12-335: PUBLIC USE TABLE:
   TABLE 3-5
   PUBLIC USE TABLE
 
Use
Zoning District
F
A/F
R
S
C
I
RSC
REC
AV
Airports (1), (2) (airstrip)
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
Cemeteries (4)
C (3)
C (3)
C
Churches, grange halls, public or private community facilities
C (3)
C (3)
C
P
P
C
C
C
Communication towers
C (3)
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
C
C
C
C
Docks and marinas, community, upland accommodations (5), (6), (7)
C
C
Heliports (8)
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
Hospitals and clinics (9)
C
P
P (10)
P
C
C
Park
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Public utility facility (6), (11)
C
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
C
C
C
C
Sanitary landfills (12), (13)
C (3)
C (3)
Schools, public and private (9)
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
C
C
C
Service center facilities
P
P
P
Solid waste collection facilities (12)
C
C (3)
C (3)
C
C
C
C
C
C
 
Standards:
   (1)    All facilities shall be designed and located with full consideration to the safety factors involved with such a use and to the proximity of residential and adjacent land uses, including the reduction of nuisance factors such as noise, smoke and dust.
   (2)    Airports shall have a minimum area of 20 acres. The facilities must be located at least 2,000 feet from any Suburban District. Storage of flammable liquids, fuel, gases or combustible materials shall meet all local, State and Federal codes.
   (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)    Cemeteries shall have a minimum area of 15 acres and shall be at least 500 feet from any existing dwelling, except the dwelling of the owner or employee. No graves shall be located within 30 feet of any public right-of-way. Buildings shall be located no less than 100 feet from property lines. The cemetery shall not be approved if it is of such size, shape or location as to adversely affect the residential development of the existing neighborhood. The cemetery shall be provided with perpetual care for maintenance of the grounds and landscaping.
   (5)    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.
   (6)    Specified conditions with respect to emissions of noise, light, glare, smoke, odor, dust, particulate matter, 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.
   (7)    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/launching areas.
   (8)    The granting of approval of a heliport shall be based on the design of the unit, which will meet all local, State and Federal requirements for such use, and will be subject to the approval of the Federal Aviation Administration. Heliports will be located in areas where effects from the noise, vibration, dust or light will not adversely affect adjoining properties, and where the safety of adjoining residents and the public is not endangered. Storage of fuel will meet all local, State and Federal Fire Codes. No flammable liquids, fuel, gases or other combustible materials will be stored below the surface of any lake, river, stream or water body.
   (9)    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.
   (10)    Clinics are permitted in the Industrial District, but hospitals are prohibited.
   (11)    The area of land covered by buildings shall not exceed 35 percent of the total lot area. The site area shall be sufficient to accommodate the facility and required parking, setbacks, landscaping, walkways and other applicable development standards. The public utility facility lot or parcel is not required to meet the minimum lot/parcel size of the zoning district in which it is located. In considering applications, the Planning Commission shall consider the public convenience and necessity of the facility and any adverse effect that the facility will have upon properties in the vicinity, and may require such reasonable restrictions, or conditions of development; or protective improvements as to uphold the purpose and intent of this title and the comprehensive plan. A sewage management agreement shall be approved and executed prior to the issuance of a conditional use permit for subsurface sewage disposal systems serving 10 or more residential dwelling units or designed with a capacity of 2,500 gallons or more per day.
   (12)    The site will provide for adequate screening from adjacent sensitive land uses using a sight obscuring fence, landscaping and/or other approved treatment.
   (13)    Sanitary landfills shall adhere to the following conditions: a) have a minimum area of 10 acres; b) conform to standards prescribed by the appropriate State and local health authorities; c) conform to time limits for daily operation, as defined by the Board; d) provide a bond, for privately owned sites, to ensure compliance with the provisions of the zoning approval; e) provide for a paved street to the facility; f) be supervised during the hours of operations; g) provide for dust control measures that will limit the site's nuisance factor; and h) provide a suitable guarantee will be provided to assure compliance with the zoning and health regulations and also to guarantee adequate rehabilitation of the site.
(Ord. 501, 11-18-2008; amd. Ord. 512, 1-6-2010)