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Natural and Rural Zones

TABLE 4.1

Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Natural and Rural Zones

P(16)

Permitted Use

CUP

Conditional Use Permit Required

S

Permit Requirement in Specific Use Regulations

A

Accessory Use

Use Not Allowed

LAND USE TYPE (1)

Permit Required by Zone

Specific Use Regulations

OSP

AG

RR

R1

AGRICULTURAL AND RESOURCE USES

Crop Production, Horticulture, Orchard, Vineyard

P

P

P

P

Farm Animal Keeping

P

P

P

P

LODGING

Lodging – Short-Term Vacation Rentals

P(15)

P(15)

Section 7.110

Lodging – Bed and Breakfast Inn

CUP

Section 7.100

RECREATION, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Community Meeting Facility

CUP

CUP

CUP

Commercial Recreation – Indoor

Commercial Recreation – Outdoor

Golf Course, Country Club

CUP

Park

P

P

P

P

School – Elementary, Secondary, or College, Private

CUP

CUP

CUP

RESIDENTIAL

Dwelling, Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.030

Dwelling, Junior Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.035

Dwelling, Caretaker

Dwelling, Group

S(5)

S(5)

Section 7.040

Dwelling, Multiple

Dwelling, Single Household

P

P

P

Home Occupation

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

Section 7.050

Residential, Accessory Structure

A

A

A

Residential Care, 6 or Fewer Clients, in a Home

P

P

Residential Care, 7 or More Clients

Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Spa

A,S

A,S

Work/Live

SERVICES – GENERAL

Day Care – Large Family Day Care Home

A(4)

A(4)

Section 7.060

Day Care – Small Family Day Care Home

A(3)

A(3)

Public Safety Facility

P

P

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE

City Water and Sewer Facility

CUP

P

P

P

Telecommunications Facility

S

S

S

S

Section 7.090 and Muni Code 14.44

Zero Emission Vehicles (Battery Charging Station)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

Key to zone symbols

OS – Open Space

RR – Rural Residential

AG – Agriculture

R1 – Residential 1

Notes:

1See glossary for land use definitions.

2Home occupation permit and business license required.

3Business license required.

4Business license and compliance with Section 7.060 required.

5Site plan and architectural review required and compliance with Section 7.040 required.

6Use allowed only on an upper floor or behind a ground floor street fronting use; use in other locations allowed subject to a CUP.

7Permitted use (P) if limited to a maximum of 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.

8A CUP is required for overnight board and care.

9Neighborhood serving and open at lunch.

10Allowed only on floors above the ground floor.

11Urgent care facilities may be located on the ground floor as a street fronting use.

12Allowed only in a shopping center.

13Use permitted only on Lakeville Highway between Baywood Drive and Casa Grande Road.

14See Section 21.030 (Non-Residential Uses Abutting Residential Uses).

15Short-term vacation rental permit, business license and transient occupancy tax certificate required (see Section 7.110).

16Use must be at least 600 feet from a school or a childcare center, at least 200 feet from parks, youth centers, or the library, and 100 feet from residential districts as measured from property line to property line.

17All cannabis businesses must obtain an annual commercial cannabis permit

18Pursuant to Government Code Section 65850.7, this Zoning Ordinance requires no permit for stations.

19Allowed with CUP when located on site of an existing fueling station/gas station land use.

Residential Zones

TABLE 4.2

Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Residential Uses

P(16)

Permitted Use

CUP

Conditional Use Permit Required

S

Permit Requirement in Specific Use Regulations

A

Accessory Use

Use Not Allowed

LAND USE TYPE (1)

Permit Required by Zone

Specific Use Regulations

R2

R3

R4

R5

LODGING

Lodging – Short-Term Vacation Rentals

P(15)

P(15)

P(15)

P(15)

Section 7.110

Lodging – Bed and Breakfast Inn (B&B)

CUP

CUP

Section 7.100

RECREATION, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Community Meeting Facility

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

Golf Course, Country Club

Park

P

P

P

P

School – Elementary, Secondary, or College, Private

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

RESIDENTIAL

Dwelling, Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.030

Dwelling, Junior Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.035

Dwelling, Group

S(5)

S(5)

