City of Easton, PA
Northampton County
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§ 595-36 Use definitions.

A. 
Residential uses.
(1) 
A1 Single-Family Detached. A structure having open space on all four sides, containing one dwelling unit.
(2) 
A2 Single-Family Semidetached. A single-family dwelling attached to another single-family dwelling by a common vertical wall, with each dwelling located on a separate lot and having open space on three sides.
(3) 
A3 Single-Family Attached. A one-family dwelling in a row of at least three such units in which each unit has its own front and rear access, no unit is located over another, and each unit is separated from any other unit by one or more vertical common walls. A row of single-family attached units will have two end units that have open space on three sides (e.g., townhouse, row home).
(4) 
A4 Two-Family Detached. A building on a single lot containing two dwelling units, each of which is totally separated from the other by an unpierced wall extending from exterior wall to exterior wall and having open space on all four sides (e.g., duplex).
(5) 
A5 Two-Family Semidetached. A two-family dwelling attached to another dwelling by a common vertical wall, with each dwelling located on a separate lot and having open space on three sides.
(6) 
A6 Two-Family Attached. A residential structure on a single lot containing two dwelling units, one over the other, in a row of at least three dwellings, with open space on two sides, and an unpierced party wall in common, with adjoining dwellings on separate lots on either side.
(7) 
A7 Multifamily. A residential structure containing more than two but less than five dwelling units, each totally separate from the others by an unpierced wall, ceiling or floor. Multifamily structures shall not contain more than two stories.
(8) 
A8 Residential Lowrise. One or more multifamily structures, containing a maximum of two stories, and including related amenities (e.g., common open space). Garden apartment type development shall be included in this definition.
(9) 
A9 Residential Midrise. A residential structure containing three to five stories and five or more dwelling units, including related amenities.
(10) 
A10 Residential Highrise. A residential structure containing a minimum of six stories and including related amenities.
(11) 
A11 Rooming House. A structure in which lodging is provided by the operator to no more than three persons. No individual rental room shall have independent outside access nor separate cooking and/or separate bathroom facilities.
(12) 
A12. Mixed Residential/Business. A structure containing both residential and commercial components as principal uses. No such building or structure shall contain a residential component at or below the grade level and/or first level.
[Amended 9-24-2008 by Ord. No. 5120]
(13) 
A13 Group Homes. Public or private facilities which render supervised care in a residential setting to persons with functional handicaps who maintain a common household. Nursing homes and other long-term care facilities are excluded and are considered institutional uses.
(14) 
A14 Dormitory. A building that contains rooms or groups of rooms that provide sleeping and living accommodations solely for students enrolled at a college, university or similar institutional facility and members of its faculty or staff, provided that the dormitory is owned or managed by the institution where the students are enrolled or is owned or operated by an entity that was formed to promote the interests of and is operated for the benefit of that college or university. The rooms or groups of rooms may include provisions for eating, cooking and sanitation in addition to living and sleeping.
[Amended 4-26-2017 by Ord. No. 5590]
(15) 
A15 Mixed-Use/Dormitory. A structure containing dormitory [as defined in Subsection A(14) above] and commercial and/or service components as otherwise permitted by right or special exception within the district, as principal uses. No such building or structure shall contain a dormitory component at or below the grade level and/or first level.
[Added 4-26-2017 by Ord. No. 5590]
B. 
Arts, entertainment and recreational uses.
(1) 
B1 Cultural Activities and Exhibitions. Establishments such as museums, art galleries, zoos and similar activities of an historical, educational or cultural interest.
(2) 
B2 Amusements. Establishments engaged in providing amusement or entertainment and activities characterized by one or more of the following: building or site development intensive, regional in nature, spectator oriented, fee required, community impacts; e.g., lighting, trash, noise, traffic. These include dance hall, theatrical productions, cinemas, musical entertainment, billiard halls, health and fitness clubs, and sports arenas.
(3) 
B3 Parks. Tracts of land designated and used by the public for active and passive recreation.
(4) 
B4 Private Social Club. Organizations catering exclusively to members and their guests, providing noncommercial recreation, athletic or social functions. A private social club shall also include a place where food, drinks or refreshments are prepared for sale or for service on the premises exclusively to members with or without charge.
(5) 
B5 Adult Entertainment. Any business or part thereof which offers goods and/or services intended to provide sexual gratification or are generally considered sexual in nature, including but not limited to adult arcades, adult bookstores, adult cabarets, adult novelty stores, adult massage parlors, adult movie theaters, adult performances, adult visual material or video stores, and such similar or related uses.
C. 
Retail uses.
(1) 
C1 Shopping Gallery. A group of at least three commercial establishments planned, constructed and managed as a total entity under a single roof sharing a common main entrance.
