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(1) Small Business Incentives in C-1. Each individual business is limited to 5,000 square feet of floor area in new buildings. Individual businesses shall be permitted to occupy up to 10,000 square feet of floor area on development sites that have a floor area ratio (FAR) of at least .65.

(2) Retail Sales and Personal Services Allowance in GO. Retail sales and personal services are allowed in the GO zone only if the use is located within a building that already contains office and/or residential uses. The retail sales and personal services area must be limited to 10 percent of the floor area of the building.

(3) Drug Treatment Clinic – Non-Residential Allowance in C-2 and C-3. Use is permitted on property located within a quarter of a mile of a transit route.

(4) Parking Areas in C-2. Any parking area established after August 1, 2001 that is not directly tied to a specific development shall require approval through the site review process.

(5) Parking Areas in C-3. The maximum number of surface parking spaces on a development site shall be 20. Up to 20 additional surface parking spaces may be created if all on-site parking is accessed via an alley and no vehicle access from any street right-of-way (i.e. no access connection) is allowed. All parking spaces in excess of these limits shall be in structured parking.

(6) Residential Use Limitation in C-1 and C-2.

(a) All residential dwellings in the C-1 zone and one and two-family dwellings in the C-2 zone are allowed if the ground floor of the structure is used for commercial or non-residential purposes according to Table 9.2161 Commercial Uses Requirements in Mixed-Use Residential Developments.

(b) For lots zoned C-1 within the S-JW Jefferson Westside Special Area Zone boundaries as shown on Figure 9.3605, the maximum number of dwellings per lot is specified at EC 9.3625(8) and 9.3626(1).

Table 9.2161 Commercial Uses Requirements in Mixed-Use Residential Developments

C-1

C-2

Commercial Uses Requirements in Mixed-Use Residential Developments

Minimum Percent of Building Street Frontage in Commercial Use. Building street frontage shall be measured along the length of the building at the ground level within the maximum front yard setback. As used herein, “commercial” includes any non-residential use occupying a space at least 15 feet deep from the street facade of the building, excluding parking areas and garages.

80%

60%

Minimum Percent of Ground Floor Area in Commercial Use.

80%

20%

(7) Residential Use Limitation in C-3. Within the Downtown Plan Area as shown on Map 9.2161(6) Downtown Plan Map, a structure may include one – and two-family dwellings if 80 percent of the ground floor of the structure is used for commercial or non-residential purposes.

(8) Broadcasting Studios, Commercial and Public Education Allowance in GO. Any number of receiving antennas, and up to 1 station-to-station transmitter-link antenna not to exceed 10 watts are permitted in the GO zone.

(9) Permitted in the Commercial zone, subject to the PRO zone use limitations and standards in Table 9.2630, EC 9.2631 and EC 9.2640.

(10) Separation between Retail Marijuana Uses. No portion of the premises of a retail marijuana use may be located within 1,000 feet from the premises of another retail marijuana use.

(a) “Premises” means the location of a retail marijuana use described in a license issued by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission pursuant to ORS 475B.105.

(b) “Retail Marijuana Use” means a recreational marijuana retail facility licensed by the Oregon Liquor Control Commission pursuant to ORS 475B.105.

(c) “Within 1,000 Feet” means a straight line measurement in a radius extending for 1,000 feet or less in every direction from the closest point anywhere on the premises of a retail marijuana use to the closest point anywhere on the premises of another retail marijuana use.

(Section 9.2161, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20285, enacted March 10, 2003, effective April 9, 2003; Ordinance No. 20299, enacted October 22, 2003, effective November 21, 2003, remanded on February 25, 2005 and provisions administratively removed on April 11, 2005; amended by Ordinance No. 20353, enacted November 28, 2005, effective January 1, 2006; Ordinance No. 20412, enacted July 14, 2008, effective August 16, 2008; Ordinance No. 20449, enacted December 14, 2009, effective January 16, 2010; Ordinance No. 20514, enacted July 22, 2013, effective August 24, 2013; Ordinance No. 20528 enacted May 14, 2014, effective June 23, 2014; and Ordinance No. 20602, enacted July 23, 2018, effective August 24, 2018.)