Article 14. Open Space/Recreation District (O-S-R)

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10-2.2.1401 Purpose and Intent.

The purpose of the Open Space/Recreation District is to identify the existing publicly owned open space, parks and golf courses. The intent is to provide land for public parks, recreation areas, wildlife preserves, watershed areas and scenic vistas.

10-2.2.1402 Land Use Regulations. Revised 3/21 Revised 11/21

In the following table, the letters in the "Use Regulation" column are defined as follows:

P

=

A permitted use.

L

=

A use permitted subject to certain limitations prescribed by the "Use Regulations" that immediately follow the table.

U

=

A use permitted on approval of a Conditional Use Permit.

Letters in parentheses in the "Additional Regulations" column are described in the "Additional Regulations" section following the "Use Regulations." Where a Use Regulation or a letter in parentheses is opposite a use classification heading, the referenced regulations shall apply to all use classifications under the heading. Land uses not listed (indicated by strikeout) are not permitted.

LAND USE

USE REGULATIONS

ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS

A. Residential Use Classifications

 

(C)

1. Adult Day Care Home

 

 

2. Congregate Living Facility

 

 

3. Family Day Care Home

 

 

a. Small Family Day Care Home

 

 

b. Large Family Day Care Home

 

 

4. Group Residential

 

 

5. Multiple Family Residential

 

 

6. Residential Care Home

 

 

7. Accessory Dwelling Units

 

 

a. Accessory Dwelling Unit

P

(E)

b. Junior Accessory Dwelling Unit

P

(E)

8. Single Family Residential

L(1)

 

B. Commercial Use Classifications

 

(A)

1. Ambulance Services

 

 

2. Animal Sales and Service

 

 

a. Animal Hospital

 

 

b. Animal: Retail Sales and Grooming

 

 

c. Horse Stables

U

d. Kennel

 

 

3. Artist Studio

 

 

4. Banks and Savings and Loans

 

 

a. Banks and Savings and Loans

 

 

(1) With Drive-up Service

 

 

(2) With Automated Teller Machine

 

 

5. Catering Services

 

 

6. Commercial Cannabis Business

 

 

a. Commercial Cannabis Cultivation

 

 

b. Commercial Cannabis Distribution

 

 

c. Commercial Cannabis Manufacturing

 

 

d. Commercial Cannabis Retail Dispensary

 

 

(1) With Cannabis Delivery

 

 

e. Non-Storefront Medical Cannabis Delivery-Only Operation

 

 

f. Non-Storefront Recreational Cannabis Delivery-Only Operation

 

 

g. Commercial Cannabis Testing Laboratory

 

 

7. Communication Facilities

 

 

8. Custom Manufacturing

 

 

9. Eating and/or Drinking Establishments

 

(D)

a. Eating and/or Drinking Establishments

L(2)

 

(1) With Wine and Beer Service Ending at or Before 11:00 p.m.

L(2)

 

(2) With Wine and Beer Service Ending After 11:00 p.m.

L(3)

 

(3) With Full Alcoholic Beverage Service Ending at or Before 11:00 p.m.

L(2)

 

(4) With Full Alcoholic Beverage Service Ending After 11:00 p.m.

L(3)

 

(5) With Live Entertainment

P

(D)

(6) With Dancing

P

(D)

(7) With Take-out Service

 

 

(a) Drive-up

 

 

(8) With Permanent Outdoor Seating

L(3)

 

(9) With Off-site Distribution

 

 

(a) Micro-brewery

 

 

10. Food and Beverage Sales

 

 

a. Food and Beverage Sales

 

 

b. Convenience Market

 

 

(1) With Gasoline Sales

 

 

c. Specialty Food Shops

 

 

(1) With Off-site Distribution

 

 

11. Funeral and Interment Services

 

 

12. Health Clubs

 

 

13. Home Improvement Sales and Service

 

 

14. Horticultural Establishment

 

 

15. Lumber and Building Material Yard

 

 

16. Maintenance and Repair Service/Small Equip

 

 

17. Mini Storage

 

18. Nursery

 

 

19. Offices, Business and Professional

 

 

a. Offices, Business and Professional

 

 

(1) Offices, Medical

 

 

20. Parking, Commercial Facility

 

 

21. Pawn Shop

 

 

22. Personal Improvement Services

 

 

23. Personal Services

 

 

24. Recreation and Entertainment, Commercial

 

 

a. Within a Building

 

 

b. Outside a Building

L(3)

 

25. Research and Development Services

 

 

26. Retail Sales/Rental

L(3)

 

27. Vehicle/Equipment Sales and Service

 

 

a. Automobile Sales/New and Used

 

 

b. Automobile Washing

 

 

c. Automobile Wrecking

 

 

d. Service Stations

 

 

(1) Automobile Washing

 

 

e. Vehicle/Equipment Repair

 

 

(1) Limited Vehicle Service

 

 

f. Vehicle/Equipment Sales and Rentals

 

 

g. Vehicle Storage

 

 

28. Visitor Accommodations

 

 

a. Bed and Breakfast Inns

 

 

b. Hotels

 

 

c. Motels

 

 

C. Industrial Use Classifications

 

 

1. General Industry

 

 

2. Limited Industry

 

 

3. Research Development Industry

 

 

4. Wholesaling, Distribution and Storage

 

 

D. Agricultural Use Classifications

 

 

1. Animal Husbandry

 

 

2. Crop Production

 

 

E. Community Facility Use Classifications

 

 

1. Adult Day Care Facility

 

 

2. Child Day Care Facility (Day Care Center)

 

 

3. Clubs and Lodges

 

 