Section 7.040

Dwelling, Multiple

P

P

P

Dwelling, Single Household

P

P

P

P

Home Occupation

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

Section 7.050

Residential, Accessory Structure

A

A

A

A

Residential Care, 6 or Fewer Clients, in a Home

P

P

P

P

Residential Care, 7 or More Clients

Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, Spa

A,S

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.080

Work/Live

SERVICES – BUSINESS, FINANCIAL, PROFESSIONAL

Medical Services – Major

Medical Services – Minor

SERVICES – GENERAL

Adult Day Program

Child Care Center

Day Care – Large Family

A(4)

A(4)

A(4)

A(4)

Section 7.060

Day Care – Small Family

A(3)

A(3)

A(3)

A(3)

Public Safety Facility

P

P

P

P

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE

City Water and Sewer Facility

P

P

P

P

Telecommunications Facility

S

S

S

S

Section 7.090 and Muni Code 14.44

Utility Facility

Zero Emission Vehicles (Battery Charging Station)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

 

Key to zone symbols

R2 – Residential 2

R4 – Residential 4

R3 – Residential 3

R5 – Residential 5

Notes:

1See glossary for land use definitions.

2Home occupation permit and business license required.

3Business license required.

4Business license and compliance with Section 7.060 required.

5Site plan and architectural review required and compliance with Section 7.040 required.

6Use allowed only on an upper floor or behind a ground floor street fronting use; use in other locations allowed subject to a CUP.

7Permitted use (P) if limited to a maximum of 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.

8A CUP is required for overnight board and care.

9Neighborhood serving and open at lunch.

10Allowed only on floors above the ground floor.

11Urgent care facilities may be located on the ground floor as a street fronting use.

12Allowed only in a shopping center.

13Use permitted only on Lakeville Highway between Baywood Drive and Casa Grande Road.

14See Section 21.030 (Non-Residential Uses Abutting Residential Uses).

15Short-term vacation rental permit, business license and transient occupancy tax certificate required (see Section 7.110).

16Use must be at least 600 feet from a school or a childcare center, at least 200 feet from parks, youth centers, or the library, and 100 feet from residential districts as measured from property line to property line.

17All cannabis businesses must obtain an annual commercial cannabis permit.

18Pursuant to Government Code Section 65850.7, this Zoning Ordinance requires no permit for stations.

19Allowed with CUP when located on site of an existing fueling station/gas station land use.

Mixed Use Zones

TABLE 4.3

Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Mixed Use Zones

P(16)

Permitted Use

CUP

Conditional Use Permit Required

S

Permit Requirement in Specific Use Regulations

A

Accessory Use

Use Not Allowed

LAND USE TYPE (1)

Permit Required by Zone

Specific Use Regulations

MU1A

MU1B

MU1C

MU2

INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

Artisan/Craft Product Manufacturing

P

P

CUP(6)

Catering Service, as a Primary Use

P(6)

P

P(6)

Furniture and Fixture Manufacturing, Cabinet Making

P

Laboratory – Medical, Analytical

P

Manufacturing, Light

P(14)

Media Production

P(6)

P

P(6)

Printing and Publishing

P(6)

P

P(6)

Research and Development

P

LODGING

Lodging – Short-Term Vacation Rentals

P(15)

P(15)

P(15)

P(15)

Section 7.110

Lodging – Bed and Breakfast Inn (B&B)

P

Lodging – Hotel/Motel

P

P

P

RECREATION, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Cardroom

CUP

CUP

CUP

Chapter 9

Community Meeting Facility

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

Commercial Recreation – Indoor

CUP

CUP

P(6)

Fitness/Health Facility

P

P

P

Library, Museum, Art Gallery

P

P

P

Park

P

P

P

P

School – Elementary, Secondary, or College, Private

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

School – Specialized Education and Training

CUP

CUP

CUP

Studio – Art, Dance, Martial Arts, Music, etc.

