For purposes of this title, the following definitions shall apply:
ABANDONMENT: To cease or discontinue a use or activity without intent to resume, but excluding temporary or short term interruptions to a use or activity during periods of remodeling, maintaining or otherwise improving a facility, or during normal periods of vacation or seasonal closure.
ABUTTING: Having a common border with, or being separated from such a common border by a right of way, alley or easement. Having property or district lines in common.
ACCESSORY USE: A use incidental to, and on the same lot as, a principal use.
ADJOINING: Two (2) or more lots or parcels of land sharing a common boundary line, or two (2) or more structures, buildings or objects in contact with each other.
ADMINISTRATOR: An official having knowledge in the principles and practices of zoning who is appointed by the city council to administer this title, if deemed necessary in the future.
AGRICULTURE AND FOREST: The use of land for farming, dairying, pasturage, agriculture, horticulture, floriculture, viticulture, animal and poultry husbandry and the necessary accessory uses for packing, treating or storing the produce; provided, however, that:
   A. The operation of any such accessory uses shall be secondary to that of normal agricultural activities; and
   B. The above uses shall not include the feeding or sheltering of animals or poultry in penned enclosures within one hundred feet (100') of any residential zoning district. Agriculture does not include the operation or maintenance of a commercial stockyard or feedyard where large numbers of livestock are fed concentrated feeds particularly for the purpose of fattening for market.
AIRPORT: Any runway, land area or other facility designed or used either publicly or privately by any person for the landing and taking off of aircraft, including all necessary taxiways, aircraft storage and tie-down areas, hangars and other necessary buildings.
ALLEY: A public or private way permanently reserved as a secondary means of access to abutting property.
ANNEXATION: The act of attaching unincorporated land lying contiguous or adjacent to a municipal corporation.
AQUIFER: A geological unit in which porous and permeable conditions exist and thus are capable of yielding usable amounts of water.
AREA OF IMPACT: Land adjacent to the city boundaries whose future use would be negotiated with Kootenai County 1 .
AREA OF SPECIAL FLOOD HAZARD: An area designated in the flood insurance study as the natural 100-year floodplain, and the land in the floodplain within a community subject to a one percent (1%) or greater chance of flooding in any given year 2 .
AUTOMOTIVE, MOBILE HOME, TRAVEL TRAILER AND FARM IMPLEMENT SALES: The sale or rental of new and used motor vehicles, mobile homes, travel trailers or farm implements, but not including repair work except incidental warranty repair of same, to be displayed and sold on the premises.
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR: The repair, rebuilding, reconditioning of motor vehicles or parts thereof, including collision service, painting and steam cleaning of vehicles.
AUTOMOTIVE WRECKING: The dismantling of two (2) or more used motor vehicles, mobile homes, trailers or the storage, sale or dumping of dismantled, partially dismantled, obsolete or wrecked vehicles or their parts.
BAR AND/OR COCKTAIL LOUNGE: Any premises wherein alcoholic beverages are sold at retail for consumption on the premises and minors are excluded therefrom by law. It shall not mean a premises wherein such beverages are sold in conjunction with the sale of food for consumption on the premises and the sale of said beverages comprises less than twenty five percent (25%) of the gross receipts.
BASEMENT: A dwelling unit all or partly underground but having at least one-half (1/2) of its height below the average level of adjoining ground.
BED AND BREAKFAST: An owner occupied dwelling unit that contains no more than six (6) guestrooms where lodging, with or without meals, is provided for compensation and allows for adequate off street parking.
BENEFICIAL USES: The classification of surface waters by the state of Idaho according to the use for which they are presently suitable or intended to become suitable. The term is also commonly used to describe uses of land that are in the public's interest.
BUFFER AREA: A landscaped area intended to separate and partially obstruct the view of two (2) adjacent land uses or properties from one another.
BUILDING: Any structure designed or intended for the support, enclosure, shelter or protection of persons, animals, chattels or property of any kind.
BUILDING, ACCESSORY: A subordinate building detached from, but located on the same lot as the principal building, the use of which is incidental and accessory to that of the main building or use.
BUILDING HEIGHT: The vertical distance measured from the average elevation of the proposed finished grade at the front of the building to the highest point of the roof.
BUILDING, PRINCIPAL: A building in which is conducted the main or principal use of the lot on which said building is situated.
