18.116.070   USES –COMMERCIAL RECREATION (C-R) DISTRICT (DEVELOPMENT AREA 1).
   .010   Permitted Uses and Structures - General.  Notwithstanding any other provisions of this chapter, the following additional limitations shall apply to the conduct of any use permitted in this district:
      .0101   All uses except service stations, automobile parking lots, semi-enclosed restaurants, food or beverage carts in conjunction with a hotel, or as otherwise exempted in this chapter, shall be conducted wholly within a building.
      .0102   All uses shall be conducted in a manner so as not to be objectionable by reason of noise, odor, dust, fumes, smoke, gas, vibrations or other similar causes detrimental to the public health, safety or general welfare.
      .0103   All stores shall deal primarily in new merchandise, excepting as otherwise specified in this chapter.
      .0104   Special Provisions.  Special provisions related to a use are referenced in the “Special Provisions” column of Tables 116-C through 116-F.  Such provisions may include references to other applicable code sections or limitations.
   .020   Permitted Primary Uses and Structures. Table 116-C identifies allowable primary uses and structures either singly or in combination, listed by classes as defined in Section 18.36.040 (Non-Residential Primary Use Classes) or in this chapter for the Commercial Recreation (C-R) District.
   .030   Conditionally Permitted Uses.  Due to the uniqueness of The Anaheim Resort as a tourist and visitor center and the associated concerns of the circulation and traffic system and other infrastructure impacts and land use compatibility, certain buildings, structures and uses shall be permitted provided a minor conditional use permit or a conditional use permit is approved therefore pursuant to, and subject to, the conditions and required showings of Chapter 18.66 (Conditional Use Permits).
   .040   The allowable uses in Tables 116-C, 116-D, 116-E, and 116-F are established by letter designations as follows:
      .0401   “P” designates classes of uses permitted by right;
      .0402   “C” designates classes of uses permitted by a conditional use permit;
      .0403   “M” designates classes of uses permitted by a minor conditional use permit; and
      .0404   “N” designates classes of uses that are prohibited;
   .050   Accessory Uses.  Table 116-D (Accessory Uses and Structures Integrated with a Permitted Primary Use: C-R District (Development Area 1)) and Table 116-E (Accessory Uses Incidental to and Integrated within a Hotel/Motel: C-R District (Development Area 1)) identify accessory uses and structures within the Specific Plan area, listed by classes of uses as defined in Section 18.36.050 (Accessory Use Classes) and in this chapter.
   .060   Temporary Uses and Structures. Table 116-F identifies allowable Temporary Uses and Structures within the Specific Plan area.
   .070   Interpreting Classes of Uses. The provisions for interpreting the classes of uses in Tables 116-C through 116-F are set forth in Section 18.36.020 (Classification of Uses) of Chapter 18.36 (Types of Uses) or as otherwise defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions) and Code Section 18.116.030 (Definitions).
 
Table 116-C
PRIMARY USES AND STRUCTURES: C-R DISTRICT (DEVELOPMENT AREA 1)
P   Permitted by Right
C   Conditional Use Permit
N   Prohibited
T   Telecommunications Antenna Review Permit Required
Classes of Uses
C-R District
Special Provisions
Agricultural crops
P
 
Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturing
P/C
Subject to Section 18.38.025
Alcoholic Beverages –
Off-Sale
N
Except as permitted subject to Section 18.116.070.090 or as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel.
Alcoholic Beverages –
On-Sale
P
 
