"Parking Area, Public.”  An open area, other than a street or alley, used for temporary parking and available for public use, whether free, for compensation, or as an accommodation for clients or customers.
   "Parking Space, Automobile.”  Space within a building or parking area for the temporary parking or storage of one (1) automobile.
   "Parking Space, Covered.”  A parking space which is covered by a roof supported by poles, columns, walls or other structural elements, including carports and porte-cocheres.
   “Parkway.”  That portion of the public or private street right-of-way, other than portions thereof which are improved with roadway or sidewalk, including, but not limited to that area between the curb of any street and the public right-of-way boundary adjacent to the nearest private property; or, where there is no curb, Parkway shall mean that area between the edge of pavement and the public or private street right-of-way boundary adjacent to the nearest private property. Parkways shall also include any area within a roadway that is not open to vehicular travel.
   “Permit.” The permit required pursuant to the provisions of Section 18.16.070 to operate or manage a massage establishment to perform the activities of a massage technician and/or to perform off-premises massages.
   “Person.” Any natural person, corporation, partnership, firm, association or other group or combination of individuals acting as an entity.
   "Planning Director.”  The Planning Director of the Planning Department, or his or her designee.
   “Planning Standard.” All Planning Standards referred to in this title are on file with the Planning Department and are incorporated herein by reference as if fully set forth in this chapter.
   "Planned Unit Development.”  A large scale development of a parcel, or of a combination of related parcels, to be developed by a single owner or group of owners acting jointly, involving a related group of uses, planned as an entity, and having a predominant developmental feature which serves to unify or organize development and is, therefore, susceptible to development and regulation as one unified land unit, rather than as a mere aggregation of individual buildings and structures located on separate lots.
   “Police Department.” The Police Department of the City of Anaheim.
   “Pool.” As referenced in Section 18.16.050 shall mean and include the games of billiards, pool, snooker, bagatelle and any other table game played with balls and cue sticks.
   “Pool Cabana.”  A structure located nearby a pool with at least one side that is completely open to the outside that is intended for shelter from the sun. A bathroom or dressing room may be included within the structure.
   “Pool Table” or "Table.” Any table on which the game of pool is played.
   "Porte-Cochere.”  A roofed structure over a parking space or driveway, attached to the front or side of a building, and established for the convenient loading and unloading of passengers.
   “Private Dance.” A dance to which attendance is limited to persons individually invited and for which no admittance charge is made, or a dance conducted by a bona fide club, society or association, having a benevolent, charitable, dramatic, literary or dancing organizational purpose, which holds regular meetings, has an established membership, and provided, when proceeds, if any, arise from such dance, said proceeds are used for said organizational purpose and for which no admission is charged or paid for entrance into such dance at the location of the dance immediately prior to the time of said dance or during said dance.
   “Private Street.”  A road or street that is not owned and maintained by the City, and that is used or set aside to provide vehicular and pedestrian access and circulation within a development. (Ord. 5920  1 (part); June 8, 2004:  Ord. 6245 § 99; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6286 § 44; September 3, 2013:  Ord. 6425 § 28; December 19, 2017.)