P

P

P

Theater, Cinema or Performing Arts

CUP

CUP

CUP

Theater District Ord. 2158

RESIDENTIAL

Dwelling, Multiple

CUP

CUP

P

Dwelling, Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.030

Dwelling, Junior Accessory

A,S

A,S

A,S

A,S

Section 7.035

Dwelling, Single

P

Home Occupation

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

Section 7.050  

Residential Care, 7 or More Clients

P(10)

P(10)

P

CUP(10)

Residential Care Facility, Adult

P(6)

P(6)

CUP(10)

Residential Care Facility, for the Chronically Ill

P(6)

P(6)

CUP(10)

Residential Care Facility, for the Elderly

P(6)

P(6)

CUP(10)

Residential in Mixed Use Building

P(10)

P(10)

P(10)

P(10)

Work/Live

P(6)

P(6)

P

P(6)

RETAIL

Adult Oriented Business

CUP

CUP

CUP

Chapter 10

Artisan Shop

P

P

P

Auto Parts Sales

P

P

Bar, Tavern, Night Club

CUP

CUP

CUP

Chapter 8 

Building and Landscape Materials Sales – Indoor

P

P

P

Fueling Station/Gas Station

General Retail

P

P

P

Groceries/Specialty Foods – 25,000 sf or Less

P

P

P

Groceries/Specialty Foods – More than 25,000 sf

P

P

Plant Nursery

P

P

Restaurant, Café, Coffee Shop

P

P

CUP

P

SERVICES – BUSINESS, FINANCIAL, PROFESSIONAL

ATM

P

P

P

P

Bank, Financial Services

P

P

P

Business Support Service

P

P

P

Medical Services – Health Care Facility

P(6)

P(6)

P(6)

Medical Services – Major

P

P

P

Medical Services – Minor

P(6,11)

P(6,11

P

P(6, 11)

Office – Government

P

P

P

P(6)

Office – Headquarters, or Processing

P(6)

P

P(6)

Office – Professional, Administrative

P

P

P

P(6)

SERVICES – GENERAL

Adult Day Program

CUP

CUP

CUP

P

Child Care Center

P(6)

P(6)

P(6)

Child Day Care – Large Family

A(4)

Section 7.060 

Child Day Care – Small Family

A(3)

A(3)

A(3)

A(3)

Kennel, Animal Boarding

CUP

Meals Assembly Business

P(12)

Mortuary, Funeral Home

CUP

Personal Services

P

P

P

Personal Services – Restricted

P

P

P

Public Safety Facility

P

P

P

P

Vehicle Services – Minor Maintenance/Repair

P

CUP

Veterinary Clinic, Animal Hospital

P(8)

P(8)

P(8)

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE

City Water and Sewer Facility

P

P

P

P

Parking Facility, Public or Commercial

CUP

CUP

Telecommunications Facility

S

S

S

S

Section 7.090 and Muni Code 14.44

Utility Facility

CUP

CUP

CUP

Zero Emission Vehicles (Battery Charging Station)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

Zero Emission Vehicles (Hydrogen Fuel Cell Station)

CUP(19)

CUP(19)

Key to zone symbols

MU1A - Mixed Use 1A

MU1C - Mixed Use 1C

MU1B - Mixed Use 1B

MU2 - Mixed Use 2

Notes:

1See glossary for land use definitions.

2Home occupation permit and business license required.

3Business license required.

4Business license and compliance with Section 7.060 required.

5Site plan and architectural review required and compliance with Section 7.040 required.

6Use allowed only on an upper floor or behind a ground floor street fronting use; use in other locations allowed subject to a CUP.

7Permitted use (P) if limited to a maximum of 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.

8A CUP is required for overnight board and care.

9Neighborhood serving and open at lunch.

10Allowed only on floors above the ground floor.

11Urgent care facilities may be located on the ground floor as a street fronting use.

12Allowed only in a shopping center.

13Use permitted only on Lakeville Highway between Baywood Drive and Casa Grande Road.

14See Section 21.030 (Non-Residential Uses Abutting Residential Uses).

15Short-term vacation rental permit, business license and transient occupancy tax certificate required (Section 7.110).

16Use must be at least 600 feet from a school or a childcare center, at least 200 feet from parks, youth centers, or the library, and 100 feet from residential districts as measured from property line to property line.

17All cannabis businesses must obtain an annual commercial cannabis permit.

18Pursuant to Government Code Section 65850.7, this Zoning Ordinance requires no permit for stations.

19Allowed with CUP when located on site of an existing fueling station/gas station land use.

