can any one tell me if there is a ratio of residence parking spots to visitor parking spots in apartments

my apartments are going to parking permits and are requiring proof of drivers license, registration, and insurance before they will give residences a pass for a car, which I don't think is legal. There are also very few visitor spaces so I am trying to figure out if there is a guide line for all this
In Leasing Property - Asked by Amy S. - May 31, 2011
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creative g.
Owner/Investor
Phoenix, AZ

Amy:
the Fort Worth, Texas zoning is responsible for issuing permits to the owners of apartment complexes or leasing. The following link should assist you in answering your question.
http://www.fortworthgov.org/planninganddevelopment/zoninginfo.aspx?id=58846
Fort Worth planning and development department issues the rules for property owners.
http://www.fortworthgov.org/planninganddevelopment/dev.aspx?id=6472
Give them a call and request the rules for your situation.
http://www.fortworthgov.org/contact/

May 31, 2011
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Rick L.
Doral, FL

Amy,
I own a residential complex in Miami Dade County. 36 apartment units have 1 parking space per unit and 10 visiting spaces plus ADA's for the complex. Always check the Zonning Ordinance of your city or munacipality.
Rick.

May 31, 2011
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Gregory G.
Broker/Agent
San Francisco, CA

Check with the local municipality.
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Gregory Garver - Commercial Real Estate Broker
Broker License# 01716531
(415)968-6065
greg@nnnbrokersusa.com
http://www.gregorygarver.com

Jun 11, 2011
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