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. 75-78, 8-6-1975; Ord. No. 83-37, 6-1-1983; Ord. No. 95-90, 12-6-1995; Ord. No. 00-47, 5-17-2000; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 12-40 § 6, 6-20-2012]
1. 
The following uses of land will be permitted in said Planned Manufacturing District:
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
c. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
d. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
e. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, and data processing equipment.
f. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
g. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
h. 
Warehousing of durable goods.
i. 
Family entertainment center including, but not limited to:
1. 
Video arcades (located within a building).
2. 
Miniature golf course.
3. 
Bumper boats.
4. 
Indoor and outdoor in-line skating facility.
5. 
Batting cages.
6. 
Go-karts and go-kart tracks.
7. 
Fishing lakes.
8. 
Party rooms.
9. 
Food courts.
10. 
Amusement rides, and other family entertainment activities.
11. 
Any additional use similar in concept and scale to those defined under family entertainment be permitted.
j. 
Financial institutions.
k. 
With Special Use Permit. Hospitals, clinics, medical centers, intermediate care facility, residential care facility, skilled nursing facility, public or private recreational buildings, Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility, Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
l. 
Churches.
m. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
n. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
o. 
Medical Marijuana Testing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
The following regulations and requirements are hereby established for said Planned Manufacturing District:
a. 
Minimum lot size. Twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet.
b. 
Building setback.
Front
Twenty-five (25) feet
Side
Ten (10) feet
Rear
Thirty (30) feet
c. 
Maximum building height. Two (2) stories (thirty-five (35) feet).
d. 
Site coverage. The maximum area which may be developed for buildings and parking and loading area shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of each lot area. The remaining twenty percent (20%) of lot area shall be retained as open space landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs. The area of any required green belt may be included in the calculation of this open space.
e. 
Green belts.
1. 
When the front yard of a lot adjoins or is located across a street from a residential zoning district, it shall be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs and may not be used for off-street parking.
2. 
When the side or rear yard directly adjoins or is located across a street from a residential zoning district, a twenty-five (25) feet wide landscaped green belt shall be established. It shall include a continuous visual screen consisting of compact evergreen hedging or foliage of a minimum height of six (6) feet to be planted along the inner side of the green belt.
f. 
Landscaping. All landscaping shall be maintained in a healthy growing condition and shall be neat and orderly in appearance.
g. 
Lighting. All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential areas.
h. 
Existing residences. Existing residential units may not be converted into uses permitted in this district.
i. 
Other screening. All trash containers placed outside buildings shall be effectively screened from view by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing.
j. 
Access. Whenever possible, access to developed sites shall be provided directly or indirectly from Hollenberg Drive.
All other procedures, regulations and requirements pertaining to Planned Manufacturing Districts contained in Section 410.090 of the Zoning Ordinance, at the time of the effective date of this Chapter shall apply to this Planned Manufacturing District.
[Ord. No. 81-90, 12-16-1981; Ord. No. 83-36, 6-1-1983; Ord. No. 85-50, 7-17-1985; Ord. No. 92-60, 9-16-1992; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 12-40 § 7, 6-20-2012]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
The following regulations and restrictions on the land shall apply in this "M-3" Planned Manufacturing District.
1. 
Art galleries, libraries and museums.
2. 
Assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, data processing equipment, bicycles.
3. 
Auditorium or gymnasium for public and private events. (This activity to be limited to the existing former Pattonville Elementary School building.)
4. 
Business and/or professional offices.
5. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
6. 
Hospitals, clinics, medical center, intermediate care facilities, residential care facilities, skilled nursing facilities, medical laboratories.
7. 
Machine shops and metal products manufacturing when not equipped with heavy (exceeding fifty (50) ton pressure) punch presses, drop forges, riveting and grinding machines or any other equipment which may create noise, vibration, smoke, odors, heat, glare or fire hazards exceeding the performance standards made a part of this Chapter.
8. 
Manufacture and assembly, including incidental sales of the following:
a. 
Medical and dental equipment.
b. 
Drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks and other precision instruments.
c. 
Toys, games, musical instruments and jewelry.
d. 
Plastic products, but not including the processing of the raw material.
e. 
Small rubber products such as washers, gloves, footwear, bathing caps, but excluding rubber and synthetic rubber processing.
9. 
Manufacturing and wholesale distribution, including incidental sales of the following:
a. 
Apparel and other products manufactured from textiles.
b. 
Glass products from previously manufactured glass.
c. 
Heating appliances and sheet metal products including stoves and ranges.
d. 
Sporting and athletic equipment.
e. 
Tools and hardware, such as hand tools, nuts, bolts, cutlery, household hardware, locks and plumbing appliances.
10. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing and blueprinting.
11. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
12. 
Schools — music, dance, business, professional, nursery, but excluding the following: auto mechanics and auto body; welding; machine shop technology; diesel mechanics; industrial equipment repair; air conditioning and heating; refrigeration; door and lock maintenance; building system repair and electrical.
13. 
Sale and repair of business equipment and photographic equipment.
14. 
Storage of household goods excluding mini and self-storage buildings and outdoor storage.
15. 
Tool and die shops.
16. 
Warehousing of durable goods within a building.
17. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
18. 
Food catering and the use of the kitchen and cafeteria for parties and banquets in Pattonville School building only (limit number of buses to not more than two (2) buses per day that will utilize the service of this facility).
19. 
Financial Institutions.
20. 
Automobile sales.
a) 
The hours of the sale be limited to 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Saturday only.
b) 
The sale be limited to one (1) day only.
c) 
The sale be limited to automobiles only — no other merchandise sold.
d) 
The automobiles for sale be located on the premises for a period not to exceed forty-eight (48) hours.
e) 
Signage of any kind advertising the sale of automobiles be prohibited.
f) 
The sale of automobiles not be held within thirty (30) feet from any residential property.
g) 
The number of automobiles for sale on the lot not to exceed seventy-five (75).
h) 
The use of public address systems to be prohibited.
i) 
The sale of automobiles be limited to no more than one (1) time in a calendar year; notification to be given to the City one (1) month in advance of the event.
j) 
Temporary signs are to be erected at each exit indicating left turn only for test vehicles.
21. 
Swap meet.
a) 
The hours of the swap meet be limited to 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. on Saturday only.
b) 
The swap meet be limited to one (1) day only.
c) 
The swap meet be limited to motor vehicles and boats only — no other merchandise sold.
d) 
Motor vehicles and boats for sale be located on the premises of 4020 Fee Fee Road, not to exceed twenty-four (24) hours.
e) 
Signage of any kind advertising the swap meet will be prohibited.
f) 
The swap meet will not take place within thirty (30) feet from any residential property.
g) 
The number of motor vehicles and boats for sale at the swap meet not to exceed seventy-five (75).
h) 
The use of public address systems to be prohibited.
i) 
The sale of motor vehicles and boats at the swap meet will be limited to no more than one (1) time in a calendar year; notification to be given to the City one (1) month in advance of the event.
j) 
Temporary signs are to be erected at each exit indicating left turn only for test vehicles.
22. 
Churches.
23. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
One (1) acre.
3. 
Minimum Building Setbacks.
Front yard
Twenty-five (25) feet
Side yard
Ten (10) feet
Rear yard
Thirty (30) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Three (3) stories or fifty (50) feet.
5. 
Site Coverage.
Maximum area which may be developed for buildings and parking and loading areas shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the lot area. The remainder of the lot area shall be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs maintained in a healthy and growing conditions and in a neat and orderly appearance.
6. 
Green Belt.
There shall be a minimum thirty (30) foot building and parking setback from areas zoned residential which shall contain a continuous visual screen consisting of compact evergreen hedging or foliage of a minimum height of six (6) feet to be planted along the inner side of the green belt area.
7. 
Lighting.
All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential area.
8. 
Trash Containers.
All trash containers placed outside buildings shall be effectively screened from visibility by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing.
9. 
Performance Standards.
All uses shall conform to the performance standards contained in Section 410.140(B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance.
10. 
Signs.
Any signage shall conform with the Sign Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton City Code of Ordinances)
11. 
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.
[Ord. No. 82-13, 3-4-1982; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
1. 
Air conditioning, heating, plumbing and roofing supply and service establishments.
2. 
Airports, including aircraft control facilities, conforming to applicable Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
3. 
Automobile parking lots and garages.
4. 
Automobile repair, major and minor.
5. 
Contractor's offices, shops and outdoor storage yards; shops and yards for maintenance and operating equipment and materials for public agencies and public utilities.
6. 
Food catering establishments.
7. 
Machine shops and metal products manufacturing when not equipped with heavy (exceeding fifty (50) ton pressure) punch presses, drop forges, riveting and grinding machines or other equipment which may create noise, vibration, smoke, odors, heat, glare or fire hazards exceeding the performance standards of the Zoning Ordinance.
8. 
Manufacture, assembly, repair, sale and storage of the following:
a. 
Air compressor equipment.
b. 
Aircraft parts and components.
c. 
Electric motors and generators.
d. 
Electrical, electronic, communications and data processing equipment.
e. 
Hand tools and hardware.
f. 
Hydraulic power equipment.
g. 
Medical and dental equipment and supplies.
9. 
Offices — commercial, professional, executive, institutional and governmental.
10. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
11. 
