This district is intended to provide for neighborhood amenity and some general commercial uses. Land use is composed chiefly of retail and service businesses, offices, and apartments, together with necessary accessory uses.
1.   Retail sales establishments.
2.   Laundries limited to machines not exceeding twenty-five (25) pound capacity according to manufacturers rating.
3.   Pet shops within a closed building.
4.   Repair services such as, but no more objectionable or intensive in character than watches, jewelry, shoes, locksmith, and household appliances.
5.   Personal services such as barbers, beauty shops, health clubs, laundries and cleaners.
6.   Restaurants, cafes and coffee shops.
7.   Second-hand stores, pawnshops and used furniture stores.
8.   Governmental services, public utility offices and exchanges, excluding storage or repair services, provided all antennas that extend above the building height shall be by Conditional Use Permit.
9.   Business and professional offices, banks and similar.
10.   Establishments primarily supplemental in character to other permitted principal uses, such as pharmacy, apothecary shop, sales of corrective garments, prosthetic devices and optical goods, and medical and dental laboratories.
11.   Business, trade, dancing, art, music, and other educational facilities.
12.   Gasoline service stations. (Body shops and paint shops are not included.)
13.   Small engine repair and similar shops where all work is done inside enclosed walls of a building.
14.   Indoor and outdoor sales of nursery stock.
15.   Public utility buildings, structures, or appurtenances thereto for public service use.
16.   Hotels and motels.
17.   Hospitals and other medical and dental offices and clinics.
18.   Churches and similar places of worship.
19.   Radio and television studios and all attached commercial broadcasting and receiving antennas which have a finished height of less than the height of the highest building on the property.
20.   Indoor commercial recreation establishments, such as bowling alleys, billiard parlors, shooting ranges and skating rinks.
21.   Indoor theaters, assembly halls, ballrooms and lodges.
22.   Headquarters buildings or charitable, philanthropic and welfare organizations provided that their primary activities are administrative and clerical rather than residential in nature.
23.   Customary accessory buildings and structures provided they are incidental to a permitted use. This shall include a single caretaker residence in conjunction within or in the same buildings as a commercial use. Accessory structures shall not be permitted prior to the issuance of a building permit for a commercial building.
24.   Mortuaries.
25.   Veterinary clinic and animal hospitals, when in a closed building.
26.   Lumber yards and building supplies where all material is stored indoors, or outside storage is less than six (6) feet in height and the outside storage area is surrounded by a six (6) foot high sight-obscuring fence.
27.   Outdoor commercial recreation establishments such as miniature golf, ranges, batting cages, and similar uses.
28.   Printing and publishing.
29.   Farming and agriculture including, if primarily non-commercial, the keeping of cattle, horses, swine (limited to one (1) per acre), sheep, goats, fowl, but not feed lots, slaughterhouses, fertilizer yards or plants for the reduction of animal matter. A minimum lot size of one (1) acre is required.
30.   Commercial greenhouses and accessory uses.
31.   Recovery residences.
32.   Assisted living homes.
C.   CONDITIONAL USES (Conditional Use Permit Required)
1.   Single-family residences.
2.   New and used automobile sales including light truck, and recreational vehicle sales.
3.   Commercial broadcasting and receiving antennas that have a finished height higher than the height of the highest building on the parcel.
4.   Taxi stands, bus stops, and public parking lots and garages.
5.   New and used heavy truck and agricultural equipment sales.
6.   Contractor yards and building supplies with outside storage over six (6) feet in height. (See Subsection 3.15 E. 7.)
7.   Campgrounds and recreational vehicle parks with twenty-five (25) units or less.
8.   Drive-in theaters.
9.   Small engine repair and similar shops where any work is done outside of an enclosed building.
10.   Retail Liquefied Petroleum Gas Dispensing Stations on the premises and as an accessory use to an allowed retail commercial use subject to the design requirements of the Arizona State Fire Marshall and the local Fire Marshall having jurisdiction.
11.   Apartments. Dwelling unit must be at least eight hundred (800) square feet.
12.   Mini-storage buildings and storage facilities, including the storage of recreational vehicles, boats and other operable vehicles.
13.   Manufactured and Modular Home Sales.
Because no list of uses can be complete, the interpretation of whether a use not specified is consistent with the intent of this zoning district and may be allowed as a conditional use or, where discretion is allowed, a permitted use shall be rendered by the Zoning Administrator with appeal to the Board of Adjustment.
D.   TEMPORARY USES (Temporary Use Permit Required)
1.   Temporary carnivals, circuses, revivals, rodeo, swap meets, outdoor retail sales, transient merchants, and similar activities as defined and regulated in Article 8-3 of the Town Code.
Applicability. The provisions of this subsection do not apply to garage sales or rummage sales.
2.   Temporary Use Permit. A Temporary Use Permit shall be obtained from the Zoning Administrator in accordance with the following:
a.   The Zoning Administrator shall ensure that health and safety are considered, and shall obtain the approval of the Yavapai County Health Department, the Fire District, and the Police Department prior to issuing the Temporary Use Permit.
b.   The Zoning Administrator shall ensure that land area is adequate for the proposed use and consequent parking, and shall ensure that traffic safety is considered.
c.   The Zoning Administrator shall require any measures necessary to protect surrounding property.
d.   A time limit shall be established for each use conducted under the Temporary Use Permit. Unless otherwise previously approved by Council, the time limit shall not exceed fifteen (15) consecutive days.
e.   Permanent structures shall not be permitted under a Temporary Use Permit.
f.   A Temporary Use Permit must include a comprehensive sign package, prepared by the applicant and approved by the Zoning Administrator, that documents (1) the total number of signs to be displayed within the corporate limits of the Town, not to exceed ten (10) individual double-sided signs, (2) the days and times of display of such signs, (3) the approximate locations of such signs, (4) the total aggregate sign area of all signs proposed, not to exceed two hundred (200) square feet size for all signs, taken together and (5) the applicant’s plan for removal of the signs after the event is finished.
1.   Minimum Lot area:                         7,500 square feet
   All lots less than one (1) acre in size must be served by a water and/or sewage disposal system approved by the Town of Chino Valley.
2.   Minimum Lot Frontage:                      50 feet
3.   Minimum Rear and Side-Yard Building Setback:
   Side-Yard Setbacks that front a street:            See Section 4.28
4.   Minimum Front Yard Building Setbacks:          See Section 4.28
5.   Maximum Building Height:                      50 feet
6.   Maximum Lot Coverage:                      None
7.   Outdoor Storage: All outdoor storage shall be screened with a six (6) foot screening fence.
(Ord. 06-678, passed 11-9-2006; Ord. 08-707, passed 10-23-2008; Ord. 10-729, passed 7-22-2010; Ord. 11-738, passed 1-11-2011; Ord. 13-779, passed 12-10-2013; Ord. 14-785, passed 7-8-2014; Ord. 16-811, passed 1-26-2016; Ord. 2020-878, passed 1-28-2020)