Lands with a zoning classification of R 5,400a, R 4,000, R 2,800, DC, DT, DN, GDC, or R-AC where offspring lots are created through the subdivision provisions of BMC Title 15 may apply the following special setbacks to offspring lots within a parent site; provided, however, that setbacks from the exterior lot lines of the parent site shall be consistent with BMC 12.14.030(A), 12.14.050, 12.14.060, 12.14.070, and 12.14.080(B):
A. Side and rear yard setbacks from offspring lot lines that are not a parent site lot line may be based upon the building separation requirements of the applicable building and fire codes; provided, that zero, common, or shared lot lines may be allowed as set forth within subsection C of this section;
B. Front yard setbacks from internal private access streets and/or access drives shall be at least five feet or shall be set back from the internal private access street and/or access drive tract or easement line sufficient to provide a straight line length of at least 25 feet from the access point of the garage, carport or parking area to the opposite edge of the private access street and/or access drive tract or easement. No portion of a garage or any garage door which may be in motion may cross any lot line;
C. Zero, common, or shared lot lines may be permitted subject to the standards of the applicable building and fire codes;
D. Existing developments comprising detached condominiums or common wall townhouses may utilize the setback provisions of this section if converting to fee simple lots as provided by the subdivision process of BMC Title 15; and
E. Figure 12.14.085-1 provides a visual example of the parent site and offspring lot line setback requirements as set forth within subsections A, B, and C of this section and Figure 12.14.085-2 provides a visual example of zero, common, or shared offspring lot line requirements as set forth within subsection C of this section.
(Ord. 2123 § 2 (Exh. B), 2013).