(2) 
C2 Hardware. Establishments or places of business primarily engaged in selling fittings, cutlery, tools, utensils and similar items.
(3) 
C3 General Merchandise. Nonspecialty establishments or places of business engaged in selling general commodities or goods to the public (e.g., department stores, warehouse and supercenters). This use includes any food establishment with a building footprint 5,000 square feet or greater and all wholesale beer distributors.
(4) 
C4 Food Establishments. An establishment with a building footprint less than 5,000 square feet where food or beverage intended for human consumption is kept, stored, dressed, handled, sold or offered for sale with or without charge either at wholesale or retail and not consumed on the premises. This definition shall include the sale of "six packs" of beer or liquor, except when sold as part of an eating and drinking place; however, "food establishment" does not include eating and drinking places or wholesale beer distributors.
(5) 
C5 Eating and Drinking Places. Includes any restaurant, coffee shop, cafeteria, short order cafe, luncheonette, tavern, sandwich stand, soda fountain, hospital kitchen, dining room or snack bar, school lunchroom or cafeteria or any other place where food, drinks or refreshments are prepared for sale or for service on the premises and any other eating and drinking place where food is served or provided for the public with or without charge. However, this definition does not include private households or private social club.
(6) 
C6 Retail Specialty Establishments. A retail store specializing in a specific item or commodity such as jewelry, drugs, appliances, cameras and newspapers.
(7) 
C7 Furniture and Other Furnishings. Establishments or places of business primarily engaged in selling furniture, including carpeting and other furnishings, to the general public.
(8) 
C8 Wholesale Trade. Establishments or places of business primarily engaged in selling merchandise to retailers, commercial, industrial, institutional or professional business users but not to consumers or the public in general.
(9) 
C9 Motor Vehicle Sales. The use of any building, land area or other premises for the display, sale and incidental service of new or used automobiles, motorcycles, trucks or recreational vehicles.
(10) 
C10 Automotive Parts and Accessories. Establishments or places of business offering for sale and/or installation on the premises automotive parts and accessories, including repair garages.
(11) 
C11 Liquid Fuels. Establishments or places of business offering for sale oil, gas, kerosene, propane and other similar fuels on a retail or wholesale basis.
D. 
Service uses.
(1) 
D1 Information and Data Processing. Establishments, such as, but not limited to, software publishing, the motion-picture and sound-recording industries; the broadcasting industries; telecommunications industries; Internet service providers and web search portals, data processing industries, and the information services industries. Information and data processing use shall not include Internet-based operations where goods are kept, stored, handled, sold or offered for sale or transfer with or without charge either at wholesale or retail (e.g., world wide web auctioneers).
(2) 
D2 Finance, Insurance, Real Estate. Establishments, such as, but not limited to, banks, trust companies, credit agencies, investment companies, brokers and dealers of securities and commodities, stock exchange brokers and real estate agents.
(3) 
D3 Personal Services. Establishments primarily engaged in providing services involving the care of a person or his or her apparel, including, but not limited to, laundry, cleaning and garment services, garment pressing, linen supply, diaper service, coin-operated laundries, dry cleaning shops, carpet and upholstery cleaning, hair, skin and/or nail care shops, spas, weight reduction salons, health and gym clubs, massage and acupuncture parlors, shoe repairs, hat cleaning, funeral services, clothing rental, locker rental and porter service.
(4) 
D4 Business Services. Establishments primarily engaged in rendering services to business establishments, such as advertising and mailing, building maintenance, employment service, management and consulting service, protective service, equipment rental and leasing, commercial research, development and testing, printing, commercial copy centers, personnel supply services, union halls and chambers of commerce.
(5) 
D5 Repair Services. Establishments primarily engaged in rendering services for the repair or maintenance of appliances, watches, guns, bicycles, locks, small business machines, electronic and precision equipment.
(6) 
D6 Professional Services. Establishments primarily engaged in rendering services in the field of architecture, engineering, surveying, dentistry, medicine, psychiatry, psychology, law, art, literature, music, travel and photography.
(7) 
D7 Administrative Offices. Establishments primarily engaged in management and general administrative functions, such as executive, personnel and sales activities performed centrally for other establishments of the same company, including government administrative offices.
[Amended 9-24-2008 by Ord. No. 5120]
(8) 
D8 Hotel/Motel. Facilities offering overnight lodging accommodations to the general public and providing additional services such as restaurants, meeting rooms and recreation facilities which are not necessarily restricted to lodging guest use.
(9) 
D9 Bed-and-Breakfast. An establishment in a private, owner-occupied dwelling that supplies temporary accommodations to overnight guests for a fee. Any additional services such as dining shall be limited to lodging guest use only. No more than eight guest rooms shall be provided.
