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The Civic Use Group includes Classes and Types that primarily involve public services. The following Classes and Types comprise the Civic Use Group.
Land used or for the interment of the dead.
B. Civic Assembly
An establishment used to hold meetings, conventions or trade fairs, exhibitions, or other community, social, and multipurpose uses. Typical uses include convention centers, neighborhood centers, and community centers.
C. Correctional Use
The monitoring and control of the offender population, including on pretrial status, on prerelease status, or incarcerated to serve a sentence. The Correctional Use Class is divided into the following three types:
1. Supervision Facility
A community-based Correctional Use that provides transitional housing, assistance with employment, counseling, and other services to offenders who are placed in a Supervision Facility under terms of probation, parole, or pretrial status. Offenders assigned to a Supervision Facility are generally allowed to leave the facility for off- employment, job training, or other purposes as permitted by the operators of the facility.
2. Custodial Facility
A community-based Correctional Use that provides a custodial residential setting, assistance with employment, counseling, or other services for offenders sentenced to such a facility in lieu of prison or placed in such a facility as part of a prerelease program. Offenders placed in a Custodial Facility are generally allowed to leave the facility but are monitored in their activities by staff. A facility in this subclass is not designed to be a secure facility.
3. Jail or Prison
A Correctional Use that provides for the incarceration or detention of offenders serving a sentence as required under the , , , or criminal justice system. A Jail or Prison is a secure place or designed for the incarceration of offenders who are sentenced to a period of time under confinement.
D. Cultural Use
The collection and display of objects having literary, artistic, historic, natural, historic or scientific value for public appreciation. Typical uses include museums, libraries, botanical , zoos, nature reserves, and wildlife refuges.
E. Educational Use
Provides a student with instruction through a course or group of courses. Educational Uses are divided into the following types:
1. Elementary and Secondary Schools
Provides primary and secondary education for grades kindergarten through 12, as required by the Arizona State Board of Education. Typical uses include elementary, middle, junior high, and high schools.
2. Postsecondary Institution
Provides academic, professional, business, technical, or industrial education beyond 12, leading to a degree or entry into a paid occupation. Typical uses include community colleges and universities and business, career, beauty, and trade schools.
3. Instructional School
Provides domestic, recreational, and other types of instruction for all age groups. Typical uses include dance, cooking, music, martial arts, and handicraft instruction.
F. Membership Organization
A philanthropic, social, business or fraternal organization. Typical uses include labor unions, boys’ and girls’ clubs, and veterans’ organizations.
G. Postal Service
Letter and parcel delivery service. Typical uses include postal stations.
H. Protective Service
Provides protection of the public health, safety, and welfare. Typical uses include police, fire, and ambulance services.
I. Religious Use
Assembly for religious worship. Typical uses include churches, synagogues, and temples.
(Am. Ord. 11257, 4/21/2015)