28, 2017

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

1 parking spaces per Dwelling

 

For multi-unit development projects, visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings thereafter. Visitor parking must be readily available to the primary building entrance for each multi-unit residential building on Site, and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

 

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

 

 

4.  Fraternity and Sorority Housing

 

 

 

1 parking space per 2 Sleeping Units

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

 

 

5.  Group Home

 

 

1 parking space per 3 Sleeping Units and 1 parking space per resident staff member.

A Group Home with 6 or fewer residents shall require a minimum of 3 parking spaces.

 

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

 

 

6.  Limited Group Home

Bylaw 17422

November 16, 2015

Effective Date:December 1, 2015

 

 

 

Limited Group Home shall require a minimum of 3 parking spaces, one of which may be in tandem.

 

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

 

 

7.  Lodging House

 

1 parking space per 2 Sleeping Units

8.  Major Home Based Business Except:

 

a.  Bed and Breakfast

 

1 parking space in addition to parking required for primary Dwelling.

 

 

1 parking space per guest room is required in addition to the parking required for the primary Dwelling.

 

9.  Mobile Home Parks 

 

 

1 parking space per Mobile Home Lot plus 1 parking space per 7 Mobile Home Lots as visitor parking. The visitor parking shall be dispersed, to be conveniently located for all lots.

 

10.  Residential Sales Centres 

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 20 m2 of Floor Area

 

Bylaw 15998

August 27, 2012

Bylaw 16488

July 2, 2013

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

11.  Apartment Housing and Lodging Houses, which meet the criteria of Section 94, Supportive Community Provisions, of this Bylaw

Bylaw 15998

August 27, 2012

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

        

0.4 parking spaces per Dwelling, regardless of the number of bedrooms; plus

 

0.3 parking spaces per Sleeping Unit, or

 

0.55 parking spaces per Sleeping Unit, if the Sleeping Unit is located in a secured building or secured portion of a building, such that a resident cannot enter or exit the secured area without authorization; plus

 

Visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings thereafter. Visitor parking must be readily available to the primary building entrance for each multi-unit residential building on Site, and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

 

Non-residential Use Classes

Commercial Use Classes

12.  Any development within a Commercial Use not listed separately in this table, with a Floor Area of: 

 

 

 

 

  1. less than 4 500 m2

  2. 4 500m2 - 9 000m2

  3. 9 000 m2 28 000 m2

  4. greater than 28 000 m2

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 40.0 m2 of Floor Area

1 parking space per 33.3 m2 of Floor Area

1 parking space per 28.5 m2 of Floor Area

1 parking space per 25.0 m2 of Floor Area

13. Apartment Hotels

 Hotels and Motels 

1 parking space per Sleeping Unit

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

14. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs

Bylaw 17600

April 4, 2016

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

                 1 parking space per 8.0 m2 of Public Space.

 

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

15.  Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

 

Off-street Parking shall be provided based on the sum of the following:

1 parking space per 9.6 m2 of Public Space; and

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area not dedicated to Public Space.

 

16. Casinos and Other Gaming  Establishments

1 parking space per 2.4 m2 of Public Space

 

17. Commercial Schools

1 parking space per 10 seats, plus auditorium requirements where applicable.

 

18. Flea Markets

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 15.4 m2 of Floor Area in the building used for this Use.

 

19.  Funeral, Cremation and Interment Services

1 parking space per 4 seats plus 1 parking space per funeral home vehicle

 

20. Health Services 

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 22.2 m2 of Floor Area

 

21. Major Alcohol Sales

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 23.3 m2 of Floor Area

 

22. Minor Alcohol Sales

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

1 parking space per 31.3 m2 of Floor Area

 

23. Professional, Financial and Office Support Services

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 29.4 m2 of Floor Area

 

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 

24. Restaurants, Specialty Food Services

Bylaw 17600

April 4, 2016

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

 1 parking space per 9.6 m2 of Public Space.

 

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

25. Urban Outdoor Farms

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

 

1 parking space per 1,000 m2 of cultivated area minus 1 parking space, to a maximum of 10 required parking spaces

 

26. Warehouse Sales

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area

 

Industrial

Bylaw 17831

November 28, 2016

 

 

27.  Any development within the Industrial Uses, except for Adult Mini-Theatres

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area provided this is not less than 3 parking spaces per tenant or establishment

 

28. Adult Mini-Theatre 

 

1 parking space per 3 seats, provided that a minimum of 1 parking space per each individual viewing area or booth with 3 seats or less, is provided.

