Chapter 20.22
MIXED-USE ZONING DISTRICTS (MU-V, MU-MM, MU-DW, MU-CV/15TH ST., MU-W1, MU-W2)

Sections:

20.22.010    Purposes of Mixed-Use Zoning Districts.

20.22.020    Mixed-Use Zoning Districts Land Uses and Permit Requirements.

20.22.030    Mixed-Use Zoning Districts General Development Standards.

20.22.010 Purposes of Mixed-Use Zoning Districts.

The purposes of the individual mixed-use zoning districts and the manner in which they are applied are provided below. For the purpose of this Zoning Code, mixed-use projects shall comply with nonresidential standards when no mixed-use standards exist.

A.    MU-V (Mixed-Use Vertical) Zoning District. This zoning district is intended to provide for areas appropriate for the development of mixed-use structures that vertically integrate residential dwelling units above the ground floor with retail uses including office, restaurant, retail, and similar nonresidential uses located on the ground floor or above.

B.    MU-MM (Mixed-Use Mariners’ Mile) Zoning District. This zoning district applies to properties located on the inland side of Coast Highway in the Mariners’ Mile Corridor (See Figure A-5, attached to the ordinance codified in this title). Properties fronting on Coast Highway may be developed for nonresidential uses only. Properties to the rear of the commercial frontage may be developed for freestanding nonresidential uses, multi-unit residential dwelling units, or mixed-use structures that integrate residential above the ground floor with nonresidential uses on the ground floor.

C.    MU-DW (Mixed-Use Dover/Westcliff) Zoning District. This zoning district applies to properties located in the Dover Drive/Westcliff Drive area. Properties may be developed for professional office or retail uses, or as horizontal or vertical mixed-use projects that integrate multi-unit residential dwelling units with retail and/or office uses.

D.    MU-CV/15th St. (Mixed-Use Cannery Village and 15th Street) Zoning District. This zoning district applies to areas where it is the intent to establish a cohesively developed district or neighborhood containing multi-unit residential dwelling units with clusters of mixed-use and/or commercial structures on interior lots of Cannery Village and 15th Street on Balboa Peninsula. Allowed uses may include multi-unit dwelling units; nonresidential uses; and/or mixed-use structures, where the ground floor is restricted to nonresidential uses along the street frontage. Residential uses and overnight accommodations are allowed above the ground floor and to the rear of uses along the street frontage. Mixed-use or nonresidential structures are required on lots at street intersections and are allowed, but not required, on other lots.

E.    MU-W1 (Mixed-Use Water) Zoning District. This zoning district applies to waterfront properties along the Mariners’ Mile Corridor (See Figure A-5, attached to the ordinance codified in this title) in which nonresidential uses and residential dwelling units may be intermixed. A minimum of fifty (50) percent of the allowed square footage in a mixed-use development shall be used for nonresidential uses in which marine-related and visitor-serving land uses are mixed as provided in Table 2-10. A site development review, in compliance with Section 20.52.080, shall be approved prior to any development to ensure that the uses are fully integrated and that potential impacts from their differing activities are fully mitigated. Design of nonresidential space to facilitate marine-related uses is encouraged.

F.    MU-W2 (Mixed-Use Water) Zoning District. This zoning district applies to waterfront properties in which marine-related uses may be intermixed with general commercial, visitor-serving commercial and residential dwelling units on the upper floors. (Ord. 2010-21 § 1 (Exh. A)(part), 2010)

20.22.020 Mixed-Use Zoning Districts Land Uses and Permit Requirements.

A.    Allowed Land Uses. Tables 2-8, 2-9, and 2-10 indicate the uses allowed within each zoning district and the permit required to establish each use, in compliance with Part 5 of this title (Planning Permit Procedures).

B.    Prohibited Land Uses. Any table cell with “—” means that the listed land use is prohibited in that specific zoning district.

C.    Applicable Regulations. The last column in the tables (“Specific Use Regulations”) may include a reference to additional regulations that apply to the use.

