18.116.090   STRUCTURAL SETBACKS –COMMERCIAL RECREATION (C-R) DISTRICT (DEVELOPMENT AREA 1).
   .010   Structural Setback and Yard Requirements. Buildings and structures within this Specific Plan area shall be provided with open yards and setbacks extending across the full width of the property as provided herein. All setbacks shall be fully landscaped, irrigated, and maintained in a manner in compliance with the Design Plan, including, but not limited to, the Layered Landscape Concept and the Minimum Tree Density. The following minimum setback requirements set forth in Table 116-G shall apply to permanent buildings and structures constructed within this Zone, except as otherwise provided in paragraph 18.116.100.030.0308 (Special Intersection Landscape Treatment) and elsewhere in this chapter.
   .020   Minimum Required Building and Landscape Setbacks. Table 116-G provides specific setbacks for certain streets including major, primary, secondary roads and local streets. Such setbacks as indicated in Table 116-G shall be measured from the ultimate planned right-of-way as designated on the Circulation Element of the General Plan and as further described in Sections 4.0 (Public Facilities Plan) and 5.0 (Design Plan) of the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan document.
Table 116-G
Minimum Setbacks: C-R District
Street
Buildings up to 35 feet in height
Buildings 35-75 feet in height
Buildings greater than 75 feet in height
Special Provisions
Table 116-G
Minimum Setbacks: C-R District
Street
Buildings up to 35 feet in height
Buildings 35-75 feet in height
Buildings greater than 75 feet in height
Special Provisions
Acama Street
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Private property located immediately adjacent to the ultimate right-of-way line of Interstate 5 Freeway.
10 feet
10 feet
10 feet
Alro Way
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Ball Road
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Casa Grande Avenue
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Casa Vista Street
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Cast Place
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Chapman Avenue
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Clementine Street
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Convention Way
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
As measured from the right-of-way as shown in Exhibit 5.8.1s –Convention Way: Full Cross Street Section of the Specific Plan
Disney Way
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Disneyland Drive between Katella Avenue and Ball Road
19 feet
19 feet
19 feet
Disneyland Drive, north of Ball Road
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Gene Autry Way (Alignment shown on the Circulation Element of the City of Anaheim General Plan)
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Harbor Boulevard between the Interstate-5 Freeway and Orangewood Avenue
26 feet
26 feet
26 feet
Harbor Boulevard, north of I-5 Freeway and south of Orangewood Avenue
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Haster Street/Anaheim Boulevard
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Katella Avenue between Walnut Street and Interstate-5 Freeway and Orangewood Avenue
11 feet
11 feet
11 feet
Mallul Drive
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Manchester Avenue between Katella Avenue to the southern border of the Anaheim Resort Specific Plan.
20 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Manchester Avenue (between Harbor Boulevard and Clementine Street)
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Mountain View Avenue
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Orangewood Avenue
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Vermont Avenue
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Walnut Street
30 feet
30 feet
30 feet
West Place
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
West Street, south of Katella Avenue
20 feet
20 feet
30 feet
Wilken Way
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
Zeyn Street
10 feet
20 feet
20 feet
 
   .030   Setbacks – Interior. A minimum ten (10) foot wide fully landscaped setback shall be required within the area abutting any interior lot property lines; except that when an interior lot property line is within one hundred fifty (150) feet of any single-family or multiple-family residential zone (excepting a T Zone, which has a resolution of intent to a zone other than residential) or any property encompassed by the MHP Overlay, an open side yard setback area, with not less than twenty (20) feet of landscaping adjacent to the property line, equal to two (2) times the height of any proposed building or structure as measured to the highest point of the building, including any penthouse or other structure, shall be provided. Such setbacks shall be measured from the interior property line. Setbacks less than two (2) times the height of any proposed building or structure may be permitted subject to the approval of a conditional use permit as set forth in Table 116-C.
   .040   Permitted Encroachments into Required Yard and Setback Areas. Allowable encroachments into required setback areas are contained in Table 116-H. Buildings shall comply with the provisions provided herein.