Alcoholism or Drug Abuse Recovery or Treatment Facilities (Large)
N
 
Ambulance Services
N
 
Amusement parks, theme-type complexes, aviaries, zoos
C
Such uses may include the keeping of animals or birds used in the operation of the facility, provided that such animals or birds shall be maintained in physical confinement sufficient to prohibit the movement of said animals or birds upon any real property not owned or under the lawful possession or control of the person or entity owning or controlling said animals or birds.  Further, no animals or birds shall be confined closer than forty (40) feet from any building used for human habitation, including hotel or motel rooms, and no closer than forty (40) feet from any property line.  Conditional use permits for the keeping of animals and birds shall specify the maximum number and type of animals and birds permitted.  Any increase in the number and/or variations in the type of animals and birds kept shall require either an amendment to said conditional use permit or a new conditional use permit.
Animal Boarding
C
No animals or birds shall be confined closer than forty (40) feet from any building used for human habitation, including hotel or motel rooms, and no closer than forty (40) feet from any property line. Conditional use permits for the keeping of animals and birds shall specify the maximum number and type of animals and birds permitted. Any increase in the number and/or variations in the type of animals and birds shall require either an amendment to said conditional use permit or a new conditional use permit.
Animal Grooming
N
 
Antennas – Broadcasting
C
 
Antennas – Telecommunications
T
Stealth facilities integrated within a building are permitted subject to Section 18.38.060 and Section 18.62.020.
Freestanding ground-mounted facilities including stealth facilities are not permitted.
Automated Teller Machines (ATM’s)
P
Shall be located wholly within a building or within a hotel complex in a location not visible from the public right-of-way. Subject to Section 18.36.040.
Automotive – Vehicle Sales, Lease & Rental
N/C
Car sales are prohibited. Automotive – Rental not otherwise permitted by Table 116-D requires a conditional use permit.
Automotive –Parts Sales
N
 
Automotive – Public Parking
C
Parking lots or parking structures/garages not otherwise permitted by Table 116-D.
Automotive – Repair and Modification
N
 
Automotive – Service Station
C
Subject to requirements of Section 18.38.070 (Automotive Service Stations) and subsection 18.116.070.090.
Automotive – Washing
C
In conjunction with an Automotive – Service Station only.
 
 
Table 116-C
PRIMARY USES AND STRUCTURES: C-R DISTRICT (DEVELOPMENT AREA 1)
P   Permitted by Right
C   Conditional Use Permit
N   Prohibited
T   Telecommunications Antenna Review Permit Required
Classes of Uses
C-R District
Special Provisions
Bars & Nightclubs
C
 
Bed and Breakfast Inns
N
 
Beekeeping
N
 
Billboards
N
As defined in subsection 18.116.160.010 (Definitions Pertaining to Signs).
Boarding House
N
 
Building and Material Sales
N
 
Cemeteries
N
 
Commercial retail centers
N
Including commercial retail centers, strip shopping centers, mini-malls and other shopping centers not in conformance with the requirements of a Specialty Center, as defined in Section 18.116.030 (Definitions) and detailed within this table (Table 116-C).
Community and Religious Assembly
C
 
Community Care Facilities–Licensed (Large)
N
 
Community Care Facilities–Unlicensed (Large)
N
 
Computer Internet & Amusement Facilities
N
 
Convalescent & Rest Homes
N
 
Convenience Stores
N
Except as allowed by Section 18.116.070.090.
Conversion of hotels or motels to semi-permanent or permanent living quarters
N
Except a caretaker/manager unit may be provided as specified in Table 116-D, or vacation ownership resorts as detailed within this table (Table 116-C) “Vacation Ownership”.
Dance & Fitness Studios – Large
N
 
Dance & Fitness Studios – Small
N
Permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Day Care Centers
P/C
Permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel; permitted by CUP as a primary use
Drive-Through Facilities
N
 
Dwelling units
N
Single-family or multiple-family, except caretaker/manager units allowed as an accessory use integrated within a hotel, motel or vacation ownership resort.
Educational Institutions – Business
C
 
Educational Institutions – General
C
 
Emergency Medical Facilities
C
 
Entertainment Venue
C
 
Equipment Rental –
Large
N
 
Equipment Rental -
Small
N
 
Golf Courses & Country Clubs
C
 
Group Care Facilities
N
 
Headshop
N
 
Heliport
N
As defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions).
Helistop
C
As defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions) shall be located a minimum of one thousand (1,000) feet from any residentially zoned property.
Hotels and motels located north of Orangewood Avenue
P
Including suite type hotels
Hotels and motels located south of Orangewood
C
Including suite type hotels
Hospitals
N
As defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions).
Markets – Large
N
 
