Chapter 33.15
COMMERCIAL ZONES

Sections:

33.15.010    Rural Commercial (RC).

33.15.015    Repealed.

33.15.020    Rural Village (RV).

33.15.025    Rural Village Low (RV2).

33.15.030    Repealed.

33.15.035    Diamond Point Airport (DPA).

33.15.040    Rural Center (CEN).

33.15.045    Western Region Rural Center (WRC).

33.15.050    Rural Neighborhood Commercial (RNC).

33.15.060    Rural Limited Commercial (RLC).

33.15.065    Tourist Commercial (TC).

33.15.067    Tourist Rural (TR).

33.15.070    Urban Neighborhood Commercial (UNC).

33.15.080    Urban Regional Commercial (URC).

33.15.090    Urban Center (UC).

SOURCE:    ADOPTED:

Ord. 581    12/19/95

AMENDED SOURCE:    ADOPTED:

Ord. 597    07/09/96

Ord. 599    07/24/96

Ord. 601    07/23/96

Ord. 623    07/08/97

Ord. 658    01/08/99

Ord. 662    02/23/99

Ord. 674    08/10/99

Ord. 682    02/08/00

Ord. 696    08/08/00

Ord. 701    12/05/00

Ord. 727    08/20/02

Ord. 766    12/21/04

Ord. 830    12/18/07

Ord. 835    10/21/08

Ord. 850    06/23/09

33.15.010 Rural Commercial (RC).

The purpose of the Rural Commercial (RC) zoning district is to provide limited, low-impact, neighborhood commercial activities in rural areas.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Commercial zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Business parks

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare provider

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Limited industrial uses

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Small-scale wood manufacturing

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

•    

Wood manufacturing

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Commercial zoning district:

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Airports

•    

Race tracks

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wrecking yards

(4) Maximum Residential Density. The maximum density for dwelling units is one dwelling unit per half acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot area for all uses is one acre.

(6) Minimum Lot Width. Fifty (50) feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – ten (10) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(9) Other Performance Standards. In keeping with their rural location, neighborhood-scale grocery stores, retail stores, medical service facilities, professional offices, multiple-family dwellings, research facilities, taverns, tourist shops, vehicular repair shops, veterinarian clinics/kennels, gas stations and restaurants shall be no larger than 6,500 square feet. Motels shall be smaller than sixty (60) units in size.

(10) Maximum Height. The maximum height is forty (40) feet.

33.15.015 Carlsborg Commercial (CC).

Repealed by Ord. No. 701, 2000, adopted December 5, 2000.

33.15.020 Rural Village (RV).

The purpose of the Rural Village (RV) zoning district is to provide a variety of low-intensity, tourist-related, commercial and residential activities, and the Village Commercial area of the Carlsborg neighborhood.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Village zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Small-scale wood manufacturing

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Village zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Business parks

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Research facilities

•    

Wrecking yard

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Village zoning district:

•    

Airports

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Race tracks

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wood manufacturing

(4) Maximum Residential Density. One dwelling unit per 12,500 square feet.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. 12,500 square feet.

(6) Minimum Lot Width. Fifty (50) feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – ten (10) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(9) Other Performance Standards. Commercial or industrial activities shall take place in a single structure no greater than 6,500 square feet in area.

(10) Maximum Height. The maximum height is forty (40) feet.

33.15.025 Rural Village Low (RV2).

The purpose of the Rural Village Low (RV2) zoning district is to provide a variety of low-intensity, tourist-related, commercial and residential activities at lower residential densities than the Rural Village (RV) zoning district.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Village Low zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Small-scale wood manufacturing

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Village Low zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Business parks

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Research facilities

•    

Wrecking yard

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Village Low zoning district:

•    

Airports

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Race tracks

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wood manufacturing

(4) Maximum Residential Density. One dwelling unit per one acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. One-half acre.

(6) Minimum Lot Width. Seventy-five feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:4 (0.25).

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – 45 feet from a local access street, 50 feet from an arterial street, 60 feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – 10 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – 15 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(9) Other Performance Standards. Commercial or industrial activities shall take place in a single structure no greater than 6,500 square feet in area.

(10) Maximum Height. The maximum height is 40 feet.

