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SEC. 51A-4.210.   RETAIL AND PERSONAL SERVICE USES.
   (a)   General provisions. Except as otherwise provided in this article, the following general provisions apply to all uses listed in this section:
      (1)   All uses must be retail or service establishments dealing directly with consumers. No person may produce goods or perform services on the premises unless those goods or services are principally sold on the premises to individuals at retail.
      (2)   Outside sales, outside display of merchandise, and outside storage may be classified as either main or accessory uses. Accessory outside sales, accessory outside display of merchandise, and accessory outside storage are limited to five percent of the lot. If these uses occupy more than five percent of the lot, they are only allowed in districts that permit them as a main use.
      (3)   In a GO(A) district, a retail and personal service use:
         (A)   must be contained entirely within a building; and
         (B)   may not have a floor area that, in combination with the floor areas of other retail and personal service uses in the building, exceeds 10 percent of the total floor area of the building.
   (b)   Specific uses.
      (1)   Ambulance service.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the housing, maintenance, and dispatch of vehicles designed to transport sick or injured persons to medical facilities.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, central area, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.  RAR required in CR, RR, CS, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 300 square feet of floor area, plus one space per 500 square feet of site area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (2)   Animal shelter or clinic.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the diagnosis, treatment, hospitalization, or harboring of animals including, but not limited to dogs, cats, birds, and horses.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   Without outside runs: By right in A(A), CR, RR, CS, LI, IR, IM, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. RAR required in CR, RR, CS, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
            (ii)   With outside runs:  By right in CS, LI, IR, and IM districts when located at least 1,000 feet from residential districts; otherwise, by SUP only in the same districts. By SUP only in A(A) and RR districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 300 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (3)   Auto service center.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the servicing or minor mechanical repair of motor vehicles.  This use may include the retail sale of lubricating oils, tires, or parts for use in motor vehicles.  This use does not include as its primary function the disassembly, rebuilding, and replacement of motor vehicle engines, transmissions, or other major machinery components, nor auto body repair or painting.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.  RAR required in CR, RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 square feet of floor area; a minimum of four spaces is required.  Parking spaces that are used to repair motor vehicles and located in a structure are not counted in determining the required parking.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If an inoperable or wrecked motor vehicle remains outside on the premises for more than 24 hours, the premises is an outside salvage or reclamation use.  However, a premise is not an outside salvage or reclamation use if the premise stores not more than four inoperable or wrecked motor vehicles each of which having a valid state registration, current safety inspection certificate, and documentary record of pending repairs or other disposition, and if the premise has a current certificate of occupancy for a motor vehicle related use.
            (ii)   The servicing or repair of motor vehicles that weigh more than 6,000 pounds or that have a manufacturer’s rated seating capacity of more than 15 persons is not permitted under this use.
      (4)   Alcoholic beverage establishments.
         (A)   Definitions:
            (i)   BAR, LOUNGE, OR TAVERN means an establishment principally for the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises that derives 75 percent or more of its gross revenue on a quarterly (three-month) basis from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages, as defined in the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, for on-premise consumption.
            (ii)   MICROBREWERY, MICRO- DISTILLERY, OR WINERY means an establishment for the manufacture, blending, fermentation, processing, and packaging of alcoholic beverages with a floor area of 10,000 square feet or less that takes place wholly inside a building.  A facility that only provides tasting or retail sale of alcoholic beverages is not a microbrewery, microdistillery, or winery use. 
            (iii)   PRIVATE-CLUB BAR means an establishment holding a private club permit under Chapter 32 or 33 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code that derives 35 percent or more of its gross revenue from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages for on-premise consumption and that is located within a dry area as defined in Title 6 (Local Option Elections) of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code. PRIVATE-CLUB BAR does not include a fraternal or veterans organization, as defined in the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code, holding a private club permit under Chapter 32 or 33 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code. PRIVATE-CLUB BAR does not include the holder of a food and beverage certificate, as defined in the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   Bar, lounge, or tavern and private club-bar.  By SUP only in GO(A)*, CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, MF-4(A), LO(A), MO(A), UC-2, and UC-3 districts. *Note: This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
            (ii)   Microbrewery, micro-distillery, or winery.  By right in industrial districts with RAR required.  By SUP only in CR, RR, CS, central area, mixed-use, urban corridor, and walkable urban mixed use districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:
            (i)   Bar, lounge, or tavern and private club-bar.
               (aa)   Except as otherwise provided, one space per 100 square feet of floor area.
               (bb)   One space per 500 square feet of floor area used for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages as an accessory use to the bar, lounge, or tavern use.
