Chapter 18.42   BUSINESS/INDUSTRIAL PARK—B/IP

Sections:


18.42.010   Intent.

It is the intent of this section to:

A.

Provide areas for the development and growth of non-retail businesses engaged in high technology and software development, research and development, general office, wholesale, distribution and limited manufacturing activities to expand the community's economic and employment base;

B.

Promote concentrated, master-planned developments with cohesive design elements for architecture, landscaping, and circulation; development with high-visual quality and park-like site characteristics; functional and aesthetic compatibility with adjacent uses and neighborhoods; and enhanced opportunities for walking, biking and transit; and

C.

Insure a mix of complementary support uses, including technical consulting, personnel and productivity support services, and limited retail and service uses to support the principal business/industrial uses and reduce off-site vehicle trips to access business support services.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.42.020   Permitted uses.

A.

Office, research and technology and light manufacturing activities that do not create significant noise, emissions, risk of explosion or release of hazardous materials, or air or water pollution;

B.

General office, including call centers and other customer service communication centers;

C.

Research and development;

D.

Technology, biotechnology and medical equipment;

E.

Light manufacturing, providing all production and storage activity is conducted indoors;

F.

Wholesaling;

G.

Business support services, such as technology services and support, copy centers, and eating and drinking establishments to serve the occupants of the business park. The total gross floor area of such uses is not to exceed twenty percent of the total project gross floor area and a five thousand gross square feet maximum for any individual use;

H.

Child care, including nursery schools and day care centers, when integrated within a development;

I.

Utilities, below ground;

J.

Private schools; and

K.

Other uses:

1.

Accessory uses as provided in Chapter 18.50.

2.

Temporary uses as provided in Chapter 18.52.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 44, 10-7-2010)

18.42.030   Conditional uses.

The following uses may be allowed by conditional use permit in accordance with Chapters 18.08 and 18.12:

A.

Adult-oriented businesses, consistent with the requirements of Chapter 18.60;

B.

Religious institutions;

C.

Essential public facilities including secure community transition facilities;

D.

Major institutions;

E.

Parks and open space whether public and private;

F.

Public uses/facilities;

G.

Utilities, aboveground;

H.

Entertainment/culture facilities;

I.

Parking structures not associated with a primary, permitted use.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.42.040   Development standards.

A.

Development Standards.

1.

Minimum lot size: One and one-half acres.

2.

Floor area ratio (F.A.R.): 1.0.

3.

Maximum allowed height: Forty-five feet.

4.

Minimum front yard setback: Forty feet.

5.

Minimum side yard: Thirty feet, and one additional foot for each foot of height above thirty-five feet if abutting a residential zone.

6.

Minimum rear yard: Thirty feet, and one additional foot for each foot of height above thirty-five feet if abutting a residential zone.

7.

Maximum impervious surface coverage: Seventy-five percent.

B.

Parking and Loading.

1.

Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 18.80.

2.

One off-street loading area shall be provided for each twenty thousand square feet of building area, sufficient in size and location so as not to interfere with customer parking areas.

3.

Buildings, parking spaces and loading areas are to be so arranged as to make it unnecessary to back out into the public right-of-way to leave the site.

4.

There shall be no loading area within one hundred feet of any residential zone.

C.

Landscaping.

1.

Landscaping shall be provided pursuant to Chapter 18.72.

2.

Development shall also comply with the tree preservation requirements of Chapter 19.30.

D.

Signs. Regulation of signs is provided for in Chapter 18.82.

E.

Lighting. Lighting shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 18.70.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)

18.42.050   Other requirements.

A.

All development within the B/IP zone shall comply with applicable environmental performance standards of Chapter 18.78, the site plan review requirements of Chapter 18.16, and the design review requirements of Chapter 18.74.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 45, 10-7-2010)