§ 20.252.020  USES PERMITTED.
   No buildings or structures or land shall be used and no building or structures shall be hereafter erected, structurally altered or enlarged, except for the following purposes:
   A.   Principal permitted uses.
      1.   Uses permitted in the M-P Zone, § 20.248.020 of this title.
      2.   Agricultural.
      3.   Manufacturing.  Subject to the conditions of this zone, manufacturing, assembling, repairing, testing, processing, warehousing, wholesaling, research or treatment of products; may be conducted, other than those which may be obnoxious or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas, noise, vibration or other similar causes detrimental to the public health, safety or general welfare, including but not limited to the following:
      Aircraft and aircraft accessories
      Aluminum products
      Auto trailer, camper, and mobile home manufacturing
      Bakery wholesale
      Boat building
      Bottling plant
      Building material and hardware sales
      Cabinet shop
      Carpet cleaning plants
      Catering services
      Cleaning and dyeing plants, general
      Cutlery, hardware, hand tool, and utensil manufacturing
      Dairy products processing
      Electric distribution substations, electric transmission substations, gas metering and regulating stations, public utility buildings and service and storage yards including microwave facilities incorporated as part of a public utility installation
      Electric or neon sign manufacturing
      Food products processing, manufacturing, canning, preserving, and freezing (excluding fish and meat products, sauerkraut, vinegar, yeast and the rendering or refining of fats and oils)
      Furniture manufacturing, upholstering and refinishing
      Garage, parking or parking structure
      Garment manufacturing
      Hospital or medical clinic, industrial
      Ice and cold storage plant
      Lumber yards (planing mills excluded)
      Machine shop
      Metal plating
      Metal working, light fabricating or welding firm
      Motion picture studio, laboratories and film processing
      Paint mixing, provided a boiling process is not employed (no above ground tank farm or surface storage is permitted except above surface thinner storage is limited to two hundred (200) gallons and is permitted)
      Paper, fabrication form
      Petroleum bulk plants
      Plastic, fabricating from
      Printing establishments
      Product service centers
      Radio broadcasting studio or station
      Rubber products if:
         1.   The rubber is not melted
         2.   An internal type mixer is used, and residue therefrom is collected in accordance with rules and regulations specified by the Orange County Air Pollution Control District
      Sheet metal shop
      Telephone exchange, office and equipment building
      Television broadcasting studio or station
      Textile manufacture
      Training center, industrial
      Warehouses and storage buildings
      Woodworking shop
      4.   Other uses.  The following accessory uses are permitted only where they are integrated with and clearly incidental to a primary permitted industrial use:
         Dwelling, single, where used exclusively by a caretaker or superintendent of a  permitted industrial use and his or her family
         Employees’ cafeterias or coffee shops
         Exhibition of products produced on the premises or available for wholesale distribution
      5.   Emergency shelter, subject to the following standards.
         a.   A single emergency shelter for thirty (30) occupants, or a combination of multiple shelters with a combined capacity not to exceed thirty (30) occupants, shall be allowed as a principal permitted use, consistent with Cal. Gov’t Code § 65583(4)(A).  Any other emergency shelter shall meet the minimum standards contained in subparagraph 20.252.020.A.5. and shall be subject to the approval of a conditional use permit consistent with § 20.408.030.  Churches or religious institutions within the M-1 zone may establish emergency shelters for up to thirty (30) occupants without further CUP consideration, regardless of current combined capacity of any existing emergency shelters currently in operation, subject to the minimum development standards contained in § 20.252.020.A.5.
         b.   Stays at the facility shall be on a first-come first-served basis with clients only on-site and admitted to the facility between 6:00 p.m. and  8:00 a.m. during pacific daylight time and 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. during pacific standard time.  Clients must vacate the facility  by  8:00 a.m. and have no guaranteed bed for the next night.
         c.   Maximum stay at the facility shall not exceed one hundred twenty (120) days in a three hundred sixty-five(365) day period.
         d.   Facility location shall be within a half (1/2) mile radius from an OCTA bus stop, as measured from the property line. 
         e.   A minimum distance of five hundred (500) feet shall be maintained from any other emergency shelter, any residentially zoned property and any public or private school, as measured from the property line.
         f.   A minimum of one (1) staff member per fifteen (15) beds shall be awake and on duty when the facility is open.
         g.   Bike rack parking shall also be provided by the facility.
         h.   Exterior lighting shall be provided for the entire outdoor area of the site consistent with the provisions of  subparagraph 20.08.40.C.5.b. 
