§ 82.06.060  Industrial and Special Purpose Land Use Zoning District Site Planning and Building Standards.
   (a)   Site Layout and Building Standards.  Subdivisions, new land uses and structures, and alterations to existing land uses and structures, shall be designed, constructed, and established in compliance with the requirements in Tables, 82-19A and B, 82-20A and B, 82-21A and B, in addition to the applicable standards (e.g., landscaping, parking and loading, etc.) in Division 3 (Countywide Development Standards), and Division 4 (Standards for Specific Land Uses and Activities).
 
Table 82-19A
IC and IR Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Valley Region
Development Feature
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
IC Community Industrial
IR Regional Industrial
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapter 83.02 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Street side
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.(1)
10 ft.(1)
   Rear
10 ft.(2)
10 ft.(2)
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.45:1
.55:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
85 percent
85 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures. See § 83.02.040  (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
75 ft.
150 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Only one side yard setback is required to provide for emergency access.  If the adjacent lot is not designated commercial or industrial, a side yard shall be required along that side of the lot.
(2)   A rear yard setback is required only when the adjacent property is not designated commercial or industrial.
 
 
Table 82-19B
IN and SD Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Valley Region
Development Feature
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
IN Institutional
SD Special Development
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses)
1 unit per 40 acres(1)
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses)
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapters 83.05 and 83.06 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Street side
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.
10 ft.
   Rear
10 ft.
10 ft.
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.75:1
.5:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
80 percent
80 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures.  See § 83.02.040 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
150 ft.
50 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Except where modified by a map suffix or when a Planned Development application has bee approved establishing a different density.
 
   (b)   Industrial Land Use Zoning District Additional Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
   (c)   SD District Additional Standards.
      (1)   Performance Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
      (2)   Alternate Standards.  A Final Development Plan may establish different design standards including accessory sign standards.
      (3)   Development Plan Standards.  Development Plan standards shall apply in lieu of conflicting standards in this Development Code.  All standards established by this Development Code that do not conflict with the Development Plan standards shall apply to the project.
 
Table 82-20A
IC and IR Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Mountain Region
Development Feature
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
IC Community Industrial
IR Regional Industrial
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapters 83.05 and 83.06 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
15 ft.
15 ft.
   Side - Street side
15 ft.
15 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.(1)
10 ft.(1)
   Rear
10 ft.(2)
10 ft.(2)
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.4:1
.4:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
85 percent
85 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures.  See § 83.02.040 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
45 ft.
45 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Only one side yard setback is required to provide for emergency access.  If the adjacent lot is not designated commercial or industrial, a side yard shall be required along that side of the lot.
(2)   A rear yard setback is required only when the adjacent property is not designated commercial or industrial.
 
 
Table 82-20B
IN and SD Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Mountain Region
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
Development Feature
IN Institutional
SD Special Development
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
1 unit per 40 acres(1); Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses)
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapter 83.02 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
15 ft.
15 ft.
   Side - Street side
15 ft.
15 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.
10 ft.
   Rear
10 ft.
10 ft.
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.5:1
.3:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
80 percent
80 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures.  See § 83.02.040 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
30 ft.
35 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Except where modified by a map suffix or when a Planned Development application has bee approved establishing a different density.
 
   (b)   Industrial Land Use Zoning District Additional Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
   (c)   SD Land Use Zoning District Additional Standards.
      (1)   Performance Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
      (2)   Alternate Standards.  A Final Development Plan may establish different design standards including accessory sign standards.
      (3)   Development Plan Standards.  Development Plan standards shall apply in lieu of conflicting standards in this Development Code.  All standards established by this Development Code that do not conflict with the Development Plan standards shall apply to the project.
 
Table 82-21A
IC and IR Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Desert Region
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
Development Feature
IC Community Industrial
IR Regional Industrial
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses)
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapter 83.02 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Street side
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.(1)
10 ft.(1)
   Rear
10 ft.(2)
10 ft.(2)
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.4:1
.6:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
85 percent
85 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures.  See § 83.02.040 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
50 ft.(3)
75 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Only one side yard setback is required to provide for emergency access.  If the adjacent lot is not designated commercial or industrial, a side yard shall be required along that side of the lot.
(2)   A rear yard setback is required only when the adjacent property is not designated commercial or industrial.
(3)   In the Phelan/Pinon Hills Community Plan area, the maximum height is 35 ft.
 
 
Table 82-21B
IN and SD Land Use Zoning District Development Standards
Desert Region
Requirement by Land Use Zoning District
Development Feature
IN Institutional
SD Special Development
Density
Maximum housing density.  The actual number of units allowed will be determined by the County through subdivision or planning permit approval, as applicable.
   Maximum density
Accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
1 unit per 40 acres(1); accessory dwellings as allowed by Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses)
Setbacks
Minimum setbacks required.  See Chapter 83.02 for exceptions, reductions, and encroachments.  See Division 5 for any setback requirements applicable to specific land uses.
   Front
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Street side
25 ft.
25 ft.
   Side - Interior (each)
10 ft.
10 ft.
   Rear
10 ft.
10 ft.
Floor area ratio (FAR)
Maximum floor area ratio (FAR) allowed.
   Maximum FAR
.5:1
.3:1
Lot coverage
Maximum percentage of the total lot area that may be covered by structures and impervious surfaces.
   Maximum coverage
80 percent
80 percent
Height limit
Maximum allowed height of structures.  See § 83.02.040 (Height Limits and Exceptions) for height measurement requirements, and height limit exceptions.
   Maximum height
50 ft.
35 ft.
Accessory structures
See Chapter 84.01 (Accessory Structures and Uses).
Infrastructure
See Chapter 83.09 (Infrastructure Improvement Standards).
Landscaping
See Chapter 83.10 (Landscaping Standards).
Parking
See Chapter 83.11 (Parking Regulations).
Signs
See Chapter 83.13 (Sign Regulations).
Notes:
(1)   Except where modified by a map suffix or when a Planned Development application has bee approved establishing a different density.
 
   (b)   Industrial Land Use Zoning District Additional Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
   (c)   SD Land Use Zoning District Additional Standards.
      (1)   Performance Standards.  Performance standards establishing acceptable levels of noise, vibration, air pollution, glare, and other possible pollutants are in Chapter 83.01 (General Performance Standards).
      (2)   Alternate Standards.  A Final Development Plan may establish different design standards including accessory sign standards.
      (3)   Development Plan Standards.  Development Plan standards shall apply in lieu of conflicting standards in this Development Code.  All standards established by this Development Code that do not conflict with the Development Plan standards shall apply to the project.
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4057, passed - - 2008)