18.36.050   ACCESSORY USE CLASSES.
   The following use classes are intended to describe only those uses that are incidental to and customarily associated with a primary use or main structure located on the same lot.
   .005   Accessory Dwelling Unit. This use class consists of a residential dwelling unit that provides complete independent living facilities for one or more persons and is located on a lot zoned for residential use with a proposed or existing main dwelling unit. It shall include permanent provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking, and sanitation independent from the main dwelling unit. An Attached Accessory Dwelling Unit is attached to the main dwelling unit, having at least one (1) common wall and a common roof with the main dwelling unit. A Detached Accessory Dwelling Unit is detached from the main dwelling unit.
   .010   Accessory Dwelling Unit - Junior. This use class consists of a residential dwelling unit that is no more than 500 square feet in size, includes an efficiency kitchen, and is contained entirely within a single-family residence. An Accessory Dwelling Unit - Junior may include separate sanitation facilities or may share sanitation facilities with the existing structure.
   .015   Accessory Living Quarters. This use class consists of habitable space for non-paying guests or household employees, for an allowable residence located on the same residentially zoned lot.
   .020   Agricultural Workers Quarters. This use class consists of dwellings occupied by employees primarily engaged in commercial agricultural operations, and located on land owned or rented by the agricultural operator. Family members of the agricultural employees may also live in the same unit.
   .030   Amusement Devices. This use class consists of six (6) or fewer amusement devices, and any number of amusement devices that occupy forty-nine percent (49%) or less of the public floor area of an establishment.
   .035   Automated Teller Machines (ATM's). This use class consists of cash dispensing machines that are typically located inside an existing business.
   .040   Animal Keeping. This use class consists of keeping of pets and other domesticated animals owned by occupants of the lot, and not kept for remuneration, hire or sale.
   .050   Antennas–Dish. This use class consists of circular or nearly circular antennas used for the reception of electronic signals relayed by satellites moving through the sky.
   .060   Antennas–Receiving. This use class consists of roof-mounted antennas used for the reception of television, radio or other electronic signals from ground-mounted transmitting antennas or relay stations.
   .070   Bingo Establishments. This use class consists of establishments that offer bingo games to the public for the purpose of fundraising for an organization.
   .080   Caretaker Units. This use class consists of one dwelling unit per lot, used for the sole purpose of providing security, maintenance or similar services for an allowable non-residential use located on the same non-residentially zoned lot.
   .090   Day Care–Large Family. This use class consists of a day care facility located in a single-family residence, where an occupant of the residence provides care and supervision for between nine (9) and fourteen (14) children less than eighteen (18) years of age for periods of fewer than twenty-four (24) hours per day. Children less than the age of ten (10) years who reside in the home count as children served by the facility.
   .100   Day Care–Small Family. This use class consists of a day care facility located in a single-family residence, where an occupant of the residence provides care and supervision for eight (8) or fewer children less than eighteen (18) years of age for periods of fewer than twenty-four (24) hours per day. Children less than the age of ten (10) years who reside in the home count as children served by the facility.
   .105   Entertainment–Accessory. This use class consists of accessory entertainment offered in conjunction with a restaurant as defined in Section 18.92.210 of this code or other primary land use. The entertainment provided is intended to be part of the service provided at the establishment and is not the primary draw of customers to the establishment. The entertainment is not the primary source of income for the establishment. Typical land uses are coffee houses with live music, restaurants with live music, and accessory music within a bar.
   .110   Fences & Walls. This use class consists of a continuous barrier, including gates that separate, screens, encloses or marks the boundary of a lot or development. The barrier may consist of man-made materials, vegetative materials, earthen berms, or other natural or fabricated barrier.
   .120   Greenhouses–Private. This use class consists of a greenhouse, detached from the main dwelling and no larger than twenty percent (20%) of the main dwelling, used for gardening purposes. An attached greenhouse is considered to be part of the main dwelling.
   .130   Home Occupations. This use class consists of an occupation that is carried on in any approved dwelling unit by the resident of the dwelling unit, and is incidental to the use of the dwelling unit such that it does not change the residential character of the unit or neighborhood.
