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City of Nashua, NH. If you do not agree to the Terms of Use, please do not use eCode Pin open the table of contents Table of Contents. Dimensional standards. O ]. It is the intent of this section to allow for the keeping of domestic female chickens on a lot for the sole use and enjoyment of the residents of the lot on which such chickens are kept, while at the same time preserving the quality of life of the surrounding neighborhood by not allowing chickens to be kept in a or in a manner that could create a nuisance.

This section does not apply to R and R zoning districts. Only female chickens are allowed to be kept. Adult male or crowing male chickens roosters are prohibited. Chickens shall be secured in a coop during nondaylight hours. A coop is a roofed structure enclosed on all sides which protects the chickens from the weather, rodents and wild and domestic animals. Coops must meet the following standards:. A minimum of 10 square feet of floor space per chicken in the coop is required if no run is provided.

Each chicken must have a total available ground space including coop and run, if any of at least 10 square feet per chicken. A run is a fenced area outside the coop. An enclosed run is completely bound on all sides, including overhead, by a fence, cage or wire. An enclosed run must be attached to the coop. The maximum height for an enclosed run is eight feet measuring from the ground to the top of the structure. A run shall be kept in a neat and sanitary condition at all times, and in a manner that will not disturb neighboring lots due to noise, odor or other adverse impact.

No more than three cubic feet of manure shall be stored. This section applies to any accessory dwelling unit. The covenant shall read substantially as follows:. The continued use of the accessory dwelling unit is conditioned upon compliance with all current and subsequently adopted ordinances and statutes applicable to the property. The granting of a certificate of occupancy of the accessory dwelling unit shall be contingent upon receipt of the covenant and fees.

Purpose: The purpose of this section is to provide reasonable, pedestrian-friendly de standards that accommodate a variety of housing types while protecting surrounding neighborhoods. This section implements the Housing Element of the Master Plan.

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Multifamily development. Purpose: The purpose of this section is to provide reasonable de standards for multifamily residential developments that:. Accommodate affordable housing for current and future residents of the county. Protect the health, safety and general welfare of the general public and occupants of the units.

Protect the property values of surrounding dwelling units. Promote a pedestrian-friendly, walkable streetscape; and. Provide for aesthetically pleasing development patterns.

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The open space requirements of this section shall not apply to multifamily residential developments which are second-floor units above first-floor commercial development, or to any residential developments in the D Zoning District that are located above the first floor. Open space provided pursuant to this requirement shall be accessible to all residents of the development and shall measure at least 30 feet across its narrowest dimension.

Sidewalks, in combination with curbs, shall be required adjacent to all public streets that provide access to the development. Such improvements may be subject to road widening and other related improvements. Room renting. The purpose of this section is to regulate bed-and-breakfast establishments within the City. Such establishments as specified by zoning district are subject to the conditions of this section. The individual or family who operated the bed-and-breakfast facility must occupy the house as their primary residence.

The maximum of permitted guest rooms per bed-and-breakfast establishment within each zoning district shall be as indicated in the following table. Any bed-and-breakfast establishment with more than 12 guests rooms shall be considered a hotel and shall comply with the zoning provisions for such uses.

Up to 7 additional guest rooms may be permitted in the R-C District by special exception. No s are permitted within residential districts except for a nameplate not exceeding one square foot in size and consisting of the name of the establishment only.

This nameplate may be attached to the building, gatepost, gate, or other permanent fixture to allow visibility from the street. Tandem parking is allowed. However, except for the driveway, the front yard shall not be used for parking. Food services and alcohol may only be provided to overnight guests of a bed-and-breakfast facility pursuant to applicable state and county regulations.

For the location of a recreational vehicle or camper on a lot in a residential district, the following requirements apply:. A camper owned by a property owner or lessee may be stored or parked on the premises of the owner or lessee during periods of nonuse in any residential district, providing the camper remains mobile. A camper not registered to operate on public highways must be located so as to comply with the minimum setbacks for a structure situated in the zoning district where the camper is located. Guest stationing.