            (ii)   Microbrewery, micro-distillery, or winery.
               (aa)   Except as otherwise provided, one space per 600 square feet of floor area.
               (bb)   One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area used for storage.
               (cc)   One space per 100 square feet of floor area used for retail sales and seating.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 5,000
NONE
5,000 to 25,000
1
25,000 to 50,000
2
Each additional 50,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Bar, lounge, or tavern and private club-bar.
               (aa)   Food may be prepared and served as an accessory use.
               (bb)   Music, entertainment, or facilities for dancing may be provided under this use.
               (cc)   The person owning or operating the use shall, upon request, supply the building official with any records needed to document the percentage of gross revenue for the previous 12 month period derived from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages for on-premise consumption.
               (dd)   Unless the person owning or operating the use supplies the building official with records to prove otherwise, an establishment holding a private club permit under Chapter 32 or 33 of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code is presumed to derive 35 percent or more of its gross revenue from the sale or service of alcoholic beverages for on-premise consumption.
            (ii)   Microbrewery, micro-distillery, or winery.
               (aa)   Retail sales of alcoholic beverages and related items and tastings or sampling are allowed in accordance with Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission regulations.
               (bb)   Except for loading, all activities must occur within a building.
               (cc)   Silos and containers of spent grain are allowed as outdoor storage.  Containers of spent grain must be screened.  All other outdoor storage or repair is prohibited.
               (dd)   If an SUP is required, silos and outdoor storage areas for spent grain must be shown on the site plan.
               (ee)   Drive-through facilities are prohibited.
      (5)   Business school.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility offering instruction and training in a service or the arts such as secretarial, barber, commercial artist, computer software, medical technician, and similar training.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in LO(A), MO(A), GO(A)*, CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, UC-2, and UC-3 districts. By SUP only in the NO(A) district. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 25 square feet of classroom. Any personal service uses accessory to a business school must be parked to the personal service use parking requirement.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 50,000
NONE
50,000 to 150,000
1
Each additional 100,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (6)   Car wash.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the washing or steam cleaning of passenger vehicles. A car wash may be:
            (i)   a single unit type which has a single bay or a group of single bays with each bay to accommodate one vehicle only; or
            (ii)   a tunnel unit type which allows washing of multiple vehicles in a tandem arrangement while moving through the structure.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, MC-2, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.  DIR required in the CR district.  RAR required in RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, MC-2, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: For single-unit type car washes: none.  For tunnel-type car washes a minimum of three spaces required.  See the additional provisions [Subparagraph (E)] for off-street stacking requirements.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Required off-street stacking:  Three stacking spaces for each bay in a single unit car wash; 25 stacking spaces for each tunnel unit car wash. See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   Spaces used to wash motor vehicles and located in a structure are not counted in determining the required stacking.
      (7)   Commercial amusement (inside).
         (A)   Definitions.  In this paragraph:
            (i)   AMUSEMENT CENTER means a facility for which an amusement center license is required under Chapter 6A of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (ii)   BILLIARD HALL means a facility for which a billiard hall license is required under Chapter 9A of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (iii)   CHILDREN’S AMUSEMENT CENTER means a facility with amusement rides, games, play areas, and other activities, catering primarily to children 12 years of age and younger.
            (iv)   CLASS E DANCE HALL means a facility for which a Class E dance hall license is required under Chapter 14 of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (v)   COMMERCIAL AMUSE- MENT (INSIDE) means a facility wholly enclosed in a building that offers entertainment or games of skill to the general public for a fee. This use includes but is not limited to an adult arcade, adult cabaret, adult theater, amusement center, billiard hall, bowling alley, children’s amusement center, dance hall, motor track, or skating rink.
            (vi)   DANCE HALL means a dance hall as defined in Chapter 14 of the Dallas City Code, as amended, but excludes those uses described in Section 14-2(d). This definition includes a Class E dance hall.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   Except as otherwise provided in Subparagraphs (B)(ii), (B)(iii), and (B)(iv), by right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, UC-2, and UC-3 districts.
            (ii)   Amusement center:  An SUP is required for an amusement center in a CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, UC-1, or UC-2 district if it has a floor area of 2,500 square feet or more and is located within 300 feet of a residential district.
            (iii)   Bingo parlor:  An SUP is required for a bingo parlor in a CR, UC-2, or UC-3 district.
