County of York, VA
 
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[Ord. No. 11-15(R), 11-16-2011]
(a) 
All off-street parking and loading spaces, circulation drives, and paved fire lanes for institutional uses shall be located not less than 25 feet from any residential property line and shall be effectively screened from view from adjacent residential properties by landscaping supplemented, as necessary, by appropriate fencing materials.
(b) 
Unless waived in writing by the zoning administrator at the time of application, a traffic impact study prepared in accordance with the standards established in Article II of this chapter shall be submitted with all applications for institutional uses. The study shall either find that such a facility will have no excessive or adverse impact on residential streets nor will there be a demonstrable safety hazard at the site entrance(s) or it shall determine what improvements are necessary to making such a finding.
(c) 
Outdoor lighting shall be sufficient to protect public safety; however, it shall be directed away from property lines and rights-of-way and shall not cast unreasonable or objectionable glare on adjacent properties and streets.
(d) 
Site and building design shall be accomplished in a manner that will appropriately minimize and mitigate any noise associated with HVAC, emergency generator systems, or other mechanical equipment that would otherwise be audible on any adjacent residentially zoned property.
[Ord. No. 11-15(R), 11-16-2011]
(a) 
The minimum area of any parcel on which such uses may be proposed shall be four times the minimum lot area for the zoning district in which located or five acres, whichever is less.
(b) 
The maximum number of resident occupants in such facility shall be established by the Board of Supervisors in consideration of the character of the site and the surrounding area, infrastructure and service delivery capacities, compatibility with existing and potential development in the area, and such other factors as the Board may deem appropriate.
(c) 
The provisions of Article VI - Off-Street Parking and Loading notwithstanding, the minimum required number of parking spaces shall be established by the Board of Supervisors on a case-by-case basis in consideration of the specific characteristics and operational policies of the proposed facility, as documented in writing by the applicant.