§ 223.

AUTOMOTIVE

All automotive uses that have vehicular use areas defined in Section 102.31 shall meet the screening requirements for vehicular use areas in Section 142.



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SEC. 223. AUTOMOTIVE.
P P P P P P P P P P P P P (a) Sale or rental of new or used automobiles, when conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
P P P P P P P P P P (b) Sale or rental of new or used trucks, when conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
C* C C P P P P P P (c) Lot for sale or rental of new or used automobiles.
C* C C P P P P P P (d) Lot for sale or rental of new or used trucks.
C* C C P P P P P P (e) Sale or rental of new or used automobile trailers.
NA NA NA NA NA NA P P P P (f) Automobile service station for the sale and dispensing of gasoline, other motor fuels and lubricating oil directly into motor vehicles. The following activities shall be permitted at such a service station if normally conducted entirely within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law within 50 feet of any R District:
(1) The sale and dispensing of greases and brake fluids, including motor vehicle lubrication; and the sale or installation of tires, batteries and other accessories;
(2) Miscellaneous minor servicing and adjusting, which may include brakes, electrical equipment, fan belt, headlamps, sparkplugs, air filter, distributor points, carburetor, and generator charging rate;
(3) Installation of lamp globes, sparkplugs, oil filter or filtering element, windshield wiper blades and motors, radiator hose (without removal of radiator or water pump), battery cables and fan belt;
(4) The servicing and repairing of tires and batteries;
(5) The installation and servicing of smog control devices; and
(6) Automobile washing and polishing of an incidental nature, when performed primarily by hand and not including the use of any mechanical conveyor blower or steam-cleaning device.
P* P P P P P P P P P (g) Automobile service station as described above, with the following minor automobile repairs permitted therewith if conducted entirely within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law within 50 feet on any R District:
(1) Tuneup, including the repair or replacement of distributors, sparkplugs and carburetors;
(2) Brake repair;
(3) Shock absorber replacement;
(4) Muffler exchange, with no open flame or torch;
(5) Wheel balancing and alignment;
(6) Wheel bearing and seals replacement;
(7) Replacement of universal joints;
(8) Radiator mounting and dismounting, with repairs done elsewhere;
(9) Clutch adjustments;
(10) Repair or replacement of water pumps;
(11) Repair or replacement of generators, alternators and voltage regulators;
(12) Repair or replacement of starters;
(13) Repair or replacement of fuel pumps;
(14) Such other repairs as may be designated by the Chief of the San Francisco Fire Department as minor repairs under Paragraph 8.09(a)(5)(o) of Part II, Chapter IV (Fire Code) of the San Francisco Municipal Code.
P P P P P P P P Punder 7,500 gsf P (h) Repair garage for minor automobile repairs, limited to those repairs and other activities permitted at an automobile service station as described above, and in addition the following minor automobile repairs; all such repairs and other activities shall be conducted entirely within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law within 50 feet of any R District.
(1) Body and fender repair limited to replacement of parts and spot paint spraying; and
(2) Removal and replacement of engines, transmissions and differentials, with repairs to these components done elsewhere.
P P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (i) Repair garage for the following major automobile repairs, if conducted entirely within an enclosed building having no openings other than fixed windows or exits required by law within 50 feet of any R District:
(1) Internal engine repair or rebuilding;
(2) Repair or rebuilding of transmissions, differentials or radiators;
(3) Reconditioning of badly worn or damaged motor vehicles or trailers;
(4) Collision service, including body, frame or fender straightening or repair; and
(5) Full body paint spraying.
C* C C C P P P P P P (j) Automobile wash, when providing on the premises a reservoir of vehicle storage and standing area, outside the washing facilities, equal to at least ¼ the hourly capacity in vehicles of such facilities; provided,
(1) that incidental noise is reasonably confined to the premises by adequate soundproofing or other device, and
(2) that complete enclosure within a building may be required as a condition of approval, notwithstanding any other provision of this Code; but the foregoing provisions shall not preclude the imposition of any additional conditions pursuant to Section 303 of this Code.
P P P P P P (k) Tire recapping, if conducted on premises not less than 200 feet from any R District.
P* C P P P C C C (l) Parking lot, as regulated in Sections 155, 156 and 157 and other provisions of Article 1.5 of this Code.
P C C C C C P P P C C C C (m) Storage garage open to the public for passenger automobiles, as regulated in Sections 155, 156 and 157 and other provisions of Article 1.5 of this Code, where such storage garage is not a public building requiring approval by the Board of Supervisors under other provisions of law and is completely enclosed.
C* C C C C C P P P C C C C (n) Storage garage open to the public for passenger automobiles, as regulated in Sections 155, 156 and 157 and other provisions of Article 1.5 of this Code, where such storage garage is not a public building requiring approval by the Board of Supervisors under other provisions of law and is not completely enclosed.
P* P P P P P P P P P P P P (o) Storage garage open to the public for passenger automobiles, as regulated in Sections 155, 156 and 157 and other provisions of Article 1.5 of this Code, where such storage garage is a public building requiring approval by the Board of Supervisors under other provisions of law.
P C C C C C P P P C C C C (p) Major (nonaccessory) parking garage not open to the public, as defined in Section 158 and as regulated therein and in Sections 155 and 157 and other provisions of Article 1.5 of this Code.
C C C C C NA NA NA NA P P P (q) Parcel delivery service, limited to facilities for the unloading, sorting and reloading of local retail merchandise for home deliveries, where the operation is conducted entirely within a completely enclosed building; including garage facilities for local delivery trucks, but excluding repair shop facilities.
P P P P P P P (r) Parcel delivery service, not subject to the above limitations.
C C P P P P P P P (s) Ambulance service.
C P P P P P P P (t) Storage garage for commercial passenger vehicles and light delivery trucks.
C P P P P P P (u) Storage yard for commercial vehicles or trucks, if conducted within an area completely enclosed by a wall or concealing fence not less than six feet high.
C C P P P (v) Truck terminal facility, if located not less than 200 feet from any R District.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Amended by Ord. 414-85, App. 9/17/85; Ord. 99-08, File No. 080339, App. 6/11/2008; Ord. 298-08, File No. 081153, App. 12/19/2008; Ord. 84-10, File No. 091453, App. 4/22/2010; Ord. 182-12 , File No. 120665, App. 8/8/2012, Eff. 9/7/2012)

New column C-3-O(SD) added; Ord. 182-12 , Eff. 9/7/2012.

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