Commercial, Business Park, and Industrial Zones

TABLE 4.4

Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Commercial, Business Park, and Industrial Zones

P(16)

Permitted Use

CUP

Conditional Use Permit Required

S

Permit Requirement in Specific Use Regulations

A

Accessory Use

Use Not Allowed

LAND USE TYPE (1)

Permit Required by Zone

Specific Use Regulations

C1

C2

BP

I

INDUSTRY, MANUFACTURING AND PROCESSING

Artisan/Craft Product Manufacturing

P

P

Catering Service, as a Primary Use

P(6)

P(6)

P

P

Furniture and Fixtures Manufacturing, Cabinet Shop

P

Laboratory – Medical, Analytical

P

P

Laboratory – Cannabis

P(16,17)

P(16,17)

Muni Code 10.15

Laundry, Dry Cleaning Plants

P

Manufacturing/Processing – Light

P

P

Manufacturing/Processing – Medium Intensity

P

Manufacturing/processing – Cannabis

P(16,17)

P(16,17)

Muni Code 10.15

Media Production

P

P

Petroleum Product Storage and Distribution

CUP

Printing and Publishing

P

P

Recycling Facility

CUP

CUP

Recycling Facility – Scrap and Dismantling Yard

Retail Sale and Delivery – Cannabis

P(16,17)

P(16,17)

Muni Code 10.15

Research and Development

P

P

Storage Yard – Outdoor

CUP

Storage – Warehouse, Indoor Storage

CUP

P

Wholesaling and Distribution

P

P

LODGING

Lodging – Hotel/Motel

P

CUP

RECREATION, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Cardroom

CUP

CUP

CUP

Chapter 9

Community Meeting Facility

P

P

CUP

CUP

Commercial Recreation – Indoor

CUP

CUP

Commercial Recreation – Outdoor

CUP

Conference/Convention Facility

CUP

Fitness/Health Facility

P

P

P

CUP

Park

P

P

P

P

School – Elementary, Secondary, or College, Private

CUP

School – Specialized Education and Training

P(6)

P(6)

CUP

Sports and Entertainment Assembly

Studio – Art, Dance, Martial Arts, Music, etc.

P

P

P

RESIDENTIAL

Emergency Shelter

P

Dwelling, Caretaker

P

P

Home Occupation

A,S(2)

A,S(2)

Section 7.050

Residential Care, 7 or More Clients

CUP(10)

CUP(10)

Residential Care, Adult

CUP(10)

CUP(10)

Residential Care, for the Chronically Ill

CUP(10)

CUP(10)

Residential Care, for the Elderly

CUP(10)

CUP(10)

Residential in Mixed Use Building

P(10)

P(10)

Work/Live

P(6)

P(6)

RETAIL

Adult Oriented Business

CUP

CUP

Chapter 10

Artisan Shop

P

P

Auto Vehicle Sales and Rental

Bar, Tavern, Night Club

CUP

CUP

Chapter 8

Building and Landscape Materials Sales – Indoor

P

P

Building and Landscape Materials Sales – Outdoor

Fueling Station/Gas Station

General Retail

P

P

Groceries/Specialty Foods – 25,000 sf or Less

P

P

Groceries/Specialty Foods - More Than 25,000 sf

P

P

Plant Nursery

P

P

Restaurant, Café, Coffee Shop

P

P

P(9)

P(9)

SERVICES – BUSINESS, FINANCIAL, PROFESSIONAL

ATM

P

P

P

P

Bank, Financial Services

P

P

P

Business Support Service

P

P

P

P

Medical Services – Health Care Facility

P(6)

P(6)

P

Medical Services – Major

P

Medical Services – Minor

P(6,11)

P(6,11)

P

Office – Government

P

P

P

Office – Headquarters, or Processing

P(6)

P(6)

P

Office – Professional, Administrative

P

P

P

SERVICES – GENERAL

Adult Day Program

P

P

P

Child Care Center

P

P

P(6)

P(6)

Child Day Care – Large Family

Child Day Care – Small Family

A(3)

A(3)

Kennel, Animal Boarding

CUP

Maintenance/Repair Service – Client Site Services

P

P

Maintenance/Repair Service – Equipment, Appliances

P

Meals Assembly Business

P(12)

P(12)

Mortuary, Funeral Home

Personal Services

P

P

Personal Services – Restricted

P

P

Public Safety Facility

P

P

P

P

Vehicle Services – Major Repair/Body Work

P

Vehicle Services – Minor Maintenance/Repair

P

Veterinary Clinic, Animal Hospital

P(8)

P(8)

P

P

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE

City Water and Sewer Facility

P

P

P

P

Parking Facility, Public or Commercial

CUP

CUP

Telecommunications Facility

S

S

S

S

Section 7.090 and Muni Code 14.44

Utility Facility

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

Zero Emission Vehicles (Battery Charging Station))

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

A(18)

Zero Emission Vehicles (Hydrogen Fuel Cell Station)

CUP(19)

CUP(19)

Key to zone symbols:

C1 – Commercial 1

BP – Business Park

C2 – Commercial 2

I – Industrial

Notes:

1See glossary for land use definitions.

