12-333: COMMERCIAL USE TABLE:
   TABLE 3-3
   COMMERCIAL USE TABLE
 
Use
Zoning District
F
A/F
R
S
C
I
RSC
REC
AV
Accessory building
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Adult entertainment
C
Agri-education
C (36)
C (36)
C (36)
Animal establishments (1), (2)
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
C
Animal shelters (2), (4)
C
C
C
C
Art, performing arts and recording studios
C (2)
C (2)
P
P
C
C
C
Bed and breakfast establishments (2), (5), (6)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Boat storage
P
P
C (33)
C (33)
Convalescent center
C
P
C
Equipment sales and service
C (31)
C (31)
C (31)
P
P
P
Farmers' market
P (35)
P (35)
P (35)
P (35)
P
P
P
P (35)
P (35)
Golf courses, athletic facilities (e.g., tennis clubs, etc.) (7), (8)
C (3), (9)
C (3)
C
P
C
C
Gun clubs and rifle ranges (10), (11), (12)
C (2)
C (2)
C (2)
Hardware stores
P (24)
P (24)
P (26)
Home occupation I (14)
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Home occupation II (14)
P (2), (14)
P (2),  (14)
P (14)
P
P (14)
P (14)
P (14)
Home occupation III (14)
C (2)
C (2)
C
P
P
C
C
Hostel (2), (5), (32)
C
P
C
C
C
Hotels/motels
P
C
C (15)
C (15)
Indoor recreational uses and amusement places and associated concessions
P
C
C (15)
C (15)
Laundromats, showers
P
P
P
P (15)
P (15)
Nurseries and daycare centers, child/adult (16)
C (2)
C (2)
C
P
C
C
C
Outdoor advertising structures
Outdoor recreational uses and amusement places (11), (17), (18), (19)
C
C
C
Outdoor sales (17), (18)
C
C
Professional offices, service facilities and public offices
P
P
Racetracks (3), (10), (20), (34)
C
C
Recreational facilities (8), (17)
C (2)
C (2)
C (2)
C
P
P
C
C
Recreational vehicle parks/campgrounds (8), (21)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Rental warehouses/
ministorage (17), (33)
P
P
C
C
Repair services, boat and motor, minor
C (31)
C (31)
P
P
P
C (17)
Resorts, commercial (3), (22)
C
C
C
C
Resorts, private (3), (23)
C
C
C
C
Restaurants
P
P
P
C (15)
C (15)
Retail sales
P (24)
P (25)
P
C (15)
C (15)
Retail sales, automobile, boat, recreational vehicles and/or mobile homes
P
P
C
Retail sales of food, gas and sundries
P
P (25)
P (26)
C (15)
C (15)
Retreats (27)
C (2)
C (2)
C
C
C
Roadside stands
P (28)
P (28)
Storage of materials not in connection with a permitted use
Taverns, bars and similar drinking establishments
P
P
C
C (15)
C (15)
Temporary real estate sales office structures
P (29)
P (15)
P (15)
Theaters, outdoor (10), (19), (30)
C (3)
C
C
P (15)
P (15)
Vacation rentals
P
P
P
P
P
P
Vehicle sales and service, mechanical repair shops, car washes
P
P
P
Wholesale sales
C
P
 
Standards:
   (1)    All animals, other than livestock, shall be housed in permanent structures which can be physically enclosed during nighttime hours. All buildings and fenced running areas will be a minimum of 300 feet from any existing dwelling other than that of the owner. The operator of such a use will maintain adequate housekeeping practices to prevent the creation of a nuisance.
   (2)    Where access to the site is by road, the road shall be located within a recorded easement or public right of way, and constructed to provide adequate emergency vehicle access (including, but not limited to, fire, medical, and law enforcement), except where subject to the terms of an approved special use permit issued by a state or federal agency.
   (3)    Where access to the site is by road, the road shall be located within a recorded easement or public right of way, and constructed to the appropriate standard set forth in title 2 of this code or appendix A of this title, except where subject to the terms of an approved special use permit issued by a state or federal agency.
   (4)    Adequate daily food, water, veterinary care, ventilation, sanitation and shelter shall be provided for the animals. Facilities shall be designed to provide for isolation and quarantine of any animals exhibiting disease symptoms. The operator shall maintain identification and death records and shall permit a minimum of 1 inspection annually.
   (5)    1 on premises sign, not in excess of 6 square feet, shall be permitted when included as part of the conditional use permit application.
   (6)    A bed and breakfast shall be a detached single-family dwelling, occupied and operated by the owner or a resident manager, where 5 or fewer rooms are available for rent for a period not to exceed 2 weeks per guest, where meals are served from a central kitchen only to overnight guests. Guestrooms shall not have separate outside entrances as the primary method of entrance and exit. Liquor shall not be available for sale by the drink within the establishment. Food service facilities, water supply and wastewater disposal, and accessory uses, such as pools, shall conform to regulations set by the state of Idaho. Health and safety requirements shall conform to the adopted uniform codes based upon the occupancy and type of construction.
   (7)    In addition to the golf course or athletic facility, no commercial uses will be permitted except those related to the sale or rental of equipment associated, or food or beverage sales.
   (8)    Adequate water supplies for drinking and fire suppression, as well as approval of sewage disposal sites and methods by the Panhandle health district and/or the state of Idaho, must be demonstrated as appropriate.
   (9)    Use not permitted in the A/F-20 district.
   (10)    All facilities shall be designed and located with full consideration to the safety factors involved with such a use and to minimize the noise, smoke, dust and other nuisance factors to nearby land uses.