            (iv)   Dance hall:  An SUP is required for any dance hall (including a Class E dance hall) in a CR, CS, UC-2, or UC-3  district. An SUP is also required for a Class E dance hall in an RR, industrial, central area, mixed use, or multiple commercial district if the Class E dance hall is located within 300 feet of a residential district. RAR is required for any dance hall that does not require an SUP but is located within 300 feet of a residential district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:
            (i)   Bingo parlor:  one space per 50 square feet of floor area.
            (ii)   Bowling alley:  six spaces per lane.
            (iii)   Children’s amusement center:  one space per 200 square feet of floor area.
            (iv)   Dance hall:  one space per 25 square feet of dance floor and one space per 100 square feet of floor area for the remainder of the use. Delta credits, as defined in Section 51A-4.704(b)(4)(A), may not be used to meet this off-street parking requirement.  No special exception may be granted to the parking requirements.
            (v)   Motor track:  one space per 1000 square feet of restricted track area and one space per additional 200 square feet of floor area.
            (vi)   Skating rink:  one space per 200 square feet of floor area.
            (vii)   Other uses:  If an SUP is required for this use, the off-street parking requirements may be established in the ordinance granting the SUP, otherwise one space per 100 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   For purposes of determining the applicability of regulations triggered by the proximity of this use to another zoning district, measurements are made in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures or objects, from the nearest boundary of the lot where this use is conducted to the nearest boundary of the zoning district at issue.
            (ii)   All required off-street parking for a bingo parlor located within 300 feet of a residential district must be provided on the lot occupied by the bingo parlor use.
            (iii)   A dance hall shall at all times be considered a separate main use and cannot be an accessory use within the meaning of Section 51A-4.217.
            (iv)   This use must comply with all applicable licensing requirements. Amusement center licensing requirements are located in Chapter 6A, billiard hall licensing requirements are located in Chapter 9A, dance hall licensing requirements are located in Chapter 14, and sexually oriented business licensing requirements are located in Chapter 41A.
      (8)   Commercial amusement (outside).
         (A)   Definition:  A facility offering entertainment or games of skill to the general public for a fee where any portion of the activity takes place outside. This use includes, but is not limited to a golf driving range or miniature golf course.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS and central area districts.  By SUP only in A(A), CR, RR, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts. DIR required in the CS district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: If an SUP is required for this use, the off-street parking requirement may be established by the ordinance granting the SUP, otherwise one space per 200 square feet of floor area, plus one space per 400 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (8.1)   Commercial motor vehicle parking.
         (A)   Definition: A facility for the temporary, daily, or overnight parking of commercial motor vehicles as defined in the use regulations for a truck stop, and/or motor vehicles with two or more rear axles such as trucks, truck tractors, and similar vehicles, for no charge or for a fee, regardless of whether that fee is charged independently of any other use on the lot, if the parking is not accessory to a main use on the lot.
         (B)   Districts permitted: By right in CS, LI, IR, and IM districts, except by SUP only if located within 500 feet of a residential district, measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures or objects, from the nearest boundary of the lot where this use is conducted to the nearest boundary of the zoning district at issue.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading: None.
      (9)   Commercial parking lot or garage.
         (A)   Definition:  A vehicle parking facility that is operated as a business enterprise by charging a fee for parking.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. RAR required in CR, RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None; however, if this use is in the central business district, off-street stacking spaces or passenger unloading zones may need to be provided. For more information regarding off-street parking in the central business district, see Section 51A-4.306.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The parking of vehicles that weigh more than 6,000 pounds or that have a manufacturer’s rated seating capacity of more than 15 persons is prohibited under this use in all areas of the city except the central business district.
            (ii)   This use must comply with the off-street parking regulations in Divisions 51A-4.300 et seq.
            (iii)   If located in the CA-1(A) district, this use must comply with the regulations in Section 51A-4.124(a)(9).
      (9.1)   Convenience store with drive-through.
         (A)   Definition:  A business that is primarily engaged in the retail sale of convenience goods, or both convenience goods and gasoline, that has drive-in or drive-through service and has less than 10,000 square feet of floor area.  For purposes of this definition, CONVENIENCE GOODS means food, beverage, household, personal care, and pharmaceutical items.  A gasoline pump is not considered a drive-in or drive-through service. 
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in CR, RR, CS, IR, IM, MU-2, MU-3, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  One space.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture is permitted if the furniture is:
               (aa)   customarily used outside; and
               (bb)   made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (iii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture, other than the furniture described in Section 51A-4.210(b)(9.1)(E)(ii), is permitted only on Saturday and Sunday.
            (iv)   This use must comply with Chapter 12B, “Convenience Stores,” of the Dallas City Code.
