(A)   Intent. The T-1 Tourist Service Districts as herein established are designed to accommodate those activities necessary to service tourist needs including retail activities; tourist accommodations, commercial amusements, parks, and public uses of primary interest to tourists. 
(`73 Code, 15.091, § 5.31)
   (B)   Principal uses permitted. In a Tourist Service District the following specified uses shall be permitted.
      (1)   Tourist residence facilities including rooming houses, tourist cabins, motels and hotels.
      (2)   Restaurants, taverns and bars with gifts and souvenirs sales in conjunction.
      (3)   Grocery stores up to 3,000 square feet - no outdoor markets or roadside stands.
      (4)   Private clubs and lodge halls.
      (5)   Boat sales and trailer sales and service facilities.
      (6)   Accessory buildings and uses customarily incident to any of the above permitted uses.
      (7)   Other uses of a character similar to the above uses, subject to recommendation, pro or con, of the Planning Commission and City Council approval.
      (8)   All uses permitted and as regulated in One-Family Residential Districts.
(`73 Code, 15.092, § 5.32)
   (C)   Uses subject to special conditions. The following uses shall be permitted subject to the conditions herein imposed for each use.
      (1)   Publicly owned buildings, utility and public service facilities and uses (without storage yards) when operating requirements necessitate the locating of the facilities within the district in order to serve the immediate vicinity.
      (2)   Business in the character of a drive-in restaurant.
         (a)   A setback of at least 60 feet from the right-of-way line of any existing street must be maintained.
         (b)   Ingress and egress points shall be located at least 60 feet from the intersection of any two streets.
         (c)   All lighting shall be shielded from adjacent residential districts.
         (d)   A four foot six inch wall or obscuring fence shall be provided where abutting or adjacent to a residential use or district. The height of the wall shall be measured from the surface of the abutting residential district or use.
      (3)   Commercially used outdoor recreational space for children's amusement parks, carnivals, miniature golf courses, and rebound tumbling (trampoline) facilities subject to the following:
         (a)   Children's amusement park must be fenced on all sides with a four foot six inch wall or fence.
         (b)   Rebound tumbling facilities shall be fenced on all sides used for trampoline activity. The fence shall be no less than six feet high. Pits shall not exceed four feet in depth, shall be drained at all times and completely filled with earth to grade when the use is discontinued. All manufacturer's specifications for spacing, safety and construction shall be complied with; and in all cases trampolines shall be equipped with protective padding.
         (c)   All lighting shall be shielded from adjacent residential districts.
         (d)   No loud speaker or public address system shall be used.
         (e)   Adequate parking shall be provided off the road right-of-way and shall be fenced with a four foot six inch wall or obscuring fence where adjacent to the recreational facility.
      (4)   Automobile service station for sale of gasoline, oil, and minor accessories only, and where no repair work is done, other than incidental service, but not including steam cleaning or undercoating, vehicle body repair, painting, tire recapping, engine rebuilding, auto dismantling, upholstering, auto glass work, and such other activities whose external effects could adversely extend beyond the property line.
         (a)   The curb cuts for ingress and egress to a service station shall not be permitted at such locations that will tend to create traffic hazards in the streets immediately adjacent thereto. Entrances shall be no less than 25 feet from a street intersection (measured from the road right-of-way) or from adjacent residential districts.
         (b)   The minimum lot area shall be 10,000 square feet, with a minimum lot frontage of 100 feet, and so arranged that ample space is available for motor vehicles which are required to wait.
         (c)   Lighting shall be shielded from adjacent residential districts.
         (d)   A four foot, six inch obscuring masonry wall shall be provided on those sides abutting districts zoned for residential use.
(`73 Code, 15.093, § 5.33)
   (D)   Area and bulk requirements. See §§ 154.085 and 154.086 “Schedule of Regulations,” limiting the height and bulk of buildings and the maximum density permitted. 
(`73 Code, 15.094, § 5.34)
(Ord. eff. 8-1-67; Am. Ord. passed 1973; Am. Ord. eff. 6-6-08)