Laboratory - Medical, Analytical, Testing. A facility for testing, analysis, and/or research. Examples of this use include medical labs, soils and materials testing labs, and forensic labs.
Laboratory – Cannabis. Testing laboratories that offer or perform testing of cannabis or cannabis products in accordance with Petaluma Municipal Code sections 10.15.020 and 10.15.040, and the current City of Petaluma Cannabis Permit Regulations.
Laundry, Dry Cleaning Plant. A service establishment engaged primarily in high volume laundry and garment services, including: carpet and upholstery cleaners; diaper services; dry cleaning and garment pressing; commercial laundries; linen supply. These facilities may include accessory customer pick-up facilities. These facilities do not include coin operated laundries or dry cleaning pick up stores without dry cleaning equipment; see "Personal Services."
Library, Museum, Art Gallery. A public or quasi-public facility, examples of which include: aquariums, arboretums, art galleries and exhibitions, botanical gardens, historic sites and exhibits, libraries, museums, planetariums, and zoos. May also include accessory retail uses such as a gift/book shop, restaurant, etc.
Lot or Parcel. A recorded lot or parcel of real property lawfully created as required by applicable Subdivision Map Act and City ordinance requirements, including this Zoning Ordinance. Types of lots include the following:
Corner Lot. A lot located at the intersection of two or more streets, where they intersect at an interior angle of not more than 135 degrees. If the intersection angle is more than 135 degrees, the lot is an interior lot.
2. The access strip required to serve a flag lot.
Lot, Depth. The average linear (or mean horizontal) distance between the front and rear lot line lines or between the front lot line and the intersection of the two side lot lines if there is no rear not line.
Lot, Width. The horizontal distance between the side lot lines.
Front Lot Line. On an interior lot, the property line separating the parcel from the street. The front line on a corner lot is the line with the shortest frontage. If the street fronting lot lines of a corner lot are equal in length, the front lot line shall be determined by the Director. On a double frontage lot, both lot lines are front lot lines and the lot is considered to have no rear lot line.