CAMPGROUND: An area or tract of land on which accommodations for temporary occupancy are located or may be placed, including tents and major recreational equipment, and which is primarily used for recreational purposes and retains an open air or natural character.
CAR WASH: A building or area that provides facilities for washing and cleaning motor vehicles, which may use production line methods with a conveyor, blower or other mechanical devices, and which may employ some hand labor.
CEMETERY: Land used or intended to be used for the burial of the human or animal dead and dedicated for cemetery purposes, including crematories, mausoleums and mortuaries if operated in connection with and within the boundaries of such cemetery for which perpetual care and maintenance is provided.
CHILDCARE FACILITY: A facility, place or home constituting a daycare center, family daycare center or group daycare facility.
CHURCH OR PLACE OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP: A nonprofit organization, as determined by the internal revenue service, which uses buildings, structures or land for the teaching or practice of religious doctrine or related social functions.
CITY COUNCIL: The Harrison city council.
CLEAR CUTTING: The indiscriminate removal of trees, shrubs or undergrowth with the intention of preparing real property for nonagricultural development purposes. This definition shall not include the selective removal of nonnative tree or shrub species when the soil is left relatively undisturbed; removal of dead trees; or normal mowing operations.
CLINIC: A building used for the care, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm or injured persons and those who are in need of medical and surgical attention; but which building does not provide board, room or regular hospital care and services.
CLUB: A building or portion thereof or premises owned or operated by an organized association of persons for a social, literary, political, educational or recreational purpose primarily for the exclusive use of members and their guests; but still not including any organization, group or association, the principal activity of which is to render a service usually and ordinarily carried on as a business.
COMMERCIAL ENTERTAINMENT FACILITIES: Any profit making activity which is generally related to the entertainment field, such as motion picture theaters, video arcades, carnivals, nightclubs, cocktail lounges and similar entertainment activities.
COMMISSION: The joint planning and zoning commission appointed by the city council 3 .
COMMUNITY CENTER: A place, structure, area, or other facility used for and providing religious, fraternal, social and/or recreational programs generally open to the public and designed to accommodate and serve significant segments of the community.
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN: A plan, or any portion thereof, adopted by the city council, including such things as the general location and extent of present and proposed physical facilities including housing, industrial and commercial uses, major transportation, parks, schools and other community facilities.
CONDITIONAL USE: A use otherwise prohibited by the terms of any zoning ordinance, which may be allowed with conditions under specific provisions of the ordinance, subject to the ability of the city and other political subdivisions, including school districts, to provide services for the proposed use, and when it is not in conflict with the comprehensive plan.
CONDOMINIUM: An estate in real property consisting of an undivided interest in common with other purchasers in a portion of a parcel of real property, together with a separate interest in a space in a residential building, such as an apartment. A condominium may include, in addition, a separate interest in other portions of such real property.
CONSERVATION AREAS: Environmentally sensitive and valuable lands protected from any activity that would significantly alter their ecological integrity, balance or character, except in cases of overriding public interest. Conservation areas include freshwater marshes, shallow grassy ponds, natural shorelines (other than natural beaches or dunes) and other areas of significant biological productivity or uniqueness.
CONVENIENCE STORE: Any retail establishment offering for sale prepackaged food products, household items and other goods commonly associated with the same,and having a gross floor area of less than five thousand (5,000) square feet.
DAYCARE CENTER: A place, home or facility providing care for more than five (5) children of preschool age.
DENSITY: A unit of measurement; the number of dwelling units per acre of land.
   Gross Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of total land to be developed, including public right of way.
   Net Density: The number of dwelling units per acre of land when the acreage involved includes only the land devoted to residential uses, excluding public right of way.
DISABLED VEHICLE: A vehicle that is inoperable or unregistered in which no attempt has been made to repair and/or use, that sits on a public right of way or front yard for a period of more than two (2) weeks.
DWELLING, MULTI-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of three (3) or more dwelling units, including townhouses and condominiums, with varying arrangements of entrances and party walls. Multi-family housing may include public housing and industrialized units.
DWELLING, ROOMING HOUSE (BOARDING HOUSE, LODGING HOUSE, DORMITORY): A dwelling or part thereof, other than a hotel, motel or restaurant, where meals and/or lodging are provided for compensation for three (3) or more unrelated persons where no cooking or dining facilities are provided in the individual rooms.
