Chapter 21B.15
TECHNICAL TERMS AND LAND USE DEFINITIONS

Sections:

21B.15.010    Scope of chapter.

21B.15.020    American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).

21B.15.030    Berm.

21B.15.040    Blank wall.

21B.15.050    Biofiltration swale.

21B.15.060    Building articulation.

21B.15.070    Brewpub.

21B.15.080    Clustered development.

21B.15.085    Collective garden.

21B.15.090    Common open space.

21B.15.100    Condotel.

21B.15.110    Connector street.

21B.15.112    Cooperative.

21B.15.120    Cottage housing.

21B.15.130    Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED).

21B.15.140    Dark sky standards.

21B.15.150    Departure.

21B.15.160    Duplex.

21B.15.170    Feasible.

21B.15.180    Floor area ratio.

21B.15.190    Green roof.

21B.15.200    Gross developable acreage.

21B.15.210    Indoor recreation area.

21B.15.220    Landscaped open space.

21B.15.225    Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB).

21B.15.230    Low impact development.

21B.15.234    Marijuana or marihuana.

21B.15.235    Marijuana concentrates.

21B.15.236    Marijuana processor.

21B.15.237    Marijuana producer.

21B.15.238    Marijuana-infused products.

21B.15.239    Marijuana retailer.

21B.15.240    Mixed-use node.

21B.15.250    Mixed-use street.

21B.15.260    Multifamily open space.

21B.15.270    Multifamily.

21B.15.280    Pedestrian-oriented open space (or pedestrian-oriented space).

21B.15.290    Pedestrian-oriented street or corridor.

21B.15.300    Public open space.

21B.15.310    Rain garden.

21B.15.320    Residential street.

21B.15.330    Roofline modulation.

21B.15.340    Sight distance triangle.

21B.15.341    Sign.

21B.15.341.1    Sign, A-frame.

21B.15.342    Sign, awning/marquee.

21B.15.343    Sign, blade.

21B.15.344    Sign, box/cabinet.

21B.15.345    Sign, building-mounted.

21B.15.346    Sign, changing message.

21B.15.347    Sign, channel letter.

21B.15.348    Sign, community banner.

21B.15.349    Sign, directional.

21B.15.349.1    Sign, hanging.

21B.15.349.2    Sign, incidental.

21B.15.349.3    Sign, freestanding.

21B.15.349.4    Sign, fuel price.

21B.15.349.5    Sign, logo.

21B.15.349.6    Sign, monument.

21B.15.349.7    Sign, opaque.

21B.15.349.8    Sign, painted.

21B.15.349.9    Sign, permanent residential development identification.

21B.15.349.10    Sign, pedestal.

21B.15.349.11    Sign, primary.

21B.15.349.12    Sign, secondary.

21B.15.349.13    Sign, shadow.

21B.15.349.14    Sign, temporary.

21B.15.349.15    Sign, window.

21B.15.349.16    Sign, wall.

21B.15.350    Solar access.

21B.15.360    Town Center Stormwater Master Plan.

21B.15.370    Town Center Infrastructure Plan.

21B.15.380    Unified zone development plan (UZDP).

21B.15.390    Usable open space.

21B.15.400    Winery.

21B.15.410    Woonerf.

21B.15.010 Scope of chapter.

This chapter contains definitions of technical and procedural terms used throughout the code and definitions of land uses listed in tables in Chapter 21B.20 SMC. The definitions in this chapter supplement those in Chapter 21A.15 SMC and the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (SIC). See Chapter 21B.05 SMC for rules on interpretation of the code, including use of these definitions. Where there is a conflict between a definition in Chapter 21A.15 SMC and this chapter, the definition herein shall apply. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.005))

21B.15.020 American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).

“AASHTO” refers to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, which advocates for transportation-related policies and provides technical services to support states in their efforts to efficiently and safely move people and goods. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.010))

21B.15.030 Berm.

An earthen mound designed to provide visual interest on a site, screen undesirable views, reduce noise, or fulfill other such purposes. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.011))

21B.15.040 Blank wall.

See SMC 21B.30.240 for the definition and desirable treatments of a “blank wall.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.015))

21B.15.050 Biofiltration swale.

“Biofiltration swale” means a long, gently sloped, vegetated ditch designed to filter pollutants from stormwater. Grass is the most common vegetation, but wetland vegetation can be used if the soil is saturated. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.020))

21B.15.060 Building articulation.

