Chapter 16.06
COMMERCIAL RETAIL – CR ZONE Revised 3/19

Sections:

16.06.000    Purpose.

16.06.010    Uses. Revised 3/19

16.06.020    Conditional uses.

16.06.030    Prohibited uses.

16.06.100    Development standards.

16.06.110    Height.

16.06.120    Lot area and dimensions.

16.06.130    Front yards and yards abutting streets.

16.06.140    Interior side and rear yards.

16.06.200    Landscaping.

16.06.250    Special requirements adjacent to residential zones.

16.06.300    Informational reference to additional standards.

*    Terms defined in Chapter 16.49 MCC.

16.06.000 Purpose.

The purpose of the CR (commercial retail) zone is to provide areas suitable for professional and general commercial offices, retail sales within a building, eating and drinking places, commercial accommodations and commercial services. The commercial retail zone is appropriate in those areas designated commercial in the applicable urban area comprehensive plan and where the location has access to a collector or arterial street. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.00.]

16.06.010 Uses. Revised 3/19

A. The following uses, when developed under the applicable development standards in this title, are permitted in the CR zone:

1. Dwelling units* or lodging rooms* in conjunction with a commercial use.

2. Offices for any use listed in SIC Division C – Construction.

3. Commercial printing, SIC 275.

4. Post offices, SIC 43.

5. Travel agency, SIC 4724.

6. Communications, SIC 48, except transmission towers*.

7. Building materials, hardware, retail nurseries and garden supply, SIC 52, except SIC 527, mobile home dealers.

8. General merchandise stores, SIC 53.

9. Food stores, SIC 54.

10. Auto and home supply stores, SIC 553.

11. Apparel and accessory stores, SIC 56.

12. House furniture, furnishings and equipment stores, SIC 57.

13. Eating and drinking places except mobile food vendors, SIC 58.

14. Miscellaneous retail, SIC 59, except SIC 598, fuel dealers, provided all display is within a building.

15. Finance, insurance and real estate, SIC 60, 61, 63, 64, 65, 66 and 67.

16. Hotels, rooming houses*, and other lodging places, SIC 70 except campgrounds* and recreational vehicle parks*.

17. Public utility*.

18. Personal services, SIC 72, except SIC 7217, carpet and upholstery cleaning, and SIC 7218, industrial launderers.

19. Business services, SIC 73, except SIC 7342, disinfecting and pest control services, and SIC 7353, heavy construction equipment rental.

20. Signs subject to Chapter 16.31 MCC.

21. Watch, clock and jewelry repair, SIC 763.

22. Landscape counseling and planning, SIC 0781.

23. Motion picture distribution and allied services, SIC 782.

24. Motion picture theaters, SIC 783, except SIC 7838, drive-in.

25. Video tape rental, SIC 784.

26. Dance studios, schools, and halls, SIC 791.

27. Theatrical producers (except motion pictures), bands, orchestras and entertainers, SIC 792.

28. Bowling centers, SIC 793.

29. Miscellaneous amusement and recreation services, SIC 799, except SIC 7992, golf courses, and SIC 7996, amusement parks.

30. Health services, SIC 80, except SIC 806, hospitals.

31. Ambulance service.

32. Legal services, SIC 81.

33. Educational service, SIC 82.

34. Social services, SIC 83, including nursing care facility*.

35. Museums, art galleries, botanical and zoological gardens, SIC 84.

36. Membership organizations, SIC 86.

37. Engineering, accounting, research management, and related services, SIC 87.

38. Miscellaneous services, SIC 89.

39. Executive offices, SIC 911.

40. Executive and legislative combined, SIC 913.

41. Finance, taxation, and monetary policy, SIC 93.

42. Administration of human resources programs, SIC 94.

43. Administration of environmental quality and housing programs, SIC 95.

44. Administration of economic programs, SIC 96.

45. National security and international affairs, SIC 97.

46. Public buildings and structures such as fire stations and public utility facilities*.

47. Uses permitted in Chapter 16.25 MCC.

48. The following uses subject to the special standards in Chapter 16.26 MCC:

a. Gasoline service stations, SIC 554 (see MCC 16.26.520).

b. Used merchandise store (see MCC 16.26.480) provided all display is within a building.

c. Religious organizations* and membership organizations, SIC 86 (see MCC 16.26.600).

d. Veterinary services, SIC 074 (see MCC 16.26.420).

e. Recreational vehicle parks* (see MCC 16.26.400).

f. Bed and breakfast establishments (see MCC 16.26.260).

g. Mixed use buildings (see MCC 16.26.460).

h. Automobile dealers, SIC 55, except SIC 553, 554 (see MCC 16.26.580).

i. Automotive parking, SIC 7521 (see MCC 16.26.580).

j. Mobile food vendor* (see MCC 16.26.570).

49. In the city of Lyons urban growth boundary, on a lot or parcel that existed on January 23, 2019, a single-family residence. [Ord. 1397 § 4 (Exh. B), 2019; Ord. 1369 § 4 (Exh. B), 2016; Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.01.]