   .140   Landscaping & Gardens. This use class consists of the noncommercial growing of trees, shrubs, flowers, gardens and other natural planting materials, as well as the use of non-vegetative landscaping materials.
   .150   Mechanical & Utility Equipment–Ground Mounted. This use class consists of ground-mounted mechanical or utility equipment, such as compressors, condensers, pipes used for heating and cooling, water backflow devices, above-ground fire lines, pad-mounted transformers, electric vehicle charging stations and other activities associated with and incidental to the main and accessory building.
   .160   Mechanical & Utility Equipment–Roof Mounted. This use class consists of roof-mounted mechanical or utility equipment, such as compressors, condensers, pipes, vents, ducts, and other activities associated with and incidental to the main building.
   .170   Outdoor Displays. This use class consists of the display of merchandise outside of an enclosed structure for the purpose of showing the merchandise to potential buyers or users.
   .180   (Repealed by Ordinance No. 6506 § 30, February 9, 2021)
   .190   Parking Lots & Garages. This use class consists of open parking lots and structures, including garages and carports, designed to be used for parking automobiles.  The overnight storage of work related vehicles used during business hours is included in this use class.
   .195   Valet Parking. A parking service provided to accommodate users of an establishment, which service is incidental to the establishment and by which an attendant on behalf of the establishment takes temporary custody of the users' vehicles and moves, parks, stores or retrieves the vehicle.
   .200   Petroleum Storage–Incidental. This use class consists of the storage of petroleum products, such as small quantities of gasoline, oil and lighter fluid, for use on-site, but not for resale or use off-site.
   .210   Portable Food Carts. This use class consists of portable carts from which coffee, non-alcoholic drinks, or prepared food is sold, and that are removed during the hours when the principle use with which they are associated is not operational.
   .220   Recreation Buildings & Structures. This use class consists of recreational uses associated with residential dwellings, such as swimming pools, cabanas, dressing rooms, private noncommercial workshops, barns, tennis and paddleball courts, play equipment, and non-habitable tree houses.
   .225   Recycling Services–Consumer. This use class consists of small-scale waste collection facilities as defined as a "Reverse Vending Machine" and "Small Collection Facility" in Chapter 18.48 (Recycling Facilities).
   .230   Retail Floor, Wall & Window Coverings. This use class consists of the sale of tile, floor coverings, wall coverings, and window coverings as an accessory use to a primary permitted industrial use.
   .250   Repealed by Ord. 6483, June 9, 2020
   .260   Short-Term Rentals. This use class consists of the rental of an approved short-term rental unit for occupancy, dwelling, lodging or sleeping purposes for a period of less than thirty (30) consecutive calendar days in duration in a zoning district where residential uses are allowed.
   .270   Signs. This use class consists of any device used for visual communication intended to attract the attention of the public and that is visible from a public right-of-way or other properties.  Items of merchandise normally displayed within a show window of a business are not included.
   .280   Solar Energy Panels. This use class consists of any solar collector(s) or other solar energy device(s) whose primary purpose is to provide for the collection of solar energy for space heating, space cooling, electric generation, or water heating.
   .290   Thematic Elements. This use class consists of non-occupiable structures that are intended to add interest to a specific area. Examples include gateways, towers, public art displays, monuments, fountains, sculptures, spires, and similar architectural features.
   .300   Vending Machines. This use class consists of an unattended, self-service device that, upon insertion of a coin or token, dispenses something of value, including food, beverages, merchandise or services.
   .310   Warehousing & Storage-Outdoors.  This use class consists of the outdoor storage of equipment, materials, and finished products or refuse basic to the operations of permitted uses, other than the storage classified under the "Outdoor Storage Yards" use class.  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6101 § 25; April 22, 2008:  Ord. 6245 §§ 49, 50; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6299 § 4; May 13, 2014:  Ord. 6382 § 34; October 18, 2016:  Ord. 6419 § 5; August 29, 2017: Ord. 6432 § 28; April 10, 2018:  Ord. 6483 § 5; June 9, 2020:  Ord. 6506 § 31; February 9, 2021.)