SEC. 16-162.  NON-INDUSTRIAL USES.
   The city council has determined that certain non-industrial uses may be permitted in industrial zones in order to achieve land use compatibility objectives. Those uses include adult uses and churches and religious facilities. Consistent with the guidance provided in section 16-163, industrial land use matrix, the following provisions and restrictions apply.
   (A)   Adult uses. Adult uses are further governed by Article V, Division 1 of this code.
   (B)   Churches and religious institutions. To ensure the integrity and economic viability of the industrial zoning districts and promote compatibility with assembly type uses such as churches, mosques, synagogues, and other religious facilities, the following additional restrictions apply to industrial zoned properties.
      (1)   All religious facilities in industrial zones are subject to a special use permit to permit the evaluation of land use compatibility and potential negative impacts on nearby industrial uses and hazard exposure to facility users.
      (2)   Religious facilities may be permitted in multi-tenant buildings in the C-M, BRP, and ML zones, subject to a special use permit.
      (3)   Schools which provide standard K-12 educational instruction are not permitted in any industrial zone. Religious instruction such as Sunday schools, bible study, and similar classes may be permitted subject to a special use permit.
      (4)   Religious institutions in the M-1 and M-2 must be located in freestanding buildings.
   (C)   Senate Bill (SB) 2 uses. For the purposes of this section, certain terms and words are defined as follows:
      (1)   EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR FAMILIES - A permanent facility consisting of a building or group of buildings with overnight sleeping accommodations providing temporary housing for six months or less to homeless families with children under the age of 18, or 21 if they are full-time students or disabled, pursuant to standards set forth in Article V, Division 18. Such accommodations shall include basic supportive services such as meals, restroom, bathing, and laundry facilities. No family shall be denied emergency shelter because of an inability to pay. For purposes of this definition, DISABLED means persons with special needs, including mental disabilities, developmental disabilities, AIDS, substance abuse, or chronic health conditions.
      (2)   EMERGENCY SHELTER, PERMANENT - A permanent facility consisting of a building or group of buildings with overnight sleeping accommodations providing temporary housing for six months or less to homeless persons pursuant to standards set forth in Article V, Division 18. Such accommodations shall include basic supportive services such as meals, restroom, bathing, and laundry facilities. No individual or household shall be denied emergency shelter because of an inability to pay.
      (3)   EMERGENCY SHELTER, TEMPORARY - A temporary facility consisting of a building or group of buildings with overnight sleeping accommodations providing housing to homeless persons for winter warming or similar short-term, temporary operation not to exceed four months within a 12-month period. No individual or household shall be denied emergency shelter because of an inability to pay.
      (4)   FAMILY - A group of residents whose members jointly occupy a dwelling unit as a single housekeeping unit; have joint use of and responsibility for common areas; share household activities such as meals, chores, maintenance, and expenses; but not including residents of commercial group living such as hotels, dormitories, and fraternities.
      (5)   FARMWORKER - An employee, also known as an agricultural worker, engaged in agricultural work/farming and any practices performed on a farm in conjunction with farming, including cultivating and tillage of soil, the raising of animals, and the preparation of agricultural products for market, and/or to carriers for transportation to market.
(Ord. No. 2958, 2985)