Chapter 17A.30


17A.30.010    Purpose of classification.

17A.30.020    Permitted uses.

17A.30.030    Conditional uses.

17A.30.040    Accessory uses.

17A.30.050    Lot area and width.

17A.30.060    Density.

17A.30.070    Property line setbacks.

17A.30.080    Height.

17A.30.090    Lot coverage.

17A.30.100    Parking.

17A.30.010 Purpose of classification.

The purpose of the Minimum Requirement district is to maintain zone controls within the exterior boundary of the Colville Indian Reservation, that portion of which is located within Okanogan County. All land use activities within the boundaries of the Colville Indian Reservation within Okanogan County shall be required to abide by the intergovernmental land use planning agreement. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.020 Permitted uses.

Permitted uses are as indicated on the district use chart (see Chapter 17A.220 OCC). (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.030 Conditional uses.

Conditional uses are as indicated on the district use chart (see Chapter 17A.220 OCC). (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.040 Accessory uses.

Accessory uses are as follows:

A. Normal accessory uses customary and incidental to the permitted and/or conditional use of the property;

B. Accessory dwelling units;

C. Farmworker housing;

D. Bed and breakfasts. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.050 Lot area and width.

Lot area and width requirements are as follows:

A. The minimum lot area is one acre.

B. Minimum lot width is 100 feet. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.060 Density.

Density restrictions are as follows:

A. Maximum of one single-family dwelling unit per acre, except that one single-family dwelling unit and one accessory dwelling may be permitted on any lot so long as adequate provisions for water and septic are permitted by Okanogan County public health.

B. Maximum of five multifamily dwelling units, or mobile home park units (located within a permitted mobile home park), per acre.

C. The density of RV parks, campgrounds, hotels, motels, etc., shall be determined by Okanogan County health district standards for on-site treatment. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.070 Property line setbacks.

A. All permitted structures shall have the following property line setbacks:

1. Front: minimum is 25 feet;

2. Side: minimum is five feet;

3. Rear: minimum is 25 feet.

B. Manufacturing, commercial, or industrial structures: for structures greater than 35 feet in height, property line setbacks shall be a minimum of one foot horizontal for every one foot of vertical height. Example: A 65-foot tall structure shall be required to be set back 65 feet from all property lines. If a waiver from adjacent property owner(s) is provided, the standard setback in this section (subsection A of this section) applies.

C. Structures located on a lot which is adjacent to railroad facilities, and the structure is accessory to a designated railroad loading facility, shall be exempt from the setback along the property line bordering railroad property and/or railroad right-of-way. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.080 Height.

Height restrictions are as follows:

A. Maximum height for all uses in the zone shall be 35 feet except as noted in subsections B through G of this section.

B. Maximum height shall be 50 feet for: appurtenances and decorative nonstructural architectural components on roofs of single- and multiple-family dwelling units and on roofs of accessory buildings, except accessory agricultural buildings.

C. Maximum height for agricultural uses shall be 65 feet, except as noted in subsection E of this section.

D. Maximum height for the following uses shall be 65 feet, unless otherwise limited by condition of a conditional use permit, PUD, as identified in the district use chart: agricultural wind machines; aircraft hangars; asphalt or concrete batch plants; barns; cement, lime or gypsum manufacturers; chimneys not attached to dwellings; church steeples, spires, belfries, cupolas, and domes; community centers, sports facilities and complexes; cooling towers; county administrative and criminal justice buildings (governmental services); crosses and other religious and civic monuments; drive-in movie theater screens; elevator penthouses; fertilizer manufacturing; gas holders or other similar structures; hose towers; mining, milling, and associated facilities; parapet walls; performing arts centers (theaters); petroleum storage tanks; sawmills and pulp mills; school auditoriums and theaters; smokestacks. (Note: Manufacturing, commercial and industrial uses can only be placed on lots five acres and larger, if the structures exceed 35 feet in height. See lot area and width in OCC 17A.30.050.)

E. Maximum height for the following list of uses is 100 feet: agricultural commodity storage; grain elevators; private communication towers; single-family residential windmills; water tanks.

F. Maximum height for electric transmission and distribution towers and poles shall be 150 feet.

G. Maximum height for communications facilities (commercial and public agency radio and TV, microwave or other antennas for transmitting and receiving) shall be 200 feet. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.090 Lot coverage.

Lot coverage is not applicable (see required setbacks in OCC 17A.30.070). (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).

17A.30.100 Parking.

Parking requirements are as indicated in Chapter 17A.240 OCC. (Ord. 2016-4 § 1 (Att. A), 2016).