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The following Table 9.2630 Park, Recreation, and Open Space Zone Uses and Permit Requirements identifies those uses in the PRO zone that are:

(P) Permitted if use complies with special setbacks shown in Table 9.2640. If the use does not meet the special setbacks in Table 9.2640, the use may be approved through the conditional use permit process. Shall require zone verification.

(SR) Permitted, subject to an approved site review plan or an approved final planned unit development.

(C) Subject to a conditional use permit or an approved final planned unit development.

(S) Permitted, subject to the Special Development Standards for Certain Uses beginning at EC 9.5000 and zone verification.

(#) The numbers in ( ) in the table are uses that have special use limitations that are described in EC 9.2631.

Entertainment and recreational uses allowed in other zones are subject to the standards set out for those zones. Any examples reflected in Table 9.2630 are for informational purposes only and are not exclusive. Table 9.2630 does not indicate uses subject to Standards Review. Applicability of Standards Review procedures is set out at EC 9.8465.

Table 9.2630 Park, Recreation, and Open Space Zone Uses and Permit Requirements

Neighborhood Park

Community Park

Metropolitan Park

Non-Publicly owned Open Space

Accessory Uses

Accessory Uses. Examples include maintenance activities and storage.

P

P

P

P

Agricultural, Resource Production and Extraction

Community or Allotment Garden

P

P

P

P

Education, Cultural, Social and Fraternal

Ballet, Dance, Martial Arts, and Gymnastic School/Academy/Studio

C(3)

C(3)

Community and Neighborhood Center

C(3)

P

P

SR(2)

Community Theater, includes building

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

Concession Stand, permanent structure

C(3

P

P

C(3)

Golf Course, including driving rang

SR(2)

SR(2)

SR(2)

Trail (paved and non paved)

P

P

P

P

Kiosk, Gazebo, Pergola, Arbor

P

P

P

P

Museum

SR(2)

Library

SR(2)

Entertainment and Recreation

Amphitheater, Conservatory

C(3)

SR(2)

SR(2)

C(3)

Amplified Sound System (permanently installed)

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

Amusement Center (Arcade, pool tables, etc.)

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

Arena and Multiple Courts, indoors

C(3)

C(3)

C(3)

Arboretum, Outdoors

P

P

P

P

Arboretum, Indoors

C(3)

SR(2)

SR(2)

P

Athletic Area, outdoors, lighted (does not include skateboard facility)

C(3)

SR(2)

C(3)

C(3)

Athletic Areas, outdoors, unlighted

P

P

P

P

Boat Landing

C(3)

SR(2)

C(3)

Natural Area or Environmental Restoration

P

P

P

P

Ornamental Fountain, Art Work

P

P

P

P

Park Furnishings: Examples include: play equipment, picnic tables, benches, bicycle racks, and interpretive signage.

P

P

P

P

Picnic Shelter (for more than 40 people)

C(3)

P

P

C(3)

Restroom

SR(2)

P

P

SR(2)

Swimming Pool – indoor

SR(2)

SR(2)

C(3)

Swimming Pool – outdoor

C(3)

SR(2)

C(3)

C(3)

Wetland Mitigation Area

P

P

P

P

Lodging

Camping, only when directly related to a special event

P(1)

P(1)

P(1)

Motor Vehicle Related Uses

Parking Area shall be directly related to a primary use on the same development site

P

P

P

Transit, Neighborhood Improvement

P

P

P

P

Transit, Park and Ride, Minor

P

P

P

P

Transit Station, Minor

P

P

P

P

Residential Category

One-Family Dwelling (1 per park)

P

P

Utilities and Communication

Broadcasting Studio, Commercial and Public Education

P

P

Electrical Substation, must meet landscape standards in EC 9.6210(3) High Screen Landscape Standard (L-3) unless fully enclosed within a building or approved through a Type II procedure that shows low visual impact.

P

P

Telecommunication Facility (See EC 9.5750)

S

S

S

S

Other Commercial Services

Temporary Activity (See EC 9.5800)

S

S

S

S

(Section 9.2630, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20417, enacted August 11, 2008, effective July 7, 2009.)