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1 Sec C-2 General commercial district. (a) C-2 District Scope and Intent. Regulations set forth in this Section are the C-2 General commercial district regulations. Article IV should be consulted to determine uses and minimum standards for uses allowed by Administrative Permit or Use Permit. The C-2 General commercial district is to serve the retail and commercial needs of the regional community. (b) Permitted uses. Structures and land may be used for only the following purposes: (1) Any use permitted in the C-1 District; (2) Accident and health insurance carriers; (3) Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping services; (4) Adjustment and collection services; (5) Advertising agencies; (6) Ambulance and emergency medical services; (7) Amusement and recreation services; (8) Amusement parks; (9) Apartments, above or behind commercial and office uses in the same building; (10) Architectural services; (11) Armature rewinding shops; (12) Assembly halls; (13) Auto and home supply stores; (14) Automatic merchandising machine operators; (15) Automotive exhaust system repair shops; (16) Automotive glass replacement shops; (17) Automotive parking lots; automotive specialty shops; garage, automobile repair except painting, body repair and overhaul of major components; parking lots; parking garages/decks; (18) Automotive transmission repair shops; 1

2 (19) Bands, orchestras, actors, and other entertainers and entertainment groups; (20) Batting cage; (21) Boat dealers; (22) Bowling centers; (23) Building cleaning and maintenance services; (24) Business associations; (25) Business consulting services; (26) Car wash; (27) Carpentry work; (28) Carpet and upholstery cleaning; (29) Catalog and mail-order houses; (30) Catering, carry out and delivery; (31) Check cashing services; (32) Civic, social, and fraternal associations; (33) Coin operated amusement devices; (34) Commercial art and graphic design; (35) Commercial economic, sociological, and educational research (except testing laboratories); (36) Commercial photography; (37) Commercial physical and biological research (except testing laboratories); (38) Commercial printing; (39) Commodity contracts brokers and dealers; (40) Communication services; (41) Computer and computer software stores; (42) Computer facilities management services; 2

3 (43) Computer integrated systems design; (44) Computer maintenance and repair; (45) Computer processing and data preparation and processing services; (46) Computer programming services; (47) Computer related services; (48) Computer rental and leasing; (49) Concrete work; (50) Credit institutions such as federal and federally sponsored credit agencies; personal credit institutions; short-term business credit institutions; other miscellaneous business credit institutions; (51) Credit reporting services; (52) Detective, guard, and armored car services; (53) Direct mail advertising services; (54) Direct selling establishments; (55) Disinfecting and pest control services; (56) Dispatcher services; (57) Drapery, curtain, and upholstery stores; (58) Dry-cleaning plants (except rug cleaning); (59) Eating places; (60) Electrical and electronic repair shops; (61) Electrical work; (62) Employment agencies; (63) Engineering services; (64) Equipment rental and leasing (except heavy construction equipment); (65) Extended stay residential facilities, or other similar accommodations: provided that no guest room shall have direct access to the exterior of the building except through a main or central lobby; that the main or central lobby must have an area of at least 700 square feet; and that 3

4 the main or central lobby must have a management employee on duty 24 hours per day and seven days per week; (66) Facilities support management services; (67) Financial establishments such as federal reserve banks; central reserve depository institutions; national commercial banks; state commercial banks; commercial banks, not elsewhere classified; savings institutions (federally and not federally chartered); credit unions (federally and not federally chartered); branches and agencies of foreign banks; foreign trade and international banking institutions; non-deposit trust facilities; and functions related to depository banking; (68) Fire, marine, and casualty insurance carriers; (69) Floor covering stores; (70) Floor layering and other floor work; (71) Fuel oil dealers and fuel dealers; (72) Funeral services and homes; (73) Furniture stores; (74) Garden machinery and equipment; (75) Gasoline service stations (except truck stops); (76) General automotive garages, repair shops, and services; (77) General merchandise stores and variety stores; (78) Grocery stores; (79) Gymnasiums; (80) Health club/spa; (81) Health services such as offices and clinics of doctors of medicine, dentists, doctors of osteopathy, chiropractors, optometrists, podiatrists, and other miscellaneous health practitioners; (82) Heating and air-conditioning services (83) Help supply services; (84) Home furnishing stores; (85) Home furnishings; 4

5 (86) Hospital and medical service plans; (87) Hotels; (88) Household appliance stores; (89) Individual and family social services; (90) Information retrieval services; (91) Intercity and rural bus transportation; (92) Job training and vocational rehabilitation services; (93) Labor unions and similar labor organizations; (94) Land subdividers and developers (except cemeteries); (95) Laundry and garment services; (96) Laundry and/or dry cleaning plant distribution center (not including processing, fabrication or manufacturing); (97) Lessors of railroad property; (98) Lessors of real property; (99) Libraries and museums; (100) Life insurance carriers; (101) Linen supply; (102) Liquefied petroleum gas (bottled gas) dealers; (103) Liquor stores; (104) Local and suburban transit; (105) Local bus charter service; bus charter services; (106) Local passenger transportation; (107) Lumber and other building materials dealers; (108) Management services and management consulting services; (109) Masonry, stone setting, and other stone work; (110) Medical equipment rental and leasing; (111) Membership sports and recreation clubs; 5

