Village of Endicott, NY
Broome County
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A. 
The industrial district is listed below. When this Zoning Ordinance refers to industrial, manufacturing, or I zoning districts, it is referring to the following:
Table 22-1
Industrial District
District Name
Map Symbol
Industrial
I
B. 
The district name and map symbol are intended to provide a general indication of what is allowed in the district, with the "I" denoting the industrial or manufacturing uses.
The purpose of the Industrial District is to encourage a wide range of industrial, manufacturing, and distribution activities in order to support the goals and objectives contained in the Unified Comprehensive Plan. Developments in this district shall employ techniques to minimize negative impacts (including traffic, parking, glare, noise, etc.) on adjacent nonindustrial uses, especially established residential districts and environmentally sensitive areas. New residential uses are not permitted in this district.
Uses are allowed in the industrial zoning district in accordance with Table 22-2.
A. 
Uses identified with a "P" in Table 22-2 are permitted as-of-right in the subject zoning district, subject to compliance with all other applicable standards of this Zoning Ordinance.
B. 
Uses identified with a "SP" in Table 22-2 may be allowed if reviewed and approved in accordance with the special permit procedures contained in Article 66.
C. 
Uses not listed and those identified with a "-" are expressly prohibited.
Table 22-2
Permitted and Specially Permitted Uses
P
=
Permitted
SP
=
Specially permitted
=
Prohibited
Zoning District
Land Use
I
Industrial
Lumberyard
SP
Warehousing and enclosed storage
P
Food processing, baking, and packaging plants
P
Enclosed assembly of previously manufactured goods and services
P
Contractor's and building material storage yard
SP
Printing and publishing of books and newspapers
P
Enclosed research, development, experimental or testing lab
P
Laundries and dry cleaning plants
SP
Extractive and mining operations
SP
Enclosed processing of raw materials
SP
Transportation and freight terminal facilities
SP
Enclosed fabric and clothing production facilities
P
Outdoor operations and storage
SP
Self-service storage facility
P
Manufacturing (not including handling of waste products)
P
Manufacturing: waste products or materials
SP
Junkyard
SP
Commercial
Wholesale trade
P
Bulk sales and rental
SP
Enclosed motor vehicle repair
P
Motor vehicle sales or rental establishments
SP
Retail and personal service establishments
SP
Bank, medical/dental, professional and business office
P
Motor vehicle parking lot or garage
P
Kennel
SP
Indoor recreation and entertainment venues
P
Outdoor sales, display, or storage
SP
Stand alone drive through establishments
SP
Drive through in conjunction with a permitted use
SP
Institutional
Public utility
P
Public or municipal use
P
Telecommunications facilities
SP
The following lot, area, and setback requirements shall apply to the industrial district within the Town and Villages.
Table 22-3
Permitted Lot, Area, and Setback Requirements
District
Land Use
I
Minimum lot size (with public water and sewer) (square feet)
10,000
Minimum lot size (no public water and sewer) (square feet)
40,000
Minimum lot width (with public water and sewer) (feet)
100
Minimum lot width (no public water and sewer) (feet)
100
Minimum front setback(1) (feet)
20
Minimum side setback(2)
Principal use or structure (feet)
10/25
Accessory use or structure (feet)
10
Minimum rear setback(2)
Principal use or structure (feet)
20/40
Accessory use or structure (feet)
20
NOTES:
(1)
Or average of front setbacks on the two adjacent lots, whichever is less.
(2)
The first number represents the required setback if the lot is located adjacent to a commercially zoned property. The second number is the required setback if the lot is adjacent to an residential property.
The following bulk requirements shall apply to the Industrial District within the Town and Villages.
Table 22-4
Industrial Bulk Requirements
District
Land Use
I
Maximum building height
Principal use or structure (feet)
65
Accessory use or structure (feet)
25
Maximum building coverage
60%
The applicable specific use requirements (Part 4) and development standards (Part 5) in this chapter shall apply to all uses in the Industrial District.