16.06.020 Conditional uses.

A. The following uses may be permitted subject to obtaining a conditional use permit:

1. Manufacture of jewelry, silverware and plated ware, SIC 391.

2. Manufacture of costume jewelry, novelties, buttons, etc., SIC 396.

3. Local and suburban passenger transportation, SIC 411.

4. Intercity and rural highway passenger transportation within 2,000 feet from the center point of an I-5 interchange and having direct access onto a major arterial, SIC 413.

5. Transmission towers*.

6. Carpet and upholstery cleaning, SIC 7217.

7. Automotive rental and leasing, without drivers, SIC 751 (see MCC 16.26.580).

8. Automotive repair shops, SIC 753 (see MCC 16.26.580).

9. Automotive services, except repair, SIC 754 (see MCC 16.26.580).

10. Electrical repair shops, SIC 762.

11. Reupholstery and furniture repair, SIC 764.

12. Professional sports clubs and promoters, SIC 7941.

13. Utilities* – secondary truck parking and material storage yard.

14. Medical marijuana dispensary* subject to Chapter 16.32 MCC. [Ord. 1372 § 4 (Exh. A), 2016; Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.02.]

16.06.030 Prohibited uses.

Within a CR zone no building, structure, vehicle or land shall be used, erected, structurally altered, or enlarged for any use not permitted under MCC 16.06.010 and 16.06.020. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.03.]

16.06.100 Development standards.

The standards and regulations in this chapter and the additional standards and regulations referenced in Chapter 16.24 MCC and Chapters 16.26 through 16.34 MCC apply to all lots, structures and uses unless indicated otherwise. No structure or use shall be approved until all requirements in this chapter have been satisfied.

The provisions of this chapter are complementary and supplementary to other provisions of this title. In the event of a conflict between a provision of this chapter and a more restrictive provision of this title applicable to a particular lot, structure or use, the more restrictive provision shall apply. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.10.]

16.06.110 Height.

Within a CR zone buildings and structures erected, altered, or enlarged shall not exceed 50 feet in height; provided, the portion of any nonresidential structure within 20 feet of a side or rear lot line that abuts on a lot in a residential zone shall not project above a plane 12 feet high at the abutting lot line and increasing one foot for each foot of distance from the lot line. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.11.]

16.06.120 Lot area and dimensions.

Within a CR zone there are no minimum lot area or dimension requirements. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.12.]

16.06.130 Front yards and yards abutting streets.

Within a CR zone:

A. Along the full extent of each lot line abutting a street there shall be a required yard five feet in depth.

B. Yards for accessory structures except fences shall be the same as for primary buildings. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.13.]

16.06.140 Interior side and rear yards.

Within a CR zone the following yards shall be provided:

A. Adjacent to a side or rear lot line abutting a lot in any residential zone, there shall be a required side or rear yard three feet in depth along the full extent of the side or rear lot line.

B. Except as provided in subsection (A) of this section, no interior rear or side yards are required; but any space between a building and another structure, other than a fence, shall be not less than three feet in depth exclusive of any alley area.

C. Yard requirements for accessory buildings and structures except fences shall be the same as for main buildings. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.14.]

16.06.200 Landscaping.

Within a CR zone:

A. Landscaping shall be provided in any yard abutting a residential zone and in any required front or side yard. Such yard shall be contained by a sight-obscuring fence, wall or hedge at least six feet high.

B. A landscaped area at least three feet wide shall be provided between any parking or loading spaces or driveway, and a lot in a residential zone or a street.

C. All outdoor areas used in conjunction with the development or use that are not landscaped shall be paved and drainage provided in accordance with Marion County department of public works standards.

D. All required landscape areas shall be landscaped as provided in Chapter 16.29 MCC. [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.20.]

16.06.250 Special requirements adjacent to residential zones.

Any nonresidential development established after the adoption of this title abutting a residential, UD or UT zone shall meet the following requirements:

A. Outdoor storage facilities shall be screened by a sight-obscuring fence, wall or hedge from view of the public road and from adjacent residential property.

B. Exterior lighting shall be designed to illuminate the site and be directed away from public streets and residential properties.

C. Roof equipment shall be screened from view of nearby residential property.

D. Special setback and height standards in MCC 16.06.110 and 16.06.140(A). [Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.25.]

16.06.300 Informational reference to additional standards.

Additional use and development standards may be found in the following chapters:

Floodplain Overlay Zone

Chapter 16.19 MCC

Greenway Management Overlay Zone

Chapter 16.20 MCC

Airport Overlay Zone

Chapter 16.21 MCC

Geologically Hazardous Areas Overlay Zone

Chapter 16.24 MCC

General Development Standards and Regulations

Chapter 16.27 MCC

Development Standards for Secondary, Accessory and Temporary Structures

Chapter 16.28 MCC

Landscaping

Chapter 16.29 MCC

Off-Street Parking and Loading

Chapter 16.30 MCC

Subdivision and Partition Requirements

Chapter 16.33 MCC

[Ord. 1301 § 4 (Exh. A), 2010; Ord. 1204 § 4, 2004; Ord. 863 § 5, 1990. UZ Ord. § 6.30.]