SECTION 10.4 INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS
   A.   DISTRICT DEFINED:
      1.   INDUSTRIAL ONE ZONE  - the purpose of the I 1 Zone is to encourage the establishment of manufacturing and wholesale businesses, which are clean, quiet and free of hazardous or objectionable elements. Operation of these establishments should take place entirely within an enclosed structure and should generate little industrial traffic. No storage of raw materials, manufactured products, or any other materials is permitted in the non screened open space around the building. This zone is usually located adjacent to residential areas and may serve as a buffer between heavier industrial districts and business or residential districts.
      2.   INDUSTRIAL TWO ZONE - the purpose of the I 2 Zone is to encourage the establishment of heavy industry including manufacturing, production and packaging operations as well as associated storage of raw materials and finished products. This zone will generate heavy industrial traffic and should be separated from residential or business districts by means of a buffer area such as the I 1 Zone. 
   B.   PERMITTED USES:
      The permitted uses for each zone are shown in the following Table. Uses listed for the two industrial zones shall be according to the common meaning of the term or according to definitions given in this Ordinance. Uses not specifically listed or defined herein shall not be permitted.
 
TABLE 8
PERMITTED USES: INDUSTRIAL ZONES
(P signifies Permitted; X signifies not permitted)
I 1
I 2
PERMITTED USES:
P
P
1.   ANY INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING, PROCESSING, REFINING, FABRICATIONS, ASSEMBLING, WHOLESALING, WAREHOUSING, CLEANING, TESTING OR REPAIRING OF GOODS, MATERIALS OR PRODUCTS including the following (but excluding (1) storage, utilization or manufacture of materials intended for detonation; and, retail sales or services, business offices or discount establishments dealing directly with consumers):
X
P
   a.   Acetylene, Butane and Bottled gas; Petroleum Refining and Products including Plastics; and Related Bulk Storage Stations.
X
P
   b.   Asphalt, Brick, Cement, Concrete, Gypsum, Plaster of Paris, Sand and Gravel, Stone (including monument works employing power driven tools) Tile or Terra Cotta.
P
P
   c.   Candy and Confectionery Products; Cigars and Cigarettes; Flour Mills, Food and Beverage Products including the rendering or refining of Fats and Oils; Vinegar and Yeast.
X
P
   d.   Chemical, Paint and Fertilizer Products including Ammonia, Bleach, Bluing, Calcimine, Chlorine, Corrosive Acid or Alkali, Dyes, Lacquer, Lime, Shellac, Turpentine, and Varnish.
P
P
   e.   Cosmetic, Pharmaceuticals, and Toiletries.
P
P
   f.   Electric Appliances, Electrical and Non-Electrical Machinery, Equipment and Supplies; Fountain and Beverage Dispensing Equipment; Television Sets, Phonographs, and Household Appliances.
P
P
   g.   Furniture and Office Equipment
P
P
   h.   Musical Instruments, Toys, Novelties, Jewelry, Rubber or Metal Stamps; Instruments of Professional, Scientific, Photographic and Optical Use.
X
P
   i.   Iron, Steel, Aluminum Foundry of Forge Works and Heavyweight Casting, Rolling Mills.
X
P
   j.   Lumber mills and Storage Yards, Paper, paperboard and Pulp Mills.
X
P
   k.   Metal, Metal Finishing and Metal Products including the use of Blast Furnaces and Forges
X
P
   l.   Products from the following previously processed materials: Paper, Glass, Cellophane, Leather, Feathers, Fur, Precious or Semiprecious Metals, Hair, Horn, Shell, Tin Steel, Wood, Plastics Rubber, Bone, Cork, Felt, Fibers, Yarn, Wool, Tobacco.
X
P
   m.   Animated and/or illuminated Billboards and Other Commercial Advertising Structures.
X
X
2.   Mining.
X
P
3.   Laundries and dry cleaning Plants involving Laundering and Dry Cleaning of Articles delivered to the premises by Commercial Vehicles including Clothes, Carpets and Rugs.
P
P
4.   Bottling and Canning Works including Brewing and Distilling of Liquors.
X
P
5.   Building Materials Yards, Contractors Offices and Accessory Storage Yards including storage of General Construction Equipment and Vehicles.
X
P
6.   Bus Line Shops and Storage, Carting, Express, Hauling or Storage Yards, Freight Terminals, Trucking Terminals
X
P
7.   Forge Plants, Foundries, and Plating Plants.
P
P
8.   Governmentally owned and/or operated City, County or State garages.
P
P
9.   Industrial Engineering Consultant Offices and Laboratories, Offices and Other Facilities for Research, both Basic and Applied, conducted by or for an Industrial Organization or Concern, whether Public or Private.
P
P
10.   Publishing and distribution of books, newspapers and other Printed Materials Including Printing, Engraving, and related Reproduction processes.
X
P
11.   Processing of junk, waste, discarded or salvaged Materials, machinery or equipment, Including Automobiles wrecking or dismantling.
X
P
12.   Railroad facilities including passengers and freight terminals, marshaling yards, maintenance shops and roundhouse.
P
P
13.   Schools for industrial or business training.
X
P
14.   Coal, Coke, or Wood Yards.
C
P
15.   Recycling, Light, only within an existing non-residential structure.
I 1
I 2
PERMITTED USES:
P
P
16.   Reprocessing, refurbishing and repair of automotive and truck parts and accessories, including the retreading of tires in a completely enclosed facility. Retail sales of new and/or refurbished Automotive and truck parts, accessories and tires is permitted as an accessory use as is the related servicing of vehicles on site in the enclosed facility.
X
P
17.   Adult Entertainment.
P
X
18.   Commercial Event Center.
 