33.15.030 Commercial (GC).

Repealed by Ord. No. 835, 2008, adopted October 21, 2008.

33.15.035 Diamond Point Airport (DPA).

The purpose of the Diamond Point Airport zone is to allow for appropriately scaled private airport and limited commercial and industrial uses within the Diamond Point/Sunshine Acres Rural Center. This district is primarily intended to support airport related uses that are consistent with the use of the Diamond Point Airport as a private use airport primarily serving the surrounding Diamond Point and Sunshine Acres developments.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses are allowed outright in the Diamond Point Airport District:

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Agricultural activities

•    

Airport, private use

•    

Business parks

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Home-based industry

•    

Home enterprise

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Limited industrial use

•    

Professional offices

•    

Public buildings

•    

Retail stores

•    

Single-family dwelling1

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Wood manufacturing (small scale)

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Diamond Point Airport District through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Child daycare centers

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Outdoor oriented recreational activities

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Diamond Point Airport District:

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Airport, general aviation

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Commercial horse facilities

•    

Duplexes

•    

Lodges

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor shooting ranges

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Race tracks

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Vehicular repair (non-aircraft related)

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

•    

Wood manufacturing

•    

Wrecking yards

(4) Other Performance Standards. In keeping with the rural location, and limited available public services and facilities, all buildings and structures on a lot shall be sized consistent with the following requirements:

(a) The maximum lot coverage for aircraft hangars is 12,000 square feet.

(b) The maximum lot coverage for restaurants is 3,000 square feet.

(c) Individual commercial storage buildings shall not exceed 2,500 square feet in size.

(d) The maximum lot coverage for all other uses in a single structure is 6,500 square feet.

(e) The total maximum lot coverage for multiple buildings and structures on a single lot is 12,000 square feet.

(5) Minimum Lot Size.

(a) Residential Use with Aircraft Hangar: 21,500 square feet.

(b) Commercial or Limited Industrial Use: One acre.

(6) Minimum Width to Depth Ratio: 1:5 (0.20).

(7) Maximum Building Height: Twenty-six (26) feet.

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front Yard. Forty-five (45) feet from the centerline of a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side Yard. Ten (10) feet from side property line, or forty (40) feet from the centerline of a local access street.

(c) Rear Yard. Fifteen (15) feet from side property line, or forty (40) feet from the centerline of a local access street.

33.15.040 Rural Center (CEN).

The purpose of the Rural Center zone is to allow a wide range of commercial goods and services and residential development where uses of such type, scale, size, or intensity already existed as of July 1, 1990.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Center zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Business parks

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Small-scale wood manufacturing

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Center zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood as of July 1, 1990:

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Race tracks

•    

Wrecking yards

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Center zoning district:

•    

Airports

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wood manufacturing

(4) Maximum Residential Density. The maximum density for dwelling units is one dwelling unit per one-half acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size.

(a) Commercial Uses: The minimum necessary to provide adequate potable water and sewage disposal for the proposed use.

(b) Residential Uses: 9,000 square feet.

(6) Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio: 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks. The setbacks in the Rural Center zone are those required by the Uniform Building Code, except that no structure shall be located closer than 50 feet from the centerline of a fronting, side, or rear street.

(9) Other Performance Standards. Allowed and conditional uses must be similar to the building size, scale, use, or intensity that existed in the area as of July 1, 1990.

(10) Maximum Height. Heights may exceed the size that existed as of July 1, 1990, in order to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements. Heights above 75 feet may be allowed through a conditional use permit and must demonstrate the additional height is necessary to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements.

33.15.045 Western Region Rural Center (WRC).

The purpose of the Western Region Rural Center zone is a land use classification intended for areas with a mixture of land uses, including commercial, residential and industrial.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Western Region Rural Center zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Western Region Rural Center zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Airports

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Business parks

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Industrial uses

•    

Lodges

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Private schools with less than fifty (50) students

•    

Race tracks

•    

Research facilities

•    

Schools

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

•    

Wood manufacturing

•    

Wrecking yards

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Western Region Rural Center zoning district: None.

(4) Maximum Residential Density. One dwelling unit per one-half acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. None.