 

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

29.  Urban Indoor Farms

 

 

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area

Basic Service Use Classes

Bylaw 15998

August 27, 2012

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

30. Extended Medical Treatment Services Except:

 

Bylaw 15998

August 27, 2012

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

1 parking spaces per 90.9 m2 of Floor Area

a. Auxiliary Hospitals

 

1 parking space per 3 beds

 

Community, Educational, Recreational and Cultural Service Use Classes

31.  Any development within the Community, Educational, Recreational and Cultural Service Use  not listed separately.

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

Bylaw 17643

May 25, 2016

 

 

32. Child Care Services 

Bylaw 17643

May 25, 2016

 

 

 

a) Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be provided at the rate of 2 pick-up/drop-off spaces for the first 10 children, plus 1 additional pick-up/drop-off space for every 10 additional children.

 

i) Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be designated with signs to reserve the parking spaces for Child Care Service pick-up/drop-off, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

ii) Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be located as close as possible to the main entrance used by the Child Care Service, and shall not be located further than 100 m from the main entrance used by the Child Care Service. The distance between the farthest parking space in the pickup/drop-off area and the main entrance of the Child Care Service shall be measured along the shortest publically accessible pedestrian route.

iii) An on-street loading zone shall satisfy a portion of the passenger pick-up/drop-off parking space requirement without a variance if the Development Officer, after consultation with Transportation Operations, is satisfied with the proposal.

 

Bylaw 17831

November 28, 2016

 

 

 

b) employee parking shall be provided at the rate of:

 

i)   1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area; or

ii)  1 parking space per 360.0 m2 of Floor Area where the Child Care Service is proposed within 400 m of an LRT Station, Transit Centre, Transit Avenue, or all Lots within the boundaries of the Oliver Area Redevelopment Plan, as adopted by Bylaw 11618, as amended, or all Lots within the boundaries of the Strathcona Area Redevelopment Plan, as adopted by Bylaw 11890, as amended; or

 

iii)  Where the Child Care Service is for a dayhome/group family care providing care to 7 or more children within the residence of the child care provider, 1 parking space for each non-resident employee, in addition to the parking required for the primary Dwelling. Where a Front Yard Driveway provides access to a parking space that is not within the Front Yard, the Development Officer may consider this Driveway as the provision of a parking space that is in tandem.

 

33. Community Recreation Services

16 parking spaces, plus where multipurpose room greater than 93 m2 is present and is used for general assembly purposes, an additional

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

 

1 parking space per 4.6 m2 over 93 m2 of Floor Area in a multipurpose room is required. The multipurpose area shall not include dressing rooms, change rooms, washrooms, storage areas, and cooking or kitchen areas, which are normally incidental to the primary function of the Community Recreation Services.

 

Where the Community Recreation Service facility parking area immediately abuts a parking area for a school, a maximum of 50% of the additional parking spaces required pursuant to the above clause may be provided by including the parking facilities on the abutting school parking area.

 

34. Conversions of existing Public or Private Elementary, Junior High and High Schools to any other Public or Private Education Service 

1.4 parking spaces for each classroom, plus 1 parking space for every 12 students.

35. Colleges, Business or Technical Schools

1 parking space per 10 seats, plus auditorium requirements where applicable.

 

36. Exhibition and Convention Facilities 

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

37. Indoor Participant Recreation Services Except: 

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

a. Bowling Alleys

 

b. Curling Rinks 

 

c. Health and Fitness Clubs

d. Hockey Rink and Swimming  Pools 

 

e. Racket Sport Facilities

4 parking spaces per Lane plus parking requirements for Accessory Uses

8 parking spaces per sheet plus parking requirements for Accessory Uses

1 parking space per 10 m2 of Floor Area

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 5 m2 playing/water surface or assembly area

2 parking spaces per court plus parking requirements for Accessory Uses

 

38. Natural Science Exhibits 

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

39. Outdoor Participant Recreation Services Except:

Bylaw 16032             

March 12, 2012

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

a. Golf Course or Driving Range

 

b. Sports Fields in association with

school /park sites

5 parking spaces per hole (Golf Course) or 1 parking space per T-box (Driving Range) plus parking requirements for Accessory Uses

 

A maximum of 10 parking spaces per field to be developed provided that the sports and playing fields are developed prior to the development of other Uses on the Site, such as Community Recreation Service facilities or other school Uses. The number and design of the parking spaces and the surface treatment of the parking area shall be approved by the Development Officer in consultation with Transportation Services, Community Services and the School Boards.

