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The following Table 9.3910 S-W Whiteaker Special Area Zone Uses and Permit Requirements identifies those uses in the S-W zone that are:

(P) Permitted, subject to zone verification.

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

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

(PUD) Permitted, subject to 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 that are described in EC 9.3911.

Examples of uses in Table 9.3910 are for informational purposes and not exclusive. Table 9.3910 does not include uses subject to Standards Review. Applicability of Standards Review procedures is set out at EC 9.8465.

Table 9.3910 S-W Whiteaker Special Area Zone Uses and Permit Requirements

S-W

Accessory Uses

Accessory Uses. Examples related to residential uses include a garage, storage shed, bed and breakfast facility (see EC 9.5100) and home occupations (see EC 9.5350). Examples relating to commercial and employment and industrial uses include security work, administration activity and sales related to industrial uses manufactured on the same development site, and storage and distribution incidental to the primary use of the site.

P

Agricultural, Resource Production and Extraction

Community and Allotment Garden

P

Horticultural Use

P

Urban Animal Keeping, including pastureland (See 9.5250)

S

Eating and Drinking Establishments

Bar and Tavern

P(1)

Delicatessen

P(1)

Restaurant

P(1)

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

P(1)

Education, Cultural, Religious, Social and Fraternal

Artist Gallery/Studio

P

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

P

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

P

Community and Neighborhood Center

P

School, Business or Specialized Educational Training, excludes driving instruction

P

School, Elementary through High School

P

Museum

P

Entertainment and Recreation

Amusement Center (arcade, pool tables, etc.)

P

Athletic Facility and Sports Club

P

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

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

Natural Area or Environmental Restoration

Ornamental Fountain, Art Work

Restroom

Wetland Mitigation Area

S(4)

Theater, Live Entertainment

P

Financial Services

Automated Teller Machine (ATM)

P(1)

Bank, Savings and Loan Office, Credit Union

P(1)

Government

Government Services, not listed elsewhere

P(1)

Information Technology Services

Computer Networking (includes services and technical support center) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

E-commerce (includes on-site shipping via truck) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

E-commerce (excludes on-site shipping via truck) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

Healthcare Infomatics (includes biotechnology, bioinformatics, and medical informatics) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

Internet and Web Site (includes services and technical support center) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

Software Development (includes services and technical support center) (See EC 9.3915(3))

P

Lodging

Homeless Shelter Not in Existence as of January 1, 1984

C (3)

Manufacturing

Apparel, Clothing, and other finished products made from fabrics, wool, yarn and similar materials

P

Asphalt Mixing and Batching/Concrete Mixing and Batching

SR

Beverage Products

P

Chemical, Drug, Cosmetics, and Related Products

P

Cleaning and Dyeing Plant

P

Concrete, Gypsum, and Plaster Products

P

Contractor’s Storage Yard

P

Electronic and Communication Components, Systems, Equipment, and Supplies, includes computers and semi-conductors

P

Food Products

P

Furniture and Fixtures

P

Glass Products

P

Handcraft Industries, small scale manufacturing

P

Leather Products

P

Lumber and Wood Products

P

Machinery

P

Measuring, analyzing, and controlling instruments and time pieces

P

Metal Products Fabrication, machine/welding shop

(no blast furnace)

P

Motor Vehicles and Transportation Equipment

P

Paints and Allied Products

P

Paper and Allied Products

P

Photographic and Copying Equipment

P

Precision Testing, Medical, and Optical Goods

P

Recycling – reverse vending machine

P

Recycling – small collection facility (See EC 9.5650)

S

Rubber and Plastic Products

P

Signs and Advertising Displays

P

Stone, Cut Stone, and Clay Products

P

Textiles

P

Medical, Health, and Correctional Services

Correctional Facility, excluding Residential Treatment Center

C(3)

Hospital, Clinic or other Medical Health Treatment Facility (including mental health) in excess of 10,000 square feet of floor area

C(3)

