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Chapter 18. General Zoning Ordinance

Sec. 18-42. (CD) Campus Development Zoning District

(1) Intent. This district is intended to recognize the presence and importance of large-scale governmental, office, educational, medical, and research and development facilities in the City; to facilitate their development; and to coordinate their futures with those of their neighbors and the community as a whole. This district is also intended to:

(a) Permit appropriate campus growth, while minimizing adverse impacts associated with modifications, infill development, and/or expansion;

(b) Recognize the sharing of parking, green space, and other efficiencies that come with integrated campus planning and development;

(c) Balance the ability of a campus to evolve and the public benefits associated with such development, with the need to protect the livability and vitality of nearby properties and neighborhoods; and,

(d) Encourage the preparation of campus master plans that establish full conforming zoning status, facilitate predictable campus development, and enable nearby property owners, residents and the community to understand short-term development proposals, impacts and mitigation strategies within the context of long-term development possibilities.

(2) See Section 18-166 for the process to establish Campus Development Zoning.

(3) See Section 18-166(3) for the Campus Master Plan requirements.

(4) Interim Campus Development Zoning. The following shall apply to properties zoned Campus Development prior to the adoption of a Campus Master Plan.

(a) All existing land uses, structures, paved areas, and lots are legal conforming, consistent with Article V.

(b) All future land uses, structures, and paved areas shall be regulated as conditional uses per the requirements of Section 18-161.

(c) All future development is exempt from the requirements of Section 18-114 Group and Large Developments.

(5) Land Use Regulations

(a) All land uses and development (including buildings, structures, paved areas, fixtures, landscaping and signage) existing as of the date of CMP approval which are depicted on the approved Campus Existing Conditions Graphic and/or listed on the approved Campus Existing Development Inventory, shall be considered as fully legal, conforming land uses and development, unless explicitly identified by the City within the CMP approval documentation as having a legal nonconforming or nonconforming status.

(b) Proposed land uses and development which are located within the Campus Development zoning district, and which are consistent with the approved Campus Plan Graphic and/Campus Plan Development Inventory, shall be considered, reviewed and approved prior to the time of their development, per Section 18-166.

(c) Specific land uses and development within the Campus Development zoning district which are inconsistent with an approved CMP shall be reviewed as conditional uses. See Section 18-166 for expired CMPs.

(d) A Planned Development may be proposed, considered and approved within any portion of the area of an approved CMP, and if approved, shall supersede explicitly approved provisions of the CMP and the Zoning Ordinance, for the area included within the boundaries of the Planned Development.

(e) Land Uses which are proposed, but not listed in Section 18-41, shall be subject to the rules of interpretation and appeals governing the Zoning Ordinance.

(6) Principal Uses Permitted by Right. Refer to Article III for detailed definitions and requirements for each of the following land uses.

(a) Central Area

1. Single Family

2. Two Flat

3. Twin-House

4. Duplex

5. Townhouse (3-8 units per building)

6. Multiplex (3-8 units per building)

7. Apartment (3-24+ units per building)

8. Community Garden

9. Small Scale Indoor Institutional

10. Large Scale Indoor Institutional

11. Passive Outdoor Recreation

12. Active Outdoor Recreation

13. Intensive Outdoor Recreation

14. Essential Services

15. Small Scale Public Services and Utilities

16. Institutional Residential

17. Office

18. Personal or Professional Service

19. Artisan Studio

20. Indoor Sales or Service (under 10,000 gross square feet)

21. Indoor Commercial Entertainment

22. Outdoor Commercial Entertainment

23. Commercial Indoor Lodging

24. Boarding House

25. Research, Development, and Related Manufacturing

26. Indoor Food Production

27. Indoor Storage and Wholesaling

28. Outdoor Storage and Wholesaling

29. Transit Center

30. Airport

31. Heliport

32. Off-Site Parking

33. Communication Antenna

34. Communication Tower

(b) Peripheral Area

1. Single Family

2. Two Flat

3. Twin-House

4. Duplex

5. Townhouse (3-4 units per building)

6. Multiplex (3-4 units per building)

7. Apartment (3-4 units per building)

8. Small Scale Indoor Institutional

9. Passive Outdoor Recreation

10. Active Outdoor Recreation

11. Essential Services

12. Small Scale Public Services and Utilities

13. Office

14. Personal or Professional Service

15. Artisan Studio

16. Indoor Sales or Service (under 10,000 gross square feet)

17. Indoor Commercial Entertainment

18. Off-Site Parking

19. Communication Antenna

(7) Principal Uses Permitted as Conditional Use. Refer to Article III for detailed definitions and requirements for each of the following land uses.

