Chapter 18.40


18.40.010    Permitted uses.

18.40.020    Conditional uses.

18.40.030    Dimensional standards.

18.40.040    Limitations on use.

18.40.050    Site review.

18.40.060    Performance standards.

18.40.010 Permitted uses.

In an M-1 zone the following uses and their accessory uses are permitted with the issuance of a development permit:

(1) Agricultural supplies and equipment sales, service or repair.

(2) Auto or truck sales, service or repair.

(3) Building materials or hardware store.

(4) Contractor’s equipment storage.

(5) Grain elevator.

(6) Greenhouse or nursery.

(7) Hauling, freighting and truck yard or terminal.

(8) Machine shop.

(9) Mini-warehouse.

(10) Plumbing or sheet metal shop.

(11) Repair or maintenance establishment.

(12) Veterinary clinic or animal hospital.

(13) Welding shop.

(14) Wholesale trade. [Ord. 514 § 3.60, 2001].

18.40.020 Conditional uses.

In an M-1 zone the following uses are permitted when authorized in accordance with Chapter 18.100 PRMC:

(1) Public or semipublic use.

(2) Utility substation.

(3) Other uses similar to the use listed in PRMC 18.40.010 and this section and normally found in a light industrial zone; provided, that it has the approval of the planning commission.

(4) Construction, reconstruction, or widening of highways, roads, bridges or other transportation projects, that are not improvements designated in the transportation system plan or not designed and constructed as part of a subdivision or planned development subject to site plan and/or conditional use review, shall comply with the transportation system plan and applicable standards, and shall address the following criteria. For state projects that require an environmental impact statement (EIS) or environmental assessment (EA), the draft EIS or EA shall be reviewed and used as the basis for findings to comply with the following criteria:

(a) The project is designed to be compatible with existing land use and social patterns, including noise generation, safety, and zoning.

(b) The project is designed to minimize avoidable environmental impacts to identified wetlands, wildlife habitat, air and water quality, cultural resources, and scenic qualities.

(c) The project preserves or improves the safety and function of the facility through access management, traffic calming, or other design features.

(d) The project includes provisions for bicycle and pedestrian circulation as consistent with the comprehensive plan and other requirements of this title.

(5) If review under this section indicates that the use or activity is inconsistent with the transportation system plan, the procedure for a plan amendment shall be undertaken prior to or in conjunction with the conditional permit review. [Ord. 514 § 3.61, 2001].

18.40.030 Dimensional standards.

In an M-1 zone the following dimensional standards shall apply:

(1) The lot area shall be a minimum of 10,000 square feet.

(2) The minimum street frontage shall be 100 feet.

(3) The front, side and rear yards shall be a minimum of 10 feet each.

(4) Building height shall be a maximum 28 feet. [Ord. 514 § 3.62, 2001].

18.40.040 Limitations on use.

In an M-1 zone, the following limitations and conditions shall apply:

(1) Materials shall be stored and grounds shall be maintained in a manner which will not attract or aid the propagation of insects or rodents or otherwise create a health hazard.

(2) Any use of property within 100 feet of a lot in a residential zone shall be subject to the review of the planning commission. The planning commission may impose such limitations as may be required to reduce conflicts between uses. [Ord. 514 § 3.63, 2001].

18.40.050 Site review.

An application for a development permit for a use permitted in PRMC 18.40.010 shall be accompanied by a site plan and reviewed by the planning commission for completeness and compliance with the following requirements:

(1) The site plan shall consist of the following:

(a) An accurate map showing property lines, dimensions and location of buildings on the property, both existing and proposed.

(b) Drawn at a scale no smaller than one inch equals 100 feet.

(c) Access points to streets or highways.

(d) Names of the owner and developer of the site.

(e) Landscaping as required by this title.

(2) Landscaping shall include the following:

(a) Trees or shrubs at least 20 feet wide shall be planted and maintained when adjacent or across the street from a residential zone.

(b) A fence or wall at least six feet high shall be erected and maintained along all property lines excluding access points when adjacent to a residential zone.

(c) Landscaping shall be in place and maintained by the property owner or lessee no later than six months after the use is established or building completed, whichever comes first.

(3) A six-foot-wide sidewalk will be established along any street within six months of building occupancy or establishment of the use, whichever comes first.

(4) Lighting of parking, loading, driveway, and building areas shall be shielded away from adjoining or nearby residentially designated land. Truck parking, driveway and servicing areas shall be oriented away from residentially designated land if at all possible, and shall be shielded, screened and buffered from said land to minimize impact of engine noise and headlight glare. [Ord. 514 § 3.64, 2001].

18.40.060 Performance standards.

All uses shall comply with the following maximum pollution standards and any use exceeding these standards shall be deemed in violation of this title and appropriate measures to abate the use, modify or rescind any permit issued shall be pursued by the city.

(1) Vibration. No vibration other than that caused by motor vehicles shall be permitted which is discernible without instruments at the property line of the premises concerned.

(2) Noise. Noise generated by the permitted use shall not exceed the maximum ambient level (all frequencies) for 90 percent of the time preexisting at the boundary of the premises.

(3) Odor. Emission of odorous gases or other odorous matter in quantities so as to be detectable at the boundary of the premises shall be prohibited.

(4) Discharges. Smoke, fallout, fly ash or other forms of air pollution shall be subject to the rules and regulations of the state of Oregon.

(5) Solid Wastes. Outdoor storage of solid wastes is prohibited except for items stored in sealed containers which prevent the entrance of insects or rodents. [Ord. 514 § 3.65, 2001].