Markets – Small
N
 
Medical & Dental Offices
N
 
Mobile home parks
N
Except as otherwise permitted by Section 18.116.120 (Mobile Home Park (MHP) Overlay) for parcels encompassed by the MHP Overlay as identified on Exhibit 3.3.2a of the Specific Plan document (Mobile Home Park (MHP) Overlay Zone).  Expansion of existing facilities to increase the number of mobile homes or mobile home spaces is prohibited.
Mortuaries
N
 
Nonconforming Structures and Uses – Expansion of nonconforming uses and structures
C
Provided that the expansion brings the use and/or structure into greater conformity with the intent of the Specific Plan.
Nonconforming Structure – Facade improvements not exceeding 5% of the building floor area
P
Provided that the improvements are in substantial conformance with the building envelope, do not adversely impact any adjacent parcels and are in conformance with the Design Plan.
If the Planning Director determines that adverse impacts would occur from the improvements or if the improvements are not in substantial conformance with the building envelope, the plans shall be referred to the Planning Commission as a conditional use permit.
Nonconforming Structure –
Facade improvements exceeding 5% of the building floor area
C
 
Nonconforming Structure – Office uses in a legal nonconforming building
C
 
Non-publicly operated convention centers
C
Including exhibition halls and auditoriums
Offices – Development
C
Office buildings when accessory to, and integrated as part of, an on-site permitted primary or when located in a legal nonconforming building.
Offices – General
C
Office buildings when accessory to, and integrated as part of, an on- site permitted primary or when located in a legal nonconforming building
Oil Production
N
 
Outdoor storage yards
N
Except as otherwise permitted in this Zone
Personal Services – General
N
Permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Personal Services – Restricted
N
 
Plant Nurseries
N
 
Public Services
C
 
Recreation – Billiards
C
Recreation Buildings and Structures, as defined by Section 18.116.030, are permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Recreation – Commercial Indoor
C
Recreation Buildings and Structures, as defined by Section 18.116.030, are permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Recreation – Commercial Outdoor
C
Recreation Buildings and Structures, as defined by Section 18.116.030, are permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Recreation – Low Impact
C
Recreation Buildings and Structures, as defined by Section 18.116.030, are permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Recreation – Swimming & Tennis
C
Recreation Buildings and Structures, as defined by Section 18.116.030, are permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel
Recreational vehicle and campsite parks
C
Limited to use for short-term visits, not to exceed 30 days in any calendar year, by tourists and visitors.
Recycling Services – General
N
 
Recycling Services – Processing
N
 
Repair Services – General
N
 
Repair Services – Limited
N
 
Research & Development
N
 
Restaurants – General
P
Enclosed and with outdoor dining
Restaurants – Drive-through
N
 
Restaurants with accessory entertainment with cover charge
C
Pursuant to and as defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions)
Retail Sales – General
N
Permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel or subject to the requirements for a specialty retail center
Retail Sales – Kiosk
N
Permitted by right as an accessory use incidental to and integrated within a hotel or motel or as part of a conditional use permit for a specialty retail center
Retail Sales – Outdoor
N
 
