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(1) Accessory Dwellings. Accessory dwellings shall conform to all of the following:

(a) The dwelling shall not exceed 800 square feet unless occupying the full story of a multi-story structure with ground floor residential use.

(b) Detached accessory dwellings shall:

1. Provide a pedestrian walkway from the street or alley to the primary entrance of the accessory dwelling.

2. The primary entrance to an accessory dwelling shall be defined by a roofed porch.

(2) 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.

(3) Alley Access. This use is permitted only if there is an alley that can provide auto access and parking. There shall be no auto access in front of the lot.

(4) Manufactured Home Park. The number of spaces designed for manufactured homes in the park shall comply with minimum residential density standards for the Royal Node.

(5) Churches, Synagogues and Temples. Permitted conditionally in areas designated for Low Density Residential use, subject to the following standards:

(a) Primary and accessory structures associated with the religious use are limited in size, at the ground floor, to no more than 10,000 square feet.

(b) Minimum requirements for on-site parking are reduced to 1 parking space per 300 square feet of floor area.

(6) Small Business Size Limits in RMU. Each individual business is limited to 3,000 square feet of floor area. In addition, no use may include a drive-through facility.

(7) Small Business Size Limits in CMU. Each individual business is limited to 5,000 square feet of floor area. In addition, no use may include a drive-through facility.

(8) Business Size Limits in MSC. Each individual business is limited to 30,000 square feet of floor area. In addition, no use may include a drive-through facility.

(9) Multiple-Unit Structures. On development sites that will result in 100 feet or more of public or private street frontage, at least 60% of the site frontage abutting the street (including required yards) shall be occupied by a building(s) or enhanced pedestrian space with not more than 20 percent of the 60 percent in enhanced pedestrian space, placed within 10 feet of the minimum front yard setback line. On development sites with less than 100 feet of public or private street frontage, at least 40% of the site width shall be occupied by a building(s) placed within 10 feet of the minimum front yard setback line. Building projections and offsets with an offset interval of 10 feet or less meet this standard (excluding required yards). “Site width” as used in this standard, shall not include areas of street frontage that have significant natural resources as mapped by the city, delineated wetlands, slopes greater than 15%, recorded easements, required fire lanes or other similar non-buildable areas, as determined by the planning director.

(10) An adjustment may be made to the special use limitations in this section if consistent with the criteria in EC 9.8030(17).

(Section 9.3811 added by Ordinance No. 20275, enacted January 13, 2003, effective February 12, 2003; amended by Ordinance No. 20594, enacted June 11, 2018, effective July 1, 2018, remanded on November 29, 2018, and provisions administratively removed; Ordinance No. 20602, enacted July 23, 2018, effective August 24, 2018; Ordinance No. 20625, enacted January 21, 2020, effective February 22, 2020, remanded on November 24, 2020, and provisions administratively removed; Ordinance No. 20659, enacted September 15, 2021, effective September 17, 2021; Ordinance No. 20667, enacted May 24, 2022, effective June 25, 2022.)