4.9.3.  CIVIC USE GROUP
   A.   Cemetery
      1.   The use must be to, or an extension of, an existing cemetery.
      2.   A minimum of one for a pet cemetery and five for a human cemetery is required.
      3.   All shall be at least 100 feet from any .
      4.   The use is limited to the storage of cremated remains in a columbarium.
   B.   Correctional Use
      1.   Minimum Required /
         a.   One ;
         b.   Five ;
         c.   Ten ;
         d.   15 ; and,
         e.   30 .
      2.   Maximum Number of Beds
         a.   The maximum number of beds permitted is 40.
         b.   The number of beds permitted is calculated by dividing the area of the by 2,200 square feet, with a maximum permitted capacity of 40.
         c.   The maximum number of beds permitted is 60, with no more than 40 offenders in the Custodial Facility and no more than 20 offenders in the Supervision Facility.
         d.   The maximum number of beds permitted is 1,250.
      3.   Separation
      A Correctional Use shall be separated from other public or private Correctional Uses, Rehabilitation Service Uses, and Shelter Care Uses, as determined by the in which the Correctional Use is located. The applicant for a Correctional Use shall provide documentation of compliance with the required separation distances.
         a.   1,200 feet;
         b.   1,200 feet from a Supervision Facility, Rehabilitation Service, or Shelter Care and four miles from a Custodial Facility or a Jail or Prison; and,
         c.   1,200 feet from a Supervision Facility, Rehabilitation Service, or Shelter Care; four miles from a Custodial Facility; and five miles from a Jail or Prison.
      4.   Minimum Interior Yard
      Minimum interior yard are required for any , including a fenced , and are measured to the .
         a.   50 feet;
         b.   100 feet; and,
         c.   500 feet.
      5.   
      The maximum permitted is 50 feet, except for guard towers, which may be up to 60 feet in height.
      6.    Location
      The shall be located at least 300 feet from the to a line of R-3 or , or for where Section 4.9.3.B.10, Prison Clustering Provisions, is applicable, the 300-foot does not apply to residentially zoned property used for a prison or jail or to residentially zoned property used as a public or railroad .
      7.   Management Plan
      The applicant must submit to the Zoning Administrator and the Police Department a management plan describing the management and operation of the facility including, names and addresses of the entities that own the facility and manage the program; name and address of local responsible ; name and phone number of the responsible contracting agency; names and locations of existing facilities owned or operated by the ownership or management entities; length of the contract period; types of offenders housed; number and qualifications of the staff of the facility; and an emergency plan which details how the facility will deal with emergencies and how and under what circumstances contact is made with local emergency and safety officials. Additionally, a plan for perimeter security shall be filed with the management plan. Any changes or amendments to the management plan and any change in ownership or management must be filed with the Zoning Administrator and the Police Department.
      8.   Licensure
      If licensing is required for the use, proof of such licensure shall be provided prior to the issuance of a certificate of occupancy for the use. If licensure is not required, the applicant shall provide documentation to that effect.
      9.   Loudspeakers
      Outdoor speakers are prohibited.
      10.   Prison Clustering Provisions
         a.   A minimum of 150 is required.
         b.   The shall be located within one-half mile of at least one jail or prison facility owned and operated by the or government, and the jail or prison has a minimum design capacity of 500 beds.
         c.   The shall not adversely affect or surrounding neighborhoods. Adverse effects can be substantially mitigated through the application of additional conditions.
   C.   Cultural Use
   Cultural Uses are subject to the following use specific standards and cannot be modified with a variance. The applicant may request a modification or exception to the use specific standard from the Mayor and Council. The Mayor and Council can modify the standards for a specific where there is substantial with the intent of the use specific standards:
      1.   The use shall be at least 100 feet from any .
      2.   The use shall provide a visual buffer where the is to a residential use or . This can be accomplished by providing, for example, a landscape buffer, of or uses, or masonry walls.
      3.   Storage of fertilizer, manure, or other odorous material located in an shall be a minimum of 20 feet, or if located outdoors, a minimum of 40 feet from any that is to a residential use or .
      4.   Public access to the shall be from a (MS&R) or from a that is not an internal residential neighborhood .
      5.   The impacts of noise on residential uses shall be mitigated to comply with the noise standards in Section 16-31, Excessive Noise, of the Tucson Code.
      6.   Hours of operation for the cultural use, as well as any , should be detailed in the application and should be limited, in order to assure with residential uses.
      7.   Outdoor lighting shall be limited in height and shielded from residential uses.
      8.   Trip generation and traffic impacts on the surrounding shall be analyzed, and measures shall be provided.
   D.   Educational Uses
   Educational Uses are subject to the following use specific standards. Variances are not permitted; however, if the standards cannot be met, the applicant can request approval through a special exception procedure if permitted within the .
      1.   Licensing
         a.   If licensing, certification, or similar type of approval is required by the State of Arizona for the use, proof of such licensure, certification, or approval shall be provided. Such information shall include the number of students for which the school is approved.
         b.   If the number of students approved by the exceeds the number approved on the in accordance with zoning requirements, the number of students is limited to the number that meet zoning requirements.
      2.   
         a.   Except as provided below for charter schools, the minimum required for educational uses in residential is five , unless a greater is required in Art. 6: Dimensional Standards and Measurements, or the ratio of 1,452 square feet of for each student proposed for the school, whichever is greater, up to a maximum of ten for elementary schools (Grades K-6), 20 for middle schools (Grades 7 and 8), and 40 for high schools (Grades 9-12). For the purposes of this requirement, the number of students applied in this calculation is the number for which the school has been approved by the authorizing agency. If a maximum number of students is not stipulated as part of the approval from the authorizing agency, then the number used in the calculation are the amount proposed by the applicant.
         b.   A single- residence on less than one cannot be occupied as or converted into a charter school.
         c.   In nonresidential , the minimum shall be in accordance with the requirements in Art. 6: Dimensional Standards and Measurements for the use.
      3.   Hours and of Operation
      Educational Uses within Neighborhood Commercial (NC) or is limited in hours of operation to 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only.
      4.   Outdoor Activity
      All outdoor activity shall be held more than 50 feet away from the where to R-3 or . The use of loudspeakers, amplifiers, or similar type equipment outdoors is not permitted on the school within 100 feet of the where to R-3 or .
      5.   Vehicular and Pedestrian Access
      Vehicular and pedestrian access to the Educational Use shall be from a designated as a major by the or from a other than an internal residential neighborhood for zoned C-1 or .
      6.   
      The minimum from all to R-3 or is 20 feet, unless the requirements of the applicable is greater. may be reduced from the 20 feet to the required under the applicable if there are no openings on the side of the building to R-3 or . If the wall is parallel to the , only that side of the facing the cannot have any openings. If the is not parallel to the , there cannot be any openings within 20 feet of the . For the purposes of this section, “no openings” means all windows and doors are closed by fixed walls or nonoperable windows. Where openings are not allowed, an emergency exit door, which can only be opened from inside the and has an alarm, is allowed. (Figure 4.9-A for Educational Uses)
Figure 4.9-A for Educational Uses
      7.   Passenger Drop-Off Areas
      Passenger drop-off shall be provided at a ratio of one (parallel) for every 20 students for which the school is authorized, up to a total of eight spaces. These spaces are in addition to the required spaces.
   E.   Postsecondary Institutions
   Teaching of only those operations or occupations permitted in the zoning classification of the property as permitted uses is permitted.
   F.   Religious Use
   A minimum of 80 feet is required.