6 (112) Men s, women s, and children s apparel, shoes, and accessory stores; (113) Millinery or similar trade whenever products are sold retail, exclusively on the site where produced; (114) Mortgage bankers, loan correspondents, and loan brokers; (115) Motels; (116) Motion picture and video tape production; and services allied to motion picture production; (117) Motion picture and videotape distributions; and services allied to motion picture distribution; (118) Motion picture theaters (except drive-ins); (119) Motor vehicle dealers (new and/or used); (120) Motorcycle dealers; (121) Musical instrument stores; (122) News syndicates; (123) Noncommercial research organizations; (124) Offices; (125) Operators of apartment buildings; (126) Operators of dwellings other than apartment buildings; (127) Operators of nonresidential buildings; (128) Operators of residential mobile home sites; (129) Optical goods stores; (130) Organization hotels and lodging houses, on membership basis; (131) Other miscellaneous advertising services; (132) Other miscellaneous automotive dealers; (133) Other miscellaneous business services; (134) Other miscellaneous insurance carriers; (135) Other miscellaneous membership organizations (except religious organizations); 6

7 (136) Other miscellaneous personal services; (137) Other miscellaneous repair shops and related services; (138) Other miscellaneous social services; (139) Other miscellaneous special trade contractors; (140) Outdoor advertising services; (141) Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores; (142) Painting and paper hanging; (143) Passenger car rental and leasing; (144) Pawn shops; (145) Pension, health, and welfare funds; (146) Pet shops and pet supply stores; pet grooming (no overnight stay); (147) Photocopying and duplicating services; (148) Photofinishing laboratories; (149) Plastering, drywall, acoustical, and insulation work; (150) Plumbing services; (151) Plumbing shop associated with retail sales; (152) Political organizations; (153) Poolrooms; (154) Power laundries, family and commercial; (155) Prepackaged software; (156) Printing shops, convenience; (157) Professional membership organizations; (158) Professional sports clubs and promoters; (159) Public relations services; (160) Radio and television repair shops; 7

8 (161) Radio, television, and consumer electronics; (162) Radio, television, and publisher s advertising representatives; (163) Radiotelephone communications; telephone communications; and telegraph and other message communications; (164) Record and pre-recorded tape stores; (165) Recreational vehicle dealers; (166) Recycling centers, collecting; (167) Refrigeration and air-conditioning service and repair shops; (168) Repair shops not involving any manufacturing on the site; (169) Retail stores or shops; (170) Reupholstery and furniture repair; (171) Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work; (172) Rooming and boarding houses; (173) School buses and services; (174) Secretarial and court reporting services; (175) Security and commodity exchanges; investment advice; and services allied with the exchange of securities or commodities; (176) Security brokers, dealers, and flotation companies; (177) Security systems services; (178) Skating rink; (179) Surety insurance carriers; (180) Surveying services; (181) Tax return preparation services; (182) Taxicabs; (183) Terminal and service facilities for motor vehicle passenger transportation; (184) Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic work; 8

9 (185) Theaters, except drive-in motion picture theatres; (186) Tinsmithing shop associated with retail sales; (187) Title abstract offices; (188) Title insurance carriers; (189) Tour operators and arrangements of passenger transportation services; (190) Travel agencies; (191) Truck rental and leasing; (192) United States Postal Service; (193) Utility trailer and recreational vehicle rental; (194) Video tape rental; (195) Watch, clock, and jewelry repair; (196) Welding repair; (197) Accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to the above uses. (c) Development standards. Unless otherwise provided in this chapter, uses permitted in the C-2 district shall conform to the following development standards: (1) Minimum lot area: one-half acre. (2) Minimum lot width: 100 feet. (3) Minimum front yard: 35 feet. (4) Minimum rear yard: 15 feet 1. (5) Minimum side yard: None 2. (6) Maximum lot coverage: 50 percent 3. 1 All C-2 uses abutting a residential district must maintain a side and rear yard of 25 feet with a minimum ten-foot landscaped buffer as specified in article X of this chapter, or undisturbed natural buffer. No storage of equipment or vehicle parking is permitted in the side yard and/or rear yard. 2 All C-2 uses abutting a residential district must maintain a side and rear yard of 25 feet with a minimum ten-foot landscaped buffer as specified in article X of this chapter, or undisturbed natural buffer. No storage of equipment or vehicle parking is permitted in the side yard and/or rear yard. 9

10 (7) Maximum building height: 48 feet. (8) All vehicle parking areas which abut a residential district shall be concealed using a ten-foot planted buffer or opaque screen. (d) Design standards. Unless otherwise provided in this chapter, uses permitted in the C-2 district shall conform to the following design standards: (1) All uses must be located on a collector street or larger. (2) All outside storage of materials and equipment must be completely screened from public view from adjacent properties and streets by an opaque screening device. (3) Site design must permit on-site maneuvering of all vehicles; no backing from the street shall be permitted. (4) Parking areas shall be provided as specified in article IX of this chapter. (5) Buffers shall be provided as specified in article X of this chapter. (e) Minimum accessory structure requirements: (1) Accessory structures may be located in the rear yard only, but shall not be located within a minimum yard. (2) Other use: Accessory structures shall not be located in the minimum front yard. (3) Temporary storage pods are intended for a limited period of time and not for permanent storage. (f) Other regulations. The headings below contain provisions that may also be applicable to the C-2 district. Chapter 29 Chapter 38 Chapter 47 Chapter 56 Fire Code Manufactured and Mobile Homes Solid Waste Traffic & Vehicles Parking Chapter 62 Chapter 65 Building Code Regulations Environment 3 Including accessory structures. 10

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