Retail Sales – Used Merchandise
N
 
Senior Living Facilities (Large)
N
 
Sober Living Homes (Large)
N
 
Self Storage
N
 
Sex-oriented businesses
N
As defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions)
Specialty retail centers
C
Where all good and services are oriented, marketed and intended for tourist, visitor and/or recreational consumers and not oriented to the general public.  Such centers shall
(a)   Consist of a minimum of five (5) acres;
(b)   Have integrated management;
(c)   Have a “festive theme” orientation;
(d)   Plazas and/or other pedestrian-oriented amenities shall be part of the center’s design as set forth in the Design Plan; and,
(e)   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.
Structures – Height exceeding 1/2 the distance from the building or structure to a single- family, multi-family and/or MHP Overlay zone boundary.
C
Structures within one hundred and fifty (150) feet of any single-family residential zone boundary (other than property under a resolution of intent to any commercial zone), or, for property located south of Orangewood Avenue, within one hundred and fifty (150) feet of any multi-family residential zone boundary (other than property under a resolution of intent to any commercial zone), or property within the Specific Plan area encompassed by the MHP Overlay as shown on Exhibit 3.3.3 (Mobile Home Park (MHP) Overlay) exceeding a height equal to one-half (1/2) the distance from said building or structure to said zone or overlay boundary.  Dedicated streets shall be included in calculating distance.  Heights shall not exceed the maximum heights defined in Section 18.40.080 (Structural Height limitation - Anaheim Commercial Recreation Area).
Structures – Height Limits exceeding the maximum heights defined in Section 18.40.080 (Structure Height Limitation – Anaheim Commercial Recreation Area).
N
 
Structures – Interior Setbacks
N
Interior setbacks less than two (2) times the height of any proposed building or structure when such building or structure is within one hundred and fifty (150) feet of any single-family residential zone boundary (other than property under a resolution of intent to any commercial zone), or, for property located south of Orangewood Avenue, within one hundred and fifty (150) feet of any multi-family residential zone boundary (other than property under a resolution of intent to any commercial zone), or property within the Specific Plan area encompassed by the MHP Overlay as shown on Exhibit 3.3.3 (Mobile Home Park (MHP) Overlay).
Studios – Broadcasting
C
Including accommodations for filming/taping in front of live audiences.
Studios – Recording
C
Including accommodations for filming/taping in front of live audiences.
Towing Services
C
Permitted only in conjunction with Automotive – Service Station.
Transitional and Supportive Housing
N
 
Transportation facility
C
As defined in subsection 18.116.030.080 (‘T’ Words, Terms and Phrases) of this chapter.
Truck Repair & Sales
N
 
Uses or activities not listed
N
Uses or activities not specifically listed in this chapter which are inconsistent or incompatible with the intended purpose of the Specific Plan are prohibited.
C
Uses or activities not specifically listed or prohibited in this chapter may be established by conditional use permit when determined by the Planning Commission to be consistent and compatible with the intended purpose of the Specific Plan.
Vacation ownership resorts
C
Subject to compliance with the requirements of Section 18.116.150 (Requirements for Vacation Ownership Resorts)
Veterinary Services
N
 
Warehousing & Storage –Enclosed
N
 
Wholesaling
N
 
 
 
Table 116-D
ACCESSORY USES AND STRUCTURES INTEGRATED WITH A PERMITTED PRIMARY USE : C-R DISTRICT (DEVELOPMENT AREA 1)
P   Permitted by Right
C   Conditional Use Permit
M   Minor Conditional Use Permit
N   Prohibited
T   Telecommunications Antenna Review Permit Required
Classes of Uses
C-R District
Special Provisions
Administrative, service, storage and maintenance areas and loading docks
P
Those uses necessary to support the operation of a primary use.
Shall be positioned to prevent disruption of the traffic flow by service vehicles to and from the site.
Shall be located entirely on-site, including space for truck maneuvers; off-site vehicle loading is prohibited.
Shall be located on interior, side, or rear yards, concealed from public view.
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Agricultural Workers Quarters
N
 
Amusement Devices
P
 
Antennas – Dish
P
Subject to Section 18.38.050
Antennas – Receiving
P
Subject to Section 18.38.050
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
P
Subject to Section 18.36.040
Automotive – Rental
P
Subject to a maximum of three (3) parking spaces for on-site parking of vehicles available for rental in reserved parking spaces in a location not visible from the public right-of-way. Said spaces shall be in addition to those required by Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading)
Bingo Establishments
N
 
Entertainment – Accessory
P
Subject to Section 18.16.060
Fences and walls
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Landscaping & Gardens
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Mechanical and Utility Equipment – Ground Mounted
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Mechanical and Utility Equipment – Roof-Mounted
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Mural
P/C
A conditional use permit is required if visible from the public right-of-way.
Outdoor Displays
N
 