Sheet metal shops.
12. 
Taverns.
13. 
Tool and die shops.
14. 
Utility facilities.
15. 
Warehouses — excluding mini self-storage warehouses.
16. 
Wholesale distribution establishments.
17. 
No outside storage unless authorized elsewhere in this Chapter.
18. 
Churches.
19. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Ten thousand (10,000) square feet.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
None.
4. 
Maximum Building Heights.
Forty-five (45) feet or three (3) stories.
5. 
Minimum Portion of Lot That Must Be Kept Free of Development.
None.
6. 
Screening of Development From Adjacent Parcels in Any R-District.
Not applicable.
7. 
3Landscaping of Portion of the Lot Not Utilized.
No requirements.
8. 
Performance Standards.
All uses shall conform to the performance standards contained in Section 410.140(B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance.
9. 
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.
[Ord. No. 82-23, 5-19-1982; Ord. No. 97-37, 6-4-1997; Ord. No. 02-03, 1-16-2002; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 03-04 § 1, 1-15-2003; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 12-31 § 1, 5-16-2012]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
The following uses shall be permitted provided that, except for automobile and truck parking, travel and loading and unloading of goods, they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building. The loading and unloading of goods relating to the permitted uses shall also be permitted.
1. 
Offices, including commercial, professional, executive, institutional, governmental and financial.
2. 
Warehousing, including refrigerated warehousing, but not to include mini-storage or self-storage warehousing facilities.
3. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
4. 
Bakery products manufacturing.
5. 
Limousine service.
6. 
Churches.
7. 
Facilities or services to aid in the operation and maintenance of aircraft and their related functions and processes.
8. 
Warehousing and product distribution facilities.
9. 
Research development and design establishments.
10. 
Engineering services and engineering analysis services.
11. 
Hardware store — retail or wholesale.
12. 
Building materials — wholesale or retail.
13. 
Air conditioning, heating and plumbing contracting services, sales and repairs and assembly — wholesale or retail.
14. 
Aircraft sales including accessories — wholesale or retail.
15. 
Sale of apparel and accessories — wholesale or retail.
16. 
Appliance repair and sales — wholesale or retail.
17. 
Books, magazines and newspapers distributing — wholesale or retail.
18. 
Cameras and photographic supplies — wholesale or retail.
19. 
Carpentry and wood flooring services — wholesale or retail.
20. 
Civic, social and fraternal organizations.
21. 
Commodity and security brokers, dealers and exchanges in services.
22. 
Dental laboratory services.
23. 
Educational and scientific research services.
24. 
Supply of construction materials and electrical apparatus — wholesale or retail.
25. 
Floor coverings — wholesale or retail.
26. 
Industrial laundry and linen supply services.
27. 
Jewelry, watch and clock repair services.
28. 
Messenger services.
29. 
Medical laboratory services.
30. 
Vending service and storage of items relating thereto.
31. 
Upholstery services.
32. 
Painting and paper contractor services.
33. 
Paper and paper products — wholesale and retail.
34. 
Sale of office-related materials — wholesale or retail.
35. 
Photocopying and blueprint services.
36. 
Pleating, decorative and novelty stitching and tubing for trades, includes manufacturing.
37. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
38. 
Plastic products, but not including the processing of the raw materials.
39. 
Any other manufacturing establishment that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor, and that is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
40. 
Physical culture establishment, but not including massage parlor.
[Ord. No. 17-07 § 1, 3-1-2017]
41. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
42. 
Medical Marijuana Testing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Two (2) acres.
3. 
Minimum Building Setback.
Front yard
Fifty (50) feet
Side yard
Twenty-five (25) feet
Rear yard
Fifty (50) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Fifty (50) feet (three (3) stories).
5. 
Minimum Proportion of Lot Kept Free of All Development.
Fifteen percent (15%).
6. 
Screening of Development From Adjacent R-District Parcels.
None.
All portions of the lot not utilized for building or off-street parking will be landscaped with grass, trees, bushes and shrubs.
Any signage shall conform with the Sign Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton City Code.
7. 
Permitted Land Uses with Special Use Permit. The following uses shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 provided that they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
1. 
Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility.
2. 
Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturing Facility.
[Ord. No. 83-3, 1-19-1983; Ord. No. 83-34, 6-1-1983; Ord. No. 02-17, 3-20-2002; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 10-45 § 1, 9-15-2010]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
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 Zoning Ordinance; and further provided that all uses are conducted within an enclosed building, except public park as well as accessory off-street parking.
1. 
Agricultural implement sales and repair establishment.
2. 
Air conditioning and heating sales and repair establishment; plumbing supply and repair establishment.
3. 
Building material sales.
4. 
Business machine sales repair; computer sales and repair; typewriter sales and repair.
5. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
6. 
Food catering establishment.
7. 
Laboratory — medical, dental, research, experimental, testing, photographic — but not including the production or manufacture of products.
8. 
Printing establishment; blueprinting and photostating establishment; job printer; printing, publishing and/or distribution of books, magazines and/or newspapers; book bindery.
9. 
Public park, owned by a governmental jurisdiction.
10. 
Radio and/or television broadcasting studio.
11. 
School — music, dance, business, professional, nursery, but excluding the following: auto mechanics and auto body; welding; machine shop technology; diesel mechanics; industrial equipment repair; air conditioning and heating; refrigeration; door and lock maintenance; building system repair and electrical.
12. 
Wholesale business; provided that the business activity is conducted on the premises and the building is not used only for storage and/or warehousing.
13. 
Processing or assembling limited to the following; provided such processing or assembly can be conducted without noise, vibration, odor, dust or any other condition which might be disturbing to occupants of adjacent buildings.
a. 
Advertising displays.
b. 
Awnings, venetian blinds and window shades.
c. 
Bakeries.
d. 
Brushes and brooms.
e. 
Electrical equipment and appliances.
f. 
Jewelry.
g. 
Medical and dental supplies.
h. 
Optical goods and equipment.
i. 
Patternmaking.
j. 
Products from finished materials such as plastic, bone, cloth, cork, feathers, felt, fiber, paper, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, precious or semi-precious stones, shell or yarn.
14. 
Accessory uses and/or buildings as defined in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance.
15. 
Contractor's office and shop; provided no fabricating is done on the premises.
16. 
Hospital, intermediate care facility, residential care facility, skilled nursing facility.
17. 
Rental service establishment.
18. 
Restaurant, not including fast-food restaurant.
19. 
Taxidermist.
20. 
Utility facility, except poles and lines not exceeding maximum height limit as well as underground lines.
21. 
Warehousing and product distribution.
22. 
Churches.
23. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
24. 
Day habilitation services for individuals with developmental disabilities, including specifically an arts program through which such individuals are provided with the tools and materials to create art and the supports needed to define themselves as artists; and activities ancillary to such services, including periodic gallery display and/or sale of the participants' art to the general public.
25. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
26. 
Medical Marijuana Testing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
Maximum Height of Structures.
Forty-five (45) feet or three (3) stories above finished ground elevation, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Zoning Ordinance.
3. 
Lot Area, Lot Dimension and Yard Requirements.
Minimum lot area
Twenty thousand (20,000) square feet
Minimum front yard setback
Fifteen (15) feet
Minimum side yard setback
Five (5) feet each side
Minimum rear yard setback
Ten (10) feet
4. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements.
See Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance.
5. 
Sign Regulations.
See Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances.
6. 
Other Requirements.
The minimum proportion of each lot that shall remain free of all development, including parking, shall be twelve percent (12%).
Refuse containers shall be screened with a "solid" fence.
The area which remains undeveloped must be appropriately landscaped. A landscape plan, submitted at the time a building permit is requested, must be approved before a permit is issued.
7. 
Permitted Land Uses with Special Use Permit. The following uses shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 provided that they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
1. 
Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility.
2. 
Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturing Facility.
[Ord. No. 83-7, 2-16-1983; Ord. No. 83-35, 6-1-1983; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
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 Zoning Ordinance; and further provided that all uses are conducted within enclosed buildings except for permitted outdoor storage.
1. 
Art galleries, libraries and museums.
2. 
Assembly of electrical equipment, data processing equipment, bicycles.
3. 
Business and/or professional offices.
4. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
5. 
Storage of vehicles as defined in Ordinance No. 80-27.
6. 
Hospital, clinic, medical center, intermediate care facility, residential care facility, skilled nursing facility, medical laboratory.
7. 
Machine shops with metal products manufacturing when not equipped with heavy (exceeding fifty (50) ton pressure) punch presses, drop forges, riveting and grinding machines or any other equipment which may create noise, vibrations, smoke, odors, heat, glare or fire hazards exceeding the performance standards made a part of this Chapter.
8. 
Manufacture and assembly, including incidental sales of the following:
a. 
Medical and dental equipment.
b. 
Drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks and other precision instruments.
c. 
Toys, games, musical instruments and jewelry.
d. 
Plastic products, but not including the processing of the raw material.
e. 
Small rubber products such as washers, gloves, footwear, bathing caps, but excluding rubber and synthetic rubber processing.
9. 
Manufacture and wholesale distribution, including the incidental sales of the following:
a. 
Apparel and other products manufactured from textile.
b. 
Glass products from previously manufactured glass.
c. 
