Chapter 20.15


20.15.010    Intent.

20.15.020    Definitions.

20.15.030    Permitted uses.

20.15.040    Conditional uses.

20.15.050    Setback and open space requirements.

20.15.060    Building size and height.

20.15.070    Design review.

20.15.080    Sign requirements.

20.15.090    Parking requirements.

20.15.100    Landscaping.

20.15.010 Intent.

The airport industrial designation is intended to provide a land use classification that accommodates the industrial, commercial, and aviation-oriented uses that exist and are envisioned for Sanderson Field. This land use promotes flexibility while addressing changes in market demands, and ensures sensitive design practices are utilized within the city of Shelton gateway corridor. Development along U.S. 101 should strive to be consistent with guidance provided in “The Washington Coastal Corridor: U.S. 101 Corridor Master Plan.” (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.020 Definitions.

A.    “Temporary special event” includes but is not limited to events or activities intended to attract participants and/or spectators, such as festivals, fairs, fun runs, races, street fairs, sales, circuses, carnivals, shows, exhibitions, that may have a noticeable effect on traffic, noise, or would result in a heightened demand for public safety or security services.

B.    “The city of Shelton gateway corridor” describes the gateway corridor generally along U.S. 101, being one of the three distinct gateways in Shelton described in the land use element of the city of Shelton comprehensive plan. As defined herein, the gateway corridor shall include the area as indicated on the city of Shelton future land use map extending two hundred feet from the edge of the U.S. 101 right-of-way. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.030 Permitted uses.

All uses shall act in accordance with the “Port of Shelton Comprehensive Plan, Chapter III: Sanderson Field Master Plan” (dated June 6, 2001), and be consistent with the activities, purposes, and land uses intended within the specific zoning district where the use is proposed. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.040 Conditional uses.

Temporary special events, as defined herein, shall require a special event permit to address issues related to traffic flow, parking, safety, noise, or other potential impacts on other uses within Sanderson Field and/or neighboring uses. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.050 Setback and open space requirements.

This land use does not require building and development coverage requirements, minimum lot sizes and lot widths except when required by the Port of Shelton, or to address project-specific environmental or design issues. Building setbacks that provide minimum required fire access, noise separation, and areas for landscaping between buildings and driveways, public or private roads, parking areas, adjacent buildings, or other improvements shall be developed as part of the leased space provided by the Port of Shelton. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.060 Building size and height.

Except for structures deemed necessary for airport operations and allowed under the provisions of the airport overlay zoning airspace protection areas, no structures shall exceed forty-five feet in height. A variance from this standard would be processed in accordance with Chapter 20.50. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.070 Design review.

Uses proposed within the gateway and neighborhood commercial districts of the Sanderson Field master plan shall conform to the city of Shelton gateway corridor design standards. See Section 20.64.110. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.080 Sign requirements.

Signage shall conform to the city of Shelton sign regulations. See Chapter 20.38. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.090 Parking requirements.

New development shall provide a minimum required number of parking stalls in compliance with Section 20.40 (excepting the design requirements in Section 20.40.040). (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)

20.15.100 Landscaping.

Landscaping shall meet all requirements of Chapter 20.60. (Ord. 1713-1207 § 2 (part), 2007)