 

40. Private Clubs 

1 parking space per 3.6 m2 of Public Space

 

41. Public Libraries and Cultural Exhibits

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 10.0 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

42. Public or Private Elementary and Junior High Schools

1.4 parking spaces per classroom

 

This calculation shall include the ultimate parking requirements for all potential future school development on-site, whether contained in a core facility or in attached portable pods. Actual development of parking spaces may, however, be phased in accordance with each phase of school development.

 

Where the school parking area immediately abuts a parking area for a Community Recreation Service facility, a maximum of 50% of the smaller parking requirement between the school and the Community Recreation Service facility may be provided by including the parking facilities on the abutting Community Recreation Service parking area.

 

43. Public or Private High Schools 

1.4 parking spaces for each classroom, plus 1 parking space for every 12 students.

 

This calculation shall include the ultimate parking requirements for all potential future school development on-site, whether contained in a core facility or in attached portable pods. Actual development of parking spaces may, however, be phased in accordance with each phase of school development.

 

Where the school parking area immediately abuts a parking area for a Community Recreation Service facility, a maximum of 50% of the smaller parking requirement between the school and the Community Recreation Service facility may be provided by including the parking facilities on the abutting Community Recreation Service parking area.

 

Bylaw 17896

March 20, 2017

44. Religious Assembly 

Location

Minor

Major

Central Core Neighbourhoods, excluding the Downtown Special Area

1720 m2 of Floor Area or less:

No minimum parking requirement

Greater than 1720 m2 of Floor Area:

 

The minimum parking requirement shall be determined by the Development Officer based on a parking impact assessment for the Site, completed in accordance with Section 14.11.

Mature Neighbourhoods, excluding the Central Core Neighbourhoods

1400 m2 of Floor Area or less:

1 parking space per 45.0 m2

Greater than 1400 m2 of Floor Area:

 

The minimum parking requirement shall be determined by the Development Officer based on a parking impact assessment for the Site, completed in accordance with Section 14.11.

Established Neighbourhoods

2500 m2 of Floor Area or less:

1 parking space per 27.0 m2

Greater than 2500 m2 of Floor Area:

 

The minimum parking requirement shall be determined by the Development Officer based on a parking impact assessment for the Site, completed in accordance with Section 14.11.

Industrial Neighbourhoods

2570 m2 of Floor Area or less:

1 parking space per 33.0 m2

Greater than 2570 m2 of Floor Area:

 

The minimum parking requirement shall be determined by the Development Officer based on a parking impact assessment for the Site, completed in accordance with Section 14.11.

Developing, Planned and Future Neighbourhoods, and Urban Growth areas.

3760 m2 of Floor Area or less:

1 parking space per 14.0 m2

Greater than 3760 m2 of Floor Area:

 

The minimum parking requirement shall be determined by the Development Officer based on a parking impact assessment for the Site, completed in accordance with Section 14.11.

Locations are as identified in Edmonton's The Way We Grow: Municipal Development Plan, Bylaw 15100, Maps.

 

45. Spectator Entertainment Establishments

Bylaw 16591

September 16, 2013

 

 

1 parking space per 3.5 seats or 1 parking space per 3.3 m2 of Floor Area used by patrons

 

46. Spectator Sports Establishments

 

1 parking space per 5 seats

 

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

47. Urban Gardens

 

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

 

No parking is required

 

Bylaw 15489

January 18, 2011

Bylaw 15784

June 20, 2011

 

Schedule 1(B)    Areas Within the Downtown Special Area

Residential and Residential-Related Uses

 

Number of Required Parking Spaces by Zone

 

Area of Application

AED

CCA

CMU

HA

HDR

JAMSC

RMU

UW

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

1.  Studio

 

 

Minimum Parking Requirement per unit

0

0

0

0

0.4

0

0

0

Maximum Parking Requirement per unit

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.5

2.  1 Bedroom Dwelling or Residential-Related Unit

 

 

Minimum Parking Requirement per unit

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0

Maximum Parking Requirement per unit

1.25

0.75

0.75

0.75

1.0

0.75

1.0

0.75

3.  2 or more Bedroom Dwelling or Residential Related Unit

 

 

Minimum Parking Requirement per unit

0.4

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.8

0.8

0

Maximum Parking Requirement per unit

1.25

1.25

1.25

1.25

1.5

1.25

1.5

1.25

4.  Visitor Parking

 

 

Minimum Parking Requirement per unit

0

0

1.0 per 10 units

0

1.0 per 10 units

0

1.0 per 10 units

0

Maximum Parking Spaces

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

5.  Other Parking Regulations

1.  Where visitor parking is required, it must be readily available to an entrance of the building and be clearly identified as visitor parking.

