§ 17.3.520  USE REGULATIONS.
   Refer to Article 12 for information on the characteristics of uses included in each of the Categories.
   A.    . Uses allowed in the Industrial zones are listed in Table 3-14 with a “P”. These uses are allowed if they comply with the standards and other regulations of this Code.
   B.   Limited uses. Uses that are allowed subject to specific limitations are listed in Table 3-14 with an “L”. These uses are allowed if they comply with the limitations listed in the footnotes to the table and the standards and other regulations of this Code.
   C.    . Uses that are allowed if approved through the process are listed in Table 3-14 with a “C”. These uses are allowed provided they comply with the approval criteria, the standards, and other regulations of this Code. § 17.2.200 contains the process and approval criteria.
   D.   Prohibited uses. Uses listed in Table 3-14 with an “N” are prohibited. Existing uses may be subject to the regulations of §§ 17.7.100 et. seq..
   E.    . Uses that are accessory to a primary are allowed if they comply with specific regulations for and all standards.
 
Table 3-14: Industrial Zones Table
CATEGORY
LI
GI
BIP
RESIDENTIAL
Household Living
L[1]
L[1]
N
Group Living
N
N
N
Transitional Housing
N
N
N
N
N
N
Bed and Breakfast
N
N
N
CIVIC/INSTITUTIONAL
Basic Utilities
P
P
P
Major Utility Transmission Facilities
C
C
C
Colleges
N
N
N
Community Recreation
N
N
C
Cultural Institutions
N
N
C
Day Care
L[2]
L[2]
L[2]
Emergency Services
C
C
C
Postal Services
C
N
C
Religious Institutions
N
N
N
L[3]
L[3]
L[3]
Social/Fraternal Clubs/Lodges
N
N
N
COMMERCIAL
Commercial Lodging
N
N
N
Eating & Drinking Establishments
L[4]
L[4]
L[4]
Entertainment-Oriented:
- Major Event Entertainment
N
N
N
- Outdoor Entertainment
N
N
N
- Indoor Entertainment
N
N
C
General Retail:
- Sales-Oriented
N
L[4]
L[4]
- Personal Services
N
N
L[10]
- Repair-Oriented
N
N
P
- Bulk Sales
N
N
N
- Outdoor Sales
N
N
N
- Animal-Related
N
N
N
Medical Centers
N
N
C
Motor Vehicle Related:
- Motor Vehicles Sale/Rental
N
N
N
- Motor Vehicle Servicing/Repair
N
N
N
- Motor Vehicle Fuel Sales
N
N
N
Non-Accessory Parking
N
N
N
Office
L[5]
L[5]
L[11]
INDUSTRIAL
Industrial Services
L[6]
P
L[6]
Manufacturing and Production:
- Light Industrial
P[7,8]
P[7,8]
L[7,8]
- General Industrial
N
P
L[7,8]
- Medical and Recreational
N
C
N
Call Centers
P
P
P
Railroad
N
P
N
Research and Development
P
P
P
Warehouse/Freight Movement
P/C(X)
P/C(X)
P/C(X)
Waste-Related
C
C
C
Wholesale Sales
P[8]/C(Y)
P[8]/C(Y)
C
OTHER
Agriculture/Horticulture
P[8]
P[8]
P
- Medical and (Outdoor)
N
N
N
- Medical and (Indoor)
C
C
N
Cemeteries
N
N
N
Detention Facilities
C
P
C
Mining
N
C
N
Wireless Communication Facilities
L[9]
L[9]
L[9]
Information
P
P
P
P = Permitted    L = Limited    C =    N = Not Permitted
X = including warehousing requires a permit
Y = Wholesale activities for marijuana requires a permit in the LI and GI zone
Footnotes:
[1]  One is permitted for a watchman employed on the premises.
[2]  On-site day care for is permitted in the LI and GI zones. permit approval is required for a day care facility that is intended to serve more than on-site .
[3]  Educational uses for high or college level programs governed by O.R.S. Chapter 335 comprising no more than 20% of the floor space of a owned by a governmental agency shall be permitted provided that the following are met: (1) the is separated from all industrial activities located on the ; (2) the is located totally within a ; and (3) hours of operation are limited from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
[4]  Supportive retail or commercial , such as convenience store, coffee shop, deli or business service, up to 3,000 square feet per , permitted if the finds that it primarily serves the needs of the people working or living in the industrial area (drive-through prohibited). Employee cafeterias are permitted as an .
[5]  In the LI zone, up to 50% and in the GI zone, up to 20% of the total of the may consist of executive and administrative offices if the , in its entirety, is traded sector or other industrial . Stand-alone offices in association with uses allowed in the LI but are at other locations are allowed in that district. Multiple tenant office are prohibited.
[6]  Industrial services in the LI and BIP zones must take place within an enclosed .
[7]  All processing and manufacturing must take place within a or enclosed . of raw materials, finished products and vehicles is prohibited.
[8]  Industrial users may have up to 5,000 square feet but no more than 40% of the total of the operation devoted to selling the product the company manufactures.
[9]  Wireless communication facilities are regulated by the standards in Article 7.
[10]  Personal services limited to 3,000 square feet in conjunction with larger uses.
[11]  Limited to corporate offices where the majority of traffic generated comes from and not the general public.
 
(Ord. 2009-01, passed 3-9-2009; Ord. 2013-3, passed 5-22-2013; Ord. 2019-05, passed 6-24-2019)