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(A) Purpose. The I-1 Industrial District is primarily established to accommodate light industry and manufacturing facilities appropriate to the city. The intent is to encourage grouping of related industrial and manufacturing uses to prevent intrusion on other uses and to maintain an orderly, functional, appealing and efficient land use system.
(B) Permitted uses.
(1) All conditional uses listed in § 154.31(C) of the C-2 District;
(2) Any industrial or manufacturing operation provided that:
(a) Dust, fumes, odors, smoke, vapor, noise, lights, and vibration shall be confined within the I-1 District, and;
(b) Outdoor storage, equipment, and refuse areas shall be concealed from view abutting rights-of-way by materials prescribed by the City Council.
(3) Any production, processing, and treatment of products such as battery and tire services, concrete and asphalt products dairy processing, bottling works, ice and cold storage plants, machine and sheet metal shops, provided that all operations be conducted entirely in enclosed buildings;
(4) Construction shops;
(5) Public utility buildings including water and wastewater facilities and accessories;
(6) Radio and TV stations and studios; and
(7) Storage, warehousing, and wholesaling establishments.
(C) Conditional uses. (Shall not be located nearer than 500 feet from any residential area.)
(1) Sand and gravel operations subject to the development of appropriate environmental requirements/standards; and
(2) Any production, processing and sale of agricultural products produced in the region and related uses such as agricultural chemicals and fuels.
(D) Lot requirements.
(1) Lot area: The minimum lot area shall be one acre.
(2) Lot width: The minimum lot width shall be 200 feet.
(3) Lot coverage: The principal and accessory uses, excluding parking, shall not cover more than 50% of the lot.
(E) Yard requirements.
(1) Front yard: 50 feet except where adjacent structures have front yard setbacks different from those required, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the adjacent structures. If there is only one adjacent structure, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the above required setback and that of the adjacent structure.
(2) Rear yard: 50 feet.
(3) Side yard: 10% of the lot width, except for corner lots, see division (E)(4) below.
(4) Corner lots: If no previous designation has been made, prior to any new construction upon any corner lot the owner shall designate and deliver to the city in writing the front, rear, and side lot lines of the lot, which designation shall govern for all purposes in the future.
(a) Front yard: 50 feet, except where adjacent structures have front yard setbacks different from those required, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the adjacent structures. If there is only one adjacent structure, the front yard minimum setback shall be the average of the above required setback and that of the adjacent structure.
(b) Rear yard: 50 feet.
(c) Side yard: 10% of the lot width from the side lot line not abutting upon a street or public right-of-way, 20% of the lot width from the side lot line abutting upon a street or public right-of-way.
(5) No building or structure shall be located less than 100 feet from the boundary of a residential zone.
(F) Building requirements.
(1) Building height: Shall not exceed 45 feet except for television and radio towers.
(2) Foundation: All buildings shall be placed on a permanent foundation, except for accessory buildings with a footprint of less than 120 square feet.
(G) Parking requirements. There shall be one off-street parking space for every two employees and additional spaces shall be provided to accommodate trucks and other related motor vehicles. For non-industrial uses, the provisions of § 154.46 shall apply.
(H) Sign requirements. The provisions of § 154.47 shall apply.
(Ord. 19-1, passed 8-10-1998; Ord. 19-15, passed 5-12-2003; Ord. 19-16, passed 2-13-2006) Penalty, see § 154.99