(10) 
D10 Community Services. Establishments rendering social services to the public, including welfare institutions, United Way, Red Cross, Salvation Army and similar uses.
(11) 
D11 Day-Care Center. A facility which is licensed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare to provide care to a cumulative number of seven or more children during any twenty-four-hour period, where the child-care areas are not used for a family residence.
(12) 
D12 Check-Cashing Facility. A business establishment that provides financial services limited to the exchange of cash for a personal or business check, money order, or similar credit device, for a fee, as well as the sale of money orders and cash gift cards. Such facilities do not provide loans, savings or checking accounts, or any other such services generally offered by a bank, savings and loan, credit union, or other regulated financial services.
[Added 6-24-2009 by Ord. No. 5210]
(13) 
D13 Pawnshop. Any establishment in which is carried on the business of pawn brokerage, or the business of loaning money for the broker or for another person, receiving as security for payment thereof pawns or pledges of property, or the business of purchasing personal property and reselling or agreeing to resell, trade or exchange the article to vendors, their personal representatives or their assignees at a price agreed upon at or before the time of purchase, whether the business be the principal or sole business so carried on or be merely incidental to, in connection with or a branch or a department of some other business.
[Added 6-24-2009 by Ord. No. 5210]
E. 
Institutional uses.
(1) 
E1 Educational Services. Establishments such as preschool, primary schools, secondary schools, postsecondary schools, technical schools, colleges, libraries and related administrative activities, both public and private.
(2) 
E2 Government Services. Establishments primarily engaged in rendering services under the auspices of a department, commission, independent agency or instrumentality of the federal, state, county or City governments.
(3) 
E3 Hospitals. Establishments that provide inpatient health services, many of which can only be provided using the specialized facilities and equipment that form a significant and integral part of the production process.
(4) 
E4 Extended-Care Facility. An institution or part of an institution that is licensed or approved to provide health care under medical supervision for 24 or more consecutive hours to two or more patients who are not related to the governing authority or its members by marriage, blood or adoption. This use includes nursing homes and hospices.
(5) 
E5 Religious Worship Services. Structures or places in which worship, ceremonialized rituals to a particular system of religious beliefs are held, including churches, temples, synagogues, shrines and burial places.
(6) 
E6 Residential Treatment Facility. A facility whose primary function is to temporarily house individuals for the purpose of receiving medical, psychological or social treatment and/or counseling. This shall only apply to those groupings covered as protective classes under federal law.
(7) 
E7 Rehabilitation Facility. A facility which provides treatment and rehabilitation services, which may include room and board, personal care, and intensive supervision and casework, or one which houses individuals, whether adult or juvenile, receiving therapy and counseling under the supervision and constraints of alternatives to imprisonment, but not limited to pre-release, work release, restitution or probationary programs.
F. 
Light industrial.
(1) 
F1 Trade Contractors. An establishment in which the primary activity of the proprietor is performing specific activities involved in building construction or other activities that are similar for all types of construction.
(2) 
F2 Food Processing. An establishment in which food and kindred products are processed or otherwise prepared or packed for distribution to retail establishments.
(3) 
F3 Furniture and Other Furnishings Manufacture. An establishment in which furniture, including carpeting and other furnishings, are assembled or otherwise processed for distribution to retail establishments.
(4) 
F4 Publishing. An establishment engaged in the art, practice or business of producing books, magazines, newspapers and other printed material for distribution to retail establishments.
(5) 
F5 Textile Mill Products. An establishment in which filament or yarn used in making cloth is prepared for distribution to finishing establishments.
(6) 
F6 Apparel, Finished Products. An establishment in which cloth, leather and kindred materials are assembled and otherwise processed for distribution to retail establishments.
(7) 
F7 Lumber and Wood Products. An establishment in which lumber and wood products, except furniture, are processed for sale to retailers and the public.
(8) 
F8 Warehouse and Storage. Structures or other facilities used primarily for the storage of goods and materials, whether public or private.
(9) 
F9 Computers and Electronics. Establishments that manufacture computers, computer peripherals, communications equipment, and similar electronic products, and establishments that manufacture components for such products.
(10) 
F10 Cottage Industry. An art, crafts or light industrial use, employing a maximum of three employees. The use includes, but is not limited to, carpentry, upholstery, woodworking, pottery, food production, mechanical repair, glassworks or similar uses.
G. 
Heavy manufacturing and industrial uses.
(1) 
G1 Outdoor Storage Area. An area, in excess of 200 square feet and not contained within a building, on which materials and objects are stored but not processed, manufactured, remanufactured or abandoned. Such use is not open to the public, and materials and objects are not available for sale, whether retail or wholesale.