(6) Minimum Lot Width. Fifty (50) feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks:

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – ten (10) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

33.15.050 Rural Neighborhood Commercial (RNC).

The purpose of the Rural Neighborhood Commercial zoning district is to provide limited, low impact, neighborhood commercial activities in rural areas where uses of such type, scale, size, or intensity already existed as of July 1, 1990.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Neighborhood Commercial zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels/hotels

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Small-scale wood manufacturing

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Neighborhood Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood as of July 1, 1990:

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Vehicular repair

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Neighborhood Commercial zoning district:

•    

Airports

•    

Business parks

•    

Duplex

•    

Mobile home park

•    

Multiple-family dwelling

•    

Planned unit development

•    

Race tracks

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wood manufacturing

•    

Wrecking yards

(4) Maximum Residential Density. The maximum density is one dwelling unit per acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot area for all uses is one acre.

(6) Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio: 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard: 45 feet from a local access street, 50 feet from an arterial street, 60 feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard: 10 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard: 15 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(9) Other Performance Standards.

(a) Allowed and conditional uses must be similar to the building size, scale, use, or intensity that existed in the area as of July 1, 1990.

(b) Access to businesses or industrial uses should be from frontage roads to limit traffic impacts to Scenic Highway 101.

(10) Maximum Height. Heights may exceed the size that existed as of July 1, 1990, in order to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements. Heights above 75 feet may be allowed through a conditional use permit and must demonstrate the additional height is necessary to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements.

33.15.060 Rural Limited Commercial (RLC).

The purpose of the Rural Limited Commercial zoning district is to provide for a mix of industrial uses and limited, low-impact, neighborhood commercial activities in rural areas where uses of such type, scale, size, or intensity already existed as of July 1, 1990

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Rural Limited Commercial zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Limited industrial uses

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities requiring a rural location

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Single-family dwelling2

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

•    

Wood manufacturing

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Rural Limited Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood as of July 1, 1990:

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Business parks

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Race tracks

•    

Wrecking yards

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Rural Limited Commercial zoning district:

•    

Airports

•    

Bed and breakfast

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Planned unit development

•    

Primitive campground

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

(4) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot area for all uses is one acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet.

(6) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio: 1:5 (0.20).

(7) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard: 45 feet from a local access street, 50 feet from an arterial street, 60 feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard: 10 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard: 15 feet (40 feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(8) Other Performance Standards.

(a) Allowed and conditional uses must be similar to the building size, scale, use, or intensity that existed in the area as of July 1, 1990.

(b) Access to businesses or industrial uses should be from frontage roads to limit traffic impacts to Scenic Highway 101.

(c) One dwelling unit is allowed in conjunction with a business in this zone.

(9) Maximum Height. Heights may exceed the size that existed as of July 1, 1990, in order to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements. Heights above 75 feet may be allowed through a conditional use permit and must demonstrate the additional height is necessary to comply with federal and State pollution control requirements.

(10) Other Zone Limitations.

(a) No expansion of this zone shall be permitted but existing uses may intensify their operation and new uses within present boundaries may be constructed.

(b) Proposed uses shall not require expansion of urban services such as sewer.

33.15.065 Tourist Commercial (TC).

The purpose of the Tourist Commercial zone is a land use classification intended for areas primarily devoted to providing services to the traveling public.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Tourist Commercial zoning district:

•    

Agricultural activities

•    

Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Motels

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Tourist Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

•    

Airports

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Business parks

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Industrial uses

•    

Lodges

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Private schools with less than fifty (50) students

•    

Race tracks

•    

Research facilities

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Schools

•    

Shooting ranges

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Taverns

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Timber labor camps

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Veterinarian clinics/kennels

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Wood manufacturing

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Wrecking yards

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Tourist Commercial zoning district: None.

(4) Maximum Residential Density. One unit per one-half acre.

(5) Minimum Lot Size. None.

(6) Minimum Lot Width. Fifty (50) feet.

