City of Bridgeton, MO
St. Louis County
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The Planned Districts are subject to all provisions of the Zoning Ordinance if they are not expressly stated in the text of the particular planned district. Section 410.090(D), Planned Commercial or Manufacturing Districts, governs the minimum requirements for an application under this Section of the Zoning Ordinance.
Upon adoption of an ordinance establishing a Planned District, a lower case letter of the alphabet will be assigned to the district.
A copy of the application forms and procedures are included.
[Ord. No. 77-52, 5-18-1977; Ord. No. 95-41, 6-21-1995; Ord. No. 01-30, 6-6-2001; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses.
A. 
Those permitted uses in "B-2" Community Business District and "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District, with the exception of the following:
1. 
Automobile parking lot and parking garage.
2. 
Billiard and pool rooms.
3. 
Book stores.
4. 
Bowling alleys, dance halls, gymnasiums, meeting halls, lodge halls, fraternal organizations and clubs.
5. 
Hotels, including dining and meeting rooms.
6. 
Newsstands.
7. 
Pawnshops.
8. 
Multi-family residential uses.
B. 
Offices, including commercial, professional, executive, institutional and governmental.
C. 
Research development and design establishments, exclusive of any manufacture.
D. 
Those uses listed in the "B-2" (Community Business) District and "B-3" (Travel/Entertainment Services) District that require a special use permit granted in accordance with the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance.
E. 
A rental car operation provided such operation does not require parking spaces in excess of ten percent (10%) of the parking spaces provided on the site, and a special use permit is granted for such use in accordance with the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance.
F. 
Testing of construction materials, core samples; not to include hazardous waste.
G. 
Churches.
H. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Regulations and Requirements are hereby established for this Planned Commercial/Residential District as follows:
A. 
Minimum Height Of Structures. Total height of any structure other than those authorized by a special use permit shall not exceed thirty (30) feet (two (2) stories) above the finished ground elevation.
B. 
Lot Area. Lot area and yard requirements:
1. 
Minimum lot area shall not contain less than seven thousand two hundred (7,200) square feet.
2. 
Minimum front yard setback. No front yard is required when all frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets lies within this district. Where adjoining lots are in a "R" District, businesses shall establish the same front setback as has been established in the "R" District.
3. 
Minimum side yard setback. No side yard is required except that on a lot abutting an "R" District, there shall be a side yard of not less than five (5) feet on the side of the lot abutting the residential district.
4. 
Minimum rear yard setback. Twenty (20) feet.
C. 
Off-Street Parking And Loading Requirements. As covered in Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance.
D. 
Sign Regulations. As covered in the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Municipal Code).
E. 
Performance Standards. This district will conform to all the performance and standard controls in the City of Bridgeton, County of St. Louis, State of Missouri.
F. 
Transfer Of Ownership. The transfer of ownership or lease agreement of any of the properties within this district is binding on the property owners or lessees by the conditions of this Chapter which establishes the Planned Commercial/Residential Zoning District.
G. 
Trust Management Agreement. The Trust Management Agreement (as required in Section 410.090(C) of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance) shall be approved by City Attorney, and applicant shall show proof that said agreement is signed and recorded in St. Louis County Recorder of Deeds office.
H. 
Curb Cuts. Curb cuts for this Planned District shall be limited to two (2) and shall be on or westward of Lot 3. Curb cuts shall be spaced no closer than two hundred (200) feet apart; a twenty-five (25) foot access easement to all properties shall be provided for all lots adjacent to and parallel with the State right-of-way for the use of said curb cuts. Residential driveways can continue in use until such time as area is developed.
I. 
Luxury/classic car restoration, repair and sales business; provided the following conditions are met:
[Ord. No. 16-32 §2, 10-5-2016]
1. 
A maximum of one (1) motor vehicle sales establishment (new and/or used), including accessory major and minor automobile repair services shall be permitted, subject to the following restrictions:
a. 
Sales, restoration, and repair shall be limited to vehicles that:
(1) 
Are twenty-five (25) years or more in age; or
(2) 
Are less than twenty-five (25) years in age but offer more technology, are made with higher quality materials, and may be built in smaller numbers than more affordable mass market cars; and are recognized by automobile or insurance industry analysts as a collectible or luxury/classic car.
b. 
A maximum of four (4) vehicles shall be permitted to be stored and/or displayed outdoors at any time and said vehicles shall only be located within parking spaces designated on the approved site plan;
c. 
Said vehicles shall be located directly on the paved parking surface and not upon any platform, ramp, trailer, or similar apparatus;
d. 
No signage or attention getting devices of any kind shall be located on or within vehicles displayed outdoors; and
e. 
The outdoor storage of inoperable, wrecked, damaged, or partially disassembled vehicles, and associated parts or equipment, or machinery of any kind shall be prohibited.
[Ord. No. 80-78, 11-5-1980; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses.
The following regulations and restrictions on the land use shall apply in this "B-5" District.
The following uses shall be permitted provided that, except for automobile parking, they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
1. 
Automobile parking lots and garages.
2. 
Offices, including commercial, professional, executive, institutional and governmental.
3. 
Research, development and design establishments, exclusive of any manufacture or assembly.
4. 
Any retail business use permitted in "B-2" Community Business District and "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District (Sections 410.130(C) and 410.130(D) of the Zoning Ordinance) provided that the activity is intended primarily to serve tenants, employees or patrons of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and/or the airline companies operating out of the airport.
5. 
Structures or facilities used to control the operation of aircraft as provided under Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
6. 
Churches.
7. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Maximum Height of Structures.
Two (2) stories or thirty (30) feet or such lower height as prescribed by applicable Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
3. 
Lot Area and Yard Requirements.
1. 
Minimum lot size. Five thousand (5,000) square feet.
2. 
Minimum setback from all street rights-of-way (including accessory off-street parking and loading). Twenty (20) feet.
3. 
Minimum setback from all other property lines. None.
4. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading and Signs.
Permitted office, research and retail business uses shall provide accessory off-street parking and loading facilities in accordance with the requirements of Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance.
Permitted uses may have signs in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515 of the Code of Ordinances; provided that if applicable Federal Aviation Administration regulations prescribe a lower maximum height of structure than does said Chapter 515 of this Code, such regulation shall govern.
5. 
Landscaping and Screening.
All areas not utilized for parking, loading or structures shall be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs that are maintained in good condition. Plant materials used shall be of a kind that will not exceed height limitations prescribed by applicable Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
All trash containers located outside of buildings shall be effectively screened from view by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing.
6. 
Residences.
Because of the proximity of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport and the resultant impact of aircraft noise, dwelling units and residential structures are prohibited.
[Ord. No. 89-18, 3-1-1989; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used which is arranged or designed for other than one (1) of the following uses except as provided in Section 410.070 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
A. 
Rental service establishment, including automobile and truck (limited to a maximum of ten thousand (10,000) pounds gross vehicle weight) rental services.
B. 
Automobile repair, major and minor, limited to maintenance of the rental car fleets and not available to the general public.
C. 
Motor vehicle sales establishment (used) limited to vehicles owned by the rental establishments and previously used for rental purposes only.
D. 
Automobile service stations, limited to maintenance of the rental car fleets and not available to the general public.
E. 
Car wash, limited to maintenance of the rental car fleets and not available to the general public.
F. 
General business offices associated with the rental car establishments and/or airport-related office facility.
G. 
Automobile parking:
(1) 
Rental car fleet parking.
(2) 
Employees and business-related vehicle parking for the rental car establishments.
(3) 
Airport employee parking.
(4) 
Airport long-term parking.
(5) 
The uses permitted under (3) and (4) of this Subsection (1)(G) are expressly conditioned upon the following two (2) conditions being complied with:
a. 
The combined area for both uses shall not exceed twenty percent (20%) coverage of the net rental facility area.
b. 
Any lot used for either purpose may only be used for that use and none other.
H. 
Radio or microwave transmitting tower to be used for municipal purposes and ancillary rental car purposes.
I. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction; cemeteries.
J. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings (such as parking attendant booths) pertaining to the listed uses.
K. 
Memorial cemetery to remain and be maintained by the land owner.
L. 
Churches.
2. 
Regulations and Requirements.
The following regulations and requirements are hereby established for this Planned Commercial District:
A. 
Lot Area. The minimum lot area shall not contain less than three (3) acres.
B. 
Yard Requirements.
(1) 
The following setbacks will be maintained from all buildings on each development site to the nearest adjacent property line.
(a) 
Front yard. The minimum front yard for the principal building shall be no less than thirty (30) feet, with the exception of parking attendant booths located at the main entrance. Such parking attendant booths may be located no closer than ten (10) feet from the adjacent street right-of-way line.
(b) 
Side yards. A minimum side yard of thirty (30) feet shall be required on each side of the principal building.
(c) 
Rear yard. The minimum rear yard for the principal building shall be no less than forty (40) feet.
(2) 
Building clusters. Within the developable portion of each development site, the following minimum distances will be maintained between buildings.
(a)
Front to front
Thirty (30) feet
(b)
Back to back
Thirty (30) feet
(c)
Side to side
Twenty (20) feet
(d)
Front to side
Thirty (30) feet
(e)
Back to side
Thirty (30) feet
(f)
Corner to corner
Twenty (20) feet
(g)
Where otherwise separate buildings share a common wall, they will be considered one (1) building.
C. 
Height Of Structures. The total height of any structure upon the lot shall not exceed thirty (30) feet or two (2) stories, whichever is least, above the finished grade elevation, except as Sections 410.050(B)(1)(c) and 410.050(B)(1)(d) of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton may apply.
D. 
Minimum proportion of the overall project to be kept free of development shall be eighteen percent (18%) of the gross rental facility area (48.1 acres), with those areas more specifically shown on Plate 4, Amended Site Development Plan and Plate 7, Landscaping Development Plan Details (revised January 27, 1989) being included at a minimum. The Airport Authority shall be responsible for maintaining those areas indicated on revised Plate 4 and Plate 7. Any landscaping that dies shall be replaced in kind within the next planting season.
E. 
Screening Adjacent To Residential Districts. A transition area shall be created adjacent to Long Road through use of a recorded landscape easement. This transition area shall be thirty (30) feet wide from the intersection of Long Road and Natural Bridge Road southerly to the point of intersection between the southern property line of the cemetery and the right-of-way of Long Road. From that point south to the limits of the project, the transition area shall be twenty (20) feet in width (see Plate 4).
Screening within this transition area will consist of the following:
(1) 
An earth berm conforming to Plate 7.
