4.9.4.  COMMERCIAL SERVICES USE GROUP
   A.   Administrative and Professional Office
   The maximum permitted is 2,000 square feet.
   B.   Adult Day Care
      1.   The use is for a maximum of ten , or if operated in conjunction with an Adult Care Service, the number of clients together with the number of residents exceed the total permitted for the Adult Care Service.
      2.   The use shall comply with one of the following.
         a.   For a maximum of 15 ;
         b.   For an unlimited number of with a minimum of 20,000 square feet; or
         c.   If operated in conjunction with an Adult Care Service, the total number of clients and residents shall not exceed the total permitted for the Adult Care Service.
   C.    Service and Entertainment
      1.   The maximum permitted is 2,000 square feet.
      2.   The following standards are required of large bars or dance halls:
         a.   Minimum
          for the following use areas are measured from the use area to a line of R-3 or :
            (1)   Outdoor Use Area:  500 feet.
            (2)    :  200 feet.
            (3)   Loudspeakers:  500 feet.
            (4)   The Zoning Examiner may authorize a reduction to the required if special physical circumstances exist that will mitigate any negative impacts.
         b.   Security Management Plan
         The applicant must submit a security management plan describing the method and operation of security within and outside the , including the , to the Zoning Administrator and the Police Chief. Any changes or amendments to the plan must be filed with, and approved by, the Zoning Administrator and the Police Chief.
         c.   Access
         Access shall be either from a shown on the (MS&R) Map with no vehicular access to the from a or from a within a nonresidential .
      3.   Large bars and dance halls are prohibited.
   D.    Service
      1.   Overnight confinement for clinic treatment is permitted for a maximum of five .
      2.   Boarding of is prohibited.
      3.   The activity shall be within a completely .
      4.   An outpatient clinic is permitted for small only.
      5.   The minimum for , shelters, runs, and fenced areas from a to a residential is 100 feet.
      6.    , shelters, runs, and fenced areas shall be at least 100 feet from any .
      7.   The use shall be at least 200 feet from any residential .
      8.    defined as either use of 25% of dedicated to long-term boarding or 25% of the normal service use capacity.  Long-term boarding is defined as a stay of five or more consecutive calendar days.
      9.   The minimum perimeter yard for , shelters, runs, and fenced areas from a to a residential is 30 feet.
      10.    shall be constructed so that direct unaccompanied access by to outside areas is not allowed.
      11.   A solid masonry wall or fence six feet in height shall be constructed along the perimeter of all outdoor runs.
      12.   Solid waste shall be removed from outdoor exercise areas every five hours at a minimum during time periods when these areas are in use.
      13.    must be accompanied by a facility employee or pet owner at all times when outside the . All walks and exercise periods must take place on facility grounds.
      14.   Outdoor operations are limited to 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
      15.   The average noise level, measured at the , shall not exceed 55 dB (one LDN) when measured on an "A weighted" sound level meter and according to the procedures of the Environmental Protection Agency.
   E.    Residence
      1.   Purpose
      To provide an residence use in the NC, C-1, C-2, and C-3 commercial designed to be used as both a dwelling and work space by an artist, , or craftsperson, including engaged in the application, teaching, or performance of fine arts such as, but not limited to drawing, vocal or instrumental music, painting, sculpture, and writing; and the accessory sale of art objects produced on the premises. or spaces within shall be used jointly for commercial and residential purposes. Nothing in this subsection limits as otherwise permitted by the applicable zoning.
      2.   Combined Uses
      A or a tenant space in a commercial may be used as an workshop with a residential dwelling. The workshop and workshop activities shall be located indoors unless outdoor activity is permitted by the applicable zoning.
      3.   On- Sales
      The on- sale of the artist’s products, including occasional shows of the artist’s works, is a permitted .
      4.   Separation and Access
      Access to the residential use shall be only through the same access that is provided for the use.