(7) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(8) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – ten (10) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

33.15.067 Tourist Rural (TR).

The purpose of this zoning designation is to provide for small-scale recreational or tourist uses, including commercial facilities to serve those recreational or tourist uses that rely on a rural location and setting, but that do not include new residential development.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Tourist Rural zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

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Bed and breakfast inns

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Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Primitive campgrounds

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Restaurants

•    

RV parks

•    

Timber harvesting

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Tourist shops

(2) The following land uses should be permitted in the Tourist Rural zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood.

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Cemeteries

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Child daycare center

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Churches

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Grocery stores

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Lodges

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Planned unit developments

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Private schools with less than 50 students

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Research facilities

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Tourist Rural zoning district:

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Airports

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Asphalt plants

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Business parks

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Commercial storage

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Duplexes

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Family daycare providers

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Gas stations

•    

Home-based industries

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Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

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Industrial uses

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Lodges

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Medical service facilities

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Professional offices

•    

Race tracks

•    

Retail stores

•    

Schools

•    

Shooting ranges

•    

Single-family dwellings

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Taverns

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

•    

Vehicular repair

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Wood manufacturing

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Wrecking yards

(4) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot area for all uses is one acre or the minimum necessary to provide adequate potable water and sewage disposal for the proposed use, whichever is larger.

(5) Minimum Lot Width: 50 feet.

(6) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio: 1:5 (0.20).

(7) Setbacks. The setbacks are those required by the International Building Code, except that no structure shall be located closer than 50 feet from the centerline of a fronting, side, or rear street, or 60 feet from a highway.

(8) Other Performance Standards.

(a) In keeping with their rural location, bed and breakfast inns, commercial greenhouses, tourist shops, and restaurants shall be no larger than 6,500 square feet.

(b) Access to uses should be from frontage roads to limit traffic impacts to Scenic Highway 101 or Scenic Byway 112.

(c) One dwelling unit is allowed in conjunction with a business in this zone.

(9) Maximum Height. The maximum height is 40 feet.

33.15.070 Urban Neighborhood Commercial (UNC).

The purpose of the Urban Neighborhood Commercial zone is to is to provide a mix of limited, low-impact, neighborhood commercial activities and moderately high density urban residential development within urban growth areas.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Urban Neighborhood Commercial zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

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Cemeteries

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Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Duplexes

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels/hotel

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit development

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

RV parks

•    

Schools

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Veterinarian clinics

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Urban Neighborhood Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

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Bed and breakfast inns

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Business park

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Commercial storage

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Kennels

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Urban Neighborhood Commercial zoning district:

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Airports

•    

Asphalt plants

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Race tracks

•    

Research facilities

•    

Single-family dwelling

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Wood manufacturing

•    

Wrecking yards

(4) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum necessary to provide adequate potable water and sewage disposal for the proposed use.

(5) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(6) Commercial Setbacks. The setbacks for commercial structures in the Urban Neighborhood Commercial zone are those required by the Uniform Building Code, except that no structure shall be located closer than fifty (50) feet from the centerline of a fronting, side, or rear street.

(7) Maximum Height. The maximum height is fifty (50) feet.

(8) Maximum Residential Density. Fifteen (15) dwelling units per acre.

(9) Maximum Residential Lot Size. 21,500 square feet, unless the remaining lot in a subdivision is greater than ten (10) acres and capable of being redivided.

(10) Residential Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – eight (8) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(d) Highway 101 frontage – 100 feet from the centerline of Highway 101.

(11) Other Performance Standards.

(a) Commercial setbacks shall apply to all second story residential units located above commercial businesses.

(b) Neighborhood-scale grocery stores, retail uses, professional offices and other commercial and industrial land uses shall be limited to a single structure no larger than 10,000 square feet. Motels shall be smaller than sixty (60) units in size.

33.15.080 Urban Regional Commercial (URC).

The purpose of the Urban Regional Commercial zone is to allow for large-scale malls, retail stores, entertainment complexes or auto malls which sell commercial goods, entertainment and services to the entire region. Minimum lot sizes are large for existing lots over five (5) acres in size in order to preserve the large lot sizes required by large-scale regional serving businesses. One dwelling unit is allowed in conjunction with a business in this zone.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Urban Regional Commercial zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

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Airports

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Auto malls

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Business parks

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Commercial greenhouses (wholesale)

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Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Medical service facilities

