§ 175-35Authorized uses.
§ 175-36Area and bulk regulations.
§ 175-37Parking and loading.
§ 175-39Performance standards.
§ 175-41Screening and landscaping.
§ 175-42Vehicular access.
§ 175-43Steep slope controls.
The purpose of this district is to provide retail shopping and service facilities to serve immediate household needs which are of a limited type and size appropriate to smaller properties, which do not generate large amounts of traffic and which do not adversely impact neighboring residential uses.
In the C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District, the following uses are authorized:
Bakery, candy, confectionery, ice cream or pastry retail sales, including food processing of products sold on the premises and excluding food processing of products for delivery elsewhere.
Card and gift shop.
Dry cleaning pickup store.
Florist shop, excluding greenhouse.
Fruit and vegetable stand.
Newsstand, excluding adult bookstore.
Professional and business offices.
Video store, excluding adult video store.
Public utilities, except buildings.
Accessory uses customarily incidental to and on the same lot with any permitted use, conditional use or use by special exception authorized in this district.
Uses by special exception.
In the C-1 Neighborhood Commercial District, all uses shall be subject to the following regulations, except as they may be modified by the express standards and criteria for the specific conditional uses and uses by special exception contained in Article XI.
Minimum lot size: one acre (43,560 square feet).
Minimum lot width: 150 feet.
Maximum lot coverage: 30%.
Minimum front yard: 75 feet from front lot line or 100 feet from street center line, whichever is greater
See Article XIII.
See Article XIV.
See § 175-139.
See § 175-149.
See § 175-140.
See § 175-150.
See § 175-141.