§ 4.04  PI, PUBLIC AND INSTITUTIONAL ZONE.
   4.04.01   Purpose.  The PI, Public and Institutional zone is intended to accommodate large public, civic, and institutional uses and to protect residential areas from adverse land use impacts associated with such uses.
   4.04.02   Permitted Uses.  The following uses are permitted by right in the PI zone, subject to compliance with all other applicable standards of this zoning ordinance.
   (A)   Religious assembly;
   (B)   Dormitories and fraternity and sorority houses, when associated with a permitted use;
   (C)   Educational and medical-related research facilities;
   (D)   Colleges and universities;
   (E)   Hospitals;
   (F)   Nursing homes;
   (G)   Cultural exhibits and libraries;
   (H)   Day care, subject the standards of § 6.07;
   (I)   Safety services;
   (J)   Medical offices;
   (K)   Government offices ;
   (L)   Schools;
   (M)   Recreation and open space;
   (N)   Vocational, trade schools, or other specialized educational facilities;
   (O)   Uses, as listed below provided in conjunction with a permitted use, primarily as a convenience to its occupants, its customers, patients, and employees, and located within the same building as the permitted use:
      (1)   Restaurant or cafeteria;
      (2)   Book store;
      (3)   Gift shop;
      (4)   Florist;
      (5)   Medical and educational supply store; or
      (6)   Pharmacy;
   (P)   Home for adjustment, as regulated in § 6.31.
   4.04.03   Conditional Uses.  The following uses may be allowed if operated as a training facility in conjunction with a home for adjustment and if reviewed and approved in accordance with the Conditional Use procedures of § 12.07:
   (A)   Laundry;
   (B)   Landscape contractor; or
   (C)   Industrial bakery.
   4.04.04   Accessory uses.
   (A)   Customary accessory uses and structures.
   (B)   Any use or structure customarily incidental to a principal permitted use or structure, or incidental to a conditional use for which a permit has been issued.
   (C)   Signs, as regulated by Article 10.
   (D)   Private off-street parking areas, as regulated Article 7.
   (E)   Fences and walls, as regulated in § 9.02.
   4.04.05   Lot and Building Standards.  Lot and building standards are to be established as part of the site plan review and approval process.
   4.04.06   Other Regulations.
   (A)   No outdoor storage of any material (usable or waste) is permitted in the PI zone except within enclosed containers.
   (B)   Lights that generate glare onto any street or into any residential zone are prohibited.
   (C)   No building may be erected, or structurally altered, nor may any grading take place on any lot or parcel in the PI zone until a Stage I development plan has been submitted and approved in accordance with § 12.06. When development is proposed on a parcel of land that is a part of a larger tract of land that is under single ownership, the developer is also required to submit a plan for the entire property under the ownership, unless specifically waived by the city, in accordance with the plan requirements of § 12.05.02. The plan must show how the proposed development will be developed as an integral part of the much larger tract, including the coordination of land use and circulation (vehicular and pedestrian) with adjacent tracts of land.
   (D)   More than one principal building is permitted on a single lot.
   (E)   A minimum of 20% of the total area of each site must be set aside as open space, exclusive of streets, parking areas, and buildings.
(Ord. O-37-06, passed 8-15-06; Am. Ord. O-45-08, passed 10-28-08)