or beauty shops.
and dry cleaning shops and laundry services. No dust, lint, noise, vibration
or odor generated by the plant operation shall be perceptible from any
adjoining premises. Only nonflammable, nonexplosive synthetic solvents shall be
appliance, radio or television repair shops.
uses, including shelters for the homeless. Such uses shall be considered
nonresidential for purposes of subsection (c) of this section.
for small pets, provided that no animals are kept overnight, that there are no
kennels on the premises and that the entire operation is carried on within a
coin-operated, or self-service laundries or self-service dry cleaning shops
with no accessory drive-up service windows. All equipment shall be so installed
and anchored as to eliminate vibration. No dust, lint, noise or odor generated
by this operation shall be perceptible at the boundaries of the premises.
and reproduction services.
stations for the sale and dispensing of gasoline and oil only with a maximum of
four fueling islands, but not including body or fender repair work.
stations for passenger pickup and discharge only.
for motor repair of passenger vehicles.
businesses, including garage, servicing and parking facilities.
commercial except pawnshops:
galleries and shops.
or pastry shops (retail only).
or cocktail lounges, when in conformance with chapter 10.
and commercial schools.
supplies and services.
or ready-to-wear stores.
photography and processing.
with no accessory drive-up service
goods or notions stores.
or gift shops.
food lockers for individual or family use.
homes or stores.
fruit or vegetable stores.
printing, newspapers, lithography and publishing.
Meat markets or delicatessens.
stores (instruments and recordings).
or taverns, when in compliance with chapter 10.
liquor stores, when in compliance with chapter 10.
shops, if entirely within a building.
centers and activities within a building enclosed with walls and a roof,
including but not limited to arcades, skating rinks, trampoline centers,
batting cages, dancehalls, pool halls, pony tracks or rings for children only,
miniature golf courses and miniature trains, and theaters or movies (other than
excluding drive-ins, and with no accessory drive-up service. The serving
of alcoholic beverages as an incidental accessory use is subject to the
definition for restaurants serving substantial quantities of food as contained
in chapter 10.
utility stations or substations or terminals.
animal hospitals if in a soundproofed and air conditioned building without outside
pens. The boarding of well animals is permitted as an accessory use; provided
that the operation is enclosed within a building, is soundproofed, and is
adequately ventilated; provided, further, that such animals may be exercised
outside the building as long as noise levels created do not exceed 80 decibels
at property lines shared with commercially zoned property or 60 decibels at
property lines shared with residentially zoned property.
f. Other business or
service activities of the character enumerated in this subsection, not included
in any other category.
a. Accessory uses
customarily incidental to a local retail activity; provided however, car washes
are specifically not permitted as an accessory use to a service station.
b. Drive-in, drive-up
or drive-through facilities are not permitted as an accessory use except for
banks, savings and loan associations and other financial institutions.
c. Motion picture
arcade booths are not permitted as an accessory use in this zoning district nor
in any other zoning district in the zoning ordinance.
yard and area regulations. In district BBD, the height of the buildings or
structures, the minimum dimensions of lots and yards and the minimum lot area
per family permitted on any lot shall be as follows, provided that buildings
erected exclusively for dwelling purposes shall comply with the front, side and
rear yard requirements in district R-4:
(1) Height. Buildings or structures
shall not exceed two and one-half stories or 35 feet in height.
residential dwelling structure. Same as in district R-4. All other residential
dwelling structures shall conform with the requirements contained in subsection
(g), architectural standards.
b. Nonresidential or
mixed use structure shall conform with the requirements contained in subsection
(g), architectural standards. Mixed use structure shall be defined as a
structure containing both residential and nonresidential uses.
dwelling structure. Same as in district R-4.
b. Nonresidential or
mixed use structure. There shall be a side yard along the side line of a
property in the business district, which line abuts, adjoins or is within eight
feet of a boundary of a residential district, districts R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4 and
R-5, equal to eight feet, measured from the residential district boundary line.