DWELLING, SINGLE-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of a single dwelling unit only, separated from other dwelling units by open space.
DWELLING, TWO-FAMILY: A dwelling consisting of two (2) dwelling units which may be either attached side by side or one above the other.
DWELLING UNIT: Space within a dwelling comprising living, dining, sleeping room or rooms, storage closets, as well as space and equipment for cooking, bathing and toilet facilities, all used by only one family and its household employees.
EASEMENT: Authorization by a property owner for the use by another, and for a specified purpose, of any designated part of his property.
FAMILY: One or more persons occupying a dwelling unit and living as a single, nonprofit housekeeping unit; provided that a group of four (4) or more persons who are not within the second degree of kinship shall not be deemed to constitute a family.
FRONTAGE: The front or frontage is that side of a lot abutting on a way or street and ordinarily regarded as the front of the lot, but shall not be considered as the ordinary side line of a corner lot.
GARAGE (PUBLIC), SERVICE STATION: Buildings and premises where gasoline, oil, grease, batteries, tires and motor vehicle accessories may be supplied and dispensed at retail.
GREENBELT: Areas of land designated to preserve vegetation, habitat, water quality, aesthetics or open space for public and private benefit.
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES: Any substances or materials that, by reason of their toxic, caustic, corrosive, abrasive or otherwise injurious properties, may be detrimental or deleterious to the health of any person handling or otherwise coming into contact with such material or substance.
HEALTH AUTHORITY: The local district health department or state department of health and welfare that has jurisdictional authority.
HOME OCCUPATION: An occupation conducted entirely within a dwelling unit 4 .
HOTEL OR MOTEL AND APARTMENT HOTEL: A building in which lodging or boarding and lodging are provided and offered to the public for compensation. As such, it is open to the public in contradistinction to a boarding house, bed and breakfast, rooming house, lodging house or dormitory which are herein separately defined.
INFRASTRUCTURE: Facilities and services needed to sustain industry, residential, commercial, and all other land use activities. Infrastructure includes, but is not limited to, roads, water systems, sewer systems, schools, police and fire protection, etc.
INSTITUTION: Building and/or land designed to aid individuals in need of mental, therapeutic, rehabilitative counseling or other correctional services.
JUNK: Any worn out, cast off or discarded article or material which is ready for destruction or has been collected or stored for salvage or conversion to some use. Any article or material which, unaltered or unchanged and without further reconditioning, can be used for its original purpose as readily as when new shall not be considered junk.
JUNK BUILDINGS, JUNK SHOPS, JUNK YARDS: Any land, property, structure, building or combination of the same, on which junk is stored or processed.
KENNEL: Any lot or premises on which four (4) or more domesticated animals more than four (4) months of age are housed, groomed, bred, boarded, trained or sold, and/or which offers provisions for minor medical treatment.
LOADING SPACE, OFF STREET 5 : Space logically and conveniently located for bulk pick ups and deliveries, scaled to delivery vehicles expected to be used, and accessible to such vehicles when required off street parking spaces are filled. Required off street loading space is not to be included as off street parking space in computation of required off street parking space. All off street loading spaces shall be located totally outside of any street or alley right of way.
LOT: A parcel of land of sufficient size to meet minimum zoning requirements for use, coverage and area, and to provide such yards and other open spaces as herein required. Such lot shall have frontage on an improved public street, or on an approved private street, and may consist of:
   A. A single lot of record;
   B. A portion of a lot of record; and
   C. A combination of complete lots of record, or of portions of lots of record.
LOT AREA: The area of horizontal plane bounded by the vertical planes through front, side and rear lot lines.
LOT COVERAGE: The ratio of enclosed ground floor area of all buildings on a lot to the horizontally projected area of the lot, expressed as a percentage.
LOT FRONTAGE: The front of a lot shall be construed to be the portion nearest the street. For the purpose of determining yard requirements on corner lots and through lots, all sides of a lot adjacent to streets shall be considered frontage and yards shall be provided as indicated under "yards" in this section.
LOT LINE: The boundary line of a lot.
LOT, MINIMUM AREA OF: The area of a lot is computed exclusive of any portion of the right of way of any public or private street.
LOT OF RECORD: A lot which is a part of a subdivision recorded in the office of the county recorder; or a lot or parcel described in metes and bounds, the description of which has been so recorded.
