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19.05.050. Development regulations specific to professional business, commercial, and manufacturing zoning districts

            (1)        Private access to non-residential uses.  Private roads providing access to professional, commercial, or industrial properties shall not be permitted to be constructed through properties zoned primarily for residential use.

            (2)        Gasoline pump islands.  Gasoline pump islands where permitted, except those under roofs or canopies, as follows:  those parallel to property line – twelve foot (12') setback; those set at an angle with respect to property line shall be set back the distance required to provide one (1) parking space ten feet (10') wide and twenty feet (20') long on each side of the pump island between property line and the closest pump to property line in the normal service position along a line lying parallel to the pump island.

            (3)        Canopies or overhead structures.  On commercial or industrial uses, canopies or other overhead structures, whether freestanding or extending from a structure, may extend no closer than fifteen feet (15') from any lot line.

            (4)        Reduction of commercial setbacks adjacent to residential zoning districts.  The Planning Commission may reduce or waive the building setbacks for commercial uses adjacent to residential zoning districts with consideration to the following stipulations:

                        (a)        The building setback requirements may be waived or modified where the adjacent land is designated on the Office Zoning District Map or in the General Plan for a use similar to that of the parcel under site plan consideration;

                        (b)        The building setback requirements may be waived or modified where the adjoining property is used for any public purpose other than a school or hospital; and

                        (c)        The building setbacks may be waived or modified where the adjacent residential property is used for any conditional use.

Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-19, Enacted, 4/17/1997
Ord. No. 04-69, Recodified, 12/16/2004

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