Office uses
P
Only those accessory to and integrated as part of, an on-site permitted primary or conditional use.
Parking Lots & Garages
P
To provide off-street parking spaces as required by this Code, to serve the on-site uses permitted under this chapter.
Petroleum Storage – Incidental
N
 
Portable Food Carts
N
 
Recycling Services – Consumer
N
 
Retail Floor, Wall & Window Coverings
N
 
Retail Sales – Kiosk
C
May be permitted as part of a conditional use permit for a specialty retail center
Solar energy panels
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting)
Signs
P
Subject to Section 18.116.160 (Signs)
Thematic Elements
P
Subject to Section 18.116.160 (Signs)
Valet Parking
M
 
Vending Machines
P
Shall be screened from view from public rights-of-way and shall not encroach onto sidewalks.
Warehousing & Storage – Outdoors
N
 
 
 
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)
P   Permitted by Right
C   Conditional Use Permit
M   Minor Conditional Use Permit
N   Prohibited
T   Telecommunications Antenna Review Permit Required
Classes of Uses
C-R District
Special Provisions
Alcoholic Beverages – Off-Sale
P
 
Alcoholic Beverages – On-Sale
P
 
Amusement Devices
P
No public access directly from the exterior of the building. Subject to Section 18.16.050 (Amusement Devices).
Animal Boarding
P
Limited strictly to the pets of guests and patrons of such hotel or motel, provided such kennels shall not be located closer than forty (40) feet from hotel/motel guest rooms or residentially zoned property.
Antennas – Dish
P
Subject to Section 18.38.050
Antennas - Receiving
P
Subject to Section 18.38.050
Automated Teller Machines (ATMs)
P
Shall be located wholly within a building or within a hotel complex in a location not visible from the public right-of-way. Subject to Section 18.36.040.
Automobile – Rental
P
With a maximum of three (3) parking spaces for on-site parking of vehicles available for rental in reserved parking spaces in a location not visible from the public right-of-way.  Said spaces should be in addition to those required by Chapter 18.42 (Parking and Loading) and subject to 18.116.140 (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements).
Banquet/Meeting Room
P
 
Bingo Establishments
N
 
Breakfast Rooms
P
As defined in subsection 18.116.030.015.
Business & Financial Services
P
Including automated teller machines located wholly within a building or within a hotel complex in a location not visible from the public right-of-way.
Caretaker Unit
P
One unit
Limited to less than one thousand two-hundred twenty-five (1,225) gross square feet in size
Must comply with the parking standards for dwellings under Chapter 18.06 (Multiple Family Residential Zones).
Concierge Lounge
P
Limited strictly to the use of the guests and/or employees of the hotel or motel in which it is located
Dance and Fitness Studios – Small
P
Limited strictly to the use of the guests and/or employees of such hotel or motel
Day Care Centers
P
Limited strictly to the use of the guests and/or employees of such hotel or motel
Entertainment – Accessory
P
Subject to Section 18.16.060
Fences and walls
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Landscaping & Gardens
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Mechanical and Utility Equipment – Ground Mounted
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Mechanical and Utility Equipment – Roof-Mounted
P
Subject to Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting – Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1))
Murals
P/C
A conditional use permit is required if visible from the public right-of-way.
Outdoor Displays
N
 
Parking Lots & Garages
P
To provide off-street parking spaces, as required by this Code, to serve the on-site uses permitted under this chapter.
Personal Services – General
P
 