      (10)   Drive-in theater.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for showing motion pictures outdoors where the audience views the motion picture from automobiles or while seated outside.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in A(A), CS, and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  Six parking spaces. The number of stacking spaces must equal ten percent of the number of the theater's stalls.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
      (11)   Dry cleaning or laundry store.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the cleaning or laundering of garments, principally for individuals.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in GO(A)*, retail, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts. In urban corridor districts, this use is permitted by right, but the use may not have a drive-in or drive-through facility. By right as a limited use only in MF-3(A), MF-4(A), LO(A), and MO(A) districts. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet or floor area.  If more than  ten off-street parking spaces are required for this use, handicapped parking must be provided pursuant to Section 51A-4.305.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  One space.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Garments may be collected at off-site pick-up stations for laundering and dry cleaning in this use.
            (ii)   This use may occupy no more than:
               (aa)   3,500 square feet of floor area in an NS(A) district; and
               (bb)   7,500 square feet of floor area in all other districts.
            (iii)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
      (12)   Furniture store.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility principally for the display and retail sale of new furniture and appliances.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 500 square feet of floor area open to the public.  One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area for storage or warehouse areas not open to the public.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture is permitted if the furniture is:
               (aa)   customarily used outside; and
               (bb)    made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (ii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture, other than the furniture described in Section 51A-4.210(b)(12)(E)(i), is permitted only on Saturday and Sunday.
            (iii)   See Section 51A-4.605 for design standards applicable to uses of 100,000 square feet or more.
      (13)   General merchandise or food store 3,500 square feet or less.
         (A)   Definition:  A retail store with a floor area of 3,500 square feet or less for the sale of general merchandise or food.  Typical general merchandise includes clothing and other apparel, equipment for hobbies and sports, gifts, flowers and household plants, dry goods, toys, furniture, antiques, books and stationery, pets, drugs, auto parts and accessories, and similar consumer goods.  The term “food store” includes a grocery store, delicatessen, convenience store without drive-through, and specialty foods store.  This use does not include other uses in this article that are specifically listed.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in GO(A)*, retail, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. By right as a limited use only in MF-3(A), MF-4(A), LO(A), and MO(A) districts. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  One space.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture is permitted if the furniture is:
               (aa)   customarily used outside; and
               (bb)    made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (iii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture, other than the furniture described in Section 51A-4.210(b)(13)(E)(ii), is permitted only on Saturday and Sunday.
      (14)   General merchandise or food store greater than 3,500 square feet.
         (A)   Definition:  A retail store with a floor area greater than 3,500 square feet but less than 100,000 square feet for the sale of general merchandise or food.  Typical general merchandise includes clothing and other apparel, equipment for hobbies and sports, gifts, flowers and household plants, dry goods, toys, furniture, antiques, books and stationery, pets, drugs, auto parts and accessories, and similar consumer goods.  The term “food store” includes a grocery store, delicatessen, convenience store without drive-through, and specialty foods store.  This use does not include other uses in this article that are specifically listed.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, UC-2, and UC-3 districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 200 square feet of floor area for uses with less than 10,000 square feet of floor area.  One space per 220 square feet of floor area for uses with a floor area of 10,000 square feet or greater, but less than 40,000 square feet of floor area.  One space per 250 square feet of floor area for uses with a floor area of 40,000 square feet or greater, but less than 100,000 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture is permitted if the furniture is:
               (aa)   customarily used outside; and
               (bb)    made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (iii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture, other than the furniture described in Section 51A-4.210(b)(14)(E)(ii), is permitted only on Saturday and Sunday.
      (14.1)   General merchandise or food store 100,000 square feet or more.
         (A)   Definition:  A retail store with a floor area of 100,000 square feet or more for the sale of general merchandise or food.  Typical general merchandise includes clothing and other apparel, equipment for hobbies and sports, gifts, flowers and household plants, dry goods, toys, furniture, antiques, books and stationery, pets, drugs, auto parts and accessories, and similar consumer goods.  The term “food store” includes a grocery, delicatessen, and convenience and specialty foods stores.  This use does not include other uses in this article that are specifically listed.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in RR and central area districts.  By SUP only in CR, CS, LI, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 300 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
100,000 to 150,000
3
Each additional 50,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture is permitted if the furniture is:
               (aa)   customarily used outside; and
               (bb)   made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (iii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of furniture, other than the furniture described in Section 51A-4.210(b)(14.1)(E)(ii), is permitted only on Saturday and Sunday.
            (iv)   See Section 51A-4.605 for design standards applicable to uses of 100,000 square feet or more.
