4.9.13.     GENERAL STANDARDS, RESTRICTIONS, AND EXCEPTIONS
   The following apply to those and specific uses, including , as indicated in the use-specific standard column of the permitted use tables, Tables 4.8-1 through 7.
   A.   Access
      1.   The use shall have primary vehicular access from an .
      2.   The use shall have access from a paved public on the .
   B.   Hours
   The is restricted to hours of operation of 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
   C.   Lighting
   In addition to the requirements of Section 6-101, Outdoor Lighting Code, of the Tucson Code, any outdoor lighting utilized in conjunction with the use shall be located and directed so as to eliminate glare toward and R-3 or .
   D.   Noise
   In addition to the requirements of Section 16-31, Excessive Noise, of the Tucson Code, the use shall be located within an . There shall be no openings on the side of the to R-3 or .
   E.   Outdoor Activity
   Activity may occur outdoors.
   F.   Screening
   In addition to the requirements of Section 7.6.5, Screening Standards, there shall be a wall at least five feet in between this use and any residential .
   G.      (OS)- General Restrictions and Requirements
      1.   Applicability
      The OS may be applied to both public and private lands that warrant protection as . The OS may be applied to land only with the express written consent of the property owner(s).
         a.   Dedications and Donations
         The OS may be applied by the to land that is preserved by acquisition, an easement, or dedication, and/or donation to the or other entity, for the purpose of keeping the land as permanent .
         b.   Fee Waiver
         Fees for a rezoning application to the OS are waived.
      2.   General Restrictions
      The following restrictions apply to all and in this .
         a.   Unpaved or paved trails or paths shall be permitted for use only by pedestrians, non-motorized bicycles, and horses. Limited access is permitted for maintenance vehicles only. Use by all-terrain vehicles is prohibited.
         b.   Picnic areas, sitting areas, equestrian trail nodes, scenic lookouts, shade , and rest rooms shall be permitted, subject to minimal disturbance of the . Grills in the picnic areas and overnight camping are not permitted, unless located in an area that fire vehicles can access without impact on the .
         c.   Access and shall be permitted in conjunction with the Requirements in Section 4.9.13.G.3.a & .b, subject to minimal disturbance of the .
         d.   Drainage-way facilities and utility easements shall be re-vegetated to be consistent with the surrounding natural vegetation.
         e.   All new shall be underground.
      3.    Requirements
         a.   The disturbed area shall be clearly identified and the balance of the property protected during construction. All impervious surfaces, , utility or drainage corridors, and shall be contained within the disturbed area identified on the approved .
         b.   Whenever a portion of the property is disturbed by the construction of a permitted use or has been cleared of vegetation, the disturbed area shall be re-vegetated in with an approved re-vegetation plan using plants native to the and the immediately surrounding area. Re-vegetation shall be at a similar to the natural surroundings.
         c.   The minimum width of property zoned OS shall be 40 feet, and the minimum area for OS is 4,000 square feet, unless the OS property connects to another perpetual, or trails resource.
   H.   Institutional Reserve  (IR)- Exception
    of less than 36 , recorded prior to December 1, 1985, conforming to the minimum requirements in effect on the date of recording, are deemed non-conforming.
   I.   Rural Homestead (RH) - Exception
    of less than 180,000 square feet, recorded prior to December 1, 1985, conforming to the minimum size requirements at the date of recording, are deemed non-conforming.
   J.   O-1 and O-2 Office - General Restrictions
   The following restrictions apply to all uses and in these :
      1.    services are prohibited;
      2.   All activities shall be conducted entirely within an with the following exceptions:
         a.    ;
         b.   When required by state law;
         c.   When specifically permitted by a use specific standard; or,
         d.   When associated with one of the following uses: Community ; Day Care; Educational Use; Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Markets only); Medical Service; Extended Healthcare; Parks and Recreation; Urban Farm; or, -related uses; and,
      3.   All nonresidential activities shall:
         a.   Restrict hours of operation from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., unless otherwise required by use-specific standard.
         b.   Comply with the requirements of Section 6-101, Outdoor Lighting Code, of the Tucson Code. Outdoor lighting utilized in conjunction with the use shall be located and directed so as to eliminate glare toward and R-3 or .
         c.   Comply with the requirements of Section 16-31, Excessive Noise, of the Tucson Code and be located within an . There shall be no openings on the side of the to R-3 or .
   K.   O-3 Office - General Restrictions
   The following restrictions apply to all uses and in this :
      1.    services are prohibited; and,
      2.   All activities shall be conducted entirely within an with the following exceptions:
         a.    ;
         b.   When required by state law;
         c.   When specifically permitted by a use specific standard; or,
         d.   When associated with one of the following uses: Community ; Day Care; Educational Use; Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Markets only); Medical Service, Extended Healthcare; Parks and Recreation; Urban Farm; or, -related uses.
   L.    (RV) - General Restrictions
   Storage are not permitted in this as accessory to each individual unit space; however, they are permitted as part of the facility. The Community , Farmers’ Market, Urban Farms, or -related uses are exempt from this restriction.