      5.   Operational Requirements
      The operation of the residence shall not create noise, vibrations, smoke, fumes, dust, odors, vapors, other noxious emissions, or any other similar that are discernible beyond the boundaries of the enclosing the residence.
      6.   Parking
      Each residence unit shall provide two on- for each residential component and one on- parking space for each 500 square feet of (GFA) of the work space area. The GFA of the residential component shall not be included in the parking calculation.
   F.   Automotive - Service and Repair
      1.   Auto washing is prohibited.
      2.   The service is limited in design to accommodate no more than two vehicles at any time. The maximum permitted vehicle space size is ten by 25 feet.
      3.   The use must occur within an with one access per , not on the side toward any residential .
      4.   The walls shall have no openings, other than non-opening windows, within 30 feet of the residential line.
      5.   Auto washing, limited to a self-service, coin-operated car wash, is permitted on the premises. No more than six using hand-operated, wand-type equipment or more than one using automatic equipment are permitted, and vacuum equipment shall be located at least 100 feet from any residential . Mechanical equipment that powers the conveyor must be entirely enclosed.
      6.   The maximum shall be 2,000 square feet.
      7.   Limited to one automatic in- car wash that shall not include conveyors or motorized air-drying. It shall be within a except at points of , have a maximum of 600 square feet, and not exceed 12 feet in height.
   G.   Billboards
      1.   Pedestrian Access
      Pedestrian access shall not be located under, or within five feet of, a vertical line intersecting the ground and any structural element extending from a billboard, including, but not limited to, overhangs, cantilevered beams, and elevated walkways. Refer to Section 7-01, Pedestrian Access, of the Technical Standards Manual for requirements.
      2.   Parking
       shall not be located under, or within five feet of, a vertical line intersecting the ground and any structural element extending from a billboard, including, but not limited to, overhangs, cantilevered beams, and elevated walkways.
      3.   Loading
      Refer to Section 7.5, Loading, for loading (servicing) space requirements and Section 7.5.4, Design Criteria, for location requirements for such loading spaces.
      4.    and Screening
      Refer to Table 7.6.4-1, Landscape Border and Screening Standards, for and screening requirements for billboards.
      5.   Height
      The maximum permitted height shall be in accordance with Section 7A, Sign Standards.
   H.   Child Care in Residential and Office
      1.   Dispersal
      A 600-foot separation between child care centers in residential is required. Child care centers that provide only before- and after-school programs at elementary and secondary school are not considered for the purposes of this separation. The separation distance is measured from , except in the case of a child care center on a where the separation is measured from that portion of the devoted to the child care use.
      2.   Licensing
      If licensing is required by the State of Arizona for the use, proof of such licensure shall be provided prior to issuance of a certificate of occupancy.
      3.   Hours and of Operation
      Child care centers to R-3 or are limited in hours of operation to 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and to operation Monday through Friday only, except as provided in Section 4.9.4.H.9, Extended Hours for any Number of Children.
      4.   
      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 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-B, for Child Care in Residential and Office )
Figure 4.9-B for Child Care in Residential and Office
      5.   Recreation Areas
      Minimum distance of outdoor recreation areas, including, but not limited to, swimming and wading pools, ball fields, and playground equipment, to any property in R-3 or shall be 25 feet. Where a or , the shall be measured to the of a . A wall shall be required between a recreation area provided on and to R-3 or .
      6.   Number of Children
      The maximum number of children cared for shall be as follows.
         a.   30 children;
         b.   100 children; and,
         c.   Unlimited number of children.
      7.   
      The minimum required size are as follows. In no case will a larger than ten be required.
         a.   Six and six-tenths in RH and SR;
         b.    72,000 square feet in SH and RX-1;
         c.   32,000 square feet in RX-2;
         d.   14,000 square feet in R-1, R-2, and certain specified uses in O-2;
         e.   10,000 square feet in R-3 and certain specified uses in O-3;
         f.   The minimum required size shall be equal to the minimum size required for the in Section 4.9.4.H.7.a, .b, .c, or .d for the , divided by 30 and multiplied by the maximum enrollment for which the center is licensed; and,
         g.   The minimum required size shall be equal to 200 square feet per child, multiplied by the maximum enrollment for which the center is licensed, plus 4,000 square feet.
