17.22.050: TOWER SETBACKS:
A.   Towers shall meet the setbacks of the underlying zoning district with the exception of industrial zoning districts, where towers may encroach into the rear setback area, provided that the rear property line abuts another industrially zoned property and the tower does not encroach upon any easements.
B.   If the tower does not exceed the height limitations of the zone in which it is located, the tower shall meet the setback requirement of the zone of this section. If the tower exceeds the height limit of the zone in which it is located, the tower shall be set back one foot (1') for every ten feet (10') in total tower height. In either case, the tower shall be constructed to the Telecommunications Industry Association/Electronic Industries Association (TIA/EIA) 222 revision F standard entitled "Structural Standards For Steel Antenna Supporting Structures" or as hereinafter may be amended. Otherwise, the tower shall be located a minimum of one foot (1') for each foot of height from all property lines (the fall zone). No storage or structures other than the accessory utility buildings, are permitted in the fall zone, except as may be specifically permitted by the commission through a special use process.
C.   Towers shall be set back from all existing public right of way lines (or planned right of way lines if additional height is to be acquired in the future) by a minimum distance equal to twice the height of the tower including all antennas and attachments. If this requirement conflicts with other setback requirements of this code the setback with the greater distance shall prevail, except as may be allowed in subsection E of this section.
D.   Towers shall not be located between a principal structure and a public street.
E.   A tower's setback may be reduced or its location in relation to a public street varied, at the sole discretion of the commission, to allow the integration of a tower into an existing or proposed structure such as a church steeple, light standard, power line support device, or similar structure. (Ord. 1070, 2010)