(2) 
Deciduous trees planted according to amended Plates 4 and 7.
(3) 
All deciduous trees shall be a minimum of three (3) inches caliper as measured in the trunk, one (1) foot above the ground.
(4) 
All evergreen trees shall be a minimum of six (6) feet tall at planting.
F. 
Other Landscaping. Other landscaping within the development shall be constructed as follows:
(1) 
A transition area twenty (20) feet in width, conforming to the requirements of Paragraph E, Items 2-5, shall be constructed along the northern boundary of the project from the intersection of the project boundary with Key Drive eastwardly to the intersection of the project boundary with the western right-of-way line of Cypress Road, thence south along the western right-of-way line of Cypress Road to its intersection with the boundary of the Clear Zone Area for Runway 6-24.
(2) 
Deciduous trees shall be planted thirty-five (35) feet on center along both sides of Bridgeton Terrace Drive and Key Drive as depicted on Plates 4 and 7.
(3) 
Landscaping within each development site shall conform to the requirements Paragraph 9 "Design Guidelines", Section (G)(4) "Landscaping".
(4) 
A double row of evergreen trees shall be provided along the northwest area of the entire Clear Zone. Said evergreens shall be near the crest of the earth berm at twelve (12) foot centers.
(5) 
An eight (8) foot high architectural concrete fence shall be constructed near the crest of the earth berm commencing at the point of intersection of the Cypress Road setback line with the Clear Zone Area for runway 6-24 and continuing northwesterly to the northeastern most point of that area denominated "Lot 5" and thence westerly to the point of intersection with Key Drive.
G. 
Sidewalks shall be provided along all public and private streets.
3. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
Off-street parking and loading shall be in conformance with the requirements of Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, except as follows:
A. 
The storage areas for the respective rental car fleets shall be exempt from the design requirements for parking spaces and aisles. This exemption shall apply to the storage area for the rental car fleet only. Typical fleet storage is bumper-to-bumper, a number of cars deep. Non-fleet parking spaces shall be constructed at a minimum of ten (10) feet in width and nineteen (19) feet in length and shall comply with all other design requirements.
B. 
Parking spaces designed for compact cars in excess of those required for customers and employees may exceed twenty percent (20%) of the total number of parking spaces provided.
C. 
Parking may be placed within the required front yard setback from any street, provided it shall not encroach upon any landscape easement.
D. 
Security fencing may be placed around each development site at the property line; except it shall be a minimum of twenty (20) feet back from the right-of-way of Cypress Road, Natural Bridge Road and Long Road.
E. 
No solid wall, solid fence or solid hedge shall be required adjacent to the Long Road property line.
4. 
Access.
Access to the overall development shall be limited to Natural Bridge Road and Cypress Road as presented on Plate 4. No access to the development will be derived from Long Road. Internally to the development, each individual site shall derive its access from either Bridgeton Terrace Drive and/or Key Drive. No individual site shall derive its access from Long Road, Cypress Road or Natural Bridge Road. In each case, each individual site shall be limited to no more than two (2) access points to Bridgeton Terrace Drive and/or Key Drive, not exceeding thirty-five (35) feet in width each.
5. 
Underground Utilities.
All utilities, throughout the development, shall be installed underground. Cable switching enclosures, pad-mounted transformers, service pedestals, and similarly related devices may be installed above ground.
6. 
Fences.
Fences within the development shall conform to the requirements of Section 410.050(J) of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, except as follows:
A. 
Open fences not exceeding eight (8) feet in height, provided for security purposes, excluding barbed wire and razor fencing, may be placed within the front yard setback.
7. 
Lighting.
No external lighting fixture, whether pole or wall-mounted, shall exceed thirty (30) feet in height. All lighting fixtures shall be so designed and oriented such that no direct light is cast upon adjacent property or such that direct or reflected shall interfere with the operation of motor vehicles on adjoining public thoroughfares.
8. 
Signage.
Signage shall comply with Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances entitled "Street Graphics".
9. 
Design Guidelines.
In addition to the regulations previously set forth, development of individual sites within the overall development shall conform to the following design guidelines:
A. 
Building Code Requirements.
(1) 
The BOCA Basic National Building Code/1987 Tenth Edition will govern building construction requirements.
(a) 
All buildings shall be of fire-resistant construction.
(b) 
Construction classification type 4 and 5 for wood construction will not be permitted.
(c) 
Requirements for the physically handicapped in Article 5 will be adhered to, as will all other Articles of the Code.
(2) 
Building plan approval/permits.
(a) 
The Lambert/St. Louis Airport Authority and the Design and Review Board will review all building designs and upon approval issue a permit for design acceptability.
(b) 
Building plan approval for construction permits must be obtained from the City of Bridgeton.
B. 
Building Limitations.
(1) 
Area limit.
(a) 
Buildings may be as large as allowable by the BOCA Code and zoning requirements.
(b) 
No building except the guard station may be under one thousand (1,000) square feet.
(c) 
Guard booths are limited in size to fifty (50) square feet and a maximum number of two (2).
(2) 
Height limit. Buildings are limited in height to a maximum of two (2) stories or thirty (30) feet.
(3) 
Number of structures.
(a) 
A maximum of three (3) separate structures, not including the guard booth, may be constructed on the property.
(4) 
Design.
(a) 
The character of the buildings should be compatible with the design of the new facilities at Lambert/St. Louis International Airport.
(b) 
The style should be "contemporary" and not based on historical precedent; i.e. no classical, gothic or colonial structures.
(c) 
Portable structures, other than the guard booth, will not be allowed.
(d) 
Pre-engineered building systems, if used, shall be of the "custom designed" category and must utilize only the approved exterior materials.
C. 
Building Enclosures.
(1) 
Massing.
(a) 
All buildings will be rectilinear in shape. Free form, circular, triangular and irregular shaped structures will be discouraged.
(b) 
A limited use of curves or angles for building corners, entrances or walls will be acceptable.
(c) 
All roofs will be flat. They should not be visible and are not part of the design vocabulary.
(d) 
It is desirable to reduce the mass of the building to human scale. To accomplish this the building may be divided into its component parts for service, support and maintenance functions. These facilities can be further separated into individual buildings if desired.
(2) 
Wall surfaces.
(a) 
To increase visual interest, a harmonious combination of wall surface textures is encouraged.
(b) 
Patterns as well as textures on surfacing materials are acceptable.
(c) 
Changes in textures, patterns and colors should relate to changes of functions in the building.
(d) 
Fenestration.
1. 
Maximize glass areas in service areas; i.e., offices, check-in and waiting.
2. 
Minimize glass areas in support and maintenance areas.
3. 
Mirror glass is not acceptable.
4. 
Design and pattern of fenestration is left to the architect.
(e) 
Surface articulation should not be based on historical references.
(f) 
No painted or unpainted non-decorative concrete blocks shall be permitted.
(3) 
Building materials.
(a) 
The following are allowable exterior materials:
1. 
Brick-smooth and velour texture.
2. 
Decorative concrete masonry units: split-faced, fluted, ribbed or scored.
3. 
Glass: clear or tinted.
4. 
Tile: ceramic, porcelain, quarry, stone.
5. 
Exterior insulation and finish systems: Dryvit, R-Wall, Sencon or equal.
6. 
Preformed metal wall panels.
a. 
Flat panels: Alply, Tech-Wall, Aluco-Bond or equal.
b. 
Ribbed panels: maximum corrugated depth of one (1) inch with a uniform pattern.
c. 
Panels may be applied horizontally or vertically.
d. 
Metal panels will not replicate other materials such as stone or brick.
(b) 
The following allowable materials cannot be used where they would come in contact with vehicular traffic:
1. 
Glass.
2. 
Tile.
3. 
Exterior stucco systems.
4. 
Preformed metal wall panels.
(c) 
The following exterior materials are not acceptable:
1. 
Rough cut or field cut stone.
2. 
Concrete aggregate panels.
3. 
Plastic panels.
4. 
Wood.
5. 
Manufactured silicate panels.
6. 
Unpainted and galvanized metal siding.
7. 
Painted or unpainted non-decorative concrete block.
(d) 
A maximum of four (4) of the approved materials may be used in the design of the buildings.
(e) 
There shall be a continuity of materials between buildings. A minimum of one (1) material should be repeated.
D. 
Color.
(1) 
Tinted glass should be in the gray color range. Colored glass such as gold or green will not be allowed.
(2) 
One (1) accent color, preferably in the company's color, will be acceptable provided it represents less than ten percent (10%) of the gross wall surface area. The color can be used for accent striping, creating wall patterns or highlighting an entrance.
(3) 
Colors should be compatible between buildings.
E. 
Building Features.
(1) 
Canopies.
(a) 
The use of canopies over exterior customer waiting areas is encouraged.
(b) 
Canopies are required over the gas service areas.
(c) 
Fascias on canopies should be a minimum of one (1) foot high and completely conceal the structure. They should be of the same materials used in the buildings. Fascias are to be vertical and of a flat design; mansard shapes are not acceptable.
(d) 
Column supports for canopies, if required, should have a minimum size of six (6) inches by six (6) inches.
(e) 
Canopies shall be flat roofed.
(2) 
Entrances.
(a) 
Building entrances for the public should be obvious to the uninitiated.
(b) 
Segregation of public access and employee entrances is encouraged.
(3) 
Guard booths.
(a) 
The construction of the booth is to be in character with the other structures on the site.
(b) 
Prefabricated booths in steel, aluminum or fiberglass are acceptable.
(4) 
Building layout.
(a) 
Direct customer access to the building is required.
(b) 
Gas, wash and maintenance areas should be segregated from customer areas.
(c) 
Provide adequate public facilities (i.e., toilets and waiting areas).
(d) 
Provide a "buffer zone" around public portions of the building in the form of planting areas and sidewalks. This requirement is to prevent a customer from walking out of the building directly into vehicular traffic.
(e) 
Protected exterior waiting areas are encouraged.
(5) 
Mechanical systems.
(a) 
Rooftop or pad mounted HVAC units are to be properly screened with one (1) of the approved building materials.
F. 
Building Signage.
(1) 
All signage shall comply with Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton City Code of Ordinances entitled "Street Graphics".
(2) 
Pole-mounted signs will not be allowed.
G. 
Building Signage.
(1) 
Grading.
(a) 
Site grading shall be done to minimize soil erosion. Straw bales, silt fencing or some other approved means of erosion control device shall be used.
