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.010 Parcel 14N. The land use standards of the RM-4 Multiple-Family Residential Zone in Chapter 18.06 (Multiple-Family Residential Zones) shall apply. (Ord. 5998 § 62; October 25, 2005.)
.020 Parcel 14S. The land use standards of the RM-3 Multiple-Family Residential Zone in Chapter 18.06 (Multiple-Family Residential Zones) shall apply.
.040 Parcel 4d:
(a) Residential. Attached, deck-type, multiple-family housing shall be permitted, subject to the provisions for the "RM-4" Multiple-Family Residential Zone in Chapter 18.06 (Multiple-Family Residential Zones), except as otherwise provided in this chapter.
(b) Commercial. Commercial and retail uses, not to exceed six thousand six hundred (6,600) square feet, shall be permitted along Center Street at street level, as specified herein.
1. Permitted Commercial Uses.
a. Convenience Retail Sales. Convenience retail sales refers to establishments or places of business primarily engaged in the provision of frequently or recurrently needed small personal items or services for residents within reasonable walking distance. These include various general retail sales and personal services of an appropriate size and scale to meet the above criteria. Typical uses include neighborhood grocery or drug stores.
b. Eating and Drinking Establishments. Eating and drinking establishments refers to establishments or places of business primarily engaged in the sale of prepared foods and non-alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption. Typical uses include restaurants and short-order eating places or bars, including outdoor eating. Drive-up food service facilities are specifically prohibited.
c. Food and Beverage Retail Sales. Food and beverage retail sales refers to establishments or places of business primarily engaged in the retail sale of food and non-alcoholic beverages for home consumption. Typical uses include groceries or delicatessens.
d. General Retail Sales. General retail sales refers to the sale or rental from the premises of goods and merchandise for personal or household use (for example, florist and gift shops), but excluding those uses listed in paragraphs a, b and c above.
e. In-Structure Parking. In-structure parking refers to at-grade or partially above or below grade parking areas, partially enclosed and with a complete structural roof supporting other uses.
f. Esplanades. Esplanades refers to a pedestrian-oriented, urban streetscape environment with limited vehicular circulation. Use of the right-of-way is encouraged for special outdoor events and limited commercial activity associated with pedestrian circulation, limited service deliveries, public outdoor eating or resting areas to serve the adjacent commercial uses, and limited outdoor eating or resting activities on a temporary basis associated with adjacent food service establishments. Private commercial uses will be limited to business hours only.
2. Conditionally Permitted Commercial Uses. The following uses shall be permitted, subject to the approval of a conditional use permit and subject to the conditions and required showings of Chapter 18.66 (Conditional Use Permits).
a. Administrative and Professional Services. Administrative and professional services refers to offices of private firms or organizations or public or quasi-public organizations which are primarily used for the provision of professional, executive, management or administrative services. Any drive-up service is specifically prohibited.
b. Business Support Services. Business support services refers to establishments primarily engaged in the provision of services of a clerical, employment, protective or minor processing nature to firms, rather than individuals, and where the storage of goods other than samples is prohibited. Typical uses include secretarial services, telephone answering services, or blueprint duplicating services.
c. Sports and Recreation. Sports and recreation refers to establishments or places primarily engaged in the provision of sports or recreation by and for participants. Any spectators would be incidental and on a non-recurring basis. Included in the sports and recreation use are those conducted within an enclosed space of four thousand (4,000) square feet or less. Typical uses include athletic clubs or physical fitness centers, including personal massage when accessory to a principal use.
d. Finance, Insurance and Real Estate Services. Finance, insurance and real estate services refers to establishments primarily engaged in the provision of financial, insurance, real estate or securities brokerage services. Typical uses include banks, insurance agencies or real estate firms.
e. Medical Services. Medical services refers to establishments primarily engaged in the provision of personal health services including prevention, diagnoses and treatment or rehabilitation services provided by physicians, dentists, nurses and other health personnel, as well as the provision of medical testing and analysis services, but excludes those classified as any public use type. Typical uses include drop-in clinics, medical and dental offices, dental laboratories, or health maintenance organizations.
f. Personal and Repair Services. Personal and repair services refers to establishments primarily engaged in the provision of informational, instructional personal improvement, provision of laundering, dry cleaning or dyeing services as personal services and similar services of a non-professional nature, and to establishments primarily engaged in the provision of repair services to individuals and households, rather than firms, but excludes services classified as entertainment or transient habitation, industrial laundry services, laundry agencies, diaper services, or linen supply services. Typical uses include photography studios, driving schools or reducing salons, dry cleaners, laundries, self-service laundromats, barbershops and hair salons, apparel repair firms or musical instrument repair firms.
g. Temporary Real Estate Marketing Offices. Real estate marketing offices refers to the offices and ancillary facilities to promote the sales, lease or rental of the development included within the Specific Plan Area.
h. Temporary Construction Contractor's Offices. Construction contractor's offices refers to the temporary on-site construction offices used by the general contractor for the various development projects within the Specific Plan Area.
i. Sale of alcoholic beverages for consumption on-premises or off-premises.
3. Prohibited Commercial Uses. Retail uses classified as agricultural supplies and services, animal sales and services, automotive and equipment, business equipment sales and services, construction sales and services, gasoline sales and services, and drive-up service, shall not be permitted. (Ord. 5934 2; August 24, 2004: Ord. 5998 § 63; October 25, 2005.)
.050 Open Space Parcels. The open space parcels are those improvements for public open space to be located south of Center Street and east of Atchison Street. The open space uses shall permit all necessary vehicular circulation uses, such as auto circulation or transit vehicle circulation, as identified in the circulation chapter of the Specific Plan. The following uses are permitted:
(a) Public Open Space. The Public Open Space use type includes all outdoor recreation-oriented public uses appropriate to the size and configuration of the open space. A stadium, bleachers or formal athletic fields are not permitted. Public open space improvements may include landscaped or paved areas for public gathering, outdoor use areas to support private development, such as outdoor seating, adjacent eating and drinking establishments, or food and beverage sales, and all outdoor public pedestrian or bicycle circulation improvements. Excluded uses are vehicular parking, except where specifically noted in the provisions of the Specific Plan.
(b) Esplanade. The Esplanade use type promotes a pedestrian-oriented, urban streetscape environment with limited vehicular circulation. Use of the right-of-way is encouraged for special outdoor events and limited commercial activity associated with pedestrian circulation, limited service deliveries, public outdoor eating or resting areas to serve the adjacent commercial uses, and limited outdoor eating or resting activities on a temporary basis associated with adjacent food service establishments. Private commercial uses will be limited to regular business hours only.
(c) Community Facilities. This use type includes public facilities associated with the historic train depot relocated to the public park to be provided within the Specific Plan Area. Appropriate uses for the renovated structure include child care services and appropriate drop-off, parking, and outdoor play areas associated with such services. Limited Retail Sales are included, if they are ancillary to the primary use and appropriate to the location. This site could also be utilized as a future train station. (Ord. 5161 § 1 (part); August 21, 1990: Ord 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004.)