Chapter 9.14
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS

Sections:

9.14.010    Purpose of chapter, applicability.

9.14.020    Industrial district land uses and permit requirements.

9.14.030    Industrial district general development standards.

9.14.040    Industrial design standards/guidelines.

9.14.010 Purpose of chapter, applicability.

A.    Industrial districts. This chapter provides regulations applicable to development and new land uses in the industrial zoning districts established by Section 9.08.010 (Zoning districts established). The purpose of this chapter is to achieve the following:

1.    Provide for the development of nonpolluting, clean industrial land uses to broaden the economic/employment base of the City, while ensuring compatible integration with nonindustrial uses, in a manner consistent with the General Plan;

2.    Provide for the development of industrial land uses that complement the establishment of an Urban Village network, with emphasis on proximity to transit corridor or business core access;

3.    Provide adequate space to meet the needs of industrial development, including off-street parking and loading, and ensure compatibility between industrial land uses, high traffic corridors and nearby residential neighborhoods;

4.    Minimize traffic congestion and avoid the overloading of utilities;

5.    Minimize excessive noise, illumination, unsightliness, odor, smoke, and other objectionable influences; and

6.    Promote high standards of site planning, architectural and landscape design for industrial developments within the City.

B.    Individual zoning districts. The purpose of the individual industrial zoning districts are as follows:

1.    C-M (Commercial and Light Manufacturing) District. The C-M District is applied to areas appropriate for retail and wholesale sales, light manufacturing, warehousing, distributing, and storage operations, in addition to providing for a close relationship between warehousing, distribution, and retail sales. The C-M District is consistent with the Industrial land use designation of the General Plan;

2.    M-P (Industrial Park) District. The M-P District is applied exclusively to areas appropriate for the integrated development of modern, large scale specialized manufacturing uses, administrative, and research organizations, in addition to providing an aesthetically attractive working environment with park setting, attractive structures, ample employee parking, and other amenities appropriate to employee oriented industrial activities. The M-P District is consistent with the Industrial land use designation of the General Plan;

3.    M-1 (Light Industrial) District. The M-1 District is applied to areas appropriate for business parks and industrial uses within enclosed structures with limited screened outdoor storage, including warehousing and distribution facilities, mini-warehouse storage, and a variety of light manufacturing uses. The M-1 District is consistent with the Industrial land use designation of the General Plan;

4.    M-2 (Heavy Industrial) District. The M-2 District is applied to areas appropriate for heavy industrial uses engaged in the mechanical or chemical processing of materials or substances into new products, the assembling of component parts, or the blending of materials, including food processing, automobile assembly or recycling, machine shops, and a variety of heavy manufacturing uses, which may require appropriate buffering from adjacent commercial and residential uses. The M-2 District is consistent with the Industrial land use designation of the General Plan; and

5.    R-T (Research and Technology/Business Park) District. The R-T District is applied to areas appropriate for research- and technology-based land uses, within a business campus setting, that will ensure positive future growth in employment within the City; generate revenue to the City and higher than average wages or payroll; and ensure compatibility with local infrastructure, adjacent land uses, and natural resources. The R-T District is consistent with the Industrial and Mixed Use/Business Campus land use designations of the General Plan and the Business Campus designation of Herndon Shepherd Specific Plan. (§ 2, Ord. 14-13, eff. October 8, 2014; § 1(2) (Atts. 1, 2), Ord. 20-18, eff. February 3, 2021; § 1(2) (Att. A), Ord. 23-05, eff. August 9, 2023)

9.14.020 Industrial district land uses and permit requirements.

A.    Allowed land uses. Table 2-6 identifies the uses of land allowed by this Development Code in each industrial zoning district, and the land use permit required to establish each use, in compliance with Division 5 of this title (Land Use/Development Review Procedures).

B.    Prohibited land uses. Any table cell left blank means that the listed land use is prohibited in that specific zoning district.

C.    Site plan review required. Any change of occupancy type and all construction activities (e.g., additions, alterations, construction, reconstruction, or remodeling) shall be subject to site plan review approval in compliance with Chapter 56 of this title (Site Plan Review).

D.    Applicable sections. Where the last column in the tables (“See Section”) includes a section number, the regulations in the referenced section apply to the use; however, provisions in other sections of this Development Code may also apply.