(b) 
Excess excavated material shall be disposed of at a site approved by the Airport Authority.
(2) 
Storm drainage.
(a) 
All storm drainage facilities shall conform to the "Standard Construction Specifications for Sewers and Drainage Facilities", 1986 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District.
(b) 
Storm drainage shall be collected within the tenant lease limits in an underground system and connected to the Airport Authority system.
(c) 
Grit traps or fuel/water separators shall be provided as needed to prevent contaminated stormwater runoff from entering the Airport Authority's system.
(3) 
Paving.
(a) 
Site paving shall conform to the St. Louis County Standard Specifications for Highway Construction dated June 1, 1980.
(b) 
Parking areas shall be paved with a minimum thickness of three (3) inches type "C" asphaltic concrete on surface, three (3) inches type "X" asphaltic concrete base course on six (6) inches compacted aggregate base course.
(c) 
Pavement thicknesses and materials used in other areas shall be designed to handle anticipated loads. Where Portland cement concrete pavement is used, minimum thickness shall be eight (8) inches non-reinforced PC concrete on four (4) inches compacted aggregate base course.
(d) 
Concrete pavement shall be used around all service islands.
(4) 
Landscaping.
(a) 
A landscaping plan shall be prepared by each tenant for the review of the Airport Authority and the Design and Review Board. The plan shall show the extent of trees, bushes, hedges, shrubs, lawns, ground cover or decorative walls.
(b) 
Landscaping materials shall be provided along the tenant's frontage and adjacent to buildings.
(c) 
All interior landscaped areas shall be raised and curbed.
(d) 
Deciduous shade trees shall have a minimum caliper of three (3) inches in the trunk measured one (1) foot above the ground with a clear trunk of at least five (5) feet where provided for screening, buffering or aesthetic effect. Evergreen trees shall be a minimum of six (6) feet in height at planting. All trees shall be properly planted and staked.
(e) 
All landscaping shall be permanently maintained in good condition. In order to present a healthy, neat and orderly appearance, landscaped areas shall be provided with adequate irrigation for the maintenance of grass, shrubs, ground covering and other landscaping by utilizing a sprinkler system, hose bibs and/or such other method of providing water.
(f) 
The cost of the landscaping to be installed by the tenant shall be at least equal to five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) per acre of leased space, partial acres prorated on a per acre basis.
(g) 
Any landscaping that dies shall be replaced in kind within the next planting season.
(5) 
Lighting.
(a) 
Area lighting shall be designed to provide a light level of minimum one and one-half (1.5) fc with a uniformity ratio six to one (6:1).
(b) 
Luminaires shall be shoe box type fixtures with a black finish and metal halide lamps. Luminaires shall be shielded to shine downward to prevent glare.
(c) 
Light standards shall be square tapered steel, thirty (30) foot maximum height, painted black to match the luminaires. No lights shall exceed the elevation limits determined by the Airport Layout Plan (ALP) imaginary surfaces.
(6) 
Utility service.
(a) 
The Airport Authority will provide access to utilities at the lease limit line.
(b) 
The tenant will be responsible for connecting to utilities.
(c) 
All utility lines installed by the tenant shall be underground.
(7) 
Fencing.
(a) 
All fencing installed for security or partitioning purposes shall be black vinyl coated chain-link fence.
(b) 
Chain-link fences shall be a maximum of eight (8) feet high. Barbed wire above the fabric will not be allowed.
(8) 
Signage.
(a) 
Tenant can erect only one (1) two-sided sign to identify their operation. The sign shall be a ground-mounted monument sign not exceeding thirty (30) square feet in area per facing. The height of the sign and base shall not exceed six (6) feet.
(b) 
Tenant can erect directional signs as needed. Directional signs shall not exceed six (6) square feet of area per facing.
(c) 
All signs shall be located as not to impair visibility.
(d) 
There shall be a continuity of appearance of the signage.
(9) 
Access.
(a) 
Tenant will be provided with two (2) entrances from the access road.
(b) 
The maximum entrance width shall be as allowed under City of Bridge ton ordinances.
(c) 
Entrance locations shall be reviewed and approved by the Airport Authority.
(d) 
The entrance shall be clearly defined by signage, landscaping or other monument approved by the Airport Authority.
10. 
Other Approvals.
Approval of this planned development is subject to the review and approval of detailed engineering construction plans by the following entities within the field of their respective jurisdictions.
A. 
The City Engineer for the City of Bridgeton.
B. 
The Missouri State Highway and Transportation Department.
C. 
The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District.
D. 
The Pattonville-Bridgeton Terrace Fire Protection District.
E. 
The Missouri-American Water Company.
F. 
Design and Review Board.
11. 
Lot Lines.
The City of St. Louis/Airport Authority will own the land encompassed by this planned development in total. Individual sites within the project developed by others shall be held by lease only. Although the number of leaseholds, their boundaries, and access points may vary over time from that reflected upon Plate 4, strict conformance with the minimum lot size, area regulations and other requirements of this Chapter shall be maintained.
12. 
Buildings.
Since the buildings proposed within the development shall be constructed by others, it is recognized that the location of buildings, their size and dimensions reflected upon Plate 4 are "typical" representations intended for reference purposes only. The actual location of buildings upon each lot, their size and dimensions may vary from that reflected on Plate 4 subject to conformance with the minimum lot size, area regulations, and other requirements of this Chapter.
13. 
Miscellaneous.
All car rental agencies operating in Bridgeton from Lambert shall be located at this facility.
A memorial marker shall be installed to recognize that this is the area where the City of Bridgeton had its beginnings.
[Ord. No. 83-72, 12-7-1983; Ord. No. 84-38, 6-20-1984; Ord. No. 84-39, 7-5-1984; Ord. No. 85-37, 6-5-1985; Ord. No. 87-63, 7-15-1987; Ord. No. 01-50, 9-5-2001; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 03-68 § 1, 11-19-2003; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-65 § 6, 11-4-2009]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used for other than one (1) of the following uses provided that all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building, except for permitted outdoor sales and/or displays as provided in paragraph 52 below and accessory off-street parking and loading spaces.
1. 
Antique shop; art gallery and/or studio; coin and/or philatelic shop; hobby shop; picture framing shop.
2. 
Apparel store; custom dress shop; furrier; haberdashery; shoe store; tailor shop.
3. 
Appliance sales and service; sewing machine sales and service; radio, stereo system and/or television sales and service, including on-site automobile installation; provided that not more than one (1) on-site automobile installation facility be permitted, that only equipment sold on site be installed on site, that all installation of equipment be done in a wholly enclosed building, and that security lighting be provided at the entrance(s) to the installation area.
4. 
Auditorium, provided that not more than one (1) such facility shall be permitted.
5. 
Automobile accessory and parts store, including repair, service and installation work, provided that not more than one (1) such facility shall be permitted.
6. 
Financial institution.
7. 
Bakery not exceeding five thousand (5,000) square feet of gross floor area.
8. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
9. 
Book store; gift shop; notions or sundries store; school supply store; stationery store.
10. 
Business machine sales and repair; computer sales and repair; typewriter sales and repair.
11. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office, provided that freestanding office buildings are not permitted.
12. 
Butcher shop or meat market.
13. 
Camera store; photographic studio; photographic supply store.
14. 
Candy shop.
15. 
Dairy products store.
16. 
Delicatessen.
17. 
Department store; discount store; dry goods store; variety store.
18. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pickup and/or self-service store.
19. 
Drug store.
20. 
Electronic game room.
21. 
Florist, but not including greenhouses.
22. 
Fruit market.
23. 
Furniture store; interior decorating, including upholstery and the making of draperies, slip covers and similar articles when incidental to a retail operation.
24. 
Grocery store or supermarket; frozen food store.
25. 
Hardware store; garden supply store, but not including greenhouses; paint store; wallpaper store.
26. 
Health food store.
27. 
Indoor theater.
28. 
Jewelry store; clock and watch sales and repair.
29. 
Leather goods store; luggage store.
30. 
Library.
31. 
Liquor store, packaged goods only.
32. 
Locksmith.
33. 
Magazine and newsstand.
34. 
Medical and dental supply and equipment store.
35. 
Medical clinic; optician; optometrist.
36. 
Musical instrument sales and repair store.
37. 
Pet shop, but not including animal hospital or kennel.
38. 
Physical culture establishment, but not including massage parlor.
39. 
Postal facility; telegraph office; utility collection office.
40. 
Radio and/or television transmitting tower.
41. 
Rental service establishment.
42. 
Restaurant, including an outdoor area for consumption of food and beverage; fast-food restaurant, including an outdoor area for consumption of food and beverage; soda fountain; tea room; tavern or saloon, not including dance hall or discotheque.
43. 
School — dance, music.
44. 
Seafood store.
45. 
Shoe repair shop.
46. 
Sporting goods store; bicycle sales and repair shop.
47. 
Tobacco shop.
48. 
Toy store.
49. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
50. 
Youth center, provided that not more than one (1) such facility shall be permitted.
51. 
Accessory uses as defined in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
52. 
Sales and promotional activities as provided in Section 410.050(K) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
53. 
Reserved.
54. 
Churches.
55. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
56. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
Density, Setback and Height Requirements.
The density of development shall not exceed ten thousand (10,000) square feet of gross floor area per acre of land.
The minimum setback for buildings shall be seventy-five (75) feet from the right-of-way lines of St. Charles Rock Road and McKelvey Road and twenty (20) feet from the right-of-way lines/easement lines of interior roadways or streets. The minimum setback for all portions of parking areas, except for access drives to the street, shall be twenty (20) feet from the right-of-way lines of St. Charles Rock Road and McKelvey Road and ten (10) feet from the right-of-way/easement lines of interior roadways or streets.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be forty-five (45) feet or three (3) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
3. 
Landscaping Requirements.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant material subject to the approval of the Design and Review Board.
All parking areas for fifty (50) or more vehicles shall be landscaped in a manner that will break up any visual appearance of a large expanse of pavement and/or parked cars.
4. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements.
All permitted land uses shall meet the off-street parking and off-street loading area requirements contained in Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended. All off-street parking and off-street loading areas shall be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with the requirements of Section 410.110, provided that parking lot light standards shall not exceed thirty (30) feet in height.
5. 
Signing.
All permanent signing shall conform with an overall program for signage (style, size, location, color) approved by the Bridgeton Design and Review Board and shall conform with the following requirements:
1. 
No roof signs shall be permitted which extend above the roof of the building or the top of the parapet wall around the building.
2. 
