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SEC. 51A-4.213.   WHOLESALE, DISTRIBUTION, AND STORAGE USES.
      (1)   Auto auction.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the auction of automobiles.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in CS and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 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
 
      (2)   Building mover’s temporary storage yard.
         (A)   Definition: A site where a building or structure which has been removed from its original construction site is temporarily stored.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in CS and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   This use must be surrounded by a solid visual screen of at least nine feet in height and constructed of solid masonry, solid concrete, corrugated sheet metal, or a chain link fence with strips of metal through all links.
            (ii)   This use must be landscaped with plants meeting the requirements of the specific use permit.
            (iii)   Buildings temporarily stored under this use may not be placed upon a foundation.
            (iv)   This use does not include bona fide sales lots on which new buildings or structures are located displaying examples of workmanship or appearance of the buildings or structures to be constructed on other sites and sold.
      (3)   Contractor’s maintenance yard.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the storage and maintenance of contractor’s supplies and operational equipment.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS and IM districts. RAR required in CS and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 2,000 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area; a minimum of four spaces is required.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   This use must be surrounded by screening.
      (4)   Freight terminal.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the transfer or storage of freight.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS, industrial, and central area districts. RAR required in CS and industrial districts. DIR required in central area districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:
 
SQUARE FEET OF FLOOR AREA IN STRUCTURE
TOTAL REQUIRED SPACES OR BERTHS
0 to 10,000
NONE
10,000 to 50,000
1
50,000 to 100,000
2
Each additional 100,000 or fraction thereof
1 additional
 
      (5)   Livestock auction pens or sheds.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the auction of livestock.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By SUP only in A(A) and IM districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 28 square feet of seating area, plus one space per 600 square feet of sales 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
 
      (6)   Manufactured building sales lot.
         (A)   Definition: A facility for the display, service, and retail sale of manufactured housing or preassembled storage buildings.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  RAR required in CS and industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 200 square feet of office floor area.  A minimum of four spaces must be provided.
         (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)   Outside display and storage of new or used manufactured housing or preassembled storage buildings for sale is permitted under this use without a visual screen.
            (ii)   Display or storage of manufactured housing or preassembled storage buildings is prohibited within the required front yard.
      (7)   Mini-warehouse.
         (A)   Definition:  A building or group of buildings containing one or more individual compartmentalized storage units for the inside storage of customers’ goods or wares, where no unit exceeds 500 square feet in floor area.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS, industrial, and central area districts.  By SUP only in CR, RR, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking: A minimum of six spaces required.  Spaces may not be used for outside storage, vehicle storage, or parking for vehicles for rent.
         (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)   Caretaker’s quarters are permitted as an accessory use. One parking space must be provided per 500 square feet of floor area of caretaker’s quarters; however, no more than two spaces are required for each caretaker’s quarters.
      (8)   Office showroom/warehouse.
         (A)   Definitions.  In this paragraph:
            (i)   OFFICE SHOWROOM/ WAREHOUSE means a facility which has the combined uses of office and showroom or warehouse for the primary purpose of wholesale trade, display, and distribution of products.
            (ii)   OFFICE  SHOWROOM COMPONENT means the portion of this use which provides area for the regular transaction of business and for the display of uncontainerized merchandise in a finished building setting.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS, industrial, central area, MU-3, and MU-3(SAH) districts.
         (C)   Off-street parking.
            Required off-street parking:
            (i)   Office: One space per 333 square feet of floor area.
            (ii)   Showroom/warehouse: One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area for the first 20,000 square feet of floor area.  One space per 4,000 square feet of floor area in excess of 20,000 square feet.
         (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)   Retail sales of products which are sold at wholesale on the premises are permitted as a part of this use.
            (ii)   In the MU-3 and MU-3(SAH) districts, the office showroom component of this use must comprise at least 25 percent of the total floor area of the use.
      (9)   Outside storage.
         (A)   Definition:  A lot used for the outside placement of an item for a period in excess of 24 hours.  Outside placement includes storage in a structure that is open or not entirely enclosed.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS and industrial districts.  By SUP only in central area districts.  RAR required in CS and industrial districts. 