 

TABLE 2-6
ALLOWABLE USES AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
FOR INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS 

Land Use (1)(2)(3)(5)

Permit Requirement by District

 

C-M

M-P

M-1

M-2

R-T

See Section

Education, Public Assembly, and Recreation

Assembly/Meeting Facilities

C

C

C

C

C

 

Adult Businesses

 

 

P

P

 

5.19

Auction Houses

A

 

 

 

 

 

Community/Cultural Centers

C

 

C

C

C

 

Churches

C

 

C

 

 

 

Day Care Centers and Nursery Schools

C

C

C

C

C

9.40.080

Golf Courses and Driving Ranges

C

C

C

C

 

 

Health/Fitness Facilities

C

C

A

A

C

 

Health Studios

P

 

 

 

 

 

Membership Organization Facilities

C

C

C

C

C

 

Education, Public Assembly, and Recreation (Continued)

Nursery Schools

C

 

C

C

 

 

Rifle and Pistol Ranges, Skeet Fields, Archery and Other Similar Places

C

C

C

C

 

 

Schools, Specialized Education and Training

A

A

A

A

A

 

Sports and Recreational Facilities

A

A

A

A

A

 

Stadia

C

C

C

C

 

 

Manufacturing and Assembly

Accessory Uses

P

P

P

P

P

 

Agricultural Technology

P

P

P

P

P

 

Bio-Technology

P

P

P

 

P

 

Biomedical Technology

P

P

P

P

P

 

Boat Building and Repairing

 

 

P

P

 

 

Computer Integrated System Design

P

P

P

P

P

 

Data Processing and Preparations

P

P

P

P

P

 

Dental Equipment and Supply Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Electrical Equipment Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Electronic Component Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Engine Rebuilding/Reconditioning

A

 

P

P

 

 

Health and Beauty Product Research and Development

P

P

P

P

P

 

Jewelry Manufacturing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Leather Products

 

 

P

P

 

 

Marking Device Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Motor Vehicle Manufacturing

 

 

P

P

 

 

Manufacturing and Assembly (Continued)

Paint Manufacturing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Research and Development (R&D)

P

P

P

P

P

 

Software Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Surgical Appliance and Supply Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Telecommunication Component Manufacturing

P

P

P

P

P

 

Textile Products

 

 

P

P

 

 

Tire Recapping, Retreading, and Rebuilding

 

 

C

C

 

 

Warehousing (Only as an Accessory Use to Main R-T Use)

 

 

 

 

P

 

Warehousing and Wholesaling

P

 

P

P

 

 

Welding

A

 

P

P

 

 

Manufacturing and Processing

Beverage Production

P

 

P

P

 

 

Blacksmiths

 

 

P

P

 

 

Chemical Products Manufacturing

 

 

C

C

 

 

Clothing Products

P

 

P

P

 

 

Concrete and Cement Products

 

 

C

C

 

 

Cosmetic Products

P

 

P

P

 

 

Dry Cleaning Plants

A

 

A

A

 

 

Electronic Motor Rebuilding

 

 

P

P

 

 

Fabric Product Manufacturing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Manufacturing and Processing (Continued)

Food and Beverage Manufacturing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Furniture/Fixture/Cabinet Shops

A

 

P

P

 

 

Glass Products

P

 

P

P

 

 

Grain Elevators

 

 

A

A

 

 

Laundries

P

 

P

P

 

 

Lumber and Wood Products

P

 

P

P

 

 

Lumber and Wood Products, Including Planing Mill

 

 

P

P

 

 

Machinery Manufacturing, No Punch Presses or Drop Hammers Over 20 Tons

P

 

P

 

 

 

Machinery Manufacturing, with Punch Presses or Drop Hammers Over 20 Tons

 

 

C

C

 

 

Manufacturing, Heavy

 

 

 

C

 

 

Meat Packing and Processing, No On-Site Animal Slaughtering

 

 

C

P

 

 

Meat Packing and Processing, With On-Site Animal Slaughtering

 

 

 

C

 

 

Metal Products Fabrication

 

 

P

P

 

 

Monument and Tombstone Works

P

 

P

P

 

 

Paper Products Manufacturing

 

 

P

P

 

 

Petroleum Bulk Plants

 

 

C

C

 

 

Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Plastics and Rubber Products

C

 

P

P

 

 

Printing and Publishing

P

 

