York County Code of Ordinances

TITLE XV: LAND USAGE

CHAPTER 155: ZONING CODE

BookmarkCHAPTER 155: ZONING CODE
Section
General Provisions
   155.001   Authority
   155.002   Title
   155.003   Jurisdiction
   155.004   Overview
   155.005   Rules for interpretation of district boundaries
   155.006   Change to district boundaries
   155.007   Custodian of the Official Zoning and Development Standards Map
   155.008   Compliance with applicable district regulations
   155.009   Definitions
   155.010   Permitted uses and special exceptions
Agricultural Conservation District (AGC)
   155.020   Purpose
   155.021   Permitted uses
   155.022   Special exceptions
   155.023   Right to farm
Agricultural Conservation I District (ACG-I)
   155.035   Purpose
   155.036   Permitted uses
   155.037   Special exceptions
   155.038   Right to farm
Rural Development District (RUD)
   155.045   Purpose
   155.046   Permitted uses
   155.047   Special exceptions
Rural Development I District (RUD-I)
   155.060   Purpose
   155.061   Permitted uses
   155.062   Special exceptions
Residential Conservation I District (RC-I)
   155.075   Purpose
   155.076   Permitted uses
   155.077   Special exceptions
Residential Conservation II District (RC-II)
   155.090   Purpose
   155.091   Permitted uses
   155.092   Special exceptions
Residential Development I District (RD-I)
   155.100   Purpose
   155.101   Permitted uses
   155.102   Special exceptions
Residential Development II District (RD-II)
   155.110   Purpose
   155.111   Permitted uses
   155.112   Special exceptions
Business Development I District (BD-I): Convenience
   155.125   Purpose
   155.126   Permitted uses
Business Development II District (BD-II): Office and Institutional
   155.135   Purpose
   155.136   Permitted uses
Business Development III District (BD-III): General
   155.145   Purpose
   155.146   Permitted uses
   155.147   Special exceptions
Industrial Development District (ID)
   155.160   Purpose
   155.161   Permitted uses
   155.162   Special exceptions
Light Industrial District (LI)
   155.175   Purpose
   155.176   Permitted uses
   155.177   Special exceptions
Urban Development District (UD)
   155.190   Purpose
   155.191   Permitted uses
   155.192   Special exceptions
Planned Development District (PD)
   155.205   Purpose
   155.206   Permitted uses
   155.207   Single parcel development standards
   155.208   Multiparcel, residential subdivision or commercial park development standards
   155.209   General design criteria and development standards
   155.210   Submission process of site plan and application to zoning department for review
   155.211   Process for Planning Department review and conference
   155.212   Planning Department response to Planning Commission
   155.213   Actions by Planning Commission and County Council
   155.214   Planning Department action on approved PD amendment
   155.215   Changes in approved plans
   155.216   Required amenities and density bonuses for residential portions of planned developments
Traditional Neighborhood District (TND)
   155.225   Purpose
   155.226   District requirements
   155.227   Traditional Neighborhood Development model
   155.228   Definitions
   155.229   Administrative procedures
   155.230   Permitted uses
   155.231   Prohibited uses
   155.232   Special exceptions
   155.233   Development standards; required land use ratios
   155.234   Density distribution and allowable densities
   155.235   General lot development standards
   155.236   Types of public use lots
   155.237   Ownership and maintenance of public use lots, greenways, and civic use buildings
   155.238   Street development standards
   155.239   Street standards
   155.240   Encroachment permitting (excluding utilities)
   155.241   Parking and loading standards
   155.242   Utilities
   155.243   Tree requirements for residential lots
Abandoned Cemeteries Overlay
   155.255   Purpose
   155.256   Administration
Airport Overlay
   155.270   Purpose
   155.271   Definitions
   155.272   Airport overlay district zones
   155.273   Applicability
   155.274   Development standards
   155.275   Permits, changes in use, nonconforming, and variances
Arterial Roads Development Standards Overlay District
   155.285   Purpose
   155.286   Definition
   155.287   Access
   155.288   [Reserved]
   155.289   Landscaping
   155.290   Off-street parking
   155.291   Utilities
   155.292   Grandfather clause
Lake Wylie and Catawba River Buffers
   155.320   Lake Wylie and Catawba River Buffers established
   155.321   Lake Wylie and Catawba River Buffers defined
   155.322   Nonconforming uses, exemptions and alternate requirements
   155.323   Definitions
   155.324   Basic requirements for all lots
   155.325   Waiver
   155.326   Approval procedures for permitted activities
   155.327   Inspections required
   155.328   Sale provision
   155.329   Appeals from decisions of zoning administrator
   155.330   Variance application requirements
   155.331   Violations and penalties
Lake Wylie Zoning Overlay District
   155.340   Purpose and intent
   155.341   Lake Wylie Overlay boundary
   155.342   Lake Wylie Overlay application regulation
   155.343   Lake Wylie Overlay sign regulations and standards
   155.344   Landscaping
   155.345   Other site planning standards
   155.346   Variances
   155.347   Temporary prohibition of new development
Scenic Overlay District
   155.360   Purpose
   155.361   Permitted uses
AGC and RUD Significant Historical and Architectural Sites Overlay
   155.370   Purpose and intent
   155.371   Historically and architecturally significant sites identified and listed
   155.372   Regulations imposed for development or subdivision of property including or property adjacent to historically or architecturally significant sites
   155.373   Destruction, removal or renovation of historically or architecturally significant structures; permit required
Preservation Tax Incentive
   155.375   Special tax assessment created
   155.376   Purpose
   155.377   Eligible properties
   155.378   Eligible rehabilitation
   155.379   Process
Transportation Corridor Preservation Overlay
   155.385   Purpose and intent
   155.386   Relation to generally required setback
   155.387   Administration
   155.388   Protection from encroachment
   155.389   Establishment of setbacks
   155.390   List of roads
Zoning District Development Standards
   155.400   Purpose and definition of bufferyards
   155.401   Location of bufferyards
   155.402   Determination of bufferyard requirements
   155.403   Responsibility for bufferyard
   155.404   Bufferyard specifications
   155.405   Bufferyard substitutions
   155.406   Use of bufferyards
   155.407   Bufferyards part of required yards
   155.408   Minimum plant size
   155.409   Required maintenance
   155.410   Clear cutting of bufferyards prohibited
   155.411   Required bufferyard
   155.412   Bufferyard tables
   155.413   Buffer requirements for expansion of existing manufactured home parks as a permitted use in the RD-II and UD district
Additional Requirements
   155.425   Curb cuts
   155.426   Erosion and sediment control requirements
   155.427   Impervious surface ration requirements
   155.428   Lot development requirements
   155.429   Residential density requirements in the RC, RD and BD-III zoning districts
   155.430   Open space requirements
Parking (Off-Street) and Loading
   155.440   Design standards
   155.441   Handicap parking space requirements
   155.442   Joint use of off-street parking lots
   155.443   Land to provide parking
   155.444   Off-street loading requirements
   155.445   Off-street parking requirements
   155.446   Parking, storage and use of certain vehicles
   155.447   Reduction of off-street parking space
Setup Standards for Single-Family Residential Dwellings
   155.460   Development standards
Sign Regulations
   155.470   Purpose
   155.471   Definitions
   155.472   Procedures
   155.473   General provisions
   155.474   Prohibited signs
   155.475   Signs not requiring a zoning compliance
   155.476   Signs for which a zoning compliance is required
   155.477   Sign regulations in the PD District
   155.478   Temporary signs for which a zoning compliance is required
   155.479   Removal, impoundment and destruction of signs
   155.480   Outdoor advertising displays
   155.481   Reader boards
Supplemental Regulations
   155.490   General
   155.491   Uses not permitted are prohibited
   155.492   Encroachment, reduction of lot area
   155.493   Measurement of front yard setback abutting street rights-of-way
   155.494   Modification of yard regulations
   155.495   Structures projecting into required yards
   155.496   Building height requirements and exceptions to height
   155.497   Public service uses
   155.498   Home occupations and cottage industries
   155.499   Conservation subdivisions
   155.500   Purpose and applicability
   155.501   General design standards
   155.502   Liability agreement
   155.503   Solar energy facilities
   155.504   Outdoor lighting standards
   155.505   Small wireless facilities
Communication Tower Public Service Use Requirements
   155.510   Definitions
   155.511   Approval requirements and criteria
   155.512   Appeals and variances
   155.513   Application requirements
   155.514   General requirements
   155.515   Development standards for towers
   155.516   Addition or change of antennae to existing towers
   155.517   Applicability
Tree Conservation
   155.530   Introduction and statement of purpose
   155.531   Jurisdiction
   155.532   Definitions
   155.533   Residential development standards
   155.534   Nonresidential standards
   155.535   Incentives for existing tree retention
   155.536   Permitting and verification requirements
   155.537   Maintenance requirements and reinspections for nonresidential sites
   155.538   Enforcement
   155.539   Appendices and guidelines
Nonconforming Uses
   155.550   Grandfather clause
   155.551   Nonconforming lots of record
   155.552   Change of nonconforming use
   155.553   Expansion of use within existing building
   155.554   Nonconforming buildings
   155.555   Discontinuance of nonconforming use
   155.556   Temporary/replacement of nonconforming uses
   155.557   Intermittent use
   155.558   Nonconforming signs
   155.559   Replacement of an existing single-family dwelling
   155.560   Expansions to nonconforming uses and nonconforming structures
Amendments
   155.570   Amendment authorization and procedure
   155.571   Initiation of amendment
   155.572   Planning Commission report
   155.573   Declaration of policy
   155.574   Public hearing and notice thereof
   155.575   Action by County Council
   155.576   Resubmission of denied application
   155.577   Amendment requests where lands or uses thereon are in violation of this chapter
   155.578   Proposed changes to this chapter
   155.579   Conditional approvals
Administration
   155.590   Administration officer and responsibilities
   155.591   Appeal from the decision of the zoning administrator
   155.592   Appeals, hearing and notice
   155.593   Appeals from decisions of the Zoning Board of Appeals
   155.594   Application for zoning compliance
   155.595   Development permits and use zoning compliances required
   155.596   Zoning compliance approval for new or altered uses
   155.597   Zoning approvals, temporary or conditional
   155.598   Construction and use to be as provided in applications, site plans, zoning compliances and approvals
   155.599   Establishment of Zoning Board of Appeals
   155.600   Decisions of the Zoning Board of Appeals
   155.601   Powers and duties of the Zoning Board of Appeals
   155.602   Proceedings of the Zoning Board of Appeals
   155.603   Schedule of fees and charges
   155.604   Interpretation and conflict
   155.605   Validity
Recreation Tax District
   155.615   Creation and establishment
   155.616   Levy of ad valorem taxes
Bethel Rural Fire District
   155.625   Creation and establishment
   155.626   Levy of ad valorem taxes
Lake Wylie Parks and Recreation District
   155.630   Creation and establishment
   155.631   Levy of ad valorem taxes
 
   155.999   Penalty
Tree Ordinance Appendices and Guidelines
   Appendix A-1:   Planting detail - single stem tree
   Appendix A-2:   Planting detail - multi stem tree
   Appendix A-3:   Planting on a slope
   Appendix A-4:   Overhead power lines
   Appendix B-1:   Tree protection checklist
   Appendix B-2:   Tree protection plan requirements
   Appendix B-3:   Tree protection detail
   Appendix C-1:   Approved species list for York County Tree Ordinance planting requirements
   Guideline A:      Damaged/threatened tree definitions
   Guideline B:      Permit for tree work
   Guideline C:      Conservation/preservation guidelines
   Guideline D-1:   Planting area requirements and recommendations
   Guideline D-2:   Avoid sight conflicts
   Guideline D-3:   Prevent site conflicts
   Guideline D-4:   Watering of trees
Zoning and Development Standards Appendices
   Appendix A - Exhibit 1:   Major collector (w/curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 2:   Minor collector (w/curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 3:   Minor collector (w/o curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 4:   Local (parking on one side)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 5:   Local (no parking)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 6:   Traffic calming techniques
   Appendix A - Exhibit 7:   Major collector (with curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 8:   Major collector (w/o curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 9:   Minor collector (w/ curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 10:   Minor collector (w/o curb and gutter)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 11:   Local (parking on one side)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 12:   Local (no parking)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 13:   Local (Forecourt)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 14:   Local (close)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 15:   Alley (secondary access drive)
   Appendix A - Exhibit 16:   Application for encroachment permit
   Appendix B - Exhibit 1:   Deceleration lanes - commercial/industrial and residential
   Appendix B - Exhibit 2:   Deceleration lanes - commercial/industrial and residential
   Appendix B - Exhibit 3:   Permitted ground signs and prohibited pole sign
   Appendix B - Exhibit 4:   Catawba River buffer (map view) comprised of the primary and secondary buffers combined
   Appendix B - Exhibit 5:   Sight distance triangles
   Appendix C - Exhibit 1:   Utility lines and easements
   Appendix C - Exhibit 2:   Front bufferyard
   Appendix C - Exhibit 3:   Required buffer for expansion of an existing manufactured home park
   Appendix C - Exhibit 4:   Minimum lot width
   Appendix C - Exhibit 5:   Future development
   Appendix C - Exhibit 6A:   Alternate lot lay-outs
   Appendix C - Exhibit 6B:   Minimum lot width
   Appendix C - Exhibit 7:   Vinyl manufactured home kit installation setup standards
   Appendix C - Exhibit 8:   Sign height
   Appendix C - Exhibit 9A:   Sign area
   Appendix C - Exhibit 9B:   Wall area
   Appendix C - Exhibit 10:   Ground sign height
   Appendix C - Exhibit 11:   Directory sign area
   Appendix C - Exhibit 12:   Sign types
   Appendix D - Exhibit 1:   Code of York County performance standards agreement
   Appendix D - Exhibit 2:   Airport overlay district airport land use protection zone disclosure statement
   Appendix D - Exhibit 3:   Airport field height and hazard map
   Appendix D - Exhibit 4:   Airport land use protection zone map
   Appendix D - Exhibit 5:   Bethel Rural Fire District Map
   Appendix D - Exhibit 6:   Lake Wylie Zoning Overlay District Map

GENERAL PROVISIONS

GENERAL PROVISIONS

§ 155.001 AUTHORITY.

Bookmark§ 155.001  AUTHORITY.
   In pursuance of authority conferred by the South Carolina Local Government Comprehensive Planning Enabling Act of 1994, Title 6, Chapter 29, and for purposes of guiding development in accordance with existing and future needs and in order to protect, promote and improve the public health, safety, morals, convenience, order, appearance, prosperity, and general welfare; lessening congestion in the streets; securing safety from fire, panic and other dangers; providing adequate light and air; preventing the overcrowding of land; avoiding undue concentration of population; protecting scenic areas; facilitating the adequate provision of transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks, and other public requirements; promoting desirable living conditions and the sustained stability of neighborhoods; protecting property against blight and depreciation; securing economy in governmental expenditures; conserving the value of land and buildings; and encouraging the most appropriate use of land and buildings and structures; the County Council of York County does ordain and enact into law the following sections.
(‘77 Code, § 19-37)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.002 TITLE.

Bookmark§ 155.002  TITLE.
   This chapter will be known as the Zoning and Development Standards Ordinance of York County.
(‘77 Code, § 19-38)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.003 JURISDICTION.

Bookmark§ 155.003  JURISDICTION.
   The regulations set forth herein will apply to all land and improvements thereon in the unincorporated areas of York County, South Carolina.
(‘77 Code, § 19-39)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.004 OVERVIEW.

Bookmark§ 155.004  OVERVIEW.
   (A)   The purposes of this chapter are to implement the comprehensive plan and to protect and promote the public health, safety and general welfare of the county by providing for the orderly development of land within the county.
   (B)   The boundaries of the Zoning and Development Standards Districts are shown on a map or maps entitled, Official Zoning and Development Standards Map(s), York County, South Carolina, which together with all explanatory matter thereon is adopted by reference and declared to be a part of this chapter.  The Official Zoning and Development Standard Maps will be entitled by the signature of the County Council chairperson, and attested by the county manager, together with the date of the adoption of this chapter, and will be filed in the office of the zoning administrator/county manager.
   (C)   In order to advance the purpose of these regulations, the unincorporated areas of York County are partitioned into the following zoning and development districts:
      (1)   AGC: Agricultural Conservation District;
      (2)   AGC-I: Agricultural Conservation I District;
      (3)   RUD: Rural Development District;
      (4)   RUD-I: Rural Development I District;
      (5)   RC-I: Residential Conservation I District;
      (6)   RC-II: Residential Conservation II District;
      (7)   RD-I: Residential Development I District;
      (8)   RD-II: Residential Development II District;
      (9)   BD-I: Business Development I District;
      (10)   BD-II: Business Development II District;
      (11)   BD-III: Business Development III District;
      (12)   ID: Industrial Development District;
      (13)   LI: Light Industrial Development District;
      (14)   UD: Urban Development District;
      (15)   TND: Traditional Neighborhood District;
      (16)   PD: Planned Development District;
      (17)   HD: Historic District.
   (D)   These zoning districts are designed as classifications that stand on their own.  However, certain zoning district regulations are supplemented through, and read in conjunction with, provisions set forth within overlay zones, whose regulations, in the event of a conflict with the provisions of the underlying district, shall control over the requirements of the district. Each zoning district has several principal (permitted) uses that can be placed on the existing parcel, provided applicable development standards are met.  One typical development standard, known as building setbacks, is the location of the proposed structure in relationship to road rights-of-way, property lines and existing structures.  A variance can be requested for any development standard required in a zoning district, but variances cannot be requested from definitions or provisions contained within definitions, or from district or overlay boundary lines.  Changes to a development standard must receive permission from the York County Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA).  The ZBA will review the application (site plan) and conduct a public hearing.  Based on community concerns, the information received from the applicant, topographic constraints and the probable impact of the request, the ZBA may deny the request, approve the request, or approve the request with conditions.  A few uses are listed as special exceptions.  These uses must receive special permission from the ZBA.  The ZBA will review the application (site plan) and conduct a public hearing.  Based on community concerns, the information received from the applicant, and the probable impact of the request, the ZBA may deny the request, approve the request, or approve the request with conditions.
   (E)   A parcel of property cannot be used for any proposed purpose which is not specifically listed in the zoning district.  A rezoning of the property may be requested in cases where a different use is preferred.  The York County Council will review the application (site plan) and conduct a public hearing.  A change in zoning classification must receive approval by the York County Council.  Based on community concerns received as a part of the public hearing process, the information received from the applicant, the land use plan/map, the staff review, and the probable impact of the petition, the York County Council may deny or approve the request.  The land use plan/map is a guide to assist York County in deciding how areas should be developed.
   (F)   As the county continues to experience development pressures due to growth, new technology, market demands, health and environmental concerns, and the like, the land use plan/maps are revised.  Community participation is encouraged during these updates.  In addition, a particular area of locality might experience special development pressures that warrant the placement of additional development standards that apply only to that area.  The base ordinance and development standards apply to these areas and the more protective standards are in addition to the ordinance’s standards.  These special development regulations are referred to as special districts or overlays.
   (G)   Many properties have requirements and restrictions listed by the deed known as protective covenants or deed restrictions.  These requirements do not supersede zoning standards and York County cannot enforce these restrictions.
   (H)   Some districts are further governed by overlay zones, which place additional requirements, limitations and prohibitions (and, in some instances, may lessen the requirements) upon the underlying zoning district, whose geographic boundaries do not coincide with the boundary of the zone.  In interpreting the regulations specified by the overlay zone, the requirements of the overlay zone take precedence and control over the requirements set forth in the underlying district.  Variances may not be granted to the geographic boundaries of the overlay zones.
(‘77 Code, § 19-40)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00; Am. Ord. 1500, passed 4-3-00; Am. Ord. 3506, passed 9-18-06; Am. Ord. 907, passed 6-18-07)

§ 155.005 RULES FOR INTERPRETATION OF DISTRICT BOUNDARIES.

Bookmark§ 155.005  RULES FOR INTERPRETATION OF DISTRICT BOUNDARIES.
   Where uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of districts as shown on the Official Zoning and Development Standards Map, the following rules will apply:
   (A)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following the centerlines of streets, highways, or roads will be construed to follow the centerlines;
   (B)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following platted lot lines will be construed as following the lot lines;
   (C)   Boundaries indicated as approximately following political boundaries will be construed as following such lines;
   (D)   Boundaries indicated as following the centerline of waterways, creeks, and ditches will be construed as following these lines;
   (E)   Boundaries indicated as parallel to or an extension of features indicated in divisions (A) through (D) of this section will be so construed.  Distances not specifically indicated on the Official Zoning and Development Standards Map will be determined by the scale of the map;
   (F)   When it is determined by the zoning administrator that properties are replatted to form a more orderly configuration based on topographic features or poor surveying practices, the zoning district can be adjusted to the new lines.  This provision does not provide for the alteration of zoning lines to accommodate additional development, lots, or financial gain.
   (G)   When it is found by the zoning administrator that a parcel or tract of land is not zoned, the property in question will be subject to the provisions of the RC-I District.  The Planning Commission will, as soon as practicable, recommend an appropriate zoning for the property in question.  No rezoning or application fee will be required in these instances.
(‘77 Code, § 19-41)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.006 CHANGE TO DISTRICT BOUNDARIES.

Bookmark§ 155.006  CHANGE TO DISTRICT BOUNDARIES.
   (A)   When (in accordance with the provisions of this chapter) changes are made in district boundaries, or other matters portrayed on the Official Zoning and Development Standards Map, the changes will be entered on the map(s) promptly after the amendment has been approved by County Council.  Any amendment to this chapter which involves matters portrayed on the map(s) will become effective immediately upon approval.
   (B)   No change of any nature will be made on the Official Zoning Land Development Standards Map, except in conformity with the procedures set forth by this chapter.  Any unauthorized change of whatever kind by any person or persons will be considered a violation of this chapter and punishable as provided by law, the York County Code and this chapter.
(‘77 Code, § 19-42)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.007 CUSTODIAN OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS MAP.

Bookmark§ 155.007  CUSTODIAN OF THE OFFICIAL ZONING AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS MAP.
   Regardless of the existence of purported copies of the Official Zoning and Development Standards Map(s) which may from time to time be made or published, the official map(s) which will be located in the office of planning and development services will be the final authority as to the current zoning status of land and water areas, buildings and other structures in York County.
(‘77 Code, § 19-43)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00)

§ 155.008 COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE DISTRICT REGULATIONS.

Bookmark§ 155.008  COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE DISTRICT REGULATIONS.
   No building, structure or land will hereafter be used, and no building, structure or part thereof will be erected, reconstructed, converted, enlarged, moved or structurally altered, unless in compliance with applicable district regulations and overlay zone regulations set forth herein and elsewhere in this chapter.
(‘77 Code, § 19-44)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00; Am. Ord. 3506, passed 9-18-06)

§ 155.009 DEFINITIONS.

Bookmark§ 155.009  DEFINITIONS.
   For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   AASHTO.  American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials.
   ABUTTING. Lying immediately next to, sharing a common wall or lot line, or separated by only a public roadway.
   ACCESSORY BUILDING.   A building subordinate to and separated from the principal building on a lot, which is used for purposes customarily incidental to those of the main building.  Buildings will be considered accessory only when a principal structure has been constructed or permitted on the parcel where the accessory building is to be located unless otherwise specified in § 155.428(A).
   ACCESSORY DWELLING.  A secondary dwelling established in conjunction with, and clearly subordinate to, a primary dwelling unit on the same lot, whether a part of the same structure as the primary dwelling unit or in a detached structure.
   ACCESSORY USE.   A subordinate use which is incidental to, separated from, and customarily associated with the principal building or use and which is located on the same lot with the principal use.  ACCESSORY USES are prohibited on vacant lots unless otherwise specified in § 155.428(A).
   ADEQUATE PUBLIC FACILITIES.  Facilities determined to be capable of supporting and servicing the physical area and designated intensity of the proposed subdivision as determined by the County Council based upon specific levels of service adopted by the county.
   ADJACENT.  Abutting or located within 100 feet of the property from which adjacency is determined, exclusive of land within the public rights-of-way or easements.
   ADOPTED LEVEL OF SERVICE. The level of service for a public facility as determined by the county.
   ADULT BOOKSTORE.  An establishment that has a substantial portion of its stock-in-trade and offers for sale, for any form of consideration, any one or more of the following:
      (1)   Books, magazines, periodicals, or other printed matter, or photographs, films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slides, digital materials, or other visual representations that are characterized by an emphasis upon the depiction or description of specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas; or
      (2)   Instruments, devices, or paraphernalia that are designed for use in connection with specified sexual activities.
   ADULT CABARET.  A nightclub, bar, restaurant, or similar establishment that regularly features live performances that are characterized by the exposure of specified anatomical areas or by specified sexual activities, or films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slides, digital materials, or other photographic reproductions in which a substantial portion of the total presentation time is devoted to the showing of material that is characterized by an emphasis upon the depiction or description of specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas.
   ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ESTABLISHMENT.  An establishment including, but not limited to, adult bookstores, adult cabarets, adult motion picture theaters, adult theaters, sexual encounter establishments and any other establishment which contains activities characterized by the performance, depiction or description of “specified sexual activities,” or “specified anatomical areas.” NOTE:  An establishment where a person appears in a state of nudity as part of a modeling class will not be construed as an adult entertainment establishment or a sexual encounter establishment if the establishment is operated:
      (1)   By a proprietary school, licensed by the State of South Carolina, a college, junior college, or university supported entirely or partly by taxation;
      (2)   By a private college or university which maintains and operates educational programs in which credits are transferable to a college, junior college, or university supported entirely or partly by taxation; or
      (3)   In a structure;
         (a)   Which has no sign visible from the exterior of the structure and no other advertising that indicates a nude person is available for viewing;
         (b)   Where, in order to participate in the class, a student must enroll at least three days in advance of the class; and
         (c)   Where no more than one nude model is on the premises at any one time.
   ADULT MOTION PICTURE THEATER.  An establishment where, for any form of consideration, films, motion pictures, video cassettes, slides, digital materials, or similar photographic reproductions are shown, and in which a substantial portion of the total presentation time is devoted to the showing of material characterized by an emphasis on the depiction or description of specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas.
   ADULT THEATER.  A theater, concert hall, auditorium, or similar establishment characterized by activities featuring the exposure of specified anatomical areas or by specified sexual activities.
   AGRICULTURE. Agricultural purposes include, without limitation, the art or science of cultivating the ground, including harvesting of crops, grains and seed crops; the science and art of growing, developing, processing, conditioning, or selling of hybrid seed corn, seed beans, seed oats, other farm seeds; tillage; husbandry; farming, production, keeping, or maintenance of plants and animals useful to man, including but not limited to, forages and sod crops; dairy animals and dairy products; poultry and poultry products; livestock, including beef cattle, sheep, swine, horses, ponies, mules, goats, bees or any mutations or hybrids thereof, including the breeding, feeding and grazing of any or all such animals; bees and apiary products; fur-bearing animals; trees and forest products; fruits of all kinds, nuts and berries; vegetables; nursery, floral, ornamental and greenhouse products; or lands devoted to a soil conservation or forestry management program including to a variable extent, the preparation of these products for man’s use.
   AIRCRAFT.  Any machine or device, including airplanes, helicopters, gliders, and dirigibles, capable of atmospheric flight.
   AIRPORT.  Any area of land or water designed and set aside for the landing and take off of aircraft, including all necessary facilities for the housing and maintenance of aircraft.
   APPLICATION, NEW.  Any application for approval of a development permit pursuant to the zoning ordinance and/or subdivision regulations, which application was not complete and filed on or before the effective date of this section.
   AREA, GROSS. The entire area within the boundary lines of the property proposed for subdivision/development, including any areas to be dedicated/reserved for street and alley rights-of-way and for public uses.
   AVERAGE DAILY TRAFFIC.  The average number of trips generated each day by a use in accordance with the latest edition of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Trip Generation Manual.
   BAR.  Any establishment, whether public or operated as a private club, including cocktail lounges, taverns, and the like, serving an adult clientele whose primary business (51% of gross income) is the sale of alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, for consumption on the premises, and where the purchase of food is at the option of the customers and not required by the operator.  The sale of alcoholic beverages, beer and wine must be licensed by the State Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
   BED AND BREAKFAST INN.  A house or portion thereof where short-term lodging rooms are provided for compensation and a full or continental breakfast is served.  The operator of the inn must live in the house or in an adjacent structure.
   BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICE (BMP).  A BMP utilizes appropriate measures, an activity or a structure, to control the quantity of stormwater runoff and to aid in the control of erosion and sediment.
   BREWERY.  A facility that commercially produces beers and similar beverages on site. A BREWERY is not considered a brewpub or tap room and must adhere to all applicable state laws that regulate breweries.
   BREWPUB.  A restaurant and limited-production beer producer that sells specialty beers on-site. A BREWPUB is not considered a brewery or tap room and must adhere to all applicable state laws that regulate brewpubs.
   BUILDING.  Any structure having a roof supported by columns or walls for the shelter or enclosure of persons, animals or property.
   BUILDING FRONTAGE. The vertical wall area between the foundation and roof cornice on any side of a building facing a street and providing a customer entrance.
   BUILDING, HEIGHT OF.  The vertical distance from the finished grade to:
      (1)   The highest point of a flat roof, gable, hip and gambrel roofs; or
      (2)   The deck line of a mansard roof.
   BUILDING SETBACK LINE.  A line establishing the minimum allowable distance between the nearest portion of any building excluding unenclosed steps, gutters, and similar fixtures, and the property line/road right-of-way, when measured perpendicularly thereto.  NOTE:  Required bufferyards may increase the minimum allowable distance.
   BUFFERYARD.  A dedicated strip of land with natural or planted vegetation located adjacent to a property line(s) and/or road right-of-way(s) intended to separate and partially obstruct the sound and view of two adjacent land uses or properties from one another.  A BUFFERYARD may include required fences, berms and plantings as contained herein.
   CAMPGROUND.  Any area, place, parcel or tract of land which is occupied or intended for occupancy and facilities are established or maintained, wholly or in part, for the overnight accommodations of outdoor camping units for periods not to exceed 15 days.
   CAMPING UNIT.  A cabin, cottage, tent, tent trailer, travel trailer, camping trailer, pickup camper or recreational vehicle used as temporary living quarters or shelter during periods of recreation, vacation, leisure time or travel.  Manufactured homes are expressly prohibited.
   CAMPSITE.  Any designated area for camping within a campground used or intended for occupation by the camping unit.
   CEMETERY.  An area used, dedicated or designated for the burial of the deceased, including any one or combination of:
      (1)   Perpetual care cemeteries;
      (2)   Burial parks for earth interment;
      (3)   Mausoleums;
      (4)   Columbariums;
      (5)   Graves and graveyards;
      (6)   Abandoned cemeteries.
   CLUB.  Buildings and facilities owned or operated by a corporation, association, person or persons for  social, educational, or recreational purposes, but not for profit and do not render a service which is customarily carried on as a business.
   CLUSTER SUBDIVISION. A form of development that provides reduced lot area while maintaining the same number of lots and overall density.  Buildings are concentrated on a part of the site, permitting the remaining land area to be devoted to open space, active recreation areas, environmentally-sensitive land preserves or agriculture.
   COMMERCIAL OUTDOOR RECREATION.  A use that provides continuous or seasonal recreation/entertainment oriented activities. Activities are primarily outdoors, but may include ancillary indoor activities (restaurants, concessions, locker rooms, bathrooms, and the like). COMMERCIAL OUTDOOR RECREATION includes, but is not limited to, tennis courts, swimming pools, parks and play fields, golf courses, golf driving ranges, miniature golf courses, zip line facilities, natural public swimming areas, skate parks, basketball courts, frisbee golf courses, water parks, splash parks, go cart tracks, velodromes, batting ranges, hunt clubs, and climbing wall facilities.
   COMPATIBLE.  Buildings, structures, activities or uses that can coexist without infringing on the normal use and enjoyment of the adjacent properties.
   COMPOST.  A humus-like organic material, produced from composting, that has been stabilized to a degree that is potentially beneficial to plant growth and usable as a soil conditioner, top soil, growing medium amendment, or other similar uses to buffer the soil pH, improve soil aggregation and tilth, reduce erosion, enhance water infiltration and retention, increase soil porosity and aeration, slow the rate of temperature change in soil, provide food for soil microorganisms, or enhance availability of micronutrients in soils.
   COMPOSTING.  Processing organic material in a controlled environment to produce a stable product by microbiologically degrading organic matter under aerobic conditions.
   COMPOSTING FACILITY.  A facility where organic matter that is derived primarily from off-site is to be processed by composting and/or is processed for commercial purposes. Activities of a COMPOSTING FACILITY may include management, collection, transportation, staging, composting, curing, storage, marketing, or use of compost.
   CONSERVATION AREAS.  Areas that are reserved for agricultural, conservation or recreational purposes.
   CONSTRUCTION VEHICLE.  Vehicle weighing 2,000 pounds or more that is used for any off-site development activity, excluding licensed automobiles, vans or pickup trucks.
   CONTIGUOUS.  In contact with, abutting, adjoining, or touching another parcel or structure.
   COTTAGE INDUSTRY. A home-based business that requires issuance of a special use permit and compliance with specific limitations established in § 155.498.
   COUNTY ENGINEER.  The appointed York County Engineer or designee.
   DAY CARE FACILITIES.  Includes:
      (1)   FAMILY DAY CARE HOME.  A home in which care is given to no more than six children, including the day care parent’s own children, at any one time, and is registered or licensed as such with the South Carolina Department of Social Services.
      (2)   CHILD CARE CENTER.  Will mean or include any home, center, agency, or place, however styled, where children not related to the operator are received for custodial care, apart from their parents whether for compensation, reward, or otherwise, during part or all of the day or night and upon any number of successive days or nights, and is registered or licensed as such with the South Carolina Department of Social Services.  NOTE: This definition includes group day care homes.
   DENSITY, GROSS. The number of dwelling units located or proposed to be located on a parcel divided by the area of the gross area of the parcel.
   DENSITY, NET. The number of dwelling units divided by the net acreage of the residential and open space property.  Net acreage shall be gross acreage minus land within floodways, wetlands or areas with a slope greater than 15%.
   DEVELOPMENT.  The planning for or carrying out of a building activity or mining operation, the making of a material change in the use or appearance of any structure or property, or the subdivision of land.  DEVELOPMENT, as designated in a regulation or development permit, includes the planning for and all other activity customarily associated with it unless otherwise specified.  When appropriate to the context, DEVELOPMENT refers to the planning for or the act of developing or to the result of development.  Reference to a specific operation is not intended to mean that the operation or activity, when part of other operations or activities, is not DEVELOPMENT.  Reference to particular operations is not intended to limit the generality of this item.
   DEVELOPMENT PERMIT. Any of the following forms of development approvals pursuant to the zoning ordinance, subdivision regulations, annexation agreements, planned development master plan, or similar regulations:
      (1)   Any building permit.
      (2)   Any preliminary subdivision plat or final subdivision plat.
      (3)   Any site plan or planned development.
      (4)   Any variance, special use or special exception.
      (5)   Any zoning district boundary change, or any amendment to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan of York County, which increases the density or intensity of development, or which changes lot sizes or lot configurations.
      (6)   Any other permit, permission, master plan, plan, or approval issued by York County which authorizes development and which permit, permission, master plan, plan, or approval is not exempted.
   DHEC.  South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
   DISTRICT.  An area of land wherein regulations of this chapter are uniform.
   DRIVE-THROUGH ESTABLISHMENT. An establishment that provides or is designed to provide goods or services to persons in their cars at a window in an area through which cars must pass.
   DWELLING UNIT.  A single unit providing independent living facilities for one or more persons, including provisions for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation.
   DWELLING UNIT TYPES. As follows:
      (1)   APARTMENT.  An apartment is a rented/leased, detached or attached, residential dwelling unit(s) located on property owned jointly known as common area.  Common areas are deed restricted, indicating parking, access, yards, open space/bufferyards and maintenance arrangements of the property and amenities areas.  Dwelling units and property cannot be individually owned.
      (2)   CONDOMINIUM.  An individually owned, detached or attached, residential dwelling unit(s) located on property owned jointly known as common area.  Common areas are deed restricted, indicating parking, access, yards, open space/bufferyards and maintenance arrangements of the property and amenities areas.  Property cannot be conveyed with the unit(s).
      (3)   DUPLEX.  A building (designed exclusively for residential purposes) with two dwelling units attached, each one having one common wall with the other.  A duplex must be constructed on an individual lot with private yards on all four sides.
      (4)   MANUFACTURED HOME (“MOBILE HOME”).  A single-family residence (designed exclusively for residential purposes) on an individual lot with private yards on all four sides.  The manufactured home must be approved by the Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  The manufactured home (a structure transportable in one or more sections) must be a minimum of eight body feet or more in width and 32 body feet or more in length, and built on a permanent chassis designed with or without a permanent foundation when connected to required utilities, and includes the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, and electrical systems contained therein.  Sectional homes and “double wide homes” (consisting of two or more sections) must be factory-fabricated and designed specifically for the purpose of creating one single-family residence.
      (5)   MODULAR HOME.  A single-family residence (designed exclusively for residential purposes) on an individual lot with private yards on all four sides.  The MODULAR HOME is manufactured off-site and transported to the point of use for permanent erection.  The MODULAR HOME must be approved by the South Carolina Building Code Council and set up in accordance with the Southern Building Code and South Carolina Modular Construction Act.
      (6)   PATIO HOME. A site-built structure designed exclusively for residential purposes, typically constructed on a reduced size lot that orients outdoor activity with rear or side yard patio areas for better use of the site for outdoor living space. Patio homes must have frontage on a public or private street or common open space maintained by a homeowners association. All patio homes fronting common open space must be vehicular accessible by an alley. All patio home lots must be able to accommodate at least two vehicles, either by attached or detached garages or parking pad and be a single-story structure.
      (7)   SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE; DETACHED (“HOUSE”)A site-built, single-family residence (designed exclusively for residential purposes) constructed on an individual lot with private yards on all four sides.  Requests for sections to be combined that are not specifically factory fabricated and designed to be connected as one unit are prohibited. 
      (8)   TOWNHOUSE.  A row of two or more single-family attached dwelling units, each with its own outside entrance, which are joined together by a common wall located on a common property line.  Property must be conveyed (with each dwelling unit) in accordance with the design standards contained herein and Chapter 154, the York County Subdivision Ordinance, with the plat being recorded at the clerk of courts office after approval.
   ENDANGERED OR THREATENED SPECIES.  Any species appearing on an official state or federal list that is designated as endangered or threatened.
   EQUESTRIAN USE.  Any area, place, parcel or tract of land which is occupied or intended for occupancy, and in part, for use of horses and horsemanship.