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space for each 5,000 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area up to a maximum of five required spaces; a minimum of one space is required. 
         (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)   Landscaping
            (i)   A landscape buffer must be provided between any required screening fence and an adjacent thoroughfare. 
            (ii)   The director may approve an alternative irrigation plan for landscaping if the director determines that it will maintain the required landscaping.
         (F)   Screening.
            (i)   In CS, LI, and IR districts, outside storage must be screened.
            (ii)   In the IM district, outside storage must be screened on any side that is within 200 feet of and visible from a thoroughfare, expressway as defined in Section 51A-7.102, new expressway as defined in Section 51A-7.102, or an adjacent property that is not zoned an IM district.  For purposes of this provision, adjacent means across the street or sharing a common lot line. 
         (G)   Stacking height.
            (i)   Except as provided in this subparagraph, maximum outside storage stacking height is 30 feet if the open storage is visible from and within 200 feet of a thoroughfare or adjoining property that is not zoned an IM district.  If outside storage is 200 feet or more from a thoroughfare or adjoining property, no maximum outside storage stacking height.
            (ii)   Outside storage stacking height within 40 feet of required screening may not exceed the height of the required screening.
         (H)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A person shall not place, store, or maintain outside for a period in excess of 24 hours, an item that is not:
               (aa)   customarily used or stored outside; or
               (bb)   made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.
            (ii)   Except as otherwise provided in this article, outside storage is considered to be a separate main use if it occupies more than five percent of the lot.  Outside storage 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.
            (iii)   Outside storage is prohibited in required yards, landscaping areas, and parking areas.
            (iv)   All nonconforming open storage uses must comply with Subparagraphs (F) and (G) before September 22, 2018.  The owner or operator may request from the board of adjustment an extension of this time period by filing an application with the director on a form provided by the city. The application must be filed before the September 22, 2018 deadline expires.  The application is not considered filed until the fee is paid.  The board of adjustment may grant an extension of this time period if it determines, after a public hearing, that strict compliance would result in substantial financial hardship or inequity to the applicant without sufficient corresponding benefit to the city and its citizens in accomplishing the objectives of this Paragraph (9), "Outside Storage."  The fee to request that the board of adjustment extend time is the same fee as the fee for a nonresidential special exception set forth in Article I, "General Provisions," of the Dallas Development Code.
      (10)   Petroleum product storage and wholesale.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the storage and wholesale trade and distribution of petroleum products.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in the IM district with RAR required.  By SUP only in the CS district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space for each 2,000 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area; a minimum of four spaces required.
         (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 an IM district, petroleum product storage and wholesale must be visually screened on any side that is within 200 feet of and visible from a thoroughfare or an adjacent property that is not zoned an IM district.  For purposes of this paragraph, adjacent means across the street or sharing a common lot line.
      (11)   Recycling buy-back center.
         (A)   Definitions:  In these use regulations:
            (i)   HOUSEHOLD  METALS means items that are:
               (aa)   customarily used in a residential dwelling;
               (bb)   comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as defined in Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended; and
               (cc)   not included in the definition of industrial metals.  Examples of household metals include, but are not limited to kitchen pots and pans, cooking and serving tools, barbeque equipment, window screens, gardening tools, and aluminum foil.
            (ii)   INDUSTRIAL METALS means pipes, wires, coils, condensors, guard rails, automotive parts, bulky appliances, and similar industrial or construction materials which are comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as defined in Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (iii)   RECYCLABLE MATERIALS means clothing, aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, plastics, and household and industrial metals.
            (iv)   RECYCLING BUY-BACK CENTER means a facility wholly enclosed within a building, or an automatic collection machine, used for the collection and temporary storage of recyclable materials as provided in Subparagraph (B).
            (v)   RECYCLING USE means any use listed in Paragraphs (11) through (11.3) of this section.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board:  By right in all districts.
            (ii)   For the collection of aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, clothing, and plastics:  By right with RAR required in industrial, central area, MU- 2, MU-2(SAH), MU-3, MU-3(SAH), MC-2, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.  By SUP in CR, RR, CS, MU-1, MU- 1(SAH), and MC-1 districts.