Only one (1) pole sign shall be permitted, not in excess of thirty (30) feet in height, along St. Charles Rock Road frontage identifying the principal tenant of the development by name and/or symbol only.
3. 
No portable or flashing signs shall be permitted except as authorized under the provisions of Section 410.050(K) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
4. 
Interior roadways or streets shall be named and appropriately signed.
5. 
There shall be a single system of traffic directional signing for the commercial development and DePaul Health Center that includes distinctive signs for providing direction to the hospital emergency entrance.
6. 
Except for not more than one (1) ground sign, not over six (6) feet in height above the ground level, associated with each outparcel as shown on the concept plan by Mackey and Associate dated July 26, 1983, all signs for specific business establishments shall be attached to the building housing such establishment (no freestanding signs) and no more than two (2) signs shall be permitted for any one (1) establishment.
All permanent signs shall be subject to individual review and approval by the Bridgeton Design and Review Board for conformance with the approved signage program and the above requirements. Temporary window signs and temporary real estate signs shall be permitted in accordance with the provisions of the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance (See Chapter 515 of the City Code).
In the event that the criteria of the approved signage program and/or the above requirements conflict with the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance (See Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances), the provisions of said program and/or requirements shall prevail.
6. 
Construction Criteria.
Building material types, textures and colors shall be in harmony with those used in the main buildings of the DePaul Health Center, subject to the approval of the Bridgeton Design and Review Board. Non-decorative concrete block (painted and unpainted) and ribbed-type painted metal panels (commonly used for pre-engineered metal building systems) shall not be permitted.
All electric, telephone and cable television distribution lines shall be installed underground, except that cable switching enclosures, pad-mounted transformers and service pedestals may be installed above ground.
There shall be provided adequate security lighting throughout the district subject to the approval of the City Engineer.
Fire hydrants shall be provided in accordance with the requirements of the Pattonville/Bridgeton Terrace Fire Protection District.
Access to development in the district shall be provided from the McKelvey Road entrance to the DePaul Health Center; provided that this requirement shall be waived if the City Council concurs by resolution with a finding of the City Engineer that such access is not feasible due to adverse grades.
No vehicular access shall be provided along the westerly side of the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road for a distance of five hundred (500) feet southerly from the southerly right-of-way of St. Charles Rock Road (measured along the centerline of said entrance road); provided that a right-turn only access may be created for the exclusive use of a business occupying a site in the district westerly of said entrance road.
Prior to the issuance of any building permits for development within the district, right-of-way dedications and construction plans for all of the following improvements shall have been approved by the City Engineer and, where appropriate, the Missouri Department of Highways and Transportation or the St. Louis County Department of Highways and Traffic.
Prior to the issuance of any occupancy permits for buildings or premises within the district, all of the following improvements shall have been constructed, and such construction accepted by the City Engineer and, where appropriate, the Missouri Department of Highways and Transportation or the St. Louis County Department of Highways and Traffic.
1. 
Widen St. Charles Rock Road to a minimum width of sixty-two (62) feet at the entrance road to DePaul Health Center to create east and westbound left-turn lanes.
2. 
A new electric traffic signal at the intersection of St. Charles Rock Road with the entrance road to DePaul Health Center.
3. 
A second (2nd) northbound left-turn lane on the entrance road to DePaul Health Center at St. Charles Rock Road.
4. 
The realignment of the entrance road to DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road to a point approximately five hundred (500) feet south thereof.
5. 
Widen the south leg of McKelvey Road at St. Charles Rock Road for a distance of three hundred (300) feet to provide a separate northbound right-turn lane.
6. 
Widen the south leg of McKelvey Road at St. Charles Rock Road for a distance of three hundred (300) feet to provide a second (2nd) northbound left-turn lane.
7. 
A separate eastbound right-turn lane on St. Charles Rock Road at McKelvey Road.
8. 
North and southbound left-turn lanes on McKelvey Road at the entrance road to DePaul Health Center; provided that the northbound lane does not need to exceed two hundred (200) feet in length.
9. 
Modification of the existing electric traffic signal at the intersection of McKelvey Road with the entrance road to DePaul Health Center.
10. 
A third (3rd) traffic lane on the entrance road to DePaul Health Center from McKelvey Road to the interior ring road that encircles the Health Center complex.
[Ord. No. 97-11, 2-19-1997; Ord. No. 97-56, 8-20-1997; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 02-22, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 04-27 § 1, 4-21-2004; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-65 § 6, 11-4-2009]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used for other than one (1) of the following uses provided that all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
1. 
Home improvement retail store with exterior garden center including, but not limited to, the sale of lumber, tools, wallpaper, paints, solvents, flowers, lights, and any and all accessories and items found in a hardware store or home improvement retail store.
2. 
Restaurant; fast-food restaurant.
3. 
Automobile accessory and/or parts store.
4. 
Automobile repair, service and installation stores shall be required to obtain a special use permit with the exception that any automobile repair, service or installation store presently located on the site shall not be required to obtain a special use permit if the existing facility is rebuilt, relocated or remains at the same location.
5. 
No outdoor sale of merchandise shall be permitted unless such areas are located adjacent to the building and enclosed with decorative wall or enclosure approved by the Design and Review Board. Outdoor display of seasonal merchandise shall be permitted when located adjacent to the building and on the front concrete sidewalk; provided that in no event shall the area used for such display extend more than two-thirds (2/3) of the distance from the face of the building to the driving lane, the display area may not be located within any loading zone area and no display items may exceed ten (10) feet in height.
6. 
Sales and promotional activities as provided in Section 410.050(K) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
7. 
Bakery.
8. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
9. 
Drug store.
10. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pickup and/or self-service store.
11. 
Florist.
12. 
Grocery store or supermarket.
13. 
Variety store.
14. 
Apparel store, costume or formal wear rental, custom dress shop, furrier, haberdashery, shoe store, tailor shop.
15. 
Appliance sales and service; radio, stereo system and/or television sales and service but not including automobile installations or service; sewing machine sales and service.
16. 
Financial institution.
17. 
Bookstore, gift shop, notions or sundries store, school supply store, stationery store.
18. 
Business machine sales and repair, computer sales and repair, typewriter sales and repair.
19. 
Camera store, photographic studio, photographic supply store.
20. 
Department store, discount store, dry goods store, variety store.
21. 
Furniture store; interior decorating, including upholstery and the making of draperies, slipcovers and similar articles when incidental to a retail operation.
22. 
Medical and dental supply and equipment store, but not including rental.
23. 
Sporting goods store, bicycle sales and repair shop.
24. 
Toy store.
25. 
Churches.
26. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
All other uses shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 of the City Code of Ordinances.
27. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
Density, Setback and Height Requirements.
The total allowable building area for the development, exclusive of the outparcels, including garden centers for home improvement retail stores, shall be two hundred twenty-five thousand (225,000) square feet. The density, setback and height requirement of development for the outparcels shall not be less than the standards set forth in the "B-2" Community Business District.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be forty-five (45) feet or three (3) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
There shall be a minimum of a five (5) foot setback from the west and rear property line.
3. 
Landscaping.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant material subject to the approval of the Design and Review Board.
4. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements.
All permitted land uses shall meet the off-street parking and off-street loading area requirements contained in Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance, except that all parking spaces shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet six (6) inches wide and nineteen (19) feet long.
No more than four (4) loading spaces shall be required for any one (1) building. Parking lot light standards shall not exceed forty (40) feet in height.
5. 
Signage.
All permanent signage shall conform to the provision of Section 515.120, Programs for Graphics and Signs.
6. 
Construction Criteria.
Building material types, textures and colors shall be in harmony with those used in the main building, subject to the approval of the Design and Review Board.
All electric, telephone and cable television distribution lines shall be installed underground, except that cable switching enclosures, pad-mounted transformers and service pedestals may be installed above ground, and except that primary electric service, metering and switching equipment and lines which AmerenUE requires be above ground may be installed above ground.
Fire hydrants shall be provided in accordance with the requirement of the Pattonville-Bridgeton Terrace Fire Protection District.
[Ord. No. 97-79, 10-15-1997; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-30-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used in this "B-5" District for other than one (1) of the following uses provided that all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building except accessory off-street parking and loading spaces.
1. 
Mini warehouse storage facility and apartment for on-site manager.
2. 
Business and/or professional offices including freestanding office buildings.
3. 
Medical and dental supply and equipment store.
4. 
Accessory uses as defined in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
5. 
Sales and promotional activities as provided in Section 410.050(K) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
6. 
Churches.
7. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Density, Setback and Height Requirements.
The total allowable building area for the development shall be fifty-five thousand (55,000) square feet.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be thirty (30) feet or two (2) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided by Section 410.050 of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
The setbacks shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District.
3. 
Landscaping.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant material subject to the approval of the Design and Review Board.
4. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All permitted land uses shall meet the off-street parking and off-street loading area requirements contained in Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, except as amended herein. Parking spaces are required to be ten (10) feet wide by twenty (20) feet long. The parking space requirement shall be one (1) space for every ten thousand (10,000) square feet of storage area. All other uses are subject to the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance. Light standards shall not exceed forty (40) feet in height. No loading docks shall be required.
5. 
Signage.
All permanent signage shall conform to the following requirements:
1. 
No roof signs shall be permitted which extend above the roof of the building or the top of the parapet wall around the building.
2. 
One (1) freestanding (pylon) sign shall be permitted — not in excess of twenty (20) feet in height — one (1) along the St. Charles Rock Road frontage identifying the principal tenant of the development by name and/or symbol only. The sign area per face per pylon sign shall not exceed thirty (30) square feet exclusive of supports and ornamental features.
3. 
No portable or flashing signs shall be permitted except as authorized under the provisions of Section 410.050(K) of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
4. 
The number of wall signs will be the total aggregate area of all wall signs on any one (1) elevation for any one (1) business shall not exceed the maximum wall sign area specified in Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Street Graphics Ordinance, which is equal to twenty percent (20%) of signable area, not to exceed one hundred (100) square feet plus three-fourths (.75) square foot for every foot of setback from the sign wall to the public right-of-way.
Temporary window signs and temporary real estate signs shall be permitted in accordance with the provisions of the Bridgeton Street Graphics Ordinance.
6. 
Construction Criteria.
Building material types, textures and colors shall be in harmony with those used in the main building, subject to the approval of the Bridgeton Design and Review Board.
All electric, telephone and cable television distribution lines shall be installed underground, except that cable switching enclosures, pad-mounted transformers and service pedestals may be installed above ground, and except that primary electric service, metering and switching equipment and lines which AmerenUE requires be above ground may be installed above ground.
