18.92.040   "A" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   “Accessory.”  A structure, building or a use which is subordinate to, and incidental to, that of the main building or use, which shall not exceed fifty percent (50%) of the main building or use.
   “Accessory Bar.”  A separate area located within a restaurant with on-premises sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages wherein alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption on the premises, and which premises maintains an “eating place”-type license issued by the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.  An accessory bar is, and at all times shall remain, an ancillary use to the primary restaurant use and shall not exceed thirty (30) percent of the gross floor area for the restaurant.
   “Accessory Entertainment.” Any premises used primarily for a bar, restaurant, coffee shop, establishment serving food, and/or other refreshments and where entertainment is provided as an accessory part of the operation.
   “Accessory Living Quarters.”  See Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses).
   “Acres, Gross.”  The overall acreage of an area within the boundaries of a legal parcel, which includes all roads, except arterial highways, as measured at their ultimate right-of-way width.
   “Acres, Net.”  The overall acreage of an area, excluding public and private streets and alleys.
   “Adult Day Care Center.”  An establishment or home that provides care, protection and supervision of adults, aged eighteen (18) or older, for periods of less than twenty-four (24) hours per day, while the guardians of such adults are away.
   “Alcohol, Off-Sale.”  The sale of alcoholic beverages to consumers for consumption off the premises where sold, in accordance with a valid off-sale license issued by the State of California.
   “Alcohol, On-Sale.”  The sale of alcoholic beverages to consumers for consumption on the premises where sold, in accordance with a valid on-sale license issued by the State of California.
   “Alcoholic beverage” includes alcohol, spirits, liquor, wine, beer, brandy, and every liquid or solid containing alcohol, spirits, wine, or beer, and which contains one-half of 1 percent or more of alcohol by volume and which is fit for beverage purposes either alone or when diluted, mixed, or combined with other substances.
   “Alcoholic beverage manufacturing” means the manufacture or production within the City of Anaheim of beer, wine, brandy or distilled spirits by any person licensed by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of California and includes the sale or distribution of said products both within and without the jurisdiction of the City.
   “Alcoholic beverage manufacturer” means a beer manufacturer, a winegrower, a distilled spirits manufacturer, or a brandy manufacturer, licensed by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of California, or any officer, director, employee or agent of any such person.
   “Alley.”  A public vehicle right-of-way providing a secondary means of access to abutting property.
   “Amusement Arcade.”  Any premises containing seven (7) or more amusement devices, or any premises wherein more than forty-nine (49) percent (49%) of the public floor area is devoted to amusement devices, whether or not said devices constitute the primary use or an accessory use of the premises.
   “Amusement Device.” Any game, pool table, exhibition, shuffleboard game, or amusement or recreational device, or any electronic, computerized or mechanical device or machine, which, upon the insertion of a coin, slug, token, card, or any other object representative of value, in any slot or receptacle attached to such device or machine or connected therewith, or upon any other form of payment, operates or which may be operated for use as a game, contest or amusement or for the dispensing of music.
   “Anaheim Colony Historic District.”  A district of the City of Anaheim established by City Council Resolution No.  97R-194, which is bounded by North Street, West Street, South Street and East Street.
   “Annexation.”  The addition of a land area to an existing city or special district, with a resulting change in the boundaries of the annexing jurisdiction.
   “Apartment.”  One (1) or more rooms in a multiple-family dwelling, occupied or suitable for occupancy as a residence for one (1) family.
   “Apartment Building.”  A building or cluster of buildings containing multiple-family dwelling units in which the dwelling units are intended to be rented or leased to the occupants.
   “Arterial Highway.”  A roadway used primarily for through traffic that is designated by one of the following terms on the Planned Roadway Network map in the General Plan:  Scenic Expressway, Resort Smart Street, Stadium Smart Street, Major Arterial, Primary Arterial, Hillside Primary Arterial, Secondary Arterial, Hillside Secondary Arterial, Collector Street and Hillside Collector Street.
   “Artificial Turf.”  Man-made synthetic material manufactured from polypropylene, polyethylene, or a blend of polypropylene and polyethleyene fibers which simulates the appearance of live turf, organic turf, grass, sod, or lawn.
   “Automobile Wrecking.”  The dismantling or wrecking of used motor vehicles, trailers or similar vehicles.
   “Awning.”  A roof-like structure that projects from the wall of a building for the purpose of shielding a doorway or window from the elements and may or may not be capable of being retracted into the face of the building.  (Ord. 5948 § 8; November 9, 2004:  Ord. 5998 § 58; October 25, 2005:  Ord. 6101 § 60; April 22, 2008:  Ord. 6245 § 89; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6261 § 3; January 15, 2013:  Ord. 6296 § 1; March 4, 2014.)