17-4-0100  District descriptions.
   17-4-0101 Generally. “D” zoning districts are intended solely for application within the downtown area. No “D” zoning may be established outside the downtown area boundaries as described in Sec. 17-1-1500.
   17-4-0102 DC, Downtown Core District.
      17-4-0102-A The DC, Downtown Core district is primarily intended to promote high-intensity office and employment growth within the downtown core.
      17-4-0102-B The DC district regulations recognize and support downtown's role as a center of regional importance and as a primary hub for business, communications, office, government, retail, cultural, educational, visitor accommodations, and entertainment.
      17-4-0102-C The district regulations are intended to accommodate a broad mix of office, commercial, public, recreation, and entertainment uses. The DC district also accommodates mixed-use (residential/nonresidential) and residential development.
      17-4-0102-D The DC district can be combined with the dash 12 or dash 16 bulk and density designations (see Sec. 17-4-0401).
   17-4-0103 DX, Downtown Mixed-Use District.
      17-4-0103-A The DX, Downtown Mixed-Use district is primarily intended to accommodate office, commercial, public, institutional and residential development.
      17-4-0103-B The district promotes vertical mixed-use (residential/nonresidential) projects that contain active ground-floor uses.
      17-4-0103-C The DX district can be combined with the dash 3, dash 5, dash 7, dash 10, dash 12 or dash 16 bulk and density designations (see Sec. 17-4-0401).
   17-4-0104 DR, Downtown Residential District.
      17-4-0104-A The DR, Downtown Residential district is primarily intended to accommodate residential development and small-scale commercial uses on lower floors, with residential units above.
      17-4-0104-B The DR district can be combined with the dash 3, dash 5, dash 7, or dash 10 bulk and density designations (see Sec. 17-4-0401).
   17-4-0105 DS, Downtown Service District.
      17-4-0105-A The DS, Downtown Service district is primarily intended to accommodate commercial and service uses that are essential for the livelihood of businesses and residents of the downtown area and surrounding neighborhoods.
      17-4-0105-B The district regulations allow a mix of small-scale office, commercial services, public uses, transportation and communication services, and industrial uses.
      17-4-0105-C The DS district can be combined with the dash 3 or dash 5 bulk and density designations (see Sec. 17-4-0401).
(Added Coun. J. 5-26-04, p. 25275; Amend Coun. J. 3-9-05, p. 44381; Amend Coun. J. 5-18-16, p. 24993, § 4)