Chapter 17.15
REGULATIONS FOR THE ELEVENTH STREET PROFESSIONAL USE OR “P” COMBINING DISTRICT

Sections:

17.15.010    Purpose.

17.15.020    Applicability.

17.15.030    Uses permitted.

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

17.15.050    Development standards.

17.15.060    Performance standards for professional uses.

17.15.010 Purpose.

To provide standards for professional uses as shown on the zoning map in the Eleventh Street corridor between Main Street and Highway 29. Professional uses may be developed subject to the requirements set forth herein. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.15.020 Applicability.

The professional use combining district standards will apply in the conversion of existing structures to a professional use or in the development of new structures. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.15.030 Uses permitted.

All professional uses, and those uses allowed within the base zoning district as an outright use, may be developed within the professional use combining district subject to the requirements set forth in the base zoning district and herein. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

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

Professional uses in combination with those uses permitted within the base zoning district, or those uses permitted subject to a use permit within the base zoning district, may be developed subject to the issuance of a use permit and compliance with the requirements set forth herein. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.15.050 Development standards.

A.    The maximum permitted density for uses within the professional use district shall be those set forth in the base zoning district.

B.    The minimum lot size for parcels within the professional use combining district shall be as set forth within the base zoning district.

C.    Minimum Average Lot Width. As set forth within the base zoning district.

D.    Maximum Length to Width Ratio. As set forth within the base zoning district.

E.    Maximum Lot Coverage. As set forth within the base zoning district.

F.    Minimum Yards.

1.    Front yard: fifteen feet from the property line.

2.    Rear yard: ten feet from the lot line.

3.    Side yard: five feet from the lot lines, except on a corner lot where the street-side setback shall be ten feet.

G.    Maximum Height. As set forth within the base zoning district. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)

17.15.060 Performance standards for professional uses.

Professional uses that are proposed within the professional use combining district shall be subject to the following performance standards:

A.    All proposed professional uses, whether they involve the conversion of an existing structure or the construction of a new building, shall be subject to architectural and design review.

B.    The dedication of land for street right-of-way may be a condition of approval for professional use development projects. Said dedication shall be for the purpose of widening Eleventh Street and providing for proper geometric configuration at intersections to accommodate future anticipated traffic volumes.

C.    Where feasible, access to lots shall be provided on side streets. Where access from Eleventh Street is required, driveways shall be designed so as to accommodate efficient turning movements to facilitate the flow of traffic on Eleventh Street. Driveway spacing shall be the minimum necessary to reduce the turning movements and prevent the slowing of traffic on Eleventh Street.

D.    The construction of frontage improvements to city standard may be a development requirement within the professional use combining district.

E.    The planning commission, in their review of professional uses within the professional use combining district, shall consider: dedication of land for right-of-way purposes; undergrounding of utilities; provision of landscaping; removal of existing vegetation; reconstruction of adjacent streets; provision of storm drainage facilities or easements; and any other on or off site improvements necessary to facilitate the public health, safety, and welfare and to carry out the intent of the Lakeport general plan. (Ord. 796 Att. A(part), 1999)