Otherwise no side yard is required. In the event of a conflict, those
regulations identified in subsection (g), architectural standards, of this
section shall take precedence over these regulations.
dwelling structure. Same as in district R-4.
b. Nonresidential or
mixed use structure. Same as in district C-1. In the event of a conflict,
those regulations identified in subsection (g), architectural standards, of
this section shall take precedence over these regulations.
one-and two-family dwellings, 4,000 square feet.
three-family dwellings, including conversions, 5,000 square feet.
dwellings with more than three families, other than row houses or apartment
houses 5,000 square feet, with 1,000 square feet additional for each family
row houses, 1,000 square feet per family.
b. Apartment houses
and mixed use structures. For apartment houses and buildings used jointly for
business and residence purposes, 350 square feet per family. The further
limitations on buildings used jointly for apartment house uses or for business
and residence purposes, per section 80-250(6)a and b shall not apply.
structures. There shall be no lot area requirement for nonresidential
and loading regulations. Loading regulations for all uses and parking for
buildings erected exclusively for dwelling purposes shall be as provided in
section 80-444 and 80-445. There are no minimum non-residential parking
requirements in this district and there are no minimum residential parking
requirements for residential units in mixed use structures in this district.
An individual non-residential use may not provide more than one and one-half
times the minimum parking requirements of Section 80-444 on the same lot or on
a combination of the same and contiguous lots in any zoning district, provided
however, any individual use that would require four or fewer spaces under
Section 80-444 may provide up to six parking spaces. Multiple tenants in a
common structure or structures sharing a common wall shall be considered an
individual use for purposes of this calculation. Mixed use structures may provide
a maximum of one parking space per dwelling unit for purposes of this
Signs shall be allowed as permitted in Section 80-220 (c) (1), except that
80-220 (c) (1) a. (pylon signs), 80-220(c)(1)b. (monument signs),
80-220 (c) (1) e. (digital equipment displays), 80-220 (c) (1) f. (changeable
copy panels), 80-220 (c) (1) m. (roof signs) and 80-220 (e) (outdoor
advertising signs) are not permitted in this district. Signs, except for
incidental or temporary signs, shall contain only the name and/or logo of the
business and a general description of the products or services offered.
Further, signs for the uses of land as designated in section 80-41(3)(a) shall
conform as provided in section 80-42(c)(6) except that freestanding signs,
including pole signs and monument signs, are not permitted in this district.
For purposes of this district, and the definition of sign per Section 80-20
(a) notwithstanding, a licensed or unlicenced vehicle, boat or trailer
displaying advertising copy, other than an operable vehicle used in the daily
conduct of business, is considered a sign, and is prohibited.
building size. No building except grocery stores in this district shall
exceed 10,000 square feet in area for any single floor. Building for this
purpose is defined as a separate structure or a building or tenant space
sharing a common wall through which no access is allowed. Grocery stores shall
not exceed 25,000 square feet in area for any single floor.
(1) Structures other than
single-family residential dwelling structures. All structures, except for
single-family residential dwelling structures, shall be built to the street
right of way line. Such structures on lots with frontage on more than one
street line need only be built to one street line. At least three square feet
of window or door openings per lineal foot of street wall frontage shall be
provided on the first floor elevation. For new construction or exterior
renovation of existing structures, exterior materials, except doors and
windows, shall be of stone, brick, stucco or wood.
(2) Screening. Parking for
non-residential or mixed use structures must be screened from the street by a
wall, fence, landscaping or berm between 18 inches and 42 inches in height.
Roof-mounted mechanical equipment must be screened from the view of the street
and adjacent property. Dumpsters and other waste receptacles must be enclosed
by a solid wall or fence at least as high as the receptacles.
(3) Fences. New fences for
non-residential or mixed use structures, other than those erected in
satisfaction of the screening requirements of Section 52-34 (Parking Stations)
of the Code of Ordinances or those enclosing dumpsters and other waste receptacles
per (g)(2) of this subsection, must be of wrought iron or decorative steel
construction. Chain link fences, with or without opaque slat inserts, are
prohibited in this district.
(4) Lighting. Floodlights or
lights which illuminate open areas in connection with any of the uses listed in
this section shall be so arranged as to reflect the light away from any
adjoining residential property, and the intensity shall not exceed two lux
measured at any property line.
Section 2. That
the Council finds and declares that before taking any action on the proposed
amendment hereinabove, all public notices and hearings required by the Zoning
Ordinance have been given and had.
I hereby certify
that as required by Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, the foregoing ordinance was
duly advertised and public hearings were held.
City Plan Commission
as to form and legality: