18.66.060   FINDINGS.
   Before the approval authority, or Planning Commission and/or City Council on appeal, may approve a minor conditional use permit or a conditional use permit, it must make a finding of fact, by resolution, that the evidence presented shows that all of the following conditions exist:
   .010   That the proposed use is properly one for which a minor conditional use permit or a conditional use permit is authorized by this code, or is an unlisted use as defined in subsection .030 (Unlisted Uses Permitted) of Section 18.66.040 (Approval Authority);
   .020   That the proposed use will not adversely affect the adjoining land uses, or the growth and development of the area in which it is proposed to be located;
   .030   That the size and shape of the site proposed for the use is adequate to allow the full development of the proposed use, in a manner not detrimental to either the particular area or health and safety;
   .040   That the traffic generated by the proposed use will not impose an undue burden upon the streets and highways designed and improved to carry the traffic in the area; and
   .050   That the granting of the minor conditional use permit or conditional use permit under the conditions imposed, if any, will not be detrimental to the health and safety of the citizens of the City of Anaheim.  (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 6432 § 38 (part); April 10, 2018.)