Heating appliances and sheet metal products including stoves and ranges.
d. 
Sporting and athletic equipment.
e. 
Tools and hardware, such as hand tools, nuts, bolts, cutlery, household hardware, locks and plumbing appliances.
f. 
Products manufactured from paper.
10. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing and blueprinting.
11. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
12. 
Schools — music, dance, business, professional nursery, but excluding the following: auto mechanics and auto body; welding, machine shop technology; diesel mechanic, industrial equipment repair; air conditioning and heating; refrigeration; door and lock maintenance; building system repair and electrical.
13. 
Sale and repair of business equipment and photographic equipment.
14. 
Storage of household goods excluding mini and self-storage buildings.
15. 
Tool and die shops.
16. 
Warehousing of durable goods within a building.
17. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
18. 
Churches.
19. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
20. 
Contractor’s office and shop, provided that no fabricating is done on the premises and further provided that all storage is wholly within an enclosed building.
[Ord. No. 13-20 §1, 5-15-2013]
21. 
Outside storage of automobiles, trucks, trailers, equipment and materials.
[Ord. No. 13-20 §1, 5-15-2013]
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
One (1) acre.
3. 
Minimum Building Setback.
Front yard
Present building line being maintained
Side yard
Ten (10) feet
Rear yard
Thirty (30) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Three (3) stories or fifty (50) feet.
5. 
Site Coverage.
Maximum area which may be developed for buildings and parking and loading areas shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of the lot area. The remainder of the lot area shall be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs maintained in a healthy and growing condition and in a neat and orderly appearance.
6. 
Green Belt.
There shall be a minimum thirty (30) foot building and parking setback from areas zoned residential which shall contain a continuous visual screen consisting of compact evergreen hedging or foliage of a minimum height of six (6) feet to be planted along the inner side of the green belt area.
7. 
Lighting.
All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential area.
8. 
Trash Containers.
All trash containers placed outside buildings shall be effectively screened from visibility.
9. 
Performance Standards.
All uses shall conform to the performance standards contained in Section 410.140(B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance.
10. 
Signs.
Any signage shall conform with the Sign Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton.
11. 
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.
12. 
Screening.
All outdoor parking and storage shall be screened from the Fee Fee Road public viewshed by way of a six-foot high solid privacy fence or a chain-link fence with slats or fabric.
[Ord. No. 13-20 §1, 5-15-2013]
[Ord. No. 86-7, 2-5-1986; Ord. No. 01-29, 6-6-2001; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 08-48 § 1, 9-3-2008; Ord. No. 08-59 § 1, 10-15-2008]
The following regulations and restrictions on the land shall apply on this "M-3" Planned Manufacturing District.
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
1. 
Air conditioning, heating, plumbing and roofing supply and service establishments.
2. 
Assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, data processing equipment, bicycles.
3. 
Automobile or truck parking lots and garages.
4. 
Automobile or truck repair, major and minor.
5. 
Boat building, sales and repair establishments.
6. 
Building equipment and building materials, sales, lumber, coal, sand and gravel yards, yards for contracting equipment, maintenance or operating equipment or equipment of a similar nature.
7. 
Busline shops, garages and outside storage.
8. 
Business and/or professional offices.
9. 
Carting, express hauling or storage yards.
10. 
Commercial and industrial dock facilities, open storage, but not including junk yards.
11. 
Contractor's offices, shops and outdoor storage yards; shops and yards for maintenance and operating equipment and materials for public agencies and public utilities.
12. 
Freight terminal.
13. 
Glass products from previously manufactured glass.
14. 
Greenhouse, wholesale and retail florists.
15. 
Machine shops and metal products manufacturing when not equipped with heavy (exceeding fifty (50) ton pressure) punch presses, drop forges, riveting and grinding machines or any other equipment which may create noise, vibration, smoke, odors, glare or fire hazards exceeding the performance standards made a part of this Chapter.
16. 
Outdoor display and/or sale of merchandise.
17. 
Plastic products, but not including the processing of the raw materials.
18. 
Railroad spur track, lead track, siding or other similar railroad facility.
19. 
Rental service establishment.
20. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
21. 
Sale and repair of business equipment and photographic equipment.
22. 
Sheet metal shops.
23. 
Storage of household goods including mini and self-storage buildings and outdoor storage.
24. 
Tool and die shops.
25. 
Trailer, mobile home, camper, bus sales and repair establishments.
26. 
Truck, tractor, trailer or bus storage yard including a truck terminal.
27. 
Utility facility.
28. 
Warehouse.
29. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
30. 
Any manufacturing or assembly establishment that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor and that is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
31. 
Restaurant, fast-food restaurant, but no drive-thru.
32. 
Churches.
33. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
34. 
Retail sales of motorcycle apparel and accessories.
35. 
Repossession administrative offices including outside repossessed vehicle storage.
36. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
37. 
Medical Marijuana Testing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
38. 
Physical culture establishments, including health and fitness centers, but not including massage parlors.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
39. 
Dry cleaning and/ or laundry pickup and/ or self-service store.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
40. 
Food catering establishment.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
41. 
Veterinary clinic.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
42. 
Medical or dental clinic.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
43. 
Schools — business, trade.
[Ord. No. 19-16, 9-18-2019]
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Twenty thousand (20,000) square feet.
3. 
Minimum Front, Rear and Side Yard Requirements.
None. Minimum setback from St. Charles Rock Road right-of-way shall be fifty (50) feet.
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Forty-five (45) feet or three (3) stories.
5. 
Minimum Portion of Lot That Must Be Kept Free of Development.
Fifteen percent (15%).
6. 
Landscaping of Portion of The Lot Not Utilized.
All portions of the lot not utilized for building, parking or outside storage will be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs.
7. 
Performance Standards.
All uses shall conform to the performance standards contained in Section 410.140(B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance.
8. 
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.
9. 
Signs.
All signs shall conform with the Sign Ordinance of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances.)
10. 
Construction Criteria.
Building materials, types, textures and colors shall be in harmony with those used in the renovation of the existing buildings subject to approval of the Bridgeton Design and Review Board.
11. 
Permitted Land Uses with Special Use Permit. The following uses shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 provided that they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
1. 
Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility.
2. 
Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturing Facility.
[Ord. No. 85-37, 6-5-1985; Ord. No. 86-72, 9-17-1986; Ord. No. 87-69, 8-5-1987; Ord. No. 89-50, 6-7-1989; Ord. No. 99-23, 3-17-1999; Ord. No. 01-55, 10-3-2001; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 04-20 § 1, 4-7-2004; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 06-42 § 1, 8-2-2006; Ord. No. 12-40 § 8, 6-20-2012]
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 (25) and (53) 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; radio, stereo system and/or television sales and service, including automobile installations or service if confined to inside the structure; sewing machine sales and service.
4. 
Auditorium, provided that not more than one (1) such facility shall be permitted.
5. 
Automobile accessory and parts store, but not including repair, service or installation work.
6. 
Financial institutions.
7. 
Bakery not exceeding five thousand (5,000) square feet of gross floor area.
8. 
Barber shop; beauty parlor.
9. 
Bookstore; 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 and including office service, storage and/or warehouse facilities, provided that not more than eighty percent (80%) of the building is used for storage and/or warehousing. Such use may take place in conjunction with any of the following:
a. 
Wholesale business, provided that the business activity is conducted on the premises and the building is not used only for storage and/or warehousing;
b. 
Processing or assembling limited to the following, provided such processing or assembly can be conducted without noise, vibration, odor, dust or any other condition which might be disturbing to occupants of adjacent buildings, provided that the business activity is conducted on the premises, and the building is not used only for processing and/or assembling:
i) 
Electrical equipment supplies;
ii) 
Medical and dental supplies;
iii) 
Optical goods and equipment;
iv) 
Pattern making;
v) 
Scientific and precision instruments; and
vi) 
Products from finished materials such as plastic, bone, cloth, cork, feathers, felt, fiber, paper, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, precious or semi-precious stones, shell or yarn.
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, slipcovers and similar articles when incidental to a retail operation.
24. 
Grocery store or supermarket; frozen food store.
25. 
Hardware and home improvement and building supply store; garden supply store, but not including greenhouses; paint store, wallpaper store; and display, sales and staging of materials in outdoor areas in connection with such uses, provided that such outdoor areas shall be adjacent to the buildings, shall adhere to the same setback restrictions as the buildings, shall be no larger in area than twenty percent (20%) of the building area, shall be entirely fenced or otherwise enclosed, and shall be designed so that any frontage facing St. Charles Rock Road blends harmoniously with the frontage of the buildings to which such outdoor areas are adjacent; and further provided that all outdoor storage be under roof and outdoor sales be limited to nursery plants and garden supplies.
26. 
Health food store.
27. 
Lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms and retail shops.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
28. 
Indoor theater.
29. 
Jewelry store; clock and watch sales and repair.
30. 
Leather goods store; luggage store.
31. 
Library.
32. 
Liquor store, packaged goods only; wine store with wine tasting.
33. 
Locksmith.
34. 
Magazine and newsstand.
35. 
Medical and dental supply and equipment store.
36. 
Medical clinic; optician; optometrist.
37. 
Musical instrument sales and repair store.
38. 
Pet shop, but not including animal hospital or kennel.
39. 
Physical culture establishment, but not including massage parlor.