2.  The Development Officer may accept Tandem Parking spaces of a number that is equivalent to the total required parking minus the total number of Dwellings and minus visitor parking.  Visitor parking spaces shall not be in tandem.

3.  Where a Front Yard driveway provides access to a parking space that is not within the Front Yard, the Development Officer may consider this driveway as the provision of a second car parking space that is in tandem.

4.  Employee Parking for Live Work Units shall not be required.

Non-Residential Uses

 

Number of Required Parking Spaces by Zone

Area of Application

AED

CCA

CMU

HA

HDR

JAMSC

RMU

UW

6.  Any development within a Non-Residential Use Class not listed separately in this table

 

 

Minimum Parking Space Required (space/sq. m of GFA)

1.0 per 400m2

1.0 per 400m2

1.0 per

300 m2

1.0 per 400m2

1.0 per 350m2

1.0 per 400m2

1.0 per 400m2

0

Maximum Parking Space Required (space/sq. m of GFA)

1.0 per 200m2

1.0 per 200m2

1.0 per 200m2

1.0 per 200m2

1.0 per 100 m2

1.0 per 100 m2

1.0 per 100 m2

1.0 per 200m2

Bylaw 17699

July 11, 2016

 

7. Child Care Services

Bylaw 17699

July 11, 2016

 

  1. Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be provided at the rate of 2 pick-up/drop-off spaces for the first 10 children, plus 1 additional pick-up/drop-off space for every 10 additional children.

  1. Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be designated with signs to reserve the parking spaces for Child Care Service pick-up/drop-off, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

  2. Passenger pick-up/drop-off spaces shall be located as close as possible to the main entrance used by the Child Care Service, and shall not be located further than 100 m from the main entrance used by the Child Care Service. The distance between the farthest parking space in the pickup/drop-off area and the main entrance of the Child Care Service shall be measured along the shortest publicly accessible pedestrian route.

  3. An on-street loading zone shall satisfy a portion of the passenger pick-up/drop-off parking space requirement without a variance if the Development Officer, after consultation with Transportation Operations, is satisfied with the proposal.

  1. Employee parking shall be provided at the rate of:

  1. A minimum of 1 parking space per 400.0 m2 of Floor Area to a maximum of 1 parking space per 200.0 m2 of Floor Area.

8.  Convenience Retail Stores

No parking is requried

 

9.  Restaurants, Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, Specialty Food Services

Less than 200 occupants and 240m2 of Public Space, no parking is required.

Zero minimum parking requirement for the UW zone.

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

10. Urban Outdoor Farms

 

 

No parking is required. A maximum of 5 parking stalls may be provided

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

11. Urban Indoor Farms

 

No parking is required. A maximum of 5 parking stalls may be provided

Bylaw 17901

March 6, 2017

 

12. Urban Gardens

 

No parking is required. A maximum of 5 parking stalls may be provided

13.  All other Zones and Uses not listed above

All other Zones and Uses within the boundaries of the Capital City Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan not listed above shall meet the parking requirements established by the abutting Downtown Special Area Zone with the longest shared zoning boundary.

 

 

 

 

Bylaw 18171

September 11, 2017

 

Schedule 1(C)    Transit Oriented Development and Main Streets Overlay

Use of Building

or Site

Minimum or Maximum Number of Parking Spaces Required

Residential and Residential-Related Uses

Area of application

Where the following Uses are outside of the boundary of 54.2 Schedule 1(B) but are located within:

·   600 metres of an existing LRT station, or a future LRT station with the most recent version of a Council-approved Concept Plan;

·   600 metres of an existing Transit Centre, or a future Transit Centre with the most recent version of a Council-approved Concept Plan;

·   150 metres of a Transit Avenue; or

·   the boundaries shown in the Main Streets Overlay Section 819.2,

the minimum and maximum parking requirements shown below shall apply, except Schedule 1(A) shall apply for Residential and Residential-Related Uses not listed here.