TABLE 2-8

ALLOWED USES AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS 

Mixed-Use Zoning Districts

Permit Requirements

P

Permitted by Right

CUP

Conditional Use Permit (Section 20.52.020)

MUP

Minor Use Permit (Section 20.52.020)

LTP

Limited Term Permit (Section 20.52.040)

Not Allowed *

Land Use

MU-V

MU-MM (6)

MU-DW

MU-CV/15th St. (7)

Specific Use Regulations

See Part 7 of this title for land use definitions.

See Chapter 20.12 for unlisted uses.

Industry, Manufacturing and Processing, Warehousing Uses

Handicraft Industry

P

P

P

P

 

Industry, Marine-Related

CUP

MUP

 

Research and Development

P

P

P

P

 

Recreation, Education, and Public Assembly Uses

Assembly/Meeting Facilities

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Commercial Recreation and Entertainment

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Cultural Institutions

P

P

P

P

 

Schools, Public and Private

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Residential Uses

Single-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Multi-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

P (1)(2)

P (1)

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (1)(2)

P (1)

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Two-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (3)

Section 20.48.130

Home Occupations

P

P (1)

P

P

Section 20.48.130

Live-Work Units

P

P (1)(2)

P

P (3)

 

Care Uses

Adult Day Care

Small (6 or fewer)

P

P

P

P

 

Child Day Care

Small (8 or fewer)

P

P

P

P

Section 20.48.070

Day Care, General

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.070

Retail Trade Uses

Alcohol Sales (off-sale)

MUP

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.030

Alcohol Sales (off-sale), Accessory Only

P

P

P

P

 

Marine Rentals and Sales

Boat Rentals and Sales

CUP

P

CUP

 

Marine Retail Sales

P

P

P

P

 

Retail Sales

P

P

P

P

 

Service Uses—Business, Financial, Medical, and Professional

ATMs

P

P

P

P

 

Emergency Health Care/Urgent Care

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

 

Financial Institutions and Related Services

P

P

P

P

 

Offices—Business

P

P

P

P

 

Offices—Medical and Dental

P

P

P

P

 

Offices—Professional

P

P

P

P

 

Service Uses—General

Animal Sales and Services

Animal Grooming

P

P

P

P

Section 20.48.050

Animal Retail Sales

P

P

P

Section 20.48.050

Veterinary Services

CUP

CUP

Section 20.48.050

Artists’ Studios

P

P

P

P

 

Eating and Drinking Establishments

Accessory food service (open to public)

P

P

P

P

Section 20.48.090

Fast Food (no late hours) (4)(5)

P/MUP

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Fast Food (with late hours) (4)

MUP

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.090

Food Service (no late hours) (4)(5)

P/MUP

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Food Service (with late hours) (4)

CUP

CUP

CUP

Section 20.48.090

Take-Out Service, Limited (5)

P/MUP

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Health/Fitness Facilities

Small—2,000 sq. ft. or less

P

P

MUP

P

 

Large—Over 2,000 sq. ft

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Laboratories

P

 

Maintenance and Repair Services

P

P

P

 

Marine Services

Entertainment and Excursion Services

P

P

P

Title 17

Marine Service Stations

CUP

 

Personal Services

Massage Establishments

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

Chapter 5.50

Section 20.48.120

Massage Services, Accessory

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.120

Nail Salons

P

P

P

P

 

Personal Services, General

P

P

P

P

 

Personal Services, Restricted

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

 

Studio

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

 

Postal Services

P

P

P

P

 

Printing and Duplicating Services

P

P

P

P

 

Smoking Lounges

 

Visitor Accommodations

Hotels, Motels, and Time Shares

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Bed and Breakfast Inns

CUP

 

Transportation, Communications, and Infrastructure Uses

Parking Facility

MUP

MUP

MUP (2)

MUP (2)

 

Marinas

Title 17

Marina Support Facilities

MUP

MUP

MUP

 

Utilities, Minor

P

P

P

P

 

Utilities, Major

CUP

CUP

CUP

CUP

 

Wireless Telecommunication Facilities

CUP/MUP/LTP

CUP/MUP/LTP

CUP/MUP/LTP

CUP/MUP/LTP

Chapter 20.49

Vehicle Rental, Sale, and Service Uses

Vehicle/Equipment Rentals

Office Only

P

P

P

P

 

Limited (no outdoor storage)

MUP

 

Vehicle/Equipment Repair

Limited

MUP

 

