§ 160.243  ACCESSORY USES.
   A use shall be accessory to a building or premises that is customarily incidental and subordinate to any principal use allowed as a BCF3 form. Permitted special. The following accessory uses include additional restrictions for each specific use. A conditional use with standards within §§ 160.605 et seq. (Conditional Use) may be obtained when the standards for a permitted special accessory use cannot be obtained.
   (a)    Heliport.
      (1)   Hard-surfaced site-landing site.
      (2)   Landing pad must be constructed in a way that the public may not be able to access the site.
   (b)    Drive-through service window.
      (1)   Sufficient room for drive-through stacking per § 160.555 (Stacking and Queuing).
   (c)    Parking ramps.
      (1)   Parking ramps shall be constructed in a manner that will cause a minimum amount of impact on adjacent residential uses.
      (2)   Limit height of the ramp so that adjacent properties are not deprived of sunlight.
      (3)   Locate in an area where traffic to and from the site is not on a local or residential street.
      (4)   Must be placed beyond 500 feet of any AD or DD forms.
      (5)   Care should be taken so that any lighting of the facility should be of a type which would not reflect onto the adjacent residential area.
   (d)    Accessory alcohol.
      (1)   Must be incidental and subordinate portion of the operations of the business. Does not include restaurants.
      (2)   Beyond 100 feet to sensitive land uses.
   (e)    Off-site parking.
      (1)   The accessory off-site parking must be within 250 feet of the application's principal use.
      (2)   The accessory off-site parking must be no closer than 250 feet to any DD or AD forms.
      (3)   If the off-site parking lot is across an arterial street, a pedestrian safety plan must be approved by the planning director.
(Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013)