“Building articulation” means the giving of emphasis to architectural elements (like windows, balconies, entries, etc.) that create a complementary pattern or rhythm, dividing large buildings into smaller identifiable pieces. See SMC 21B.30.210 for applicable standards. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.025))

21B.15.070 Brewpub.

“Brewpub” means a restaurant that manufactures up to 5,000 barrels of fermented malt beverages per year on premises as an accessory use. Such an accessory use shall not occupy more than 30 percent of the gross floor area of the restaurant. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.030))

21B.15.080 Clustered development.

“Clustered development” means concentrating lots or buildings in areas to avoid development of sensitive or hazardous areas, or to minimize impervious surfaces and stormwater runoff. (Ord. O2016-429 § 8 (Att. H); Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.035))

21B.15.085 Collective garden.

“Collective garden” means any area or location where qualifying patients engage in the production, processing, transporting, and delivery of marijuana for medical use. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A))

21B.15.090 Common open space.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(c) for the definition of “common open space.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.040))

21B.15.100 Condotel.

“Condotel” means a building used as both a condominium and a hotel. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.042))

21B.15.110 Connector street.

“Connector street” includes key streets that provide important connections within the Town Center. See SMC 21B.30.030 and 21B.30.040 for applicable provisions. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.045))

21B.15.112 Cooperative.

“Cooperative” means an entity with up to four members located in the domicile of one of the members, registered with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, and meeting the requirements under Chapter 69.51A RCW where qualifying patients and designated providers share responsibility for acquiring and supplying the resources needed to produce and process marijuana for medical use of members of the cooperative. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B))

21B.15.120 Cottage housing.

“Cottage housing” refers to clusters of small detached dwelling units arranged around a common open space. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.050))

21B.15.130 Crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED).

“CPTED” refers to “crime prevention through environmental design,” which is a multi-disciplinary approach to deterring criminal behavior through environmental design. CPTED strategies rely upon the ability to influence offender decisions that precede criminal acts. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.055))

21B.15.140 Dark sky standards.

“Dark sky standards” refer to standards that are intended to stop the adverse effects of light pollution, including energy waste, and the air and water pollution caused by energy waste, harm to human health, harm to nocturnal wildlife and ecosystems, reduced safety and security, reduced visibility at night, and poor nighttime ambience. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.060))

21B.15.150 Departure.

“Departure” refers to an alternative treatment that may be allowed by this title provided the director determines that the proposal meets the intent of the standards and applicable criteria. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.065))

21B.15.160 Duplex.

“Duplex” is a building, which is located on one legal lot or parcel, containing two dwelling units designed exclusively for occupancy by two single households living independently of each other. A single-family dwelling containing an approved accessory dwelling unit (ADU) shall not be interpreted as a duplex. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.065))

21B.15.170 Feasible.

“Feasible” means:

(1) That an action can be accomplished with technologies and methods that have been used in past circumstances;

(2) Studies or tests (for example, a pro forma) reviewed by a knowledgeable professional such as Member, Appraisal Institute (MAI), or traffic engineer (depending on the subject area) demonstrated in similar circumstances that such approaches are currently available and likely to achieve intended results; or

(3) Physical constraints are present that prevent conformance with the applicable standard as determined by the director. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.070))

21B.15.180 Floor area ratio.

“Floor area ratio” means total occupiable building area, including garage, divided by total lot area. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.075))

21B.15.190 Green roof.

“Green roof” means a roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and soil, or a growing medium, planted over a waterproofing membrane. This does not refer to roofs which are merely colored green, as with green roof shingles. It may also include additional layers such as a root barrier and drainage and irrigation systems. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.080))

21B.15.200 Gross developable acreage.

“Gross developable acreage” means the total horizontal area of a project site including new roadways internal to the development but excluding the following:

(1) Critical areas and buffers;

(2) Areas below the ordinary high water mark;

(3) Areas that are required to be dedicated on the perimeter of a project site for public rights-of-way. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.085))

21B.15.210 Indoor recreation area.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(d) for the definition of “indoor recreation area.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.090))

21B.15.220 Landscaped open space.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(e) for the definition of “landscaped open space.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.095))

21B.15.225 Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB).

“Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB)” means the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board which carries out Washington liquor, marijuana, and tobacco laws and regulations. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B))

21B.15.230 Low impact development.

