§ 154-08.05  Business Park District (BP).
   (A)   Purpose.  The principal purpose of the Business Park District is to promote the public health, safety and general welfare within the district by:
      (1)   Creating a cohesive, identifiable visual character in a business park setting through the use of high quality design treatments, architectural features and aesthetics;
      (2)   Ensuring that proposed development incorporates high quality materials, high standards of construction and design compatibility with the character of existing development in the vicinity;
      (3)   Requiring site development which best utilizes the district’s location, surroundings and visibility from public roads and areas;
      (4)   Minimizing conflicts between pedestrians and automobiles, creating parking areas which are unobtrusive, and which maintain efficient vehicular and pedestrian circulation;
      (5)   Providing for convenient and safe pedestrian and bicycle access to and within all development in the district;
      (6)   Providing landscaping which enhances both on-site and off-site development; and
      (7)   Providing a consistent and cohesive design element that enhances the land uses by applying the Aesthetic Overlay (AO) District in conjunction with the Business Park District.
('80 Code, App. A, § 112)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 2663, passed 7-20-1994; Ord. O2001-76, passed 9-19-2001)
   (B)   Permitted principal uses.
      (1)   Manufacturing.  Assembly or fabrication of materials or substances that does not involve intensive mechanical or chemical transformation or processing of said materials or substances;
      (2)   Communications.
         (a)   Telephone communications;
         (b)   Telegraph and other message communications;
         (c)   Radio and television broadcasting stations;
         (d)   Cable and other pay television services;
         (e)   Wall-mounted and concealed/disguised personal wireless communication facilities in accordance with Article 19 herein are permitted as an accessory use for legally established nonresidential uses only. A roof-mounted personal wireless communication facility is permitted on a commercial building or a mixed-use building which is primarily nonresidential (75% of the use is nonresidential).
            1.   Wall strapping of a personal wireless communications facility is not permitted.
            2.   Personal wireless communication facilities are not permitted in conjunction with legal nonconforming uses.
            3.   The use of lattice tower structures for any personal wireless communication facility is not permitted.
         (f)   Communications services, not elsewhere classified.
      (3)   Wholesale trade.  Except the following:
         (a)   Uses requiring exterior trade or storage; and
         (b)   Trade and distribution of beer, wine and distilled alcoholic beverages.
      (4)   Retail trade.  Retail trade shall be permitted outside the 70 db noise contour. Retail uses within 500 feet of a residential district requires a conditional use permit;
      (5)   Services.
         (a)   Auxiliary establishments, such as central administrative offices, as defined in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1987;
         (b)   Business services;
         (c)   Medical and dental laboratories;
         (d)   Legal services;
         (e)   Child day care services;
         (f)   Motion picture production, distribution and allied services;
         (g)   Research, development and testing services;
         (h)   Junior colleges (SIC 6112);
         (i)   Colleges, universities and professional schools (SIC 6113);
         (j)   Business schools and computer and management training (SIC 6114);
         (k)   Technical and trade schools (SIC 6115); and
         (l)   Other schools and instruction (SIC 6116).
      (6)   Exterior trade and storage.  Exterior trade and storage of goods, products and materials is prohibited;
      (7)   Community garden.
('80 Code, App. A, § 112)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 2663, passed 7-20-1994; Ord. O2000-35, passed 6-21-2000; Ord. O2001-76, passed 9-19-2001; Ord. O2002-09, passed 2-20-2002; Ord. O2003-01, passed 1-15-2003; Ord. O2015-021, passed 4-15-2015)
   (C)   Conditional uses.  Any of the following uses may be established or operated as a conditional use upon application and submittal of a site plan to an approval thereof by the Planning Commission (see § 154-03.07):
      (1)   Retail trade.  Retail trade that is located within 500 feet of any residential district; and
      (2)   Eating and drinking places.  Eating places, except drive-through facilities.
('80 Code, App. A, § 112)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 2663, passed 7-20-1994; Ord. O2001-76, passed 9-19-2001)
   (D)   Property development standards.  To meet the purpose of this district, all uses shall comply with the following minimum development standards.
      (1)   Area and location.
         (a)   Minimum district area:.  Thirty acres for the Business Park District;
         (b)   Minimum lot area.  Twenty thousand square feet within the Business Park District;
         (c)   Location of any Business Park District.  Shall be restricted to lots which have direct access to or frontage on a collector or higher classification of street as classified by the circulation element of the General Plan, as amended; and
         (d)   Aesthetic Overlay District.  All properties zoned or identified in the General Plan as Business Park (BP) shall be subject to the requirements of the Aesthetic Overlay District.
      (2)   Building heights.  No building or structure height shall exceed 75 feet.
      (3)   Lot coverage.  No building(s) on any lot shall occupy over 60% of the area of said lot.
      (4)   Setback building line.
         (a)   Street setback building line.  All buildings and structures shall be set back a minimum of 30 feet from any public or private street right-of-way line. Parking areas, loading areas and driveways shall be setback a minimum of 15 feet from any public or private street right-of-way line.
         (b)   Interior side setback building line.  All buildings and structures (including parking areas, loading areas and driveways) shall be set back a minimum of ten feet from any side property line. If attached buildings are proposed, no setback from the attached side is required.
         (c)   Rear setback building line.  All buildings and structures (including parking areas, loading areas and driveways) shall be set back a minimum of ten feet from any rear property line.
         (d)   Landscaping.  Any required yard, and a minimum of 5% of off-street parking lots containing 20 or more spaces shall be landscaped as set forth in Article 20 of this chapter.
         (e)   Parking structures.  Covered parking structures shall be set back a minimum of 30 feet from any public street right-of-way line.
      (5)   Screening.  Any lot line located adjacent to a residential zoning district shall be screened by a minimum six-foot high masonry wall. The location of any wall or fence, whether provided to meet the requirements of this code or provided voluntarily, shall be constructed on the interior side and rear lot lines, and shall comply with any required street yard setbacks or visibility triangles as specified herein.
      (6)   Parking and loading.  Off-street parking and loading shall be provided in the manner specified in Article 16 of this chapter.
      (7)   Lighting.
         (a)   All exterior lighting fixtures shall be arranged and located so as to minimize off-site illumination and direct the light away from any public or private street right-of-way; or from any adjoining residential district.
         (b)   All exterior lighting shall be approved as required in the Aesthetic Overlay District. Lighting shall be in accordance with Article 18 of this chapter.
      (8)   Landscaping.  All landscaping shall be in accordance with Article 20 of this chapter.
      (9)   Signs.  All signs shall be in accordance with the Aesthetic Overlay District and Article 17 of this chapter.
('80 Code, App. A, § 112)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 2663, passed 7-20-1994; Ord. O2001-76, passed 9-19-2001; Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010)  Penalty, see § 154-999