Vehicle Sales

CUP

 

Vehicle Sales, Office Only

P

P

P

 

Vehicle/Equipment Services

Automobile Washing

CUP

 

Service Stations

CUP

Section 20.48.210

Other Uses

Accessory Structures and Uses

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

 

Outdoor Storage and Display

MUP

MUP

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.140

Personal Property Sales

P

P

P

P

Section 20.48.150

Special Events

Chapter 11.03

Temporary Uses

LTP

LTP

LTP

LTP

Section 20.52.040

*    Uses Not Listed. Land uses that are not listed in the table above, or are not shown in a particular zoning district, are not allowed, except as otherwise provided by Section 20.12.020 (Rules of Interpretation).

(1)    Allowed only as part of a mixed-use development. Refer to Section 20.48.130 (Mixed-Use Projects) for additional development standards.

(2)    Not allowed to front onto Coast Highway. Coast Highway frontage shall be limited to nonresidential uses. See Table 2-10 (Development Standards for Vertical and Horizontal Mixed-Use Zoning Districts).

(3)    Not allowed on lots at street intersections unless part of a mixed-use or live-work structure.

(4)    Late Hours. Facilities with late hours shall mean facilities that offer service and are open to the public after 11:00 p.m. any day of the week.

(5)    Permitted or Minor Use Permit Required.

a.    A minor use permit shall be required for any use located within five hundred (500) feet, property line to property line, of any residential zoning district.

b.    A minor use permit shall be required for any use that maintains late hours.

(6)    Properties fronting on Coast Highway shall be developed with nonresidential uses as allowed in Table 2-9. Properties to the rear of the commercial frontage may be developed for freestanding nonresidential uses, multi-unit residential dwelling units, or mixed-use structures that integrate multi-unit residential above the ground floor with nonresidential uses on the ground floor. See Table 2-10 (Development Standards for Vertical and Horizontal Mixed-Use Zoning Districts).

(7)    Mixed-use or commercial structures are required on lots at street intersections and are allowed, but not required, on other lots.

TABLE 2-9

ALLOWED USES AND PERMIT REQUIREMENTS 

Mixed-Use Zoning Districts

Permit Requirements

P

Permitted by Right

CUP

Conditional Use Permit (Section 20.52.020)

MUP

Minor Use Permit (Section 20.52.020)

LTP

Limited Term Permit (Section 20.52.040)

Not allowed *

Land Use

MU-W1 (5)(6)

MU-W2

Specific Use Regulations

See Part 7 of this title for land use definitions.

See Chapter 20.12 for unlisted uses.

Industry, Manufacturing and Processing, Warehousing Uses

Handicraft Industry

P

P

 

Industry, Marine-Related

P

P

 

Research and Development

P

P

 

Recreation, Education, and Public Assembly Uses

Assembly/Meeting Facilities

Small—5,000 sq. ft. or less (religious assembly may be larger than 5,000 sq. ft.)

CUP

CUP

 

Commercial Recreation and Entertainment

CUP

CUP

 

Cultural Institutions

P

P

 

Parks and Recreational Facilities

CUP

CUP

 

Schools, Public and Private

CUP

CUP

 

Residential Uses

Single-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

 

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (2)

Section 20.48.130

Multi-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

 

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (2)

Section 20.48.130

Two-Unit Dwellings

Located on 1st floor

 

Located above 1st floor

P (1)

P (2)

 

Home Occupations

P

P (2)

Section 20.48.110

Care Uses

Adult Day Care

Small (6 or fewer)

P

P

 

Child Day Care

Small (8 or fewer)

P

P

Section 20.48.070

Day Care, General

MUP

Section 20.48.070

Retail Trade Uses

Alcohol Sales (off-sale)

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.030

Alcohol Sales (off-sale), Accessory Only

P

P

 

Marine Rentals and Sales

Boat Rentals and Sales

P

P

 

Marine Retail Sales

P

P

 

Retail Sales

P

P

 

Visitor-Serving Retail

P

P

 

Service Uses—Business, Financial, Medical, and Professional

ATMs

P

P

 

Emergency Health Facilities/Urgent Care

P

 

Financial Institutions and Related Services (above 1st floor only)