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

P

Meal Service, Non-profit

P

Nursing Home

P

Residential Treatment Center

C(3)

Motor Vehicle Related Uses

Parking Area not directly related to a primary use on the same development site

P

Repair, includes paint and body shop

P

Structured Parking, up to two levels not directly related to a primary use on the same development site

P

Structured Parking, three or more levels not directly related to a primary use on the same development site

C

Tires, Sales/Service

P

Transit, Neighborhood Improvement

P

Transit Park and Ride, Major

P

Transit Park and Ride, Minor

P

Transit Station, Major

P

Transit Station, Minor

P

Office Uses

Administrative, General, and Professional Office

P

Scientific and Educational Research Center, includes laboratory

P

Personal Services

Barber, Beauty, Nail, Tanning Shop

P(1)

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

C

Dry Cleaner

P(1)

Film, Drop-off/Pick-up

P(1)

Locksmith Shop

P(1)

Laundromat, Self-Service

P(1)

Shoe Repair Shop

P(1)

Tailor Shop

P(1)

Residential

Dwellings

One-Family Dwelling

P(2)

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

P(2)

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(2)

Duplex (Two-Family Attached on Same Lot)

P(2)

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

P(2)

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

P(2)

Assisted Care & Day Care (Residences Providing Special Services, Treatment or Supervision)

Assisted Care (5 or fewer people living in facility and 3 or fewer outside employees on site at any one time)

P

Assisted Care (6 or more people living in facility)

P

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

S

Day Care (17 or more people served)

P

Day care operations not part of a residence are included in the Personal Services category.

Rooms for Rent Situations

Boarding and Rooming House

P

Trade (Retail and Wholesale)

Agricultural Machinery Rental/Sales/Service

P

Bicycle Rental/Sales/Service

P

Boat and Watercraft Sales/Service

P

Book Store

P

Building Materials and Supplies

P

Computer Store

P

Convenience Store

P(1)

Drug Store (excludes drug treatment center)

P

Electrical Appliances and Supplies

P

Equipment, Light, Rental/Sales/Service

P

Fabric Store

P

Floor Covering Store

P

Furniture and Home Furnishing Store

P

Garden Supply/Nursery, includes feed and seed store

P

General Merchandise (includes supermarket and department store)

P(1)

Office Equipment and Supplies

P

Outdoor Vending

P

Plumbing Supplies and Services

P

Retail trade when secondary, directly related, and limited to products manufactured, repaired, assembled, or packaged on the development site

P

Specialty Store (examples include a gift, computer, candy, or video store)

P(1)(5)

Storage Facility, Household/Consumer Goods (excluding motor vehicles)

P

Toy and Hobby Store

P

Video Store

P

Wholesale Trade, Regional Distribution

P

Utilities and Communication

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

Fiber Optic Station, 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

Pump Station, well head, non-elevated reservoir, and other water or sewer facilities 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

Telecommunication Facility (Refer to EC 9.5750)

S

Water Reservoir, elevated above ground level

SR

Other Commercial Services

Building Maintenance Service

P

Catering Service

P

Collection Center, Collection of Used Goods (See EC 9.5150)

P

Heliport and Helistop

C(3)

Kennel

C(3)

Mortuary

C(3)

Photographers’ Studio

P

Picture Framing and Glazing

P

Printing, Blueprinting, and Duplicating

P

Publishing Service

P

Temporary Activity (See EC 9.5800)

S

Train Station

P

(Section 9.3910, 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. 20353, enacted November 28, 2005, effective January 1, 2006; Ordinance No. 20417, enacted August 11, 2008, effective July 7, 2009; Ordinance No. 20507, enacted February 20, 2013, effective March 25, 2013; Ordinance No. 20528, enacted May 14, 2014, effective June 23, 2014; Ordinance No. 20557, enacted July 27, 2015, effective August 30, 2015; Ordinance No. 20602, enacted July 23, 2018, effective August 24, 2018; and Ordinance No. 20625, enacted January 21, 2020, effective February 22, 2020.)