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Motels

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Primitive campgrounds

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

Retail/wholesale malls

•    

RV parks

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Timber labor camps

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Tourist shops

•    

Veterinary clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Urban Regional Commercial zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

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Commercial greenhouses (retail)

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Wood manufacturing

•    

Vehicular repair

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Urban Regional Commercial zoning district:

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Asphalt plants

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Bed and breakfast inns

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Lodges

•    

Mineral extraction

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Race tracks

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Wrecking yards

(4) Minimum Lot Size. The minimum lot size shall be fifteen (15) acres; provided, that lots smaller than five (5) acres created prior to the adoption of the Port Angeles Regional Comprehensive Plan and which are not a portion of a larger common ownership shall be allowed to divide to the minimum size necessary to provide adequate potable water and sewage disposal for the proposed use.

(5) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(6) Setbacks. The setbacks in the Urban Regional Commercial zone are those required by the Uniform Building Code, except that no structure shall be located closer than fifty (50) feet from the centerline of a fronting, side, or rear street.

(7) Maximum Height. The maximum height is fifty (50) feet.

33.15.090 Urban Center (UC).

The purpose of the Urban Center zoning district is to allow a mix of residential, low impact commercial and limited industrial activities in the remote urban growth areas of Joyce and Clallam Bay where a range of services and business opportunities are needed to serve the surrounding communities.

(1) Allowed Land Uses. The following land uses should be allowed outright in the Urban Center zoning district:

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Agricultural activities

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Airports

•    

Bed and breakfast

•    

Business parks

•    

Cemeteries

•    

Child daycare center

•    

Churches

•    

Commercial greenhouses

•    

Commercial horse facility

•    

Commercial storage

•    

Duplexes

•    

Family daycare providers

•    

Gas stations

•    

Grocery stores

•    

Home-based industries

•    

Home enterprises

•    

Indoor shooting range

•    

Lodges

•    

Medical service facilities

•    

Mobile home parks

•    

Motels

•    

Multiple-family dwellings

•    

Outdoor-oriented recreational activity

•    

Planned unit developments

•    

Primitive campground

•    

Professional offices

•    

Research facilities

•    

Restaurants

•    

Retail stores

•    

Schools

•    

Single-family dwellings

•    

Taverns

•    

Timber harvesting

•    

Timber labor camps

•    

Tourist shops

•    

Veterinarian clinics/kennels

(2) Conditional Land Uses. The following land uses should be permitted in the Urban Center zoning district through a special permitting process with public input and a determination that the proposed use is consistent with applicable land use regulations and the character of the neighborhood:

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Limited industrial uses

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RV parks

•    

Vehicular repair

•    

Wood manufacturing

(3) Prohibited Land Uses. The following land uses should be prohibited in the Urban Center zoning district:

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Asphalt plants

•    

Car wrecking yards

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Mineral extraction

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Race tracks

(4) Minimum Lot Size.

(a) The minimum lot area for single-family dwellings is 7,000 square feet.

(b) The minimum lot area for duplexes is 9,000 square feet.

(c) The minimum lot area for triplexes is 14,000 square feet.

(d) The minimum lot area for fourplexes is 18,000 square feet.

(e) The minimum lot area for five (5) or more dwelling units is 19,500 square feet for a five (5) unit structure plus 1,000 square feet for each dwelling unit which exceeds five (5) units.

(f) The minimum lot area for RV park lot units is 5,000 square feet.

(5) Minimum Lot Width. fifty (50) feet.

(6) Maximum Width to Depth Ratio. 1:5 (0.20).

(7) Setbacks.

(a) Front yard – forty-five (45) feet from a local access street, fifty (50) feet from an arterial street, sixty (60) feet from a highway.

(b) Side yard – ten (10) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a side street).

(c) Rear yard – fifteen (15) feet (forty (40) feet from the centerline of the right-of-way of a rear street).

(8) Other Performance Standards. Neighborhood-scale grocery stores, retail uses, professional offices and other commercial land uses shall take place within a single building of no larger than 10,000 square feet.

(9) Maximum Height. The maximum height is forty (40) feet.


1

One single-family dwelling or accessory housing unit is allowed on a lot in association with an aircraft hangar, commercial use, or limited industrial use.


2

Associated with an established commercial use.