Any property owner or lessee in any residential district may accommodate one camper of a nonpaying guest for a period not to exceed 30 days in any one calendar year, provided that:. Such notification may be given orally or in writing, and the Building Department Manager shall then enter it upon his records and shall issue a permit.

day-care facility as a principal use is subject to the following standards:. Where the lot is located within or adjacent to a residential district, the enclosure shall be a solid fence made of wood or other suitable material not more than six feet in height which shall be erected and maintained in good condition around the outdoor activity area.

Child day-care facilities located within a dwelling unit and providing care for more than three children are subject to the following standards and requirements:. Child day-care facilities accessory to a principal nonresidential use are subject to the following standards and requirements:. Where the facility is located within or adjacent to a residential district, the outdoor activity area shall be enclosed by a solid fence made of wood or other suitable material not less than six feet in height which shall be erected and maintained in good condition around the outdoor activity area.

Outdoor play for any child day-care facility located within any residential district is restricted to the hours of a. Churches shall comply with all of the dimensional standards for the applicable zoning district, provided that:. Purpose and findings: In order to accommodate the communication needs of residents and businesses while protecting the public safety and general welfare of the community, the City finds that these regulations are necessary in order to:.

Facilitate the provision of wireless telecommunication services to the residents and businesses of the City. Minimize adverse visual effects of communications towers and antennas through careful de and siting standards. Minimize economic impacts on adjacent property values. Avoid potential damage to adjacent properties from tower failure through setback requirements; and.

Maximize the use of existing and approved towers and buildings to accommodate new wireless telecommunication antennas in order to reduce the of towers needed to serve the community. City-wide tower and antenna location plan. A City-wide tower and antenna location plan for all communications towers and antennas anticipated by the applicant must be submitted by the applicant prior to or at the time of the application to the Planning Board. The planning staff shall review the proposed plan to ensure its consistency with this subsection and the purpose statement recited above. Said plan shall then be forwarded to the Planning Board with a recommendation from the staff.

Upon approval of the Planning Board, all antennas shall be installed consistent with said plan. Any amendment to the plan shall be reviewed by the planning staff for consistency with the original plan, including but not limited to such factors astype, and location of antennas, and forwarded to the Planning Board with any future requests for exceptions based on the plan, along with the recommendation of the staff regarding the amendment to the plan.

No special exception application shall be approved by the Zoning Board of Adjustment unless the communications tower complies with the criteria established in Subsections C through L of this section. The Zoning Board of Adjustment may waive the requirements of Subsections C location and E height to the extent necessary to resolve any gap in service where required by the Federal Telecommunications Act of Tower locations.

All communications towers erected, constructed, located, replaced, altered, or extended within the City shall comply with the following requirements:. All users are to be charged industry standard rates on a competitively neutral and nondiscriminatory basis. Towers must be deed to allow for future rearrangement of antennas upon the tower and to accept antennas mounted at varying heights. Where reasonably practicable, all proposed or modified towers and antennas shall be deed to blend into the surrounding environment the use of color and camouflaging architectural treatments, except in instances where the color is dictated by federal or state authorities such as the Federal Aviation Administration.

The Planning Board may require such architectural treatments or other de techniques as it deems necessary in order to meet the provisions of this subsection. The height of towers shall be determined by measuring the vertical distance from the tower's point of contact with the ground or rooftop to the highest point of the tower including all antennas or other attachments. When towers are mounted upon other structures, the combined height of the structure and tower shall be used in determining compliance with the tower location requirements set forth in Subsection C above.

No communications tower or antenna shall have affixed or attached to it in any way except during time of repair or installation, any lights, reflectors, flashers, or other illuminating devices, except as required by the Federal Aviation Agency or the Federal Communications Commission.