LOT, SUBSTANDARD: A lot or parcel of land that has less than the required minimum area or width as established by the zone in which it is located and provided that such lot or parcel was of record as a legally created lot on the effective date of this title.
LOT TYPES: Terminology used in this title with reference to corner lots, interior lots and through lots is as follows:
   Corner Lot: A lot at the intersection of two (2) or more streets;
   Interior Lot: A lot with only one frontage on a street;
   Reversed Frontage Lot: A lot on which frontage is at right angles to the general pattern in the area. A reversed frontage lot may also be a corner lot; and
   Through Lot: A lot other than a corner with frontage on more than one street. Through lots abutting two (2) streets may be referred to as double frontage lots.
MANUFACTURED HOUSING: A factory built, single-family structure that is manufactured under the authority of 42 USC 5401, the national manufactured home construction and safety standards act, is transportable in one or more sections, is built on a permanent chassis, and issued as a place of human habitation; but which is not constructed with a permanent hitch or other device allowing transport of the unit other than for the purpose of delivery to a permanent site, and which does not have wheels or axles permanently attached to its body or frame.
MANUFACTURING, EXTRACTIVE: Any mining, quarrying, excavating, processing, storing, separating, cleaning or marketing of any mineral natural resource.
MANUFACTURING, HEAVY: Manufacturing, processing, assembling, storing, testing and similar industrial uses which are generally major operations and extensive in character, require large sites, open storage and service areas, extensive services and facilities, ready access to regional transportation and normally generate some nuisances such as smoke, noise, vibration, dust, glare, air pollution and water pollution, but not beyond the district boundary.
MANUFACTURING, LIGHT: Manufacturing or other industrial uses which are usually controlled operations; relatively clean, quiet and free of objectionable or hazardous elements such as smoke, noise, odor or dust; operating and storing within enclosed structures and generating little industrial traffic and no nuisances.
MARINA: A facility for storing, servicing, fueling, berthing, securing and launching of private pleasure craft that may include the sale of fuel and incidental supplies for the boat owners, crews and guests.
MOBILE HOME: A detached single-family dwelling unit built prior to enactment of the national housing construction and safety standards act of 1974, which became effective June 15, 1976, with all of the following characteristics:
   A. Designed for a long term occupancy and containing sleeping accommodations, a flush toilet, a tub or shower bath and kitchen facilities with plumbing and electrical connections provided for attachment to outside systems;
   B. Designed to be transported after fabrication on its own wheels or on flatbed or other trailers or detachable wheels; and
   C. Arriving at the site where it is to be occupied as a complete dwelling, including major appliances and furniture and ready for occupancy except for minor and incidental unpacking and assembly operations, location on foundation supports, connection to utilities and the like.
MOBILE HOME COURT: Any site or tract of land whereupon two (2) or more mobile homes or travel trailers are placed, located and maintained for dwelling purposes on a temporary basis.
MOBILE HOME PARK: A unified development of three (3) or more mobile home spaces or stands arranged on a tract of land under private ownership. A unified development of twenty (20) or more mobile home spaces for rent or lease, arranged on a tract of land.
MOTEL: A building or group of buildings containing apartments and/or rooming units, each of which maintains a separate outside entrance. Such building or group of buildings is designed, intended or used primarily for the accommodation of automobile travelers and provides automobile parking conveniently located on the premises.
NONCONFORMING LOT: A use or activity which lawfully existed prior to the adoption, revision or amendment of this title, but which fails, by reason of such adoption, revision or amendment, to conform to the use district in which it is located.
NONCONFORMING USE: A lawful use of land that does not comply with the use regulations for its zoning district but which complied with applicable regulations at the time the use was established.
NURSERY, PLANT MATERIALS: Land, building, structure or combination thereof for the storage, cultivation, transplanting of live trees, shrubs or plants offered for retail sale on the premises including products used for gardening or landscaping.
NURSING HOME FOR THE AGED: A home or facility for the care and treatment of more than five (5) pensioners or elderly people.
OPEN SPACE: An area substantially open to the sky which may be on the same lot with a building. The area may include, along with the natural environmental features, water areas, swimming pools, tennis courts and any other recreational facilities that the commission deems permissive. Streets, parking areas, structures for habitation and the like shall not be included.
PARK: An area open to the general public and reserved for recreational, educational or scenic purposes.
