CHAPTER 17:  COASTAL ZONING
ARTICLE I.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
   17-1.   Title
   17-2.   Purpose
   17-3.   Definitions
   17-4.   Establishment of coastal sub-zone districts
   17-5.   General requirements
ARTICLE II.  COASTAL SUB-ZONES
   17-10.   R-B-1, Single-Family Beach, Sub-Zone
   17-11.   R-W-1, Single-Family Water-Oriented, Sub-Zone
   17-12.   R-W-2, Townhouse Water-Oriented, Sub-Zone
   17-13.   R-2-C, Coastal Multiple-Family, Sub-Zone
   17-14.   R-3-C, Coastal Medium Density Multiple-Family, Sub-Zone
   17-15.   CPC, Coastal Planned Community, Sub-Zone
   17-16.   MHP-C, Coastal Mobile Home Park, Sub-Zone
   17-17.   CNC, Coastal Neighborhood Commercial, Sub-Zone
   17-18.   CVC, Coastal Visitor-Serving Commercial, Sub-Zone
   17-19.   CDI, Coastal Dependent Industrial, Sub-Zone
   17-20.   EC, Coastal Energy Facilities, Sub-Zone
   17-21.   COD, Coastal Oil Development, Sub-Zone
   17-22.   RC, Coastal Recreation, Sub-Zone
   17-23.   RP, Coastal Resource Protection, Sub-Zone
   17-24.   HCI, Harbor Channel Islands, Sub-Zone
   17-25.   R-BF, Beachfront Residential, Sub-Zone
ARTICLE III.  SPECIFIC COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCE STANDARDS
   17-30.   Purpose
   17-31.   Habitat areas
   17-32.   Diking, dredging, filling, and shoreline structures
   17-33.   Visual resources
   17-34.   Wetland restoration plan
   17-35.   Hazards
   17-36.   Service inventories
   17-37.   Cultural resources
   17-38.   Oil/energy recovery
   17-39.   Coastal access and recreation
   17-40.   Housing demolition, conversion or replacement
   17-41.   Recordation of land restrictions
ARTICLE IV.  GENERAL COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCE STANDARDS
   17-45.   Condominium conversions
   17-46.   Design standards
   17-47.   Landscaping standards
   17-48.   Sign standards
   17-49.   Off-street parking and loading standards
   17-50.   Nonconforming buildings and uses
   17-51.   General standards
   17-52.   Wireless communication facilities
ARTICLE V.  ADMINISTRATION
   17-55.   Home occupations
   17-56.   Temporary use permits
   17-57.   Coastal permit procedures
   17-58.   Hearings and appeals
   17-59.   Interpretation of chapter
   17-60.   Enforcement of provisions
   17-61.   Applications and fees
ARTICLE VI.  TRANSFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS
   17-65.   Purpose and findings
   17-66.   Definitions
   17-67.   Sending areas
   17-68.   Receiving areas
   17-69.   In-lieu fee contributions
   17-70.   Procedures and requirements for approval of transfer of development rights
   17-71.   Exemption from fees
ARTICLE I.  GENERAL PROVISIONS
SEC. 17-1.  TITLE.
   This chapter shall be known as the “Oxnard Coastal Zoning Ordinance,” and shall apply only to properties within the city's coastal zone.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.0.0)  (Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-2.  PURPOSE.
   (A)   The purpose of this article is to implement the policies of the California Coastal Act of 1976, as amended (“coastal act”) as identified in the Oxnard coastal land use plan as well as the following policies:
      (1)   To assure orderly balance utilization and conservation of coastal zone resources taking into account the social and economic needs of the residents of this city and of the State;
      (2)   To assure priority for coastal-dependent and coastal-related development over other development on the coast; and
      (3)   To provide a specific city program to implement development so as to guide the future growth of the city within the coastal zone.
   (B)   The intent of this article is to effectively integrate the Oxnard coastal land use plan with the officially adopted Oxnard General Plan and Zoning Ordinance, as applied to the defined coastal zone.  The Oxnard Coastal Zoning Ordinance in terms of this chapter and related official city zoning maps has a boundary as determined by the coastal act.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.0.1)  (Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-3.  DEFINITIONS.
   For purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have the following meanings.  In the event of a conflict between the definitions of chapter 16 and this chapter, the definitions provided in this section shall have priority with respect to matters related to the coastal zone of Oxnard.
      (1)   ABUTTING LAND - A parcel of land having a common property line with another parcel.
      (2)   ACCESS, LATERAL - An area of land providing public access along the shoreline.
      (3)   ACCESS, VERTICAL - An area of land providing a connection between the first public road or use area nearest the sea and the publicly owned tidelands or established lateral accessway. 
      (4)   ACCESSORY BUILDING OR STRUCTURE - A detached building or structure containing no kitchen or cooking facilities, and located upon the same lot as the building use to which it is accessory, and the use of which is customarily incidental, appropriate and subordinate to the use of the principal building, or to the principal use of the land.
      (5)   ACCESSORY USE - A use customarily incidental, appropriate and subordinate to the principal use of land or buildings located on the same lot.
      (6)   ADULT DAY CARE FACILITY - A State-licensed facility that provides less than 24-hour per day care to persons 18 years of age or older in need of personal services, supervision, or assistance essential for sustaining the activities of daily living or for the protection of these individuals.
      (7)   APPEALABLE DEVELOPMENT - In accordance with Cal. Pub. Res. Code, Section 30603(2), any of the following shall constitute an appealable development:
         (a)   Developments approved by the city which are located between the sea and the first public road paralleling the sea or within 300 feet of the inland extent of any beach or of the mean high tide line of the sea where there is no beach, whichever is the greater distance;
         (b)   Developments approved by the city not included within subdivision (1) of this section, located in tidelands, submerged lands, or public trust lands, any of which are within 100 feet of any wetland, estuary or stream; and
         (c)   Any development which constitutes a major public works project or a major energy facility.  The phrase “major public works project or a major energy facility,” as used in Cal. Pub. Res. Code, Section 30603(a)(5) and in this chapter shall mean any proposed public works project, as defined by Cal. Code of Regulations, Title 14, Division 5.5, Coastal Commission Regulations Section 13012, or energy facility, as defined by Cal. Pub. Res. Code, Section 30107.
      (8)   APPROVING AUTHORITY - The city officer, planning commission or city council approving a coastal development permit.
      (9)   CATEGORICALLY EXCLUDED DEVELOPMENT - A development which the coastal commission has determined pursuant to Cal. Pub. Res. Code, Section 30610(e) to have no potential for significant adverse environmental effects.
      (10)   CHILD CARE CENTER - A State-licensed child care facility other than a family day care home, in which less than 24-hour per day nonmedical care and supervision is provided in a group setting for children.
      (11)   COASTAL COMMISSION - The California Coastal Commission.
      (12)   COASTAL DEPENDENT DEVELOPMENT OR USE - Any development or use which requires a location on, or adjacent to, the sea to be able to function at all.
      (13)   COASTAL DEPENDENT RECREATION - Activities which require a coastal location in order to occur (e.g., ocean swimming, surfing, scuba diving, fishing, boating, beach activities and nature study).
      (14)   COASTAL LAND USE PLAN - Maps and text which indicate the kinds, location and intensity of land uses, and including resource protection and development policies.
      (15)   COASTAL-RELATED DEVELOPMENT OR USE - Any development or use that is associated by both proximity to and dependence on coastal dependent development or use.
      (16)   COASTAL-RELATED RECREATION - Activities which are popular in coastal locations but also occur inland (e.g., picnicking, bicycling, walking, jogging, and camping).
      (17)   COASTAL ZONE - That portion of the land and water area of the city shown on the official land use maps of the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan, as defined by the coastal zone maps adopted by the Coastal Commission.
      (18)   COMMISSION - The planning commission of the city.
      (19)   COMMUNITY CARE FACILITY - A State-licensed facility maintained and operated to provide nonmedical residential care, day treatment, adult day care, or foster family agency services for children and/or adults, including, but not limited to, the physically handicapped, mentally impaired, incompetent persons, and abused or neglected children, as further defined in Section 1502 of the Cal. Health and Safety Code.
      (20)   CONGREGATE LIVING HEALTH FACILITY - A State-licensed residential home with a non-institutional home-like environment that provides 24-hour medical supervision and skilled nursing with services for persons who are physically disabled, have a diagnosis of terminal illness, or are catastrophically and severely disabled, as further defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1250.
      (21)   CUMULATIVE EFFECT - The incremental effects of an individual project to be reviewed in connection with the effects of past projects, the effects of other current projects, and the effects of probable future projects.
      (22)   DEVELOPMENT - Pursuant to Cal. Pub. Res. Code Section 30106, the placement or erection of any solid material or structure in or under water; discharge or disposal of any dredged material or of any gaseous liquid, solid or thermal waste; grading, removing, dredging, mining or extraction of any materials; change in the density or intensity of use of land, including, but not limited to, subdivision pursuant to the Subdivision Map Act, commencing with Cal. Gov't Code, Section 66410, and any other division of land, including lot splits, except where the land division is brought about in connection with the purchase of such land by a public agency for public recreational use; change in the intensity of use of water, or of access thereto; construction, reconstruction, demolition, or alteration of the size of any structure including any facility of any private, public or municipal utility; and the removal or harvesting of any major vegetation other than for agricultural purposes, and kelp harvesting.  As used in this section, “structure” includes but is not limited to any building, road, pipe, flume, conduit, siphon, aqueduct, telephone line, and electrical power transmission and distribution line.
