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Parking Space. An unobstructed space or area other than a street or alley that is permanently reserved, maintained, and accessible for the parking of one motor vehicle.
Parks and Recreation Facilities. Public parks, play lots, playgrounds, and athletic fields for noncommercial neighborhood or community use, including sports courts. May include passive outdoor recreation areas that also may be located in conservation areas. Does not include the same facilities that are privately-owned or commercial facilities (“Commercial Recreation and Entertainment” or “Parks and Recreation Facilities - Private”).
Parks and Recreation Facilities.
Passageway. A pathway that is unobstructed clear to the sky and extends from a street to one entrance of the accessory dwelling unit.
Private. Facilities for various outdoor participant sports and types of recreation where a fee is charged for use, including but not limited to golf driving ranges independent from golf courses, go-cart and miniature auto race tracks, health and athletic clubs with predominately outdoor facilities, tennis courts, and swim and tennis clubs.
Public. Public parks, play lots, playgrounds, and athletic fields for non-commercial neighborhood or community use, including sports courts. May include passive outdoor recreation areas that also may be located in conservation areas. Does not include the same facilities that are privately-owned or commercial facilities (“Commercial Recreation and Entertainment” or “Parks and Recreation Facilities - Private”).
Patio. A paved outdoor area that is used for lounging, dining, etc.
Patio Cover. A solid or open roof structure and covering a patio, platform, or deck area, and that is either detached from or attached to another structure.
Pawn Shop. A commercial establishment that sells secondhand personal property and in which the operator provides loans secured by such personal property.
Permanent cosmetics. the application of pigments to or under the skin of a human being for the purpose of permanently changing the color of appearance of the skin. This includes, but is not limited to, permanent eyeliner, eye shadow, or lip color.
Personal Services, General. Establishments that provide general services of a personal nature. Examples of these uses include:
Barber and beauty shops;
Clothing rental shops;
Dry cleaning drop-off/pick-up stores with limited on-site cleaning equipment;
Laundromats (self-service laundries);
Shoe repair shops;
Tailors and seamstresses;
Personal Services, Restricted. Establishments that provide specialized services of a personal nature, generally involving direct physical contact between the patron and service provider. Examples of these uses include:
Acupuncture and acupressure services;
Body piercing establishments;
Specifically excluded from these two definitions are any bona fide medical and dental offices, including chiropractic and podiatric offices. (Ord. 956 § 6, 2018)
Personal Storage (Mini Storage). A structure or collection of structures containing separate storage space that is designed to be leased or rented individually in an enclosed building. This use does not include outdoor storage or recreational vehicles, boats, personal watercraft, motorcycles, or trailers.
Planning Commissioner. The City of La Puente Planning Commission, referred to in this Zoning Code as the “Commission.”
Planning Division. The Planning Division of the City of La Puente.
Planning Director. The Planning Director of the City of La Puente, referred to in this Zoning Code as the “Director.”
Plant Nursery. A place where plants are propagated and grown to usable size. They include retail nurseries which sell to the general public, wholesale nurseries which sell only to businesses such as other nurseries and to commercial gardeners, and private nurseries which supply the needs of institutions or private estates.
Parks and Playground. See “Parks and Recreation Facilities”.
Police Station. A building which serves to accommodate police officers and other members of staff. These buildings often contain offices and accommodation for personnel and vehicles, along with locker rooms, temporary holding cells, and interview/interrogation rooms. See also “Government Facilities”.
Postal Services. Establishments that provide commercial postal services directly to the customer, including letter and parcel mailing, post office box rental, and related services.
Preferential Parking. Parking spaces designated or assigned, through use of a sign or painted space markings for carpool and vanpool vehicles carrying commute passengers on a regular basis that are provided in a location more convenient to a place of employment than parking spaces provided for single occupant vehicles.
Printing and Duplicating Services. An establishment providing printing, blueprinting, photocopying, engraving, binding, or related services.
Property Owner. The legal owner of a development who serves as the lessor to a tenant. The property owner shall be responsible for complying with the provisions of the ordinance either directly or by delegating such responsibility as appropriate to a tenant and/or his agent.
Public Assembly. See “Assembly, Private or Public.”
Public Utility Facility. A facility or support facility for the essential distribution, transmission, storage, supply and treatment of public services, such as electric, gas, telephone, water, and sewer.
Public Transmission Utility Facility and Support Facilities. See “Public Utility Facility.”
(Ord. 18-951 § 6, 2018; Ord. 935 § 3 (part), 2015)