10.132.040   “C” Definitions.
   Canopy or Canopy Structure. A sheet of flexible material, fabric or membrane such as nylon, plastic, or other similar material that is supported by or attached to a frame having a location on the ground and made of fiberglass, metal, wood, or plastic or any other similar material, and generally used for the shielding or protection of vehicles or other equipment stored outside. Canopy structures include but are not limited to prefabricated canopies ready-made for simple assembly and canopies which are built, constructed, or composed of parts joined together in some definite manner. This definition excludes awnings attached to structures.
   Caretaker Residence. A dwelling unit on the site of a commercial, industrial, public or semi-public, or public assembly use occupied by a guard or caretaker and which is limited a single housekeeping unit.
   Carpool. A vehicle carrying two to six persons commuting together to and from work on a regular basis. See also “Buspool” and “Vanpool.”
   Catering Services. The business of providing food service at a remote site. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). See “Environmental.”
   City. The City of La Puente, State of California. City Facilities. See “Government Facilities.”
   City Council. See “Council.”
   City Manager. The City Manager for the City of La Puente, or designee.
   City-owned property. Any property in which the City of La Puente is the owner of the majority of the fee title interest, and any property in which the City has a leasehold, easement, license, or other possessory interest.
   Commercial Recreation and Entertainment. Establishments providing participant or spectator recreation or entertainment, either indoors or outdoors, for a fee, admission charge, or other remuneration. Illustrative examples of these uses include, but are not limited to:
      Arcades or electronic games centers having 10 or more coin-operated game machines;
      Amusement parks;
      Bowling alleys;
      Billiard parlors;
      Golf courses;
      Hookah lounge (See “Bars, Lounges, and Nightclubs”);
      Ice/roller skating rinks;
      Miniature golf course;
      Pool rooms;
      Scale-model courses;
      Sports stadiums and arenas;
      Tennis/racquetball courts;
      See also Chapter 5.24 (Entertainment) and Eating and Drinking Establishments.
   Community Care Facilities.
      Community Treatment Facility. Any residential facility that provides mental health treatment services to more than six children or adults in a group setting and that has the capacity to provide secure containment, with program components limited to those program standards developed and enforced by the State Department of Mental Health pursuant to Section 4094 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
      Foster Family Home. Any residential facility licensed or operating pursuant to the California Health and Safety Code Section 1502 et seq. that provides 24-hour care for six or fewer foster children that is owned, leased, or rented and is the residence of the foster parent or parents, including their family, in whose care the foster children have been placed. The placement may be by a public or private child placement agency or by a court order, or by voluntary placement by a parent, parents, or guardian.
      Residential Care Facility for the Elderly. Any State-licensed facility that provides care, supervision, and assistance with activities of daily living, such as bathing and grooming, to persons 60 years of age and over and persons under 60 with compatible needs. Such facilities may also provide incidental medical services under special care plans. Also may be referred to as assisted living facilities, retirement homes, and convalescent homes.
      Social Rehabilitation Facility. Any residential facility that provides social rehabilitation services for no longer than 18 months in a group setting to adults recovering from mental illness who temporarily need assistance, guidance, or counseling, with program components limited to those program standards pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 5670) of Chapter 2.5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
   Communication Facilities. Commercial and public communications facilities including radio and television broadcasting and receiving stations and studios, with facilities contained entirely within structures. Does not include transmission and receiving apparatus, including antennas and towers (see “Wireless Telecommunications Facilities”).
   Contractor’s Storage Yard. A facility for the storage and maintenance of contractor’s supplies and operational equipment.
   Council. The City of La Puente City Council, referred to in this Zoning Code as the “Council.”
   Crematorium. A mortuary building or facility that holds the equipment necessary for cremation.
   Cultural Institutions. Any facility such as a museum or library that displays or preserves objects of community or cultural interest relating to one or more of the arts or sciences. This use includes libraries, museums, and art galleries.
   Cyber or Internet Café. A commercial business or private club which provides internet access to the public or its members generally for a fee, and which may also provide food and drinks. (Ord. 935 § 3 (part), 2015)