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(1) Drive-Through Design Standards. In connection with drive-through establishments, there shall be a specially designed area for vehicle stacking located on private property between the public right-of-way and the pick-up window or service area. For a single row of vehicles, the specially designed area shall be at least 200 feet in length to allow for stacking of up to 10 cars. For a double row of vehicles, the specially designed area shall be at least 100 feet in length to allow for stacking of up to 5 cars. This area shall not interfere with safe and efficient circulation on the development site or abutting public right-of-way, nor shall the location of stacking lanes prevent access to and exit from parking spaces.

(2) Landscaping.

(a) Off-street loading areas and vehicle stacking areas shall be landscaped as required by EC 9.6420(3).

(b) In the E-1 zone, all off-street loading spaces and uses shall be on interior service courts or screened from view from all adjacent property lines according to EC 9.6210(4) High Wall Landscape Standard (L-4).

(3) Loading and Service Drives. All loading spaces for commercial and employment and industrial buildings and uses shall be off the street, shall be in addition to required off-street parking spaces, and shall be served by service drives and maneuvering areas so that no backward movement or other vehicle maneuvering within a street, other than an alley, will be required.

(Section 9.6415, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20528, enacted May 14, 2014, effective June 23, 2014.)