      (15)   Home improvement center, lumber, brick or building materials sales yard.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the sale of home, lawn, and garden supplies, brick, lumber, and other similar building materials.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, and industrial districts.  DIR required in the CR district.  RAR required in RR, CS, and industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 275 square feet of retail floor area, plus one space per 1,000 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 50,000
1
50,000 to 100,000
2
Each additional 100,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   In all districts except the CR district, accessory outside sales, accessory outside display of merchandise, and accessory outside storage may individually occupy more than five percent of the lot, but may collectively occupy no more than 25 percent of the lot.  In the CR district, these accessory uses may collectively occupy no more than five percent of the lot.
            (ii)   See Section 51A-4.605 for design standards applicable to uses of 100,000 square feet or more.
      (16)   Household equipment and appliance repair.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the repair of household and home equipment, including appliances, lawnmowers, power tools, and similar items.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, MU-2, MU-2(SAH), MU-3, MU-3(SAH), MC-2, MC-3, MC-4, and urban corridor districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (16.1)   Liquefied natural gas fueling station.
         (A)   Definitions: In this paragraph:
            (i)   COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE means a motor vehicle that:
               (aa)   is designed or used for the transportation of cargo;
               (bb)   has a gross weight, registered weight, or gross weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds; and
               (cc)   is not owned or operated by a governmental entity.
            (ii)   LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS FUELING STATION means a facility for the retail sale of liquefied natural gas from pumps to commercial motor vehicles.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   By right in LI, IR, and IM districts, but SUP required if the use has more than four fuel pumps or is within 1,000 feet of a residential zoning district or a planned development district that allows residential uses.
            (ii)   By SUP in only in the CS district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading: Sufficient space must be allowed for the unloading of a liquefied natural gas fuel truck.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   No overnight parking is allowed.
            (ii)   No signage is permitted on liquefied natural gas storage tanks except for required safety signage.
            (iii)   A fuel pump island must be constructed in a manner that allows vehicular access adjacent to the island without interfering with or obstructing off-street parking. The building official shall not issue a permit to authorize the construction of a pump island until its placement has been approved by the director.
            (iv)   Liquefied natural gas storage tanks, fuel pumps, and related equipment may not be located beneath electric power lines.
            (v)   Liquefied natural gas storage tanks, fuel pumps, and related equipment must be located at least 10 feet from the nearest building, property line, any source of ignition, or nearest public street or sidewalk. 
            (vi)   Liquefied natural gas storage tanks, fuel pumps, and related equipment must be located at least 50 feet from the nearest rail of any railroad main track.
            (vii)   A clear space of at least three feet must be provided for access to all valves and fittings.
            (viii)   During fueling operations, the point of transfer (the point where the fueling connection is made) must be at least 10 feet from any building or public street or sidewalk, and at least three feet from any storage tanks or containers.  The point of transfer may be a lesser distance from buildings or walls made of concrete or masonry materials, or of another material having a fire resistance rating of at least two hours, but the point of transfer must be at least 10 feet away from any building openings.
      (17)   Liquor store.
         (A)   Definition:  An establishment principally for the retail sale of alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption, as defined in the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Code.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, central area, MU-2, MU-2 (SAH), MU-3, MU- 3(SAH), MC-2, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 60,000
1
Each additional 100,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   If a use has drive-in or drive-through service and has less than 10,000 square feet of floor area, the use shall be classified as a convenience store with drive-through under Paragraph (9.1).
      (18)   Mortuary, funeral home, or commercial wedding chapel.
         (A)   Definition:
            (i)   A mortuary or funeral home is a facility in which dead bodies are prepared for burial or cremation or funeral services are conducted.
            (ii)   A commercial wedding chapel is a facility, not associated with a church, where a wedding is performed for profit.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:
            (i)   One space per 300 square feet of floor area other than the chapel, plus one space for each two seats in the chapel. Up to 50 percent of the required off-street parking for this use may be tandem spaces.
            (ii)   If all spaces provided are non-tandem, the off-street parking requirement for this use is one space per 500 feet of floor area other than the chapel, plus one space for each two seats in the chapel.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A commercial wedding chapel may provide reception areas, but no alcoholic beverages may be sold.
      (19)   Motor vehicle fueling station.
         (A)   Definition: A facility for the retail sale of motor vehicle fuel dispensed from pumps or electric vehicle charging stations.  This use does not include a truck stop or a liquefied natural gas fueling station as defined in this section.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.  By right as a limited use only in MO(A) and GO(A) districts.  By SUP only in MF-3(A), MF-4(A), and NS(A) districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  Two spaces.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  Sufficient space must be provided to allow for the unloading of a fuel truck.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Except for compression cylinder tanks used in connection with compressed natural gas fueling facilities, all storage tanks for motor vehicle fuel must be located underground.