      8.   
      The center shall front on a (MS&R) with no vehicular access to the from a or on a within a nonresidential . The requirements shall be apply to a child care center located on an elementary school if the child care center is in with the dispersal, licensing, recreational area and , hours and of operation limitations, and standards.
      9.   Extended Hours for Any Number of Children
      In addition to the requirements of Section 4.9.4.H.1, .2, .3, and 8, a child care use that operates before 6:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. or on Saturday or Sunday where the is to R-3 or shall comply with the following.
         a.   
         The minimum size for a child care center with extended hours of operation or weekend operation shall be two and one half , except in RH and SR where the minimum shall be ten .
         b.   
         The minimum shall be 75 feet from a to R-3 or .
         c.   Recreational Areas
         Outdoor recreational areas, including, but not limited to, swimming and wading pools, ball fields, and playground equipment, shall be screened and from any to R-3 or as follows:
            (1)   A wall, as defined in screening materials, shall be required between a recreational area and the .
            (2)   The minimum from the property in R-3 or shall be 100 feet. Where a , , drainage-way, or other , the shall be measured to the of a .
            (3)   A reduction to the required recreational area may be requested in accordance with Section 3.10.1 and 3.10.3, Board of Adjustment Variance Procedure, if the reduction meets the requirements set forth for special exception .
         d.   
          shall be designed so that no more than 50% of the parking spaces provided are within 50 feet of an interior to R-3 or .
   I.   Communications
      1.   Limited to a radio or television station, provided the do not occupy more than 30% of the and are set back at least 50 feet from any C-1 or more restrictive zoned property.
      2.    ’s Communication Plan. Each wireless communication shall provide a plan of its facilities to the prior to any application for the installation of a or . The plan shall cover the entire and within three miles of the limits. The plan shall include the following.
         a.   All of the ’s existing and , by size and type, and their coverage areas.
         b.   All presently anticipated future and the types of and heights desired for each of the .
         c.   The various types of and used by the to furnish service and when they are used. This includes drawings providing the sizes and shapes of the and equipment and written materials describing their application.
         d.   The ’s policy direction for the and/or reduction of existing and proposed and to avoid the negative proliferation of such facilities.
         e.   The ’s policy direction on the and/or the reduction of the negative visual impact created by existing or proposed and , including any proposals to or such facilities designed to be architecturally and/or environmentally with their surroundings.
         f.   The ’s policy direction on of on their own facilities or on ones from other providers or on other that provide the verticality required for the . The policy shall also provide that the shall not enforce any requirement by an owner of property that would prohibit .
         g.   Designation of an agent of the who is authorized to receive communications and notices pursuant to this section.
      3.   General. The following shall be applicable to all wireless communication requests.
         a.   Noninterference with Public Safety. No wireless communication transmitter, receptor, or other facility shall interfere with police, fire, and emergency public safety communications. The of Operations for the is authorized to determine whether any transmitter, receptor, or other facility has interfered with public safety communications or is reasonably believed to be an imminent threat to public safety communications. Upon making that determination, the of Operations shall notify the Zoning Administrator and the responsible for that facility. The Zoning Administrator may obtain a temporary restraining order from the City Court with or without notice to enforce this section, provided a hearing is scheduled within five of the Court’s order.
         b.   All applications for / will be reviewed by the Communications Division of the City of Tucson Operations Department and any other appropriate public safety department to ensure that the proposed installation of the / will not interfere with any public safety communications or operations of the . All applications shall include a certification by a registered or electrical engineer that each proposed or will be in compliance with all standards established by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regarding potential health and safety hazards. Submittal of information and review of the application by the Department of Operations shall be in accordance with all applicable standards.