Fire hydrants shall be provided in accordance with the requirements of the Pattonville-Bridgeton Terrace Fire Protection District.
[Ord. No. 93-110, 12-15-1993; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 06-55 § 1, 11-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
The following uses shall be permitted:
1. 
All those regulations and uses permitted in the "B-2" Community Business District.
2. 
Retail or wholesale show room and/or distribution facility.
3. 
Warehousing, whether or not incidental to retailing on the same premises.
4. 
Fabricating and assembly of building materials, including windows, provided such activity is conducted without noise, vibration, odor, dust, or any other condition which might be disturbing to occupants of adjacent buildings.
5. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Outdoor Storage and Fencing.
An eight and one-half (8 1/2) foot high wood slat privacy fence may be constructed within the front yard area. Such a fence would be confined to that area located in the northwest corner of the property. The fence may begin at the northwest corner of the main building extend northwest to a point ten (10) feet distance from the right-of-way of Pennridge, then extend northeast parallel and ten (10) feet distance from the right-of-way of Pennridge to the northern property line, then eastwardly to a line extended from the front plane of the front of the main building. The area enclosed by the fence located within the front yard area is confined to a dimension of approximately one hundred four (104) feet by one hundred forty-one (141) feet.
A three (3) foot high post and cable traffic control device may be constructed within the front yard area parallel to the right-of-way of Pennridge Drive beginning at the northwest corner of the property and extending southwestwardly approximately five hundred thirty-five (535) foot distance to the second (2nd) entrance to the property from Pennridge Drive.
[Ord. No. 84-46, 7-18-1984; Ord. No. 98-47, 5-20-1998; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 04-18 § 1, 3-17-2004; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-24 § 1, 4-15-2009]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure, or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used in this "B-5" District for other than one (1) of the following uses, except as provided in Sections 410.070 and 410.130(B)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance. All permitted uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building except public parks and except that accessory off-street parking and loading spaces may be within open areas meeting applicable provisions of Section 410.110.
1. 
Antique shop; art gallery and/or studio; coin and/or philatelic shop; hobby shop; picture framing shop.
2. 
Apparel store; costume or formal wear rental; custom dress shop; furrier; haberdashery; shoe store; tailor shop.
3. 
Automobile accessory store but not including repair, service or installation work.
4. 
Bakery not exceeding five thousand (5,000) square feet of gross floor area.
5. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
6. 
Bookstore; gift shop; notions or sundries store; school supply store; stationery store.
7. 
Business machine sales and repair; computer sales and repair; typewriter sales and repair.
8. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
9. 
Butcher shop or meat market.
10. 
Camera store; photographic studio; photographic supply store.
11. 
Candy shop.
12. 
Dairy products store.
13. 
Day care center.
14. 
Delicatessen.
15. 
Department store; discount store; dry goods store; variety store.
16. 
Drug store.
17. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pickup and/or self-service store.
18. 
Florist but not including greenhouses.
19. 
Food catering establishment.
20. 
Furniture store; interior decorating, including upholstery and the making of draperies, slipcovers and similar articles when incidental to a retail operation.
21. 
Grocery store or super market; frozen food store and/or locker.
22. 
Hardware store; garden supply store but not including greenhouses; paint store; wallpaper store.
23. 
Health food store.
24. 
Jewelry store; clock repair; watch repair.
25. 
Laboratory — medical, dental, research, experimental, testing, photographic — but not including the production or manufacture of products.
26. 
Leather goods store; luggage store.
27. 
Library.
28. 
Locksmith.
29. 
Magazine and newsstand.
30. 
Medical and dental supply and equipment store, but not including rental.
31. 
Medical clinic; optician; optometrist.
32. 
Musical instrument sales and repair store, but not including rental.
33. 
Printing establishment; blueprinting and photostating establishment; job printer; printing and publishing, but not including distribution of books, magazines and newspapers, nor bookbinding.
34. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
35. 
School — dancing, music.
36. 
Seafood store.
37. 
Shoe repair shop.
38. 
Sporting goods store; bicycle sales and repair shop.
39. 
Tobacco shop.
40. 
Toy store.
41. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
42. 
Churches.
43. 
Limousine service, excluding vehicles carrying more than nine (9) passengers.
44. 
Restaurant, fast-food restaurant; soda fountain; tea room.
45. 
A facility providing for the care of three (3) or more adults away from their own homes for any part of the twenty-four (24) hour day, for compensation or otherwise, which care shall be supplemental to the person's (and/or his or her designated guardian's) regular home activities.
46. 
Self-service storage facility provided the following:
[Ord. No. 15-34 §1, 12-2-2015]
1. 
The sum of the gross floor area of all structures utilized for the use shall be at least thirty thousand (30,000) square feet, but shall not exceed a maximum of one hundred thousand (100,000) square feet based on the ability to provide adequate parking and aisle width for circulation.
2. 
The maximum height of the structures shall not exceed forty-five (45) feet or three stories, whichever is lower.
3. 
Building materials and design of all facades visible to the public from adjacent properties, roadways, and private drives shall be of residential character complimentary to adjacent development, to include features such as real or faux pitched roofs, real or faux windows, and brick masonry, as directed by the Zoning Administrator and approved by the Design and Review Board.
4. 
All fences or perimeter walls utilized to screen and/or secure the facility shall be decorative in nature and complimentary in construction material to adjacent development as directed by the Zoning Administrator and approved by the Design and Review Board.
5. 
Landscaping shall be utilized as necessary to screen adjacent residential development from glare from vehicle headlights and security lights, as directed by the Zoning Administrator and approved by the Design and Review Board.
6. 
Public ingress/egress shall be limited to Fee Fee Road. Gated emergency access shall be permitted on Roger Williams Drive only as required by the Fire District.
7. 
Public access to the secured facility shall be limited to the hours of 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
2. 
Permitted Uses With Special Use Permit.
The following uses shall be permitted in this "B-5" Planned Commercial District only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 and shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
1. 
Appliance sales and service; radio, stereo system and/or television sales and service but not including automobile installations or service; sewing machine sales and service.
2. 
Auditorium; community center; stadium; youth center.
3. 
Reserved
4. 
Liquor store, packaged goods only.
5. 
Physical culture establishment, but not including a massage parlor.
6. 
Rental service establishment — except costume or formal wear; and except automobile rental, truck rental and motorcycle rental.
7. 
Reserved.
8. 
School — business, trade.
3. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Six thousand (6,000) square feet.
4. 
Minimum Building Setbacks.
Front yard — Fifteen (15) feet.
Side yard — Five (5) feet each side.
Rear yard — Twenty (20) feet.
5. 
Maximum Building Height.
Three (3) stories.
6. 
Site Coverage.
Minimum portion of lot that must be kept free of all development: five percent (5%).
7. 
Screening of Development From Adjacent Parcels in Any R-District.
A privacy fence shall be constructed across the rear of the property to screen the parking lot from condominium units.
8. 
Landscaping.
Areas of land not utilized for buildings or parking shall be landscaped with lawn, trees, flowers and shrubs.
9. 
Signage.
Any signage shall conform with the Sign Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances)
10. 
Parking and Loading.
All uses shall provide off-street parking and loading in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance of Bridgeton.
[Ord. No. 84-70, 10-10-1984; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 11-26 § 1, 5-18-2011]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used in this "B-5" District for other than the following use, except as provided in Sections 410.070 and 410.130(B)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance.
1. 
Office building.
2. 
Churches.
3. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
4. 
College/university.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Eight (8) acres.
3. 
Minimum Yard Requirements.
Front building setback
One hundred fifty (150) feet
Parking setback
Thirty (30) feet with berming
Side building setback
Fifty (50) feet
Rear building setback
Fifty (50) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Four (4) stories, not including the atrium.
5. 
Site Coverage.
Thirty-five percent (35%) of the site is to be free of development and appropriately landscaped.
6. 
Screening and Landscaping.
All portions of the premises not used for building and/or parking shall be landscaped with trees, shrubs and grass per a plan approved by the Design and Review Board.
Parking lots shall be landscaped in a manner that will breakup any visual appearance of a large expanse of pavement and/or parked cars.
7. 
Access.
The ingress and egress to the site shall be limited to the signalized entrance opposite Old St. Charles Road and one (1) additional entrance would be located along McKelvey Road with access limited to right-turn-in and right-turn-out movements only.
8. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
By a motion which was passed October 14, 1984, the Council granted the following variances in the off-street parking requirements for this development:
Minimum size of off-street parking space.
Nine (9) feet by nineteen (19) feet.
Minimum number of off-street parking
One (1) space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of floor area.
This development shall conform in all other respects to the off-street parking and loading requirements contained in Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
[Ord. No. 94-22, 4-6-1994; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-65 § 7, 11-4-2009; Ord. No. 13-02 § 2, 1-2-2013]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used for other than one (1) of the following uses provided all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
1. 
Art gallery and/or studio; library; museum.
2. 
Financial institution.
3. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
4. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
5. 
Drug store.
6. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pickup and/or self-service store.
7. 
Florist, but not including greenhouses.
8. 
Gift shop.
9. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops, provided that:
[Ord. No. 13-38 §§3 and 5, 9-4-2013]
a. 
There shall be a minimum lot area of two (2) acres.
b. 
The maximum area developed with buildings, off-street parking and loading areas and recreational facilities shall not exceed sixty percent (60%) of the lot area.
c. 
There shall be a minimum of fifty (50) foot green space adjacent on interior lot lines to property in any "R" District or occupied by dwelling units or mobile home parks which green space shall be bermed and landscaped so as to afford a visual screen between the lodging establishment development and the lot line.
10. 
Magazine and newsstand.
11. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
12. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
13. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings as defined in Section 410.030(B).
14. 
Luggage and leather goods, sales and repair.
15. 
Churches.
16. 
Vehicle service station.
17. 
Automobile parking.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Two (2) acres.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
Minimum front yard
Twenty-five (25) feet
Minimum rear yard
Twenty (20) feet
Minimum side yard
Twenty (20) feet
The above yard requirements apply unless otherwise listed for a particular use.
4. 
Maximum Heights.
MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT
three (3) stories (forty-five (45) feet) except where any development is within one hundred (100) feet of a residential district, in which case, it will be two (2) stories (thirty-five (35) feet), provided that all buildings must, if applicable, conform to the provisions of Sections 410.050(B)(1)(c) and 410.050(B)(1)(d) of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
5. 