4. College, Public or Private

 

 

5. Cultural Institutions

 

 

a. Cultural Institutions

P

 

b. Natural History/Science Museum

P

 

6. Emergency Medical Care/No Inpatient

 

 

7. Government Offices

 

 

8. Hazardous Waste Management Facility

 

 

9. Heliports

 

 

10. Housing for the Homeless/Emergency Shelters

 

11. Hospitals

 

 

a. Acute Care

 

 

b. Other

 

 

12. Maintenance and Service Facilities

 

 

13. Park and Recreation Facilities

P

 

14. Public Parking Facilities

 

 

15. Public Safety Facilities

 

 

16. Public Transit Terminals

 

 

17. Recycling Facilities

 

 

a. Collection Facility

 

 

(1) Reverse Vending Machine

L(4)

(B)

(2) Small Collection Facility

L(4)

(B)

(3) Large Collection Facility

 

 

b. Processing Facility

 

 

18. Religious Assembly

 

 

19. Residential Care Facility

 

 

20. Schools, Public or Private

 

 

21. Skilled Nursing Facilities

 

 

22. Utilities, Major

L(5)

 

23. Utilities, Minor

P

 

F. Accessory Uses

 

 

1. Accessory Living Quarters

 

 

2. Accessory Structure

 

 

3. Accessory Uses

 

 

a. Accessory Uses

L(6)

 

(1) Garage Sales

 

 

(2) Home Occupations

 

 

(3) Personal Cannabis Cultivation

 

 

G. Temporary Uses

 

(A)

1. Arts and Crafts Shows, Outdoor

L(7)

 

2. Christmas Tree Sales

L(7)

 

3. Civic/Community Events

L(7)

 

4. Farmers Markets

L(7)

 

5. Live Entertainment Events

L(7)

 

6. Outdoor Seating/Eating and Drinking Estab

 

7. Pumpkin Sales

L(7)

 

8. Retail Sales, Outdoor

 

 

9. Swap Meets, Non-Recurring

 

 

10. Swap Meets, Recurring

 

 

11. Street Fairs

 

 

12. Vendor Carts

L(7)

 

USE REGULATIONS

L(1)

Single Family Residential uses shall be permitted for caretakers, docents, park rangers and watchmen.

L(2)

Permitted as an accessory use in Cultural Institutions and Park and Recreation Facilities upon approval of an Administrative Use Permit pursuant to Article 12 of Part III of the Zoning Ordinance.

L(3)

Permitted as an accessory use in Cultural Institutions and Park and Recreation Facilities upon approval of a Conditional Use Permit pursuant to Article 12 of Part III of the Zoning Ordinance.

L(4)

Permitted upon approval by the Community Development Director.

L(5)

Electrical substations, aboveground electrical transmission lines, water pumping stations and switching buildings are permitted uses. All other uses within this classification are not permitted.

L(6)

See the use regulations for the primary use classification.

L(7)

Permitted subject to the approval of a Temporary Activity Permit.

ADDITIONAL USE REGULATIONS

(A)

See Sec. 10-2.3.121. Regulations for Outdoor Sales, Service, Display.

(B)

See Part III, Article 7. Recycling Facilities.

(C)

See Part III, Article 9. Inclusionary Housing.

(D)

See Part III, Article 12. Alcoholic Beverage Sales.

(E)

See Part III, Article 5. Accessory Dwelling Units.

(§§35, 36, 37, Ord. 2109, eff. 6/15/12; §18, Ord. 2129, eff. 7/3/14; §§7(1), (48), Ord. 2183, eff. 9/8/18; §3, Ord. 2188, eff. 3/8/19; §13, Ord. 2210, eff. 10/22/21)

10-2.2.1403 Property Development Regulations.

The following schedule prescribes development regulations for the Open Space/Recreation District. The symbol "NA" indicates that there is no restriction for that particular development regulation or it is not applicable in this District. Letters in parentheses refer to the "Additional Development Regulations" following the schedule.

CLASSIFICATION

DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

ADDITIONAL REGULATIONS

A. Minimum Lot Area

NA

 

B. Minimum Lot Width

NA

 

C. Minimum Lot Frontage

NA

 

D. Minimum Lot Depth

NA

 

E. Minimum Setbacks

 

D(1)

F. Maximum Height

 

D(2)

G. Density

 

D(3)

H. Maximum Lot Coverage

NA

 

I. Maximum Floor Area Ratio

 

D(3)

J. Design Review

See Sec. 10-2.4.1202.

 

K. Fences and Walls

See Sec. 10-2.3.104.

 

L. Antennas

See Sec. 10-2.3.120.

 

M. Non-Conforming Conditions

See Part III, Article 3.

 

N. Recycling Facilities

See Part III, Article 7.

 

O. Parking and Loading

See Part III, Article 2.

 

P. Signs

See Title 10, Chapter 8.

 

Q. Preservation of Trees

See Title 3. Chapter 8.

 

R. Hillside Performance Standards

See Part III, Article 4.

 

S. Stormwater Control

See Title 9, Chapter 16

 

T. Landscaping

See Part III, Article 11.

 

ADDITIONAL DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS

D(1)

Minimum setback requirements shall be determined on a case by case basis in the approval of a site plan.

D(2)

The maximum height limitation shall be 25 feet unless otherwise shown on the Zoning Map.

D(3)

The maximum density shall be determined on a case by case basis but in no case shall exceed .1 du/acre or a .1 FAR.

(§2, Ord. 2037, eff. 12/17/04; §16, Ord. 2070, eff. 6/20/2008; §18, Ord. 2108, eff. 4/7/12)