Low impact development (LID) is a stormwater and land use management strategy that strives to mimic predisturbance hydrologic processes of infiltration, filtration, storage, evaporation and transpiration by emphasizing conservation, use of on-site natural features, site planning, and distributed stormwater management practices that are integrated into a project design. (Ord. O2016-429 § 8 (Att. H); Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.100))

21B.15.234 Marijuana or marihuana.

“Marijuana” or “marihuana” means all parts of the plant cannabis, whether growing or not, with a THC concentration greater than 0.3 percent on a dry weight basis; the seeds thereof; the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant, its seeds or resin. The term does not include the mature stalks of the plant, fiber produced from the stalks, oil or cake made from the seeds of the plant, any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the mature stalks (except the resin extracted therefrom), fiber, oil, or cake, or the sterilized seed of the plant which is incapable of germination. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A). Formerly 21B.15.235)

21B.15.235 Marijuana concentrates.

“Marijuana concentrates” means products consisting wholly or in part of the resin extracted from any part of the plant cannabis and having a THC concentration greater than 10 percent. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B))

21B.15.236 Marijuana processor.

“Marijuana processor” means a person or entity licensed by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (“LCB”) to process marijuana into marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana and marijuana-infused products, package and label marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana and marijuana-infused products for sale in retail outlets, and sell marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana and marijuana-infused products at wholesale to marijuana retailers. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A))

21B.15.237 Marijuana producer.

“Marijuana producer” means a person or entity licensed by the LCB to produce and sell marijuana at wholesale to marijuana processors and other marijuana producers. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A))

21B.15.238 Marijuana-infused products.

“Marijuana-infused products” means products that contain marijuana or marijuana extracts and are intended for human use, are derived from marijuana, and have a THC concentration no greater than 10 percent. The term “marijuana-infused products” does not include either marijuana concentrates or useable marijuana. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A))

21B.15.239 Marijuana retailer.

“Marijuana retailer” means a person or entity licensed by the LCB to sell marijuana concentrates, useable marijuana, and marijuana-infused products in a retail outlet. (Ord. O2016-406 § 2 (Att. B); Ord. O2014-376 § 3 (Att. A))

21B.15.240 Mixed-use node.

“Mixed-use node” refers to one of the five TC-A zoned properties in the Town Center, including TC-A-1 through A-5. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.105))

21B.15.250 Mixed-use street.

“Mixed-use street” refers to a type of street that allows for either a storefront built up to the public sidewalk or a building featuring a landscaped or plaza setback. See SMC 21B.30.030, 21B.30.040, and 21B.30.120 for applicable provisions. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.110))

21B.15.260 Multifamily open space.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(f) for the definition of “multifamily open space.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.115))

21B.15.270 Multifamily.

“Multifamily” means an apartment per 21A.15.355. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.117))

21B.15.280 Pedestrian-oriented open space (or pedestrian-oriented space).

“Pedestrian-oriented open space” means a publicly accessible space that enlivens the pedestrian environment by providing opportunities for outdoor dining, socializing, relaxing, and/or visual amenities. See SMC 21B.30.160(2) for design criteria for pedestrian open space. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.120))

21B.15.290 Pedestrian-oriented street or corridor.

“Pedestrian-oriented street or corridor” refers to a type of street or corridor that is intended to be lined with storefronts built up to the edge of the sidewalk. See SMC 21B.30.030, 21B.30.040, 21B.30.070, and 21B.30.120 for applicable provisions. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.125))

21B.15.300 Public open space.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(g) for the definition of “public open space” and SMC 21B.30.160 for applicable design standards and guidelines. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.130))

21B.15.310 Rain garden.

“Rain garden” means a nonengineered shallow, landscaped depression, with compost-amended native soils and adapted plants, that allows rainwater runoff from impervious areas like roofs, driveways, walkways, and compacted lawn areas to pond, temporarily be stored, pass through the amended soil profile and be absorbed. (Ord. O2016-429 § 8 (Att. H); Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.135))

21B.15.320 Residential street.

“Residential street” refers to a type of street featuring residential uses and landscaped building setbacks. See SMC 21B.30.030, 21B.30.040, and 21B.30.070 for applicable provisions. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.140))

21B.15.330 Roofline modulation.

