§ 84.02.030  Location and Buffer Requirements.
   (a)   Adult businesses shall only be established in the General Commercial (CG) or Community Industrial (IC) land use zoning districts and shall be subject to the location and design standards specified by this Chapter, and the approval of an Adult Business Regulatory Permit in compliance with Chapter 85.21 (Adult Business Regulatory Permit).
   (b)   Required Separation Distance from Other Uses.  An adult business shall not be established or located within:
      (1)   Five hundred feet of the following:
         (A)   Any County or city land use zoning district that contains the words “Residence” or “Residential” within its title.
         (B)   Any city land use zoning district that permits residential development (other than caretakers residences) by right, including city pre-zoning of unincorporated lands for which an annexation has been filed with, accepted by, and is being actively processed by LAFCO prior to the effective date of this Chapter.
         (C)   Any place of worship as defined in § 810.01.170.
         (D)   Any school as defined in § 84.02.020.
         (E)   Any park as defined in § 84.02.020.
      (2)   Two hundred fifty feet of the following:
         (A)   Any residential use located within a County land use zoning district that contains the words “Rural Living.”
         (B)   Any residential use located within the IC land use zoning district.
   (c)   Separation of Adult Businesses.  An adult business shall not be established or located within 1,000 feet of an existing adult business. If two or more existing adult businesses are located in closer proximity to each other than 1,000 feet, then in determining which of the businesses is or are nonconforming, preference shall be given in the order of the respective lengths of continuous uninterrupted operation of the businesses.
   (d)   Distance Measurement.  For the purposes of this Chapter, distances shall be measured in a straight line, without regard to intervening structures, from the nearest point of the parcel on which the adult business is or will be located to the nearest property line of a land use or land use zoning district described in Subdivision (a) of this Section, or to the nearest point of the structure in which an adult business described in Subdivision (b), of this Section, is located.
(Ord. 4011, passed 2007; Am. Ord. 4239, passed - -2014)