Permitted Use Table: Planned Development Districts
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Use1 |
PDR | PRD | PDMR | PDC | PDI | PDBP | PDGC |

Permitted Use Table: Planned Development Districts
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Use1 |
PDR | PRD | PDMR | PDC | PDI | PDBP | PDGC |

Retail Sales and Rentals | |||||||

Accessory uses, incidental to principal use | P | CUP | P | CUP | CUP | CUP | CUP |

Automobile sales (new and used vehicles) | NP | NP | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Boat and recreational vehicle sales | NP | NP | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Convenience stores with gas services | NP | NP | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Fuel (gasoline, diesel, propane) service | NP | P17 |
NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

General merchandise | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | P |

Grocery stores, supermarket and bakeries | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Home appliances and home furnishings | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Liquor stores | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Outlet mall | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Office residence | NP | CUP | NP | CUP4 | CUP4 | CUP4 | CUP4 |

Pet stores, including pet food and supplies | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Second-hand merchandise in an enclosed building | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Recreation and Entertainment | |||||||

Adult entertainment2 |
NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Art studios | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Assembly hall | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Billiard hall | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Bowling alley | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Carnivals, circuses, and similar uses12 |
NP | TUP | TUP | TUP | TUP | TUP | TUP |

Fraternal lodges | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Golf courses | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | P |

Government and commercial facilities associated with administration and management of visitor and recreation activities | NP | P | NP | NP | NP | NP | P |

Libraries | CUP | CUP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Motion picture theaters (indoor) and associated accessory retail uses | NP | P | NP | P | CUP | NP | NP |

Museums | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

On-site sale and consumption of alcohol | NP | P | NP | P | NP | P | P |

Outdoor musical entertainment3 |
NP | CUP | NP | CUP | CUP | CUP | CUP |

Recreation and active play areas/fields (public and private) and associated accessory retail uses | NP | P | CUP | CUP | NP | NP | CUP |

Recreational facilities | NP | P | NP | P | CUP | CUP | CUP |

Restaurants | NP | P11 |
NP | P | CUP | CUP | P11 |

Theaters | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Personal Services | |||||||

Adult education facility | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | NP |

Barbers and beauty salons | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | CUP |

Cemetery | CUP | NP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Day care | CUP | P | CUP | CUP | NP | CUP | CUP |

Dog grooming | NP | CUP | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Dog/cat boarding | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Fitness studios | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | CUP |

Interior decoration, fabrication and sales | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Laundries and dry cleaners | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Massage therapy | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | CUP |

Photos studios, equipment, supplies and service copy centers | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Shoe repair | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Sight-seeing tours with associated parking | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Veterinary clinic7 |
NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Treatment/counseling facilities | NP | NP | NP | CUP14 |
NP | NP | NP |

Group homes | CUP15 |
NP | CUP15 |
NP | NP | NP | NP |

Professional Services and General Commercial | |||||||

Ambulance service | NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | CUP |

Appliance repair | NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | CUP |

Auto/boat service stations (without body repair) | NP | NP | NP | P6, 9 |
NP | NP | NP |

Banking and financial services | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Bus line deposits | NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Churches and accessory uses, including convents and parish houses | P | NP | P | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Clinics | NP | P | NP | P | NP | NP | P |

Indoor manufacturing | NP | NP | NP | NP | P | NP | CUP |

Indoor storage and warehousing | NP | NP | NP | P | P | NP | NP |

Medical and dental facilities | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | NP |

Motel/hotel | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | CUP |

Mortuaries | P | NP | P | P | NP | NP | NP |

Newspaper printing | NP | CUP9 |
NP | CUP9 |
P | NP | NP |

Offices | NP | P | NP | P | CUP | P | NP |

Outdoor display | NP | CUP | NP | CUP | NP | NP | CUP |

Outdoor storage | NP | NP | NP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP |

Outlet mall | P | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP |

Paint spray (indoor) | NP | NP | NP | CUP | P | NP | NP |

Radio and television stations | NP | CUP | NP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP |

RV storage | NP | NP | NP | NP | CUP | NP | NP |

Schools: beauty, dancing, business, gymnastic | NP | P | NP | P | NP | CUP | CUP |

Self-service storage | NP | NP | NP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP |

Sign sales and limited fabrication | NP | NP | NP | CUP | P | NP | NP |

Small engine/personal watercraft repair (indoor)8, 9 |
NP | CUP | NP | CUP | P | NP | NP |

Vehicle detailing8 |
NP | NP | NP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP |

Wholesale supplies | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Residential Land Use | |||||||

Single-family dwelling | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Single-family manufactured homes | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Accessory buildings and uses incidental to the principal use | P | CUP | P | CUP | CUP | CUP | CUP |

Bed and breakfast homestay | P | NP | P | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Dormitories | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Duplex | NP | NP | P | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Manufactured home park and accessory laundry and recreational facilities | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Temporary offices, travel trailers, construction sheds, etc.10 |
CUP | CUP | CUP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