      (23)   DECISION, MINISTERIAL - Decisions approved by a decision-making authority based upon a given state of facts in a prescribed manner in obedience to the mandate of legal authority.  In such cases, the authority must act upon the given facts without regard to its own judgment or opinion concerning the propriety or wisdom of the act although the statute, ordinance or regulation may require, in some degree, a construction of its language by the decision-making authority.  In summary, a ministerial decision involves only the use of fixed standards or objective measurements without personal judgment.  Examples of ministerial decisions made by the director are development review permits, zone clearances, and sign permits.
      (24)   DIRECTOR - The development services director of the city.
      (25)   ENERGY FACILITY - Any public or private processing, producing, generating, storing, transmitting or recovering facility for electricity, natural gas, petroleum, coal or other sources of energy.
      (26)   ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE HABITAT AREA - Any area, as identified by the Oxnard coastal land use plan, in which plant or animal life or their habitats are rare or especially valuable because of their special nature or role in an ecosystem and which could be easily disturbed or degraded by human activities and development.
      (27)   FEASIBLE - Capable of being accomplished in a successful manner within a reasonable period of time, taking into account economic, environmental, social and technological factors.
      (28)   FILL - Earth or any other substance or material including pilings placed in a submerged area for the purpose of erecting structures thereon.
      (29)   FIRST PUBLIC ROAD PARALLELING THE SEA - The nearest road to the sea that is dedicated and suitable for public use and that connects with another public road providing a continuous access system paralleling the shoreline.
      (30)   LARGE FAMILY DAY CARE HOME - A State-licensed facility that provides care, protection and supervision for seven to 14 children in the provider's own home for periods less than 24 hours per day, as further defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1596.78.
      (31)   LATERAL ACCESSWAYS - Areas of land to be used for public pass and repass, passive recreational use or as otherwise designated in the Oxnard land use plan.
      (32)   LOCAL COASTAL PROGRAM (LCP) - The city's:
         (a)   Land use plans (including maps and texts);
         (b)   Zoning ordinances;
         (c)   Zoning district maps; and
         (d)   Other implementing actions required by the coastal act.
      (33)   MEAN HIGH TIDE LINE - High watermark of the Pacific Ocean, which is the normal or average inland extent of tidal action, as officially determined by the State Lands Commission.
      (34)   PRIME AGRICULTURAL LAND - Those lands defined in Cal. Gov't Code, Section 51201.
      (35)   PUBLIC WORKS -
         (a)   All production, storage, transmission, and recovery facilities for water, sewage, telephone, and other similar utilities owned or operated by any public agency or by any utility subject to the jurisdiction of the public utilities commission, except for energy facilities;
         (b)   All public transportation facilities including streets, roads, highways, public parking lots and structures, ports, harbors, airports, railroads and mass transit facilities and stations, bridges, trolley wires and other related facilities;
         (c)   All publicly financed recreational facilities, all projects of the State coastal conservancy, and any development by a special district; and
         (d)   All community college facilities.
      (36)   RECREATION, ACTIVE - Recreational activities of a group nature, such as team sports, which require permanent aboveground improvements, such as campgrounds, recreational vehicle parking, restrooms and picnic tables.
      (37)   RECREATION, PASSIVE - Recreational activities of an individual nature, such as sunbathing, walking, hiking and nature study, which do not require permanent above ground improvements.
      (38)   RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITY FOR THE ELDERLY - A housing arrangement of residents at least 60 years of age, where care and supervision are provided, as defined in Section 1569.2 of the Cal. Health and Safety Code.
      (39)   SEA - The Pacific Ocean and all harbors, bays, canals, channels, estuaries, salt marshes, sloughs and other areas subject to tidal action through any connection with the Pacific Ocean, excluding non-estuary rivers, streams, tributaries, creeks, flood control and drainage channels.
      (40)   SMALL RESIDENTIAL HEALTH OR CARE FACILITY - A facility licensed, authorized or certified by the State that provides nonmedical health or care services to six or fewer persons (except as otherwise provided herein), which State statutes identify as a residential use of property subject only to standards and restrictions applicable to other dwellings of the same type in the same zone, including but not limited to: a congregate living facility, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1250, having no more than six beds; an intermediate care facility/developmentally disabled habilitative, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1250, serving no more than six persons; an intermediate care facility/developmentally disabled-nursing, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1250, having no more than six beds; a State-licensed residential care facility, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1568.01, serving no more than six persons; a small family day care home serving no more than eight children, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1596.78; a pediatric day health and respite care facility, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 1760.2, having no more than six beds; an alcoholism or drug abuse recovery or treatment facility, as defined in Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 11834.02, serving no more than six persons; and a State-authorized, certified or licensed family care home, foster home or group home providing care on a 24-hour a day basis to six or fewer mentally disordered or otherwise handicapped persons or dependent and neglected children, as referred to in Cal. Welfare and Institutions Code Section 5116.
      (41)   SPECIAL DISTRICT - Any public agency other than a local government formed pursuant to state statute for the purpose of performing local governmental or proprietary functions within limited boundaries.  Special district includes but is not limited to a county or city service area, a maintenance district or area, an improvement district or improvement zone, or any other zone or area formed for the purpose of designating an area within which a special or additional property tax rate may be levied to pay for a service or improvement benefitting that area.
      (42)   TIMESHARE - A timeshare unit or project involves the marketing and sale of time segments of occupancy or ownership of dwelling units or commercial transient quarters (such as hotels or motel rooms).  Such time segments consist of a period of occupancy of not less than one week or not greater than 30 days with the annual right to use extended over a specified period of time.  A timeshare unit consists of at least 12 increments of ownership or rights-to-use per year.
      (43)   USE INAUGURATION - The use of land or structure in a manner consistent with the approved application specifying the intended use, including all conditions incorporated with project approval.  Preparatory acts of engineering development or construction to that end do not constitute use inauguration.
      (44)   VERTICAL ACCESSWAY - Areas of land to be used for public pass and repass, passive recreation use or as otherwise designated in the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (45)   VISITOR-SERVING SERVICE AND SALES - Public and private developments that provide or accommodate food and service, including hotels, motels, campgrounds, restaurants and commercial recreational developments, such as shopping, eating and amusement areas for tourists.
      (46)   WETLANDS - These lands defined pursuant to Policy 9, Chapter 3 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.2.0)  (Ord. No. 2034, 2122, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-4.  ESTABLISHMENT OF COASTAL SUB-ZONE DISTRICTS.
   (A)   Sub-zones established - The Oxnard Coastal Zone is divided into the following sub-zone districts:
      (1)   R-B-1 (Single-Family Beach) Sub-Zone;
      (2)   R-W-1 (Single-Family Water-Oriented) Sub-Zone;
      (3)   R-W-2 (Townhouse Water-Oriented) Sub-Zone;
      (4)   R-2-C (Coastal Multiple-Family) Sub-Zone;
      (5)   R-3-C (Coastal Garden Apartment) Sub-Zone;
      (6)   CPC (Coastal Planned Community) Sub-Zone;
      (7)   MHP-C (Coastal Mobile Home Park) Sub-Zone;
      (8)   CNC  (Coastal Neighborhood Commercial) Sub-Zone;
      (9)   CVC (Coastal Visitor-Serving Commercial) Sub-Zone;
      (10)   CDI (Coastal Dependent Industrial) Sub-Zone;
      (11)   EC (Coastal Energy Facilities) Sub-Zone;
      (12)   COD (Coastal Oil Development) Sub-Zone;
      (13)   RC (Coastal Recreation) Sub-Zone; and
      (14)   RP (Coastal Resource Protection) Sub-Zone.
      (15)   HCI (Harbor, Channel Islands) Sub-Zone; and
      (16)   R-BF (Beachfront Residential) Sub-Zone.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.3.0)
   (B)   Adoption of zoning maps - The boundaries of the sub-zone districts shall be as shown upon the official zoning map of the Oxnard Coastal Zone. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.3.1)
   (C)   Rules applying to uncertain boundaries on land use maps and zoning maps - Where uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of any coastal sub-zone district shown on the official zoning map, the following rules shall apply:
      (1)   Where such boundaries are indicated as approximately following street and alley lines or lot lines, the center line of such streets and alleys shall be construed to be such boundaries.
      (2)   In unsubdivided property or where a zone boundary divides a lot, the location of such boundary, unless indicated by dimension, shall be determined by use of the scale appearing on the zoning map.
      (3)   In case any uncertainty exists not addressed by this section, the commission shall determine the precise location of boundaries.
      (4)   Where any public street or alley is officially vacated or abandoned, the regulations applicable to abutting properties shall apply to such vacated or abandoned street or alley.
