Edmonton Zoning Bylaw 12800

160     (RF5) Row Housing Zone

Bylaw 15632

December 13, 2010

160.1     General Purpose

Charter Bylaw 18967

August 26, 2019

 

The purpose of this Zone is to provide for ground oriented housing.

160.2     Permitted Uses

  1. Limited Group Homes

  2. Minor Home Based Business

Charter Bylaw 18967

August 26, 2019

  1. Multi-unit Housing

Charter Bylaw 18484

August 20, 2018

  1. Secondary Suites

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Gardens

  1. Fascia On-premises Signs

160.3       Discretionary Uses

  1. Child Care Services

  2. Garden Suites

  3. Group Homes

Bylaw 15953

November 13, 2012

  1. Lodging Houses

  2. Major Home Based Business

  3. Religious Assembly

  4. Residential Sales Centre

  5. Semi-detached Housing

  6. Single Detached Housing

Charter Bylaw 18613

November 26, 2018

  1. Special Event

Bylaw 17403

October 19, 2015

Effective date: February 1, 2016

  1. Urban Outdoor Farms

  1. Freestanding On-premises Signs

  1. Temporary On-premises Signs

Charter Bylaw 18967

August 26, 2019

160.4     Development Regulations for Permitted and Discretionary Uses

  1. The minimum Site Area shall be 125 m2 per principal Dwelling.

  2. The minimum Site Width shall be 5.0 m.

  3. The minimum Site Depth shall be 30.0 m.

  4. The minimum Density shall be 35 Dwellings/ha.

  5. The maximum Height shall not exceed 10.0 m, in accordance with Section 52.

  6. The maximum total Site Coverage shall be 50%. The maximum total Site Coverage shall be increased by up to 2% of the Site Area to accommodate single Storey Unenclosed Front Porches.

  7. The minimum Front Setback shall be 4.5 m, except that:

  1. the minimum Front Setback shall be 3.0 m when a Treed Landscaped Boulevard is provided at the front of the Lot and  vehicular access is from a Lane; and

  2. the minimum distance between the Front Lot Line and the door of an attached Garage shall be 5.5 m.

  1. The minimum Rear Setback shall be 7.5 m, except that:

  1. the minimum Rear Setback may be reduced to 5.5 m for a rear attached garage

  2. individual buildings that are 6.5 m or less in Height may have a minimum Rear Setback of 1.2 m.

  1. The minimum Side Setbacks shall be 1.2 m, except that it shall be 3.0 m where the Side Yard abuts a flanking public roadway other than a Lane.

  2. Parking, loading, storage, or trash collection may be permitted within the Side Setback, provided a minimum 1.5 m wide landscaping buffer is provided within the setback and that all parking and service areas are screened from view from any Site zoned to allow Single Detached Housing as a Permitted Use.

  3. Separation Space shall be provided in accordance with Section 48 of this Bylaw.

  4. The average number of bedrooms per principal Dwelling in a development shall be at least 2.25.

  5. Amenity Area shall be provided in accordance with Section 46 of this Bylaw.

  6. Where detached rear parking Garages are developed, the maximum width of the building containing the Garage(s) shall not exceed:

  1. 25 m, provided that the building does not contain more than four separate Garages, outside of the boundaries of the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO); or

  2. 13 m, provided that the building does not contain more than two separate Garages, within the boundaries of the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO).

  1. Notwithstanding the other regulations in this Zone, in the case of Multi-unit Project Developments, a building containing rear detached Garages may exceed the maximum width and total number of Garages allowed as specified under subsection 160.4(14)(a) of this Zone, outside the boundaries of the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO).

  2. Signs shall comply with the regulations found in Schedule 59A.

  3. Each principal Dwelling within Semi-detached Housing shall be individually defined through a combination of architectural features that may include variations in the rooflines, projection or recession of the façade, porches or entrance features, building materials, or other treatments.

  4. On Corner Sites the Façades of a principal building abutting the Front Lot Line and flanking Side Lot Line shall use consistent building materials and architectural features, and shall include features such as windows, doors, or porches.

  5. Side and front Façades shall include design techniques including, but not limited to, the use of varied rooflines, variations in building Setbacks and articulation of building Façades, in order to minimize the perception of massing, eliminate large uninterrupted expanses of wall and provide visual interest when the structure is viewed from an adjacent Lot or roadway.

  6. Where the Site Abuts a Lane, vehicular access shall be from the Lane.

  7. Principal buildings adjacent to a public roadway, other than a Lane, shall have an entrance feature facing that public roadway.

  8. Where a building Façade with a length of 12.2 m or greater is adjacent to a public roadway other than a Lane, all principal Dwellings along this Façade with Floor Area at ground level shall have an entrance door that fronts onto the roadway. Up to two Dwellings may share one of these entrance doors. Sliding patio doors shall not serve as this entrance.

  9. Urban Outdoor Farms shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw.

  10. Urban Gardens shall comply with Section 98 of this Bylaw.