P

P

 

 

Manufacturing and Processing (Continued)

Recycling Facilities – Small Collection Facility

A

A

A

A

A

9.40.160

Recycling Facilities – Large Collection Facility

 

 

C

C

 

9.40.160

Recycling Facilities – Processing Facility, Light

 

 

C

C

 

9.40.160

Recycling Facilities – Processing Facility, Heavy

 

 

 

C

 

9.40.160

Recycling Facilities – Reverse Vending Machines

A

A

A

A

A

9.40.160

Structural Clay and Pottery Products

P

 

P

P

 

 

Motor Vehicle Retail Trade and Services

Truck Repairing and Overhauling, Within Completely Enclosed Structure

 

 

P

P

 

 

Vehicle Muffler Shops

C

 

P

P

 

 

Vehicle Parts and Sales

C

 

 

 

 

 

Vehicle – Batteries, Tires, and Accessory Parts

C

 

C

C

 

 

Vehicle Body and Paint Shops

P

 

P

P

 

 

Vehicle Renting and Leasing

C

 

C

C

 

 

Vehicle Repair and Maintenance, within an Enclosed Structure

P

 

P

P

 

 

Vehicle Sales (On Site)

A

 

P

P

 

 

Vehicle Service Stations

C

C

C

C

C

9.40.180

Vehicle Wash, All

C

C

C

C

C

 

Retail Trade

24-Hour Retail Uses

C

C

C

 

 

 

Retail Trade (Continued)

Accessory Retail Uses – Only Ancillary to an Industrial Use

P

P

P

P

 

9.120.020

Bars and Alcohol Drinking

C

 

C

C

 

 

Beauty, Barber Shops

P

 

 

 

 

 

Body Massage

P

 

 

 

 

 

Building Material Stores

P

 

P

P

 

 

Cleaning and Dyeing Shops (Retail Only, Dry Cleaning Clothes in Enclosed Machines, Using Nonflammable Cleaning Compounds)

P

 

P

P

 

 

Coffee – Specialty Sales

C

P

C

C

P

 

Commercial Blood Banks

C

 

 

 

 

 

Convenience Stores

C

C

C

C

C

 

Drive-In, Drive-Through Uses

C

C

C

C

C

9.40.090

Eating Establishment

P

 

C

 

 

 

Electric Supply Houses

P

 

P

P

 

 

Equipment Rental/Sales Establishment (No Outside Sales/Storage)

P

 

P

P

 

 

Equipment Rental/Sales with Outside Storage

A

 

P

P

 

 

Farm Equipment and Supply Sales, With Incidental Repairs

P

 

 

 

 

 

Firearm Retail Sales

P

 

 

 

 

 

Frozen Food Lockers

P

 

P

P

 

 

Glass Products, Retail Only

P

 

 

 

 

 

Ice Storage

P

 

P

P

 

 

Monument and Tombstone, Sales

P

 

 

 

 

 

Retail Trade (Continued)

Office Supply Stores

P

P

 

 

P

 

Pawn Shop

P

 

 

 

 

 

Plant Nurseries

P

 

P

P

 

 

Plumbing Supplies, Within a Completely Enclosed Structure or Sound Wall

P

 

P

P

 

 

Restaurants

C

C

C

 

C

 

Restaurants, With On-Site Consumption of Alcohol

 

C

 

 

C

 

Retail Stores, General Merchandise (under 5,000 Square Feet)

 

 

 

 

P

 

Secondhand Stores, Within Completely Enclosed Structure

P

 

 

 

 

 

Sporting Goods

 

 

 

 

P

 

Taxidermists

P

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary Uses

TUP

TUP

TUP

TUP

TUP

9.60

Vending Machines, Food and Dairy Products (Walk-In, Reach-In), On-Premises Sales (Located Inside of a Structure)

P

 

P

P

P

 

Vending Machines, Food and Dairy Products (Walk-In, Reach-In), On-Premises Sales (Located Outside of a Structure)

A

 

A

A

 

 

Services

Animal Hospitals/Veterinary Clinics

C

 

C

C

 

 

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), Drive-Up

C

C

C

C

C

 

Services (Continued)

Automated Teller Machines (ATMs), Walk-Up

P

P

P

P

P

 

Banks and Financial Services

P

P

 

 

P

 

Body Art

C

 

 

 