2Home occupation permit and business license required.

3Business license required.

4Business license and compliance with Section 7.060 required.

5Site plan and architectural review required and compliance with Section 7.040 required.

6Use allowed only on an upper floor or behind a ground floor street fronting use; use in other locations allowed subject to a CUP.

7Permitted use (P) if limited to a maximum of 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.

8A CUP is required for overnight board and care.

9Neighborhood serving and open at lunch.

10Allowed only on floors above the ground floor.

11Urgent care facilities may be located on the ground floor as a street fronting use.

12Allowed only in a shopping center.

13Use permitted only on Lakeville Highway between Baywood Drive and Casa Grande Road.

14See Section 21.030 (Non-Residential Uses Abutting Residential Uses).

15Short-term vacation rental permit, business license and transient occupancy tax certificate required (see Section 7.110).

16Use must be at least 600 feet from a school or a childcare center, at least 200 feet from parks, youth centers, or the library, and 100 feet from residential districts as measured from property line to property line.

17All cannabis businesses must obtain an annual commercial cannabis permit.

18Pursuant to Government Code Section 65850.7, this Zoning Ordinance requires no permit for stations.

19Allowed with CUP when located on site of an existing fueling station/gas station land use.

Civic Facility Zone

TABLE 4.5

Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Civic Facility Zone

P(16)

Permitted Use

CUP

Conditional Use Permit Required

S

Permit Requirement in Specific Use Regulations

A

Accessory Use

Use Not Allowed

LAND USE TYPE (1)

Permit Required by Zone

Specific Use Regulations

CF

RECREATION, EDUCATION AND PUBLIC ASSEMBLY

Park

P

Community Meeting Facility

CUP

School – Elementary, Secondary, or College, Private

CUP

Theater, Cinema or Performing Arts

CUP

Theater District Ord. 2158

RESIDENTIAL

Emergency Shelter

CUP

Dwelling, Caretaker

P

SERVICES – BUSINESS, FINANCIAL, PROFESSIONAL

Office – Business, Service, or Government

P

SERVICES – GENERAL

Adult Day Program

CUP

Child Care Center

P

Public Safety Facility

P

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, INFRASTRUCTURE

City Water and Sewer Facility

P

Parking Facility, Public or Commercial

P

Telecommunications Facility

S

Section 7.090 and Muni Code 14.44

Utility Facility

CUP

Zero Emission Vehicles (Battery Charging Station)

A(18)

Key to zone symbols:

CF – Civic Facilities

Notes:

1See glossary for land use definitions.

2Home occupation permit and business license required.

3Business license required.

4Business license and compliance with Section 7.060 required.

5Site plan and architectural review required and compliance with Section 7.040 required.

6Use allowed only on an upper floor or behind a ground floor street fronting use; use in other locations allowed subject to a CUP.

7Permitted use (P) if limited to a maximum of 5,000 square feet on the ground floor.

8A CUP is required for overnight board and care.

9Neighborhood serving and open at lunch.

10Allowed only on floors above the ground floor.

11Urgent care facilities may be located on the ground floor as a street fronting use.

12Allowed only in a shopping center.

13Use permitted only on Lakeville Highway between Baywood Drive and Casa Grande Road.

14See Section 21.030 (Non-Residential Uses Abutting Residential Uses).

15Short-term vacation rental permit, business license and transient occupancy tax certificate required (see Section 7.110).

16Use must be at least 600 feet from a school or a childcare center, at least 200 feet from parks, youth centers, or the library, and 100 feet from residential districts as measured from property line to property line.

17All cannabis businesses must obtain an annual commercial cannabis permit.

18Pursuant to Government Code Section 65850.7, this Zoning Ordinance requires no permit for stations.

19Allowed with CUP when located on site of an existing Fueling Station/Gas Station land use.

Table 4.6 OSP and AG Zone Development Standards

Requirement by Zone

Development Feature

OSP

Open Space and Parks

AG

Agriculture

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision.