“Roofline modulation” means variation in roof form. See SMC 21B.30.210(3) for details. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.145))

21B.15.340 Sight distance triangle.

“Sight distance triangle” means a required setback area at the intersection or driveway entrance off a public or private street for any fence, berm, vegetation, on-site vehicle parking area, signs or other physical obstruction between 42 inches and eight feet above the existing street grade. See SMC 21B.25.200 for details. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.150))

21B.15.341 Sign.

“Sign” means any medium, device, structure, fixture, or placard, including any necessary supporting structure and component parts, that is visible from a public right-of-way or surrounding properties, and uses graphics, symbols, or written copy to convey a message, attract attention to, or advertise a product, place, activity, business, event, good, service, or land use. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.341.1 Sign, A-frame.

“Sign, A-frame” means a freestanding, two-panel, foldable, portable temporary sign made of rigid material. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.342 Sign, awning/marquee.

“Sign, awning/marquee” means a sign painted on or attached directly to and supported by an awning or marquee. An awning may be constructed of rigid or nonrigid materials and may be retractable or nonretractable. A marquee is a roof-like shelter, as of glass, projecting above an outer door and over a sidewalk or a terrace, which may be attached to a building or be freestanding. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.343 Sign, blade.

“Sign, blade” means a small, pedestrian-oriented building-mounted sign that is attached to and supported by the exterior wall of a building with the exposed face of the sign on a plane perpendicular to the wall of the building, projecting more than one foot from the wall of a building and vertical to the ground.

Figure 21B.15.343. Blade sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.344 Sign, box/cabinet.

“Sign, box/cabinet” means a building-mounted sign that is attached to and supported by the exterior wall of a building with the exposed face of the sign on a plane parallel to the wall of the building and where the sign or individual letters are contained within a box or cabinet and are internally illuminated.

Figure 21B.15.344. Cabinet sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.345 Sign, building-mounted.

“Sign, building-mounted” means a sign that is attached directly to a building or indirectly attached to a building by a support structure. Building-mounted signs may include, but are not limited to, wall, hanging, blade, awning, marquee, opaque, channel, painted, shadow, and window signs. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.346 Sign, changing message.

“Sign, changing message” means a sign that contains electronically controlled digital or illuminated text, or a sign that contains text that can be manually changed.

Figure 21B.15.346. Changing message sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.347 Sign, channel letter.

“Sign, channel letter” means a wall sign that is comprised of lettering that is attached to and supported by the exterior wall of a building or a structure with the exposed face of the lettering or graphics on a plane parallel to the wall of the building, and where the letters contain an open channel into which neon lighting is inserted.

Figure 21B.15.347. Channel letter sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.348 Sign, community banner.

“Sign, community banner” means a temporary sign, located on City banner poles, which advertises an event that would provide civic, cultural, educational, philanthropic, or service opportunities hosted or promoted by the City or a community group that is not-for-profit or nonprofit and nonpolitical with an IRS designation of Section 501(c) or (d). (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349 Sign, directional.

“Sign, directional” means a sign that is primarily designed to guide or direct pedestrian or vehicular traffic to an area, business, place, or convenience, and may include incidental graphics such as trade names and trademarks.

Figure 21B.15.349. Directional sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.1 Sign, hanging.

“Sign, hanging” means a small, pedestrian-oriented sign that is hung beneath an awning, canopy, or marquee sign or other structure.

Figure 21B.15.349.1. Hanging sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.2 Sign, incidental.

“Sign, incidental” means a sign, emblem or decal designed to inform the public of goods, facilities, or services available on the premises, and may include but not be limited to signs designating:

(1) Restrooms;

(2) Hours of operation;

(3) Acceptable credit cards;

(4) Property ownership or management;

(5) Phone booths; and

(6) Recycling containers. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.3 Sign, freestanding.

“Sign, freestanding” means a sign standing directly upon the ground or having one or more supports standing directly upon the ground, and being detached from any building or fence. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.4 Sign, fuel price.

“Sign, fuel price” means a manually or electronically controlled sign utilized to advertise the price of gasoline and/or diesel fuel. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.5 Sign, logo.

“Sign, logo” means a sign, graphic representation, or symbol of a company name, trademark, or abbreviation, uniquely designed for ready recognition. A logo sign may be a wall sign or a freestanding sign. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.6 Sign, monument.