Petroleum Storage – Incidental
N
 
Portable Food Carts
C
In conjunction with a hotel and subject to the following:
(a)   The design of the cart shall be compatible with the architectural design and/or theme of the hotel.
(b)   The cart shall not be permitted to encroach into any required setback areas.
(c)   One (1) non-illuminated business identification sign, not exceeding four (4) square feet in area with a maximum letter and/or logo height of 10-inches, may be displayed on or below the valance of the roof canopy.
(d)   One (1) menu pricing sign, not to exceed 12-inches in width by 18-inches in height, may be displayed on the cart below the roof canopy.
(e)   One (1) trash receptacle shall be provided adjacent to the cart.  The trash receptacle shall be decorative and designed to complement the design of the cart.  The trash receptacle and the area around the cart shall be permanently maintained and kept clean by the cart operator.
(f)   The precise size, number and location of carts shall be determined by conditional use permit, provided that the cart(s) shall not be visible from the public right-of-way.
(g)   All equipment, products and/or supplies shall be stored wholly on or inside the cart at all times.
(h)   When not in use, all carts shall be stored in an on-site commissary approved by the Orange County Health Department and specifically shown on plans submitted in connection with a conditional use permit.  Such commissary shall be fully enclosed and shall not be visible from any public right-of-way or adjacent properties.
(i)   The cart operator shall obtain all applicable State and/or local licenses and/or permits and shall prominently display such current and valid licenses and/or permits on the cart at all times.
Recreation Buildings and Structures
P
Limited strictly to the use of the guests and/or employees of such hotel or motel.
Restaurants – Drive-Through
N
 
Restaurants – General
P
Enclosed or with outdoor dining
Retail Floor, Wall & Window Coverings
N
 
Retail Sales – General
P
 
Retail Sales – Kiosk
P
 
Retail Sales – Outdoor
N
 
Retail Sales – Used Merchandise
N
 
Signs
P
Subject to Section 18.116.160 (Signs)
Thematic Elements
P
Subject to Section 18.116.160 (Signs)
Valet Parking
M
 
Vending Machines
P
Shall be screened from view from public rights-of-way and shall not encroach onto sidewalks.
Warehousing & Storage – Outdoors
N
 
 
 
Table 116-F
Temporary Uses and Structures:
C-R District (Development Area 1)
P   Permitted by Right
C   Conditional Use Permit
N   Prohibited
Classes of Uses
C-R District
Special Provisions
Carnivals & Circuses
N
May be permitted as part of a conditional use permit for an Amusement Park, Theme-Type Complex, Aviary, or Zoo
Christmas Tree & Pumpkin Sales
N
 
Contractor’s Office and/or Storage
P
Temporary structures including the housing of tools and equipment or containing supervisor offices in connection with construction projects may be established and maintained during the progress of such construction on such projects, provided the time of such use shall not exceed one (1) year unless a request for an extension of time for good cause is approved by the Planning Director.
Special Events and Temporary Signs, Flags, Banners and Balloons
P
The temporary use of premises for special events as defined in Chapter 18.92 (Definitions), shall be subject to compliance with the provisions of Section 18.38.240 (Special Events) and Section 18.44.170 (Temporary Signs - Special Event Permit), provided that the following additional limitations shall apply in this District:
   (a)   One banner may be displayed upon the premises provided the banner is used in association with an on-site convention, a grand opening or any other event that is determined by the Planning Director to be in conformance with the goals and policies of the Specific Plan.  The message on the banner shall be limited to the name, logo of the business and/or the event.  The banner shall be securely attached to the building wall on which it is displayed.
   (b)   The following uses or activities are specifically prohibited:
      (1)   Any outdoor display and/or sales of merchandise or promotional materials in a location that is visible from a public right-of-way and/or adjacent property, unless associated with a convention being held at the Anaheim Convention Center on a property with frontage on Convention Way, in a location not visible from Harbor Boulevard;
      (2)   Inflatable advertising displays;
      (3)   Outdoor advertising of merchandise, products and/or services, including, but not limited to, merchandise promotions, sales, pricing, etc., unless associated with a convention being held at the Anaheim Convention Center on a property with frontage on Convention Way, in a location not visible from Harbor Boulevard;
      (4)   Roof-mounted displays of flags, banners, balloons, inflatable devices, or similar promotional displays;
      (5)   Display of pennants or pennant-type banners in a location that is visible from a public right-of-way and/or adjacent property;
      (6)   Flags, banners or balloons displayed in a landscape area or on a fence; and,
      (7)   Worn, frayed or faded flags or balloons shall not be permitted.
Open-Air Festivals
N
May be permitted as part of a conditional use permit for an Amusement Park, Theme-Type Complex, Aviary, Zoo or Specialty Retail Center
Real Estate Tract Office
N
 
Real Estate Tract Signs
N
 
Temporary Parking Lots
P
Subject to review and approval of the City Traffic and Transportation Manager in accordance with subsection 18.116.140.060 (Temporary Parking) and Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting - Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1)).
 