      (5)   Where any dedicated or fee right-of-way of any street, railroad, transportation or public utility company is vacated or abandoned, said property shall be automatically classified as an RP sub-zone.  All property not otherwise designated shall be classified as an RP sub-zone.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.3.2)  (Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-5.  GENERAL REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   Erection of buildings and structures - Except as hereinafter otherwise provided, land or buildings may be used and structures may be erected or altered only in accordance with the following provisions:
      (1)   No building shall be erected and no existing building shall be moved, altered or enlarged, nor shall any land, building or premises be used, designed or intended to be used for any purpose or in any manner other than a use listed in this article or amendments thereto, as permitted in the sub-zone in which such land, building or premises is located.
      (2)   No building shall be erected nor shall any existing building be moved, reconstructed or structurally altered to exceed in height the limit established by this chapter for the sub-zone in which such building is located.  Furthermore, all such buildings shall conform to the city building code.
      (3)   No building shall be erected nor shall any existing building be moved, altered, enlarged or rebuilt nor shall any open spaces surrounding any buildings be encroached upon or reduced in any manner, except in conformity with the building setback requirements established article II or amendments thereto for the sub-zone in which such building is located.
      (4)   No yard or open space provided adjacent to any buildings for the purpose of complying with the regulations of this chapter, shall be considered as providing a yard or open space for any other building or structure.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.0)
   (B)   Conflicting permits and licenses to be voided - All departments, officials and employees vested with the duty and authority to issue permits or licenses shall act in conformance with the provisions of this article and shall issue no permits or licenses for uses, buildings or purposes in conflict with the provisions of this chapter.  Any permit or license issued in conflict with this chapter shall be null and void. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.1)
   (C)   Administrative authority - The director may authorize a representative to carry out any of the duties and responsibilities delegated to the director by this article. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.2)
   (D)   Zoning clearance - Prior to issuance of a building permit, a zone clearance shall be issued by the development services department certifying that the permit or use complies with all provisions of this chapter.  A zone clearance shall be required for all building permits other than for interior modifications. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.3)
   (E)   Certificate of occupancy - No structure hereafter erected or altered subject to a building permit shall be occupied or used until a certificate of occupancy has been issued by the director of public works. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.4)
   (F)   Change of business or use - In the event of a proposed change of use for commercial or industrial purposes on a parcel of land, or in a building or portion thereof, no new use shall occupy or use any such parcel of land or building until a zone clearance has been issued for such use or tenancy. A zone clearance shall not be required for a change of residential occupancy except as otherwise required in this chapter. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.5)
   (G)   Violations of ordinances - No certificate of occupancy shall be issued for any occupancy or use which is in violation of any city ordinance or State law. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.6)
   (H)   Nonconforming uses - Zone clearances for nonconforming uses may be issued by the development services department and the certificate shall state that the use is a nonconforming use and does not conform with the provisions of this chapter. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.7)
   (I)   Uses not specifically permitted in stated sub-zones - If a proposed use is not listed as permitted or conditionally permitted, such use shall be assumed to be prohibited unless the city council determines, following recommendations from the commission and a public hearing, that the proposed use is substantially the same as a listed use.  (`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.8)
   (J)   Minimum requirements - In interpreting, analyzing and applying the provisions of this chapter unless otherwise stated, the provisions shall be held to be the minimum requirements for promotion of public health, safety, peace and general welfare. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.9)
   (K)   Conflict with other provisions -
      (1)   Where conflicts occur between the provisions of this chapter, the coastal land use plan, the coastal act and the building code or other regulations in effect within the city, the more restrictive of any such provision shall apply, unless the more restrictive provision is inconsistent with the coastal act.  Nothing contained in this chapter shall be deemed to repeal or amend any provision of the city requiring a permit or license or both, for any business, trade or occupation, nor shall anything in this chapter be deemed to repeal or amend the building code.  If provisions of this chapter overlap or conflict, the provision more protective of coastal resources shall apply.
      (2)   This chapter shall not interfere with, abrogate or annul any easement, covenant or other agreement now in effect; provided however, that if this article imposes a greater restriction upon the use of the buildings or land or upon the height of buildings or requires larger open spaces than are imposed or required by other ordinances, rules or regulations or by easements, covenants or agreements, the provisions of this chapter shall apply.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.10)
   (L)   Number of buildings on a residentially zoned lot - Except multiple-family sub-zones, not more than one principal residential building shall be situated on a single lot of record in any residential sub-zone. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.11)
   (M)   Consistency with the general plan and the coastal land use plan - An application approved by any reviewing body must be found to be consistent with the objectives, policies, general land uses and programs of the city general plan and the coastal land use plan.  If there are any conflicts between the provisions or land use designations of the coastal land use plan and the general plan, the coastal land use plan shall prevail. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.12)
   (N)   Recordation of easements and dedication - Offers for or the execution of dedications or easements for coastal access, recreation or open space purposes shall be recorded prior to or simultaneously with the recordation of the related land division.  Where no land division is involved or required, such easements and dedications shall be recorded prior to the issuance of building permits or initiation of use, whichever occurs first. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-1.4.14)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
ARTICLE II.  COASTAL SUB-ZONES
SEC. 17-10.  R-B-1, SINGLE-FAMILY BEACH, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-B-1 sub-zone is to provide areas in which the low profile, small scale character of existing single-family beach-oriented neighborhoods may be preserved, to provide reasonable protection to existing low- to moderate-income housing and in which to designate areas of future development for low density residential use.  Development within the R-B-1 sub-zone shall be consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.  In particular, development within North Shore at Mandalay Bay shall be consistent with LCP Land Use Plan Policy No. 49.1. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-B-1 sub-zone:
      (1)   Single-family dwellings;
      (2)   Accessory buildings and structures located on the same lot;
      (3)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (4)   Home occupations;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:
      (1)   Single-family dwellings;
      (2)   Public utility and municipal facilities; and
      (3)   Congregate living health facilities of seven to 15 beds.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  2 stories, not to exceed 25 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  4,000 square feet.
      (3)   Maximum lot coverage:  60%.
      (4)   Minimum distance between structures:  6 feet.
      (5)   Minimum lot width:
         (a)   For lots easterly of the first public road:  40 feet.
         (b)   For lots westerly of the first public road:  35 feet.
      (6)   Front yard setback:
         (a)   Defined.  Front yards in the R-B-1 zone shall be defined as follows:
            (i)   For properties located between a public walkway and a 26-foot wide public way or a 60-foot street, the front yard shall be the area between the walkway and the main structure.
            (ii)   For properties located between a public way or alley and a 50- or 60-foot wide public street, the front yard shall be the area between the public street and the main structure.
         (b)   Required.
            (i)   For properties located easterly of the first public road paralleling the sea:  15 feet.
            (ii)   For properties located between the Pacific Ocean and the first public road paralleling the sea and which have a front yard abutting a public beach, park, or similar facility dedicated by easement or in feet:  20 feet.  A minimum 10-foot setback shall be required for lots having a remaining length of 110 feet or less.
      (7)   Rear yard setback:  15 feet.
      (8)   Side yard setback:  five feet.
      (9)   Accessory buildings:  shall observe same setbacks as main structure and shall be separated from main structure by a minimum of six feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.4)
   (E)   Special requirements -
      (1)   Off-street parking.  For those lots which abut a 26-foot wide public way, a nine-foot paved parking strip shall be required along the way for the width of the lot.  Fences and walls on side yard property lines within this nine-foot area are permitted provided they do not exceed 42 inches in height and are 50% or more open.  Walls and solid fences which do not exceed 18 inches in height may also be located within the subject area.
      (2)   Fencing in front yard.  Fences, walls, or hedges may be permitted in front yards of lots along public walkways, may be of solid construction and may exceed general height requirements, but shall not exceed six feet in height and shall provide a permanent means of access to any adjacent public right-of-way or access easement.
      (3)   Minimum distance between a garage door and the most parallel rear or front property line shall be 20 feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.1.6)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2145, 2169, 2598, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-11.  R-W-1, SINGLE-FAMILY WATER-ORIENTED, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-W-1 sub-zone is to provide areas of low-density, single-family dwellings on parcels located in an established neighborhood with close proximity to dedicated inland coastal waterways.  The intent of this sub-zone is to protect established single-family water-oriented neighborhoods from land uses of higher density and intensity consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.2.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-W-1 sub-zone:
      (1)   Single-family dwelling placed on a permanent foundation;
      (2)   Accessory buildings and structures located on the same lot;
      (3)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (4)   Home occupations;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.2.2)
   (C)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  two stories, not to exceed 28 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  4,000 square feet for lots which directly abut a waterway; 6,000 square feet for lots which do not abut a waterway.
      (3)   Minimum lot width:  40 feet.
      (4)   Interior yard space:  15% of the lot area, which may include the interior side yard.  One interior side yard shall be at least eight feet, but need not exceed 600 square feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:  15 feet; minimum of 20 feet to center of garage door for back-out driveways.
      (6)   Rear yard setback:  12 feet for lots abutting a waterway; 20 feet for lots which do not abut a waterway.
      (7)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  4 feet.  No side yard shall be required on one side of a lot where an eight-foot side yard is provided on the other side.
