Chapter 17.40


17.40.010    Purpose and application.

17.40.020    Property development standards.

17.40.010 Purpose and application.

The C-R zone is intended to provide for a wide range of retail sales, business, personal and professional services, as well as recreation, entertainment, transient lodging and some residential uses. The land uses allowed in this zone will generally serve the entire community and the region, as well as tourists and travelers. The C-R zone implements and is consistent with the general retail land use category of the general plan, and is intended to be applied primarily to areas with more public exposure on arterial streets than those reserved for manufacturing. (Ord. 1438 § 1 (part), 2003: Ord. 941 § 1 (part), 1982: prior code § 9203.9(A))

17.40.020 Property development standards.

The property development standards for the C‑R zone are as follows:

A. Maximum density: Thirty-six units per net acre for all dwellings, including dwelling units in hotels and motels, but not including other hotel or motel units (see also Section 17.16.010).

B. Maximum street and other yards: See Section 17.16.020.

C. Maximum height: Forty-five feet (see also Sections 17.16.020 and 17.16.040).

D. Maximum coverage: One hundred percent.

E. Maximum floor area ratio: The ratio of gross building floor area to site area shall not exceed 3.0; except, that in the downtown as mapped in the general plan land use element, a site which receives transfer of development credit for open space protection shall have a ratio not to exceed 4.0.

F. Standard Lot Dimensions.

1. Minimum lot area: Nine thousand square feet.

2. Minimum lot width: Sixty feet.

3. Minimum lot depth: One hundred feet.

4. Minimum street frontage: Forty feet.

G. Parking requirements: See Section 17.16.060.

H. Maximum building size: No retail establishment (commercial building) shall exceed sixty thousand square feet of gross floor area, unless excepted by subsection (I) of this section and Section 17.16.035.

I. A retail establishment may be allowed up to one hundred forty thousand square feet of gross floor area, if the planning commission determines that it meets the following standards:

1. The proposed use will serve the community, in whole or in significant part, and the nature of the use requires a larger size in order to function.

2. The building in which the use is to be located is designed in discrete elements that respect the scale of development in the surrounding area.

3. The new building is designed in compliance with the city’s design guidelines for large-scale retail projects. (Ord. 1500 § 3, (part), 2007; Ord. 1405 § 3 (part), 2001; Ord. 1365 § 3 (part), 2000: Ord. 1006 § 1 (part), 1984; Ord. 941 § 1 (part), 1982: prior code § 9203.9(B))