         c.   Any or for which the use is discontinued for six months or more shall be removed, and the property shall be restored to its condition prior to the location of the or , all at the expense of the . The may require to ensure compliance with this provision.
         d.   No new shall be permitted within 400 feet of a designated or ; within a designated Historic Preservation (HPZ) or Environmental Resource (ERZ); or on a or as identified in a Hillside Development (HDZ) except as follows:
            (1)   Communication and shall be permitted on a or that was used for such facilities prior to March 3, 1997, provided any new and do not increase the area already disturbed and the placement of any new in such areas is approved as a special exception in accordance with Section 3.5.3, Zoning Examiner Legislative Procedure.
            (2)   New may be permitted under Section 4.9.4.I.4 and.5 if they also comply with the purposes and review procedures of the overlay .
            (3)   New communication may be permitted on in exceptional circumstances, provided there is no alternative and the placement is approved in accordance with Section 3.5.3, Zoning Examiner Legislative Procedure.
         e.   The dimensional provisions of Article 6 as applicable to and shall be superseded by the provisions of Section 4.9.4.I.5 and by the height and provisions of Section 4.9.4.I.5, .6, and .7.
         f.   All proposed wireless communication and shall be in compliance with all Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations, including those protecting the public health and those protecting historic districts.
         g.   Submittal Requirements. The following information is to be submitted with each application for the installation of a or .
            (1)   An updated ’s Communication Plan, including any proposed changes in the , , , or policy direction;
            (2)   The proposed / location, the type of / , and the proposed ;
            (3)   A statement of compliance with FCC requirements and specifically the areas listed in Section 3.5.4.20.C.6.;
            (4)   If the proposed installation involves a new , then the following information is required.
               (a)   The searched area for the proposed location;
               (b)   All existing , , , etc., of greater than 20 feet in height located within the searched area; and,
               (c)   A report on why within the is not a viable alternative.
            (5)   Any technological or engineering requirements which effect or limit the location, height, or construction of the proposed / should be included in reports.
      4.   The following requires approval in accordance with Section 3.3.3, PDSD Approval Procedure. The PDSD may forward the request to the Design Review Board (DRB) for design review and recommendation.
         a.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on the wall or roof of a , or concealed within an architectural or structural element of the , not exceeding the permitted height of the ;
            (2)   The and , or architectural or structural element, are architecturally and/or environmentally with the and general area; and,
            (3)   Wall or roof mounted are limited to six feet above the , or to 15 feet if the are mounted on top of the roof, the is 40 feet high or taller, and no more than six feet of the can be seen from any point on the which is a distance from the equal to the height of the .
         b.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on an existing within public or public property;
            (2)   The are architecturally and/or environmentally with the and general area;
            (3)   The existing may be extended up to ten feet in height to allow for the placement and architectural treatment of the new ; and,
            (4)   The new do not substantially increase the visual mass of the existing facility.
      5.   The following requires approval in accordance with Section 3.3.4, 100' Notice Procedure. The PDSD shall forward the request to the Design Review Board (DRB) for design review and recommendation.
         a.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on or within a new or in a manner that or the or new . For purposes of this subsection, painting may be a method of concealing or disguising a ;
            (2)   The , , and are architecturally and/or environmentally with the surrounding (s) and general area;
            (3)   A new is set back at least two times the height of the from the boundary of any other property zoned residential or office; and,
            (4)   The and are 50 feet or less in height.
         b.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are collocated on an existing wireless communication ;
            (2)   The and are architecturally and/or environmentally with the surrounding (s) and general area;
            (3)   The existing is set back at least the height of the from the boundary of any other property zoned residential or office;
            (4)   The existing may be replaced and/or extended up to six feet in height to allow for the placement and architectural treatment of the new ; and,
            (5)   The maximum extension of the new and associated attachments shall not exceed 36 inches as measured perpendicular to the at the point of attachment.
         c.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on a new or an existing in a manner that is designed or painted so as to minimize their visual impact;
            (2)   The and are architecturally and/or environmentally with the existing and general area;
            (3)   The is set back a minimum of 500 feet from nonindustrially zoned property except where the nonindustrially zoned property is used as an interstate highway or railroad; and,
            (4)   The and are 80 feet or less in height.
