18.116.030   DEFINITIONS.
   .010   “A” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Accessory Use, Permitted.” A permitted accessory use is a use which is considered to be compatible with a permitted primary use while also being clearly incidental to and integrated with the permitted primary use. A permitted accessory use is permitted as of right, provided that the specific proposal for such a use conforms to all requirements of the Specific Plan. A permitted accessory use is a use which is secondary or subordinate to a permitted primary use.
      “Acres, Gross.” The total acreage of a parcel or lot measured from the ultimate public right-of-way except that when computing density, properties along the following streets may include the following additional right-of-way widths in their gross acreage due to the enhanced ultimate right-of-way widths required by adopted General Plan Amendment No. 331 to implement the Anaheim Resort Public Realm streetscape program: Harbor Boulevard, between the Interstate-5 Freeway and Orangewood Avenue twelve (12) feet; Katella Avenue twenty-eight (28) feet; Disney Way eleven and one half (11-1/2) feet; Disneyland Drive north of Ball Road ten (10) feet; and Disneyland Drive, between Magic Way and Katella Avenue two and one half (2-1/2) feet.
      “Acreage, Net.” The total acreage of a parcel or lot, excluding the ultimate right-of-way for all public streets.
   .015   “B” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Banquet/Meeting Room.” A room within a hotel/motel that is rented by individuals or groups to accommodate private functions such as banquets, weddings, anniversaries, and other similar celebrations; and/or meetings, conferences, conventions or educational classes.
      “Breakfast Room.” A room within a hotel or motel where breakfast is provided free of charge to the hotel or motel guests and use of the room is limited strictly to the guests and/or employees of the hotel or motel.
   .016   “C” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Concierge Lounge.” A room or outdoor area within a hotel or motel as an amenity for guests in which use of the room or outdoor area is limited strictly to the guests and/or employees of the hotel or motel. Food and beverage service may be offered to guests of the hotel or motel.
   .020   “D” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Density.” For purposes of this specific plan, hotel/motel densities are established in Section 18.116.060 (Development Density Areas - Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1)). Any accessory uses, that are not identified as "limited strictly to the use of the guests and/or employees of such hotel" within Table 116-E, Accessory Uses Incidental to and Integrated within a Hotel or Motel Including Suite-Type Hotels, and Otherwise Limited Herein: C-R District (Development Area 1), shall reduce the otherwise maximum permitted hotel/motel density at the rate of one hotel/motel room per six-hundred (600) gross square feet of accessory use.
   .030   “E” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Emergency Medical Facilities.” A facility that provides skilled medical services for unexpected and unforeseen events and bodily trauma that demand immediate medical action.
   .040   “G” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Gross Square Footage.” The total square footage of a building or structure, including the exterior walls of all floors.
   .050   “H” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Headshop.” Any commercial enterprise or establishment, whether ongoing or transient, which sells any devices, contrivances, instruments or drug paraphernalia as defined by the California Health and Safety Code.
      “Hotel/Motel Guest Suite.” A hotel/motel guest suite or room that is for rent by a single party with one entry door key for the guest that also controls any doors into or within the guest room or into the service/kitchen area. A hotel/motel guest suite shall be considered one room for the purpose of total room count permitted in the Specific Plan area, even if it includes more than one room.
   .060   “P” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Parking Facilities.” An area or structure intended for the temporary storage of automobiles and other vehicles. Such facilities may consist of, but are not limited to, surface parking lots, parking structures and parking areas under buildings.
      “Public Right-of-Way.” Any area of real property dedicated to or owned by the City of Anaheim, or over which the City of Anaheim holds any easement, for public street, alley, sidewalk, landscape, utility or pedestrian purposes; and, accepted by resolution of the City Council.
   .065   “R” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Recreation Buildings and Structures.” Recreational uses associated with hotels and motels, such as tennis and racquetball courts, spas, swimming pools, cabanas, dressing rooms, and play equipment.
   .070   “S” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Sign.” See subsection (Definitions Pertaining To Signs).
      “Specialty Retail Centers.” A retail center where all goods and services are oriented, marketed and intended for tourist, visitor and/or recreational consumers and not oriented to the general public. Such center shall consist of a minimum of five (5) acres; have integrated management; have a "festive theme" orientation; plazas and/or other pedestrian -oriented amenities shall be part of the center's design; and, land uses may include, but need not be limited to: custom print and art shops; souvenir, gift, and/or novelty shops; toy shops; hobby shops; photo supply shops; clothing stores; confectionery shops, including candy stores, ice cream parlors, baked goods (e.g., cookies, muffins, etc.) for on-premises sale or consumption; floral shops; luggage and accessory shops; jewelry stores; sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption; sale of alcoholic beverages for on-premises consumption; entertainment facilities; and amusement arcades, subject to the provisions of Section 18.16.050 (Amusement Devices). A complete listing of proposed uses shall be submitted with every conditional use permit application.
      “Strip Shopping Centers.” A building or collection of buildings containing retail and/or commercial uses in which the primary orientation of the buildings, entrances, signs, and uses is toward the adjacent public street, and in which parking areas or access to parking areas are prominently displayed to passing vehicles. Such shopping centers contain uses intended to attract either the general public or tourists, visitor and/or recreational consumers.
   .080   “T” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Temporary Parking Lots.” An area intended for the temporary parking of automobiles and other vehicles and not intended to be the ultimate use of the property.
      “Transportation Facility.” Facilities and structures intended to accommodate transportation terminal stations (facilities intended to accommodate the transfer from automobile or pedestrian travel to bus, train or other forms of mass transit), fixed transit guideways, and other structures intended to move passengers or pedestrians from one location to another.
      “Turf Block.” Any one of several paving products made of concrete or plastic which permit turf or other low-growing plant materials to grow through the paving so that the paving is not easily seen. Turf block paving is intended for occasional vehicle traffic, such as required emergency access through landscaped areas.
   .090   “U” Words, Terms And Phrases.
      “Ultimate Planned Right-Of-Way.” The maximum extent, as provided in a legal instrument or as shown on a City Adopted roadway plan, that a right-of-way may be expanded in the future to serve its intended purpose. The right-of-way designated in the Circulation Element of the Anaheim General Plan as further described in Sections 4.0 (Public Facilities Plan) and 5.0 (Design Plan), of the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan document. Required setbacks shall be measured from the ultimate planned right-of-way shown on the General Plan, including any critical intersection standard applicable to the property. (Ord. 5453 § 1 (part); September 27, 1994: Ord. 5944 34; September 28, 2004.)
   .100   "V" Words, Terms and Phrases.
      "Vacation Ownership Resort." A timeshare facility in which a person or entity receives the right in perpetuity, for life or for a specific period of time, to the recurrent, exclusive use or occupancy of a lot, parcel, unit, space, or portion of real property for a period of time which has been or will be allocated from the use or occupancy periods into which the facility has been divided. A vacation ownership resort interest may be coupled with an estate in real property, or it may entail a license, contract, membership, or other right of occupancy not coupled with an estate in the real property.
      "Valet Parking." A parking service provided to accommodate users of an establishment, which service is incidental to the establishment and by which an attendant on behalf of the establishment takes temporary custody of the users' vehicles and moves, parks, stores or retrieves the vehicle. (Ord. 5920 § 1 (part); June 8, 2004: Ord. 6031 § 64 (part); August 22, 2006: Ord. 6265 §§ 4 - 8; January 15, 2013: Ord. 6382 § 22; October 18, 2016: Ord. 6432 § 41; April 10, 2018.)