18.10.060   BUILDING SETBACKS.
   .010   Structural and Landscape Setbacks. Every building, structure or addition thereto erected in the Industrial Zone shall be provided with setbacks and landscaping in conformance with the provisions of Section 18.40.040 (Structural Setbacks and Yards) and Section 18.40.050 (Special Area Setbacks) of Chapter 18.40 (General Development Standards), and Chapter 18.46 (Landscaping and Screening).
 
Table 10-D
MINIMUM LANDSCAPE AND STRUCTURAL SETBACKS
I
Arterial Highway
15 feet
Collector Street
15 feet
Local Street
5 feet
Freeway, Freeway Frontage Road, Freeway On/Off Ramps
30 feet
Interior Property Line
0 feet
 
   .020   Permitted Encroachments within Minimum Required Setback Areas. The encroachments set forth in Table 10-E may encroach, as indicated in the table, into the required setback areas described in Table 10-D. Special provisions are referenced in the “Special Provisions” column. Any encroachment that conflicts with the California Building Code, as adopted by the City, shall not be permitted.
 
Table 10-E
PERMITTED ENCROACHMENTS WITHIN MINIMUM REQUIRED SETBACK AREAS
Encroachment
Special Provisions
Canopies (fixed) or trellises
Shall encroach no more than three (3) feet
Cornices, eaves, sills, belt courses, buttresses and fireplaces
Shall encroach no more than two (2) feet
Driveways providing access from adjacent streets or private access-ways
Subject to Engineering Standard Detail No. 475
Fences and walls
Subject to Chapter 18.46 (Landscaping and Screening)
Flagpoles, including solar flagpoles
Limited to three flagpoles for the display of national, state, city and/or company trademark or logo; shall not exceed the maximum structural height per Section 18.10.050 Building Heights.
Fountains, ponds, sculptures and landscaped planters
Subject to Chapter 18.46 (Landscaping and Screening)
Light fixtures
Shall not exceed the maximum structural height per 18.10.050.
Signs
Subject to Chapter 18.44 (Signs)
Trees, shrubs, flowers, and plants
Subject to Chapter 18.46 (Landscaping and Screening)
Walkways leading from parking areas and public sidewalks
Provided the walkway is integrated with the landscape design and does not significantly reduce the landscape area
 
(Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6382 § 16; October 18, 2016:  Ord. 6425 § 7; December 19, 2017:  Ord. 6473 § 9; December 3, 2019.)