(2) 
G2 Chemical Industries. Limited to research and development laboratory, similar experimental testing or scientific establishment.
(3) 
G3 Petroleum Industries. Limited to research and development laboratory or similar experimental testing or scientific establishment.
(4) 
G4 Plastics and Rubber Industries. Limited to research and development laboratory or similar experimental testing or scientific establishment.
(5) 
G5 Stone, Clay and Glass Industries. An establishment engaged in the production of glass and the processing or storage of stone, clay or glass products, not including art, for the distribution or sale to other manufacturers, retailers and the public.
(6) 
G6 Primary Metal Industries. An establishment engaged in the production of primary metal products such as iron, steel, aluminum, etc. for distribution to fabricators or retailers.
(7) 
G7 Fabricated Metal Industries. An establishment engaged in the transformation of metal into intermediate or end products, other than machinery, computers and electronics, and metal furniture or treating metals and metal-formed products fabricated elsewhere. Such uses engage in forging, stamping, bending, forming and machining, used to shape individual pieces of metal, and other processes, such as welding and assembling, used to join separate parts together. Fabricated metal industries may use one of these processes or a combination of these processes. An establishment engaged in the processing and storage of metal products for distribution to manufacturers or retailers, not including junkyards.
(8) 
G8 Recycling Collection Facility. A center for the acceptance, by donation, redemption or purchase, of recyclable materials from the public. Such a facility does not use power-driven equipment, except for compacting.
(9) 
G9 Recycling Processing Facility. An establishment, entirely contained in a building and in excess of 200 square feet, used for the collection and processing of recyclable materials including the preparation of material for efficient shipment or to the end-user's specifications by such means as baling, briquetting, compacting, flattening, grinding, crushing, mechanical sorting, shredding, cleaning and remanufacturing. Such a facility uses power-driven processing equipment but is not engaged in metal fabrication.
(10) 
G10 Salvage Yard. An establishment, not entirely contained within a building and in excess of 200 square feet, for the controlled storage and processing of reusable materials including the preparation of material for efficient shipment or to the end-user's specifications by such means as baling, briquetting, compacting, flattening, grinding, crushing, mechanical sorting, shredding and cleaning. Such establishment is not engaged in the dismantling, demolition or abandonment of automobiles or other vehicles or machinery or parts thereof, nor manufacturing of end products or metal fabrication. A salvage yard uses power-driven processing equipment.
(11) 
G11 Solid Waste Disposal Facility. A sanitary landfill, an incinerator, a composting facility, a garbage grinding facility, or any other facility that is suitable for solid waste disposal and is constructed and approved in accordance with the requirements of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Such facilities collect solid waste, including all putrescible and nonputrescible solid and semisolid wastes, except human excreta, but including garbage rubbish, ashes, street cleanings, dead animals, offal, and solid commercial, industrial and institutional wastes. Such facility does not engage in manufacturing, remanufacturing or fabrication, nor collect or store broken or nonoperable vehicles, machinery or parts thereof. Such use shall not engage solely in collection or processing of recyclable materials.
H. 
Transportation, communications facility, and utility uses.
(1) 
H1 Passenger Depot. A regular stopping place in a passenger transportation route, including a bus station, taxi or limo stand, train station and airport or heliport.
(2) 
H2 Freight Depot. An area or building used as a regular stopping place in a freight carrier line for trucks, trains or airlines, with classifying yards, docks and related facilities.
(3) 
H3 Parking Lot/Structure. Any public or private land area or structure designed and used for parking motor vehicles.
(4) 
H4 Utility Services. Establishments engaged in the generation, transmission and/or distribution of electricity, gas, steam or water; also included are water and wastewater treatment facilities.
(5) 
H5 Communications Facilities. A group or single communications antenna, communications equipment building, and/or communications tower, as defined and regulated in Part 6 of this chapter.
I. 
Accessory uses.
(1) 
I1 Accessory Amusements. A portion of a structure, not exceeding 25% of the gross floor area of the principal use, engaged in providing amusement or entertainment for the exclusive use of the occupants or clientele or the principal use.
(2) 
I2 Accessory Offices. A portion of a nonresidential structure, not exceeding 25% of the gross floor area, used for conducting the affairs of a business, profession, service, industry or government, and totally subordinate and incidental to the primary use of the structure.
(3) 
I3 Accessory Structure. A structure or other feature detached from and on the same lot as the principal use to which it is customarily incidental and subordinate, such as a principal permitted use, such as garages, sheds, fencing, walls, basketball courts, pavements, and other stationary man-made objects.
(4) 