            (iii)   For the collection of household metals:  By SUP in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use and multiple commercial districts.
            (iv)   For the collection of industrial metals:  By SUP in industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 500 square feet of floor area.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   The floor area of this use may not exceed 10,000 square feet.
            (ii)   Mechanical processing of recyclable materials is limited to crushing, bailing, and shredding.
            (iii)   Materials stored at this use must be removed at least once a week or before reaching capacity.  The facilities must be maintained in proper repair and the exterior must have a neat and clean appearance.
            (iv)   In the LI, IR, and IM districts, openings providing vehicle access to the building may remain open at all times.  In all other districts, vehicle access openings must remain closed except when receiving or removing recyclable materials.
            (v)   No more than one recycling use is permitted on a building site.
            (vi)   This use must be located at least 1,000 feet from another recycling use.  Measurements of distance under this paragraph are taken radially.  “Radial” measurement means a measurement taken along the shortest distance between the nearest point of the building sites where recycling uses are located.
            (vii)   The collection of industrial metals is prohibited in all districts except the LI, IR, and IM districts as provided in Subparagraph (B).
            (viii)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board, the requirements of Subparagraphs (C), (D), and (E) do not apply.
            (ix)   The collection of hazardous waste, as defined in Section 51A-4.206(4)(A)(iii), is prohibited.
            (x)   No SUP for this use may be granted for more than a two-year time period.
      (11.1)   Recycling collection center.
         (A)   Definitions:
            (i)   HOUSEHOLD  METALS means items that are:
               (aa)   customarily  used  in  a residential dwelling;
               (bb)   comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as defined in Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended; and
               (cc)   not included in the definition of industrial metals.  Examples of household metals include, but are not limited to kitchen pots and pans, cooking and serving tools, barbeque equipment, window screens, gardening tools, and aluminum foil.
            (ii)   INDUSTRIAL  METALS means pipes, wires, coils, condensors, guard rails, automotive parts, bulky appliances, and similar industrial or construction materials which are comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as defined in Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (iii)   RECYCLABLE MATERIALS means aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, plastics, and household and industrial metals.
            (iv)   RECYCLING COLLECTION CENTER means a facility for the collection and temporary storage of recyclable materials as provided in Subparagraph (B).
            (v)   RECYCLING USE means any use listed in Paragraphs (11) through (11.3) of this section.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board:  By right in all districts.
            (ii)   For the collection of aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, and plastics:  By right with RAR required in industrial, central area, MU-2, MU- 2(SAH), MU-3, MU-3(SAH), MC-2, MC-3, and MC-4 districts.  By SUP in CR, RR, CS, MU-1, MU-1(SAH), and MC-1 districts.
            (iii)   For the collection of household metals:  By SUP in CR, RR, CS, industrial, central area, mixed use, and multiple commercial districts.
            (iv)   For the collection of industrial metals:  By SUP in industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  A minimum of one space is required. If the use is operated by an attendant, one additional space is required.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   This use may only be located on an improved surface in an enclosed container or a trailer that is not more than 45 feet in length.
            (ii)   A trailer may only be placed on an improved surface of a building site containing a minimum of 30,000 square feet of land area, and a minimum of 10,000 square feet of building area. The area occupied by this use may not exceed 2,000 contiguous square feet, excluding area for required parking and maneuvering.
            (iii)   No more than one recycling use is permitted on a building site. A collection center is limited to one trailer and two containers of no more than 40 cubic yards each. An additional 40-cubic-yard container may be substituted for the permitted trailer.
            (iv)   A collection center located on a parking lot may not occupy required off-street parking spaces. A collection center must be arranged so as to not impede free traffic flow. This use may not be located in a required yard.
            (v)   Mechanical processing of recyclable materials is prohibited on site.
            (vi)   Materials stored at the collection center must be removed at least once a week or before reaching capacity.
            (vii)    The collection center must be maintained in proper repair and the exterior must have a neat and clean appearance. All containers must be constructed of solid materials.