When incorporated into the approved de of the tower, light fixtures used to illuminate ball fields, parking lots, or similar areas or United States flags may be attached to the tower. s and advertising. The use of any portion of a tower for s or advertising purposes is prohibited, with the exception of the provisions of Subsection J below. Communications tower safety.

No communications tower shall have constructed thereon, or attached thereto, in any way, any platform, catwalk, crow's nest, or like structure, except during periods of construction or repair. Every communications tower affixed to the ground shall be protected to prohibit climbing of the tower by unauthorized persons.

At a minimum, the tower base and associated equipment shall be surrounded by a fence of a de agreeable to the zone and in keeping with the character of the site, of at least six feet in height if practicable. Accessory utility buildings. All utility buildings and structures accessory to a tower shall be architecturally deed to blend in with the surrounding environment and shall meet the minimum setback requirements of the underlying zoning district. Antennas as an accessory use. Antennas are allowed as an accessory use on s or their associated structural supports, lighting poles or other similar structures, provided that the structure otherwise conforms to the City Code, and that the nature of the structure is not substantially altered by the addition of the antenna, and that the antenna is mounted no more than 20 feet above the existing height of the structure.

Additional submittal requirements. In addition to the information required elsewhere in this chapter and regularly required by the Planning Board, and all other information deemed necessary to evaluate the request, development applications for towers shall include the supplemental information required by Article XLIII. Abandoned or unused towers, portions of towers, or antennas. Abandoned or unused towers, portions of towers, or antennas shall be removed as follows:.

A copy of the relevant portions of a ed lease which requires the applicant to remove the tower and associated facilities upon cessation of operations at the site shall be submitted at the time of application. In the event that a tower is not removed within 12 months of the cessation of operations at a site, the tower and associated facilities may be removed by the City and the costs of removal assessed against the commercial wireless telecommunications service or the property owner. A bond certificate shall be submitted to the City of Nashua 30 days before final approval to erect the tower.

The amount of said bond shall be reviewed by the planning staff every five years to ensure the amount of the security is adequate and may be increased if necessary. This section encourages the redevelopment of existing shopping centers, big-box retail sites, and other sites characterized by large expanses of surface parking into a development pattern that is pedestrian friendly, compatible with surrounding development, provides a visually attractive site de, and which reduces reliance on the automobile for vehicular trips.

This section implements the following Master Plan recommendations:. Encourage and support businesses that reduce employee and product-related vehicle trips. Encourage and support businesses that are working to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and other nonrenewable resources. Size and location of site. No minimum parcel size is required.

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Uses and density. Development may consist of the following activities:. The height of buildings adding aboveground apartments shall not exceed that deated in Table below. Table Additional Stories of Apartment Use Permitted. Adequate public facilities.

Site de. The additional buildings shall have a facade oriented to the principal buildings and a facade facing the frontage line. Open space and parks. A commercial retrofit is not subject to the open space, parks, recreation and civic space standards of this chapter Article XXIX ; provided, however, that a commercial retrofit may provide plazas, courtyards, or forecourts. Conservation regulations. A commercial retrofit is not subject to the conservation regulations of this chapter Article XXV. Parking areas shall not ad buildings at the front or the primary entryway. This option provides flexibility in site de in order to allow developers to preserve common open space and natural resources.

The specific purposes of this section are:.

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To protect the public health, safety and general welfare by avoiding surface and groundwater pollution, contaminated runoff, air quality contamination, and urban heat islands which result from pavement and the clearing of natural vegetation. To protect and preserve natural resources such as wetlands, streams, lakes, steep slopes, woodlands, and water recharge areas. To reduce infrastructure and housing costs by reducing the engineering and construction costs produced by conventional subdivision de, which requires more pavement, wetland crossings, grading of trees and natural areas, and maintenance from lawn and landscaping maintenance.

To protect property values by allowing open space de features which enhance the marketability of development.

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