C-3 Highway Interchange Commercial District
1137.01   Purpose.
1137.02   Uses.
1137.03   Lot requirements.
1137.04   Yard requirements.
1137.05   Parking and loading requirements.
1137.06   Gasoline service stations.
1137.07   Outdoor display and storage areas.
1137.08   Site plan approval required.
      Supplementary regulations - see P. & Z. Ch. 1151
      Conditional zoning certificates - see P. & Z. Ch. 1153
      Parking and loading requirements - see P. & Z. Ch. 1155
      Nonconforming uses - see P. & Z. Ch. 1157
      Sign regulations - see P. & Z. Ch. 1159
      Site plan review - see P. & Z. Ch. 1152
   1137.01  PURPOSE.
   The C-3 Highway Interchange Commercial District is established to provide for uses which are compatible only with highway travel and the accommodation of all night and rest stop services. The purpose of this District is not the establishment or encouragement of local or regional shopping areas which would inhibit the use of the interchange for its primary purpose of access between several highways and local roads. Where possible, access roads with controlled egress and ingress to highways and local roads should be encouraged.
(Ord. 1981-40. Passed 3-23-81.)
   1137.02  USES.
   (a)    Principal Uses.
      (1)    Gasoline service stations subject to Section 1137.07 in addition to all other applicable requirements for permitted uses.
      (2)    Garage and automotive repair.
      (3)    Motels and hotels.
      (4)    Refreshment stand.
      (5)    Restaurant and dining facilities.
      (6)    Passenger transportation agency and terminal.
      (7)    Fuel, food and goods distribution station, but excluding coal and coke and bulk storage.
      (8)    Plant greenhouse.
      (9)    Private indoor recreation facilities including bowling alleys, tennis clubs and racquetball courts and similar indoor recreational facilities.
      (10)    New and used car sales.
      (11)    Car rental agencies. 
(Ord. 1994-113.  Passed 11-28-94.)
   (b)    Conditional Uses. The Planning and Zoning Commission may issue conditional zoning certificates for uses listed herein subject to the requirements of Chapter 1153:
      (1)    Public utility services and pertinent structures including utility substation and transformers, but excluding office buildings and storage distribution facilities.
      (2)   Private outdoor recreation and entertainment, including amusement facilities, drive-in theaters, golf driving ranges and miniature golf courses.
      (3)    Oil, gas and brine wells, drilling and operations necessary for their extraction, storage and skimming.
      (4)    Building materials, sales yard and lumber yard, including mill work, provided such mill work is conducted within a completely enclosed building.
      (5)    Trailer and farm implement sales and services and storage, both new and used.
      (6)    Adult Entertainment Use as defined in Section 1153.20(b)(1) through (3).
         (Ord. 2004-143.  Passed 9-27-04.)
(c)    Accessory Uses.
      (1)    Accessory buildings and uses clearly incidental to the principal uses on the same premises.
(2)    Signs as regulated by Chapter 1159 of this Zoning Ordinance.
         (Ord. 1994-113. Passed 11-28-94)
   (a)    The maximum building height shall be thirty-four feet.
   (b)    The minimum lot frontage shall be fifty feet.
   (c)    The minimum lot area shall be 10,000 square feet.
(Ord. 1981-40. Passed 3-23-81.)
   (a)    Minimum Front Yard Depth. Adjacent to Industrial or Commercial District: fifty feet. Adjacent to Residential District: fifty feet.
   (b)    Minimum Rear Yard Depth. Adjacent to Industrial or Commercial District: twenty-five feet. Adjacent to Residential District: forty feet.
   (c)    Minimum Side Yard Depth. Adjacent to Industrial or Commercial District: twenty feet. Adjacent to Residential District: seventy-five feet.
(Ord. 1981-40. Passed 3-23-81.)
   Parking and loading requirements shall be as regulated by Chapter 1155.
(Ord. 1981-40. Passed 3-23-81.)
   Gasoline service stations in the C-3 District shall be developed pursuant to the regulations of Section 1153.23.
(Ord. 1994-113. Passed 11-28-94.)
   Outdoor display and storage areas may be provided in C-3 Districts pursuant to the following regulations:
   (a)    Outdoor sale, storage and display of foods, supplies and equipment (limited to those sold or used on the premises) are permitted to the extent appropriate to the permitted use, provided that no such activity is located in any required yard or other required open space.
   (b)    All goods, supplies or equipment shall be screened from any adjacent residential lot and from any street right-of-way by a substantially solid wall or fence specified in Section 1151.23(b).
   (c)    Outdoor display and storage areas shall be maintained in a neat and orderly fashion.
   (d)    The site plan, submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission pursuant to Section 1152, shall indicate:
      (1)    The area to be used for outdoor display/storage.
      (2)    Proposed fence locations
   (e)    Outdoor storage and/or display areas shall not cover more than fifteen percent of the site area.
   (f)    Shall not be located in areas intended for vehicular or pedestrian traffic circulation according to the site plan.
   (g)    Special sidewalk sale by permit only. See Chapter 723 of the Codified Ordinances.
      (Ord. 1994-113. Passed 11-28-94.)
   Site plans of the development shall be subject to, submitted to and approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission to insure compliance with the standards set forth in this Zoning Ordinance.