            (viii)   Collection centers must be attended at all times or closed.
            (ix)   A sign must be provided for each trailer and container. Each sign must identify the use, the operator responsible for the use, and the telephone number of the operator. A trailer may have one sign on each side, not exceeding 125 square feet. No sign on a container may exceed 30 square feet. No other sign is permitted for this use.
            (x)   No SUP for this use may be granted for more than a two-year time period.
            (xi)   Operation of this use between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. is prohibited.
            (xii)   This use must be located at least 1,000 feet from another recycling use. Measurements of distance under this paragraph are taken radially. “Radial” measurement means a measurement taken along the shortest distance between the nearest point of the building sites where recycling uses are located.
            (xiii)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board, the requirements of Subparagraphs (C), (D), and (E) do not apply.
            (xiv)   The collection of hazardous waste, as defined in Section 51A-4.206(1.1), is prohibited.
      (11.2)   Recycling drop-off container.
         (A)   Definitions:  In these use regulations:
            (i)   RECYCLABLE MATERIALS means aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, and plastics.
            (ii)   RECYCLING DROP-OFF CONTAINER means a facility for the collection and temporary storage of recyclable materials that are limited to aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, and plastics.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   By right in all districts if this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board.
            (ii)   By right in all districts except the P(A) district if the requirements of Subparagraph (E) are satisfied. Except as otherwise provided in Subparagraph (B)(i) and except for the P(A) district, by SUP in any district if any requirement of Subparagraph (E) is not satisfied.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   A multifamily or non-residential use must be located on the same building site as this use.
            (ii)   This use may not be located within a visibility triangle as defined in Section 51A-4.602.
            (iii)   No more than two containers are permitted on a building site. Containers may have no more than 3.5 cubic yards of storage capacity except that one container for paper collection may have no more than 20 cubic yards of storage capacity. No container may exceed six feet in height. All deposit openings must be designed to prevent dispersion of the container’s contents, or the container must be staffed at all times when collection may occur. Containers must be constructed of solid materials and placed on concrete paving, hot mix asphalt paving that consists of a binder and surface course, or a material that has equivalent characteristics. 
            (iv)   Containers may not occupy required off-street parking spaces, impede free traffic flow, or be located in a yard that abuts a street. For purposes of this provision, “yard” means the area extending the length of the lot between the main structure and a street.
            (v)   Trailers and automatic collection machines are prohibited.
            (vi)   Mechanical processing of the recyclable materials is prohibited on site.
            (vii)   Materials stored at this use must be removed at least once a week or before reaching capacity. The facilities must be maintained in proper repair and the exterior must have a neat and clean appearance.
            (viii)   A sign must be provided for each container on the container. Each sign must identify the use, the operator responsible for the use, and the telephone number of the operator. No sign on a container may exceed 30 square feet. One sign that does not exceed 20 square feet may be provided on a required screening fence within five feet of a container.
            (ix)   No more than one recycling use is permitted on a building site.
            (x)   This use must be located at least 1,000 feet from another recycling use. Measurements of distance under this provision are taken radially. “Radial” measurement means a measurement taken along the shortest distance between the nearest point of the building sites where recycling uses are located.
            (xi)   Recycling drop-off containers must be visually screened on any side visible from a street or an adjoining residential property by a brick, stone, concrete masonry, stucco, concrete, or wood wall or fence or by landscape screening. To allow air circulation and visibility, the screening from grade to one foot above grade must be open except for support posts. Screening must be properly maintained so that:
               (aa)   the screening is not out of vertical alignment more than one foot from the vertical, measured at the top of the screening; and
               (bb)   any rotted, fire damaged, or broken slats or support posts; any broken or bent metal posts; any torn, cut, bent, or ripped metal screening; any loose or missing bricks, stones, rocks, mortar, or similar materials and any dead or damaged landscaping materials are repaired or replaced.
            (xii)   No SUP for this use may be granted for more than a two-year time period.
