If the depth of the front yard is greater than 12 feet.
Common open space: Area required as open space under Chapter 33 or municipal codes for various zoning districts. Controlled plant species: Those plant species listed in the Landscape Manual Hatrack: To flat-cut the top of a tree, severing the leader or leaders, or the removal of any branch three (3) inches or greater in diameter at any File Size: KB.
All landscaped areas are to have minimum six (6”) inches of topsoil and are to be crowned a minimum six (6”) inches higher than adjacent curbs or walks.
Plant Material Sizes (minimum) Shade/Canopy trees.
3” caliper. Ornamental/Understory trees. 2” caliper. Evergreen trees fall tree outline printable replacement trees.
Rush Residential purchased about 10 acres of undeveloped land from the Greater Tacoma Community Foundation in
open space are planted with ground cover, shrubs, or trees. o Open Space Summary Table. Indicate required and proposed square footage for usable open space areas, including private open space, common open space, and recreation rooms (if proposed), and landscaping of common open space areas.
Area Calculations Provide area calculations for individual and total landscaped, and landscaped open space. The tree protection open space shall be a contiguous area.
However, such balconies may be recessed into a building wall up to a maximum depth of six feet provided that at least 33 percent of the perimeter of such balcony is unenclosed except for a parapet or railing; e be located at or higher than the floor level of the third story of a building or at least 20 feet above curb level, except that for buildings containing residences not more than 32 feet in height, such balcony may be located at or higher than the floor level of the second story provided that such balcony is located not lower than seven feet above curb level or seven feet above natural grade, whichever is higher; and f have an aggregate width, at the level of any story, not exceeding 50 percent of the width at that level of the plane surface of the building wall from which it projects.
The tree protection open space is required to be eighty percent covered by tree canopy after fifteen years utilizing retained and/or replacement trees. Approved trees and their CRZ area within a critical area buffer may count for up to fifty percent of the required tree protection open space. Stormwater facilities can be considered as part of the tree protection open space if trees. Jul 29, The approval allowed for some tree cutting, but with requirements, including open space tract at the top of the slopes, according to a Vegetation Management Plan for the project.