         i.   A waiting area shall be provided which contains a minimum of ten (10) square feet per bed provided at the facility.  The waiting area shall be in a location not adjacent to the public right-of-way, shall be visually separated from public view by minimum six (6) foot tall visually screening mature landscaping or a minimum six (6) foot tall decorative masonry wall, and shall provide consideration for shade/rain provisions.
         j.   Any outdoor storage, including, but not limited to, items brought on-site by clients for overnight stays, shall be screened from public view.  Any outdoor storage areas provided shall be screened from public view by minimum six (6) foot tall visually screening mature landscaping or a minimum six (6) foot tall decorative masonry wall.
         k.   Facility improvements shall comply with Title 15, Division I and Title 16 of the Brea Municipal Code, specific to the establishment of dormitories and shall additionally provide:
            (1)   A minimum of one (1) toilet for every eight (8) beds per gender;
            (2)   A minimum of one (1) shower for every eight (8) beds per gender; and
            (3)   Private shower and toilet facility for each area designated for use by individual families.
         l.   An operational plan shall be provided for the review and approval of the Development Services Director.  Plans may be required to address additional specific needs as identified by the Director.  The approved operational plan shall remain active throughout the life of the facility.  At a minimum, the plan shall contain provisions addressing the topical areas outlined below:
            (1)   Security and safety - addressing both on and off-site needs, including provisions to address the separation of male/female sleeping areas as well as any family areas within the facility;
            (2)   Loitering control - with specific measures regarding off-site controls to minimize the congregation of clients in the vicinity of the facility during hours that clients are not allowed on-site;
            (3)   Management of outdoor areas - including a system for daily admittance and discharge procedures and monitoring of waiting areas with a goal to minimize disruption to nearby land uses;
            (4)   Staff training - with objectives to provide adequate knowledge and skills to assist clients in obtaining permanent shelter and income;
            (5)   Communication and outreach with objectives to maintain good communication and response to operational issues which may arise from the neighborhood, city staff, or the general public;
            (6)   Screening of clients for admittance eligibility - with objectives to provide first service to Brea residents;
            (7)   Counseling programs to be provided with referrals to outside assistance agencies, and provide an annual report on this activity to the city; and
            (8)   Litter control - with an objective to provide for the timely removal of litter attributable to clients within the vicinity of the facility.
         m.   The facility may provide the following services in a designated area separate from sleeping areas:
            (1)   A recreation area either inside or outside the shelter;
            (2)   A counseling center for job placement, educational, health care, legal, or mental health services;
            (3)   Laundry facilities to serve the number of clients at the shelter;
            (4)   Kitchen for the preparation of meals;
            (5)   Dining hall;
            (6)   Client storage area (i.e. for the overnight storage of bicycles and personal items); or
            (7)   Similar services geared to homeless clients.
   B.   Uses permitted subject to conditional use permit.  The following uses are permitted subject to approval of a conditional use permit application in accordance with the provisions of § 20.408.030 of this title.
      1.   Any principal use permitted in the M-2 Zone as specified in subparagraph 20.256.020.A. of this title and subject to all provisions therein.
      2.   Any conditional use permitted in subparagraph 20.248.020.B.2. of this title, and subject to all the provisions therein.
      3.   Gasoline service stations, subject to the provisions of subparagraph 20.228.020.B.3. of this title (C-N Zone).
      4.   Vehicle sales, new and used - (outside use permitted). 
      5.   Administrative and professional offices (any office in which chattels or goods, ware or merchandise are not sold or manufactured). 
      6.   Health clubs, studios or spas. 
      7.   Astrology, fortune-telling, etc.
      8.   Off-site hazardous waste facility subject to Health and Reactivity rating of three (3) or below in accordance with the NFPA 704 System, National Fire Protection Association or equivalent. 
      9.   Churches, religious institutions and similar places of assembly. The city has identified the following development guidelines as important for consideration within the review of any Conditional Use Permit for a church or religious institution within the industrial zones:
         a.   Churches, religious institutions or similar places of assembly should not locate within one thousand (1,000) feet, as measured from closest property line, of a previously entitled church or religious institution within the CM, MP, M1 or M2 zoning districts.
      10.   Emergency shelter - any emergency shelter defined as requiring a conditional use permit within subparagraph 20.252.020.A.5.a.
(Ord. 425, passed 10-14-68; Am. Ord. 464, passed 4-27-70; Am. Ord. 689, passed 1-15-80; Am. Ord. 708, passed 1-20-81; Am. Ord. 878, passed 12-5-89; Am. Ord. 924, passed 8-4-92; Am. Ord. 1092, passed 5-16-06; Am. Ord. 1119, passed 2-3-09; Am. Ord. 1128, passed 10-20-09; Am. Ord. 1154, passed 6-21-11)