P

P

 

Financial Institutes and Related Services (1st floor)

 

Offices—Business

P

P

 

Offices—Medical and Dental (above 1st floor only)

P

 

Offices—Profession

P

P

 

Service Uses—General

Animal Retail Sales

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.050

Artists’ Studios

P

P

 

Eating and Drinking Establishments

Accessory Food Service (open to public)

P

P

Section 20.48.090

Fast Food (no late hours) (3)(4)

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Fast Food (with late hours) (3)

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.090

Food Service (no alcohol, no late hours) (3)(4)

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Food Service (no late hours) (3)

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.090

Food Service (with late hours) (3)

CUP

CUP

Section 20.48.090

Take-Out Service—Limited (3) (4)

P/MUP

P/MUP

Section 20.48.090

Health/Fitness Facilities

Small—2,000 sq. ft. or less

P

P

 

Maintenance and Repair Services

P

P

 

Marine Services

Boat Storage

CUP

CUP

 

Boat Yards

CUP

CUP

 

Entertainment and Excursion Services

P

P

 

Marine Service Stations

CUP

CUP

 

Water Transportation Services

P

P

 

Personal Services

Massage Establishments

MUP

MUP

Chapter 5.50

Section 20.48.120

Massage Services, Accessory

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.120

Nail Salons

P

P

 

Personal Services, General

P

P

 

Personal Services, Restricted

MUP

MUP

 

Smoking Lounges

 

Visitor Accommodations

Hotels, Motels, Bed and Breakfast Inns, and Time Shares

CUP

CUP

 

Transportation, Communications, and Infrastructure

Parking Facilities

MUP

MUP

 

Communication Facilities

P

P

 

Heliports and Helistops (7)

CUP

CUP

 

Marinas

Title 17

Marina Support Facilities

MUP

MUP

 

Utilities, Minor

P

P

 

Utilities, Major

CUP

CUP

 

Wireless Telecommunication Facilities

CUP/MUP/LTP

CUP/MUP/LTP

Chapter 20.49

Other Uses

Accessory Structures and Uses

MUP

MUP

 

Outdoor Storage and Display

MUP

MUP

Section 20.48.140

Personal Property Sales

P

P

Section 20.48.150

Special Events

Chapter 11.03

Temporary Uses

LTP

LTP

Section 20.52.040

*    Uses Not Listed. Land uses that are not listed in the table above, or are not shown in a particular zoning district, are not allowed, except as otherwise provided by Section 20.12.020 (Rules of Interpretation).

(1)    May only be located on lots with a minimum of two hundred (200) lineal feet of frontage on Coast Highway. Refer to Section 20.48.130 (Mixed-Use Projects) for additional development standards.

(2)    May only be located above a commercial use and not a parking use. Refer to Section 20.48.130 (Mixed-Use Projects) for additional development standards.

(3)    Late Hours. Facilities with late hours shall mean facilities that offer service and are open to the public past 11:00 p.m. any day of the week.

(4)    Permitted or Minor Use Permit Required.

a.    A minor use permit shall be required for any use located within five hundred (500) feet, property line to property line, of any residential zoning district.

b.    A minor use permit shall be required for any use that maintains late hours.

(5)    Approval of a minor site development review, in compliance with Section 20.52.080, shall be required prior to any development to ensure that the uses are fully integrated and that potential impacts from their differing activities are fully mitigated.

(6)    A minimum of fifty (50) percent of the square footage of a mixed-use development shall be used for nonresidential uses.

(7)    Applicants for City approval of a heliport or helistop shall provide evidence that the proposed heliport or helistop complies fully with State of California permit procedures and with any and all conditions of approval imposed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Airport Land Use Commission for Orange County (ALUC), and by the Caltrans Division of Aeronautics.

(Ord. 2014-1 §§ 5, 6, 2014; Ord. 2010-21 § 1 (Exh. A)(part), 2010)

20.22.030 Mixed-Use Zoning Districts General Development Standards.

New land uses and structures, and alterations to existing land uses and structures, shall be designed, constructed, and/or established in compliance with the requirements in Table 2-10, in addition to the development standards in Part 3 of this title (Site Planning and Development Standards).