Minimum area

NA

20,000 sf

Minimum width

Interior lot

Corner lot

NA

100 ft

110 ft

Minimum depth

NA

130 ft

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

40 ft1

30 ft

Side – Interior (each)

20 ft1

15 ft

Side – Street side

40 ft1

30 ft

Rear

40 ft1

30 ft

Garage front

40 ft1

30 ft

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted1

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft1

4 ft

Side – Street

30 ft1

30 ft

Rear

5 ft1

5 ft

Site coverage

The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

Maximum coverage

Primary structure

NA

NA

Accessory structure, detached

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

25 ft

25 ft

Accessory structure

25 ft

25 ft

Usable open space

NA

NA

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

1The development standards for buildings and structures in city parks shall be as prescribed in Table 4.13 (Civic Facilities).

Table 4.7. RR and R1 Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

RR

Rural Residential

R1

Residential 1

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision.

Minimum area

2 acres1

20,000 sf1

Minimum width

Interior lot

150 ft

100 ft

Corner lot

165 ft

110 ft

Minimum depth

150 ft

130 ft

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

40 ft

30 ft

Side – Interior (each)

20 ft

15 ft

Side – Street side

40 ft

30 ft

Rear

40 ft

30 ft

Garage front

40 ft

30 ft

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

40 ft

30 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Rear – Accessory dwelling

4 ft

4 ft

Site coverage

The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

Maximum coverage

Primary structure

NA

NA

Accessory structure, detached2

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

25 ft

25 ft

Accessory structure

15 ft

15 ft

Accessory dwelling

21 ft

21 ft

Usable open space

NA

NA

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

1If slope of the parcel is 10 percent or greater, the minimum parcel size is determined by Section 16.070(C).

2See Section 7.030. Does not apply to accessory dwelling units 800 square feet or less.

Table 4.8. R2 and R3 Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

R2

Residential 2

R3

Residential 3

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision.

Minimum area

6,000 sf1

4,000 sf1

Minimum width

Interior lot

50 ft

40 ft

Corner lot

55 ft

45 ft

Minimum depth

70 ft

70 ft

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

20 ft

15 ft

Side – Interior (each)

5 ft

3 ft

Side – Street side

Corner Lot

10 ft

10 ft

Reverse Corner Lot

15 ft

10 ft

Rear

20 ft

15 ft

Garage front

20 ft

20 ft

Detached Accessory Structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Rear – Accessory dwelling

4 ft

4 ft

Site coverage

The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

Maximum coverage

Primary structure

NA

NA

Accessory structure, detached2

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal Building

25 ft

25 ft

Accessory Structure

15 ft

15 ft

Accessory Dwelling

21 ft

21 ft

Usable open space

NA

600 sf

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

1If slope of the parcel is 10 percent or greater, the minimum parcel size is determined by Section 16.070(C).

2See Section 7.030. Does not apply to accessory dwelling units 800 square feet or less.

Table 4.9. R4 and R5 Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

R4

Residential 4

R5

Residential 5

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision.

Minimum area

3,500 sf1

1,500 sf1

Minimum width

Interior lot

35 ft

NA

Corner lot

40 ft

NA

Minimum depth

70 ft

NA

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

10 ft

0 ft

Side – Interior (each)

0 ft

0 ft

Side – Street side

10 ft

0 ft

Rear

10 ft

0 ft

Garage front

20 ft

0 ft

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Rear – Accessory dwelling

4 ft

4 ft

Site coverage

The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

Maximum coverage

Primary structure

60%

NA

Accessory structure, detached2

10% of the required setback area or 500 sf, whichever is greater

NA

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

35 ft

45 ft3

Accessory structure

25 ft

25 ft

Accessory dwelling

21 ft

21 ft

Usable open space

300 sf/unit

400 sf/unit

May include common open space

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

1If slope of the parcel is 10 percent or greater, the minimum parcel size is determined by Section 16.070(C).

2See Section 7.030. Does not apply to accessory dwelling units 800 square feet or less.

3An increase in height may be permissible as prescribed in Section 12.025.