Minimum Lot Developable.
Yard requirements shall be free of any accessory uses, off-street parking and landscaped with grass, trees, shrubs, mulched and reviewed by the Design and Review Board. Particular attention shall be paid to screening from adjacent parcels in any "R" District.
6. 
Landscaping.
Areas of the lot not considered a yard, used for off-street parking or building, shall be landscaped with shrubs, annual flowers and mulched.
[Ord. No. 96-38, 5-15-1996; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used in this "B-5" district for other than the following use, except as provided in Sections 410.070 and 410.130(B)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance.
1. 
Office.
2. 
Churches.
3. 
Restaurant, not including a fast-food restaurant; soda fountain; tea room, but not including the sale of alcoholic beverages.
4. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
One (1) acre.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
Minimum front yard
Thirty (30) feet
Minimum rear yard
Fifty (50) feet
Minimum side yard
Fifteen (15) feet
Parking setback
Thirty (30) feet
4. 
Maximum Heights.
Maximum building height — Four (4) stories.
5. 
Minimum Lot Developable.
Twenty-five percent (25%) of the site is to be free of development and appropriately landscaped.
6. 
Landscaping.
All portions of the premises not used for building and/or parking shall be landscaped with trees, shrubs and grass per plan approved by the Design and Review Board.
7. 
Access.
One (1) entrance will be located along McKelvey Road permitting left turn in and out of site.
8. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
Off-street parking and loading to comply with Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
[Ord. No. 04-52 §§ 1—2, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used in this "B-5" planned district for other than one (1) of the following uses:
[Ord. No. 19-04, 4-3-2019]
1. 
Office: Business and Professional Office.
2. 
Church.
3. 
College/University.
4. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
5. 
Housing facility for the temporary stay of persons customarily unrelated but associated with an educational, religious, charitable or service institution and accessory to an office, church or college/university operated by such educational, religious, charitable or service institution on the same lot, provided that:
a. 
The facility shall not be used as a homeless emergency center, homeless service center, or homeless support center, as defined in the Zoning Ordinance;
b. 
The facility shall not be used as a lodging establishment or extended stay lodging establishment, as defined in the Zoning Ordinance;
c. 
The facility may include a common cooking facility, but individual sleeping rooms shall not include cooking facilities;
d. 
No more than eight thousand (8,000) square feet of the building(s) located in such planned district shall be used for housing;
e. 
No person may spend more than ten (10) consecutive nights in such housing facility.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Two (2) acres (does not include future right-of-way taking).
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements (does not include future right-of-way taking):
Building Setbacks:
North
Thirty (30) feet
South
Fifty (50) feet
East
Thirty (30) feet
West
Fifty (50) feet
Parking Setbacks:
North
Five (5) feet
South
Thirty (30) feet
East
Fifteen (15) feet
West
Thirty (30) feet
4. 
Maximum Building.
Sixteen thousand (16,000) gross square feet.
[Ord. No. 19-04, 4-3-2019]
5. 
Maximum Heights.
Maximum building height — One (1) story or thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Minimum Lot Developable.
Twenty-five percent (25%) of the site is to be free of development and appropriately landscaped.
7. 
Landscaping.
All portions of the premises not used for building and/or parking shall be landscaped with trees, shrubs and grass. In addition, the areas adjacent to the western and southern property lines shall be landscaped in a manner to provide sufficient screening from the adjacent residential uses, in order to achieve sufficient screening, a fifteen (15) foot wide buffer shall be maintained within these locations with primary plantings to consist of evergreen trees, with deciduous trees, flowering/ornamental trees, and shrubs to be incorporated into the buffer area. In order to provide the maximum amount of screening, the buffer area shall be planted with a minimum of one (1) evergreen tree for every twenty (20) lineal feet, one (1) deciduous or flowering/ornamental tree every fifty (50) feet, and shrubs incorporated where possible. Trees are not required to be spaced evenly, but placed in a manner that provides effective screening and softens the visual impact of development on adjacent residential uses. A landscaping plan shall be submitted to the Department of Public Works for review and approval prior to the issuance of any building permits.
[Ord. No. 19-04, 4-3-2019]
8. 
Access.
One (1) entrance will be located along Fee Fee Road permitting right turn in, right turn out, left turn in and left turn out of site. No access allowed on Raymond Avenue.
9. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
Off-street parking and loading to comply with Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
[Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 04-64 §§ 1—2, 12-15-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 07-04 § 1, 1-17-2007; Ord. No. 08-52 § 1, 9-17-2008; Ord. No. 09-65 § 7, 11-4-2009]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used for other than one (1) of the following uses provided all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
1. 
Art Gallery and/or studio; library; museum.
2. 
Financial institution.
3. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
4. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
5. 
Drug store.
6. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pick-up and/or self-service store.
7. 
Florist, but not including greenhouses.
8. 
Gift shop.
9. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops, provided that:
[Ord. No. 13-38 §§3 and 5, 9-4-2013]
a. 
There shall be a minimum lot area of one (1) acre.
b. 
There shall be a minimum of fifty (50) foot green space adjacent on interior lot lines to property in any R-District or occupied by dwelling units or mobile home parks which green space shall be bermed and landscaped so as to afford a visual screen between the lodging establishment development and the lot line.
10. 
Magazine and newsstand.
11. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
12. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
13. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings as defined in Section 410.030 (C).
14. 
Luggage and leather goods, sales and repair.
15. 
Churches.
16. 
Multi-family residential uses limited to no more than four (4) units on the property.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
One (1) acre.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
Minimum front yard
Fifteen (15) feet
Minimum rear yard
Ten (10) feet
Minimum side yard
Five (5) feet
The above yard requirements apply unless otherwise listed for a particular use.
4. 
Maximum Heights.
Maximum building height — four (4) stories (fifty-five (55) feet) except where any development is within one hundred (100) feet of a residential district, in which case, it will be two (2) stories (thirty-five (35) feet), provided that all buildings must, if applicable, conform to the provisions of Section 410.050(B)(1)(c) and Section 410.050(B)(1)(d).
5. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
As covered in Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance.
6. 
Sign Regulations.
As covered in the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Municipal Code).
7. 
Performance Standards.
This district will conform to all the performance and standard controls in the City of Bridgeton, County of St. Louis, State of Missouri.
[Ord. No. 05-14 § 1, 3-16-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 06-15 § 1, 4-5-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses.
Zero Lot-Line Houses; Attached single-family residences; row houses and permitted accessory use as buildings as defined in Section 410.030(C).
2. 
Density.
Maximum of sixty-two (62) units for the entire site.
3. 
Setbacks.
Front yard
Twenty (20) foot minimum
Side yard
Six (6) foot minimum (Zero lot lines for attached buildings.)
Rear yard
Fifteen (15) foot minimum
4. 
Parking.
Minimum residential parking; two (2) garage spaces per unit plus two (2) driveway spaces.
5. 
Sanitary and Stormwater Sewer.
The development shall comply with Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District standards and Section 400.290(D) of the Subdivision Ordinance. All storm and sanitary sewers shall be public.
6. 
Landscaping.
No street trees in right-of-way. Landscaping shall comply with Section 400.350 of the Subdivision Ordinance. The developer may, at its option but with no obligation, install a perimeter landscape buffer around the entire site. This landscaping shall consist of a mix of deciduous trees, coniferous trees, shrubs and mulch. This buffer also may include a site proof fence constructed of a vinyl material and may be up to a height of six (6) feet. The landscaping and fencing, if installed, shall be situated in an easement located along the rear and side yards of the perimeter lots.
7. 
Fencing.
No fences or screening of any kind shall be erected or maintained on any lot; except as stated above under landscaping and; except for one (1) section of privacy fence, ten (10) feet long and six (6) feet high, in white vinyl only, to be on the lot line attached to the single-family dwellings at the party wall. This section of fence must be attached to the rear of the residence and must be kept in good repair with the cost of any maintenance to be born equally by the adjoining owners. These provisions shall also be provided for in the indentures. The Board of Adjustment of the City of Bridgeton shall not grant any variances to the contrary of the above provisions.
8. 
Streets.
Fifty (50) foot right-of-way with twenty-six (26) foot of pavement.
All streets will be public.
All streets shall conform to Subdivisions Regulations, Section 400.260.
Sidewalks will be on both sides of street.
Cul-de-sacs may have landscaped island.
No grated inlets across public streets.
9. 
Access.
Right in and right out only on Lindbergh Boulevard with required distance as approved by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).
10. 
Minimum Lot Size.
All lots shall be a minimum of four thousand (4,000) square feet.
All lots shall be a minimum of forty (40) feet wide at the building line.
11. 
Trust Indentures.
Indentures shall be prepared by developer in conformance with applicable ordinances of the City of Bridgeton and the Laws of the State of Missouri. Said indentures shall make provisions for assessments and shall define specific trustee obligations.
12. 
Entrance Monuments.
Maximum of two (2) subdivision identification monuments.
[Ord. No. 08-47 §§ 1-3, 9-3-2008; Ord. No. 09-65 § 7, 11-4-2009]
1. 
Permitted Uses.
No building, structure or land shall be erected, altered, enlarged or used for other than one (1) of the following uses provided all such uses shall be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
1. 
Those permitted land uses in the "B-2" Community Business District.
[Ord. No. 15-03 §1, 1-21-2015]
2. 
Those permitted land uses listed in the "B-2" Community Business District that require a special use permit shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit.
[Ord. No. 15-03 §1, 1-21-2015[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: Pursuant to Subsection 1 of Ord. No. 15-03, former Subsections (1)(1) through (1)(15) were redesignated as Subsections (1)(3) through (1)(17), respectively.
3. 
Art gallery and/or studio; library; museum.
4. 
Financial institution.
5. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
6. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
7. 
Drug store.
8. 
Dry cleaning and/or laundry pick-up and/or self-service store.
9. 
Florist, but not including greenhouses.
10. 
Gift shop.
11. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms, and retail shops, provided that:
[Ord. No. 13-38 §3, 9-4-2013]
a. 
There shall be a minimum lot area of one and a half (1.5) acres;
b. 
The maximum area developed with buildings, off-street parking and loading area and recreational facilities shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the lot area; and
c. 
There shall be a minimum of ten (10) feet horizontal green space and a minimum six (6) foot high visual screen between the proposed development and the adjacent property. Vertical screening may include an earthen berm, retaining wall, sloped landscaped area, and/or fence. Retaining walls and fences shall be decorative. Fences shall conform to the requirements of Section 5.10 (Section 410.050 (J) of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance. The green space shall be landscaped per plan as approved by the Design and Review Board in accordance with Chapter 500 of the Bridgeton Municipal Code. All landscaped area, retaining wall, and fence shall be maintained in good condition.