   C.   ACCESSORY USES:
      1.   The following accessory uses are permitted in all industrial zones:
         a.   Customary accessory buildings and uses including operations required to maintain or support any use permitted in this district on the same lot as the permitted use, such as maintenance shops, power plants, and machine shops.
         b.   Fences and walls as regulated by Article XII of this Ordinance.
         c.   Signs as regulated by Article XV of this Ordinance.
         d.   Uses as listed below, included within and entered from within any use permitted in this zone as a convenience to the occupants thereof, and their customers, providing such accessory uses shall not exceed ten percent (10%) of the gross floor area of the permitted uses in the building and no exterior advertising displays for any accessory uses shall be visible from outside the building:
            (1)   Cafeterias
            (2)   Coffee shops or refreshment stands
            (3)   Soda or dairy bars.
   D.   AREA AND HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Industrial Zones shall be subject to the area and height requirements as shown in the following table:
 
TABLE 9
AREA AND HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS: INDUSTRIAL ZONES
Min. Lot Area
Min. Lot Width
Min. Front Yard Depth
Min. Side Yard Depth
Min. Rear Yard Depth
Max Bldg. Height
SQF
LF
LF
LF
LF
LF
DISTRICTS:
I-1
17,000
125
25
15
20
35
I-2
17,000
125
25
15
20
40
 
   E.   OTHER DEVELOPMENT CONTROLS:
      1.   All Industrial Zones shall be governed by the following additional development controls:
         a.   Off street parking and loading shall be provided in accordance with Articles XIII and XIV of this Ordinance.
         b.   No lighting shall be permitted which would glare from this zone onto any street, road, highway, deeded right of way or into any adjacent property.
         c.   Where any yard of any permitted use in industrial zones abuts property in a residential zone, a minimum yard requirement of seventy five (75) feet for each side and/or rear yard, which abuts, said zone shall be provided, and screened in accordance with the requirements of Section 9.16.
         d.   A development plan, as regulated by Section 9.19 of this Ordinance, shall be required for any use permitted in this zone, except when development is proposed under the Planned Unit Development (PUD) regulations as regulated by Section 9.23 of this Ordinance.
         e.   Any adult entertainment establishment must be screened by shrubs and wrought iron fencing.  Adjoining any I-1 zone shall require a 10-foot buffer and screen.
         f.    Any adult entertainment establishment shall be limited to one building mounted sign (interior Illuminated) at a 1:1 square foot ratio to building frontage.  This sign is to not exceed the roofline of the building.
         g.   Any light recycling use must meet the following performance criteria:
            (1)   All operation and storage must be completely enclosed inside a primary building.
            (2)   No on-street parking or staging areas permitted.
            (3)   Any light recycling use may not be permitted directly adjacent to a residential use.
            (4)   Any parking or staging areas  must be screened from view along any abutting arterial or collector roadways. Screening shall meet the requirements of Section 9.16 (C)(1) and (D)(1) through (5).
(Am. Ord. O-2019-023, passed 9-23-2019; Am. Ord. O-2020-006, passed 3-10-2020)