“Sign, monument” means a freestanding sign that is above ground level and is anchored to the ground by a solid base, with no open space between the sign and the ground. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.7 Sign, opaque.

“Sign, opaque” means a building-mounted sign that is attached to and supported by the exterior wall of a building or a structure where the surface of the sign is generally comprised of two or more opaque materials on the same plane. Where internally illuminated, the opaque material that comprises the lettering of the sign may be translucent such that it allows limited light to shine through the sign letters.

Figure 21B.15.349.7. Opaque sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.8 Sign, painted.

“Sign, painted” means a sign, mural or graphic design painted directly onto a building facade or onto a flat wood or metal surface that is then attached to the building facade.

Figure 21B.15.349.8. Painted sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.9 Sign, permanent residential development identification.

“Sign, permanent residential development identification” means a permanent sign identifying the residential development upon which the sign is located. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.10 Sign, pedestal.

“Sign, pedestal” means a temporary, pedestrian-oriented sign placed atop a pedestal that is affixed to a heavy horizontal base.

Figure 21B.15.349.10. Pedestal sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.11 Sign, primary.

“Sign, primary” means a painted, opaque, awning, marquee, or channel letter sign that is designed to be the primary source of business identification to both pedestrian and vehicular traffic. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.12 Sign, secondary.

“Sign, secondary” means a window, logo, blade, or hanging sign that generally contains secondary, pedestrian-oriented business identification, business product information, or hours of operation. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.13 Sign, shadow.

“Sign, shadow” means a wall sign comprised of individual letters or graphics that is attached to and supported by the exterior wall of a building with the exposed face of the sign lettering or graphics on a plane parallel to the wall of the building, where the surface of the sign is generally comprised of a completely opaque material. The sign lettering or graphics are separated from the building facade such that during daylight hours the lettering generates a shadow on the building facade.

Figure 21B.15.349.13. Shadow sign examples.

(Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.14 Sign, temporary.

“Sign, temporary” means a sign that is designed to be displayed for a limited amount of time and is not permanently placed or affixed such as to prevent its removal. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.15 Sign, window.

“Sign, window” means a sign that is constructed of neon, stained glass, gold leaf, cut vinyl, etched glass, or similar material in a window. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.349.16 Sign, wall.

“Sign, wall” means any sign painted on, or attached directly to and supported by, the wall of a building or structure. All wall signs are building-mounted signs. Wall signs may include, but are not limited to, window, opaque, shadow, painted, channel letter, and logo signs. (Ord. O2018-462 § 1 (Att. A); Ord. O2017-436 § 1 (Att. A))

21B.15.350 Solar access.

“Solar access” means the availability of (or access to) unobstructed, direct sunlight. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.155))

21B.15.360 Town Center Stormwater Master Plan.

“Town Center Stormwater Master Plan” means the applicable Stormwater Master Plan adopted by the City for the Town Center. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.160))

21B.15.370 Town Center Infrastructure Plan.

“Town Center Infrastructure Plan” means the plan adopted by the City that identifies the infrastructure needed to develop the envisioned Town Center land uses and that identifies principles and application required to develop mixed-use zones in the Town Center. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.165))

21B.15.380 Unified zone development plan (UZDP).

Refers to a plan that is required for new development in each TC-A sub-zone per Chapter 21B.95 SMC in order to:

(1) Establish the level and intensity of new commercial and residential development;

(2) Provide for coordinated infrastructure such as roads and utilities and public open space;

(3) Define street types and orientation to street of new development; and

(4) Identify the general location of buildings and site improvements and provision of open space, parking, environmental restoration, and nonmotorized circulation. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.170))

21B.15.390 Usable open space.

See SMC 21B.30.090(1)(b) for the definition of “usable open space.” (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.180))

21B.15.400 Winery.

“Winery” means a business that produces up to 10,000 cases per year. The maximum gross floor area of a winery is 10,000 square feet, including space for bottling, crushing, lab and office space, tasting room, restaurant, storage, and event space. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.185))

21B.15.410 Woonerf.

“Woonerf” is a term originating in Holland describing a street where pedestrians and cyclists have legal priority over motorists. Woonerfs are characterized by curbless shared spaces with traffic calming measures such as bollards and landscaping elements. Travel speeds are typically limited to 10 or 15 miles per hour. (Ord. O2010-293 § 1 (Att. A § 21B.15.190))