            (ii)   A fuel pump island must be constructed in a manner that allows vehicular access adjacent to the island without interfering with or obstructing off-street parking.  The building official shall not issue a permit to authorize the construction of a pump island until its placement has been approved by the director.
            (iii)   Fuel pumps are permitted as an accessory use only if they comply with the following subparagraphs:
               (aa)   The pumps must be available only to the owner and tenant of the main building and not available to the general public.
               (bb)   The fuel pump and any sign relating to the pump must not be visible from the public street. No sign may be erected indicating the availability of motor vehicle fuel.
            (iv)   Fuel pumps must be located at least 18 feet from the boundary of the site.
            (v)   Compression cylinder tanks used in connection with compressed natural gas fueling facilities must be screened from adjacent streets, alleys, and residential uses.
      (20)   Nursery, garden shop, or plant sales.
         (A)   A facility for the growing, display, or sale of plant stock, seeds, or other horticultural items.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in A(A), GO(A)*, CR, RR, CS, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts.  *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district.  See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 square feet of floor area, plus one space per 2,000 square feet of outside sales and display area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF SALES AREA
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   In all districts where this use is permitted except the GO(A) district, accessory outside sales, display of merchandise, or storage may occupy up to 100 percent of the lot.  In the GO(A) district, this use must be located entirely within a building.  See Subsection (a)(3) for more information about restrictions on retail and personal service uses generally in the GO(A) district.
      (21)    Outside sales.
         (A)   Definition:  A site for the outside sale of general merchandise or food. This use includes, but is not limited to, outdoor flea markets.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in central area districts.  By SUP only in RR and CS districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of sales area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Except as otherwise provided in this article, outside sales is considered to be a separate main use if it occupies more than five percent of the lot.  Outside sales on less than five percent of the lot may qualify as an accessory use if it is customarily incidental to a main use.  See Section 51A-4.217.
      (21.1)   Paraphernalia shop.
         (A)   Definition:  An establishment that displays or offers for sale any "illegal smoking paraphernalia" as that term is defined in Chapter 31 of the Dallas City Code or any other smoking paraphernalia that is commonly used, or commonly known to be used, for the inhalation of tobacco or illegal substances. For purposes of this definition, rolling papers, tobacco cigarettes, and tobacco cigars are not considered paraphernalia.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in CR, RR, CS, industrial, and mixed use districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space for each 200 square feet of floor area. 
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  One space.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,500 feet, measured from property line to property line, of any other paraphernalia shop.
            (ii)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,000 feet, measured from property line to property line, of a lot in a residential district.
            (iii)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,000 feet, measured from property line to property line, of a lot with a school.
            (iv)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,000 feet, measured from property line to property line, of a lot with a child-care facility.
            (v)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,000 feet, measured from property line to property line, of a lot with a college, university, or seminary.
            (vi)   A paraphernalia shop may not be located within 1,000 feet, measured from property line to property line, of a lot with a church.
            (vii)   A paraphernalia shop may not have a drive-in or drive-through or walk-up window.
            (viii)   The outside sale, display, or storage of products is prohibited.
            (ix)   A paraphernalia shop may only be a main use that requires a certificate of occupancy.  A paraphernalia shop may not be an accessory use within the meaning of Section 51A-4.217.
      (22)   Pawn shop.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for loaning money on the security of personal property and the sale of unclaimed property.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, IR, and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A pawnshop legally operating as a permitted use or a nonconforming use on March 1, 1989, is entitled to relocate to another site in the same zoning district or classification in which it is located on March 1, 1989, provided the relocation is completed before the first anniversary of the date that the pawnshop ceased doing business at the previous location.
      (23)   Personal service use.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the sale of personal services.  Typical personal service uses include a barber/beauty shop, shoe repair, a tailor, an instructional arts studio, a photography studio, a laundry or cleaning pickup and receiving station, a handcrafted art work studio, safe deposit boxes, a travel bureau, and a custom printing or duplicating shop.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in GO(A)*, retail, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. By right as a limited use only in MF-3(A), MF-4(A), NO(A), LO(A), and MO(A) districts. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   If this use has a drive-through facility, a minimum of two stacking spaces must be provided.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   In the NO(A) district, this use may occupy no more than 1,000 square feet of floor area.
      (24)   Restaurant without drive-in or drive-through service.
