Chapter 17.09


17.09.010    Purpose.

17.09.020    Performance standards.

17.09.030    Uses permitted.

17.09.040    Uses permitted subject to the issuance of a zoning permit.

17.09.050    Uses permitted subject to the issuance of a use permit.

17.09.060    Development standards.

17.09.010 Purpose.

To establish areas for small neighborhood-oriented retail establishments on individual sites or small neighborhood shopping centers. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.09.020 Performance standards.

All uses permitted within the C-1 district shall be subject to the performance standards set forth in Chapter 17.28 and shall be subject to architectural and design review as set forth in Chapter 17.27. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.09.030 Uses permitted.

A.    Retail sales of food, dry goods, pharmaceuticals, flowers, bait and tackle, art and craft supplies, music, gifts, books and magazines, studios.

B.    Personal services such as barber and beauty shops, laundromats and cleaners, health clubs, or dance studios.

C.    Minor repair services such as jewelry, shoe, and small appliance repair shops.

D.    Food services such as cafes, coffee shops, delicatessens, and small restaurants. (Hard liquor sales requires a use permit.)

E.    Professional services such as tax consultants, real estate sales, and law offices.

F.    Medical services such as nurse practitioners, general practitioners, and dentists’ offices.

G.    Other commercial uses similar in character to those uses listed above.

H.    Single-family residential uses in conjunction with a commercial use.

I.    Mixed use--residential uses in conjunction with a commercial or office use. (Ord. 893 §3(7), 2014; Ord. 868 §1(A), 2007; Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.09.040 Uses permitted subject to the issuance of a zoning permit.

A.    Outdoor display.

B.    Outdoor food service/seating.

C.    Short-term promotional events.

D.    Special outdoor events. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.09.050 Uses permitted subject to the issuance of a use permit.

A.    Commercial accessory uses and structures.

B.    Game rooms or amusement arcades.

C.    Garden supply, nurseries, and hardware stores.

D.    Retail fuel sales, minor auto repair, and car washes.

E.    Bars not exceeding two thousand five hundred square feet in gross floor area and not including amplified music or voices.

F.    Churches, schools, and nonresidential day care facilities.

G.    Sale of hard alcohol in conjunction with restaurant or bar use.

H.    Residential care home, large.

I.    Residential care facility. (Ord. 893 §3(8), 2014; Ord. 868 §1(B), 2007; Ord. 828 §1(part), 2004; Ord. 821 §1(part), 2003; Ord. 796 Att. A (part), 1999)

17.09.060 Development standards.

A.    Minimum Lot Sizes.

1.    Six thousand square feet for an interior lot.

2.    Six thousand five hundred square feet for a corner lot.

B.    Minimum Average Lot Width.

1.    Interior lots: sixty feet.

2.    Corner lots: sixty-five feet.

C.    Minimum Lot Length. Eighty feet.

D.    Maximum Length to Width Ratio. Three to one.

E.    Maximum Lot Coverage.

1.    One-story structure: sixty percent.

2.    Two-story structure: fifty percent.

F.    Maximum Floor Area Ratio. .35.

G.    Minimum Yards.

1.    Front yard: ten feet.

2.    Rear yard: ten feet.

3.    Side yard: zero feet, or ten feet from a lot line when contiguous to any residential district.

H.    Maximum Height.

1.    Principal structure: two stories or thirty-five feet.

2.    Accessory structures: fifteen feet.

I.    Parking. See chapter 17.23.

J.    Signs. See sign ordinance.

(Ord. 796 Att. A (part), 1999)