12. 
Magazine and newsstand.
13. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
14. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
15. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings as defined in Section 3.2 (Section 410.030 (C)).
16. 
Luggage and leather goods, sales and repair.
17. 
Churches.
2. 
Minimum Lot Area.
Minimum lot area: One and a half (1.5) acres.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
The following setbacks will be maintained from all buildings to the nearest adjacent property line:
Minimum front yard:
Fifteen (15) feet
Minimum rear yard:
Twenty (20) feet
Minimum side yard:
Five (5) feet
4. 
Maximum Height.
Maximum building height:
Three (3) stories or forty five (45) feet except as provided in Section 5 (Section 410.050) of the Zoning Ordinance.
5. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
As covered in Section 11 (Section 410.110) of the Zoning Ordinance.
6. 
Sign Regulations.
As covered in the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Municipal Code).
[Ord. No. 10-25, 6-16-2010; Ord. No. 11-01, 1-5-2011]
1. 
TERMS, CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS AND SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
1. 
Definitions. All terms contained herein and not defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to them in Section 410.030 of the Zoning Ordinance.
2. 
Rules. In the construction of these terms, conditions, restrictions and specific requirements, the rules of construction contained in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance shall apply.
3. 
Continued Applicability. The provisions of the Zoning Ordinance which apply to the "B-2" Community Business District (including, but not limited to, those provisions relating to minimum lot size, minimum front, rear and side yard requirements, maximum building heights, minimum portion of the lot that must be kept free of all development, screening of development and landscaping) and the provisions of general applicability in the Zoning Ordinance shall apply to this "B-5" Planned Commercial District ("this "B-5" District"), except as follows:
a. 
Permitted land uses. The following are permitted land uses within this "B-5" District:
i. 
All permitted land uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses" in the "B-2" Community Business District (including drive-thrus which are accessory to the primary permitted use), but only to the extent the primary business of such "permitted land use" is the conduct of "sales at retail" as defined in Section 144.010.1(10), RSMo., provided however, that the foregoing provision restricting the primary business of such "permitted land use" to the conduct of "sales at retail" as defined in Section 144.010.1(10), RSMo., shall not apply to the office parcel; and
ii. 
The outdoor display and/or sale of merchandise in the locations identified on the site plan.
b. 
Permitted land uses with a special use permit.
[Ord. No. 17-29 § 1, 11-1-2017]
i. 
All uses designated as "permitted land uses with a special use permit" in the "B-2" Community Business District, except for uses designated as a "permitted land use" pursuant to Section (3)(a) above;
ii. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops, provided that:
(1) 
The maximum height of structure requirements shall be as follows:
Maximum Height of Structures1
In feet
50
In stories
4
1 Either feet or stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Zoning Ordinance.
c. 
Fences. With respect to the construction, development, use and operation of land within this "B-5" District, the requirements of Section 410.050(J) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District by deleting Section 410.050(J)(3) thereof in its entirety and inserting the following in lieu thereof:
"Section 410.050(J)(3) Open and closed fences, not exceeding eight and one-half (8 1/2) feet in height, including any permitted barbed wire, may be located in the rear and side yards in the "B-5" District. Open and closed fences not exceeding fourteen (14) feet in height may be located in the front yard of the "B-5" District in the location depicted on the site plan."
d. 
Parking space size. With respect to the construction, development, use and operation of land within this "B-5" District, the requirements of Section 410.110(C) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District by deleting the Parking Table and Design Criteria contained therein and inserting the Parking Table and Design Criteria attached hereto as Schedule 1; and the requirements of Section 410.110(E)(2) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District by deleting Section 410.110(E)(2)(a) thereof in its entirety and inserting the following in lieu thereof:
"Section 410.110(E)(2)(a) Any off-street parking space for a full-size automobile shall be a minimum of nine (9) feet six (6) inches wide by eighteen (18) feet deep in size, exclusive of aisles and driveways."
e. 
Non-building setbacks. With respect to the construction, development, use and operation of land within this "B-5" District, the requirements of Section 410.130(B) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District to provide that a five (5) foot minimum front yard setback shall apply with respect to parking spaces and aisles (the fifteen (15) foot minimum front yard setback shall apply with respect to buildings and structures other than retaining walls) and the requirements of Section 410.110(E)(3) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District by deleting Section 410.110(E)(3)(a) thereof in its entirety and inserting the following in lieu thereof:
"Section 410.110(E)(3)(a) Except for access driveways providing connection to the street, no portion of any off-street parking facility or off-street loading area shall be located closer to any street right-of-way lines than five (5) feet. There shall be no setback requirement with respect to any retaining wall, fence, or hedge with respect to any street right-of-way lines."
f. 
Loading spaces. With respect to the construction, development, use and operation of land within this "B-5" District, the requirements of Section 410.110(D) are hereby modified so that they do not apply to this District and, instead, are replaced the following:
"Section 410.110(D) Off-Street Loading Requirements. The requirements with respect to the minimum number of off-street loading spaces in the "B-5" District are as follows:
1. 
Offices and Personal or Community Service Establishments. One (1) loading space shall be provided on the same property for each such use having greater than six thousand (6,000) square feet of floor area. Such uses include, but are not limited to, schools, administrative or professional offices, medical or dental offices, indoor recreation facilities, and places of public assembly.
2. 
Apartment dwellings. Any building containing more than fifty (50) dwelling units shall provide, on the same property, one (1) loading space for every two hundred (200) units or fraction thereof.
3. 
Business, Commercial or Industrial Uses. Every building containing over three thousand (3,000) square feet of floor area designed or adaptable for retail business purposes, or manufacturing, warehouse (other than self-service storage), or wholesale uses shall be provided with loading spaces on the same property in accordance with the following schedule:
Floor Area
Loading Spaces Required
3,001 to 15,000 square feet
1
15,001 to 50,000 square feet
2
50,001 to 100,000 square feet
3
each additional 100,000 square feet or fraction thereof
1
g. 
Off-street parking requirements. With respect to any bank and business, professional or governmental office use located on the office parcel, one (1) parking space for each three hundred (300) square feet of floor area shall be required and the provisions of Section 410.110(C)(1)(n) of the Zoning Ordinance shall not apply.
SCHEDULE 1
PARKING TABLE AND DESIGN CRITERIA
A
B
C
D
F
A
B
C
D
F
60 deg.
9.5 ft
18 ft
20 ft
58 ft
90 deg.
9.5 ft
18 ft
25 ft
61 ft
Title IV-I-1.tif
Title IV-I-2.tif
A—Parking angle
B—Stall width
C—Stall to face of curb (FOC)
D—Aisle width
E—N/A
F—FOC to FOC or center of aisle to center of aisle
G—N/A
A—Parking angle
B—Stall width
C—Stall to face of curb (FOC)
D—Aisle width
E—N/A
F—FOC to FOC or center of aisle to center of aisle
G—N/A
[Ord. No. 11-02, 1-5-2011]
1. 
TERMS, CONDITIONS. RESTRICTIONS AND SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS.
1. 
Definitions. All terms contained herein and not defined herein shall have the meanings ascribed to them in Section 410.030 of the Zoning Ordinance.
2. 
Rules. In the construction of these terms, conditions, restrictions and specific requirements, the rules of construction contained in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance shall apply.
3. 
Continued applicability. The provisions of the Zoning Ordinance which apply to the "B-2" Community Business District (including, but not limited to, those provisions relating to minimum lot size, minimum front, rear and side yard requirements, maximum building heights, minimum portion of the lot that must be kept free of all development, screening of development and landscaping) and the provisions of general applicability in the Zoning Ordinance shall apply to this "B-5" Planned Commercial District ("this "B-5" District"), except as follows:
a. 
Permitted land uses. The following are permitted land uses within this "B-5" District: All permitted land uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses" in the "B-2" Community Business District (including drive-thrus which are accessory to the primary permitted use).
b. 
Permitted land uses with a special use permit. The following uses shall be permitted in this "B-5" District only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080: all uses, designated as "permitted land uses with a special use permit" in the "B-2" Community Business District.
c. 
Non-building setbacks. With respect to the construction, development, use and operation of land within this "B-5" District, the requirements of Section 410.130(B) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District to provide that a five (5) foot minimum front yard setback shall apply with respect to parking spaces and aisles (the fifteen (15) foot minimum front yard setback shall apply with respect to buildings and structures other than retaining walls) and the requirements of Section 410.110(E)(3) are hereby modified as they pertain to this District by deleting Section 410.110(E)(3)(a) thereof in its entirety and inserting the following in lieu thereof:
"Section 410.110(E)(3)(a) Except for access driveways providing connection to the street, no portion of any off-street parking facility or off-street loading area shall be located closer to any street right-of-way lines than five (5) feet. There shall be no setback requirement with respect to any retaining wall, fence, or hedge with respect to any street right-of-way lines."
[Ord. No. 13-14 § 2, 3-6-2013]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
The following are permitted uses of land within this "B-5" District.
1. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops, provided that:
[Ord. No. 13-38 §3, 9-4-2013]
a. 
There shall be a minimum planned district area of two (2) acres.
b. 
The maximum area developed with buildings, off-street parking and loading areas and recreational facilities shall not exceed sixty percent (60%) of the planned district area; and
2. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
3. 
Restaurant, fast-food restaurant; banquet hall; soda fountain; tea room.
2. 
Setback and Height Requirements.
All building setbacks shall be as delineated on the plan on file in the City offices dated December 12, 2012. The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
3. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All uses shall provide off-street parking and loading in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110, Off-Street Parking and Loading, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
4. 
Signage.
All permanent signage shall conform to the provisions of Chapter 515, Street Graphics, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
5. 
Landscaping.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant materials to include grass, trees, flowers and shrubs.
6. 
Permitted Land Use With A Special Use Permit.
[Ord. No. 17-09 § 1, 3-15-2017]
a. 
Mutiple-family dwelling units.
[Ord. No. 14-06 §2, 3-19-2014]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
The following are permitted uses of land within this "B-5" District:
1. 
Automobile service station (including accessory convenience retail store not exceeding eleven thousand (11,000) square feet in floor area) to include the sale of intoxicating liquor.
2. 
Two restaurants/fast-food restaurants.
3. 
