§ 709.

GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING THE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT ZONING CONTROLS

Neighborhood Commercial District controls are set forth in the Zoning Control Tables in Sections 710.10 through 729.95, or referenced in Section 799 of this Code.

a.

The first column in the Zoning Control Table, titled “No.” provides a category number for each zoning control category.

b.

The second column in the table, titled “Zoning Control Category,” lists each zoning control category which is regulated in Article 7 of this Code.

c.

The third column, titled “§ References,” contains numbers of other sections in the Planning Code and other City Codes, in which additional control provisions, including exceptions and definitions, where pertinent, are contained.

d.

In the fourth column, the controls applicable to the various Neighborhood Commercial Districts are indicated either directly or by reference to other Code Sections which contain the controls.

The following symbols are used in this table:



P  – Permitted as a principal use.
C  – Permitted as a conditional use, subject to the provisions set forth in Sections 178, 179, and 316 through 316.8 of this Code.
A blank space on the table or the symbol “NP” indicate that the use or feature is not permitted. Unless a use or feature is permitted or required as set forth in the Zoning Control Tables or in those sections referenced in Section 799 of this Code, such use or feature is prohibited, unless determined by the Zoning Administrator to be a permitted use pursuant to Section 307(a) of this Code.
#  – See specific provisions listed by section and zoning category number at the end of the table.
1st  – 1st story and below
2nd  – 2nd story
3rd+  – 3rd story and above

e.

At the end of each table, footnotes to zoning control categories marked with the symbol “#” provide additional controls and/or references for additional controls applicable to certain portions of districts as identified and/or referenced therein.

f.

All uses, buildings and features in NC Districts shall comply with all controls set forth for the district in which they are located. Where different controls conflict or overlap within the same NC District, the use, building or feature shall abide by the most restrictive of all controls. For example, in an NC-2 District, a residential unit on the second story is proposed for conversion into a business service. Residential conversions at the second story in an NC-2 District require conditional use authorization under Section 711.38, while business services at the second story in an NC-2 District are permitted as principal uses under Section 711.53. Following the most restrictive control, the applicant must obtain conditional use authorization and all other necessary permits in order to legally convert the residential unit to a business service.

History

(Added by Ord. 69-87, App. 3/13/87)

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