City of Warren, PA
Warren County
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The intent of the Manufacturing and Industrial District M-1 is to provide for and encourage the establishment and maintenance of industrial establishments for the manufacture, assembly, compounding, processing or storage of products; to prohibit adverse, unhealthy or noxious facilities; to prohibit residential development.
It is the intent of these requirements to permit the maximum possible development potential while protecting the general life and safety of community residents and, in particular, adjacent residential uses:
Minimum property standards. Except as required adjacent to residential uses and in the general standards of this chapter, Article VIII, there are no minimum property standards for this district.
[Amended 7-11-1988 by Ord. No. 1480; 12-12-1988 by Ord. No. 1491; 2-11-1991 by Ord. No. 1522]
Permitted uses. Within the M-1 District, the following uses of land, buildings or premises are permitted:
All general manufacturing.
Warehouses, shipping terminals.
Supply, service operations.
Gas and oil wells, when required City permits have been obtained.
Recreational facilities.
Automotive repair garage.
Mini storage buildings.
Prohibited uses. Within the M-1 District, the following uses of land, buildings or premises are prohibited:
The manufacture, processing or storing of any materials that may be considered hazardous, noxious or dangerous. See § 470-45 for a general listing of prohibited items.
Conditional uses.
[Added 5-21-2007 by Ord. No. 1756]
Adult-oriented establishments, as defined in this chapter and pursuant to Pennsylvania Legislative Act 120 of 1996, 68 Pa.C.S.A. § 5501, subject to Article VIII, General Controls, § 470-48, of this chapter.
Parking shall be provided in accordance with Article X of this chapter.
The general controls, as specified in Article VIII of this chapter, apply to this district.
All required loading/unloading areas shall be provided on site, shall not require trucks to project onto public streets and shall be screened from any adjacent residential areas.
[Added 7-11-1983 by Ord. No. 1358]
Any addition to a nonconforming residential use shall conform in all respects to the requirements for residences in an R-3 Residential District. Any addition to a nonconforming commercial use shall conform in all respects, including signs and parking, to the requirements for commercial uses in a C-2 Commercial District.