The purpose of the River Corridors and Other Green Areas District is to provide for adequate protection and buffering of the City's waterways and other natural resources; assist in flood management, protect environmentally sensitive areas, and meet the need for local and regional greenways, open space, and recreation within the City.
The maximum impervious surface ratio, by right, in the district shall be 15%.
E2 Government services.
I2 Accessory office.
I3 Accessory structure.
I4 Temporary structure.
I6 Accessory parking area.
A1 Single-family detached dwelling.
A2 Single-family semidetached dwelling.
A3 Single-family attached dwelling.
A8 Residential lowrise.
A12 Mixed residential/business.
B1 Cultural activities and exhibitions.
C3 General merchandise.
C4 Food establishments.
C5 Eating and drinking places.
C6 Retail specialty establishments.
C10 Retail sales – large scale.
[Added 9-12-2018 by Ord. No. 5653]
D1 Information and data.
D3 Personal services.
D4 Business services.
D5 Repair services.
D6 Professional services.
D7 Administrative offices.
F10 Cottage industry.
H3 Parking lot/structure.
H4 Utility services.
The Table of Dimensional Criteria for the River Corridors and Other Green Areas (RC) District is located at the end of this chapter.
Communications facilities, including communications towers and communications antennas mounted on an existing public utility transmission tower, building or other structure and existing communications towers and communications equipment buildings, shall meet the requirements of Part 6, Communications Facility Regulations.
In addition to other design standards of this article pertaining to build-to lines, building height and impervious surface ratio, the context sensitive design standards of Article XXXV shall apply.
No drive-in uses shall be permitted.