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19.06.200. Criteria and conditions

            (1)        General.

                        (a)        Title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses shall be located and maintained in accordance with the following standards and conditions:

                                    Title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses shall only be allowed as a conditional use in areas zoned CP-2 (planned community commercial) or C-H (planned highway commercial).

                        (b)        Title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses shall not be located within one thousand five hundred feet (1,500') of another title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar business within or outside of Layton City boundaries.  The distance shall be measured in a straight line from the main entrance of the establishments.

                        (c)        Title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses shall be limited to one (1) title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar business per ten thousand (10,000) in Layton City population.  The total population figures shall be based on the U.S. Census Bureau's report for Layton City.

            (2)        The following shall only apply to title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses that had an active business license before February 3, 2011, in Layton City:

                        (a)        Termination of business license.  If any title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, or similar business fails to renew its Layton City Business License or vacates the premises, then the business and use is deemed terminated.  All title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar businesses that do not meet the zoning and separation requirements shall be considered nonconforming and will be subject to the provisions of Section 19.15.030 of the Layton Municipal Code.

                        (b)        Relocation of existing business.  Any title loan, payday loan, deferred deposit lending, and similar business existing before February 3, 2011, shall be allowed to relocate to a new site that meets the zoning and separation requirements outlined in this ordinance.  The nonconforming status of the prior site is deemed to have been terminated.


Ord. No. 11-03, Enacted, 3/17/2011

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