§ 154-09.01  Industrial Park District (I-P).
   (A)   Purpose.  The principal purposes of the Industrial Park (I-P) Zoning District are to accommodate office, research, fabrication and processing activities in a campus setting; to provide employment opportunities in close proximity to residential areas; and to minimize conflicts with neighboring land uses.
('80 Code, App. A, § 120)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 1979, passed 1-7-1981; Ord. 2243, passed 12-19-1984)
   (B)   Permitted principal uses.
      (1)   Business, industrial or scientific research centers; product development and testing laboratories; training centers;
      (2)   Assembling or fabrication of products or articles; provided, however, that such production does not involve transforming any material from a raw or natural state to a form suitable for fabrication;
      (3)   General offices, including medical offices and laboratories;
      (4)   New freestanding monopoles or lattice towers and replacements (see § 154-19.04) are permitted as principal use that is not within 300 feet of a residential use or zone, arterial street, state or federal highway, a designated scenic/historic or gateway route, as identified in the transportation element of the City of Yuma General Plan, or a future or existing park area as identified in the parks and recreation element of the City of Yuma General Plan; and
      (5)   Community garden.
(Ord. O2015-021, passed 4-15-2015)
   (C)   Permitted accessory uses.
      (1)   Retail sales which are clearly incidental to the principal use; provided, however, that the area devoted to the retail activity shall not exceed 10% of the gross floor area of the principal use;
      (2)   Storage activities which are clearly incidental to the principal use, provided, however, that the area devoted to storage shall not exceed 40% of the gross floor area of the principal use;
      (3)   Attached living quarters for a caretaker, watchperson or operator employed on the premises and may include the immediate family;
      (4)   New freestanding monopoles or lattice towers and replacements (see § 154-19.04) are permitted as an accessory use to a legally established industrial use that is not within 300 feet of a residential use or zone, arterial street, state or federal highway, a designated scenic/historic or gateway route, as identified in the transportation element of the City of Yuma General Plan, or a future or existing park area as identified in the parks and recreation element of the City of Yuma General Plan;
      (5)   Roof-mounted, wall-mounted and concealed/disguised personal wireless communication facilities in accordance with Article 19 herein are permitted as an accessory use for a legally established principal use. Wall strapping is permitted for poles that are two inches or less in diameter and lattice towers that are less than 24 inches in diameter as circumscribed around the outside of the support poles;
      (6)   Temporary (see § 154-19.05) placement of a mobile monopole unit is permitted for the purposes of network capacity testing and siting;
      (7)   Personal wireless communication facilities are not permitted in conjunction with legal nonconforming uses;
      (8)   The use of lattice tower structures for personal wireless communication facilities is permitted; and
      (9)   Food truck.
('80 Code, App. A, § 120)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 1979, passed 1-7-1981; Ord. 2243, passed 12-19-1984; Ord. O2000-35, passed 6-21-2000; Ord. O2002-09, passed 2-20-2002; Ord. O2014-20, passed 8-27-2014)
   (D)   Interim uses.
      (1)   Food truck.
(Ord. O2014-20, passed 8-27-2014)
   (E)   Conditional uses.  Any of the following uses may be established or operated as a conditional use upon application and approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission:
      (1)   Any use permitted herein within 300 feet from any residential zoning district shall be subject to the conditional use requirements of this chapter;
      (2)   Retail sales directly related to the principal use which exceed 10% of the gross floor area of the principal use, provided however, that in no event shall the retail activity exceed 25% of the gross floor area;
      (3)   Wholesale distributors and supply;
      (4)   Detached living quarters for a caretaker, watchperson or operator employed on the premises, and may include the immediate family;
      (5)   Trade schools, training centers and other educational facilities where on-premises living accommodations are to be provided;
      (6)   Restaurants; provided however, that drive-in carry-out facilities shall be prohibited;
      (7)   Hospitals, convalescent homes, other health care facilities; provided however, that residential family care or group facilities shall be prohibited;
      (8)   Animal hospitals, including provisions for boarding and lodging; provided however, there shall be no outdoor kennels and that all animal facilities shall be within an enclosed building;
      (9)   Any use which requires a state or federal agency permit, license or other type of certification for the use or handling of dangerous materials;
      (10)   Any freestanding monopole or lattice tower (see § 154-19.04) that meets the principal or accessory use criteria for this industrial zoning district but is located within 300 feet of any residential use or zone, arterial street, state or federal highway, a designated scenic/historic or gateway route (as identified in the transportation element of the City of Yuma General Plan), or a future or existing park area as identified in the parks and recreation element of the City of Yuma General Plan shall require a conditional use permit; and
      (11)   Religious institutions including related buildings and activities.
('80 Code, App. A, § 120)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 1979, passed 1-7-1981; Ord. 2243, passed 12-19-1984; Ord. 2523, passed 6-5-1991; Ord. O2000-35, passed 6-21-2000; Ord. O2014-20, passed 8-27-2014)
   (F)   Property development standards.  To meet the purpose of this district, all uses shall comply with the following minimum development standards.
      (1)   Area.
         (a)   The minimum area for the Industrial Park District shall be four acres. A lot, parcel or tract of land less than four acres may be rezoned if it adjoins an existing Industrial Park District of four acres or more, and meets the minimum lot area requirements as specified herein.
         (b)   The minimum lot area within any Industrial Park District shall be 35,000 square feet.
      (2)   Building requirements.
         (a)   Any use allowed herein including incidental storage shall take place within an enclosed building.
         (b)   All buildings shall be designed and constructed so that no odor, dust, noise, vibration, smoke, heat, glare, noxious gas, radio communication interference, radiation or other emission shall occur outside the building.
         (c)   Maximum lot coverage including all covered structures shall not exceed 60%.
         (d)   Maximum building height shall not exceed three stories or 40 feet, subject to the exceptions as specified in § 154-15.03.
      (3)   Yards.
         (a)   All buildings shall be set back a minimum distance of 30 feet from any public or private street right-of-way line.
         (b)   All buildings shall be a minimum distance of 75 feet from any property line shared with any residential zoning district.
         (c)   Required yards fronting on a public or private street shall be landscaped as set forth in Article 20 of this chapter and shall not be used for parking, loading or product display.
      (4)   Screening.  All activities adjacent to a residential district shall be screened by a minimum six-foot high solid masonry wall or a permanently maintained dense vegetation screen; provided however, that said walls or screening shall not be located in any required yard adjacent to a public or private street.
      (5)   Parking and loading.  Off-street parking and loading shall be provided in compliance with Article 16 of this chapter.
      (6)   Lighting.  Lighting all exterior lighting fixtures shall be arranged and located so as to direct the light away from any public or private street or adjoining residential district.
('80 Code, App. A, § 120)  (Ord. 583, passed 9-16-1952; Ord. 1979, passed 1-7-1981; Ord. 2243, passed 12-19-1984; Ord. 2399, passed 4-20-1988; Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010; Ord. O2014-20, passed 8-27-2014)  Penalty, see § 154-999