40. 
Postal facility; telegraph office; utility collection office.
41. 
Radio and/or television transmitting tower.
42. 
Rental service establishment.
43. 
Restaurant; fast-food restaurant; the outdoor consumption of food and beverage shall be permitted when located adjacent to the building and in no event shall area extend more than two-thirds (2/3) of the distance from the face of the building to the driving lane.
44. 
School — dancing, music.
45. 
Seafood store.
46. 
Shoe repair shop.
47. 
Sporting goods store; bicycle sales and repair shop.
48. 
Tobacco shop.
49. 
Toy store.
50. 
Travel agency; transportation ticket office.
51. 
Youth center, provided that not more than one (1) such facility shall be permitted.
52. 
Accessory uses as defined in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
53. 
Sales and promotional activities as provided in Section 410.050(K) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
54. 
Reserved.
55. 
Churches.
56. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
57. 
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 five hundred (10,500) square feet of gross floor area per acre of land; provided that the total gross floor area devoted to all uses except 1) business and/or professional office, including governmental office; and 2) lodging establishment, including accessory dining rooms, lounges, meeting rooms, and retail shop, shall not exceed eighty-three thousand five hundred (83,500) square feet. However, said maximum of eighty-three thousand five hundred (83,500) square feet may be increased by a corresponding reduction in the density of Tracts 2, 3 and 4, taken as a whole as established under Ordinances No. 83-74, No. 83-75 and No. 83-76, by eliminating three and three-tenths (3.3) square feet of business and/or professional office use otherwise permitted for every two (2) square feet in excess of eighty-three thousand five hundred (83,500) up to a maximum of one hundred sixty thousand (160,000) square feet. [Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
The minimum setback for buildings shall be seventy-five (75) feet from the right-of-way lines of St. Charles Rock 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 ten (10) feet from the right-of-way lines/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, except that parking spaces in excess of the minimum amount required for retail businesses, and all parking for non-retail businesses, may be nine (9) feet by nineteen (19) feet, and parking spaces for office use as herein permitted shall be provided on the basis of one (1) space for every two hundred fifty (250) square feet of floor area. All off-street parking and off-street loading areas shall be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with the requirements of said Section 410.110, provided that parking lot light standards shall not exceed thirty (30) feet in height, and further provided that there shall be provided in every parking lot one (1) tree for every ten (10) parking spaces.
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. 
No pole signs shall be permitted except for one (1) pole sign along the St. Charles Rock Road frontage and one (1) pole sign along the Mareschal Lane frontage identifying the total development by name and/or symbol, as well as one (1) pole sign for each lodging establishment.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
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. 
A lodging establishment including accessory shops shall be limited to a maximum of three (3) signs, only one (1) of which may be a pole sign and only one (1) of which may include a reader board smaller in size than the sign with which it is associated.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
7. 
An office building shall be limited to two (2) signs only, one (1) of which may be a ground sign not over six (6) feet in height above the ground level.
8. 
A restaurant located within an office building or within a lodging establishment shall be limited to one (1) sign on the wall of the building in which it is housed and such sign shall be smaller in size than any other sign associated with such building.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
9. 
Except for not more than one (1) ground sign, not over six (6) feet in height above the ground level, on one (1) outparcel lot, 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 of Ordinances).
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 Design and Review Board. Non-decorative concrete block (painted or 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.
Any multiple-tenant retail center fronting on St. Charles Rock Road shall be provided access to the relocated Mareschal Lane.
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.
However, building and occupancy permits may be issued for not more than one (1) lodging establishment containing not more than two hundred fifty (250) units or for not more than a total of sixty thousand (60,000) square feet of office space prior to the completion of the construction of the improvements described in paragraphs (11) through (18) below.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
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.
11. 
Relocation of Mareschal Lane from St. Charles Rock Road to the interior ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center Complex, or the elimination of the sharp curvature in the existing Mareschal Lane adjacent to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Department maintenance garage.
12. 
Widen St. Charles Rock Road to a minimum width of sixty-two (62) feet from Natural Bridge Road to McKelvey Road.
13. 
A second (2nd) northbound left-turn lane on Mareschal Lane at St. Charles Rock Road.
14. 
A fourth (4th) eastbound lane on St. Charles Rock Road between Mareschal Lane and the northbound I-270 off-ramp.
15. 
A second (2nd) southbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the interior ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex at the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from McKelvey Road.
16. 
A second (2nd) southbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road at the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center Complex.
17. 
A second (2nd) westbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center at the entrance road from St. Charles Rock Road.
18. 
The elimination of the jog in the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex at the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road.
[Ord. No. 85-37, 6-5-1985; Ord. No. 86-73, 9-17-1986; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 02-48 § 1, 8-21-2002; Ord. No. 04-28 § 1, 4-21-2004; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-11, 2-18-2009]
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 Section 410.050(K) and accessory off-street parking and loading spaces.
1. 
Residential care facility, adult boarding facility, intermediate care facility and/or skilled nursing facility.
2. 
Retirement living apartments, principally occupied by senior citizens with typical range of support services and functions including but not limited to, a full-service restaurant.
3. 
Adult day care.
4. 
Business and/or professional office and/or medical clinic and/or rehabilitation and fitness center. Support service functions including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical goods and services, medical equipment goods and services, optical goods and services.
5. 
Sales and promotional activities provided in Section 410.050(K) of this Code, as amended.
6. 
Accessory uses as defined in Section 410.030 of this Code, as amended.
7. 
Any ancillary retail or service businesses conducted as part of or to support the uses described in Paragraph 1, 2, 3 or 4 above, so long as such businesses are located within the building devoted to the primary uses described above.
8. 
Churches.
9. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
10. 
Hospitals or sanitariums, public or private.
2. 
Density, Setback, Height Requirements.
The density of development shall not exceed ten thousand six hundred (10,600) square feet of gross floor area per acre of land.
The minimum setback for buildings shall be ten (10) feet from the right-of-way line/easement line of interior roadways or streets and interstate highways.
The minimum setback for all portions of parking areas, except access drives to the street, shall be ten (10) feet from the right-of-way line/easement line of interior roadways or streets and interstate highways.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be ninety (90) feet or six (6) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050 of this Code, as amended.
3. 
Landscaping Requirements.
All areas not used for buildings, parking facilities and loading/unloading 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 (C) and (D) of this Code, as amended. Provided, however, so long as the apartments located within this zoning district are used only by persons sixty-two (62) years of age or older, the parking requirements per one (1) bedroom unit shall be one (1.0) space per each dwelling unit.
5. 
Signing.
The development shall comply with the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance as detailed in Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances.
[Ord. No. 86-74, 9-17-1986; Ord. No. 93-105, 11-30-1993; Ord. No. 98-1, 1-7-1998; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; 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 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 (20) below and accessory off-street parking and loading spaces.
1. 
Residential care facility, adult boarding facility, intermediate care facility and/or skilled nursing facility.
2. 
Retirement living apartments, with typical range of support services and functions including, but not limited to, a full-service restaurant.
3. 
Adult day care.
4. 
Business and/or professional office and/or medical clinic and/or rehabilitation and fitness center. Support service functions including, but not limited to, pharmaceutical goods and services, medical equipment goods and services, optical goods and services.
5. 
Fire station.
6. 
Accessory uses as defined in Section 410.030(B) of the Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
7. 
Any ancillary retail or service businesses conducted as part of or to support the uses described in paragraph (1), (2), (3) or (4) above, so long as such businesses are located within the building devoted to the primary uses described above.
8. 
Churches.
9. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Density, Setback, Height Requirements.
The density of development shall not exceed fifteen thousand five hundred (15,500) square feet of gross floor area per acre of land.
The minimum setback for buildings shall be twenty (20) feet from the right-of-way line/easement line of interior roadways or streets and interstate highways.
The minimum setback for all portions of parking areas, except access drives to the street, shall be ten (10) feet from the right-of-way line/easement line of interior roadways or streets and interstate highways.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be ninety (90) feet or six (6) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Bridgeton 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 breakup any visual appearance of a large expanse of pavement and/or parked cars.
Existing tree clusters, identified on the concept plan by Mackey and Associates dated July 26, 1983, shall remain essentially undisturbed.
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 Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, as amended, except that parking spaces in excess of the minimum amount required for retail businesses, and all parking for non-retail business, may be nine (9) feet by nineteen (19) feet and parking spaces for office use as herein permitted shall be provided on the basis of one (1) space for every two hundred fifty (250) square feet of floor area.
All off-street parking and off-street loading areas shall be designed, constructed and maintained in accordance with the requirements of said Section 410.110, provided that parking lot light standards shall not exceed thirty (30) feet in height, and provided that there shall be provided in every parking lot one (1) tree for every ten (10) parking spaces.
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. 
No pole signs shall be permitted.
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. 
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. 
An office building shall be limited to two (2) signs, only one (1) of which may be a ground sign not over six (6) feet in height above the ground level.
7. 
A restaurant located within an office building or within a lodging establishment shall be limited to one (1) sign on the wall of the building in which it is housed and such sign shall be smaller in size than any other sign associated with such building.
[Ord. No. 13-38 §6, 9-4-2013]
8. 
All signs for other specific business establishments shall be attached to the building housing such establishment (no freestanding signs), and no more than one (1) such sign 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 of Ordinances).