      6.   The following requires approval as a special exception in accordance with Section 3.4.3, Zoning Examiner Special Exception Procedure. The Zoning Examiner may forward the request to the Design Review Board (DRB) for design review and recommendation.
         a.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on a new and the and are concealed or disguised, or the are collocated on an existing ;
            (2)   The and are architecturally and/or environmentally with the surrounding (s) and general area;
            (3)   A new is set back at least two times the height of the from the boundary of any property zoned residential or office; and,
            (4)   The and are 50 feet or less in height.
         b.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The are mounted on a new and the and are concealed or disguised, or the are collocated on an existing ;
            (2)   The and are architecturally and/or environmentally with the surrounding (s) and general area;
            (3)   A new is set back at least two times the height of the from the boundary of any property zoned residential or office; and,
            (4)   The and are 80 feet or less in height.
      7.   The following requires approval as a special exception in accordance with Section 3.4.4, Mayor and Council Special Exception Procedure. The Mayor and Council may forward the request to the Design Review Board (DRB) for design review and recommendation.
         a.   Wireless communication , provided:
            (1)   The or are not permitted by other provisions of this section;
            (2)   New require a minimum separation of one mile from any existing , regardless of ownership, unless documentation establishes that no practical alternative exists;
            (3)   All appropriate measures shall be taken to or the and from external view;
            (4)   All appropriate measures shall be taken to reduce the negative proliferation of visible and by the of new on existing or with the facilities of other providers that are located or planned for within the proposed ; and,
            (5)   Notice shall be provided to all agents designated, in accordance with Section 4.9.4.I.2.g, at least 15 prior to the date of the public hearing before the Zoning Examiner.
   J.   Construction Service
      1.   The use shall be at least 100 feet from any .
      2.   The yard shall be completely by screening a minimum of six feet in height.
   K.   Entertainment
      1.   A circus, carnival, or tent show shall be permitted for no longer than 15 .
      2.   Circuses, carnivals, and tent shows are reviewed for compliance in accordance with Section 3.3.3, PDSD Approval Procedure.
      3.   A circus, carnival, or tent show shall be 100 feet from the activity to the of any residential use or .
      4.   Motor vehicle and facilities for a circus, carnival, or tent show shall be dust-proofed, and access to the shall be identified and controlled to minimize vehicular and pedestrian conflicts.
      5.   The use shall be at least 200 feet from any .
      6.   Concerts, dances, and other similar high-noise activities shall be conducted entirely within an or a minimum of 600 feet from residentially zoned property. When the activity occurs outdoors, the high-noise activity shall be directed away from residential areas. Modification of this criterion may be permitted by the Mayor and Council through the special exception process provided:
         a.   All speakers and similar sound projecting devices are oriented away from residentially zoned properties;
         b.   The applicant will develop a noise plan for the use based on the specific activities proposed and the proximity of such activities to the residential ;
         c.   Noise levels are continuously monitored during the performance, and noise emission standards are enforced by a cultural use employee (or designee); and,
         d.   The performance ends no later than 10:00 p.m.
   L.   Financial Service
      1.   Limited to a maximum of three service lanes, with one restricted to automated teller machine (ATM) service only.
      2.   The use shall be at least 100 feet from any .
      3.   No facilities, such as payday loan facilities, except where permitted as a special exception under Section 4.9.4.L.4.
