Conditional Use Permit Table

From Chapter 29 of the Town Code
The adoption of this chapter is based on the premise that there are uses which can be specified for each zone which, in practically all instances, will be mutually compatible. In addition, there are other uses which might be compatible with ordinarily allowed uses if properly located and regulated. These are called conditional uses. They are listed in section 29.20.185. However, the listing of a conditional use does not indicate that the use must be allowed. There will be locations or instances where a specified conditional use is inappropriate in a zone regardless of the extent of regulation.

An "X" indicates that an activity is allowed in a zone if a conditional use permit is issued. Activities listed in this table are only allowed where a conditional use permit is issued, or where the activity is specifically listed in the permitted uses for the zone.
Table of Conditional Uses
RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
(1) Commercial RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Banks                 X X X    
  b. Savings and loan office                 X X X    
  c. Drive-up window for any business                 X X X    
  d. Supermarket                 X X X    
  e. Super drugstore                 X X X    
  f. Department store                 X X X    
  g. Shopping center                 X X X    
  h. Motel                   X X    
  i. Hotel                   X X    
  j. Restaurant including those with outdoor dining areas or takeout food                 X X X X X
  k. Establishment selling alcoholic beverages for consumption on premises                          
    1. In conjunction with a restaurant                 X X X X  
    2. Without food service (bar)                   X      
  l. Establishment selling alcoholic beverages for consumption off-premises (this provision only applies to establishments commencing or expanding off-premises sales after April 23, 1981)                 X X X    
  m. Convenience market                 X X X    
  n. Formula retail business                   X      
  o. Formula retail business greater than 6,000 s.f.                 X   X X  
  p. Personal service businesses (as set forth in section 29.60.320).                   X      
  q. New office building approved or constructed after May 1, 2006                

 X

X

X 

 X

 
(2) Recreation RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Commercial recreation and amusement establishment                 X X X X  
  b. Theater                   X      
  c. Outdoor entertainment                   X      
  d. Swimming pool for non-incidental use X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  e. Private sports recreation club X X X X X X   X X X X    
  f. Golf course X X X X X                
(3) Community services RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Public building; police, fire, community center, library, art gallery, museum X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  b. Club, lodge, hall, fraternal organization     X X X X   X X X X X X
  c. Church, monastery, convent, and other institutions for religious observance X X X X X X   X X X X X  
  d. Mortuary, columbarium, mausoleum           X       X X X  
  e. Public transportation and parking facilities X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  f. Park, plaza, playground X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  g. Nonprofit youth groups X                        
(4) Schools RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Public schools or college not otherwise specified X X X X X X   X X X X X  
  b. Private school or college not otherwise specified; including a new private school or college to be located on grounds or within buildings formerly occupied by a public school X X X X X X   X X X X X  
  c. Nursery school/Day care center, provided that each shall be on a site not less than 20,000 square feet in area and in a building not less than 2,000 square feet in floor area X X X X X X   X X X X X  
  d. Small family day care home               X X X X    
  e. Large family day care home               X X X X    
  f. Vocational or trade school                   X X X  
  g. Business or professional school or college               X X X X X  
  h. Art, craft, music, dancing school               X X X X X  
(5) Health Services RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Hospital               X          
  b. Convalescent hospital     X   X X   X X X X    
  c. Residential care facility-small family home               X X X X    
  d. Residential care facility-large family home X X X X X X   X X X X    
  e. Residential care facility-group home X X X X X X   X X X X    
(6) Transmission Facilities/Utilities RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Public utility service yard, station, transmission lines, storage tank, drainage or communication facilities X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  b. Antenna facilities operated by a public or private utility for transmitting and receiving cellular telephone and other wireless communications X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  c. Radio and/or broadcast studios               X X X X X X
(7) Automotive (Vehicle sales, service and related activities) RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. New vehicle sales and rental                   X X    
  b. Used vehicle sales only incidental to new vehicle sales and rental                   X X    
  c. Vehicle tires and accessories, sales, servicing, recapping                     X X  
  d. Vehicle body repair and painting                     X X  
  e. Vehicle repair and service (garage)                     X X  
  f. Service station                 X X X X  
  g. Parking lots or storage garages, not accessory to another use                   X X    
  h. Car wash                     X    
  i. Truck terminal                       X X
  j. Alternating use of off-street parking spaces X X X X X     X X X X X X
  k. Recreational vehicle and equipment storage yard                     X X X
  l. Temporary auto storage for automobile dealers X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  m. Parking lots that serve a nearby commercial use located on a previously unimproved property in the R-1:12 zone on an arterial street     X                    
(8) Residential Uses RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. One-family dwelling               X X X X X  
  b. Two-family dwelling               X X X X X  
  c. Multiple-family dwelling         X     X X X X X  
  d. Boardinghouse         X         X X X  
  e. Apartment hotel         X         X X    
  f. Mobile home park         X                
  g. Residential condominium         X     X X X X X  
  h. Caretaker residence X X                      
  i. Reserved.                          
  j. Conversion of a mobile home park to condominium ownership         X   X            
  k. Live/work units               X X X X X  
(9) Agriculture and Animal Services RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Botanical nursery X X X X X X   X X X X X X
  b. Dairying X X                      
  c. Veterinary hospital (without kennel)                   X X X X
  d. Kennel X X                     X
  e. Commercial and private stables and riding academies X X X X X                
  f. Wineries that have been legally and continuously operating for at least 50 years or is operated in conjunction with a vineyard. X                        
  g. Aviaries and other wholesaling animal-raising facilities X X X                    
  h. Vineyards, orchards, and agricultural or farming activities greater than 3,000 s.f. X X X                    
(10) Light Industrial RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Large recycling collection facilities                       X X
  b. Large recycling collection facilities operated by a public agency X X X X X X X X X X X X X
  c. Equipment rental yard                   X X X  
  d. Construction materials yard                       X X
  e. Bulk fuel storage and sales                       X X
  f. Dry cleaning plants                 X X X    
  g. Hazardous waste management facility                         X
(11) Other RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  a. Outdoor storage                     X X X
  b. Changing the activity in a nonconforming building X X X X X X   X X X X X X
TABLE OF CONDITIONAL USES RC HR R1 RD R-M R-1D RMH O C-1 C-2 CH LM CM
  c. 24 hour businesses or businesses open between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.               X X X X X X