18.92.070   "D" WORDS, TERMS AND PHRASES.
   "Dance–One-Day."  A dance open to the public for an admittance fee or charge which is held on one day only.  The dance is typically held in locations that have space for rent such as a banquet hall or hotel.
   "Dance Venue."  A place open to the public upon the payment of an admittance fee, wherein music is provided and people are allowed to dance, which is open at regular intervals or on regular days of the week.
   "Delicatessen."  A store where ready-to-eat food products or delicacies, such as cooked meats, cheeses, prepared salads, and nonalcoholic beverages, are sold for consumption either on or off the premises.
   "Density."  The number of dwelling units per acre of land, including the area used for open space, recreational uses, and accessory uses associated with the residential use, but excluding public and private streets, public and private easements for ingress and egress, and any area used for non-residential purposes.
   "Distilled spirits" means an alcoholic beverage obtained by the distillation of fermented agricultural products, and includes alcohol for beverage use, spirits of wine, whiskey, rum, brandy, and gin, including all dilutions and mixtures thereof.
   "Distilled spirits manufacturer" means any person licensed by the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of California who produces distilled spirits from naturally fermented materials or in any other manner.
   "Dormitory."  A facility used principally for sleeping accommodations where such facility is related to an educational or public institution, including religious institutions.
   "Driveway."  A private roadway used exclusively for providing ingress and egress to a parking space, garage, dwelling or other structure; a "Driveway" does not include space for the parking of vehicles or the storage of materials.
   "Dwelling."  A building, or portion thereof, designed exclusively for residential purposes, including single-family and multiple-family dwellings, but not including hotels, motels, boarding houses.
   "Dwelling Unit."  One (1) or more rooms in a dwelling, designed for occupancy by one family for living and sleeping purposes, and having only one (1) kitchen.
   "Dwelling, Multiple-Family."  See Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses).
   "Dwelling, Single-Family Attached."  See Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses).
   "Dwelling, Single-Family Detached."  See Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses).  (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6245 § 91; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6296 § 3; March 4, 2014:  Ord. 6425 § 27; December 19, 2017:  Ord. 6493 § 24; September 29, 2020.)