8. The entire parking area, including parking spaces and aisle widths required under this Section, shall be provided with asphalt, concrete or grass paver (or the equivalent) surfacing or as otherwise permitted in this Section in accordance with specifications approved by the City Engineer. The use of recycled products will be encouraged.
a. Boat storage yards may either be asphaltic, concrete, grassphalt, or crushed stone/gravel whichever, in the discretion of the City Engineer, is likely to reasonably result in a surface that poses few if any nuisances for adjacent homes and businesses.
b. All parking stalls and pavement shall be striped, marked or otherwise delineated, using the same pattern as shown on the approved site plan. The outside edge of the parking area shall be delineated in a way to deter drivers from driving on non-paved areas.
c. Off-street parking areas shall be drained so as to dispose of all surface water accumulated in the parking area in such a way as to preclude drainage of water onto adjacent property or toward buildings. Drainage Plans are to be approved by the City Engineer.
d. Pervious paving of required parking areas is encouraged. Examples of pervious paving include pervious asphalt, brick or concrete pavers set in an aggregate base, grass paver or the equivalent.