In the case of mixed occupancies in the building or on a lot, the total requirements for off-street parking shall be the sum of the requirements for the various uses computed separately. Off-street parking facilities of a particular use shall not be considered as providing required parking facilities for any other use except as hereinafter specified for joint use.
A. The building official may, upon application by the owner or lessee of any property, authorize the joint use of parking facilities by the following uses of activities under the conditions specified herein:
1. Up to fifty percent of the parking facilities required by this chapter for a use considered to be primarily a daytime use may be provided by the parking facilities of a use considered to be primarily a nighttime use or vice versa.
2. Up to one hundred percent of the Sunday and/or nighttime parking facilities required by this chapter for a church or auditorium incidental to a public or parochial school may be supplied by the parking facilities required for the school use.
3. For purposes of this section, the following uses are typical daytime uses: business offices, barber shops and beauty shops, manufacturing or wholesale buildings. The following uses are typical nighttime and/or Sunday uses: auditorium incidental to a public or parochial school, churches, dancehalls, theaters, and taverns.
B. A parking demand assessment is prepared by a professional traffic engineer and submitted by the applicant documenting that the hours of actual parking demand for the proposed uses will not conflict and that uses will be served by adequate parking if shared parking reductions are authorized. (Ord. 005/2019 § 10 (Exh. B))