            (xiii)   Nonprofit organizations are exempt from payment of SUP application fees for this use. For purposes of this provision, “nonprofit organization” means an organization eligible for an exemption from taxation pursuant to Sections 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Code. At the time of application, a nonprofit applicant must submit an affidavit, acknowledged before a notary public, stating the organization’s eligibility for a fee exemption under this paragraph.
            (xiv)   The collection of hazardous waste, as defined in Section 51A-4.206(1.1), is prohibited.
            (xv)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board, the requirements of Subparagraphs (C), (D), and (E) do not apply.
            (xvi)   By December 31, 2008, recycling drop-off containers must be brought into compliance with amendments to this subparagraph contained in Ordinance No. 27314, passed by the Dallas City Council on September 10, 2008.
      (11.3)   Recycling drop-off for special occasion collection.
         (A)   Definitions:  In these use regulations:
            (i)   HOUSEHOLD  METALS means items that are:
               (aa)   customarily used in a residential dwelling;
               (bb)   comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as defined in Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended; and
               (cc)   not included in the definition of industrial metals.  Examples of household metals include, but are not limited to kitchen pots and pans, cooking and serving tools, barbeque equipment, window screens, gardening tools, and aluminum foil.
            (ii)   INDUSTRIAL  METALS means pipes, wires, coils, condensors, guard rails, automotive parts, bulky appliances, and similar industrial or construction materials which are comprised of any quantity of ferrous or nonferrous metal, as definedin Chapter 40B of the Dallas City Code, as amended.
            (iii)   RECYCLABLE MATERIALS means aluminum cans, steel cans, glass, paper, plastics, and household and industrial metals.
            (iv)   RECYCLING DROP-OFF FOR SPECIAL OCCASION COLLECTION means a facility for the collection and temporary storage of recyclable materials that are limited to metals, glass, paper, and plastics.
         (B)   Districts permitted:
            (i)   By right in all districts if this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board.
            (ii)   By right in all districts except the P(A) district if the requirements of Subparagraph (E) are satisfied.  Except as otherwise provided in Subparagraph (B)(i) and except for the P(A) district, by SUP in any district if any requirement of Subparagraph (E) is not satisfied.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   No more than one event each calendar month is permitted, and no event may exceed three days in duration.
            (ii)   A church, school, or community center use with no less than two acres of land area must be located on the same building site as this use.
            (iii)   Trailers and containers may not be located within a required yard.
            (iv)   This use is limited to one trailer and two containers of no more than 40 cubic yards each.  An additional 40-cubic-yard container may be substituted for the permitted trailer.
            (v)   This use must be attended at all times or closed.
            (vi)   This use may not occupy required off-street parking spaces or impede free traffic flow.
            (vii)   Mechanical pro-cessing of recyclable materials is prohibited.
            (viii)   All containers, conveyances, and materials must be removed from the property after each three-day event.  The facilities must be maintained in proper repair and the exterior must have a neat and clean appearance.  All containers must be constructed of solid materials.
            (ix)   A sign must be provided for each trailer and container.  Each sign must identify the use, the operator responsible for the use, and the telephone number of the operator.  No sign may exceed 30 square feet.
            (x)   Sales transactions are prohibited on site.
            (xi)   No more than one recycling use is permitted on a building site.
            (xii)   This use must be located at least 1,000 feet from another recycling use.  Measurements of distance under this paragraph are taken radially.  “Radial” measurement means a measurement taken along the shortest distance between the nearest point of the building sites where recycling uses are located.
            (xiii)   Nonprofit organizations are exempt from payment of SUP application fees for this use.  For purposes of this paragraph, nonprofit organization means an organization eligible for an exemption from taxation pursuant to Sections 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code.  At the time of application, a nonprofit applicant must submit an affidavit, acknowledged before a notary public, stating the organization’s eligibility for a fee exemption under this paragraph.
            (xiv)   No SUP for this use may be granted for more than a two-year time period.
            (xv)   If this use is located on property controlled, managed, or maintained by the park and recreation board, the requirements of Subparagraphs (C), (D), and (E) do not apply.
            (xvi) The collection of hazardous waste, as defined in Section 51A-4.206(1.1), is prohibited.