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 Design and Review Board. Non-decorative concrete block (painted or 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.
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.
11. 
Relocation of Mareschal Lane from St. Charles Rock Road to the interior ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex or the elimination of the sharp curvature in this existing Mareschal Lane adjacent to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Department maintenance garage.
12. 
Widen St. Charles Rock Road to a minimum width of sixty-two (62) feet from Natural Bridge Road to McKelvey Road.
13. 
A second (2nd) northbound left-turn lane on Mareschal Lane at St. Charles Rock Road.
14. 
A fourth (4th) eastbound lane on St. Charles Rock Road between Mareschal Lane and the northbound I-270 off-ramp.
15. 
A second (2nd) southbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the interior ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex at the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from McKelvey Road.
16. 
A second (2nd) southbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road at the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex.
17. 
A second (2nd) westbound lane of approximately one hundred fifty (150) feet in length on the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center at the entrance road from St. Charles Rock Road.
18. 
A second (2nd) northbound lane of approximately one hundred (100) feet in length on the interior ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex at the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from McKelvey Road.
19. 
The elimination of the jog in the ring road that encircles the DePaul Health Center complex at the entrance road to the DePaul Health Center from St. Charles Rock Road.
20. 
An entrance to McKelvey Road south of the St. Louis County Library Branch to be constructed in accordance with the requirements and approval of the St. Louis County Department of Highways and Traffic, which entrance is shown in concept form on the concept plan. This entrance must be constructed at the time building permits shall have been requested for more than fifty percent (50%) of the total development permitted in this district.
[Ord. No. 86-76, 10-1-1986; Ord. No. 87-116, 12-16-1987; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
The following uses are permitted in this "M-3" District.
1. 
Offices, including commercial, professional, executive, institutional, governmental and financial.
2. 
Warehousing, but not including mini or self-storage warehousing or refrigerated warehousing.
3. 
Wholesale distribution facility.
4. 
A veterinary clinic provided that all veterinary activities be conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
5. 
Churches.
6. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Minimum Setbacks.
Front yard setback
Ten (10) feet
Side yard setback
Ten (10) feet
Rear yard setback
Twenty (20) feet
3. 
Signage.
1. 
The signage be limited to one (1) monument sign on Natural Bridge Road for this entire development.
2. 
No roof signs which extend above the roof line or top of the parapet wall be allowed.
3. 
No pole signs be allowed.
4. 
No portable or flashing signs be allowed.
5. 
No freestanding signs be allowed, but individual businesses would be allowed to have signs on buildings.
Screening and landscaping shall be provided as appropriate to the land use and approved by the Bridgeton Design and Review Board.
All work to be done in a wholly enclosed building.
All off-street parking and loading shall be in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 of the Zoning Ordinance.
[Ord. No. 98-6, 1-21-1998; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
The following uses of land will be permitted in said Planned Manufacturing District:
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
c. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
d. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
e. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, and data processing equipment.
f. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
g. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
h. 
Warehousing of durable goods.
i. 
Bakeries, commissaries for food preparation, distribution, warehousing, and cross-docking and warehousing of perishable and non-perishable products.
j. 
With Special Use Permit. Hospitals, clinics, medical centers, intermediate care facility, residential care facility, skilled nursing facility, public or private recreational buildings.
k. 
Churches.
l. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
The following regulations and requirements are hereby established for said Planned Manufacturing District:
a. 
Minimum lot size. Twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet.
b. 
Building setback.
Front
Twenty-five (25) feet
Side
Ten (10) feet
Rear
Thirty (30) feet
c. 
Maximum building height. Two (2) stories (thirty-five (35) feet).
d. 
Site coverage. The maximum area which may be developed for buildings and parking and loading area shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of each lot area. The remaining twenty percent (20%) of lot area shall be retained as open space landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs. The area of any required green belt may be included in the calculation of this open space.
e. 
Landscaping. All landscaping shall be maintained in a healthy growing condition and shall be neat and orderly in appearance.
f. 
Lighting. All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential areas.
g. 
Other screening. All trash containers placed outside buildings shall be effectively screened from view by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing.
h. 
Signage. Lots facing interstate highways or interstate highway access ramps shall be allowed one (1) wall sign not to exceed one hundred fifty (150) square feet. In the event a lot in this district also fronts a street, there shall be allowed in addition to the wall sign a monument/ground sign not to exceed forty (40) square feet.
All other procedures, regulations and requirements pertaining to Planned Manufacturing Districts contained in Section 410.090 of the Zoning Ordinance at the time of the effective date of this Chapter shall apply to this Planned Manufacturing District.
[Ord. No. 88-65, 11-16-1988; Ord. No. 94-89, 11-2-1994; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Uses of Land.
The following uses of land are permitted in the "M-3" District:
1. 
Offices, including commercial, professional, executive, institutional, governmental and financial.
2. 
Warehousing, but not including mini or self-storage warehousing or refrigerated warehousing.
3. 
Wholesale distribution facility.
4. 
Printing establishment.
5. 
Churches.
6. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
7. 
Adult day care center.
[Ord. No. 18-21, 8-15-2018]
2. 
Minimum Setbacks.
Front yard setback
Ten (10) feet
Side yard setback
Ten (10) feet
Rear yard setback
Twenty (20) feet
Provided however, the minimum setback on the boundary of the property along Bondurante shall be eighty (80) feet, and the minimum setback along O'Conner Park shall be twenty (20) feet. All setback areas shall be maintained as green spaces. There shall be a six (6) foot high (as measured from the height of the floor elevation of each nearest house along Bondurante) heavily landscaped berm within the eighty (80) foot setback area adjacent to the "R" Residential District along Bondurante, and a six (6) foot high sightproof fence shall be located on the top of the berm along Bondurante. The fence shall not be a chain-link fence with slats and there shall be no barbed wire on the fence visible to the "R" Residential District along Bondurante. This six (6) foot berm and fence shall extend fifty (50) feet onto the O'Conner Park property along the side of the park adjacent to the "R" Residential District. The berm on park property shall be on the flat area above the steep slope within the park and adjacent to the "R" Residential District. A six (6) foot high sightproof fence shall be located along O'Conner Park in the flat area along the steep slope between the park and the "M-3" District. Other than the fence located on top of the berm along the residential property, there shall be no fence between the top of the berm and the residential property. The berm and any grading associated therewith shall comply with the City's grading ordinance or any variances granted therefrom. The berm and fencing required shall be completed before any building permits are issued. All setbacks must be maintained as green spaces with appropriate landscaping and fencing as approved by the Design and Review Board. All landscaping to be maintained in good condition. Any plant materials that die shall be replaced in kind within the next planting season. The berm will be provided with appropriate erosion protection upon completion of the berm and planted with grass and landscaped in the first (1st) planting season after completion of the berm. There shall be a three (3) to five (5) feet wide crest throughout the length of the berm. The portion of the ravine on park property along the steep slope shall be filled the same grade as the "M-3" District. All stormwater shall be handled by the "M-3" drainage systems.
3. 
Landscaping.
The landscaping between the required fence and Bondurante and between the required fence and O'Conner Park shall be as follows:
Plant materials used in the landscaping shall consist of a 50/50 mix of deciduous and conifer trees. The typical planting per two hundred (200) feet along Bondurante is:
Twelve (12) evergreens (White Pine, Austrian Pine, Spruce) six (6) foot minimum height.
Seven (7) flowering trees (Flowering Crab, Hawthorne, Redbud) two and one-half (2 1/2) inch caliper.
Five (5) shade trees (Ash, Sugar Maple, Pinoak) two and one-half (2 1/2) inch caliper.
Along the fence in the park, the typical planting as described above shall be every two hundred fifty (250) feet.
4. 
Lighting.
All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential area. Maximum height of light standards is twenty-five (25) feet from the finished ground elevation.
5. 
Miscellaneous Restrictions.
1. 
Restrict height of structure to two (2) stories or thirty (30) feet, whichever is less, above finished ground elevation.
2. 
All work and storage of material and supplies is to be done in a wholly enclosed building.
3. 
Any warehousing or wholesale distribution facility in the "M-3" District shall be limited in hours of operation to 7:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Offices shall be limited in hours of operation to 6:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
4. 
Outdoor speakers, underground storage tanks, outdoor storage or display areas are prohibited.
5. 
No loading dock area shall face toward the residential area to the south (Bondurante) unless the loading dock area and trucks using such area are visually screened from the residential property along Bondurante by a building or wall the height of the building.
6. 
All trash containers placed outside the buildings shall be effectively screened from visibility by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing and shall be emptied within the hours of operation of the warehousing or wholesale distribution facilities.
7. 
All vehicle motors and auxiliary equipment, except automobiles and personal pickup trucks, shall be limited in hours of operation from 7:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M.
8. 
Passenger automobiles and personal pickup trucks may be parked on the south side of any building located on a lot in the "M-3" District immediately adjacent to the "R" Residential District along Bondurante, provided however, no vehicles shall be so parked within the eighty (80) foot setback as required on the south boundary of the "M-3" District along Bondurante. No through vehicular traffic or commercial vehicles of any kind shall be permitted on the south part of the "M-3" District between the southernmost buildings on the "M-3" District and the setback line from the "R" Residential District to the south along Bondurante.