Apartments/multiple family | NP | P18 |
P | CUP | NP | NP | NP |

Residential shelter/school16 |
CUP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP | NP |

P = Permitted NP = Not Permitted CUP = Conditional Use Permit TUP = Temporary Use Permit | |||||||

Notes: | |||||||

1. Commercial uses are restricted to closed buildings unless approved with a conditional use permit. | |||||||

2. To obtain a conditional use permit, the adult entertainment business shall not be closer than 1,000 feet from the boundaries of a residential zoning district or from the property lines of any public or private school, public park or playground, or church or non-commercial establishment owned or operated by a bona fide religious organization. The business shall not be located within 2,000 feet of any other two adult businesses and shall display no sign visible from the exterior except for a sign identifying the business as an adult entertainment business. The business shall exclude persons less than 18 years of age from its premises. No materials depicting sexual activities or specified anatomical areas shall be visible from the exterior of the business. All distances shall be measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures or objects, from the property line of the business to the nearest property line of another adult entertainment business, school, church, public facility, residential district or other use facility specified in this regulation. | |||||||

3. The conditional use permit will be personal to the individual and applicable to only one location. The permit is not transferable. The permit is subject to an annual review. Outdoor musical entertainment will not be permitted in the public right-of-way. The entertainment will be limited to the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. No retail or wholesale over-the-counter sale of goods are permitted to be sold in conjunction with the entertainment, other than the products or services being provided by the permitted business, unless accompanied by an Arizona Transaction Privilege Tax License. The performer will not use any flammable items, fireworks, electronic light displays, or laser-operated device. Outdoor musical entertainment shall be restricted to music or singing which is not excessive or disturbing to the community as prescribed by § 130.01. If the sound is of sufficient volume and duration that it would cause discomfort or annoyance to a reasonable person of normal sensitivities, it shall be prohibited. | |||||||

4. Before granting a CUP, the Commission shall (1) determine that the use is incidental and subordinate to the principal use; (2) only one office residence shall be granted per lot; (3) adequate off-street parking is provided; (4) the accessory residence must be an integral part of the primary commercial structure and may not exceed 50% of building floor area, with a maximum accessory residence size of 1,000 square feet. | |||||||

5. All vehicles being displayed outdoors must be screened by a three feet high solid wall. Landscaping may be substituted for the solid wall. The landscaping must be three feet high and three feet deep, with provisions for maintenance. | |||||||

6. Service and repair within this district for boats exceeding nine feet in width and 30 feet in length are not permitted. | |||||||

7. No animals under care may be housed outside. | |||||||

8. Service bay doors may not front Lake Powell Boulevard. | |||||||

9. Service bay doors for service stations and repair facilities may not face residential neighborhoods. | |||||||

10. During the construction of a dwelling on a lot, but not exceeding 12 months with a valid building permit. | |||||||

11. Restaurants - drive-thru service will be permitted with the requirement that drive-thru service windows not face Highway 89, Lake Powell Boulevard or Scenic View Road and shall be screened from roadways with solid structures made of similar materials that match the main structure. | |||||||

12. For events on city property a special events permit is required. | |||||||

13. No outdoor boarding of animals. Outdoor runs permitted between 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. only. | |||||||

14. Residential uses may be permitted in conjunction with a treatment/counseling facility. All similar facilities shall be separated by 1,000 feet, measured in a straight line in any direction of the lot line of another such facility. | |||||||

15. No more than ten persons at any one time shall reside in the group home and shall be subject to all applicable licenses required by city, state or federal agencies. All similar facilities shall be separated by 1,000 feet, measured in a straight line in any direction of the lot line of another such facility. | |||||||

16. Residential shelters shall include living quarters (long or short term), office facilities, counseling and other directly related activities and shall be subject to all applicable licenses required by the city, state or federal agencies. All similar facilities shall be separated by 1,000 feet measured in a straight line in any direction of the lot line of another such facility. Shelters shall not include treatment facilities. Residential shelter permits may run with the land or applicant. School facilities permitted in this district may be public, private or charter with a curriculum similar to public schools meeting state or federal educational requirements. | |||||||

17. Fuel service stations shall not be permitted in development projects of less than 39 acres. Not more than one fuel service station will be permitted in development projects of 29 acres or larger. The fuel service station must be a part of a single development project and fit within the overall design theme of the development and be incidental to a larger business. Gasoline pumps may not be located directly on Highway 89 or Lake Powell Boulevard and must comply with the gateway area plan and other applicable codes and regulations. Fuel service in the PRD District shall not include truck stops or convenience stores. | |||||||

18. Apartments/multiple-family - shall be a permitted use with a requirement that all units be tenant owned. | |||||||

(Ord. 648-18, passed 11-28-2018)