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The following Table 9.3210 S-DW Downtown Westside Special Area Zone Uses and Permit Requirements identifies those uses in the S-DW zone that are:

(P) Permitted, subject to zone verification.

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

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

(#) The numbers in ( ) in the table are uses that have special use limitations described in EC 9.3211.

Examples listed in Table 9.3210 are for informational purposes and are not exclusive. Table 9.3210 does not indicate uses subject to Standards Review. Applicability of Standards Review procedures is set out at EC 9.8465.

Table 9.3210 S-DW Downtown Westside Special Area Zone

Uses and Permit Requirements

S-DW

Accessory Uses

Accessory Uses. Examples related to residential uses include a garage, storage shed, and services primarily for use by residents on the site, such as a recreation room and laundry facility. Parking areas and garages constructed and used for a principle use on the development site, such as an apartment, are allowed as an accessory use.

P

Accessory Uses. Examples related to non-residential uses include storage and distribution incidental to the primary use of the site.

P

Agricultural, Resource Production and Extraction

Urban Animal Keeping, including pastureland (See 9.5250)

S

Eating and Drinking Establishments

Delicatessen

P(1)

Restaurant

P(1)

Specialty Food and Beverage. Examples include bagel, candy, coffee, donut, and ice cream stores. Products manufactured on-site shall comply with manufacturing allowances for food and beverage products.

P(1)

Educational, Cultural, Religious, Social and Fraternal

Artist Gallery/Studio

P(2) or C(2)

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

P(2) or C(2)

Church, Synagogue, and Temple, including associated residential structures for religious personnel, but excluding elementary through high school

P

Community and Neighborhood Center

P(2) or C(2)

Museum

P(2) or C(2)

Entertainment and Recreation

Athletic Facility and Sports Club

P(2) or C(2)

Park and Non-Publicly Owned Open Space Use (See EC 9.2620):

Kiosk, Gazebo, Pergola, Arbor

Trail, paved and non paved

Arboretum, outdoors

Athletic Areas, outdoors, unlighted

Natural Area or Environmental Restoration

Ornamental Fountain, Art Work

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

Restroom

Wetland Mitigation Area

S(4)

Theater, Live Entertainment

P(2) or C(2)

Information Technology Services

Computer Networking (includes services and technical support center)

P(2) or C(2)

E-commerce (excludes on-site shipping via truck)

P(2) or C(2)

Healthcare Informatics (includes biotechnology, bioinformatics, and medical informatics)

P(2) or C(2)

Internet and Web Site (includes services and technical support center)

P(2) or C(2)

Software Development (includes services and technical support center)

P(2) or C(2)

Lodging

Bed and Breakfast (Comply with EC 9.5100(3) for the R-4 zone)

S

Medical, Health, and Correctional Services

Hospital, Clinic, or other Medical Health Treatment Facility (including Mental Health) 10,000 square feet or less of floor area

C

Nursing Home

P

Residential Treatment Center

C

Motor Vehicle Related Uses

Transit, Neighborhood Improvement

P

Office Uses

Administrative, General, and Professional Office

P(2) or C(2)

Personal Services

Barber, Beauty, Nail, Tanning Shop

P(3)

Day Care Facility (Day care operations part of a residence are included in residential category.)

C

Laundromat, Self-Service

P(3)

Mailing and Package Service

P(3)

Tailor Shop

P(3)

Residential

Dwellings (All dwellings types are permitted if approved through the Planned Unit Development process.)

One-Family Dwelling (1 Per Lot)

P

Accessory Dwelling (1 Per Detached One-Family Dwelling On Same Lot)

P

Rowhouse (One-Family on Own Lot Attached to Adjacent Residence on Separate Lot with Garage or Carport Access to the Rear of the Lot)

P

Duplex

P

Tri-plex (Three-Family Attached on Same Lot)

P

Four-plex (Four Family Attached on Same Lot)

P

Multiple-Family (3 or More Dwellings on Same Lot) (See EC 9.5500)

P

Assisted Care and Day Care

Day Care (4 to 16 people served) (See EC 9.5200)

S

Day Care (17 or more people served)

C

Trade (Retail and Wholesale)

Bicycle Rental/Sales/Service

P(3)

Book Store

P(3)

Drug Store (excludes Drug Treatment Clinic)

P(3)

Furniture and Home Furnishing Store

P(3)

Garden Supply/Nursery, includes feed and seed store

P(3)

General Merchandise (includes supermarket and department store)

P(3)

Speciality Store (An example includes a gift store.)

P(3)(5)

Toy and Hobby Store

P(3)

Other Commercial Services

Home Occupation – Catering Service (See EC 9.5350)

P(3)

(Section 9.3210, see chart at front of Chapter 9 for legislative history from 2/26/01 through 6/1/02; amended by Ordinance No. 20269, enacted November 25, 2002, effective December 25, 2002; Ordinance No. 20285, enacted March 10, 2003, effective April 9, 2003; Ordinance No. 20507, enacted February 20, 2013, effective March 25, 2013; Ordinance No. 20557, enacted July 27, 2015, effective August 30, 2015; Ordinance No. 20569, enacted November 14, 2016, effective December 17, 2016; Ordinance No. 20602, enacted July 23, 2018, effective August 24, 2018; and Ordinance No. 20625, enacted January 21, 2020, effective February 22, 2020.)