9. 
No railroad tracks shall be allowed on the "M-3" property.
[Ord. No. 89-36, 4-19-1989; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
c. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
d. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, and data processing equipment.
e. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
f. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
g. 
With Special Use Permit. Hospitals, clinics, medical centers, intermediate care facility, residential care facility, skilled nursing facility, public or private recreational buildings.
h. 
Churches.
i. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
The following regulations and requirements are hereby established for said Planned Manufacturing District:
a.
Minimum lot size.
Twenty-five thousand (25,000) square feet.
b.
Building setback.
Front
Twenty-five (25) feet
Side
Ten (10) feet
Rear
Thirty (30) feet
c.
Maximum building height.
Two (2) stories (thirty-five (35) feet).
d.
Site coverage.
The maximum area which may be developed for buildings and parking and loading area shall not exceed eighty percent (80%) of each lot area. The remaining twenty percent (20%) of lot area shall be retained as open space landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs. The area of any required green belt may be included in the calculation of this open space.
e.
Green belts.
1.
When the front yard of a lot adjoins or is located across a street from a residential zoning district, it shall be landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs and may not be used for off-street parking.
2.
When the side or rear yard directly adjoins or is located across a street from a residential zoning district, a twenty-five (25) feet wide landscaped green belt shall be established. It shall include a continuous visual screen consisting of compact evergreen hedging or foliage of a minimum height of six (6) feet to be planted along the inner side of the green belt.
3.
A six (6) foot masonry fence shall be erected on the inner side of the evergreen screen.
f.
Landscaping. All landscaping shall be maintained in a healthy growing condition and shall be neat and orderly in appearance.
Any plant materials that die shall be replaced in kind in the next planting season.
g.
Lighting. All lighting shall be shaded or diffused so that no direct light is cast upon any adjacent residential areas.
h.
Existing residences. Existing residential units may not be converted into uses permitted in this district.
i.
Other screening. All trash containers placed outside buildings shall be effectively screened from view by compact foliage or closed wooden fencing.
j.
Access. Whenever possible, access to developed sites shall be provided directly or indirectly from Hollenberg Drive.
All other procedures, regulations and requirements pertaining to Planned Manufacturing Districts contained in Section 410.090 of the Zoning Ordinance, at the time of the effective date of this Chapter shall apply to this Planned Manufacturing District.
[Ord. No. 95-69, 9-6-1995; Ord. No. 96-15, 2-21-1996; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Hotels and motels.
c. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
d. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
e. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
f. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, and data processing equipment.
g. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products, cosmetics and toiletries.
h. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
i. 
Warehousing of durable goods.
j. 
Any other light manufacturing establishment that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor, and that is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
k. 
Those "B" business or retail uses related to a particular "M" industrial activity or complex provided that such business or retail use shall not occupy over ten percent (10%) of the gross floor area of any building.
l. 
Churches.
m. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size/Maximum Density.
One (1) acre.
3. 
Minimum Setbacks and Distances.
Minimum setbacks for buildings and parking structures:
Front
Thirty (30) feet
Rear
Ten (10) feet, except residential, then thirty (30) feet
Side
Ten (10) feet
For any building above thirty-five (35) feet to a maximum of ninety (90) feet adjacent to a residential area, the setback shall be increased by one (1) foot of yard setback to one (1) foot of building height.
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Ninety (90) feet or six (6) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050(B)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance.
5. 
Maximum Lot Coverage.
The maximum proportion of a lot that may be utilized for buildings, parking structures and surface parking and loading facilities is seventy percent (70%).
6. 
Landscaping/Screening.
All portions of a lot not occupied by buildings, other structures and surface parking or loading facilities shall be appropriately landscaped and such landscaping shall be maintained in good condition. Any plant materials that die shall be replaced in kind in the next planting period.
Preservation of existing trees in excess of four (4) inch caliper shall be considered equal to placement of new trees. All undeveloped portions of the building site shall be sodded or seeded and fertilized. All landscaping required by this Section shall be planted prior to issuance of an occupancy permit for the portion of the building project to which it relates, or within the next planting season.
Except as otherwise provided below, each building project shall include: a minimum of one (1) three and one-half (3 1/2) caliper hardwood tree for each thirty (30) linear feet of existing and proposed street, road and highway frontage to be planted between the right-of-way and the building line or any paved area except drives; a minimum of twenty (20) hardwood trees for each one (1) acre of land developed.
When a development adjoins or is located across a street from a residential zoning district, a twenty-five (25) foot wide landscaped green belt shall be established with landscaping as approved by the Design and Review Board.
A landscape buffer shall be provided adjacent to residential properties, as approved by the Design and Review Board.
7. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All off-street parking and off-street loading facilities shall be provided, constructed and maintained in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, except as follows:
Minimum size of parking space shall be nine (9) feet by nineteen (19) feet exclusive of aisles and driveways for employee parking lots and parking areas not active to visitors and/or customers. Other actively used parking areas shall maintain a minimum size of ten (10) feet by nineteen (19) feet.
Off-street loading spaces shall conform with all Bridgeton ordinances.
8. 
Signs.
All signage shall conform with the provisions of the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances.
9. 
Construction Criteria.
Non-decorative concrete block (painted or unpainted) and ribbed-type painted metal panels (commonly used for pre-engineered metal building systems) shall not be permitted, except for roof top screening of equipment.
All subdivisions shall conform to the subdivision ordinances of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 400 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances.)
After the issuance of occupancy permits for the Home Savings of America development on Lot 1 of Corporate Exchange Subdivision, no further occupancy permits shall be issued in the M-3(o) zoning district until the following road improvements have been completed to the satisfaction of the City Engineer:
Rebuild the portion of Foerster Road between Hollenberg and Spanish Village Drive such that Foerster Road intersects Spanish Village Drive in a "T" configuration. All northbound traffic on Foerster Road must stop before making a right or left turn onto Spanish Village Drive. The intersection design shall conform with the City of Bridgeton's minimum road design criteria for local access streets to minimize the use of Foerster Road by commercial traffic from surrounding development. The intersection shall provide for two-way traffic on Foerster Road.
Exterior light standards shall not exceed the greater of the ground elevation of any adjacent residential property or twenty (20) feet in height, and all light shall be directed away from any residential area.
[Ord. No. 97-01, 1-2-1997; Ord. No. 00-13, 2-16-2000; Ord. No. 00-43, 5-3-2000; Ord. No. 02-21, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 05-22 § 1, 4-20-2005; Ord. No. 06-03 § 1, 2-1-2006; Ord. No. 09-20 § 1, 4-1-2009]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
c. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
d. 
Manufacture or assembly of heating or cooling appliances and sheet metal products, including refrigeration equipment.
e. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
f. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment, and data processing equipment.
g. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
h. 
Warehousing of durable goods, and warehouses.
i. 
Any other light manufacturing establishment or assembly of component parts into finished goods that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor and is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
j. 
Public utility, electric substations and distribution centers and gas regulation centers.
k. 
Those "B" business or retail uses related to a particular "M" industrial activity or complex provided such businesses or retail uses shall not occupy over ten percent (10%) of the gross floor area of any building.
l. 
Manufacture and assembly of fireplace products.
m. 
Cutting and forming of steel, wood and stone.
n. 
Compounding of pharmaceutical products and mixing and dry blending of material to form into tablets.
o. 
Churches.
p. 
Insurance claim service center and associated parking.
q. 
Public park operated by a governmental jurisdiction.
2. 
Permitted Land Uses With Special Use Permit.
a. 
Wood grinder for recycling of wood that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas fumes or vapor.
3. 
Minimum Lot Size.
None.
4. 
Minimum Setbacks And Distances.
Minimum setbacks for buildings and parking structures:
Front
Thirty (30) feet for building and structures Twenty (20) feet for parking spaces and aisles
Rear
Ten (10) feet, except when adjacent to residential, then fifty (50) feet
Side
Fifteen (15) feet, except when adjacent to residential, then fifty (50) feet
For any building above thirty-five (35) feet to a maximum of ninety (90) feet adjacent to a residential area, the setback shall be increased by one (1) foot of yard setback for each one (1) foot of building height.
5. 
Maximum Building Height.
Ninety (90) feet or six (6) stories above finished ground elevation, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050(B)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance.
6. 
Maximum Lot Coverage.
The maximum proportion of a lot that may be utilized for buildings, parking structures and surface parking and loading facilities shall be limited by the minimum setback and distances set forth above, provided however, that any platting or replatting of land contained in the district shall have created common area devoted primarily to green space and/or permanent landscape easements which are equal to at least fifteen percent (15%) of the total area contained in the district, including the park dedication area described below. In the event such common areas or perpetual easements are not established to create at least fifteen percent (15%) green space throughout the then currently platted portion of the district, then the maximum proportion of lot that may be utilized for building, parking structures, and surface parking or loading facilities shall not exceed seventy percent (70%).
7. 
Landscaping/Screening.
All portions of a lot not occupied by buildings, other structures and surface parking or loading facilities shall be appropriately landscaped and such landscaping shall be maintained in good condition. Any plant materials that die shall be replaced in kind in the next planting period.