TABLE 2-10

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MIXED-USE ZONING DISTRICTS 

Development Feature

MU-V

MU-MM

MU-DW

MU-CV/15th St.

Additional Regulations

Lot Dimensions (1)(2)

Minimum dimensions required for each newly created lot.

Lot Area (2)

2,500 sq. ft.

10,000 sq. ft.

40,000 sq. ft.

5,000 sq. ft.

 

Lot Width (2)

25 ft.

50 ft.

100 ft.

40 ft.

 

Density Range

Minimum/maximum allowable density range for residential uses.

Lot area required per unit (sq. ft.) (3)

Minimum: 1,631 Maximum: 2,167 (5)

Minimum: 1,631 Maximum: 2,167

For property beginning 100 ft. north of Coast Hwy.

Minimum: 1,631 Maximum: 2,167

Minimum: 1,631 Maximum: 2,167 (5)

 

Floor Area Ratio (FAR) (4)

 

 

 

 

 

Mixed-use development

Min. 0.35 Max. 0.50 for nonresidential Max. 1.0 for residential.

Min. 0.25 Max. 0.50 for nonresidential Max. 1.0 for residential.

Min. 0.25 Max. 0.50 for nonresidential Max. 1.0 for residential.

Min. 0.25

Max. 0.50 for nonresidential

Max. 1.0 for residential.

 

Nonresidential only

0.75

0.50

0.50

0.50

 

Residential only

N/A

N/A

N/A

1.5

 

Setbacks

The distances below are minimum setbacks required for primary structures. See Section 20.30.110 (Setback Regulations and Exceptions) for setback measurement, allowed projections into setbacks, and exceptions.

Front

0

0

0

0

 

Side

0

0

0

0

 

Side adjoining a residential district

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

 

Rear

0

0

0

0

 

Rear adjoining residential district

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

5 ft.

 

Rear adjoining an alley

10 ft.

5 ft.

0

10 ft.

 

Bulkhead setback

10 ft.

N/A

Open Space

Common open space

Minimum 75 square feet/dwelling unit. (The minimum dimension (length and width) shall be 15 feet.)

Private open space

5% of the gross floor area for each unit. (The minimum dimension (length and width) shall be 6 feet.)

Separation Distance

Minimum distance between detached residential structures on same lot.

10 ft.

10 ft.

10 ft.

10 ft.

 

Height

Maximum allowable height of structures without discretionary approval. See Section 20.30.060 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements. See Section 20.30.060(C) (Increase in Height Limit) for possible increase in height limit.

MU-V, MU-MM, and MU-CV/15th St.

26 ft. with flat roof, less than 3/12 roof pitch

31 ft. with sloped roof, 3/12 roof pitch or greater

MU-DW

32 ft. with flat roof, less than 3/12 roof pitch

37 ft. with sloped roof, 3/12 roof pitch or greater

Fencing

See Section 20.30.040 (Fences, Hedges, Walls, and Retaining Walls).

Landscaping

See Chapter 20.36 (Landscaping Standards).

Lighting

See Section 20.30.070 (Outdoor Lighting).

Outdoor Storage/Display

See Section 20.48.140 (Outdoor Storage, Display, and Activities).

Parking

See Chapter 20.40 (Off-Street Parking).

Satellite Antennas

See Section 20.48.190 (Satellite Antennas and Amateur Radio Facilities).

Signs

See Chapter 20.42 (Sign Standards).

Notes:

(1)    All development and the subdivision of land shall comply with the requirements of Title 19 (Subdivisions).

(2)    The standards for minimum lot area and lot width are intended to regulate sites for development purposes only and are not intended to establish minimum dimensions for the creation of ownership or leasehold (e.g., condominium) purposes.

(3)    For the purpose of determining the allowable number of units, portions of legal lots that are submerged lands or tidelands are included in land area of the lot.

(4)    Portions of legal lots that are submerged lands or tidelands shall be included in the land area of the lot for the purpose of calculating the allowable floor area of structures.

(5)    The minimum density may be modified or waived through the approval of a site development review. The review authority may only waive or modify the minimum density upon making the finding that the subject property contains unique site constraints that prevent the project from complying with this standard.

