(1) Camping. Camping is permitted in the PL public land zone for a maximum of 9 continuous days and when directly tied to a special event being held on or very near the camping site, provided a special event permit approving the camping has been issued by the city to ensure that camping is managed in a safe manner with minimal impact on surrounding properties.
(2) Permitted Uses Subject to Site Review. When a proposed public use, other than those listed in subsection (3) of this section, is to be located within 300 feet of land in the broad zone category of residential, and such use will generate the need for a Traffic Impact Analysis according to EC 9.8670 Applicability, such use shall be subject to an approved site review application or an approved final planned unit development application.
(3) Permitted Uses Subject to Conditional Use Permit. When one of the following public use is proposed to be located within 300 feet of land in the broad zone category of Residential, it shall be subject to a conditional use permit according to the Type III procedures:
(a) Mineral Resources Mining.
(b) Entertainment and Recreation Uses required to obtain a Conditional Use Permit in community parks according to Table 9.2630 Park, Recreation, and Open Space Zone Uses and Permit Requirements.
(c) Homeless Shelters.
(d) Recycling – large collection facilities.
(e) Recycling – scrap and dismantling yards.
(f) Blood Banks.
(g) Correctional Facilities.
(h) Plasma Centers.
(i) Structured Parking.
(j) Cemeteries, includes crematoria, columbaria, and mausoleums.
(k) Civic, Social and Fraternal Associations.
(l) Outdoor Storage or Stockpiling of Materials.
(m) Heliports and Helistops.
(n) Veterinarian Services (includes pound).
(o) Race Tracks, including drag strips and go-cart tracks.
(p) Broadcasting Studios, including commercial and public education.
(q) Sewage Treatment Plants.
(4) The physical area of the development site to be evaluated during the site review or conditional use permit process, when required according to the above subsections, shall be based on the portion of the development site specifically occupied by the proposed use and the surrounding 100 feet.