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					Chapter 19.64.      LIGHT INDUSTRIAL ZONE - IL

19.64.010.   Purpose.
19.64.020.   Permitted Uses.
19.64.030.   Conditional Uses.
19.64.040.   Height Regulations.
19.64.050.   Lot Requirements.
19.64.060.   Off-Street Parking and Loading.
19.64.070.   Other Required Conditions.



19.64.010. Purpose.
This zone is intended to provide for those heavier commercial and light industrial uses located in
existing built-up areas of the city.
(Ord. 90-038 §1, 1990)

19.64.020. Permitted Uses.
The following uses are permitted in the IL Zone subject to the provisions of DCC 19.76.
A. Any permitted use in the IP Zone.
B. Cold storage plants, including storage and office.
C. Fuel oil distributors.
D. Printing, publishing and book binding.
E. Public utility buildings and yards.
F. Veterinary clinic and hospitals operated entirely within an enclosed building.
G. Light fabrication and repair shops, such as blacksmith, cabinet, electric motor, heating, machine,
   sheet metal, sign, stone monuments, upholstery and welding.
H. Assembly, manufacture or preparation of articles and merchandise from the following previously
   prepared types of materials: Bone, canvas, cellophane, cloth, cork, feathers, felt, leather, precious or
   semiprecious metal or stones, shell, textiles, tobacco, wax, wire, wood (excluding sawmills, lumber
   mills, planing mills, molding plants, particle board, wafer board, plywood and pulp process) yarns
   and paint not employing a boiling process.
I. Manufacture, compounding, processing, packing or treatment of such products as bakery goods,
   candy, cosmetics, dairy products and meat, drugs, perfume, pharmaceuticals, perfumed toilet soap,
   toiletries; excluding the rendering of fats and oils, fish and meat slaughtering and fermented foods,
   such as sauerkraut, vinegar and yeast.
J. Processing uses such as bottling plants, creameries, laboratories, blueprinting and photocopying,
   laundries, carpet and rug cleaning plants, cleaning and dyeing plants, tire retreading, recapping and
   rebuilding.
K. Contractor's equipment, storage or sale yard, house mover, delivery vehicles, transit storage, trucking
   terminal and used equipment in operable condition.
L. Manufacture of concrete products and ceramic products using only previously pulverized clay.
M. Manufacture of musical instruments, novelties, rubber or metal stamps, toys, optical goods or
   precision instruments or equipment.
N. Manufacture of artificial limbs, dentures, hearing aids, surgical instruments and dressings and other
   devices employed by the medical and dental professions.
O. Mini storage units.
P. Planned unit developments subject to the provisions of DCC 19.104.



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Q. Accessory uses and buildings customarily appurtenant to a permitted use, such as incidental storage,
   are permitted.
R. Wholesale distribution of all standard types of prepared or packaged merchandise such as
   automobile supplies, drug and electrical supplies, furniture, food products, hardware, leather goods,
   plumbing supplies, textiles and fabrics and general merchandise.
S. Public buildings.
(Ord. 92-043 §2, 1992; Ord. 88-042 §§27, 28 and 29, 1988)

19.64.030. Conditional Uses.
The following Conditional Uses may be permitted subject to a Conditional Use Permit and the
provisions of DCC 19.76 and 19.100:
A. Building over 35 feet in height.
B. Livestock feed and sales yard.
C. Ambulance service.
D. Service commercial uses such as banks, offices, restaurants, cafes, refreshment stands, bars and
    taverns.
E. All types of automobile, motorcycle and truck sales, service, repair and rental. Automobile and
    truck service stations subject to DCC 19.88.
F. Boat building and repair.
G. Retail or combination retail/wholesale lumber and building materials yard, not including concrete
    mixing.
H. Trailer sales, storage and rental.
I. Commercial parking lot.
J. Nursery school, kindergarten and day care facility.
K. Hydroelectric facility in accordance with DCC 19.100 and DCC 19.88.190.
L. Manufactured home sales and service.
(Ord. 92-008 §1, 1992, Ord. 88-042, 1988; Ord. 86-017 §13, 1986)

19.64.040. Height Regulations.
No building or structure shall hereafter be erected, enlarged or structurally altered to exceed a height of
35 feet without a conditional use permit.
(Ord. 90-038 §1, 1990)

19.64.050. Lot Requirements.
The following lot requirements shall be observed:
A. Lot Area. No requirements.
B. Lot Width. No requirements.
C. Lot Depth. Each lot shall have a minimum depth of 100 feet.
D. Front Yard. Ten feet, except when abutting a lot in an R Zone, and then the front yard shall be the
   front yard required in the abutting R Zone.
E. Side Yard. None, except when abutting a lot in an R Zone, and then the side yard shall be a
   minimum of 20 feet. The required side yard shall be increased by one-half foot for each foot the
   building height exceeds 20 feet.
F. Rear Yard. None, except when abutting a lot in an R Zone, and then the rear yard shall be a
   minimum of 20 feet. The required rear yard shall be increased by one-half foot for each foot by
   which the building height exceeds 20 feet.
G. Lot Coverage. No requirements.
H. Solar Setback. The solar setback shall be as prescribed in DCC 19.88.210.



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(Ord. 83-041 §18, 1983)

19.64.060. Off-Street Parking and Loading.
Off-street parking and loading space shall be provided as required in DCC 19.80.
(Ord. 90-038 §1, 1990)

19.64.070. Other Required Conditions.
A. All business, service, repair, processing, storage or merchandise display on property abutting or
   across the street from a lot in an R Zone shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building
   unless screened from the R Zone by a sight-obscuring fence or wall.
B. Openings to structures on sides abutting to or across the street from an R Zone shall be prohibited if
   such access or openings will cause glare, excessive noise or similar conditions that would have an
   adverse effect on property in the R Zone.
C. Motor vehicle, boat or trailer rental, sales or storage lots shall be drained and surfaced with
   pavement, except in those portions of the lot maintained as landscaped areas.
D. In any IL zone directly across the street from an R zone, the parking and loading area and outdoor
   display or storage areas shall be set back at least 10 feet from the right of way, and said areas shall
   be appropriately landscaped along the residential street frontage to protect the character of the
   adjoining residential property. Such landscaping shall be maintained.
E. Access points from a public road to properties in an IL zone shall be so located as to minimize traffic
   congestion and to avoid directing traffic onto access streets of a primarily residential character.
F. All materials, including wastes, shall be stored and all grounds shall be maintained in a manner
   which will not attract or aid the propagation of insects or rodents or create health or fire hazards.
G. The emission of disturbing vibrations or of unpleasant odorous gases or matter in such quantity or at
   such amplitude as to be readily detectable at any point beyond the property line of the use creating
   the vibrations or odors is prohibited.
H. All uses in the IL zone shall be carried on in such a manner that they do not create smoke, gas, odor,
   dust, sound, vibration, soot or lighting to a degree which might be obnoxious or offensive to persons
   residing in or conducting business in this or any other zone.
(Ord. 90-038 §1, 1990; Ord. 88-042 §30, 1988)




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