         (A)   Definition:  An establishment principally for the sale and consumption of food on the premises.  (This use does not include a restaurant with drive-in or drive-through service.)
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in GO(A)*, retail, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. By right as a limited use only in MF-4(A), LO(A), and MO(A) districts. By SUP only in the NO(A) district. RAR required in MF-4(A), LO(A), MO(A), GO(A), retail, CS, industrial, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:
            (i)   As a main use:  except as otherwise provided, one space per 100 square feet of floor area.
            (ii)   As a limited or accessory use:  except as otherwise provided, one space per 200 square feet of floor area.
            (iii)   One space per 500 square feet of floor area used for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages as an accessory use to the restaurant without drive-in or drive-through service use.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 5,000
NONE
5,000 to 25,000
1
25,000 to 50,000
2
Each additional 50,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The sale and service of alcoholic beverages in conjunction with the operation of this use is allowed generally, but may be prohibited if this use is located in a liquor control overlay district.  See Section 51A-4.503.
      (25)   Restaurant with drive-in or drive-through service.
         (A)   Definition:
            (i)   A restaurant with drive-in service is an establishment principally for the sale and consumption of food where food service is provided to customers in motor vehicles for consumption on the premises.
            (ii)   A restaurant with drive-through service is an establishment principally for the sale and consumption of food which has direct window service allowing customers in motor vehicles to pick up food for off-premise consumption.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.  By SUP only in central area districts.  DIR required in CR, RR, CS, industrial, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:
            (i)   Except as otherwise provided, one space per 100 square feet of floor area; with a minimum of four spaces.  See additional provisions [Subparagraph (E)] for off-street stacking requirements.  See Section 51A-4.304 for more information regarding off-street stacking spaces generally.
            (ii)   One space per 500 square feet of floor area used for the manufacture of alcoholic beverages as an accessory use to the restaurant with drive-in or drive-through service use.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 5,000
NONE
5,000 to 25,000
1
25,000 to 50,000
2
Each additional 50,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The sale and service of alcoholic beverages in conjunction with the operation of this use is allowed generally, but may be prohibited if this use is located in a liquor control overlay district.  See Section 51A-4.503.
            (ii)   The total number of stacking spaces required for this use is as follows:
 
NO. OF DRIVE-THROUGH WINDOWS
TOTAL NUMBER OF STACKING SPACES REQUIRED
1
6
2
8
Each additional drive-through window
4 additional
 
            (iii)   A remote order station, if any, must be set back at least 27 feet from all streets that allow direct access to the station.
      (26)   Surface parking.
         (A)   Definition:  A passenger vehicle parking facility.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in the P(A) district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   All parking must be at grade level.
            (ii)   A commercial parking lot or garage is not permitted under this use.
            (iii)   No structures are permitted under this use except signs and required screening.
            (iv)   The owner of surface parking must maintain a minimum front yard of ten feet when the surface parking is contiguous to an A, A(A), R, R(A), D, D(A), TH, TH(A), CH, MF, MF(A), MH, or MH(A) district.
      (27)   Swap or buy shop.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the purchase and retail sale or exchange of new or used regulated property where more than 25 percent of the facility’s total inventory is obtained from a source other than an authorized vendor or manufacturer. This use includes, but is not limited to, bazaars. For purposes of this definition:
            (i)   REGULATED PROPERTY means automobile accessories, business machines, crafted precious metals, electronic equipment, firearms as defined by state law, household appliances, jewelry, motorcycle accessories, musical instruments, photographic equipment, power tools, or sporting goods; and
            (ii)   AUTHORIZED VENDOR OR MANUFACTURER means a commercial supplier who deals in the wholesale distribution of regulated property in the ordinary course of business.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in CR, RR, CS, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (28)   Taxidermist.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals, birds, and fish.
         (B)   Districts permitted: By right in CS, industrial, and central area districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: One space per 600 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (29)   Temporary retail use.
         (A)   Definition:  A temporary facility for the retail sale of seasonal products, including food, christmas trees, and live plants.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 square feet of site area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  One space.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Off-street parking and loading requirements for this use may be satisfied by using existing parking and loading spaces for other uses located within 500 feet of the temporary retail use, or by providing temporary parking and loading spaces that do not strictly comply with the construction and maintenance provisions for off-street parking and loading in this chapter.  The operator of this use has the burden of demonstrating to the satisfaction of the building official that temporary off-street parking or loading spaces:
               (aa)   are adequately designed to accommodate the parking and loading needs of the temporary retail use; and
               (bb)   will not adversely affect surrounding uses.