         (b)   Street side yard:  5 feet.
         (c)   Reverse corner side yard: ½ of front yard of abutting lot.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.2.3)
   (D)   Special requirements -
      (1)   A mezzanine for attics may be constructed within roof areas, provided that there are no window openings above the attic or mezzanine floor except for openings facing the front property line and within ten feet of the front setback.
      (2)   No exterior decks are permitted above the height of the second floor.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.2.4)
   (E)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.2.5)
   (F)   Conditionally permitted use - Congregate Living health facilities of seven to 15 beds are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V (Administration).
(Ord. No. 2034, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-12.  R-W-2, TOWNHOUSE WATER-ORIENTED, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-W-2 sub-zone is to provide areas of moderate-density townhouse dwellings on parcels located in neighborhoods in close proximity to dedicated inland coastal waterways.  The intent of this sub-zone is to protect established townhouse water-oriented neighborhoods from land uses of higher density and intensity consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-W-2 sub-zone:
      (1)   Single-family dwellings placed on a permanent foundation;
      (2)   Accessory buildings and structures located on the same lot;
      (3)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than 6 adults;
      (4)   Home occupations;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:  townhouses, condominiums, and attached and semi-attached dwellings on a permanent foundation; and congregate living health facilities of seven to 15 beds. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  2 stories, not to exceed 30 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  2,800 square feet.
      (3)   Minimum lot width:  28 feet.
      (4)   Interior yard space:  15% of lot area.  The minimum dimension is 10 feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:  15 feet; minimum of 20 feet to center of garage door for back-out driveways.
      (6)   Rear yard setback:  12 feet for lots abutting an inland waterway; 20 feet for lots which do not abut a waterway.
      (7)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  none required.
         (b)   Street side yard:  5 feet.
         (c)   Reverse corner side yard: ½ of front yard of abutting lot.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.4)
   (E)   Special requirements for townhouse building cluster, separation and parking - There shall be no more than six attached dwelling units in any building cluster.  Building clusters shall have a 20-foot minimum separation.  One off-street guest parking space shall be provided for every three dwelling units unless on-street parking is provided at the ratio of one space for each unit. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.3.6)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-13.  R-2-C, COASTAL MULTIPLE-FAMILY, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-2-C sub-zone is to provide an area of moderate-density multiple-family dwellings suitable for legally existing and new subdivisions located in areas adjacent to significant coastal resources, both urban and natural in character. Development within the R-2-C sub-zone shall be consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-2-C sub-zone:
      (1)   Single-family dwelling placed on a permanent foundation;
      (2)   Accessory buildings and structures located on the same lot;
      (3)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (4)   Home occupations;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to article V:
      (1)   Duplex or multiple-family dwelling units either in separate buildings or combined in one or more main buildings to a maximum of six units per building;
      (2)   Townhouses, condominiums, and attached and semi-attached dwellings on a permanent foundation;
      (3)   Residential stock cooperatives and community apartments;
      (4)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than 15 adults;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than 15 children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of seven to 15 beds; and
      (7)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than 15 persons.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  two stories, not to exceed 25 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  3,500 square feet per dwelling unit.  One unit only permitted on lots of less than 7,000 square feet or with an average width less than 50 feet.  Lots of record prior to May 21, 1981, which have a minimum of 6,000 square feet, may contain two dwelling units, provided minimum width is met.
      (3)   Minimum lot width:  50 feet.
      (4)   Interior yard space:  25% of lot area; minimum dimension of 15 feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:  20 feet.
      (6)   Rear yard setback:  25 feet.
      (7)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  five feet.
         (b)   Street side yard:  five feet.
         (c)   Reverse corner side yard: 1/2 of front yard of abutting lot.
      (8)   Accessory buildings:  may occupy any portion of rear yard if located at least six feet from main structure, if has no more than one story in height, and if set back a minimum of 15 feet from any alley or way.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.4)
   (E)   Special requirements for building clusters - There shall be no more than six attached dwelling units in any building cluster. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.4.6)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2145, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-14.  R-3-C, COASTAL MEDIUM DENSITY MULTIPLE-FAMILY, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-3-C sub-zone is to provide an area of medium-density family multiple dwellings and new development for existing multiple-family residential neighborhoods, particularly in order to preserve existing low- to moderate-income housing within the city's coastal zone.  Development within the R-3-C sub-zone shall be consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-3-C sub-zone:
      (1)   Single-family dwellings placed on a permanent foundation;
      (2)   Accessory buildings and structures located on the same lot;
      (3)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (4)   Home occupations;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:
      (1)   Multiple-family dwellings;
      (2)   Townhouses, condominiums, community ownership projects and attached and semi-attached dwellings on a permanent foundation;
      (3)   Vacation timeshare developments that participate in the transfer of development rights program;
      (4)   Adult day care facilities serving more than six adults;
      (5)   Child care centers serving more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of more than six beds; and
      (7)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving more than six persons.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  three stories, not to exceed 35 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  2,400 square feet per dwelling unit.  No more than two units on lots having an average width of less than 60 feet.  No more than one unit on lots having an average width of less than 40 feet.  Lots of record prior to May 21,1981, which have a minimum of 4,800 square feet may contain three dwelling units, provided minimum width is met.
      (3)   Minimum lot width:  60 feet.
      (4)   Interior yard space:  25% of lot area; minimum dimension of 15 feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:  20 feet; 15 feet if all vehicle access is off alley.
      (6)   Rear yard setback:  25 feet.
      (7)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior and street side yard:  five feet for one- and two-story structures; 10 feet for three-story structures.
         (b)   Reverse corner side yards: 1/2 of front yard of abutting lot, not to be less than 10 feet.
      (8)   Accessory buildings:  may occupy any portion of rear yard if located at least six feet from main structure, if has no more than one story in height, and if set back a minimum of 15 feet from any alley or way.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.4)
   (E)   Special requirements - 25% of required interior yard space may be on building decks having a minimum dimension of 10 feet and a minimum area of 200 square feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.5.6)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2122, 2145, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-15.  CPC, COASTAL PLANNED COMMUNITY, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose -
      (1)   The purpose of the CPC sub-zone is to provide a method which will ensure the orderly development of a large scale mixed-use planned development on property located in an area bounded by Wooley Road on the north, Edison Canal on the west, Hemlock Street on the south and Victoria Avenue on the east in accordance with the provisions of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (2)   The provisions of this sub-zone shall apply exclusively to the property zoned CPC as designated on the official Oxnard Shores Land Use Map of the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (3)   The CPC sub-zone is further intended to provide for the integration of residential, visitor-serving commercial, school, and public recreational and open space uses consistent with the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan; to provide for appropriate public access to the extensions of the inland waterway; and to provide a development which will optimize the utilization of property to conserve energy and promote the efficient use of limited resources.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the CPC sub-zone:
      (1)   Agriculture and aquiculture; and
      (2)   Passive recreation uses both on land and water.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.2)
   (C)   Other uses, coastal development permit or development review required - Residential, visitor-serving commercial, school, and public passive and active recreation uses may be permitted subject to the adoption of a specific plan for the planned unit development which shall establish the development pattern for the project site.  Permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall then be allowed subject to the provisions of the Oxnard coastal land use plan and the general provisions of this chapter.  Permitted and conditionally permitted uses shall be only those allowed in the R-W-1, R-W-2, R-2-C, R-3-C, CNC, CVC and RC zones.  In addition, a public elementary school facility may be a conditionally permitted use subject to the development standards and provisions of the CNC sub-zone and the Mandalay Bay Specific Plan.  (`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.3)
   (D)   Specific plan required - Pursuant to the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan, a specific plan for the entire property designated PUD-C shall be prepared and adopted prior to the issuance of any development permits or land divisions for development on the project site.  The specific plan shall provide for development of the property in accordance with Policies 4, 5, and 24 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan, specifically, and with other general policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.4)
   (E)   Specific plan contents -
      (1)   The specific plan shall contain the following components:
         (a)   Access and recreation component - The specific plan shall contain a component which identifies standards for improvements and quantifies the amount of land provided for lateral and vertical access, public recreation, and open space facilities and areas, such as parks, beaches, public marinas, and bikeways.  All access shall be in accordance with the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan.
         (b)   Soil transfer program - The specific plan shall require the provision of a soil transfer program upon submittal of the tentative map for each phase as required by Policy 5 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
         (c)   Project land use map - The specific plan shall contain a map of the location and amount of specific uses and densities for land and water areas for the entire CPC designated property required by the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
         (d)   Circulation component - The specific plan shall contain a circulation plan which identifies all public streets which will support the proposed project and the location of bike paths and other alternative circulation improvements, including those related to public transportation.  An accompanying text shall identify the types of street and intersection improvements that are necessary.  Street cross-sections shall be provided, and the location of all required or proposed public parking areas serving public accessways shall be shown.
         (e)   Buffering and setback component - The specific plan shall contain illustrations and text establishing the nature and location of building setbacks from thoroughfare and collector streets and from the waterway.  In addition, the plan shall include descriptions and cross-sections of urban use buffers as required for the project by the Oxnard coastal land use plan in accordance with Policy 4.
