1260.02  PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES.
   (a)   Subject to the conditions described in subsection (b) hereof, the following principal uses are permitted in the B-4 District:
      (1)   Retail stores, including food stores, eating and drinking places, department stores, general merchandise stores, variety stores, apparel and accessory stores, furniture stores, home furnishings stores, appliance stores, drug stores, liquor stores, book and stationery stores, sporting goods and bicycle stores, florists, cigar stores, news dealers, gift, novelty and souvenir stores, music stores, camera and photographic supply stores, paint stores and art galleries;
      (2)   A.   Retail stores, including food stores, eating and drinking places, department stores, general merchandise stores, variety stores, apparel and accessory stores, furniture stores, home furnishings stores, appliance stores, drug stores, liquor stores, book and stationery stores, sporting goods and bicycle stores, florists, cigar stores, news dealers, gift, novelty and souvenir stores, music stores, camera and photographic supply stores, paint stores and art galleries;
         B.   Selected services, including theaters, barber and beauty shops, shoe repair shops, laundry and cleaning shops without a plant on the premises and central hotels;
         C.   Office uses, including administrative, governmental and professional offices and clinics, banks, business offices and general office buildings;
         D.   Semipublic uses, including churches, museums, libraries, fire stations and police stations;
         E.   Public utility buildings, telephone exchange buildings, electric transformer stations and substations and gas regulator stations;
         F.   All uses permitted in the R-5 District;
         G.   Amusement arcades, as defined in Chapter 840 of the Business Regulation and Taxation Code, provided that there is no more than one mechanical and electronic amusement device for each occupant eligible to use such establishment, as the occupancy load is determined by the Department of Engineering and Building and the Fire Division;
         H.   Adult businesses, provided that the site upon which such business is located is more than 1,500 feet from the property line of an area zoned for residential use;
         I.   Specifically, designated dealer's establishments, subject to the restrictions set forth in Section 1234.12(d);
         J.   Single-family residences and dwellings in existing buildings that comply with applicable laws and codes, including, but not limited to Chapter 1484 of the Building and Housing Code, provided that such new single-family residences and dwellings shall not be located in the basement or on the ground floor; and
         K.   Single-family residences and dwellings in cases of new construction that comply with applicable laws and codes, including, but not limited to Chapter 1484 of the Building and Housing Code, provided that such new single-family residences and dwellings shall not be located in the basement or on the ground floor.
         L.   Multi-family dwellings.
         M.   Medical marihuana facilities, subject to the restrictions set forth in Chapter 838.
         N.   Conditions for the uses described in division (a) hereof are:
            1.   Any use that serves a customer while in the automobile is prohibited as a principal use.
            2.   A permitted principal use must be completely enclosed in a building; outside storage is prohibited.
      (3)   Selected services, including theaters, barber and beauty shops, shoe repair shops, laundry and cleaning shops without a plant on the premises and central hotels;
      (4)   Office uses, including administrative, governmental and professional offices and clinics, banks, business offices and general office buildings;
      (5)   Semipublic uses, including churches, museums, libraries, fire stations and police stations;
      (6)   Public utility buildings, telephone exchange buildings, electric transformer stations and substations and gas regulator stations;
(Ord. 2.  Passed 6-22-61.)
      (7)   All uses permitted in the R-5 District;
(Ord. 2-A-41.  Passed 4-25-72.)
      (8)   Amusement arcades, as defined in Chapter 840 of the Business Regulation and Taxation Code, provided that there is no more than one mechanical and electronic amusement device for each occupant eligible to use such establishment, as the occupancy load is determined by the Department of Engineering and Building and the Fire Division; 
(Ord. 2-A-62.  Passed 1-5-82.)
      (9)   Adult businesses, provided that the site upon which such business is located is more than 1,500 feet from the property line of an area zoned for residential use;
(Ord. 1986-12.  Passed 10-7-86.)
      (10)   Specifically designated dealer's establishments, subject to the restrictions set forth in Section 1234.12(d);
(Ord. 1986-15.  Passed 11-3-86.)
      (11)   Single-family residences and dwellings in existing buildings that comply with applicable laws and codes, including, but not limited to Chapter 1484 of the Building and Housing Code, provided that such new single-family residences and dwellings shall not be located in the basement or on the ground floor; and
(Ord. 1992-13.  Passed 3-3-92; Ord. 2005-08.  Passed 3-1-05.)
      (12)   Single-family residences and dwellings in cases of new construction that comply with applicable laws and codes, including, but not limited to Chapter 1484 of the Building and Housing Code, provided that such new single-family residences and dwellings shall not be located in the basement or on the ground floor.
(Ord. 1993-03.  Passed 2-15-93; Ord. 2002-20.  Passed 6-18-02; Ord. 2005-08.  Passed 3-1-05.)
      (13)   Multi-family dwellings.
(Ord. 2005-03.  Passed 1-4-05.)
      (14)   Medical marihuana facilities, subject to the restrictions set forth in Chapter 838 .
(Ord. 2018-05.  Passed 7-10-18.)
   (b)   Conditions for the uses described in subsection (a) hereof are:
      (1)   Any use that serves a customer while in the automobile is prohibited as a principal use.
      (2)   A permitted principal use must be completely enclosed in a building; outside storage is prohibited. 
(Ord. 2.  Passed 6-22-61; Ord. 2019-11. Passed 12-12-19.)