1145.01  PERMITTED USES.
   The principal, accessory and special uses for each zoning district are shown in the following schedules. Uses given in the following schedules shall be according to common meaning of the term or according to definition as given in Chapter 1125 . All principal permitted uses, accessory uses and special uses shall be regulated by Chapters 1149 , 1153 and 1161 , and other sections of the Zoning Ordinance.
   (a)    R-1 Residential District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Accessory Use
Special Use
Agriculture
Private garages
Planned residential
Single-family dwellings
    and parking areas
    building groups
Churches and parish
Swimming pools
Hospitals or clinics
    houses
Home occupations
Cemeteries
Schools, public and
Home gardening
    parochial
Signs
Colleges
Essential services
Public recreational
Other accessory uses
    facilities
    and structures
Public buildings
    customarily appurtenant
    to a permitted use
   (b)    R-2 Residential District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Accessory Use
Special Use
Agriculture
Private garages
Town or row houses
Single-family dwellings
and parking areas
Multiple dwellings
Two-family dwellings
Swimming pools
Garden apartments
Churches and parish
Home occupations
High-rise apartments
    houses
Home gardening
Planned residential
Schools, public and
Signs
    building groups
    parochial
Essential services
Hospitals or clinics
Colleges
Other accessory uses
Cemeteries
Public recreational
  and structures
Nursing homes
    facilities
  customarily appurtenant
Funeral homes
Public buildings
  to a permitted use
Rooming houses
Dormitories
Mobile home parks
Clubs, lodges and
    fraternal organizations
Professional offices
(Ord. 58(72-73).  Passed 11-21-73.)
   (c)    C-1 Central Business District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Accessory Use
Special Use
Banks, offices and
Public parking
Automobile service
    studios
    garages and
    stations
Clubs, lodges and
    parking areas
Drive-in establishments
    social halls
Signs
Wholesale businesses
Commercial recreation
Essential services
    (conducted entirely
    facilities (conducted
Other accessory uses
    within a building)
    entirely within a
    and structures cus-
    building)
    tomarily appurtenant
Eating and drinking
    to a permitted use
    establishments
Funeral homes
Hotels and motels
Hospitals and clinics
Personal and professional
    services
Planned commercial
  building groups or
  projects
Planned residential
  building groups or
  projects
Printing establishments
Public buildings
Repair services (other
    than automotive)
Retail businesses
   (d)    C-2 General Commercial District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Accessory Use
Special Use
All those uses permitted
Public parking
Drive-in establishments
    and in the manner
    garages and
Bus and motor
    permitted in
    parking areas
    freight terminals
    the C-1 District
Signs
Contractor's equipment
Automobile service
Essential services
    storage
    (but not including the
    to a permitted use
Research laboratories
    storage or dismantling
Supply yards (but not
    of inoperative vehicles)
    including scrap or junk)
Building material establish-
Mobile home courts
  ments(conducted entirely
  within a building)
Machine shops
Planned commercial
  building groups or
  projects
Planned residential
  building groups or
  projects
Plumbing, heating, venti-
  lating and electrical shops
Trailer sales and service
Wholesale businesses
(Ord. 58(72-78).  Passed 11-21-73; Ord. 12(2008-09).  Passed 1-26-09.)
   (e)    C-3 Commercial Recreation District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Marine launching and docking facilities   
Large-scale marinas
Marine sales, repairs and storage Marine fueling and service stations
Yacht and boating club facilities (including private and public food and beverage sales)
Private and public park and recreation areas
Beach and swimming areas
Signs
   (f)   M-1 Manufacturing District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Accessory Use
Special Use
Bus and motor freight
Parking and loading areas
Industrial services
    terminals
Signs
Planned industrial building
Contractor’s equipment
Essential services
    groups orprojects
    storage
Other accessory uses and
Manufacturing (as
    structures customarily 
    defined in 1125.02(36))
    appurtenant to a 
Offices
    permitted use
Research laboratories
Supply yards (but not
    including scrap or junk
    yards)
Warehousing
Wholesale businesses
   (g)   P-1 Public and Semipublic District.
 
Permitted Principal Use
Municipal, County, State or Federal government uses,   
    facilities, utilities or structures
Schools (public or parochial only)
Colleges
Stadiums
Cemeteries
Other similar public uses or buildings.
(Ord. 58(72-73).  Passed 11-21-73.)
   (h)   Neighborhood Commercial District
 
Permitted Principal Uses
Accessory Uses
Supplemental Guidelines
(a)  Retail stores which are intended to serve the local neighborhood which are primarily engaged in the selling of merchandise for  personal or household consumption; grocery, meat markets, fruit and vegetable markets, candy stores, delicatessen, florist, pharmacy, retail bakeries, gift shops, book, magazine and newspaper stores, computer stores, antique shops, art galleries, photograph shops, hobby shops and like businesses.
Private garages and parking areas, swimming pools, home occupations, home gardening, signs, essential services, and other accessory uses and structures customarily appurtenant to a permitted use.
(a)  Parking.  Two (2) off-street parking spaces shall be provided for each apartment or dwelling in addition to any parking required by any commercial or office use in the building or structure.
(b)  Service uses which are intended to serve the local neighborhood and shall include self-service laundries and dry cleaning establishments, not less than fifty (50) feet from any residential district, beauty shops, tanning salons, shoe repair, restaurants, coffee shops, ice cream parlors, provided that drive-thru facilities and delivery services are not provided; computer repair, public or semi-public facilities, studios for photographers and artists, tailor shops and like businesses.
(b)  Buildings.  In order to provide a center commercial structure or building which is compatible with the adjacent residential neighborhood, the color, materials, massing and scale of the structures shall be carefully considered and designed to blend with adjoining residences.
(c)  Office facilities for the providing of personal services such as insurance agencies, insurance brokers, real estate offices, law offices, offices of physicians, dentists, osteopaths, chiropractors, podiatrists or other allied medical, dental, optical fields, accountants, architects, engineers, investment and financial consultants, business consultants, computer services, travel agents and like businesses.
(c)    Hours of Operation.  In order to protect the character of the neighborhood, commercial establishments in this district shall limit their hours of operation to between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
(d)  Offices of credit agencies, personal credit institutions, commercial banks, loan offices, or automatic teller machines, provided that no drive-in windows or drive- thru facilities are provided.
(d)  Development Plan.  Any person or entity intending to build a commercial establishment in this district must submit a development plan to the City Planning Commission in advance of any construction which provides for adequate parking, loading and unloading facilities, and traffic flow, so as to satisfy the Planning Commission that the establishment will be harmonious and compatible in design and function so as not to impose negative impact upon the pedestrian-oriented nature of the community or the quality of life in the neighborhood.
(e)  Offices of veterinarians, provided that the practice of said veterinarian is limited to small domestic animals, that no animals are boarded on the premises and that no outside runs or exercise areas are provided.
(f)  Kindergarten or child care facilities, provided that provisions are made for vehicular access, parking and fences to control accessibility of the children to adjoining hazardous conditions such as roads, streets, lakes, ponds, etc., or adjacent yards.
All of the above uses permitted in a Neighborhood Commercial District, listed in paragraphs (a) through (f), shall not include those establishments which have drive-in facilities or which have drive-thru services, or which provide delivery services.  The outdoor display or storage of merchandise or equipment shall not be considered a permitted use in this district.
(g)  Single family dwellings, two-family dwellings, condominiums, town houses and garden apartments.
(Ord. 25(2002-03).  Passed 4-28-03.)