Table 116-H
Permitted Encroachments: C-R District
Encroachments
Special Provisions
Table 116-H
Permitted Encroachments: C-R District
Encroachments
Special Provisions
Parking in Interior Lot Setbacks
Where an interior lot property line abuts a single-family or multiple-family residential zone, the required setback area adjacent to such interior lot property line may be used as part of an automobile parking area provided that trees are planted and permanently maintained in compliance with the Design Plan adjacent to the residential zone property line on maximum fifteen (15) foot centers; and, further provided that such parking area does not encroach within the required twenty (20) foot landscape setback area as specified in Table 116-I of Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting - Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1)).
Decorative Elements
Fountains, planters, and sculptures (not to exceed thirty-six (36) inches in height) and, decorative paving, walkways and ponds shall be permitted within the required front yard setback, provided they are an integral part of the landscaping plans and comply with the vehicular sight distance requirements.
Signs
Signs shall be permitted as provided in Section 18.116.160 (Sign Regulations) of this chapter.
Flagpole
A maximum of one (1) flagpole for the display of a maximum of three (3) flags shall be permitted within the required front yard setback provided said flagpole does not exceed fifty (50) feet in height and is set back a minimum of ten (10) feet from any property line abutting a public-right-of-way; and, further provided each flag displayed thereon has a size dimension not to exceed five (5) feet by nine (9) feet. All flags shall be kept in good repair.
Fences and walls
Fences and walls in compliance with Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting - Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1)) may encroach into any required setback.
Driveways and Walkways
Entrance and exit driveways and walkways into buildings or parking areas, including driveways and walkways that provide reciprocal access between adjacent properties, shall be permitted subject to the approval of the City’s Traffic and Transportation Manager.
Balconies, Awnings, Trellises and Architectural Projections
A maximum three (3) foot encroachment into the required minimum building setback area adjacent to the ultimate public right-of-way shall be permitted for balconies, awnings, trellises, and architectural projections.
Tree shrubs, flowers or plants
Permitted in any required setback in compliance with Section 18.116.100 (Screening, Walls, Fences, Landscaping and Lighting - Commercial Recreation (C-R) District (Development Area 1)).
Walkways
Limited to walkways leading from parking areas and public sidewalks provided the walkway is integrated with the landscape design and does not significantly reduce the landscape area.
Light fixtures
Permitted in any required setback except within required minimum 20-foot wide interior landscape setback areas adjacent to residential uses and/or zones.
Utility Elements and Associated Decorative Screening Walls/Fences
Permitted to encroach into the required interior setback areas, provided such utility elements shall not exceed six (6) feet in height and shall not be visible when the site is viewed at any point measured six (6) feet above grade from any public right-of-way or adjacent property, and such associated walls or fences do not prohibit access to utility devices or facilities or block access or egress from any emergency exit or exit way. Utility elements, devices or facilities are prohibited from encroaching into the front setback area.
Outdoor Dining in Street Setbacks
Up to eighty percent (80%) of the required landscape setback area adjacent to the ultimate public right-of-way may be comprised of outdoor dining area(s) connected to a restaurant, hotel lobby, or hotel accessory use, provided:
(1)   Landscape shall be designed and installed in conformance with the tree density requirements identified in the Design Plan and may use smaller-scale trees and shrubs within the required landscape setback area;
(2)   The paved area includes cutout areas for trees (minimum of one tree per 200 square feet), planters, pots, colored or enriched paving, and other pedestrian-oriented amenities;
(3)   Shrubs, decorative walls, and fences may be used as barriers within the Setback Realm to create enclosure for outdoor dining, provided that any barrier greater than 42 inches high shall be transparent.
 
   .050   Vehicle Sight Distance to be Maintained. No landscape materials or other elements exceeding twenty-four (24) inches in height shall be permitted within the "Commercial Drive Approach" area as defined by engineering standards on file in the City. All living landscaping must be maintained, pruned or trimmed in a manner which complies with the requirement contained in this chapter.
   .060   Parking in Required Setbacks Prohibited. Parking of privately owned and operated automobiles is not permitted within the required setbacks. (Ord. 6031 § 64 (part); August 22, 2006: Ord. 6265 § 18; January 15, 2013: Ord. 6506 § 63; February 9, 2021.)