§ 154-19.10  Illustrative Examples and Table of Uses.
   Illustrative Example 4 - Types of Antennas
 
Panel Antenna
Whip Antenna
Parabolic Antenna
Illustrative Example 5 -  Use of Existing Vertical Elements Is Encouraged
Illustrative Example 6 -  Use of Existing Building Height and Wall Mounting
Illustrative Example 7 -  Types of Towers
 
Lattice
Guy Wire Not Permitted
Monopole
Illustrative Example 8 -  Typical Required Screening for Facilities
 
Table No. 10 - Personal Wireless Communication Facilities Permitted Uses by Zoning District
Zoning District
HP
AG and All Residential Districts (1)
OT (1), B-1, TR (1) and BP
B-2
L-I, H-I and IP
P (1)
Antennae Type
New monopole or tower
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Permitted principal or accessory use (2)
Not permitted
Replacement tower/antenna
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Permitted principal or accessory use (2)
Not permitted
Lattice
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Permitted
Permitted
Not permitted
Roof-mounted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Permitted accessory use (1)
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
 
 
Table No. 10 - Personal Wireless Communication Facilities Permitted Uses by Zoning District
Zoning District
HP
AG and All Residential Districts (1)
OT (1), B-1, TR (1) and BP
B-2
L-I, H-I and IP
P (1)
Antennae Type
Wall-strapping
Not permitted
Not permitted
Not permitted
Permitted
Permitted
Not permitted
Wall-mounted
Not permitted
Permitted accessory use (1)
Permitted accessory use (1)
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
Concealed or disguised
Not permitted
Permitted accessory use (1)
Permitted accessory use (1)
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
Permitted accessory use
(1)   Permitted only in conjunction with legally established nonresidential uses.
(2)   A CUP is required for 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 General Plan), or a future or existing park area (as identified in the Parks and Recreation Element of the City of Yuma General Plan).
 
(Ord. O2000-35, passed 6-21-2000; Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010)