         (f)   Urban design and landscape component - The specific plan shall contain illustrations and text as necessary to identify the relationships between major design elements which shall establish the character of the development.  Elements to be identified shall include, but not be limited to: view corridors; access and circulation corridors; public recreation use areas and facilities (including beaches, plazas, boardwalks, etc.); overall project landscaping character; overall project architectural character; preliminary streetscape plan; project entries; and gateways.
         (g)   Master utility and drainage facility component - The specific plan shall contain illustrations and text indicating the preliminary proposals and phasing for interim and ultimate sewer and storm water drainage facilities and street improvements.
         (h)   Phasing component - The specific plan shall contain illustrations and text indicating the phasing sequence for development and public access dedication and improvements.
      (2)   The specific plan for the planned unit development shall consist of text and illustrations providing adequate data and criteria to fully express the proposed standards and character of development.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.5)
   (F)   Land use access - The specific plan for the planned unit development shall provide for the amounts of visitor-serving commercial, public recreation, and water use areas required by Policy 24 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.  The specific plan shall also provide for the amounts of vertical and lateral access required by Policy 24 of the coastal land use plan and consistent with the access provisions of this chapter.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.6)
   (G)   Findings - In addition to the findings contained in section 17-57, the specific plan for the planned unit development may be approved only if the following findings of fact are made:
      (1)   The specific plan for the planned unit development provides the appropriate percentage of visitor-serving commercial, public recreation and water area as required by the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (2)   The specific plan for the planned unit development provides the appropriate amount of area of vertical and lateral access as required by the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (3)   The specific plan for the planned unit development contains a soil transfer program consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (4)   The specific plan for the planned unit development is consistent with all other applicable policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.7)
   (H)   Permits required - No new development or initiation of any conditionally permitted use shall be allowed on any area covered by the planned unit development until the following actions have occurred:
      (1)   The property proposed for development has been zoned CPC.
      (2)   A specific plan that conforms with the provisions of this article and the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan has been prepared and adopted for the entire property designated CPC.
      (3)   A coastal development or development permit review has been granted by the city in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.8)
   (I)   Application of planned unit development - Concurrent with any application for a land division, or as required above, a coastal development permit shall be approved which shall serve as the application for a planned unit development.  Development standards and regulations which differ or vary from the standards of the coastal sub-zones to be applied may be proposed and adopted as provisions of the coastal development permit.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.9)
   (J)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.6.10)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716, 2816, 2868)
SEC. 17-16.  MHP-C, COASTAL MOBILE HOME PARK, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the MHP-C sub-zone is to implement Policy No. 65 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan relating particularly to the preservation of low to moderate income housing within the city's coastal zone, which states: “Existing mobile home parks shall not be demolished or converted to another use, including purchase mobile home lots, unless an equal or greater number of comparably priced housing units are built in the coastal zone to replace the demolished or converted units.” 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following uses shall not result in the reduction of two or more mobile home spaces and are permitted only within existing mobile home parks:
      (1)   Mobile homes for single-family use only;
      (2)   Common recreation facilities and structures; and
      (3)   Accessory structures normally incidental to and contained within mobile home parks.
      (4)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (7)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (8)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (9)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development plan pursuant to the provisions of article V:  common recreational facilities, structures, and accessory uses normally associated with a mobile home park which would result in a reduction of two or more mobile home spaces within an existing mobile home park; and congregate living health facilities of seven to 15 beds. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.3)
   (D)   Property development standards - Mobile home space requirements:
      (1)   Minimum mobile home lot area:  3,000 square feet.
      (2)   Front yard setback:  10 feet from mobile home space line.
      (3)   Side yard setback:  10 feet from mobile home space line.
      (4)   Rear yard setback:  10 feet from mobile home space line.
      (5)   Maximum space coverage:  75%.
      (6)   Interior yard space:  450-square-foot minimum; per space minimum dimension of 15 feet.
      (7)   Off-street parking required:  2 spaces on each mobile home lot; 1 guest parking space for each 5 mobile home lots.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.4)
   (E)   Special requirements -
      (1)   Patio covers and parking space covers may extend up to five feet from side property line.
      (2)   A six-foot high masonry wall is required along all exterior mobile home park property lines.  Such wall shall be set back a minimum of ten feet from any public right-of-way.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General regulations;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.7.6)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2671, 2716)
SEC. 17-17.  CNC, COASTAL NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the CNC sub-zone is to protect an area of established convenience shopping and personal services to serve the existing coastal residential community of Oxnard Shores and the public who visit the area.  Development within the CNC sub-zone shall be compatible with the adjoining residential neighborhood and consistent with Policy 61 of the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.8.1)
   (B)   Principally permitted uses - Uses within the following categories are subject to the approval of a development review permit, pursuant to the provisions of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Neighborhood commercial services:  financial, banks, savings and loans, personal, barber, beauty shop, health spa, laundry, professional, real estate, medical, public parking, parks, library.
      (2)   Neighborhood commercial sales:  eating/drinking (nonalcoholic) restaurant, café, neighborhood retail market, liquor, pharmacy, stationery, florist, baker, book stores.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.8.2)
   (C)   Secondary permitted uses - The following categories are subject to the approval of a coastal development permit, pursuant to the provisions of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Services:  commercial recreation, skating rink, amusement center, entertainment, theater, night-club, motor vehicle service station.
      (2)   Sales:  eating/drinking (serving alcoholic beverages) restaurant, cocktail lounge.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.8.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  two stories or 35 feet; additional stories or height may be permitted subject to the granting of a coastal development permit.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  15,000 square feet.
      (3)   Front yard setback:  10 feet.
      (4)   Rear yard setback:  for lots abutting a public way or alley:  10 feet.  No setback is otherwise required.
      (5)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  none required.
         (b)   Street side yard:  10 feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.8.4)
   (E)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.8.5)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-18.  CVC, COASTAL VISITOR-SERVING COMMERCIAL, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the CVC sub-zone is to provide coastal dependent visitor-serving commercial/recreational opportunities for both the visiting public and the residents of the city.  This sub-zone is designed to assure an orderly and balanced utilization of Oxnard's coastal resources and provide maximum access, enjoyment, and use of these resources by all segments of the public, while protecting scenic resources in environmentally sensitive habitat areas.  Development within the CVC sub-zone shall be consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan, including Policy 46. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.9.1)
   (B)   Principally permitted uses - The principally permitted uses are visitor-serving services and visitor-serving sales.  The following categories are subject to the approval of a coastal development permit, pursuant to the provision of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Visitor-serving services:  commercial recreation, skating rink, amusement center, campground, swim club, boat rentals, bike rentals, entertainment, theater, night-club, motor vehicle service station, tourist hotels, motels, convention and conference facilities, and vacation timeshare developments.
      (2)   Visitor-serving sales:  eating/drinking (serving alcoholic beverages) restaurant, cocktail lounge, marina facilities, sport fishing, boat launching, yacht and boat sales, bait and tackle sales, marina supply store, eating/drinking (nonalcoholic) restaurant, café.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.9.2)
   (C)   Secondary permitted uses - The following categories are subject to the approval of a development review permit, pursuant to the provisions of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Services:  financial, banks, savings and loans, personal, barber, beauty shop, health spa, laundry, professional, real estate, medical, travel agency, public, parking, parks, library.
      (2)   Sales:  drive-through businesses and facilities, restaurant, café, specialty shops, antiques, sporting goods, art, cameras, souvenirs, general retail, off-sale liquor, florist, stationery, gifts, automobile rental agency.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.9.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  3 stories or 35 feet; additional stories or height may be permitted subject to the granting of a coastal development permit.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  15,000 square feet.
      (3)   Front yard setback:  10 feet.
      (4)   Rear yard setback:  for lots abutting a public way or alley: 10 feet.  No setback is otherwise required.
      (5)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  none required.
         (b)   Street side yard:  10 feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.9.4)
   (E)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.9.5)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-19.  CDI, COASTAL DEPENDENT INDUSTRIAL, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the CDI sub-zone is to provide areas for those types of energy and industrial activities that require location adjacent to or in the vicinity of the sea to function.  The intent of this sub-zone is to assure that energy and industrial land uses will neither generate environmental degradation nor otherwise adversely affect the public welfare. Development within the CDI sub-zone shall be consistent with Policies 50, 54 and 56 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.10.1)
   (B)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are illustrative of those permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V (Administration):
      (1)   Except in the Channel Islands Harbor, aquiculture and agriculture with structures;
      (2)   Canneries and cold storage for ocean-based food processing and packaging;
      (3)   Caretaker residence;
      (4)   Except in the Channel Islands Harbor, coastal dependent industrial warehousing and outside storage;
      (5)   Boat repair and service and, except in the Channel Islands Harbor, main facilities, including commercial fishing and boat launching, sales, and storage;
      (6)   Oil and gas development, including storage of oil spill containment equipment and, except in the Channel Islands Harbor, tanker, refinery, and petrochemical facilities, and associated pipelines and storage structures; and
      (7)   Except in the Channel Islands Harbor, saltwater desalinization plant.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.10.2)
   (C)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  55 feet (additional height may be approved by coastal development permit).