 

 

Business Support Services

P

P

P

P

P

 

Cemeteries

C

C

C

C

 

 

Copy Services

P

P

 

 

P

 

Day Care Centers

C

C

C

C

C

9.40.080

Farm Equipment Services

P

 

P

P

 

 

Government Facilities

C

C

C

C

C

 

Hotels/Motels

 

 

 

 

C

 

Kennels

C

 

C

C

 

 

Laboratories

P

P

P

P

P

 

Laundry and Dry Cleaning, Drop-Off/Pick-Up Only

P

P

 

 

P

 

Medical Services – Clinics and Laboratories

P

P

 

 

P

 

Medical Services – Ambulance Services

C

C

C

C

 

 

Medical Services – Extended Care

C

 

C

 

 

 

Medical Services – Hospitals

C

C

C

 

C

 

Mini-Storage Facilities

C

C

C

C

C

9.40.120

Mortuaries and Funeral Parlors

C

 

 

 

 

 

Offices, Business

P

P

P

 

P

 

Offices, Corporate

P

P

 

 

P

 

Services (Continued)

Offices, Incidental to Industrial Use

 

 

P

P

 

 

Offices, Professional

P

C

P

 

P

 

Personal Services (No Adult Businesses)

P

P

 

 

P

 

Pet Crematorium

 

 

P

P

 

 

Sign Painting

P

 

P

P

 

 

Storage Yards

P

 

P

P

 

 

Unlicensed Motorized Recreational Vehicles (Snowmobiles, Quad Runners and Jet Skis) Enclosed, Incidental Service and Repair

P

 

 

 

 

 

Vehicle and Freight Terminals

 

 

P

P

 

 

Transportation and Telecommunication Facilities

Airports and Aircraft Landing Facilities

C

C

C

C

C

 

Alternative Fuels and Recharging Facilities

A

A

A

A

A

 

Broadcast, Recording and/or Film Studios

P

P

P

P

P

 

Parking Lots/Garages

P

A

P

P

A

 

Pipeline, Pumping Facilities and Tank Farms

C

 

C

C

 

 

Public Utility Facilities

A

C

A

A

C

9.40.150

Satellite Dishes/Antennas, Ground or Surface Mounted

P

P

P

P

P

9.42

Satellite Dishes/Antennas, Mast or Tower Mounted

A

A

A

A

A

9.42

Transportation and Telecommunication Facilities (Continued)

Telephone Booths, Permanent or Temporary

A

A

A

A

A

 

Transit Stations and Terminals

 

C

 

 

C

 

Wireless Telecommunications Facilities, Ground or Surface Mounted

P

P

P

P

P

9.42

Wireless Telecommunications Facilities, Mast or Tower Mounted

A

A

A

A

A

9.42

Residential

Caretaker Housing

C

 

C

C

 

 

Convents and Rectories When Connected With Other Religious Institutions

C

 

C

 

 

 

Senior Assisted Living Facility

C

C

C

C

 

 

Key to Permit Requirements

Symbol

Applicable Process

See Chapter

P

Permitted use (4)

9.56

A

Administrative use permit required

9.62

C

Conditional use – Conditional use permit required

9.64

Blank

Use not allowed

 

Notes:

(1)    See Section 9.08.030 (Allowable land uses and permit requirements).

(2)    See Division 8 of this title for definitions of the land uses listed.

(3)    See Section 9.02.020 regarding land uses not listed.

(4)    A Director-approved site plan review shall be required when site modifications are proposed. See Chapter 56 of this title.

(5)    When an AUP or a CUP is required for the primary use then the accessory use shall require the same level of review.

(§ 2, Ord. 14-13, eff. October 8, 2014; § 1 (Att. 1), Ord. 16-07, eff. May 4, 2016; § 1 (Att. 4), Ord. 17-03, eff. April 19, 2017; § 1 (Att. 3), Ord. 18-19, eff. September 5, 2018; § 1(2) (Atts. 1, 2), Ord. 20-18, eff. February 3, 2021; § 1(2) (Att. A), Ord. 23-05, eff. August 9, 2023)

9.14.030 Industrial district general development standards.

New land uses and structures, and alterations to existing uses or structures, shall be designed, constructed and/or established in compliance with the requirements in Table 2-7, in addition to the general development standards (e.g., landscaping, parking and loading, etc.) in Division 3 of this title (Development and Operational Standards).

