§ 225.

WHOLESALING, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION AND OPEN-AIR HANDLING OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT



C-1 C-2 C-3-O C-3-O(SD) C-3-R C-3-G C-3-S C-M M-1 M-2 PDR-1-G PDR-1-D PDR-1-B PDR-2
SEC. 225. WHOLESALING, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION AND OPEN-AIR HANDLING OF MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT.
C C C P P P P (a) Storage building for household goods.
P P P P P P P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (b) Wholesale establishment when conducted entirely within an enclosed building, not including a storage warehouse.
P P P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (c) Wholesale storage warehouse, except for storage of inflammables.
P C (d) Bulk storage of inflammable or highly combustible materials, if conducted not less than 500 feet from any R or NC District.
C C (e) Bulk storage of explosives, if conducted not less than 500 feet from any R or NC District.
P P P P (f) Cold storage plant, when conducted within a completely enclosed building; provided, that no part of a building so occupied shall have any opening, other than fixed windows or exits required by law, within 50 feet of any R District.
P P P (g) Grain elevator.
C C NA NA P P (h) Dairy products distribution plant, where provision is made for off-street parking of all vehicles used and all operations including loading and unloading are conducted entirely within an enclosed building. (See also Section 226.)
P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (i) Lot for sale of new or used merchandise, not including any use first specifically listed below.
P P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (j) Service yard for public utility, or public use of a similar character, if conducted entirely within an area completely enclosed by a wall or concealing fence not less than six feet high.
P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (k) Contractor’s storage yard or yard for rental of contractors’ equipment if conducted within an area enclosed by a wall or concealing fence not less than six feet high.
P P P P Punder 5,000 gsf P (l) Yard for storage or sale of building materials or lumber, livestock feed, or coal, if conducted within an area enclosed by a wall or concealing fence not less than six feet high.
P P P P P (m) Stone or monument yard, if conducted within an area enclosed by a wall or a concealing fence not less than six feet high.
P P P (n) Storage within a completely enclosed building of junk, waste, secondhand, discarded or salvaged materials, excluding automobile wrecking operations as defined in this Section 225; and if conducted not less than 200 feet from any R or NC District.
P P (o) Junkyard, if located not less than 200 feet from any R or NC District. Junkyard shall mean an outdoor space where junk, waste, discarded or salvaged materials are stored or handled, including house-wrecking yards, used lumber yards and places or yards for storage of salvaged house wrecking and structural steel materials and equipment; excluding automobile wrecking operations as defined in this Section 225, yards or establishments for the sale, purchase or storage of used cars or machinery in operable condition, and the processing of used, discarded or salvaged materials as part of a permitted manufacturing operation in the same premises.
C C C (p) Automobile wrecking operation; provided, (1) that there shall be sufficient working space on the property to permit proper functioning of the operation without use of any public right-of-way for storage of inoperable vehicles or parts, (2) that the operation shall be clearly separated from adjacent properties and public rights-of-way, and (3) that the operation be conducted not less than 500 feet from any R or NC District. No automobile wrecking operation lawfully existing at the effective date hereof shall be continued more than three years from said date unless a conditional use authorization for such operation has been granted pursuant to this Code; provided, however, that no such automobile wrecking operation eligible for governmental payments to assist relocation shall be continued more than 1½ years from said effective date unless a conditional use authorization for such operation has been granted pursuant to this Code. The term “automobile wrecking operation” as used herein shall mean the disassembling, dismantling, junking or “wrecking” of motor vehicles of any type, or the storage of such vehicles not in operable condition.
C C (q) Hazardous waste facility, when conducted not less than 200 feet from any R or NC District, which shall mean all contiguous land and structures, other appurtenances and improvements on the land used for treatment, transfer, storage, resource recovery, disposal or recycling of hazardous waste that is produced at an off-site facility, but shall not include a facility that: (1) manages only used oil, used oil filters, latex paint, antifreeze, small household batteries or lead acid batteries; or (2) establishes that it is not required to obtain a hazardous waste facility permit from the State of California. The terms “hazardous waste,” “treatment,” “transfer,” “storage,” “disposal,” “off-site facility,” and “used oil” as used herein shall have the meaning given those terms in the California Health and Safety Code, Division 20, Chapter 6.5, Articles 2 and 13, which are hereby incorporated by reference.

AMENDMENT HISTORY

History

(Amended by Ord. 239-69, App. 7/29/69; Ord. 357-95, App. 11/15/95; Ord. 99-08, File No. 080339, App. 6/11/2008; Ord. 298-08, File No. 081153, App. 12/19/2008; 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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