PARKING SPACE, OFF STREET 1 : For the purpose of this title, an off street parking space shall consist of an area adequate for parking an automobile with room for opening doors on both sides, together with properly related access to a public street or alley and maneuvering room; but, shall be located totally outside of any street or alley right of way.
PERFORMANCE BOND OR SURETY BOND: A financial guarantee by a subdivider or developer with the city in the amount of the estimated construction cost guaranteeing the completion of physical improvements according to plans and specifications within the time prescribed by the agreement.
PERSONAL SERVICES: Any enterprise conducted for gain which primarily offers services to the general public such as shoe repair, watch repair, barber shops, beauty parlors and similar activities.
PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT: An area of land in which a variety of residential, commercial and industrial uses developed under single ownership or control are accommodated in a preplanned environment with more flexible standards, such as lot sizes and setbacks, than those that would normally apply under these regulations.
PRINCIPAL USE: The main use of land or structures, as distinguished from a secondary or accessory use.
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: The use of offices and related spaces for such professional services as are provided by medical practitioners, lawyers, architects, engineers and similar professions.
PUBLIC SERVICE FACILITY: The erection, construction, alteration, operation or maintenance of buildings, power plants or substations, water treatment plants or pumping stations, sewage disposal or pumping plants and other similar public service structures by a public utility, by a railroad, whether publicly or privately owned, or by a municipal or other governmental agency, including the furnishing of electrical, gas, rail transport, communication, public water and sewage services.
PUBLIC USES: Public parks, schools, administrative and cultural buildings and structures, not including public land or buildings devoted solely to the storage and maintenance of equipment and materials and public service facilities.
QUASI-PUBLIC USE: Churches, Sunday schools, parochial schools, colleges, hospitals and other facilities of an educational, religious, charitable, philanthropic or nonprofit nature.
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARK: A unified development under one ownership designed primarily for transient service, on which recreational vehicles, pickup coaches, self-propelled motorized vehicles, tent trailers or travel trailers are parked or situated and used for the purpose of supplying to the public a parking space for such vehicles, meeting all of the requirements of the this code.
RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: Research, development and testing related to such fields as chemical, pharmaceutical, medical, electrical, transportation and engineering.
RESORT: A hotel or motel that serves as a destination point for visitors. A resort generally provides recreational facilities for persons on vacation. A resort shall be self- contained and provide personal services customarily furnished at hotels, including the serving of meals.
ROADSIDE STAND: A temporary structure designed or used for the display or sale of agricultural and related products and handicrafts.
RIGHT OF WAY: A strip of land taken or dedicated for use as a public way. In addition to the roadway, it normally incorporates the curbs, lawnstrips, sidewalks, lighting and drainage facilities, and may include special features (required by the topography or treatment) such as grade separation, landscaped areas, viaducts and bridges.
SCENIC CORRIDOR: Those roadways that have a view of unusual natural significance in the city.
SCENIC EASEMENT: An easement, the purpose of which is to limit development in order to preserve a view or scenic area.
SEAT: For purposes of determining the number of off street parking spaces for certain uses, the number of seats is the number of seating units installed or indicated or each twenty four (24) lineal inches of benches, pews or space for loose chairs.
SETBACK LINE: A line established by this title, generally parallel with and measured from the lot line, defining the limits of a yard in which no building or structure may be located above ground except as may be provided in this title.
SIDEWALK: That portion of the road right of way outside the roadway which is improved for the use of pedestrian traffic.
SIGN: Any device designed to inform or attract the attention of persons not on the premises on which the sign is located.
   Illuminated: Any sign illuminated by electricity, gas or other artificial lighting including reflecting or phosphorescent light.
   Lighting Device: Any light, string of lights or group of lights located or arranged so as to cast illumination on a sign.
   Off Premises: Any sign unrelated to a business or profession conducted, or a commodity or service sold or offered upon the premises where such sign is located.
   On Premises: Any sign related to a business or profession conducted, or a commodity or service sold or offered, upon the premises where such sign is located.
   Projecting: Any sign which projects from the exterior of a building.
SPECIAL USE 1 : A special use permitted within a district, other than a principally permitted use, requiring a permit and approval of the commission. Special uses permitted in each district are listed in the official schedule of district regulations.
STORY: That part of a building between the surface of a floor and the ceiling immediately above it.