Retail truck tire service establishment, provided all tires, including new, used, and waste, are fully screened from public view.
4. 
Mini warehouse storage facility.
2. 
Setback and Height Requirements.
All building setbacks shall be as delineated on the plan on file in the City offices dated December 12, 2012. The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
3. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All uses shall provide off-street parking and loading in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110. Off-Street Parking and Loading, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
4. 
Signage.
All permanent signage shall conform to the provisions of Chapter 515, Street Graphics, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
5. 
Landscaping.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant materials to include grass, trees, flowers and shrubs.
6. 
Lighting.
All outdoor light fixtures, except for lamps of one hundred fifty (150) watts or less (or an equivalent rating), shall be shielded or constructed so that no light rays are emitted by the installed fixture at angles above the horizontal plane passing through the lowest point of the fixture from which the light is emitted as certified by a photometric test report. Lamps of one hundred fifty (150) watts or less (or an equivalent rating) shall be shielded or constructed so that the lower edge of the shield is at or below the center line of the light source or lamp so as to minimize light emissions above the horizontal plane.
The height of all light standards shall be reviewed by the City of Bridgeton Design and Review Board for compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood.
7. 
Fencing.
Fencing shall be limited to the approximate locations and maximum heights depicted on the preliminary site plan.
All fencing shall be reviewed by the City of Bridgeton Design and Review Board for compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood, provided all fencing visible from Missouri Bottom Road and Ferguson Lane is constructed of a decorative material to exclude chain-link and barbwire. Electrified fences shall be prohibited.
8. 
Bicycle Facilities.
Bicycle racks/stands, to accommodate a minimum of eight (8) bikes, shall be provided proximal to the entrances to the proposed convenience store and restaurants.
[Ord. No. 14-10 §2, 5-7-2014]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
The following are permitted uses of land within this "B-5" District:
1. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
2. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings as defined in Section 410.030(B).
2. 
Setback and Height Requirements.
All building setbacks shall be as delineated on the plan on file in the City offices dated April 30, 2014. The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be those required by the "B-3" travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
3. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All uses shall provide off-street parking and loading and shall be as delineated on the site plan attached hereto.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Said site plan is on file in the City offices.
4. 
Signage.
All permanent signage shall conform to the provisions of Chapter 515, Street Graphics, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
5. 
Landscaping and Screening.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant materials to include grass, trees, flowers and shrubs. The fencing shall be as delineated on the site plan attached hereto.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Said site plan is on file in the City offices.
[Ord. No. 16-25 §2, 8-17-2016]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
Those uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses" in the "B-2" Community Business District.
b. 
Physical culture establishments, including health and fitness centers, but not including massage parlors.
c. 
Liquor store, packaged goods only.
d. 
Outdoor dining provided that:
(1) 
Any outdoor dining area shall be enclosed by a decorative fence, as directed by the Planning and Economic Development Administrator, to separate patrons utilizing the patio from vehicular traffic;
(2) 
No amplified music shall be permitted except as authorized by a Special Events Permit.
e. 
A maximum of one (1) automobile service station and/or gas station with convenience store provided that:
(1) 
Not more than two (2) such stations are located at any four-way intersection nor more than one (1) at any intersection which is less than four-way;
(2) 
No entrance or exit for vehicles shall be located within two hundred (200) feet along the same side of a street of any school, public playground, church, hospital, public library or institutional facility for dependents or for children, except where such property is in another block or on another street which the lot in question does not abut;
(3) 
No pump islands and associated service aprons or drives are located within ten (10) feet of any street lot line or within twenty (20) feet of any "R" District; and
(4) 
The entire service station complex is visually screened from adjacent property in any "R" District.
f. 
Medical or dental clinics, urgent care or similar medical use.
2. 
Permitted Land Uses with a Special Use Permit.
a. 
All other uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses with a special use permit" in the "B-2" Community Business District shall require a special use permit in this "B-5" Planned Commercial District.
3. 
Lot Area and Yard Requirements.
a. 
Minimum lot size shall be as required within the "B-2" Community Business District per Section 410.130.
b. 
Minimum rear and side yards setbacks shall be as required within the "B-2" Community Business District per Section 410.130; provided, however, there shall be no setback requirements along internal boundary lines.
c. 
Minimum front yard setbacks shall be ten (10) feet; provided, however, there shall be no setback requirements along internal boundary lines.
4. 
Maximum Height of Structures.
a. 
Building heights shall be as required within the "B-2" Community Business District per Section 410.130.
5. 
Open Space and Landscaping.
a. 
At least twenty percent (20%) of the district must be kept free of development and be appropriately landscaped. Said undeveloped area may include designated storm water facilities and open creeks; and
b. 
All areas not utilized for buildings, driveways, off-street parking, or other improvements shall be landscaped with a variety of materials including, but not limited to grasses, trees, shrubs, and flowers.
6. 
Off-street parking and Loading.
a. 
All uses in the planned commercial district shall share parking facilities, and shall meet the off-street parking and loading requirements contained in Section 410.110; provided that the number of required parking spaces and the number of parking spaces provided shall be calculated on a district-wide basis.
[Ord. No. 16-33 §2, 10-5-2016]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
Lodging establishments, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops;
b. 
Motor vehicle parking field and/or multi-story parking structure not to exceed three (3) levels above grade;
c. 
Motor vehicle rental service establishments provided all vehicles are stored within or atop the multi-story parking structure;
d. 
Restaurants, including an outdoor area for consumption of food and beverage; fast-food restaurant, including an outdoor area for consumption of food and beverage; soda fountain; tea room; tavern or saloon, not including dance hall or discotheque;
e. 
Retail shops;
f. 
Professional office buildings; and
g. 
A maximum of one (1) movie theater (multiple screens).
h. 
General executive and administrative offices with associated engineering functions, electronic laboratories, installation of electronic and other equipment on vehicles and servicing of vehicles, and outside storage of vehicles and containers for related equipment.
[Ord. No. 18-22, 8-15-2018]
2. 
Permitted Land Uses With Special Use Permit.
a. 
A maximum of one (1) automobile service station including accessory convenience store.
3. 
Minimum Lot Size.
The minimum lot size shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
4. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
The minimum yard requirements shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
5. 
Maximum Building Heights.
The maximum building heights shall be those required by the "B-3" Travel/Entertainment Services District per the provisions of Section 410.130, Business Districts, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code, except as noted herein.
6. 
Landscaping and Screening.
[Ord. No. 18-22, 8-15-2018]
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading or service areas shall be landscaped with plant materials to include grass, trees, flowers and shrubs. Particular attention shall be paid to screening from adjacent parcels in any "R" District to minimize and/or break up the visual massiveness of any structures. In addition, a landscaped buffer, no less than thirty (30) feet in width, shall be required along the southwestern property line of 4545 North Lindbergh Boulevard when adjacent to properties zoned for residential use. Said buffer shall be planted with a mix of evergreen trees, deciduous trees, and shrubs. Existing trees may remain and be incorporated into the buffer area. The number of trees in the buffer shall maintain a minimum of one (1) tree for every twenty (20) lineal feet of common property line, but may be planted in clusters, rather than spaced evenly, as approved by City staff. Berms may be required as necessary to provide appropriate screening. A fence with a minimum height of six (6) feet shall be installed within the buffer area. Prior to any redevelopment, a landscaping plan shall be submitted to City staff for final review and approval prior to any site disturbance or building permits being issued.
7. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All uses shall meet the off-street parking and loading requirements contained in Section 410.110, Off-Street Parking and Loading, of the Bridgeton Municipal Code.
[Ord. No. 17-25 § 2, 9-20-2017]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
Those uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses" in the "B-2" Community Business District.
b. 
Physical culture establishments, including health and fitness centers, but not including massage parlors.
c. 
Medical or dental clinic, urgent care or similar medical use.
d. 
Self-service storage facility, provided that:
(1) 
All individual storage units shall be contained within one building;
(2) 
The facility can include ancillary offices;
(3) 
Except as specified in Subsection (1)(d)(4) below, there shall be no direct exterior public access to individual storage units but, rather, access to individual storage units shall be provided from inside the building;
(4) 
The northern (rear) facade of the building, adjacent to the service drive as depicted on the site plan attached hereto[1], may be permitted to include storage units with direct exterior access, so long as sufficient screening utilizing landscaping and/or appropriate fencing is provided along the northern property line to screen the storage facility from adjacent residentially zoned property and provided that such northern (rear) units may not be accessed from the exterior between the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M. All landscaping and/or fencing shall be approved by the City; and
[1]
Editor's Note: Said site plan is on file in the City offices.
(5) 
Outdoor storage, repair, maintenance, etc., of vehicles, boats, trailers, or other equipment shall not be permitted.
e. 
Church;
f. 
Auditorium;
g. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office and/or call center;
h. 
Restaurants, including fast-food restaurants with drive-through and/or outdoor dining, provided that:
(1) 
Outdoor patio areas shall be enclosed by a decorative fence, as directed by the Zoning Administrator, to separate patrons utilizing the patio from vehicular traffic conflicts;
(2) 
No amplified music shall be permitted except as authorized by a special events permit.
2. 
Permitted Land Uses with a Special Use Permit.
All other uses listed or referenced as "permitted land uses with a special use permit" in the "B-2" Community Business District shall require a special use permit in this "B-5" Planned Commercial District.
3. 
Minimum Lot Sizes.
The minimum lot size shall be as required by the "B-2" Community Business District (6,000 square feet).
4. 
Setbacks.
The setbacks shall not be less than those required by the "B-2" Community Business District.
5. 
Maximum Building Height.
The maximum building height shall be as required by the "B-2" Community Business District.
6. 
Site Coverage.
The maximum site coverage shall be as required by the "B-2" Community Business District.
7. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All uses shall provide off-street parking and loading in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 (Off-Street Parking and Loading) of the Bridgeton Municipal Code; however, common or shared parking is permissible for purposes of meeting the requisite number of parking spaces for any use.
8. 
Landscaping.
All areas not used for buildings, driveways, parking facilities and other improvements and loading/unloading areas shall be landscaped with plant materials to include grass, trees, flowers and shrubs.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, any lawfully established use of a building or land that does not conform to the foregoing shall be deemed to be a legal non-conforming use and may be continued, except as otherwise provided in the City's Zoning Ordinance. Moreover, any legal non-conforming building or structure may be continued in use, provided there is no physical change other than necessary maintenance and repair, except as otherwise permitted in the City's Zoning Ordinance.