      4.    are reviewed and considered for approval in accordance with Section 3.4.3, Zoning Examiner Special Exception Procedure, and must comply with the following.
         a.   A shall be separated from other by a distance of 1,320 feet.
         b.   A shall be located at least 500 feet, measured in a straight line, from the to a line of R-3 or .
   M.   Food Service
      1.   Activities may be conducted outdoors. Loudspeakers or music, live or recorded, shall not be permitted within 600 feet of a residentially zoned property.
      2.   Dancing shall not be permitted. or restaurants shall not be permitted.
      3.   Soup kitchens are not permitted.
      4.   Soup kitchens shall comply with the following standards.
         a.   The use shall be conducted within a completely .
         b.   Seating shall be provided at 100% of the service capacity.
         c.   A shall be provided within the for a minimum of one-half of the total number of to be served.
         d.   Public rest rooms shall be provided.
         e.   No other soup kitchen use shall be located within one mile.
      5.   To differentiate between a restaurant that serves and a bar that serves food, a restaurant meets the following standards.
         a.   The full remains open and are available to patrons during all hours of operation, except as follows. Restaurants open later than 10:00 p.m. must keep the full open until at least 10:00 p.m. to maintain their classification as a Restaurant.
         b.   Management cannot ask for age verification (carding) for admittance to the establishment.
         c.   Management cannot restrict patronage by age or sex (i.e., Ladies Night, Over 21, etc.) except for limited special services or events within certain limited areas of the establishment.
         d.   A cover charge cannot be required for general admittance, except for special services or events offered within certain areas of the establishment.
         e.   Management shall maintain a minimum amount of table seating at all times and not have tables removed to create a dance floor or set aside major sections of the establishment for special events.
         f.   The gross revenue sale of food complies with A.R.S. § 4-205.02(G)(2).
   N.   Funeral Service
      1.   A crematorium shall be a minimum of 200 feet from any .
      2.   A crematorium shall be a minimum of 500 feet from any boundary of the that adjoins property in a residential .
   O.   Medical Service
      1.   The use shall provide a minimum of one loading space or the number of spaces required in accordance with Section 7.4, Loading, whichever is greater.
      2.   Blood donor centers are not permitted.
      3.   Blood donor centers shall comply with the following standards.
         a.   The is not located in the same as a residential or any elementary or secondary school or Day Care use.
         b.   The is located at least 300 feet, measured in a straight line, from the to a residential line or the of an elementary or secondary school.
         c.   A equal to 10% of the is provided.
         d.   No other blood donor center is located within 1,200 feet.
   P.   Medical Service in Residential and Office Standards
      1.   The facility must front on a on the or on a residential , provided:
         a.   The residential intersects a on the ; and,
         b.   The property is within 150 feet of a on the , measured along the residential .
      2.   Minimum .
         a.   A minimum of 20 feet from any to a residential is required.
         b.   A minimum of 100 feet from any is required.
      3.   Requests to vary the provisions of this section, including for existing or new , are processed in accordance with Section 3.10.1 and 3.10.3, Board of Adjustment Variance Procedure.
      4.   If licensing is required by the State of Arizona for the use, proof of such licensure shall be provided.
   Q.   Major Medical Service and Outpatient Medical Service,
      1.   Food Service; General Merchandise Sales; Personal Service or other permitted to a Medical Service, Major use, except as noted in 4.9.4.Q.2
         a.    The use shall be located within a principal .
         b.    Access to the use shall be from within the principal or from the interior of the .
         c.    Outside display or storage of merchandise or supplies is prohibited.
         d.    A sign(s) associated with the shall not be visible from any public .
         e.    Sale of items shall be restricted to those associated with medical services.
      2.   Transportation Services, Air Carrier, Helipad, as an accessory use to a Medical Service, Major use.
         a.    The primary use shall be a medical facility licensed by the State of Arizona as a general or special hospital with a minimum of 50 beds.
         b.   The helipad shall be in compliance with all applicable regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration, including Circular No. 150/5390-2C "Helistop and Heliport Design," or subsequent revisions to this advisory circular at the time of construction.