   M.   Neighborhood Commercial (NC) - General Restrictions and Exception
   The following standards apply to all uses and in this :
      1.    or services are prohibited;
      2.   All activities shall be conducted entirely within an with the following exceptions:
         a.    ;
         b.   When required by state law;
         c.   When specifically permitted by a use specific standards; or,
         d.   When associated with one of the following uses: Community ; Day Care; Educational Use, Elementary and Secondary; Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Markets only); Parks and Recreation; all uses in the Residential Use Group; Urban Farm; or, any -related uses.
      3.   All activities, except the Residential Use Group or those uses required differently by a use-specific standard, are restricted to hours of operation of 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.;
      4.   All nonresidential and nonresidential exterior remodeling that require a permit are reviewed and approved by the Design Review Board (DRB) for architectural and design with the surrounding residential area; and,
      5.   All are limited to 2,000 square feet of GFA, except Dwelling, Educational Uses, and the following exception. or multi-tenant are limited to 10,000 square feet of GFA. A tenant within a is limited to 2,000 square feet of GFA. Outdoor activity areas permitted in this shall be included in the GFA limitations. Exception: On authorization of rezoning of property to the NC , Mayor and Council may approve that will be located in existing or portions thereof that exceed the limitation of 2,000 square feet of per use or the limitations restricting or multi-tenant to 10,000 square feet of . The for any such exception shall neither be increased nor enlarged following initial authorization, and the right to exceed the restrictions shall be terminated if discontinued or abandoned. Community , Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Markets only), or any -related uses are exempt from this restriction.
   N.   Rural Village Center (RVC) - General Restrictions
   The following restrictions apply to all uses and in this :
      1.    or services are prohibited unless specifically provided for the .
      2.   All activities shall be conducted entirely within an with the following exceptions:
         a.    ;
         b.   When required by state law;
         c.   When specifically permitted by a use specific standard; or,
         d.   When associated with one of the following uses: Community ; Day Care; Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Market only); or, any -related use.
      3.   The maximum permitted area of each RVC is 20 .
   O.   C-1 Commercial - General Restrictions
   The following restrictions apply to all uses and in this :
      1.    services are prohibited except as follows.
         a.   Commercial Services and Retail Trade Uses may provide one lane.
         b.   Financial Services Use may provide two lanes and one Automated Teller Machine (ATM) service lane.
      2.   All activities shall be conducted entirely within an unless specifically provided otherwise, except as follows:
         a.   Agricultural Use Group: Community , Urban Farm, or any -related use;
         b.   Civic Use Group: Cemetery, Education Elementary & Secondary Schools;
         c.   Commercial Use Group: Commercial Recreation (except shooting ranges which must be located in an enclosed ), Medical Services, Extended Health Care;
         d.   Recreation Use Group: Golf Course, Parks and Recreation;
         e.   Retail Trade Use Group: Food and Beverage Sales (Farmers’ Market only); and,
         f.    .
   P.   C-2 Commercial - General Restrictions
      1.   Outdoor display of finished products for rent or sale at retail or wholesale is permitted, unless prohibited by a use-specific standard.
      2.   The in the Commercial Services (except Automotive Service and Repair, Day Care Use; Medical Service, Extended Health Care; Transportation Services, Land Carrier; and Travelers’ Accommodation, Lodging)  Industrial, Restricted Adult Activities, and Wholesaling Use Groups shall be conducted entirely within an unless modified by Use Specific Standards.
   Q.   Park Industrial (P-I), Light Industrial (I-1), and Heavy Industrial (I-2) - General Restrictions
      1.   The use, storage, or disposal of must be done in accordance with Section 4.9.5.F, Restrictions.
      2.   On in the Industrial Use Group, traffic circulation must be designed so that access to the is from a major or from a which is not an internal residential neighborhood and which does not provide access to residentially zoned areas unless no alternative exists.
      3.   The following special exception uses in the I-2 must be at least 300 feet from any non-industrial . Exception: the 300-foot is not required when the use of the non-industrially zoned property is a railroad or freeway :
         a.   Extraction;
         b.   Hazardous Material Manufacturing;
         c.   Perishable Goods Manufacturing;
         d.   Primary Manufacturing;
         e.   Refining; or,
         f.   Salvaging and Recycling.
      4.   Use must comply with the applicable standards of Section 4.9.5, Industrial Use Group.
      5.   The authority land use class may contain residential, commercial, and industrial compatible with the environs overlay. These uses include but are not limited to typical uses such as terminals, runways, control towers, radio and telecommunication towers, fueling and maintenance stations, helipads, hangars, parking facilities, various military and governmental uses and passenger-oriented food and personal services, retail sales, and vehicle rentals.  Additionally, the class allows the following uses:
         a.   Aeronautical uses associated with an including manufacturing, assembly, storage, training and flight schools and similar uses;
         b.   Permitted or special exception uses in the underlying ;
         c.   Industrial parks containing corporate business centers, wholesaling, manufacturing, agriculture, civic, commercial, industrial, retail, storage, and utility uses provided they comply with the design and development standards applicable to the permitted or special exception uses in the underlying .
   (Am. Ord. 11070, 5/14/2013; Am. Ord. 11127, 11/6/2013; Am. Ord. 11328, 12/8/2015; Am. Ord. 11409, 11/9/2016; Am. Ord. 11577, 8/8/2018)