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  15,000 square feet.
      (3)   Minimum lot width:  100 feet; corner lots 150 feet.
      (4)   Minimum lot depth:  150 feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:
         (a)   Minor streets:  10 feet.
         (b)   Thoroughfares:  20 feet.
      (6)   Side yard setback:  for lots adjacent to residentially zoned property, same as adjacent residential zone side yard setback.  No setback otherwise required.
      (7)   Rear yard setback:  for lots adjacent to residentially zoned property, same as adjacent residential zone rear yard setback.  No setback otherwise required.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.10.3)
   (D)   Performance standards/special requirements -
      (1)   Electricity and radioactivity -
         (a)   No activity shall be permitted which causes electrical disturbances affecting the operation of any equipment located beyond the property line of such activity.  In no event shall radioactivity, when measured at each lot line, be in excess of 2.7 x 10.11 microcuries per milliliter of air at any moment of time.
         (b)   Radio and television transmitters shall be operated at the regularly assigned wave lengths (or within the authorized tolerances thereof) as assigned by the appropriate governmental agency. Subject to such exception, such transmitters shall be suitably wired, shielded and controlled so that in operation they shall not emit any electrical impulses or waves beyond the lot lines which shall adversely affect the operation and control of any domestic household equipment or any other electronic devices and equipment.
      (2)   Liquid and solid wastes - Liquid or solid wastes discharged from the premises shall be properly treated prior to discharge so as not to contaminate or pollute any watercourse or groundwater supply or interfere with bacterial processes in sewage treatment.  Such operations shall comply with authorized governmental health and safety regulations of agencies having jurisdiction over such disposal activities.  The disposal or dumping of solid wastes, such as slag, paper or fiber wastes, or other industrial wastes, shall not be permitted on any premises unless otherwise provided for in these provisions.
      (3)   Performance standards, fire and explosive hazards - All activities involving the use or storage of combustible, flammable or explosive materials shall be in compliance with nationally recognized state-of-the-art standards, and shall be provided with adequate firefighting and fire-suppression equipment and devices in compliance with the current edition of the National Fire Protection Association regulations.  Burning of waste materials in open fires is prohibited.
      (4)   Smoke and particulates - Visible emissions of smoke shall not be permitted which exceed Ringelmann No. 1 on the Ringelmann Chart of the U.S. Bureau of Mines, except for exhausts emitted by armored vehicles or other transportation facilities.  This requirement shall also be applicable to the disposal of trash and waste materials.  Windborne dust, dirt, fly ash, airborne solids, sprays and mists (except water vapor) originating from any use shall not be permitted.
      (5)   Toxic or noxious matter - Toxic gases or noxious matter shall not be emitted which can cause any damage to human health, to animals, vegetation or property, or which can cause any excessive soiling beyond the lot lines of the use.
      (6)   Odorous matter - Operations, processes or products which emit odors that are detectable at any point beyond the property line from any use shall not be permitted.
      (7)   Glare or heat - Any operation producing intense glare or heat shall be performed within an enclosed or screened area in such a manner that the glare or heat emitted shall not be discernible from the property line.
      (8)   Vibration - Every use shall be so operated that the ground vibration generated by the use is not harmful or injurious to the use of the surrounding properties.  No vibration shall be permitted which is perceptible without instruments at any point along the property line on which said use is located.
      (9)   Noise - Baffling or muffling devices or other precautionary means shall be employed with processes or operations causing objectionable noise characteristics to prevent their being objectionable when measured at the property line during normal operation.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.10.4)
   (E)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.10.5)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2095, 2716)
SEC. 17-20.  EC, COASTAL ENERGY FACILITIES, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the EC sub-zone is to provide areas that allow for siting, construction, modification and maintenance of power generating facilities and electrical substations consistent with Policies 51, 52, 54, 55 and 56 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.  Additionally, the EC sub-zone is designed to provide a framework for coordinating the requirements and responsibilities of applicable city, State and federal regulatory agencies vested with the authority for reviewing energy facility development.  To assure consistency with the Oxnard coastal land use plan, the following coastal act provisions and land use plan policies shall apply:
      (1)   Coastal dependent energy facilities shall be encouraged to locate or expand within existing sites and shall be permitted reasonable long-term growth, where consistent with this article. (Coastal Act, Section 30260)
      (2)   All new energy related development shall conform to the air quality regulations set forth by the Ventura County Air Pollution Control District, the air quality management plan and new source review rule 26. (Policy 29)
      (3)   Energy related development shall not be located in coastal resource areas including sensitive habitats, recreational areas and archeological sites.  All development adjacent to these resource areas or agricultural areas shall be designed to mitigate any adverse impacts. (Policy 30)
      (4)   All new energy related development shall be located and designed to minimize adverse effects upon public access to the beach. (Policy 54)
      (5)   No energy related development shall be located seaward of the 100 year flood/wave run-up line as designated by the U.S. Department of Housing Insurance Program Administration and the land use map of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. (Policy 56)
      (6)   Wastewater from any energy related facilities shall be treated as necessary and put to reuse including, but not limited to the following:
         (a)   Re-injection into the aquifer or ground water recharge system; and
         (b)   Recycling for industrial, agricultural or urban use. (Policy 64)
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.11.1)
   (B)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:
      (1)   Off-street public parking facility;
      (2)   Electrical power generating plant and accessory uses normally associated with said power generating facility;
      (3)   Electrical substation; and
      (4)   Natural gas pump and extraction facilities.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.11.2)
   (C)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resources Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.11.3)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-21.  COD, COASTAL OIL DEVELOPMENT, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the COD sub-zone is to provide areas to explore for and develop known oil and natural gas resources.  This sub-zone shall be applied only to existing known fields as designated by the State Division of Oil and Gas, and shall not be applied in residential or environmentally sensitive habitat areas (Policy 63).  In the event that oil and/or gas deposits are believed to be present in an area not presently designated for oil and gas production activities, an amendment to the coastal land use plan and rezoning of the affected property will be required with appropriate permits prior to commencing with the exploration or production activities.  All development within the COD sub-zone shall be consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan (Chapter 3), while employing the best available control technology (BACT) to minimize adverse effects upon public access to the beach, as well as to protect visual resources and environmentally sensitive habitat areas. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.12.1)
   (B)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:
      (1)   Off-street public parking facilities;
      (2)   Drilling, redrilling or reworking and pumping of wells for the production of petroleum and petroleum byproducts;
      (3)   Structures, equipment and other facilities incidental to subdivision (2) above;
      (4)   Injection wells and incidental equipment necessary for enhanced oil recovery or disposal of production waste and equipment and facilities necessary for enhanced oil recovery, including water flooding, steam injection, air injection, carbon dioxide injection, or introduction or polymers or other agents;
      (5)   Storage tanks necessary or incidental to separation/treatment of oil and gas or temporary storage of separated hydrocarbons, and equipment for transfer of the produced hydrocarbons to pipelines or tanker trucks; and
      (6)   Pipelines necessary for oil and gas production operations within the coastal zone.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.12.2)
   (C)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.12.3)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-22.  RC, COASTAL RECREATION, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose -
      (1)   The purpose of the RC sub-zone is to provide open space for various forms of outdoor recreation of either a public or private nature.  The intent is to encourage outdoor recreational uses which will protect and enhance areas which have both active and passive recreation potential.  Such uses should offer recreational activities which compliment and are appropriate to the area because of their natural resources and beauty.  This sub-zone is designed to implement the recreational policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan, as outlined in Chapter 3.7.1.
      (2)   Nothing in this section shall restrict public and private access to the recreational opportunities provided within the coastal zone of the city.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.13.1)
      (3)   In particular, public coastal and recreation within North Shore at Mandalay Bay shall be consistent with LCP Land Use Plan Policy No. 82.1.
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following uses which are coastal dependent, open space, and nonstructural in nature are permitted in the RC sub-zone:
      (1)   Unimproved outdoor public and private passive recreational uses, e.g., parks and playgrounds;
      (2)   Unimproved riding, hiking, biking, and walking trails;
      (3)   Unlighted sand volleyball courts;
      (4)   Portable lifeguard stations of a seasonal nature;
      (5)   Temporary wind fences for seasonal beach sand stabilization not to exceed 36 inches in height, which will not interfere with lateral or vertical public access and related permitted uses; and
      (6)   Unimproved, open air educational and scientific research.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.13.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V of this chapter.
      (1)   Structures and facilities of an accessory nature required to support the recreational uses permitted in this sub-zone, including, but not limited to, parking areas, water and sanitary facilities, boat launching facilities, barbeques and fire rings, bicycle parking facilities, ranger stations, and limited concession facilities;
      (2)   Swimming and tennis clubs;
      (3)   Public and private day use picnic facilities;
      (4)   Public and private camp grounds (nonvehicular);
      (5)   Recreational vehicle parks;
      (6)   Residential structure for a caretaker to protect human life and property; and
      (7)   Oil and gas production activities within existing known fields, as identified by the California Division of Oil and Gas. (Policies 37 and 38)
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.13.3)
      (8)   Improved (paved) riding, hiking, biking and walking trails for North Shore at Mandalay Bay.