I4 Temporary Structure. A structure without a foundation or footing necessary during construction or other special circumstances of a nonrecurring nature and which is completely removed upon completion of the project/event or within a period of no more than six months. Included are truck trailers, mobile offices and tents.
(5) 
I5 Accessory Storage. Storage or warehousing which is customarily incidental and subordinate to the principal use of the land or building and located on the same lot with such principal use. An accessory storage area shall not exceed 25% of the gross floor area of the principal structure.
(6) 
I6 Accessory Parking Area. A parking area located on a lot occupied by a principal structure and use. Such parking may or may not be customarily incidental to the principal use.
(7) 
I7 Accessory Swimming Pool. A private not-for-profit swimming pool located on the same lot as the principal use to which it is customarily incidental and subordinate and is used for the exclusive use of the occupants and their guests of the principal structure. Such uses are permitted in rear yards only, shall be completely enclosed with a four-foot-high fence and shall be set back at least six feet from the rear lot line, six feet from the side lot line and four feet from any other structure.
(8) 
I8 Accessory Religious Shelter. A temporary homeless shelter and operated under the supervision of an established religious group. Such temporary use shall be located in an area of an existing worship service facility suitable for such use and subject to the approval of the City's fire, building and health offices in accordance with applicable Fire and Building Codes and ordinances and specifically complying with Chapter 444, Public Health Standards, Article X, and Chapter 435, Property Maintenance and Housing Standards, Article II. The establishment of an accessory religious shelter shall be limited in duration to two one-month periods in a given year at a given site. Approval shall not be given for use in consecutive months. Use shall be limited to the hours of 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.
(9) 
I9 Small Family Day-Care Home. An accessory home occupation operated for profit or not for profit in which child day care is provided on a regular basis to no more than three children, who are not relatives of the caregiver, during any twenty-four-hour period.
(10) 
I10 Large Family Day-Care Home. An accessory home occupation operated for profit or not for profit in which child day care is provided on a regular basis to no more than six children, who are not relatives of the caregiver, during any twenty-four-hour period.
I11 Accessory Home Business. (See no-impact home-based business below.)
(11) 
I11 No-Impact Home-Based business. A business or commercial activity administered or conducted as an accessory use which is clearly secondary to the use as a residential dwelling and which involves no customer, client or patient traffic, whether vehicular or pedestrian, pickup, delivery or removal functions, to or from the premises in excess of those normally associated with residential use. The business or commercial activity must satisfy the following requirements:
(a) 
The business activity shall be compatible with the residential use of the property and surrounding residential uses.
(b) 
The business shall employ no employees other than family members residing in the dwelling.
(c) 
There shall be no display or sale of retail goods and no stockpiling or inventory of a substantial nature.
(d) 
There shall be no outside appearance of a business use, including, but not limited to, parking, signs or lights.
(e) 
The business activity may not use any equipment or process which creates noise, vibration, glare, fumes, colors or electrical or electronic interference, including interference with radio or television reception, which is detectable in the neighborhood.
(f) 
The business activity may not generate any solid waste or sewerage discharge, in volume or type, which is not normally associated with residential use in the neighborhood.
(g) 
The business activity shall be conducted only within the dwelling and may not occupy more than 25% of the habitable floor area.
(h) 
The business may not involve any illegal activity.
(12) 
Nonresidential solar energy system. A solar energy system that is an accessory use to lawful nonresidential use in any zoning district and mounted on the principal building on the lot.
[Added 1-23-2013 by Ord. No. 5388]
(13) 
Residential solar energy system. A solar energy system that is an accessory use to a lawful residential use in any zoning district and mounted on the principal building on the lot.
[Added 1-23-2013 by Ord. No. 5388]
J. 
Forestry.
(1) 
J1 Timber Activities. The management, maintenance, cultivation and harvesting of timber outside of the public right-of-way from a site of 1/4 acre or more or a linear extent in any direction greater than 200 feet. The production or processing of lumber shall be considered an industrial use and is not included in this definition. Trees regulated by Chapter 554, Shade Trees, shall not fall under this definition.
(2) 
J2 Timber Harvesting Operation. The uprooting or removal of five or more trees per acre of six-inch caliper or greater from any lot or tract which has a gross area prior to any subdivision or land development of more than one acre and which is undertaken in compliance with an approved timber harvesting plan. "Forestry," as defined by the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, 53 P.S. § 10101 et seq., as amended, shall also be considered a tree harvesting operation and shall require the submittal and approval of a timber harvesting plan. (See also "selective cutting.")
K. 
Advertising.
[Added 4-11-2012 by Ord. No. 5352]
(1) 
K1 Advertising. The use of off-premises signage.

