ARTICLE 4.14.  SUPPLEMENTARY STANDARDSlinklink

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8.4.1401: APPLICABILITY:
8.4.1402: OUTDOOR STORAGE:
8.4.1403: VISIBILITY AT INTERSECTIONS:
8.4.1404: ERECTION AND ALTERATION OF BUILDINGS:
8.4.1405: ACCESSORY BUILDINGS:
8.4.1406: INCLUSION OF OPEN SPACE:
8.4.1407: ERECTION OF MORE THAN ONE PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE ON A PARCEL:
8.4.1408: EXCEPTIONS TO HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS:
8.4.1409: MOBILE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND TEMPORARY COMMERCIAL STRUCTURES:

8.4.1401: APPLICABILITY:linklink


The supplementary standards set forth in this article are applicable in all zones established by this title. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)
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The section below has been affected by a recently passed ordinance, 546 - LAND USE AMENDMENTS. Go to new ordinance.

8.4.1402: OUTDOOR STORAGE:linklink


A. Prohibited: No property shall be used for outdoor storage of items which are not customarily used or stored outdoors in connection with the normal operation of one or more permitted uses in the underlying zone.


B. Items Customarily Stored Outdoors: Items customarily used or stored outdoors include, without limitation, the following:

1. Clotheslines.

2. Agricultural equipment and materials.

3. Storage of firewood for the purpose of consumption, but only by the persons residing on the premises.

4. Parking of licensed and operable motor vehicles on a designated driveway or parking area. This shall not include racing cars or trucks of any type that cannot be lawfully driven on a public highway.

5. No more than two (2) unlicensed or inoperable motor vehicles.

6. Items that are made of a material that is resistant to damage or deterioration from exposure to the outside environment.

7. Items which may be stored outdoors as provided in article 4.13 of this chapter.


C. Indoor Storage: Except as provided in subsection B of this section or in article 4.13 of this chapter, all materials, equipment and personal property shall be stored within a building or be fully screened so as not to be visible from adjacent properties or rights of way. For purposes of this subsection, an item located on a porch of a building is considered to be stored outdoors if the porch is not enclosed.


D. Construction Materials Storage: Property may be used for the storage of materials used in the construction of structures on the property so long as there is an active building permit for the structures or the structures are exempt from building permit requirements.


E. Major Recreational Equipment And Utility Trailers:

1. Major recreational equipment and utility trailers which are licensed and operable may be parked on designated driveways or parking areas.

2. Major recreational equipment and utility trailers brought by a visitor may be parked or occupied for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days while visiting the resident of the property. This shall be in addition to any major recreational equipment otherwise permitted to be parked or stored on the property pursuant to this title.

3. Major recreational equipment and utility trailers shall not be parked or stored on any public or private road for longer than twenty four (24) hours. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)

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8.4.1403: VISIBILITY AT INTERSECTIONS:linklink

On a corner lot, nothing shall be erected, placed, planted, or allowed to grow in such a manner as to materially impede vision between a height of two feet six inches (2'6") and ten feet (10') above the centerline grades of the intersecting streets of such corner lots and a line joining points along said street lines fifty feet (50') from the point of intersection. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)
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8.4.1404: ERECTION AND ALTERATION OF BUILDINGS:linklink

No building or other structure shall hereafter be erected or altered in any manner contrary to the provisions of this title or title 7, chapter 1 of this code, including, without limitation, the following:


A. Exceeding applicable height regulations;


B. Accommodating or housing a greater number of families; provided, however, that this provision shall not be interpreted in a manner that discriminates against race, ethnicity, national origin, age, family status or disability;


C. Occupying a greater percentage of lot area; or


D. Having narrower or smaller rear yards, front yards, side yards, or other open space. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)

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8.4.1405: ACCESSORY BUILDINGS:linklink

Accessory buildings shall not be erected in open space required under the provisions of this title. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)
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8.4.1406: INCLUSION OF OPEN SPACE:linklink

No part of a yard, or other open space, or off street parking or loading space required in connection with any building for the purpose of complying with this title shall be included as part of a yard, open space, or off street parking, or loading space similarly required for any other building. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)
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8.4.1407: ERECTION OF MORE THAN ONE PRINCIPAL STRUCTURE ON A PARCEL:linklink


A. In the commercial, light industrial, industrial, mining, and high density residential zones, more than one structure housing a permitted primary use may be erected on a single parcel, provided that the open space and other requirements of this title shall be met for each structure as though it were on an individual parcel.


B. In the agricultural, agricultural suburban, restricted residential and rural zones, no more than one structure housing any single permitted primary use may be erected on a single parcel, except as specifically permitted in the individual zone.


C. When a properly permitted manufactured home is replaced with another properly permitted manufactured home or residential structure, the manufactured home may be temporarily stored on site for up to ninety (90) days if it complies with the following requirements:

1. It is disconnected from all utilities; and

2. It is placed on wheels and axles, and the running gear, including the tongue, are in place.


D. A manufactured home may not be converted to, or used as, a storage unit. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)

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8.4.1408: EXCEPTIONS TO HEIGHT REQUIREMENTS:linklink

Height limitations contained in this title, except those which apply within the airport overlay zone as set forth in section 8.3.107 of this title, shall not apply to spires, belfries, cupolas, antennas, water tanks, ventilators, chimneys, or other appurtenances usually required to be placed above the roof level and not intended for human occupancy. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)
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8.4.1409: MOBILE COMMERCIAL VEHICLES AND TEMPORARY COMMERCIAL STRUCTURES:linklink


A. Mobile commercial vehicles and temporary commercial structures are uses permitted of right in the commercial, mining, light industrial and industrial zones, and may be permitted in conjunction with any commercial use permitted via conditional use permit, special notice permit or administrative approval.


B. The design standards set forth in articles 4.6 and 4.7 of this chapter shall not be applied upon the establishment of a use located within a mobile commercial vehicle or temporary commercial structure if an existing commercial, industrial or mining use has previously been established.


C. Mobile commercial vehicles and temporary commercial structures may be located on public property or right of way only upon written consent of the agency with jurisdiction.


D. Mobile commercial vehicles and temporary commercial structures selling prepared food shall at all times have the appropriate valid permits from Panhandle health district.


E. Mobile commercial vehicles may operate continuously as long as they are capable of being driven or towed on public roads.


F. Temporary commercial structures may be used for no longer than thirty (30) days in any given ninety (90) day period. (Ord. 493, 6-9-2016)

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