Preservation of existing trees in excess of four (4) inch caliper shall be considered equal to placement of new trees. All undeveloped portions of the building site shall be sodded or seeded and fertilized. All landscaping required by this Section shall be planted prior to issuance of an occupancy permit for the portion of the building project to which it relates, or within the next planting season.
Except as otherwise provided below, each building project shall include: a minimum of one (1) three and one-half (3 1/2) inch caliper tree for each thirty (30) linear feet of existing and proposed street or road frontage, which trees are to be planted between the right-of-way and the building line. A minimum of twenty (20) trees per acre of developed land shall be required, except the number of trees may be reduced provided that alternative landscape materials are utilized subject to approval by the Design and Review Board.
8. 
Special Landscaping/Screening.
All development sites adjacent to, or across a street from, a residentially developed property shall provide a minimum fifty (50) foot wide landscape green belt, which shall include the thirty (30) foot wide "No Clearing Zone" described below and shall be planted with landscaping, as approved by the Design and Review Board.
Platting of the subdivision required to develop sites within the district adjacent to residential property shall provide for the following:
1. 
All building setback lines from the residential area shall be established by plat and shall be a minimum of fifty (50) feet, provided further that a thirty (30) foot wide "No Clearing Zone" shall be established to prohibit clearing of existing vegetation and growth immediately adjacent to residential properties of Spanish Village in order to create a landscape buffer that consists of existing mature and established vegetation in combination with new plantings. Landscaping plans will provide for planting plans, both within the thirty (30) foot "No Clear Zone" and the twenty (20) foot additional strip of land comprising the landscape buffer of fifty (50) feet. The fifty (50) foot setback shall be applicable adjacent to the Spanish Village Park, however, the "No Clear Zone" shall not be a requirement adjacent to those areas, however, all development shall attempt to respect it, where possible. The developer shall not be responsible for any clearing, pruning, mowing or cutting required by the City or disturbances of the clear zones as a result of mandates from utility companies.
An approximately three and six-tenths (3.6) acre parcel of ground surrounded by Spanish Village to the south and east, Spanish Village Park to the north, and a line connecting the southwestern tip of Spanish Village Park to the northwestern tip of Lot 212 of Spanish Village shall be dedicated as common area, provided however, at the City's option, the City may request that this become part of Spanish Village Park, at which time the land contained therein shall be dedicated to the City by the entity currently owning the land. Thereafter, the City shall be responsible for maintenance and the privilege and use of the dedicated area and shall be free to do with the land whatever it desires, provided however, that the area of such land shall be included in the minimum green space requirement notwithstanding its use by the City or its successors or assigns.
9. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
All off-street parking and off-street loading facilities shall be provided, constructed and maintained in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, except as follows:
Minimum size of parking space shall be nine (9) feet by nineteen (19) feet exclusive of aisles and driveways for employee parking lots and parking areas not active to visitors and/or customers. Other actively used parking areas shall maintain a minimum size of ten (10) feet by nineteen (19) feet.
Off-street loading spaces shall conform with all Bridgeton ordinances.
10. 
Signs.
All signage shall conform with the provisions of the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance. (See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances)
11. 
Construction Criteria.
Non-decorative concrete block (painted or unpainted) and ribbed-type painted metal panels (commonly used for pre-engineered metal building systems) shall not be permitted, except for roof top screening of equipment.
All subdivisions shall conform to the subdivision ordinances of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 400 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances.)
[Ord. No. 89-102, 12-15-1989; Ord. No. 99-86, 12-8-1999]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
1. 
Any use permitted in an "M-1" District, but not including residences or apartments, except such dwelling accommodations as may be needed to house a caretaker or watchman employed on the premises, and their families.
2. 
Railroad spur track, lead track, siding or other similar railroad facility.
3. 
Railroad tracks and associated structures, provided that the trackbed fill required is approved by the City Engineer with respect to adequacy of opening for the passage of floodwater.
2. 
Permitted Land Uses With Special Use Permits.
Any uses permitted with a special use permit in the "M-1" Limited Manufacturing District, except the extraction of gravel, sand or other raw materials and those permitted uses in (2) and (3) above.
3. 
Maximum Height of Structure.
The total height of any structures, other than those authorized by special use permit, shall not exceed one hundred (100) feet (eight (8) stories) above finished ground elevation.
4. 
Minimum Lot Area.
None.
5. 
Minimum Front Yard Setback.
Fifty (50) feet for buildings and structures.
Twenty (20) feet for parking spaces and aisles.
6. 
Minimum Side Yard Setback.
Fifteen (15) feet for lots abutting an "R" District, there shall be a rear yard of not less than twenty-five (25) feet.
7. 
Minimum Rear Yard Setback.
None except for lots abutting an "R" District, there shall be a rear yard of not less than thirty (30) feet.
8. 
Maximum Portion of Lot.
The maximum portion of any lot that may be utilized for buildings, parking structures, surface parking and loading facilities shall not exceed eighty-five percent (85%) of the lot area. All such lot area not utilized for the above-mentioned facilities shall be landscaped in a manner approved by the Design and Review Board. All such approved landscaping shall be maintained in good condition.
9. 
Off-Street Parking and Loading.
See Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
10. 
Sign Ordinances.
See Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances.
11. 
Performance Standards.
Same as those required for the "M-1" Limited Manufacturing District.
12. 
Access.
Corner lots that abut both Taussig Road and the interior street shall have access to the interior street only, unless the corner lot has at least four hundred (400) feet of frontage on Taussig Road, in which case a corner lot may have access to Taussig Road, provided the curb cut is located at least four hundred (400) feet from the intersection of the interior street with Taussig Road.
[Ord. No. 02-18, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 02-19, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 02-20, 4-3-2002; Ord. No. 02-45 § 1, 8-7-2002; Ord. No. 04-51 § 1, 10-20-2004]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
General office uses.
b. 
Research, design and development laboratories.
c. 
Wholesale distribution facilities.
d. 
Manufacture or assembly of heating or cooling appliances and sheet metal products, including refrigeration equipment.
e. 
Manufacture or assembly of medical and dental equipment, drafting, engineering, optical, watches, clocks, other precision instruments, toys, games and musical instruments.
f. 
Manufacture or assembly of electrical or electronic equipment and data processing equipment.
g. 
Printing, publishing and engraving, photographic processing or blueprinting.
h. 
Warehousing of durable goods, and warehouses.
i. 
Any other light manufacturing establishment or assembly of component parts into finished goods that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor, and is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
j. 
Public utility, electric substations and distribution centers and gas regulation centers.
k. 
Those "B" business or retail uses related to a particular "M" industrial activity or complex provided such businesses or retail uses shall not occupy over twenty percent (20%) of the gross floor area of any building.
l. 
Bakeries, commissaries for food preparation, distribution, warehousing, and crossdocking and warehousing of perishable and non-perishable products.
m. 
All permitted uses listed in the "M-1" Manufacturing District, as listed under Section 410.140(B)(1)(a—bf).
n. 
Turkey shoot, under the provisions of Section 205.570 and Section 205.580 of the Bridgeton City Code.
o. 
Restaurant; fast-food restaurant.
p. 
Selling of excess topsoil and sand and the crushing and removal of excess material.
[Ord. No. 16-19 §1, 6-15-2016]
q. 
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
r. 
Medical Marijuana Testing Facility.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
Minimum lot size — None.
3. 
Minimum Setbacks And Distances.
Minimum setbacks for buildings and parking structures:
Front
Twenty (20) feet for building and structures Fifteen (15) feet for parking spaces and aisles
Rear
Ten (10) feet
Side
Ten (10) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
Ninety (90) feet or six (6) stories above finished ground elevations, whichever is lower, except as provided in Section 410.050(B)(1) of the Zoning Ordinance.
5. 
Maximum Lot Coverage.
The maximum proportion of a lot that may be utilized for buildings, parking structures and surface parking and loading facilities shall be limited by the minimum setback and distances set forth above, provided that any platting or re-platting of land contained in the district shall have created common area devoted primarily to lakes and greenspace, which are equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the total area contained in the district.
6. 
Landscaping/Screening.
All portions of a lot not occupied by buildings, other structures and surface parking or loading facilities shall be appropriately landscaped and such landscaping shall be maintained in good condition. Any plant materials that die shall be replaced in kind in the next planting season.
Except as otherwise provided below, each building project shall include: a minimum of one (1) three and one-half inch (3 1/2") caliper tree for each thirty (30) linear feet of existing and proposed street or road frontage, which trees are to be planted between the right-of-way and building line. A minimum of twenty (20) trees per acre of developed land shall be required, except the number of trees may be reduced provided that alternative landscape materials are utilities subject to approval by the Design and Review Board.
7. 
Off-Street Parking And Loading.
All off-street parking and off-street loading facilities shall be provided, constructed and maintained in accordance with the provisions of Section 410.110 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance except as follows:
Minimum size of parking space shall be nine (9) by nineteen (19) feet exclusive of aisles and driveways for employee parking lots and parking areas not active to visitors and/or customers. Other actively used parking areas shall maintain a minimum size of ten (10) by nineteen (19) feet.
Off-street loading spaces shall conform with all Bridgeton ordinances.
8. 
Signs.
All signage shall conform with the provisions of the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance. See Chapter 515 of the Bridgeton City Code of Ordinances.
9. 
Construction Criteria.
