parking and loading.
area ratio -- Lot coverage.
building height and bulk.
line and setback standards.
-- INTENT. The purpose of the CBD Support District is to
encourage commercial uses which both support traditional downtown (CBD) uses as
well as serve adjacent residential neighborhoods. It is intended that the
commercial uses in this area will serve as a link between the Gateway and CBD.
Residential uses will also be encouraged in order to provide housing
opportunities for downtown employees, as well as existing and future
residents. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
USES. Unless otherwise provided in this title, uses of
buildings or land in this district and buildings hereafter erected,
structurally altered or enlarged shall be limited to the following uses:
use permitted in the CBD District. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
USES. The following uses may also be permitted if their site
locations and proposed development plans are first approved as provided in
chapters 27.06 through 27.12, 27.62, 27.72, 27.78 and 27.80:
of the special uses in the CBD District, in addition to:
food restaurants, including drive-through and drive-in service, subject to the
following design criteria in addition to the standards required under this
construction should incorporate dominant architectural elements, colors and
materials common to nearby buildings.
building's street facade shall provide visual interest through the use of
transparent windows or architectural detailing.
access shall be encouraged through the use of recessed doors and windows,
awnings, street trees and sidewalk furniture.
shall be used to screen drive-through or drive-in aisles from the public right
of way and shall be used to minimize the visual impact of readerboard signs and
driveway shall be designed to minimize conflicts between pedestrians and
vehicles, and shall provide adequate site visibility.
litter control plan shall be submitted with an application. The litter control
plan shall indicate the location of trash receptacles and provisions for
employee maintenance of the site. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
OF USE. All non-residential uses permitted in this chapter
shall be subject to the following conditions:
shall be no manufacturing, processing or treatment of products other than those
which are clearly incidental and essential to the retail business conducted on
the same premises.
permitted uses in this district shall be conducted without objection from
adjoining users due to odor, dust, smoke, noise, vibration, or other similar
exterior sign displayed shall pertain only to a use conducted within the
uses, including storage of equipment, materials, supplies and commercial
vehicles for off-site business permitted under this chapter shall be conducted
wholly within an enclosed building, except as may be specifically authorized by
special permit or an accessory use to an approved permitted or special use.
(Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
PARKING AND LOADING. Automobile parking and loading facilities shall be
provided as required or permitted in Chapter 27.64. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part),
FLOOR AREA RATIO -- LOT COVERAGE. Maximum floor area
ratio and lot coverage shall be required and calculated as in Section
27.38.060. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
BUILDING HEIGHT AND BULK. Structures in this zoning
district shall not exceed the maximum height and bulk as set forth in Chapter
27.40 Building Height and Bulk Overlay District and the Building Height Plan of
the General Plan. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
SPACE REQUIREMENTS. Open space shall be provided as designated in Section
27.38.090. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
LINE AND SETBACK STANDARDS. Building line and setback
standards shall be as designated in Section 27.38.100 except as follows:
(1) A setback of
up to ten (10) feet for landscaping may be provided within front or street side
yards. New development shall be built to the property line where a structure
on an abutting property, on the same side of the street, is built to the front
or street side property lines.
(2) On streets
not designated as Required Retail Frontage, a building may be set back from the
street to accommodate the following uses:
automobile service stations, subject to the standards contained in Chapter
b. fast food
restaurants with drive-through facilities, subject to the standards contained
in Section 27.39.030. (Ord. 1994-7 § 1, 1994; Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
RETAIL FRONTAGE. Within
the Required Retail Frontage area as shown on the Downtown Specific Plan land
use map, the requirements of Section 27.38.110 shall apply, except as follows:
(a) Surface parking shall not be
permitted within fifty (50) feet of property lines designed for Required Retail
Frontage and shall be required to be located behind a building meeting the
requirements of this title, except when the following conditions are met:
(1) A building of at least 8,000
square feet exists on site and the parking will be located between the building
and property line:
(2) The surface parking is being
provided to fulfill requirements for uses within the existing building;
(3) The area to be paved for surface parking is unimproved; and
(4) At least 6 feet and up to a maximum of 10 feet of landscaping is
installed between the property line and the surface parking lot for screening.
(b) Temporary (a maximum of 5 years)
surface parking in a City or City agency owned parking lot shall be permitted.
A minimum of six feet of landscaping shall be installed between the property
line and any surface parking. (Ord. 1998-31
§ 1, 1998; Ord. 1996-3 § 1, 1996; Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
Where a CBD Support zoned plot abuts any residential district, buffers as
required in Section 27.38.120 shall be provided. (Ord. 2009-7 § 24, 2009; Ord.
1993-7 § 1 (part), 1993).
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS. In this district, residential
uses shall be permitted as part of mixed use developments, subject to the
standards and requirements of Section 27.38.130. (Ord. 1993-7 § 1 (part),