(a) Central Area

1. Market Garden

2. Community Living Arrangement (1-16+ Residents)

3. Indoor Sales or Service (over 10,000 gross square feet)

4. Outdoor Display

5. In-Vehicle Sales or Service

6. Bed and Breakfast

7. Group Daycare Center

8. Animal Boarding

9. Tourist House

10. Campground

11. Light Industrial

(b) Peripheral Area

1. Townhouse (5-8 units per building)

2. Multiplex (5-8 units per building)

3. Apartment (5-24+ units per building)

4. Community Garden

5. Large Scale Indoor Institutional

6. Intensive Outdoor Recreation

7. Institutional Residential

8. Indoor Sales or Service (over 10,000 gross square feet)

9. Indoor Commercial Entertainment

10. Outdoor Commercial Entertainment

11. In-Vehicle Sales or Service

12. Commercial Indoor Lodging

13. Boarding House

14. Tourist House

15. Campground

16. Group Daycare Center

17. Group Daycare Center

18. Research, Development, and Related Manufacturing

19. Indoor Food Production

20. Indoor Storage and Wholesaling

21. Outdoor Storage and Wholesaling

22. Transit Center

23. Airport

24. Communication Tower

(8) Accessory Uses Permitted by Right. Refer to Article III for detailed definitions and requirements for each of the following land uses.

(a) Central Area

1. Satellite Dish

2. Personal Antenna and Tower

3. In-Home Daycare (4-8 children)

4. Residential Accessory Building

5. Residential Accessory Building

6. Nonresidential Accessory Building

7. Landscape Feature

8. Deck

9. Recreational Facility

10. Solar Energy System

11. Onsite Ancillary Use

(b) Peripheral Area

1. Satellite Dish

2. Personal Antenna and Tower

3. In-Home Daycare (4-8 children)

4. Residential Accessory Building

5. Incidental Outdoor Display

6. Residential Accessory Building

7. Nonresidential Accessory Building

8. Landscape Feature

9. Deck

10. Recreational Facility

11. Solar Energy System

12. Onsite Ancillary Use

(9) Accessory Uses Permitted as Conditional Use. Refer to Article III for detailed definitions and requirements

(a) Central Area

1. Small Wind Energy System

2. Solar Energy System

(b) Peripheral Area

1. Small Wind Energy System

2. Solar Energy System

(10) Temporary Uses. Refer to Article III for detailed definitions and requirements for each of the following land uses. (Exempt from setbacks unless specified in Article III or CMP.)

(a) Central Area

1. Temporary Outdoor Sales

2. Temporary Outdoor Assembly

3. Temporary Construction Storage

4. Temporary Contractor's Project Office

5. Temporary On-Site Real Estate Sales Office

6. Farmer's Market

7. Garage or Estate Sale

(b) Peripheral Area

1. Temporary Outdoor Sales

2. Temporary Outdoor Assembly

3. Temporary Construction Storage

4. Temporary Contractor's Project Office

5. Temporary On-Site Real Estate Sales Office

6. Farmer's Market

7. Garage or Estate Sale

(11) Height, Bulk and Intensity Requirements for the (CD) Campus Development District:

 Central AreaPeripheral Area
Minimum Lot AreaPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Maximum Building Coverage of LotPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Minimum Lot WidthPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Minimum SetbacksPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Major Street SetbackMinimum of 50 feet or mean of adjoining lots (see Section 18-12 and 18-72)
Maximum Principal Building HeightPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria50 feet
Minimum Principal Building Separation (multi-structure developments on shared lots)10 feet
Minimum Pavement Setback (lot line to pavement; excludes driveway entrances and lots that are 50 feet wide or less)Per CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Minimum Parking RequiredPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Minimum Garage Door Setback to Alley (if applicable)Per CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Accessory Building Side SetbackPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Accessory Building Rear SetbackPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria
Maximum Detached Accessory Building HeightPer CMP or Conditional Use Criteria