Chapter 18.44   INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT—I

Sections:


18.44.010   Purpose.

The intents of this section are to:

A.

Provide areas for the development and growth of general manufacturing and other industrial activities to contribute to the community's economic health, provide employment opportunities for residents, and generate tax revenues to support the provision of public services;

B.

Keep industrial activities within reasonable scale and consistent with the character of the city;

C.

Protect industrial areas from such other uses as may interfere with the purpose and efficient functioning of such areas;

D.

Protect residential and other non-industrial areas from adverse or damaging impact of any kind emanating or resulting from industrial areas; and

E.

Provide standards for development of industrial areas.

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

18.44.020   Permitted uses.

A.

Heavy industry.

B.

Light manufacturing.

C.

Research and development.

D.

General office associated with a primary manufacturing use.

E.

Wholesaling.

F.

Warehousing and distribution.

G.

Business support services including eating establishments primarily serving the immediate work force; the total gross floor area of such uses shall not exceed twenty percent of the total district area and a five thousand gross square feet maximum area for any individual use.

H.

Utilities.

I.

Public uses/facilities.

J.

Private schools.

K.

Other uses:

1.

Accessory uses as provided in Chapter 18.50; and

2.

Temporary uses as provided in Chapter 18.52.

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 46, 10-7-2010)

18.44.030   Conditional uses.

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

A.

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

B.

Major institution;

C.

Essential public facilities;

D.

Automobile wrecking yards.

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

18.44.040   Development standards.

A.

Development standards:

1.

Minimum site area: Five acres.

2.

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

3.

Maximum allowed height: Fifty feet.

4.

Minimum front yard setback: Twenty feet.

5.

Minimum side and rear yard setback: Twenty-five feet, or fifty feet if abutting a residential zone, provided that there are no required setbacks along a property line abutting another I-zoned property.

6.

Maximum impervious surface coverage: ninety percent.

B.

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

C.

Landscaping.

1.

Landscaping shall be planned and provided in accordance with Chapter 18.72.

2.

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

D.

Signs. Regulation of signs is provided in Chapter 18.82.

E.

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

F.

Storage and Exterior Displays.

1.

Required landscaping or buffer areas shall not be used for storage of any sort.

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

18.44.050   Other requirements.

A.

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

(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 47, 10-7-2010)