TABLE 2-11

DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS FOR WATERFRONT MIXED-USE ZONING DISTRICTS 

Development Feature

MU-W1 (3)

MU-W2

Additional Requirements

Lot Dimensions (1)(2)

Minimum dimensions required for each newly created lot.

Lot Area

 

 

 

Mixed-use structures

20,000 sq. ft.

2,500 sq. ft.

 

Non-mixed-use structures

10,000 sq. ft.

2,500 sq. ft.

 

Lot Width

 

 

 

Mixed-use structures

200 ft.

25 ft.

 

Non-mixed-use structures

50 ft.

25 ft.

 

Density (4)

Minimum/maximum allowable density range for residential uses.

Lot area required per unit

Minimum: 7,260 sq. ft. per unit

Minimum: 1,631 sq. ft. Maximum: 2,167 sq. ft. (6)

 

Floor Area Ratio (FAR) (5)

 

 

 

Mixed-use development

Min. 0.35 and Max. 0.5 for nonresidential uses. Max. 0.5 for residential uses. (3)

Min. 0.35 and Max. 0.5 for nonresidential.

Max. 0.75 for residential uses.

 

 

 

Lido Marina Village

 

 

Max. 1.0 for mixed-use projects

Min. 0.35

Max. 0.7 for nonresidential and 0.8 residential.

 

Nonresidential only

0.5 commercial only (3)

0.5 commercial only

 

Setbacks

The distances below are minimum setbacks required for primary structures. See Section 20.30.110 (Setback Regulations and Exceptions) for setback measurement, allowed projections into setbacks, and exceptions.

Front

0

0

 

Side

0

0

 

Side adjoining a residential district

5 ft.

5 ft.

 

Rear

0

0

 

Rear residential portion of mixed use

N/A

5 ft.

 

Rear nonresidential adjoining a residential district

N/A

5 ft.

 

Rear adjoining an alley

N/A

10 ft.

 

Bulkhead setback

10 ft.

10 ft.

 

Open Space

N/A

N/A

 

Common open space

Minimum 75 square feet/dwelling unit. (The minimum dimension (length and width) shall be 15 feet.)

Private open space

5% of the gross floor area for each dwelling unit. (The minimum dimension (length and width) shall be 6 feet.)

Separation Distance

Minimum distance between detached structures on same lot.

10 ft.

10 ft.

 

Height

Maximum allowable height of structures without discretionary approval. See Section 20.30.060 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements. See Section 20.30.060(C) (Increase in Height Limit) for possible increase in height limit.

26 ft. with flat roof, less than 3/12 roof pitch

31 ft. with sloped roof, 3/12 roof pitch or greater

 

 

Fencing

See Section 20.30.040 (Fences, Hedges, Walls, and Retaining Walls).

Landscaping

See Chapter 20.36 (Landscaping Standards).

Lighting

See Section 20.30.070 (Outdoor Lighting).

Outdoor Storage/Display

See Section 20.48.140 (Outdoor Storage, Display, and Activities).

Parking

See Chapter 20.40 (Off-Street Parking).

Satellite Antennas

See Section 20.48.190 (Satellite Antennas and Amateur Radio Facilities).

Signs

See Chapter 20.42 (Sign Standards).

Notes:

(1)    All development and the subdivision of land shall comply with the requirements of Title 19 (Subdivisions).

(2)    The standards for minimum lot area and lot width are intended to regulate sites for development purposes only and are not intended to establish minimum dimensions for the creation of ownership or leasehold (e.g., condominium) purposes.

(3)    A minimum of fifty (50) percent of the square footage in a mixed-use development shall be used for nonresidential uses.

(4)    For the purpose of determining the allowable number of units, portions of legal lots that are submerged lands or tidelands shall be included in land area of the site.

(5)    Portions of legal lots that are submerged lands or tidelands shall be included in the net area of the lot for the purpose of calculating the allowable floor area of structures.

(6)    The minimum density may be modified or waived through the approval of a site development review. The review authority may only waive or modify the minimum density upon making the finding that the subject property contains unique site constraints that prevent the project from complying with this standard.

(Ord. 2013-9 §§ 1, 2, 2013; Ord. 2010-21 § 1 (Exh. A)(part), 2010)