            (ii)   The building official shall issue a temporary certificate of occupancy for a period of 60 days for a temporary retail use.  The building official may grant one 30-day extension of the temporary certificate of occupancy if the use has fully complied with all applicable city ordinances.  No more than one temporary certificate of occupancy may be issued for a temporary retail use at the same location within a 12- month period.
      (30)   Theater.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for showing motion pictures or staging theatrical performances to an audience inside an enclosed structure.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, multiple commercial, and urban corridor districts. In urban corridor districts, DIR required and this use is limited to a theater with less than 1,000 seats. By SUP only in MF-4, MO(A), and GO(A)* districts. *Note:  This use is subject to restrictions in the GO(A) district. See Subsection (a)(3).
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 28 square feet of seating area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The sale or service of food or drinks is permitted as a limited accessory use.
            (ii)   This use may include service of food or drink to the audience within the main auditorium.
            (iii)   The sale and service of alcoholic beverages in conjunction with the operation of this use may be prohibited if this use is located in a liquor control overlay district.  See Section 51A-4.503.
      (30.1)   Truck stop.
         (A)   Definitions: In these use regulations:
            (i)   COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE means a motor vehicle that:
               (aa)   is designed or used for the transportation of cargo;
               (bb)   has a gross weight, registered weight, or gross weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds; and
               (cc)   is not owned or operated by a governmental entity.
            (ii)   TRUCK STOP means a facility for the retail sale of motor vehicle fuel dispensed from pumps to commercial motor vehicles.
         (B)   Districts permitted: By SUP only in CS, LI, IM, and IR districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  Two spaces.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  Sufficient space must be provided to allow for the unloading of a fuel truck.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   Except for above-ground storage tanks used in connection with liquefied natural gas fueling facilities, and compression cylinder tanks used in connection with compressed natural gas fueling facilities, all storage tanks for motor vehicle fuel must be located underground.
            (ii)   A fuel pump island must be constructed in a manner that allows vehicular access adjacent to the island without interfering with or obstructing off-street parking. The building official shall not issue a permit to authorize the construction of a pump island until its placement has been approved by the director.
            (iii)   A truck stop is always a main use, and cannot be an accessory use within the meaning of Section 51A-4.217. Other than accessory parking, any other use on the same lot is considered an additional main use, such as on-site restaurants, cleaning facilities, and repair services.
            (iv)   Fuel pumps must be located at least 18 feet from the boundary of the site.
            (v)   Compression cylinder tanks used in connection with compressed natural gas fueling facilities must be screened from adjacent streets, alleys, and residential uses.
            (vi)   Except as provided in Item (vii), liquefied natural gas storage tanks are only permitted if approved as part of the specific use permit process.
            (vii)   For the purposes of Section 51A-4.704, adding liquefied natural gas fueling facilities to a nonconforming truck stop is not the enlargement of a nonconforming use.
            (viii)   No signage is permitted on liquefied natural gas storage tanks except for required safety signage.
      (31)   Vehicle display, sales, and service.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the display, service, and retail sale of new or used automobiles, boats, trucks, motorcycles, motor scooters, recreational vehicles, or trailers.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in RR, CS, and industrial districts.  By SUP only in central area districts.  RAR required in RR, CS, and industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 square feet of floor and site area exclusive of parking area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 60,000
1
Each additional 60,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The weight of each vehicle displayed or sold under this use may not exceed 6,000 pounds.
            (ii)   Outside display and storage of new or used vehicles for sale is permitted under this use without visual screening.
            (iii)   New or used vehicles for sale may be displayed or stored in the required front yard under this use.
            (iv)   If an inoperable or wrecked motor vehicle remains outside on the premises for more than 24 hours, the premises is an outside salvage or reclamation use. However, a premise is not an outside salvage or reclamation use if the premise stores not more than four inoperable or wrecked motor vehicles each of which having a valid state registration, current safety inspection certificate, and documentary record of pending repairs or other disposition, and if the premise has a current certificate of occupancy for a motor vehicle related use.  (Ord. Nos. 19455; 19786; 19810; 19928; 20242; 20237; 20257; 20272; 20273; 20425; 20493; 20494; 20895; 21001; 21200; 21209; 21259; 21289; 21291; 21400; 21659; 21663; 21697; 21735; 21796; 21960; 22020; 22204; 22531; 22995; 23739; 24439; 24659; 24718; 24759; 25047; 25056; 25785; 26269; 26513; 26746; 27563; 28073; 28079; 28700; 28737; 28803; 30477; 30890)