City of Pagedale, MO
St. Louis County
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Cross Reference — As to video services providers, ch. 635.

Section 405.070 Height and Area Exceptions.

[CC 2000 §405.110; CC 1990 §405.110; Ord. No. 88 §12, 10-21-1951]
A. 
Height. Public and semi-public buildings, schools and institutions may be erected to a height not exceeding three (3) stories or fifty (50) feet in the "A" Residence District, provided that the front, side and rear yards are increased an additional two (2) feet for each foot such buildings exceed the height limitations of the district in which they are located.
B. 
Area. Every part of a required yard shall be open from its lowest point to the sky unobstructed, except for the ordinary projection of sills, belt course, cornices, buttresses, ornamental features and eaves; provided however, that none of the above projections shall extend into a minimum side yard more than twenty-four (24) inches.

Section 405.080 Safety and Appearance Requirements for City Residences, Streets.

[CC 2000 §405.115; Ord. No. 1110 §§1 — 3, 10-9-1997]
A. 
No basketball hoop, volleyball net, swimming or wading pool or other recreational equipment shall be utilized on or permitted on any portion of residential property in front of the front line of any dwelling.
B. 
No dog, cat or other household pet shall be tied, restrained, penned, housed or caged on any portion of residential property in front of the front line of any dwelling.

Section 405.090 Residential or Out-Patient Facilities for the Treatment of Alcohol and/or Drug Abuse Permitted in "C" Commercial District and "D" Industrial District.

[CC 2000 §405.120; Ord. No. 928 §§1 — 4, 12-13-1990]
A. 
Sections 405.050 and 405.060 of the Pagedale City Code are hereby amended to permit a facility including buildings, structures and land for the residential or out-patient treatment of alcohol and/or drug abuse as a special use, if the facility complies with all of the conditions herein provided.
B. 
The exterior appearance of the facility shall reasonably conform to the exterior appearance of other dwellings in the vicinity.
C. 
Any such facility shall not be closer than one (1) mile to any other such facility.
D. 
Any such facility must comply with all other zoning, health, building, occupancy and safety ordinances and regulations of the City.

Section 405.100 Real Estate Sign Regulation.

[CC 2000 §405.130; CC 1990 §405.100; Ord. No. 271 §1, 6-13-1963]
No person, firm or corporation or agent, servant or employee thereof shall erect, maintain or place or cause to be erected, maintained or placed a sign or signs on a parcel of real estate advertising or offering such parcel of real estate for sale or for lease for a period in excess of one (1) year without setting forth on such sign so erected, maintained or placed "The District" in which such parcel of real estate is so situated or located under this Title. Such "District" shall be set forth in letters at least two (2) inches in height and the full title of the "District" shall be set forth, to wit: "A" Residence District, "B" Four-Family District, "C" Commercial District or "D" Industrial District, whichever is the District in which said parcel of real estate is located.

Section 405.110 Certain Business Activities Prohibited in All Zoning Districts.

[CC 2000 §405.140; Ord. No. 1108 §1, 10-29-1997; Ord. No. 1340 §1, 6-26-2006]
A. 
The City's Zoning Code and particularly Sections 405.030, 405.040, 405.050 and 405.060 are hereby amended to delete all references allowing, if any, and to prohibit the establishment or operation of the following commercial activities:
1. 
Motor vehicle cleaning or washing businesses, whether conducted by hand, coin-operated or equipment and whether the cleaning or washing is performed by the business occupying the property or by the owner or operator of the motor vehicle;
2. 
Motor vehicle "detailing" or restoration businesses providing motor vehicle "detailing" or restoration services to the public;
3. 
Motor vehicle parking or storage lots providing facilities or services for the parking or storage of motor vehicles, other than those of the occupant of the property used in the operation of the licensed business on the premises;
4. 
Motor vehicle towing or storage businesses; and
5. 
"Flea markets" or similar businesses, whether conducted indoors or outdoors, in which individual stalls, booths or space is rented or leased to individual businesses offering new or used merchandise for sale or services on less than five (5), eight (8) hour days each week.

Section 405.120 Wireless Telecommunications Towers and Related Equipment.

[CC 2000 §405.145; Ord. No. 1083 §§1 — 4, 7-11-1996; Ord. No. 1219 §1, 2-14-2002; Ord. No. 1241 §1, 1-9-2003]
A. 
Location Of Towers. All wireless telecommunications towers and related equipment shall be located only in the "D" Industrial District and not exceed one hundred (100) feet in height.
B. 
Limitation On Number Of Towers. No more than three (3) wireless telecommunications towers shall be permitted within the City, provided that the City may not unreasonably discriminate among providers of functionally equivalent services and the City may not prohibit or have the effect of prohibiting the provision of personal wireless services.
C. 
Use Of Towers By Other Service Providers. No wireless telecommunications tower shall be permitted unless the operator of the tower agrees, in writing, to make the tower available for concurrent use by at least two (2) other wireless communication service providers for a reasonable rent or fee.
D. 
Annual Fee. The owner/operator of each tower shall pay an annual fee of nine hundred dollars ($900.00) and an additional fee of nine hundred dollars ($900.00) for each additional party or equipment placed or permitted on said tower, with all said fees due annually on the first (1st) day of July following the passage and approval of this Section.