§ 595-37 Use or occupancy to conform to zoning provisions.

Except as provided by law or in this chapter, no building, structure or land shall be used or occupied except for the purposes permitted in each district and further subject to Part 3, Zoning General Regulations.

§ 595-38 Uses permitted by right.

A use permitted by right in § 595-42 is permitted in any district denoted by the letter "P," subject to such requirements as may be specified in Part 2, Zoning Uses, Districts and Regulations.

§ 595-39 Uses permitted by special exception.

A use listed in § 595-42 may be permitted as a special exception in any district denoted by the letters "SE," provided the Zoning Hearing Board authorizes the issuance of a zoning permit by the Zoning Administrator, subject to the requirements of Part 2, Zoning Uses, Districts and Regulations, § 595-251, Special exceptions, and such further restrictions as the Zoning Hearing Board may establish.

§ 595-40 Prohibited activities and uses.

A. 
Given the predominantly residential character of the City of Easton, its unique natural setting and its intent to preserve and enhance the quality of its air, land and water, certain uses and activities are hereby recognized and generally known to give off noxious odors, disturb the tranquility of a large area by making loud noises, have the obvious potential of poisoning the air or the water of the area, or similarly have clearly deleterious effects upon the general public, or are otherwise detrimental to the general health and welfare of the public. Such uses are specifically prohibited from all areas of the City and shall include:
(1) 
The use of fire, explosives or other chemical reactions to alter, grade or otherwise reshape the natural landform of the City.
(2) 
Any use which will cause public hazard whether by fire, explosion or by the use of processes involving explosives, poisons, dangerous chemicals, or other substances and any use clearly noxious or offensive by reasons of dust, odor, smoke, gas, vibration or noise.
(3) 
Dumps or junkyards.
(4) 
Open air retail sales and vending activities except as specifically authorized on Centre Square or during periods of community bazaars and similar events authorized by Council.
(5) 
Any use involving activities which constitute violation of the Act of 1977, November 5, P.L. 221, No. 68, § 1 et seq., as amended (18 Pa.C.S.A. § 5903), relating to display, sale, vending, distribution or exhibiting of obscene and other sexual material. The term "obscene" as used in this subsection shall be defined in the same manner as set forth in the aforesaid statute.
(6) 
Any unscreened or unbuffered outdoor storage area.
(7) 
Habitation in accessory buildings.
(8) 
Flammable liquid storage of any kind except where permitted and controlled under Retail Use C11, Liquid Fuels, and for normal storage of home or business heating fuel oil necessary for the site on which it is located and not for resale or redistribution.
(9) 
Other similar uses as mentioned above.
(10) 
Any activities or uses otherwise prohibited or illegal.

§ 595-41 Applicability of other laws.

Uses permitted by right or as special exceptions shall, in addition to meeting the provisions of this chapter, conform with all applicable laws, ordinances, regulations or statutes of the City, state and federal governments which regulate such uses.

§ 595-42 Table of Uses by Zoning District.

The Table of Uses by Zoning District is intended only as a summary of the uses governed by the Zoning Ordinance. When there is a conflict between the table and text of this chapter, the text of this chapter shall control.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The Table of Uses by Zoning District is included at the end of this chapter.