   R.   Office Standards
      1.   Chain link fencing shall not be used to meet screening requirements.
      2.   Refuse areas shall be at least 20 feet from and interior a residential use or , except when pickup is approved by the Environmental Services Department.
      3.   Refuse areas shall be screened from the with materials similar to those of the principal .
      4.   Noise-generating equipment shall be located in an area away from residential uses or vacant residentially zoned property.
      5.   Vehicular access shall be from other than internal residential neighborhood .
      6.   Consolidation of and access points shall be required for with multiple . Consolidation of and access points is encouraged for .
      7.   New construction shall be reviewed by the Design Review Board (DRB) for architectural and design with the surrounding residential area. The DRB review shall include architectural style, elevations, materials on exterior facades, color schemes, new mechanical equipment locations, lighting of outdoor areas, window locations and types, screening, , , and other contributing design features. The DRB recommendation shall be made to the PDSD for determination of . The DRB shall find that:
         a.   The materials on the exterior facade are with those used within the neighborhood ;
         b.   Color schemes of the new are with those of the on the face;
         c.   The exterior facade of new construction is of a residential type architecturally if to a residential use or vacant residentially zoned property;
         d.   The scale of new construction complements, rather than is dominant in scale to, ; and,
         e.   Any new mechanical equipment located on the roof are screened and that the is integrally designed as part of the architectural style of the . If this cannot be done, the equipment shall be located at ground level and screened from the .
   S.   “P” Parking Standards
   Parking is restricted to at or below . to cover- parking is permitted.
   T.   Personal Service
      1.   Laundry facilities shall not exceed 3,000 square feet of .
      2.   An attendant shall be on the premises during all open hours.
      3.   No more than 24 dry cleaning units are permitted.
      4.   The maximum is 2,000 square feet.
   U.   Research and Product Development
      1.   All operations, including storage, shall be housed within a completely . do not have to be located within .
      2.   The minimum requirement is 10,000 square feet.
      3.   Every shall be from to residential uses or a distance equal to three times the height of the .
   V.   Sale of Spirituous Liquor in Conjunction with Food Service Use
      1.   The Food Service establishment shall provide regular service at regularly available tables during all hours of operation or until 10:00 p.m. to guests for compensation. The establishment shall have facilities for keeping, cooking, and preparing foods for .
      2.   The Food Service establishment shall have 75 seats or more for the serving of at regularly available tables for all hours of operation. Seating at counters, in private banquet rooms, and outdoor seating shall not count toward the minimum 75-seat requirement.
      3.   The Food Service establishment may serve with ; however, an area separate from the Food Service use shall not be provided with tables, counter areas, and/or booths for to sit at primarily for service of operating as an Service establishment, unless:
         a.   The Food Service establishment has 75 seats or more for the serving of at tables (seating at counters, in banquet rooms, and outdoor seating shall not count toward the 75-seat requirement) that are available at all hours of operation;
         b.   The Service area does not exceed, in size, 25% of the Food Service , including any Food Service outdoor area; and,
         c.   The Service area does not have an outside separate from the main entrance to the Food Service use.
      4.   The Food Service establishment may serve other in addition to beer and wine.
      5.   A Food Service use with more than 75 seats for the serving of at tables that are available at all hours of operation may have a dance floor, provided such dance floor shall not be larger than 200 square feet. Seating at counters, in banquet rooms, and outdoor seating shall not count toward the 75-seat requirement.
      6.   Signs are not permitted in or on a window or on the exterior of any or within the that is visible from a public or residentially zoned property identifying or advertising the Service use or the sale of spirituous liquors.
      7.    shall not be provided with or services.
      8.    Service may be provided outdoors if the outdoor area is a minimum of 100 feet from residentially zoned property excluding public , or is separated by a from residentially zoned property. If the use is within 600 feet of a residential , no loudspeakers or music, live or recorded, are permitted.
