Play equipment is permitted accessory to a detached, semi-detached, linked, duplex, triplex, and street townhouse dwelling and shall comply with the regulations contained in Table 22.214.171.124 (as shown below)
Play equipment associated with day-care uses and mid to high-rise residential buildings is reviewed and approved through the site plan process.
Table 126.96.36.199 - Play Equipment Regulations
||MAXIMUM AREA OCCUPIED
From established grade to highest point of the structure
||rear yard only
||MAXIMUM PERCENTAGE OF THE TOTAL
PERIMETER OF THE PLAY EQUIPMENT
PERMITTED TO BE ENCLOSED BY WALLS, DOOR
AND/OR WINDOWS BUT EXCLUDING SCREENING
||MINIMUM SETBACKS TO INTERIOR SIDE AND REAR LOT LINES
Play equipment accessory to a detached, semi-detached, linked, duplex, triplex and street townhouse dwelling that does not comply with the regulation contained in the above Table 188.8.131.52 – Play Equipment Regulations shall be considered an accessory building or structure.
means a structure that is designed and used for play and recreation.
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