§ 82.06.050  Industrial and Special Purpose Land Use Zoning District Subdivision Standards.
   (a)   Each subdivision shall comply with the minimum parcel size requirements shown in Tables 82-18A, 82-18B and 82-18C for the applicable land use zoning district.
   (b)   The minimum parcel size requirements for a specific subdivision are determined by the review authority as part of subdivision approval.  The review authority may require one or more parcels within a specific subdivision to be larger than the minimums required by these tables based on potential environmental impacts, the physical characteristics of the site or surrounding parcels, and/or other factors.
   (c)   See also the standards in § 83.02.050 (Parcel Area Measurements and Exceptions).
 
Table 82-18A
Industrial and Special Purpose Land Use Zoning District Minimum Lot Size
Valley Region
Land Use Zoning District
Minimum Lot Area
Minimum Lot Dimensions
Minimum Width
Minimum Depth
Maximum Width to Depth Ratio
IC
5 acres(1)
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:3
IR
5 acres(1)
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:3
IN
None required
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:4
SD
20 acres(2)(3) (4)
60 ft.
100 ft.
Lot of less than 10 acres - 1:3; Lot of 10 acres or more - 1:4
Notes:
(1)   Minimum lot area may be less than specified if the subdivision application is filed concurrently with a Planned Development or Conditional Use Permit application.
(2)   Except where modified by map suffix.
(3)   A suffix may be added to a Special Development Land Use Zoning District to emphasize the focus of a specific SD zone. A “RES” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on residential development while still allowing commercial uses. A “COM” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on commercial development while still allowing some residential uses. An “IND” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on industrial development while still allowing other mixed uses. Also, a map suffix may allow minimum lot area to be less than 5 acres (e.g., SD-5 = Special Development with a five-acre minimum lot area).  A map suffix may also indicate maximum dwelling units per acre (e.g., SD-3/1 = Special Development with a maximum density of three dwelling units per acre).
(4)   A Final Development Plan may approve lot sizes smaller than those specified by the land use zoning district.  The combination of open spaces and concentrations of smaller lot areas shall be compatible with the land uses on surrounding properties.
 
 
Table 82-18B
Industrial and Special Purpose District Minimum Lot Size
Mountain Region
Land Use Zoning District
Minimum Lot Area
Minimum Lot Dimensions
Minimum Width
Minimum Depth
Maximum Width to Depth Ratio
IC
5 acres(1)
60 ft. for interior lot; 70 ft. for corner lot
100 ft.
1:3
IR
5 acres(1)
60 ft. for interior lot; 70 ft. for corner lot
100 ft.
1:3
IN
None required
60 ft. for interior lot; 70 ft. for corner lot
100 ft.
1:3
SD
5 acres(2) (3) (4)
60 ft.
100 ft.
Lot of less than 10 acres - 1:3; Lot of 10 acres or more - 1:4
Notes:
(1)   Minimum lot area may be less than specified if the subdivision application is filed concurrently with a Planned Development or Conditional Use Permit application.
(2)   Except where modified by map suffix.
(3)   A suffix may be added to a Special Development Land Use Zoning District to emphasize the focus of a specific SD zone. A “RES” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on residential development while still allowing commercial uses. A “COM” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on commercial development while still allowing some residential uses. An “IND” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on industrial development while still allowing other mixed uses. Also, a map suffix may allow minimum lot area to be less than 5 acres (e.g., SD-5 = Special Development with a five-acre minimum lot area).  A map suffix may also indicate maximum dwelling units per acre (e.g., SD-3/1 = Special Development with a maximum density of three dwelling units per acre).
(4)   A Final Development Plan may approve lot sizes smaller than those specified by the land use zoning district.  The combination of open spaces and concentrations of smaller lot areas shall be compatible with the land uses on surrounding properties.
 
 
Table 82-18C
Industrial and Special Purpose District Minimum Lot Size
Desert Region
Land Use Zoning District
Minimum Lot Area
Minimum Lot Dimensions
Minimum Width
Minimum Depth
Maximum Width to Depth Ratio
IC
5 acres (1)
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:3
IR
5 acres (1)
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:3
IN
None required
60 ft.
100 ft.
1:3
SD
5 acres(2) (3) (4)
60 ft.
100 ft.
Lot of less than 10 acres - 1:3; Lot of 10 acres or more - 1:4
Notes:
(1)   Minimum lot area may be less than specified if the subdivision application is filed concurrently with a Planned Development or Conditional Use Permit application.
(2)   Except where modified by map suffix.
(3)   A suffix may be added to a Special Development Land Use Zoning District to emphasize the focus of a specific SD zone. A “RES” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on residential development while still allowing commercial uses. A “COM” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on commercial development while still allowing some residential uses. An “IND” suffix would indicate that the focus of the zone is on industrial development while still allowing other mixed uses. Also, a map suffix may allow minimum lot area to be less than 5 acres (e.g., SD-5 = Special Development with a five-acre minimum lot area).  A map suffix may also indicate maximum dwelling units per acre (e.g., SD-3/1 = Special Development with a maximum density of three dwelling units per acre).
(4)   A Final Development Plan may approve lot sizes smaller than those specified by the land use zoning district.  The combination of open spaces and concentrations of smaller lot areas shall be compatible with the land uses on surrounding properties.
 
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4043, passed - -2008; Am. Ord. 4098, passed - -2010)