A. Front Yard Setbacks.
1. Front yard setbacks shall be measured from the street right-of-way boundary to a line parallel to and measured perpendicularly from the street right-of-way boundary. In the case of corner lots, there shall be a front yard setback provided for each lot side abutting an existing or proposed public right-of-way. The yards opposite said front yards need only meet the side yard setback requirements.
2. Where a property abuts a street identified as a collector, minor arterial, principal arterial or freeway/limited access highway in the Imagine Bothell... Comprehensive Plan, the front yard setback shall be measured from the projected right-of-way boundary for the street as if it were fully developed in accordance with the plan.
3. Should the edge of a street surface improvement, including roadway, curb and gutter, and sidewalk, extend beyond the street right-of-way boundary, the front yard setback shall be measured from the edge of the surface improvement. For the purposes of this chapter, the edge of the surface improvements shall be the edge of the pavement, curb or sidewalk.
B. Side and rear yard setbacks shall be measured from the interior lot line to a line parallel to and measured perpendicularly from the interior lot lines at the depth prescribed for each zone.
C. The director is authorized to designate front, side and rear yard setbacks in accordance with subsections A and B of this section. If these subsections do not establish a front, side and rear yard setback, the director shall establish the setbacks based upon orientation of the lot to surrounding lots and to any existing development pattern. All other setbacks shall be established in relation to the established front, side and rear yard setbacks. (Ord. 2123 § 2 (Exh. B), 2013; Ord. 1815 § 1, 2000; Ord. 1798 § 1, 2000; Ord. 1629 § 1, 1996).