      (12)   Sand, gravel, or earth sales and storage.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for storing and selling sand, gravel, and earth.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in the IM district with RAR required.  By SUP only in A(A) and CS districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 2,000 square feet of site area exclusive of parking area; a minimum of four spaces is required.
         (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)   No  mining is permitted under this use.
            (ii)   In an IM district, sand, gravel, or earth sales and storage must be visually screened on any side that is within 200 feet of and visible from a thoroughfare or an adjoining property that is not zoned an IM district.
      (13)   Trade center.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for exhibitions, trade shows, and conventions.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS, industrial, central area, MU-3, MU-3(SAH), and MC-4 districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space for each 700 square feet of floor area, exclusive of atriums, mechanical rooms, stairwells, and hallways.  Required off-street parking must be provided on the site within 500 feet of a public entrance to the trade center.  However, parking may be located at a distance greater than 500 feet if a satisfactory system of transportation between the trade center and parking area is established and maintained by the owner of the use.
         (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)   This use must have a minimum floor area of 2,000,000 square feet.
            (ii)   This use must have a site area of at least 100 acres.  The site area may be divided by streets.  The area of the dividing streets is not included in the computation of the site area.
            (iii)   No more than 40 percent of the floor area may be used for retail sales.
      (14)   Vehicle storage lot.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the storage of vehicles that have been towed, repossessed, or are otherwise in the care and custody of the operator of the lot.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in the IM district. By SUP only in the CS district.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  None.
         (D)   Required off-street loading:  None.
         (E)   Additional provisions:
            (i)   No servicing of vehicles or sales of vehicles or parts are permitted under this use.
            (ii)   A person shall not store outside a legally or mechanically inoperative or  wrecked motor vehicle for a continuous period in excess of 60 days.
            (iii)   This use must have a visual screen of at least six feet in height which consists of solid masonry, concrete, brick, stucco, stone, or wood.
            (iv)   Access through required screening may be provided only by a solid gate equaling the height of the screening. The gate must be located at least 20 feet from the back of the existing street curb, and must remain closed except when in actual use.
            (v)   No stacking, crushing, dismantling, or repair of vehicles is permitted.
            (vi)   A landscape plan must be submitted to the building official with any application for a building permit in connection with the creation or expansion of this use. The point values and standards contained in Section 51A-10.107 of this chapter apply to the building official’s review of the landscape plan required for this use. The landscape plan must show at least 20 points of landscaping located between the required screening and the perimeter of the lot. The requirements contained in Article X of this chapter related to acceptable landscape materials, soil requirements, protection of landscape areas, irrigation requirements, completion, and maintenance apply to this use.
            (vii)   A minimum distance of 500 feet is required between this use and a single family, duplex, townhouse, clustered housing, multifamily, or manufactured home district.
            (viii)   This use must comply with all applicable licensing requirements.
            (ix)   Paving surface requirements may be provided in an ordinance granting or amending a specific use permit or a planned development district. Otherwise, the paving surface requirements contained in Subsection 51A-4.301(d)(3.1) apply.
      (15)   Warehouse.
         (A)   Definition:  A facility for the inside storage and distribution of items.
         (B)   Districts permitted:  By right in CS, industrial, and central area districts. RAR required in CS and industrial districts.
         (C)   Required off-street parking:  One space per 1,000 square feet of floor area up to 20,000 square feet, and one space per 4,000 square feet of floor area over 20,000 square feet.
         (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)   Retail sales are permitted as part of the warehouse use if the sales are conducted in compliance with the following subparagraphs:
               (aa)   Up to 100 percent of the total warehouse floor area may be devoted to retail sales activities during an occasional warehouse sale. No more than six occasional warehouse sales may be conducted during any 12 month period. Each occasional warehouse sale must be limited in duration to no more than three consecutive calendar days.
               (bb)   Retail sales are permitted at all times as part of the warehouse use when the retail sales area does not exceed 10 percent of the total warehouse floor area. (Ord. Nos. 19455; 19786; 20363; 20380; 20493; 20806; 20928; 20950; 21001; 21289; 21663; 21697; 24792; 27314; 28803; 29208; 29917; 30890)