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Zoning Administration and Enforcement Department of Planning
Geoffrey Veale, Zoning Administrator Thomas Stosur, Director
GUIDELINES FOR NON-COMPLYING
ROWHOUSE ADDITIONS
Revised Per Ordinance 09-230, Approved on Oct. 14, 2009
Adopted by the Office of the Zoning Administrator and the Department of Planning Effective: November 1, 2010
INTRODUCTION
Ordinance 09-230 was approved on October 14, 2009 by the Mayor and City Council to amend
the Zoning Code for Baltimore City to allow for certain expansions of noncomplying attached
or semi-detached single family dwellings. The provisions regulating these expansions are
found under Subsections 13-506 and 13-507 of the Zoning Code.
In accordance with these provisions, the following guidelines must be followed for all
applications filed under this procedure. An application will not be considered complete
unless it addresses the General Guidelines listed below (Section I) and includes all specified
Drawing Requirements listed in Section II. Section III provides examples of drawings and
documentation that meet the submission requirements. For questions or more information,
contact Mr. Melvin Hicks (melvin.hicks@ / 410-396-PLAN).
SECTION I
GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR ADDITIONS
1. Additions should generally be architectur-
ally integrated into the existing house.
They should be made of brick, stucco, or
stucco-like materials. Vinyl siding is not
permitted on the portions of additions
visible from the street. Surrounding block
and neighborhood context shall be used in
the consideration of the proposed addition Right-of-way 30ft or
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2. Third floor additions or decks on houses on
narrow streets (right-of-way 30' and under,
examples include Durham St., Duncan St.,
Portugal St.) may be required to be set
back from the front fa?ade a minimum of
10 feet. When the house is an end of
group, the addition must be architecturally
integrated to the exposed side wall.
3. Limit the square footage of roof access
enclosures to 75 sqft or 25% of roof area --
whichever is less. Limit these structures to
roof access, mechanical and stairwell use
only. Roof access structures are not permit-
ted on top of new third floor additions.
Access to decks on new third floor addi-
tions should be from rear stairs.
Proposed additions to not
4. Houses with proposed additions should exceed 10% of existing
not exceed the restrictions set forth under
coverage (if existing coverage
exceeds minimum lot coverage
subsection 13-507(A). allowed under district)or project
more than 2ft.
SECTION II
DRAWING REQUIREMENTS FOR
ADDITIONS
Applicant is responsible for preparing the fol-
lowing drawings as a minimum with their
application.
1. Site plan - This plan must show the exist-
ing structures including garages and other
accessory structures in the context of the
lot area. It must include the property lines
and dimensions, clearly showing existing
and proposed construction.
2. Building elevations - These must include
a front elevation, rear elevation and, for
end of group houses, a side elevation.
The elevations must clearly differentiate
between existing and proposed structure.
3. Building cross-sections - This drawing must
include existing building, proposed addi-
SITE PLAN tion and any decks or other exterior ele-
ments.
4. All drawings must be to scale and labeled
with dimensions, existing and proposed
materials.
5. Color photograph(s) showing the exist-
. ing conditions, including front and rear
of the subject property and adjacent
properties. For end of group lots, pic-
tures of side elevation must be presented
as well.
6. The application and drawings must include
a name, address, phone number (and
email if available) for the applicant.
Drawing submittals should preferably be
in an 8-1/2" x 11" format, submissions
larger than 11" x 17" will not be accepted.
DRAWING OF FRONT ELEVATION
SECTION III
EXAMPLES OF DOCUMENTATION AND DRAWINGS
EXAMPLE
PHOTO OF REAR ELEVATION
EEXXAAMMPPLLEE
PHOTO OF FRONT ELEVATION
SHOWING SIDE ELEVATION
XAMPLE
EEXAMPLE
EXAMPLE
OBLIQUE PHOTO OF REAR ELEVATION OBLIQUE PHOTO OF FRONT ELEVATION
SHOW NEIGHBORING BUILDINGS SHOWING NEIGHBORING BUILDINGS
Applicant/Owner's Name
Property Address
City, State Zip Code
Phone/Email
DRAWING EXAMPLES
SITE PLAN FRONT ELEVATION
DRAWING EXAMPLES CONT.
BUILDING CROSS SECTION

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