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Small. An indoor facility of 2,000 square feet or less in size where passive or active exercises and related activities are performed using minimal muscle-building equipment or apparatus for the purpose of physical fitness, improved circulation or flexibility, and/or weight control. Examples of uses include Pilates, personal training, and yoga and studios.
Large. A full-service fitness center, gymnasium, or health and athletic club which is over 2,000 square feet in size and may include any of the following: sauna, spa or hot tub facilities; weight rooms; indoor tennis, handball, or racquetball courts; aerobic classes and other indoor sports activities; locker rooms and showers. Height. See Section 10.24.040 (Height Measurement and Exceptions).
Home Occupation. The conduct of a business within a dwelling unit or residential site, with the business activity being incidental and clearly accessory to the principal residential use of the property. See Section 10.50.110 (Home Occupations).
Hospitals. A facility providing medical, surgical, psychiatric, or emergency medical services to sick or injured persons, primarily on an inpatient basis. This use includes incidental facilities for outpatient treatment, as well as training, research, and administrative services for patients and employees.
Hotel or Motel. A commercial establishment offering overnight visitor accommodations, but not providing room rentals on an hourly basis. A hotel or motel may include, as permitted, ancillary facilities such as common meeting rooms, dining facilities, and guest amenities. (Ord. 935 § 3 (part), 2015)