 

TABLE 2-7
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
REQUIREMENTS BY INDIVIDUAL ZONING DISTRICT 

Development Feature

C-M

Minimum Parcel Size

9,000 sq. ft.

Minimum Parcel Width

75 ft.

Minimum Corner Parcel Width

75 ft.

Minimum Reverse Corner Parcel Width

75 ft.

Minimum Parcel Depth

120 ft.

Setbacks Required

 

Front

10 ft. (1)

Side (Each)

None (1)

Street Side

10 ft.

Rear

None (2)(3)

Maximum Parcel Coverage

None

Minimum Distance Between Structures on the Same Parcel

3 ft. (without fire wall) (4)

Main Structure – Maximum Height

75 ft.

Fences/Walls/Hedges

See Section 9.24.060 (Fences, walls, and hedges)

Off-Street Parking

See Chapter 32 of this title (Parking and Loading Standards)

Satellite Antennas

See Chapter 42 of this title (Wireless Telecommunication Facilities)

Notes:

(1)    On any street or highway which is a boundary between an industrial district and any residential district, the minimum setback shall be that of the adjacent residential district.

(2)    On any street or highway which is a boundary between an industrial district and any residential district, the minimum rear yard shall be fifteen feet (15').

(3)    When the rear lot line of a parcel in an industrial district abuts any residential district, the minimum rear yard shall be fifteen feet (15').

(4)    Building separations must comply with building and fire codes.

 

TABLE 2-7
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
REQUIREMENTS BY INDIVIDUAL ZONING DISTRICT (Continued)

Development Feature

M-1

M-2

Minimum Parcel Size

9,000 sq. ft.

9,000 sq. ft.

Minimum Parcel Width

75 ft.

75 ft.

Minimum Corner Parcel Width

75 ft.

75 ft.

Minimum Reverse Corner Parcel Width

75 ft.

75 ft.

Minimum Parcel Depth

120 ft.

120 ft.

Setbacks Required

Front

10 ft. (1)

10 ft. (1)

Side (Each)

None (4)

Street Side

10 ft. (5)(6)

10 ft. (5)(6)

Rear

None (2)(3)

Maximum Parcel Coverage

None

Minimum Distance Between Structures on the Same Parcel

None (7)

None (7)

Main Structure – Maximum Height

75 ft.

None

Fences/Walls/Hedges

See Section 9.24.060 (Fences, walls, and hedges)

Off-Street Parking

See Chapter 32 of this title (Parking and Loading Standards)

Satellite Antennas

See Chapter 42 of this title (Wireless Telecommunication Facilities)

Notes:

(1)    On any street or highway which is a boundary between an industrial district and any residential district, the minimum front yard setback shall be that of the adjacent residential district. Such front yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(2)    On any street or highway which is a boundary between an industrial district and any residential district, the minimum rear yard setback shall be fifteen feet (15'). Such rear yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(3)    When the rear lot line of a parcel in an industrial district abuts any residential districts, the minimum rear yard setback shall be fifteen feet (15'). Such rear yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(4)    When the side lot line of a parcel in an industrial district abuts any residential districts, the minimum side yard setback shall be five feet (5'). Such side yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(5)    When the rear lot line of a corner lot in an industrial district adjoins any residential districts, the minimum street side setback shall be ten feet (10'). Such side yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(6)    When the rear lot line of a reversed corner lot in an industrial district adjoins any residential districts, the minimum street side setback shall be fifteen feet (15'). Such side yard setback shall not be used for parking, loading or storage.

(7)    Building separations must comply with building and fire codes.

 

TABLE 2-7
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
REQUIREMENTS BY INDIVIDUAL ZONING DISTRICT (Continued)

Development Feature

M-P

R-T (11) (Industrial Component)

Minimum Parcel Size

40,000 sq. ft.

3 acres (8)(15)

Minimum Parcel Width

100 ft.

100 ft.

Minimum Corner Parcel Width

100 ft.

100 ft.

Minimum Reverse Corner Parcel Width

100 ft.

100 ft.

Minimum Parcel Depth

150 ft.

150 ft.

Minimum Structure Size (Gross Floor Area)

None

20,000 sq. ft. (9)(14)

Setbacks Required

 

 

Front

25 ft.

