Chapter 20.30


20.30.010    Intent.

20.30.020    Permitted uses.

20.30.022    Prohibited uses.

20.30.024    Accessory uses.

20.30.026    Conditional uses.

20.30.030    Lot, yard, and open space requirements.

20.30.040    Maximum height.

20.30.050    Performance standards.

20.30.060    Sign requirements.

20.30.070    Off-street parking.

20.30.080    Landscaping.

20.30.010 Intent.

This designation provides for moderate to heavy industrial development in the city of Shelton in order to provide needed goods, materials, and services to ensure the economic vitality of the city and Mason County. The industrial areas should be separated from residential and commercial uses by vegetative buffers or lighter intensity land uses to create a transition. All industrial uses should avoid activities that could possibly pollute air and water resources or be considered detrimental to the health, safety, and general welfare of the surrounding population. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.020 Permitted uses.

Permitted uses as listed in the land use matrix, Section 20.06.030 of this title, and other similar uses not prohibited or allowed as conditional uses. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.022 Prohibited uses.

Prohibited uses in the industrial district are as follows:

A.    Distillation of bones;

B.    Rendering of inedible fate and disposal of dead animals;

C.    Slaughterhouses and stockyards;

D.    Storage or processing of explosives, ammonia, chlorine, or similar extremely hazardous substances or extremely hazardous wastes;

E.    Glue processing. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.024 Accessory uses.

A.    Storage, processing, or use of hazardous substances incidental to a permitted use in compliance with applicable city and state regulations.

B.    Hazardous waste treatment and storage facilities incidental to the operation of a permitted use in compliance with applicable city and state regulations. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.026 Conditional uses.

The following uses require a conditional use permit as provided in Chapter 20.44 of this title, and subject to applicable conditions as found in that chapter:

A.    Off-site hazardous waste treatment and storage facilities;

B.    Off-site handling, storage, or processing of hazardous substances. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.030 Lot, yard, and open space requirements.

A.    Minimum lot size: none required.

B.    Front, rear and side yard: none, unless property adjoins a more restrictive district, when setbacks shall be the same as required of that more restrictive district.

C.    Lot width: none required. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.040 Maximum height.

Maximum height for the industrial district shall be as follows: none required, except when adjoining a more restrictive use district, the height required shall apply. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.050 Performance standards.

The following provisions shall apply to all uses within the district:

A.    There shall be no unusual fire, explosion or safety hazards.

B.    Applicant shall demonstrate to the site plan review committee that there shall be no production of noise at any boundary of the property in excess of the average intensity of street noise at this point.

C.    There shall be no emission of smoke in excess of any density prescribed by the air pollution control authority.

D.    There shall be no emission of dust, dirt, or toxic or offensive gases or fumes.

E.    There shall be no production of heat, glare or vibration perceptible from any property line of the premises upon which such heat, glare or vibration is being generated. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.060 Sign requirements.

Signs shall be constructed and maintained in accordance with Chapter 20.38 of this title. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.070 Off-street parking.

Parking shall meet the requirements of Chapter 20.40 of this title. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)

20.30.080 Landscaping.

Landscaping shall meet all requirements of Chapter 20.60 of this title. (Ord. 1462-1296 § 2 (part), 1996)