3.93 SRA - Stillwater Rear Attached Row Housing Zone

To allow for medium density residential development in the form of Multi-unit Housing and Row Housing, with Dwellings attached at the sides or rear. This Zone is generally intended for Sites located in close proximity to open space amenity.

Residential Uses
4.1. Home Based Businesses must comply with Section 6.60.
Commercial Uses
4.2. Residential Sales Centres
4.2.1. Where a Residential Sales Centre is located on a Site, a Parking Area may be provided. The Parking Area must be: located within the same or Abutting Site; Hard Surfaced; and temporary, and must be removed once the Residential Sales Centre is no longer in operation.
4.2.2. Residential Sales Centres may only be approved to remain for a period of up to 15 years. Additional extensions may be permitted under a variance by the Development Planner.
Community Uses
4.3. Child Care Services must comply with Section 6.40.
4.4. Special Events must comply with Section 6.100.
Agricultural Uses
4.5. Urban Agriculture is not permitted in a standalone principal building.
Sign Uses
4.6. Signs must comply with Subsections 3 and 4 of Section 6.90.


5.1. Development must comply with Table 5.1:
Table 5.1. Site and Building Regulations
Subsection Regulation Value
Site area and Dimensions
5.1.1. Minimum Site area 312 m2
5.1.2. Minimum Site Width 12.0 m
5.1.3. Minimum Site Depth 26.0 m
Site Coverage
5.1.4. Maximum total Site Coverage 89%
5.1.5. Maximum Height 13.5 m
Front Setback
5.1.6. Minimum Front Setback 4.0 m
Unless the following applies:
5.1.7. Minimum Front Setback where a Treed Boulevard is provided at the front of the Lot 3.5 m
Rear Setback
5.1.8. Minimum Rear Setback 4.0 m
Unless the following applies:
5.1.9. Minimum Rear Setback where a Treed Boulevard is provided at the rear of the Lot 3.5 m
Side Setback
5.1.10. Minimum Interior Side Setback 1.2 m
5.1.11. Minimum Flanking Side Setback  2.5 m
5.1.12. Minimum Setback to the corner cut for Corner Lots  0.3 m as specified in the following diagram
Diagram for Subsection 5.1.12.
Diagram for
Garage Setbacks
5.1.13. Minimum distance between any Lot Line and the door of an attached Garage  5.5 m
Building Design Regulations
6.1. The flanking side of the principal building must not be a blank wall, and must be articulated through Architectural Elements including but not limited to recesses or projections, windows, a side entrance, a porch, or other Architectural Elements.
6.2. Each Dwelling unit within Row Housing and Multi-unit Housing must be individually defined through a combination of Architectural Elements that may include variations in the rooflines, projection or recession of the Facade, porches or entrance features, building materials, or other treatments.
6.3. Site design for Row Housing and Multi-unit Housing developments consisting of six or more attached Dwellings must include entry transition features such as but not limited to steps, decorative fences, gates, hedges, low walls, or planting beds in the Front Yard.


Amenity Areas
7.1. Despite Section 5.20, a minimum Private Outdoor Amenity Area of 5.0 m2 per Dwelling must be provided as follows:
7.1.1. The Private Outdoor Amenity Area must be permanently retained as open space, unencumbered by an Accessory building or future additions.
7.1.2. Private Outdoor Amenity Areas may be provided in the Front Yard, or on a Corner Site, within the Front or Flanking Side Yard.
7.1.3. Private Outdoor Amenity Areas may be provided above ground level provided that it has a minimum area of 5.0 m2 and a minimum width and depth of 2.0 m.
7.1.4. Screening of Private Outdoor Amenity Areas is not required from a Street, Alley or private road.
7.2. Despite Subsection 7.1, and Sections 5.20, Private Outdoor Amenity Area shall not be required for Cluster Housing where:
7.2.1. a minimum outdoor Common Amenity Area of 50.0 m2 is provided; or
7.2.2. a public Park is located adjacent to the Cluster Housing Site and not separated from the Site by a Street.
7.3. Despite Section 5.90, an unenclosed front porch or Platform Structure, may project into the Flanking Side Setback a maximum of 1.5 m. Steps and eaves may project beyond the front porch provided they are at least 0.4 m from the Lot line and do not extend over a registered utility easement. Eaves may project to the Lot line in a corner cut as shown in Subsection 5.1.12 provided they do not extend over a registered utility easement.
Other Regulations
7.4. All roof leaders from the Dwellings must be connected to the individual storm sewer service for each Lot.
7.5. All roof leaders from Accessory buildings must be connected to the individual storm sewer service for each Lot or directed to drain directly to an adjacent Alley.
7.6. Maintenance or drainage and utility easements may be required between Abutting buildings or through private Yards of one or more Dwellings to ensure adequate access for property, drainage and utility maintenance.