      9.   A Food Service establishment that is located within 300 feet of a residential , excluding public , measured in a straight line from the licensed premises to the line of R-3 or may serve upon with the following conditions:
         a.   The applicant is required to submit a plan to the PDSD that will be reviewed in accordance with Section 3.3.5, 400' Notice Procedure. The plan shall specifically address noise from the use, including noise, screening of lighting from vehicle headlights and light standards on , parking, and access to neighborhoods, but shall not address issues that are the purview of the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control, such as the number of liquor licenses in the area or the hours of liquor sales.
         b.   If the use is operated in a manner that violates the plan or conditions for permitting the use or causes adverse impacts, the use may be suspended or terminated in accordance with Section 10.4, Penalties and Remedies.
   W.   Technical Service
      1.   The maximum permitted is 1,500 square feet.
      2.   The maximum permitted is 3,500 square feet.
   X.   Trade Service and Repair
      1.   Major
   If located within 30 feet of a residential use or , the walls shall have no openings, other than non-opening windows, within 30 feet of the residential use or line.
      2.   Minor
   Use shall exclude the repair and replacement of upholstery and the repair of burglar alarms and motor vehicle stereos.
   Y.   Transportation Service, Air Carrier
      1.   The minimum shall be as required by the Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) for the facility. The shall not be less than permitted by the underlying zoning.
      2.   The Mayor and Council may restrict the number of flights and hours of operation due to the proximity and intensity of noise-sensitive .
      3.   The runway length required for safe operation shall be as shown in the flight manual of the largest aircraft to use the and an additional 240 feet at each end of the runway.
      4.   The runway width shall be 240 feet centered on the runway.
   Z.   Travelers’ Accommodation, Campsite
      1.   The use shall be in conjunction with, and within, a mobile home park.
      2.   The overall number of and campsites shall not exceed the overall permitted for the mobile home park.
      3.   The campsite area shall not be located to a non-mobile home residential .
      4.   Access to the area shall be through the mobile home park.
      5.   The area shall comply with the mobile home park standards.
      6.   No more than 25% of the total spaces in the mobile home park can be used for the campsite use.
   AA.   Travelers’ Accommodation, Lodging -
      1.   The minimum required distance to any public is 100 feet.
      2.   Outside entrances shall not face any public .
      3.   The use shall be operated for the convenience of the guests.
      4.   When the Service use is provided in an area set aside from the Food Service area, such as a bar or cocktail lounge, that area of the Service use shall not have an outside separate from the entrance to the .
      5.   The total area of retail and service establishments shall not exceed 5% of the total .
      6.    -Related Uses
         a.   No more than one for each 10,000 square feet of .
         b.   No stable or corral shall be located within 100 feet of any or within 300 feet of any existing on an property at the time of the improvement.
         c.   No stable or corral shall be located or maintained closer than 50 feet to any or closer than 100 feet to any school, park, public (excepting an ), or dwelling on properties.
      7.   Travelers’ Accommodation, Lodging, shall have at least 50 rooms for transient lodging.
      8.    Service may be provided outdoors if the outdoor area is a minimum of 100 feet from residentially zoned property or is separated by a from residentially zoned property. If the use is within 600 feet of a residential , no loudspeakers or music, live or recorded, are prohibited.
      9.    shall not be provided with or services.
      10.   No , except beer and wine, shall be served.
      11.   Signs are not permitted in or on a window or on the exterior of any or visible from a public or from residentially zoned property identifying or advertising the Service use or the sale of spirituous liquors.
      12.   Large Bars are prohibited.
      13.   Soup Kitchens are prohibited.
(Am. Ord. 11070, 5/14/2013; Am. Ord. 11410, 11/22/2016; Am. Ord. 11508, 12/5/2017; Am. Ord. 11608, passed 12/18/2018; Am. Ord. 11609, passed 12/18/2018; Am. Ord. 11732, 2/19/2020)