Table 4.10. MU1 and MU2 Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

MU1

Mixed Use 1

MU

Mixed Use 2

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision

Minimum area

NA

2,000 sf

Minimum width

NA

NA

Minimum depth

NA

NA

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

0 ft

0 ft minimum

10 ft maximum

Side – Interior (each)

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft, plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

0 ft minimum

10 ft maximum

Abutting an R district: 15 ft, plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

Side – Street side

0 ft

0 ft minimum

10 ft maximum

Rear

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft, plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft, plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

Garage front

NA

NA

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Rear – Accessory dwelling

4 ft

4 ft

Site coverage

Maximum coverage2

Floor Area Ratio. The gross floor area of all buildings on a lot divided by the building site area.

Site Coverage. The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

2.5 floor area ratio

80%

100% for structured parking

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

30 ft1

45 ft

Accessory structure

20 ft

20 ft

Usable open space

30 sf/unit2

30 sf/unit2

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

1When the building is more than 30 feet from an abutting property line, one additional foot of height is permitted with each additional foot of setback over 30 feet for a maximum building height of 45 feet.

2See Section 7.030. Does not apply to accessory dwelling units 800 square feet or less.

3The minimum depth of usable open space is three feet. Usable common open space is strongly encouraged.

Table 4.11. C1 and C2 Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

C1

Commercial 1

C2

Commercial 2

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision

Minimum area

NA

NA

Minimum width

NA

NA

Minimum depth

NA

NA

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

0 ft

0 ft

Side – Interior (each)

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

Side – Street side

0 ft

0 ft

Rear

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

0 ft

Abutting an R district: 15 ft plus 1 ft of additional setback for each foot of building height over 20 ft

Garage front

NA

NA

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Site coverage

Floor Area Ratio. The gross floor area of all buildings on a lot divided by the building site area.

Maximum coverage

Floor area ratio

0.8

1.2

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

30 ft

40 ft

Accessory structure

15 ft

15 ft

Usable open space

NA

NA

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

Table 4.12. BP and I Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

BP

Business Park

I

Industrial

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision

Minimum area

20,000 sf

20,000 sf

Minimum width

Interior lot

Corner lot

100 ft

110 ft

100 ft

110 ft

Minimum depth

100 ft

100 ft

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

0 ft

0 ft

Side – Interior (each)

0 ft

Adjacent to a non-industrial or non-business park use: 20 ft

0 ft

Adjacent to a non-industrial or non-business park use: 20 ft

Side – Street side

0 ft

0 ft

Rear

0 ft

Adjacent to a non-industrial or non-business park use: 20 ft

0 ft

Adjacent to a non-industrial or non-business park use: 20 ft

Garage front

NA

NA

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

5 ft

Site coverage

Floor Area Ratio. The gross floor area of all buildings on a lot divided by the building site area.

Maximum Coverage

Floor Area Ratio

1.5

0.6

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

40 ft

40 ft

Accessory structure

15 ft

15 ft

Usable open space

NA

NA

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

Table 4.13. CF Zone Development Standards

Development Feature

Requirement by Zone

CF

Civic Facilities

Lot size

Minimum area and width required for each lot in a new subdivision

Minimum area

Same as abutting zoning district

Minimum width

Interior lot

Corner lot

Same as abutting zoning district

Minimum depth

Same as abutting zoning district

Setbacks

Primary structure

Minimum setbacks required. See Chapter 12 for modifications, reductions, and encroachments. See Chapter 7 for any setback requirements applicable to a specific land use.

Front

Same as abutting zoning district

Side – Interior (each)

Same as abutting zoning district

Side – Street side

Same as abutting zoning district

Rear

Same as abutting zoning district

Garage front

Same as abutting zoning district

Detached accessory structure

Front

Not Permitted

Side – Interior (each)

4 ft

Side – Street

10 ft

Rear

5 ft

Site coverage

The percent of the total site area covered by structures, open or enclosed, excluding uncovered steps, patios and terraces.

Maximum coverage

Primary structure

Same as abutting zoning district

Accessory structure, detached

Same as abutting zoning district

Height limit

Maximum height

Maximum allowable height of structures. See Glossary for height measurement requirements, and Chapter 12 for height limit modifications.

Principal building

25 ft

Accessory structure

15 ft

Usable open space

NA

Fencing, landscaping, and tree preservation

See Chapters 13, 14, and 17

Parking

See Chapter 11

Signs

See Chapter 20

(Ord. 2764 § 3 (Exh. A), 2021; Ord. 2738 § 2, 2020; Ord. 2711 § 2, 2020.)