   (11)    Sufficient off street parking for patrons shall be provided.
   (12)    Gun clubs and rifle ranges shall have a minimum area of 5 acres. Target areas shall be at least 600 feet from any existing dwelling, except that of the owner or caretaker.
   (13)    Reserved.
   (14)    Use subject to the applicable home occupation permit per standards in section 12-489 of this title.
   (15)    Permitted only in conjunction with an approved resort or as part of a planned unit development.
   (16)    As defined in Idaho Code, except where used as a subordinate part of a permitted use.
   (17)    Sufficient land area is required to accommodate the proposed use, and the use and any appurtenant structures shall be so arranged on the land as to minimize any adverse effects on surrounding properties. The use shall not create particular hazards to adjacent properties.
   (18)    Specified conditions with respect to emissions of noise, light, glare, smoke, odor, dust, particulate matters, vibrations or hours of operation may be prescribed differently from those required in a given district, as to be compatible with other applicable state and federal standards.
   (19)    For drive-in theaters, the site shall provide for adequate screening from adjacent land uses using a sight obscuring fence, plus a strip of type A landscaping at least 20 feet wide along the applicable property line.
   (20)    Racetracks shall have a minimum area of 20 acres and shall be a minimum of 1,000 feet from any suburban district.
   (21)    Refer to Section 12-497 of this Title for RV Parks/Campground standards. Site requirements for RV parks include at least 25 percent tree canopy coverage and a maximum of 25 percent impervious surface.
   (22)    Commercial resorts on sites meeting the minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district, but no less than 1 acre. Resorts may include facilities for food and beverage sales, rented seasonal living units, retail sales of equipment, supplies or services in conjunction with a resort, campgrounds and recreation vehicle parks.
   (23)    Private resorts on sites meeting the minimum lot size of the applicable zoning district, but no less than 1 acre. Resorts shall contain provisions for outdoor recreation uses, which may include areas for group meetings, boating, camping, swimming, skiing, golfing, shooting.
   (24)    Individual retail or hardware stores shall have a maximum floor area of 40,000 square feet or less.
   (25)    Uses are limited to 2,000 square feet of floor area on each property, except for the hardware stores in the industrial district, as noted in standard (24) of this table.
   (26)    Food or retail stores shall have a maximum floor area of 10,000 square feet or less. Commercial malls that feature more than 1 food or retail store shall have a maximum floor area of 25,000 square feet.
   (27)    Meals, recreation and housing may be provided for the participants during the period of the retreat or program only. Retreats shall not be used by the general public for meals or overnight accommodations. Accommodations may include a lodge, dormitory, sleeping cabins without kitchen facilities, tents or other similar housing. Kitchen and dining facilities may be located in a single, centrally located building. Where access to the site is by road, the road shall be located within a recorded easement or public right of way constructed to provide adequate emergency vehicle access (including, but not limited to, fire, medical, and law enforcement). Demonstration of adequate sewer and water provisions and fire protection are required. The applicant shall also demonstrate there is sufficient area to accommodate the retreat and any appurtenant structures so as to minimize any adverse effects on surrounding properties and will not create hazards on adjoining properties. At minimum, the property shall meet the minimum lot size requirement of the applicable district.
   (28)    Of not more than 300 square feet for the sale of agricultural products produced on the premises.
   (29)    Temporary real estate sales office for the lots within the applicable development are allowed, provided they do not exceed 2 years.
   (30)    A traffic plan is required describing, at minimum, the method of ingress and egress to the site, traffic circulation within the site, and on premises parking and loading areas.
   (31)    Limited to tier III home occupation and subject to the standards of section 12-489 of this title.
   (32)    Housing shall be owner/manager supervised and may consist of dormitory style, separate or family sleeping quarters. Food service facilities, water supply and wastewater disposal, and accessory uses, such as pools, shall conform to regulations set by the state of Idaho. Health and safety requirements shall conform to the adopted uniform codes based upon the occupancy and type of construction. Hostels in the A/F district shall be associated with low intensity recreational or natural amenities, similar to recreational facilities.
   (33)    Maximum square footage for ministorage, boat storage, and rental warehouse facilities on a single lot or parcel shall be 10,000 square feet for the rural service center and recreation districts. The maximum square footage for ministorage facilities on a single lot or parcel in the commercial district shall be 40,000 square feet and unlimited within the industrial district. Maximum square footage for rental warehouses in the commercial and industrial districts shall be unlimited.
   (34)    Adequate fire and emergency medical services shall be provided during racetrack events, to the satisfaction of Bonner County.
   (35)    Farmers' markets may also be established in existing churches, schools, community centers or similar public or private community facilities.
   (36)    At least 2 acres of the site must be actively farmed/ranched, producing products or crops to be used in the agri-education school. School shall be clearly incidental to farm/ranch operation. Meals sold as part of the school are limited to foods primarily produced or grown on site. Associated lodging facilities shall conform to the standards of section 12-483 of this title, with exceptions to subsection 12-483C of this title limiting the lodging to only those attending, teaching or staffing at the school and allowing central lodging. (See section 12-493, "Agricultural Direct Marketing Activities", in this title for daytime classes, tours or other temporary educational opportunities.)
(Ord. 501, 11-18-2008; amd. Ord. 521, 3-2-2011; Ord. 538, 6-26-2014; Ord. 540, 10-22-2014; Ord. 547, 7-6-2015; Ord. 549, 12-9-2015; Ord. 594, 12-18-2019)