Chapter 18.26
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL OFFICE ZONE (C-P)

Sections:

18.26.010    Business and professional office zone (C-P).

18.26.020    Uses permitted.

18.26.030    Uses permitted subject to a conditional use permit.

18.26.040    Uses prohibited.

18.26.050    Property development standards.

18.26.010 Business and professional office zone (C-P).

The C-P business and professional office zone is intended to provide for the integrated development of office and professional uses along with related uses and facilities. (Ord. 1683 § 26, 2006; Urg. Ord. 1682; prior code § 10-3.1301)

18.26.020 Uses permitted.

Buildings, structures, and land in the C-P zone shall be used, and structures shall be erected, structurally altered, or enlarged only for the following purposes, plus such other uses as the commission may deem to be similar and not more obnoxious or detrimental to the public health, safety and welfare:

A. Business and Professional Office Uses. Only the following uses shall be permitted, subject to the property development standards set forth in Section 18.26.050. All uses and storage, with the exception of electric distribution substations, shall be constructed wholly within a totally enclosed building:

1. Administrative, financial and professional offices;

2. Art galleries;

3. Artists’ and photographers’ studios;

4. (Deleted);

5. Educational institutions;

6. Electric distribution and public utility substations;

7. Employment agencies;

8. Exhibit halls not permitting the sale of any products or items offered in exhibit;

9. General research not involving the manufacture, fabrication, processing, or sales of products listed in any other commercial or industrial district;

10. Laboratories, medical and dental;

11. Libraries;

12. Medical and dental offices and clinics;

13. Pharmacies;

14. (Deleted);

15. Fortunetelling as defined in Chapter 5.40.

16. Repealed.

B. Retail Commercial Uses. Only the following retail commercial uses shall be permitted when operated within a totally enclosed building being used for one or more of those uses permitted in this section; provided, however, there shall be no sale or consumption of intoxicating liquor on the premises:

1. Barber shops and beauty shops;

2. Confectionery stores;

3. Florists, retail;

4. Gift shops; and

5. Restaurants, coffee shops and/or tearooms.

C. Wireless telecommunications facility, subject to site plan approval as required by Chapter 18.44. (Ord. 1757 § 3, 2015; Ord. 1738 § 11, 2012; Ord. 1737 § 19, 2012; Ord. 1714 § 2(F), 2010; Ord. 1554 § 2, 1998; Ord. 1550 § 3, 1998; Ord. 1517 § 10, 1997; prior code § 10-3.1302)

18.26.030 Uses permitted subject to a conditional use permit.

The following uses may be permitted in the C-P zone subject to a conditional use permit in accordance with the procedures set forth in Chapter 18.46 of this code:

A. Lodges and meeting halls;

B. Museums;

C. Office supply stores;

D. Public parking lots;

E. Establishments serving alcoholic beverages for consumption on the premises provided the establishment of such a business would not adversely affect the health, safety and general welfare of the community;

F. Group care facilities and community care facilities, but excluding community care facilities for residential uses for less than seven persons;

G. Vocational colleges, such as barber and beauty colleges, modeling schools and medical training and trade schools;

H. Health facilities;

I. Day care facilities;

J. Hospitals;

K. Amusement arcades;

L. Urgent care centers;

M. Massage establishments that are not otherwise subject to an exception pursuant to Section 5.48.030;

N. Churches and related facilities. Related facilities do not include day care facilities, schools (kindergarten through twelfth grade), and rectories, convents, parsonages or minister’s residences.

O. Those uses permitted with a conditional use permit, pursuant to Section 18.46.030C. (Ord. 1757 § 4, 2015; Ord. 1737 § 20, 2012; Ord. 1683 § 27, 2006; Urg. Ord. 1682; Ord. 1554 § 3, 1998: Ord. 1517 § 11, 1997; prior code § 10-3.1303)

18.26.040 Uses prohibited.

The following uses are hereby expressly prohibited in the C-P zone, except as otherwise provided in Sections 18.26.020 and 18.26.030:

A. Residential uses;

B. Any combination of residential and nonresidential uses in any building or structure or on any lot;

C. Industrial uses;

D. Uses other than those specifically set forth or provided for in Sections 18.26.020 and 18.26.030, except those determined to be similar pursuant to the provisions of Section 18.42.040;

E. Outdoor sales, including sales of products from trucks, conducted on vacant lots and outdoor sales of products not related to the business conducted on the premises;

F. Adult-oriented businesses as defined by Section 18.62.020G;

G. It is unlawful to sell, contract to sell, offer to sell, display for the purpose of sale, or permit the sale of any vehicle from a vacant or unimproved lot. “Vehicle,” as used in this subsection, means and includes everything so defined in the Vehicle Code of the state and, in addition, boats. (Ord. 1738 § 12, 2012; Ord. 1683 § 28, 2006; Urg. Ord. 1682; Ord. 1498 § 5, 1996; prior code § 10-3.1304)

18.26.050 Property development standards.

The following property development standards shall apply to all nonresidential land and buildings in the C-P zone:

A. Building height/FAR: Building heights shall not exceed sixty-five feet in general, shall not exceed thirty-five feet within one hundred feet of a zone boundary line between the C-P zone and any R-1 or R-2 zone, and shall not exceed forty-five feet within one hundred feet of a zone boundary line between the C-P zone and R-3 zones. The gross floor area of buildings or structures on a lot or lots that comprise a project site shall not exceed 0.50 FAR.

B. Building setbacks: See Section 18.42.085.

C. Fences, hedges and walls: the provisions of Section 18.42.070 shall apply.

D. Off-street parking and loading: the provisions of Chapter 18.40 shall apply.

E. Access: there shall be adequate vehicular access to off-street parking facilities from a dedicated street, service road, or alley. The design of the access shall conform to all the standards and specifications of the city.

F. Signs: the provisions of Chapter 18.58 shall apply.

G. Minimum lot area shall be seven thousand five hundred square feet. (Ord. 1738 § 30, 2012; Ord. 1683 § 29, 2006; Urg. Ord. 1682; prior code § 10-3.1305)