STREET: A right of way which provides vehicular and pedestrian access to adjacent properties, the dedication of which has been officially accepted. The term "street" also includes the terms highway, thoroughfare, parkway, road, avenue, boulevard, lane, place and other such terms.
   Alley: A minor street providing secondary access at the back or side of a property otherwise abutting a street.
   Arterial: A street designated on the comprehensive plan for the purpose of carrying fast and/or heavy traffic.
   Collector: A street designated on the comprehensive plan for the purpose of carrying traffic from minor streets to other collector streets and/or arterial streets.
   Minor: A street which has the primary purpose of providing access to abutting properties.
   Private: A street that is not accepted for public use or maintenance which provides vehicular and pedestrian access.
STRUCTURE: Anything constructed or erected, the use of which requires location on the ground or attachment to something having a fixed location on the ground. Among other things, structures include buildings, mobile homes, walls, fences and billboards.
SUBDIVISION 8 : A tract of land divided into building lots.
SUPPLY YARDS: A commercial establishment storing and offering for sale building supplies, steel supplies, coal, heavy equipment, feed and grain and similar goods.
USE: The specific purposes for which land or a building is designated, arranged, intended or for which it is or may be occupied or maintained.
VARIANCE 9 : A variance is a modification of the requirements of this title as to lot size, lot coverage, width, depth, front yard, side yard, rear yard, setbacks, parking space, height of buildings or other provisions affecting the size or shape of a structure or the size of lots. A variance shall not be considered a right or special privilege, but may be granted to an applicant only upon a showing of undue hardship because of the characteristics of the site and that the variance is not in conflict with the public interest.
VETERINARY ANIMAL HOSPITAL OR CLINIC: A place used for the care, grooming, diagnosis and treatment of sick, ailing, infirm or injured animals, and those who are in need of medical or surgical attention and may include overnight accommodations on the premises for the treatment, observation and/or recuperation. It may also include boarding that is incidental to the primary activity.
VICINITY MAP: A drawing which sets forth by dimensions or other means the relationship of the proposed development to other nearby developments or landmarks and community facilities and services within the general area in order to better locate and orient the area in question.
VISUAL ACCESS: A term used to describe the opportunity to view a beautiful object or natural scene.
WALKWAY: A public way, four feet (4') or more in width, for pedestrian use only, whether or not along the side of a road.
WETLANDS: Those areas that are inundated or saturated by surface or ground water at a frequency and duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typically adapted for life in saturated soil conditions. Wetlands generally include swamps, marshes, bogs and similar areas.
YARD: A required open space, other than a court, unoccupied and unobstructed by any structure or portion of a structure from three feet (3') above the general ground level of the graded lot upward; provided, accessories, ornaments and furniture may be permitted in any yard, subject to height limitations and requirements limiting obstruction of visibility.
   Front: A yard extending between side lot lines across the front of a lot and from the front lot line to the front of the principal building.
   Interior Side: A yard extending from the principal building to the side lot line on both sides of the principal building between the lines establishing the front and rear yards.
   Rear: A yard extending between the side lot lines across the rear of a lot and from the rear lot line to the rear of the principal building.
   Street Side: A yard extending from the principal building to the secondary street that adjoins the lot between the lines establishing the front and rear yards.
ZONE: A portion of the territory of the city, exclusive of streets, alleys and other public ways, within which certain uses of land, premises and buildings are not permitted and within which certain yards and open spaces are required and certain height limits are established for buildings.
ZONING DISTRICT MAP: The official certified map upon which the boundaries of the various zoning districts are drawn and which is an integral part of the zoning regulations of the city.
ZONING DISTRICTS: A classification within which the regulations specified are uniform and which is assigned to a particular area of the city by delineation upon the zoning district map.
ZONING PERMIT: A document issued by the commission authorizing the uses of land and structures, and the characteristics of the uses. (Ord. 341, 9-10-1996; amd. Ord. 461, 5-5-2015)



1. See section 1-8-2 of this code.
2. See Chapter 8 of this title for the FP floodplain overlay district, and title 8, chapter 3 for flood control
1. See section 9-13-3 of this title.
1. See section 9-4-5 of this title for required performance standards.
2. See Chapter 5 of this title.
1. See Chapter 5 of this title.
1. See Chapter 9 of this title.
1. See title 10 of this code.
2. See Chapter 10 of this title.