   (D)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.13.4)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2598, 2716)
SEC. 17-23.  RP, COASTAL RESOURCE PROTECTION, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the RP sub-zone is to protect, preserve and restore environmentally sensitive habitat areas within the coastal zone of the city.  The major resource or habitat areas within the city’s coastal zone include but are not limited to wetlands, sand dunes, riparian habitats, endangered species habitats and marine habitats.  Development within the RP sub-zone shall be consistent with Policies 6, 8, 10, 11, 12 and 13 of the certified Oxnard coastal land use plan, and Sections 30230, 30231, 30236 and 30240 of the 1976 Coastal Act.  Additionally, resource protection and development within North Shore at Mandalay Bay shall be consistent with LCP Land Use Plan Policy No. 10.1. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.14.1)
   (B)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses which are nonstructural in nature are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit, pursuant to the provisions of article V of this chapter:
      (1)   Formal ongoing education and scientific study;
      (2)   Formal ongoing light recreation activities (e.g., bird-watching or nature study);
      (3)   Primitive nonvehicular day use picnic facilities; and
      (4)   Diking, filling or dredging for restoration purposes only.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.14.2)
   (C)   RP sub-zone when used as an interim zoning designation -
      (1)   Undeveloped parcels of land designated with two or more sub-zone categories (including resource protection) on the land use maps of the Oxnard coastal land use plan shall be totally zoned RP on an interim basis until a specific plan is approved which is consistent with both the Oxnard coastal land use plan and all applicable provisions of this article.
      (2)   Where a sensitive resource area comprises only a part of a parcel or parcels under contiguous ownership, the city may permit an increase in the allowable density of the nonresource areas in return for the permanent preservation of the resource area.  Density increases shall only apply for allowable uses as designated by the land use map of the Oxnard coastal land use plan, and such density increases shall only be granted if the result will be less environmentally damaging than the project of permitted density.  Development adjacent to the resource area shall be sited and designed to mitigate any adverse impacts on the resource.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.14.3)
   (D)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.14.4)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2598, 2716)
SEC. 17-24.  HCI, HARBOR CHANNEL ISLANDS, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose -
      (1)   The purpose of the HCI sub-zone is to provide, protect and encourage commercial fishing, sport fishing, recreational boating, and related uses at the Channel Islands Harbor for both residents and nonresidents of the city.
      (2)   This sub-zone is designed to assure that other uses do not preclude these uses, while allowing visitor uses which are incidental or subordinate to the principally permitted uses, consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.1)
   (B)   Principally permitted uses - The principally permitted uses are commercial/sport fishing and recreational boating.  The following categories are subject to the approval of a coastal development permit, pursuant to the provisions of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Commercial sport fishing, launching, dry storage of boats, fish receiving and transferring facilities including storage, wholesale and retail sales, preparation for retail sales, and related office, hoist facilities, net drying and repair areas; and
      (2)   Recreational boating, launching, dry storage of boats, parking of boat trailers, washing of boats and saltwater engine cooling systems (where launching systems exist), boat and boat equipment sales, rentals, display, brokerage, charter offices, and minor repair.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.2)
   (C)   Secondary permitted uses - The following categories are subject to the approval of a development review permit, pursuant to the provisions of section 17-57 of this chapter.
      (1)   Visitor-serving uses:  When clearly subordinate in their physical character and incidental to principally permitted uses:  eating/drinking (serving alcoholic beverages) restaurant, cocktail lounge, eating/drinking (nonalcoholic) restaurant, café, fast-food facilities, marine and tourist-related retail shop, marine-related museum, tourist hotels and motels;
      (2)   Commercial fishing support, restroom, shower, laundry, caretaker's quarters, office, meeting room; and
      (3)   Other harbor-related uses:  bait and tackle sales, boating and yacht club and clubhouse, boat sales yard, marine electronics sales and repair, marine engineering sales and repair, marine fuel sales, marine hardware and chandlery, marine supply store, sailing or scuba school.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   Maximum building height:  two stories, not to exceed 25 feet.
      (2)   Minimum lot area:  2,400 square feet per dwelling unit.
      (3)   Front yard setback:  10 feet.
      (4)   Rear yard setback for lots abutting a public way or alley:  10 feet.  No setback is otherwise required.
      (5)   Side yard setback:
         (a)   Interior side yard:  none required.
         (b)   Street side yard:  10 feet.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.4)
   (E)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.5)
   (F)   Performance standards/special requirements - No conditional use shall be permitted which causes the amount of harbor area developed for visitor-serving uses not directly related to boating to exceed 30% of the total harbor land area.  As used in this division, “harbor area” means the land area of the Channel Islands Harbor owned and operated by the county, and neither just the land zoned “Harbor” nor the entire area of the city's Channel Islands Harbor LUP segment. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.15.6)
(Ord. No. 2095, 2716)
SEC. 17-25.  R-BF, BEACHFRONT RESIDENTIAL, SUB-ZONE.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of the R-BF sub-zone is to provide an area for beachfront residential development consisting primarily of single-family beachfront, located between the Pacific Ocean and the first public road parallel thereto. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.1)
   (B)   Permitted uses - The following are permitted uses in the R-BF sub-zone:
      (1)   Accessory buildings and structures;
      (2)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than six adults;
      (3)   Home occupations;
      (4)   Child care centers serving no more than six children;
      (5)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
      (6)   Large family day care homes that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440;
      (7)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than six persons; and
      (8)   Small residential health or care facilities that conform to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to dwellings of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.2)
   (C)   Conditionally permitted uses - The following uses are permitted subject to the approval of a coastal development permit pursuant to the provisions of article V:
      (1)   Single-family dwellings subject to the Oxnard Shores Settlement Agreement dated October 31, 1989, Doc. 89-174512, shall be approved by the director;
      (2)   Lot 1 duplex or multiple-family dwelling units either in separate buildings or combined in one or more main buildings with a maximum of six units per building;
      (3)   Public utility and municipal facilities;
      (4)   Adult day care facilities serving no more than 15 adults;
      (5)   Child care centers serving no more than 15 children;
      (6)   Congregate living health facilities of more than six beds; and
      (7)   Residential care facilities for the elderly serving no more than 15 persons.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.3)
   (D)   Property development standards -
      (1)   The minimum elevation of the bottom of the lowest structural member, with a shore parallel component greater than three feet in length, shall be +14.0 feet NGVD (national geodetic vertical datum), or one foot above the calculated maximum wave runup or wave crest elevation, whichever produces the highest elevation.  The maximum elevation of the bottom of the lowest shore parallel structural member shall be +17.0 feet NGVD, unless a coastal engineering report substantiates the need for a higher elevation based on wave runup and wave force ratio.
      (2)   For lots wider than 33 feet, two stories, not to exceed 22 feet from the bottom of the lowest shore parallel horizontal structural member to the highest peak of roof.  For lots less than 33 feet wide, three stories, not to exceed 30 feet from the bottom of the lowest shore parallel horizontal structural member to the highest peak of roof, for up to a maximum of 50% of any roof.  In no case shall the top of the roof elevation exceed +47.0 feet NGVD.  The remainder of the roof, where sloped, shall have a maximum average height of 27½ feet above the bottom of the lowest shore parallel structural member.  Where the remainder of the roof is a deck, the maximum average height of the top of the deck shall be 23 feet above the bottom of the lowest shore parallel structural member, exclusive of a railing not to exceed an additional four feet in height.
      (3)   Garage floors shall have a minimum elevation of +13.0 feet NGVD, and shall be high enough to provide a minimum downward slope of 2% for the driveway surface towards the street.
      (4)   Minimum lot width:  30 feet.
      (5)   Front yard setback:
         (a)   Defined.  The front yard shall be the area between the Pacific Ocean and the main structure.
         (b)   Required.
            (i)   Front yard setback:  0 feet.
            (ii)   Rear yard setback:  15 feet.  Minimum of 20 feet to center of garage door for back-out driveways,
      (6)   Side yard setback:  five feet for lots greater than 33 feet wide.  No side yard shall be required on one side of a lot where a five-foot side yard is provided on the other side for lots less than 33 feet wide.
      (7)   Accessory buildings:  shall observe same setback as main structure, shall be separated from main structure by a minimum of six feet, and shall not exceed one story in height.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.4)
   (E)   Special requirements -
      (1)   Off-street parking:  tandem driveway parking may be permitted for guest parking spaces for multiple-family dwelling units.
      (2)   Fencing:  no fences, walls, or hedges may be permitted as lot enclosures.
      (3)   Minimum distance between a garage door and the most parallel rear property line shall be 20 feet.
      (4)   Multi-family development requirements:
         (a)   Lot No. 1, Tract No. 4380, may be developed to a maximum of 12 multiple-family dwelling units.  There shall be no more than six attached dwelling units on pilings in any building cluster and there shall be a separation of at least 20 feet between building clusters.
         (b)   Maximum building height, front yard, rear yard, side yard, and accessory building property development standards as required in subsection (D) above shall apply to the multi-family development of Lot No. 1.