Painted pre-cast or tilt-up panels shall be permitted. Metal pre-engineered buildings shall not be permitted.
All subdivisions shall conform to the subdivision ordinances of the City of Bridgeton. (See Chapter 400 of the Bridgeton Code of Ordinances).
10. 
Permitted Land Uses with Special Use Permit. The following uses shall be permitted only upon the granting of a special use permit as provided in Section 410.080 provided that they are conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
[Ord. No. 19-12, 8-7-2019]
a. 
Medical Marijuana Cultivation Facility.
b. 
Medical Marijuana-Infused Products Manufacturing Facility.
[Ord. No. 15-28 §1, 11-4-2015]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
Thrift/consignment store; thrift/consignment store drop-off center.
(1) 
All donation receiving shall occur during regular business hours or by appointment at the donation receiving area at the south side of the building.
(2) 
The outdoor placement of trailers, dumpsters, containers, bins, or boxes, that are visible from the public viewshed, for the purposes of receiving, storing, or staging of donations or merchandise is prohibited.
(3) 
Signage shall be posted in conspicuous locations in front of, behind, and inside the store informing the public that the unauthorized dropping off of donated merchandise either in front of or behind the store is prohibited. The text, number, and placement of such signs shall be as approved by the Planning and Zoning Administrator.
(4) 
Any merchandise dropped-off without permission by members of the general public after business hours shall be removed to an indoor location, or disposed of in a trash receptacle upon Staff arrival in the morning. If such activity occurs during hours when the thrift store is staffed, the entity shall act to halt the action and direct the person conducting the action to the appropriate method of donating merchandise.
b. 
Wholesale business.
c. 
Apparel and other products manufactured from textiles.
d. 
Truck, tractor, trailer or bus storage yard, but not including a truck terminal which shall be treated as a special use permit under the special use provisions of the M-1 zoning district.
e. 
Warehouses.
f. 
Business and/or professional office including governmental office.
g. 
Any other manufacturing establishment that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor, and is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
2. 
Minimum Lot Area.
None
3. 
Minimum front, rear and side yard setback requirements.
Front:
Fifty (50) feet for buildings and structures.
Fifteen (15) feet for parking spaces and aisles.
Side: Fifteen (15) feet
Rear: Zero (0) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
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 Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
5. 
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 Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
6. 
Minimum Open Space Requirements.
None
7. 
Landscaping.
All portions of a lot not occupied by buildings, other structures and surface parking or loading facilities shall be appropriately landscaped and such landscaping shall be maintained in good condition.
[Ord. No. 16-15 §2, 5-4-2016]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
The following are permitted land uses in this “M-3” District:
All permitted land uses listed or referenced as “permitted land uses” in the “M-1” Manufacturing District, Limited.
2. 
Permitted Land Uses With Special Use Permit.
The following uses shall be permitted in this “M-3” 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 “M-1” Manufacturing District, Limited.
3. 
Performance Standards.
All performance standards of the “M-1” Manufacturing District, Limited shall apply, except as shown differently on the site plan referenced above.
[Ord. No. 16-37 §2, 12-7-2016]
1. 
Permitted Land Uses.
a. 
Agriculture implement sales and repair establishment; provided that all repair services are conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
b. 
Air conditioning and heating sales and repair establishment; plumbing supply and repair establishment.
c. 
Building material sales when wholly conducted within an enclosed building; glass cutting and glazing establishment; roofing and sheet metal shop.
d. 
Business machine sales and repair; computer sales and repair; typewriter sales and repair.
e. 
Business and/or professional office, including governmental office.
f. 
Feed and seed store.
g. 
Food catering establishment.
h. 
Greenhouse; wholesale and retail florist.
i. 
Printing establishment; blueprinting and photostatting establishment; job printer; printing, publishing and/or distribution of books, magazines and/or newspapers; book bindery.
j. 
Wholesale business, provided that the business activity is conducted on the premises and the building is not used only for storage and/or warehousing.
k. 
Processing or assembling limited to the following:
(1) 
Advertising displays.
(2) 
Awnings, Venetian blinds and window shades.
(3) 
Bakeries.
(4) 
Brushes and brooms.
(5) 
Cosmetics, drugs and perfumes.
(6) 
Electrical equipment and appliances.
(7) 
Food processing, packaging and distribution.
(8) 
Ice cream.
(9) 
Jewelry.
(10) 
Medical and dental supplies.
(11) 
Optical goods and equipment.
(12) 
Pattern making.
(13) 
Scientific and precision instruments.
(14) 
Products from finished materials such as plastic, bond, cloth, cork, feathers, felt, fiber, paper, fur, glass, hair, horn, leather, precious or semi-precious stones, rubber, shell or yarn.
l. 
Animal hospital or kennel; veterinary clinic.
m. 
Automobile repair, major and minor, provided that the activity is conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
n. 
Automobile service station, including accessory convenience store, provided that:
(1) 
No pump islands and associated service aprons or drives are located within ten (10) feet of any street lot line; and
(2) 
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.
o. 
Boat sales and repair establishment, provided that repair services are conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
p. 
Recreational vehicle parking (including boats, trailers and motor homes); motor vehicle parking.
q. 
Car wash.
r. 
Contractor's office and shop.
s. 
Exterminating establishment.
t. 
Motor vehicle sales establishment (new and/or used), including accessory major and minor automobile repair services, provided that repair services are conducted wholly within an enclosed building, and that the parcel or contiguous parcels on which the establishment is located is at least two and three-quarters (2 3/4) acres in area and that any outdoor sales are visually screened from adjacent property in any "R" District.
u. 
Rental service establishment - any type except costume or formal ware, but not including motor vehicles except where incidental to a motor vehicle sales establishment.
v. 
Trailer or mobile homes sales and repair establishment; camper sales and repair establishment, provided that repair services are conducted wholly within an enclosed building.
w. 
Automobile painting, paintless dent removal, upholstering, repairing, reconditioning, automobile detailing and body and fender repairing when done within the confines of a structure or outside of a structure if within a fenced area immediately adjacent the primary structure.
x. 
Building equipment, building materials, lumber, coal, sand and gravel yards, and yards for contracting equipment, maintenance or operating equipment of public agencies or public utilities, or materials or equipment of similar nature.
y. 
Ground transportation, which includes small buses, vans, and/or limousine service; bus line shops and garages.
z. 
Canvas and canvas products.
aa. 
Carpet and rug cleaning.
bb. 
Carting, express hauling or storage yards.
cc. 
Ceramic products, pottery and glazed tile.
dd. 
Cleaning and dyeing establishments when employing facilities for handling more than one thousand (1,000) pounds of dry goods per day.
ee. 
Electric motors and generators.
ff. 
Engraving.
gg. 
Glass products, from previously manufactured glass.
hh. 
Heating appliances and sheet metal products, including stoves and ranges.
ii. 
Laundries, more than one thousand (1,000) pounds daily capacity.
jj. 
Machine shops and metal products manufacturing, when equipped with heavy (exceeding fifty (50) ton pressure) punch presses, drop forges, riveting and grinding machines or any other equipment which may create noise, vibration, smoke, odors, heat, glare or fire hazards, exceeding the performance standards made a part of this Section.
kk. 
Metal polishing and plating.
ll. 
Plastic products, but not including the processing of the raw materials.
mm. 
Rubber products (small) such as washers, gloves, footwear and bathing caps, but excluding rubber and synthetic rubber processing.
nn. 
Storage of household goods.
oo. 
Storage and sale of trailers, farm implements and other similar equipment on an open lot.
pp. 
Sporting and athletic equipment.
qq. 
Stone, marble and granite grinding and cutting.
rr. 
Tools and hardware, such as hand tools, bolts, nuts, screws, cutlery, house hardware, locks and plumbing appliances.
ss. 
Tool and die shops.
tt. 
Truck, tractor, trailer or bus storage yard.
uu. 
Warehouses.
vv. 
Any other manufacturing establishment that can be operated in compliance with the requirements of this Section without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes or vapor, and that is a use compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
ww. 
Restaurant, fast-food restaurant.
xx. 
Commercial and industrial dock facilities, open storage.
yy. 
Garages, public, for storage of private passenger automobiles and commercial vehicles under one and one-half (1 1/2) ton capacity.
zz. 
Outdoor sales or outdoor displays.
aaa. 
Outdoor yard, garden and nursery shop.
2. 
Minimum Lot Size.
None
3. 
Minimum Setback Requirements.
Front:
Fifty (50) feet for buildings and structures
Fifteen (15) feet for parking spaces and aisles
Side:
Fifteen (15) feet
Rear:
Zero (0) feet
4. 
Maximum Building Height.
The maximum height of buildings and structures shall be forty-five (45) feet above finished ground elevation, except as provided in Section 410.050 of the Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance, as amended.
5. 
Minimum Open Space Requirements.
None
6. 
Landscaping/Screening.
All portions of a lot not occupied by buildings, other structures and surface parking or loading facilities shall be appropriately landscaped and such landscaping shall be maintained in good condition.
7. 
Performance Standards.
All uses shall conform to the performance standards contained in Section 410.140(B)(3) of the Zoning Ordinance.
8. 
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 Bridgeton Zoning Ordinance.
9. 
Signage.
The development shall comply with the Bridgeton Sign Ordinance as detailed in Chapter 515 of the City Code of Ordinances.