   .080   General Building Site Requirements.  The size and shape of the site proposed for the use shall be adequate to allow the full development of the proposed use in a manner consistent with the stated purpose and intent of this Zone.  Adequate provision shall be made for the safe and orderly circulation of both pedestrian and vehicular traffic between the proposed site and all streets and highways.  The proposed development shall not limit or adversely affect the growth and development potential of adjoining lands or the general area in which it is proposed to be located.
   .090   Automotive – Service Station, subject to the requirements of Chapter 18.38.070 (Automotive Service Stations) (except as certain associated uses are conditionally permitted or prohibited in this subsection) provided that site development shall be governed by the provisions of this chapter and the Design Plan.  New service stations shall be designed so that buildings are located adjacent to the front setback areas abutting the street, and pumps, service bays and other functions are located behind the building. As a condition of granting any conditional use permit for an automobile service station, the property owner shall record an unsubordinated covenant against the property agreeing to remove all structures, including underground tanks, in the event that the station is closed for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months or longer.  A service station shall be considered closed during any month in which it is open for less than fifteen (15) days.
      .0901   Convenience markets or mini-markets with or without the sale of beer and wine for off-premises consumption may be permitted in conjunction with a service station facility, subject to the approval of a conditional use permit and the following requirements.
         (1)   Such convenience market or mini-market has a maximum floor area of 3,200 square feet, provided that this use is only permitted in connection with the relocation of an existing service station facility with frontage on Harbor Boulevard to another location in the Anaheim Resort not adjacent to Harbor Boulevard, and further provided that:
         (2)   Prior to issuance of a building permit for the relocated service station, the property owner shall record a covenant on both the existing and the new service station properties satisfactory to the Planning Department and the City Attorney's Office that prior to final zoning and building inspections of the relocated service station, the existing service station shall be closed, demolition of the existing service station building, canopy and site improvements completed and removal of the underground storage tanks commenced in accordance with a permit issued by the Anaheim Fire Department. The covenant shall further provided that the site shall be screened by a chain link fence with green scrim on the side oriented towards the public right-of-way and adjacent properties while demolition and tank removal is in process, and that within a period of sixty (60) days following the completions of demolition and tank removal activities, the site shall be screened by a minimum 3-foot wide, 3-foot high landscape berm or shrubs adjacent to the public right-of way.  The site may be additionally screened by a 6-foot high chain link fence with green scrim oriented towards the public right-of-way located behind the landscape berm or shrubs.
      .0902   Tow truck operations may be permitted in conjunction with a service station facility, subject to the approval of a conditional use permit and the following requirements.
         (1)    A maximum of one (1) tow truck shall be permitted.
         (2)   When on-site, the tow truck shall be screened from view of the public right-of-way at all times.
         (3)   All vehicles towed to the site shall be stored indoors in a service bay.  Under no circumstances shall outdoor storage of the towed vehicles be permitted.
         (4)   No additional signage advertising tow truck operations shall be permitted.  (Ord. 6031 § 64 (part); August 22, 2006:  Ord. 6245 § 108; June 5, 2012:  Ord. 6261 § 6; January 15, 2013:  Ord. 6265 §§ 12 - 16; January 15, 2013:  Ord. 6269 § 1; February 19, 2013: Ord. 6274 § 1; May 14, 2013:  Ord. 6286 § 54; September 3, 2013:  Ord. 6317 § 27; March 3, 2015:  Ord. 6382 § 23; October 18, 2016: Ord. 6432 §§ 42 - 44; April 10, 2018:  Ord. 6461 § 28; April 16, 2019:  Ord. 6473 § 48; December 3, 2019:  Ord. 6493 § 29; September 29, 2020:  Ord. 6506 §§ 61, 62; February 9, 2021.)