      (5)   All dwellings shall be constructed on pilings.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.5)
   (F)   Applicable provisions - All uses shall be subject to the applicable standards of this chapter, including standards contained in the following sections:
      (1)   Section 17-5, General requirements;
      (2)   Article III, Specific Coastal Development and Resource Standards;
      (3)   Article IV, General Coastal Development and Resource Standards; and
      (4)   Article V, Administration.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-2.16.6)
(Ord. No. 2169, 2314, 2671, 2716)
ARTICLE III.  SPECIFIC COASTAL DEVELOPMENT AND RESOURCE STANDARDS
SEC. 17-30.  PURPOSE.
   (A)   (1)   The purpose of this article is to provide specific standards designed to protect, maintain, and enhance coastal resources, consistent with the policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (2)   The standards identified in this article are organized under the following resource categories:
         (a)   Habitat areas, including but not limited to, wetlands, estuaries, streams, riparian habitats, lakes, and portions of open coastal waters;
         (b)   Diking, dredging, filling, and shoreline structures;
         (c)   Visual resources;
         (d)   Hazards, including significant geologic, seismic, beach erosion, storm wave run-up, and flooding;
         (e)   Service inventories relating to service capacities, and their allocation on a priority basis;
         (f)   Development and its impact on cultural resources;
         (g)   Industrial and energy development relating to exploration and production of oil and natural gas resources;
         (h)   Coastal access and recreation, to assure opportunities for public access to the Pacific Ocean and related recreational uses; and
         (i)   Housing, including demolition, conversion or replacement, and preservation of sound and safe housing.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.0.0)
   (B)   All development within the Oxnard Coastal Zone shall comply with the provisions of this article. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.0.1)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-31.  HABITAT AREAS.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of this section is to provide standards designed to protect and where possible restore Oxnard's environmentally sensitive habitat areas which include, but are not limited to: wetlands, estuaries, streams, riparian habitats, lakes and portions of open coastal waters.  Moreover, the water quality of the coastal zone containing these habitat areas shall be maintained and, where feasible, restored in a manner consistent with the standards contained in this section, other general and specific coastal development and resource standards contained in this chapter, as well as all applicable provisions and policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.1.1)
   (B)   Applicability and specific standards - All development within the Oxnard Coastal Zone which is in, adjacent to, or has an effect upon, an environmentally sensitive habitat area shall comply with the provisions of this section.  Refer to Policy Nos. 6, a, c, d, e, and f, and 10 a-g of the Oxnard coastal land use plan for specific standards. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.1.2)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)
SEC. 17-32.  DIKING, DREDGING, FILLING, AND SHORELINE STRUCTURES.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of this section is to provide standards regarding diking, dredging, filling, shoreline structure, and restoration activities within Oxnard's Coastal Zone, in a manner consistent with the standards contained in this section, other general and specific coastal development and resource standards contained in this chapter, as well as all applicable provisions and policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.2.1)
   (B)   Applicability and specific standards - All development and restoration projects located within, adjacent to, or having a direct affect upon Oxnard's Coastal Zone, shall comply with all provisions of this section.  Furthermore, diking and filling shall be limited to uses consistent with the provisions of article II (Coastal sub-zones) and shall be permitted only when no other less environmentally damaging alternative exists, and where feasible mitigation measures have been provided to minimize adverse environmental impacts.  Specific standards are contained in Policy Nos. 11, 12, 13 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.2.2)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2124, 2716)
SEC. 17-33.  VISUAL RESOURCES.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of this section is to provide standards to ensure that the scenic and visual qualities of Oxnard's Coastal Zone are considered and protected as a resource of public importance, in a manner consistent with the standards contained in this section and other general and specific coastal development and resource standards contained in this chapter, as well as all applicable provisions and policies and the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.3.1)
   (B)   Applicability and specific standards - All new development in Oxnard’s Coastal Zone shall be designed to protect views to and along the ocean and scenic coastal areas.  Specific standards are contained in Policy Nos. 37 and 38 of the Oxnard coastal land use plan as well as those contained in the Channel Islands Harbor Resubmittal. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.3.2)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2095, 2124, 2716)
SEC. 17-34.  WETLAND RESTORATION PLAN.
   (A)   The purpose of these procedures is to provide regulations for the development, content, review and approval of a required wetland restoration plan in conjunction with permitted wetland fills.
   (B)   These procedures shall apply to all wetland restoration as required by Policy Nos. 11, 12, and 6a-e of the Oxnard coastal land use plan.
      (1)   Whenever wetland restoration is required by the Oxnard coastal land use plan, a tentative wetland restoration plan shall be submitted to the development services department along with the required permit application for the related wetland fill.  The development services department shall not accept the tentative restoration plan for review if the plan does not comply with the form, information analysis, and other requirements for the content of a tentative restoration plan.
      (2)   The restoration plan shall include a detailed description that includes provisions for restoration to at least the minimum required standards of the Oxnard coastal land use plan and permanent protection of the restoration area.  The restoration plan shall also include a description of how the restoration project will provide equal or greater biological productivity in the area to be filled.
         (a)   A complete inventory and assessment of plant, fish and wildlife habitat values which would be affected by the filling, including:
            (i)   Any changes in plant and animal natural species diversity abundance, any composition and an assessment of how, if at all, these affect the long-term stability of the ecosystem (i.e., natural species, diversity, abundance and composition are generally unchanged as a result of the project);
            (ii)   Any impacts to rare or endangered species or their habitat;
            (iii)   Any impacts to a species or habitat essential to the natural biological functioning of the wetland or the estuary ecosystem; and
            (iv)   Any significant reduction to consumptive values, such as fishing, hunting, clamming, or nonconsumptive values, such as water quality and research opportunity values of the wetland or estuary ecosystem.
         (b)   A clear statement of the habitat restoration and management proposed, including how their plan will compensate for the habitat damage described in the resource inventory section in conformance with the required standards and to include development of specific biological criteria for the restoration site and design.
         (c)   A recommended restoration site and project design, including maps at a scale no greater than one inch = 200 feet.
         (d)   A preliminary proposal for the long-term management of the restoration project.
      (3)   Restoration shall occur simultaneously with project construction and be completed prior to commencement of operation of the proposed project.
      (4)   The commission shall review the tentative restoration plan in conjunction with the required coastal development permit.
      (5)   The applicant shall prepare a final restoration plan based on the city's approved or conditionally approved tentative restoration plan.  In addition, the final plan shall include all of the following:
         (a)   A complete statement of the restoration objectives.
         (b)   A complete description of the restoration site including a map of the project site, at a mapping scale no smaller than one inch = 200 feet.
         (c)   A complete restoration description including scaled, detailed diagrams, and including:
            (i)   A grading plan depicting any alterations to topography, natural landforms, and drainage channels and areas where existing fill and debris will be removed;
            (ii)   A vegetation plan including a list of plant species to be eliminated and a list of plant species to be introduced on the restoration site, and describing the methods and proposing a schedule for eliminating and establishing vegetation;
            (iii)   A clear statement of when restoration work will commence and be completed;
            (iv)   Provisions of public access, where appropriate, for public recreation, scientific, and educational use; and
            (v)   Other measures necessary to achieve restoration objectives and to protect the restoration site from adverse impacts of adjacent development and use.
            (vi)   Provisions for mosquito and vector control.
            (vii)   Provisions for long-term management of the restoration site. The final plan shall describe the applicant's responsibilities in assuring that the project will be successful, including monitoring and evaluation, and that the restored area is maintained consistent with the plan's restoration objectives.
            (viii)   Provisions for making repairs or modifications to the restoration site necessary to meet the project objectives. The final plan shall provide either that the restoration site shall be owned in fee by an agency or nonprofit organization having among its principal purposes the conservation and management of fish and wildlife, or other habitat resources, or shall provide for dedication of an open space or conservation easement over the restoration area to such an agency or organization.
      (6)   Review and approval of final restoration plan:
         (a)   Following staff review of the final restoration plan for conformance with the approved or conditionally approved tentative restoration plan, the director shall determine if the final restoration plan is in substantial conformance with the approved tentative plan.
         (b)   The director shall give notice of final restoration plan submittal in accordance with the requirements of section 17-58.
         (c)   The director's determination that the final restoration plan is in substantial conformance with the approved tentative plan, may be appealed pursuant to the appeals procedures of section 17-58.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.3.3)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2095, 2124, 2716)
SEC. 17-35.  HAZARDS.
   (A)   Purpose - The purpose of this section is to provide standards to minimize risks to life and property in areas of high geologic, seismic, beach erosion, storm wave run-up and flood hazards in a manner consistent with the standards contained in this section and other general and specific coastal development and resource standards contained in this chapter, as well as all applicable provisions and policies of the Oxnard coastal land use plan. 
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.4.1)
   (B)   Applicability and specific standards -
      (1)   All development shall ensure stability and structural integrity and neither create nor contribute significantly to erosion, geologic instability or destruction of the site or surrounding area or in any way require the construction of protective devices that would substantially alter natural land forms along the coast.
      (2)   Specific standards are contained in Policy Nos. 39 and 40 of the Oxnard coastal land useplan.
(`64 Code, Sec. 37-3.4.2)
(Ord. No. 2034, 2716)