 

For the purpose of Schedule 1(C), measurements shall be made from the nearest point of the LRT station, Transit Centre, or Transit Avenue to the Site Boundary where the Use(s) are to be located. Where a LRT station or Transit Centre exists in concept only, the radius shall be measured from the centre of the proposed location on the concept diagrams, or of the nearest roadway intersection at the discretion of the Development Officer.
 
  1. Apartment Housing Stacked Row Housing

In Core and Mature neighbourhoods, as identified in Edmonton’s Municipal Development Plan, Bylaw 15100, excluding the Downtown Special Area:

Minimum and Maximum Parking Spaces per Dwelling size

Dwelling Size

Minimum

Maximum

Studio

0.5  

1.0

1 Bedroom Dwelling

0.5  

1.0

2 Bedroom Dwelling

0.75  

1.5

3 or more Bedroom Dwelling

1.0  

1.75

 

In all other neighbourhoods:

Minimum and Maximum Parking Spaces per Dwelling size

Dwelling Size

Minimum

Maximum

Studio

0.7

1.0

1 Bedroom Dwelling

0.8

1.0

2 Bedroom Dwelling

1.0

1.5

3 or more Bedroom Dwelling

1.25

1.75

 
Visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings thereafter. Visitor parking must be readily available to the primary building entrance for each multi-unit residential building on Site, and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.  

 

  1. Garden Suite Secondary Suite

0 parking spaces in addition to the parking requirements for primary Dwelling.

  1. Row Housing

 

In Core and Mature neighbourhoods, as identified in Edmonton’s Municipal Development Plan, Bylaw 15100, excluding the Downtown Special Area:

Minimum Parking Spaces per Dwelling

Maximum Parking Spaces per Dwelling

0.5

1.75

 

In all other neighbourhoods:

Minimum Parking Spaces per Dwelling

Maximum Parking Spaces per Dwelling

1.0

1.75

 

Visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings thereafter. Visitor parking must be readily available to the primary building entrance for each multi-unit residential building on Site, and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.
  1.  Apartment Housing and Lodging Houses, which meet the criteria of Section 94, Supportive Community Provisions, of this Bylaw

0.35 parking spaces per Dwelling, regardless of the number of bedrooms; plus

0.25 parking spaces per Sleeping Unit, or

0.5 parking spaces per Sleeping Unit, if the Sleeping Unit is located in a secured building or secured portion of a building, such that a resident cannot enter or exit the secured area without authorization; plus

Visitor parking shall be provided at a minimum rate of 0 visitor parking spaces for the first 7 Dwellings or sleeping units, and 1 visitor parking space per 7 Dwellings or sleeping units thereafter. Visitor parking must be readily available to an entrance of the building and be clearly identified as visitor parking, to the satisfaction of the Development Officer.

Non-Residential and non-Residential-Related Uses

Area of application

Where the following Uses are outside of the boundary of 54.2 Schedule 1(B) but are located within:

·   200 metres of an existing LRT station or a future LRT station with the most recent version of a Council-approved Concept Plan;

·   200 metres of an existing Transit Centre or a future Transit Centre with the most recent version of a Council-approved Concept Plan;

·   150 metres of a Transit Avenue; or

·   the boundaries shown in the Main Streets Overlay, Section 819.2,

the minimum and maximum parking requirements shown below shall apply.

For the purpose of Schedule 1(C), measurements shall be made from the nearest point of the LRT station, Transit Centre, or Transit Avenue to the Site Boundary where the Use(s) are to be located. Where a LRT station or Transit Centre exists in concept only, the radius shall be measured from the centre of the proposed location on the concept diagrams, or of the nearest roadway intersection at the discretion of the Development Officer.
  1. Bars and Neighbourhood Pubs, Nightclubs, Restaurants, Specialty Food Services

1 parking space per 30.0 m2 of Public Space for establishments with greater than 60.0 m2 of Public Space.

 

0 parking spaces for establishments with 60.0 m2 of Public Space or less.
  1. Breweries, Wineries and Distilleries

Off-street Parking shall be provided based on the sum of the following:

 

1 parking space per 30.0 m2 of Public Space for establishments with greater than 60.0 m2 of Public Space; or

 

0 parking spaces for establishments with 60.0 m2 of Public Space or less; and

 

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area not dedicated to Public Space.
  1. All other non-residential Uses

1 parking space per 100.0 m2 of Floor Area