40 ft. Structures, 30 ft. Parking (10)

Side (Each)

10 ft.

10 ft.

Street Side

25 ft.

40 ft. Structures, 30 ft. Parking (10)

Rear

15 ft.

15 ft.

Maximum Parcel Coverage

50%

None

Minimum Distance Between Structures on the Same Parcel

None

None (4)

Main Structure – Maximum Height

50 ft. (12)

35 ft. (13)

Fences/Walls/Hedges

See Section 9.24.060 (Fences, walls, and hedges)

Off-Street Parking

See Chapter 32 of this title (Parking and Loading Standards)

Satellite Antennas

See Chapter 42 of this title (Wireless Telecommunication Facilities)

Notes:

(4)    Building separations must comply with building and fire codes.

(8)    Parcel size means a parcel or group of parcels, which are considered a unit for purposes of development.

(9)    Allows multi-tenants within a single structure. The minimum building size can be met by structures under a common roof or having architectural elements which visually connect individual buildings into a “building group.”

(10)    The setback shall be measured at right angles from the nearest face of the curb adjoining the street to the nearest point of the wall of the structure, in compliance with Section 9.24.100(C).

(11)    Specific development standards may be established with the adoption of the R-T District for a site. Refer to the specific zoning for the site.

(12)    A maximum height of thirty-five feet (35') when located within one hundred feet (100') of a residentially zoned parcel.

(13)    Greater heights may be allowed with a conditional use permit, in compliance with Chapter 64 of this title, only with an additional finding that the increased heights would not adversely affect nearby residences or other business park tenants.

(14)    Structures may be a minimum of ten thousand (10,000) square feet when approved through a master site plan review within a business campus planned development.

(15)    The minimum parcel size within Mixed-Use Focus Area No. 6 of the General Plan shall be eighty thousand (80,000) square feet.

TABLE 2-7
INDUSTRIAL ZONING DISTRICTS
GENERAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS
REQUIREMENTS BY INDIVIDUAL ZONING DISTRICT (Continued)

Development Feature

R-T (11) (Commercial Component)

Minimum Parcel Size

6,000 sq. ft.

Minimum Parcel Width

60 ft. (minimum average)

Minimum Corner Parcel Width

100 ft. (minimum average)

Minimum Reverse Corner Parcel Width

100 ft. (minimum average)

Minimum Parcel Depth

100 ft. (minimum average)

Minimum Structure Size (Gross Floor Area)

None

Setbacks Required

Front

40 ft. Structures
30 ft. Parking (10)

Side (Each)

10 ft.

Street Side

40 ft. Structures
30 ft. Parking (10)

Rear

15 ft.

Maximum Parcel Coverage

33%

Minimum Distance Between Structures on the Same Parcel

None

Main Structure – Maximum Height

35 ft. (12)(13)

Fences/Walls/Hedges

See Section 9.24.060 (Fences, walls and hedges)

Off-Street Parking

See Chapter 32 of this title (Parking and Loading Standards)

Satellite Antennas

See Chapter 42 of this title (Wireless Telecommunication Facilities)

Notes:

(10)    The setback shall be measured at right angles from the nearest face of the curb adjoining the street to the nearest point of the wall of the structure.

(11)    Specific development standards may be established with the adoption of the R-T District for a site. Refer to the specific zoning for the site.

(12)    Greater heights may be allowed with a conditional use permit, in compliance with Chapter 64 of this title, only with an additional finding that the increased heights would not adversely affect nearby residences or other business park tenants.

(13)    No variance/minor deviation (Chapter 68 of this title) shall be granted to allow a height greater than sixty-five feet (65') or five (5) stories, whichever is greater.

(§ 2, Ord. 14-13, eff. October 8, 2014; § 2 (Exh. A), Ord. 15-01, eff. February 19, 2015; § 1 (Att. 3), Ord. 18-19, eff. September 5, 2018; § 1(2) (Atts. 1, 2), Ord. 20-18, eff. February 3, 2021; § 1(2) (Att. A), Ord. 23-05, eff. August 9, 2023)

9.14.040 Industrial design standards/guidelines.

The City Council and the Director may adopt design standards applicable to industrial development within the City. Standards adopted by the City Council shall be by resolution. Standards adopted by the director shall be by written policy. (§ 2, Ord. 14-13, eff. October 8, 2014)