It is the intent of this section to:
Encourage the development of retail facilities which offer a relatively wide range of goods to consumers within the community and the broader regional marketplace;
Encourage the clustering of such facilities on sites of sufficient size to provide opportunity for attractive design and arrangement of buildings, safe and convenient access and parking;
Limit location of such sites to major arterials or intersections of major traffic ways in order that said sites may serve the entire community and broader region; and
Encourage mixed-use developments that integrate residential uses into commercial projects, either within the same building or on the same development site, to enhance living convenience.
(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)
Retail, including automobile fueling stations and uses involving outdoor product display or storage.
Personal and professional services.
Drive through facilities, including automobile fueling stations.
Hotels, motels, and other visitor lodging.
Residential, if developed as an element of mixed use site development, either in separate buildings or on the upper floors of a mixed use building; provided that, residential is not allowed at street level within buildings fronting an arterial street.
Veterinary clinics and pet daycare.
Utilities, below ground.
Other or related uses:
Accessory uses and structures as provided Chapter 18.50; and
Temporary uses as provided in Chapter 18.52.
(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 37, 10-7-2010)
Essential public facilities;
Hybrid wholesale/retail establishments; and
Mini storage facilities.
(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 38, 10-7-2010)
Floor area ratio (F.A.R.) limit: For structures or sites without residential uses, F.A.R. shall not exceed 1.0 (total gross floor area shall not be greater than total site area); for mixed-use structures and/or sites with residential uses, F.A.R. shall not exceed 2.0 (total gross floor area shall not be greater than twice the total site area).
Maximum allowed height: Forty-five feet.
Minimum lot area, width and depth: None.
Maximum front yard setback: At least forty percent of the width of any street façade of a primary use shall set back no more than ten feet from the front property line.
Minimum side yard setback: Fifteen feet if abutting a residential zone plus one foot of additional setback for each additional foot of building height above thirty-five feet. All other zones: none.
Minimum rear yard setback: Fifteen feet if abutting a residential zone plus one foot of additional setback for each additional foot of building height above thirty-five feet. All other zones: none.
Maximum impervious surface coverage: Eighty percent.
Maximum residential density: None; only as limited by F.A.R., height, parking and other site requirements. Inclusion of senior housing within a project may be granted a bonus density as follows:
Density may be increased by one percent for each one percent of total project dwelling units that are dedicated to senior housing;
The bonus shall be calculated on the total units dedicated, regardless of type; and
The maximum bonus density shall not exceed twenty percent for a project.
Parking. Off-street parking shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 18.80.
Landscaping shall be planned and provided in accordance with Chapter 18.72.
Development shall also comply with the tree preservation requirements of Chapter 19.30.
Signs. Regulation of signs is provided in Chapter 18.82.
Lighting. Lighting shall comply with the requirements of Chapter 18.70.
Storage and Exterior Displays.
Required landscaping or buffer areas shall not be used for storage or product display of any sort.
(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009; Ord. No. 948, § 39, 10-7-2010)
All development within the CC zone 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 18.76.
(Ord. No. 909, § 2 (Exh. A), 6-18-2009)