   EVENT VENUE. A commercial facility rented to individuals, groups, or organizations, and used to host gatherings such as, but not limited to, weddings, receptions, parties, meetings, and conferences. An event venue may be comprised of a permanent structure(s), temporary structure(s), uncovered outdoor gathering area(s), or any combination thereof. This definition does not include lodges, civic clubs, community centers, religious facilities, or publicly-owned facilities.
   EVENT VENUE, LARGE CAPACITY. An event venue with a capacity greater than 100 people, as determined by applicable building code, fire code, and/or parking requirements.
   EXOTIC ANIMALS.  An animal that is a non-native species of York County.
   FINAL DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL.  The approval of a final subdivision plat; or, for uses or developments within subdivisions with an approved final subdivision plat or for uses and developments not requiring approval of a subdivision plat, the issuance of a building permit.
   FINAL STABILIZATION.  Final stabilization of a site means that all soil disturbing activities at the site have been completed and either of the two following criteria are met:
      (1)   A uniform (such as evenly distributed, without large bare areas) perennial vegetative cover with a density of 70% of the native background vegetative cover for the area has been established on all unpaved areas and areas not covered by permanent structures.
      (2)   Equivalent permanent stabilization measures (such as the use of rip-rap, gabions or geotextiles) have been employed.
   FLOOD HAZARD AREA.  Any area of the county so designated on FIA Flood Hazard Boundary Maps and included in the county’s floodplain management ordinance.
   FRONTAGE.  The frontage orientation of a structure to a street, measured along the street right-of- way line.
   GROSS LEASABLE AREA (GLA). The floor area within buildings that may be rented for commercial, industrial or residential purposes.  This area includes all spaces used for business operations or storage, but excludes the building’s mechanical and utility rooms that are not leased and cannot be used for purposes other than the operations of and maintenance of the building.
   HEIGHT.  For the purpose of determining the height limits in the airport zones as shown on the referenced height and hazard protection map, the datum will be mean sea level elevation unless otherwise specified.  Elsewhere, the average level of the finished surface of the ground adjacent to the exterior walls will serve as the base for measurement.
   HOME OCCUPATION.  Any occupation, hobby or profession carried on by any member of the immediate family residing on the premises and having the following characteristics:
      (1)   The use is to be conducted entirely within the principal dwelling and will not exceed 25% of the floor area.  Detached structures will not be used for home occupations;
      (2)   There will be no entrance or exit way specifically provided in the dwelling or on the premises for the conduct of a home occupation;
      (3)   No one other than residents of the dwelling will be employed in the conduct of a home occupation;
      (4)   There will be no associated outdoor activities or outdoor storage of materials or equipment related to the home occupation on the premises.  The area used for indoor storage of materials and goods will be included in the 25% maximum floor area;
      (5)   No clients, customers, or visitors relating to the home occupation will be permitted at the home occupation, except for tutoring and music lessons, provided:
         (a)   No more than two pupils are on the premises at the same time (one person waiting while one person is being taught; and
         (b)   All vehicles must be parked a minimum of ten feet from the road right-of-way;
      (6)   There will be no products sold directly from the premises;
      (7)   Creates no disturbing or offensive noise, vibration, smoke, dust, odor, heat, glare, traffic hazard, unhealthy or unsightly conditions.  In addition, any equipment or process will not create audible or visual interference in any radio or television receivers on any adjacent properties;
      (8)   Delivery and distribution of goods from commercial suppliers will be limited to between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, with no semi-truck traffic;
      (9)   Is not visibly evident from outside the dwelling except for a sign, as provided by standards contained herein.
   IDO.  The Interim Development Ordinance of York County.
   IMPERVIOUS SURFACE.  Those surfaces that do not readily absorb rain.  All buildings, parking areas, driveways, roads, sidewalks, and any areas covered with gravel, concrete and asphalt will be considered IMPERVIOUS SURFACES within this definition.  In addition, other areas determined by the zoning administrator to be impervious within the meaning of this definition will also be classed as IMPERVIOUS SURFACES.
   IMPERVIOUS SURFACE RATIO.  A measure of the intensity of land use.  It is determined by dividing the total area of all impervious surfaces within the site by the total site area.
   INDUSTRIAL.  The assembly, fabrication, processing, or distribution of goods and materials by means that ordinarily have greater than average impacts on the use and enjoyment of adjacent property in terms of noise, fumes, odors, glare, health and safety hazards, or that otherwise does not constitute “light manufacturing,” or any use where the area occupied by outdoor storage of goods and materials used in the assembly, fabrication, or processing exceeds 25% of the floor area of all buildings on the property.
   INSTITUTION.  A nonprofit organization or foundation for the care of indigent, delinquent, or dependent persons incapable of self maintenance.
   INSTITUTIONAL AND CIVIC USE. Nonprofit, civic, religious or public uses such as libraries, public or private schools, hospitals, government owned or operated building, structure or land used for public purposes.
   JUNK, SALVAGE, SCRAP, OR WRECKING YARDS.  Any use involving the commercial storage, selling or processing of inoperable, disused, dismantled, or wrecked vehicles, equipment, or machinery or the storage or the processing of scrap metal, waste paper, rags, or other scrap, salvage, waste, or junk materials.
   KENNEL; COMMERCIAL. An establishment licensed to operate a facility housing dogs, cats, or other household pets, and where grooming, breeding, boarding, training or selling of animals is conducted as a business.  This includes the housing, keeping, and boarding of dogs, cats, or other household pets for animal adoption agencies.
   KENNEL; PRIVATE.  Any building(s) or structure(s) designed or arranged for the care of dogs, cats, or other household pets belonging to the owner of the principal use kept for the purposes of show, hunting, or as pets.  NOTE:  This does not include fenced yards, nor dog houses with a maximum combined area of 25 square feet.
   LANDFILLAs follows:
      (1)   CELLULOSELANDFILL.  A landfill solely for the disposal of vegetative matter. This includes land-clearing debris such as trees, wood chips, stumps, and brush, or yard trash generated from landscaping activities. May not accept, dispose of, or process other types of waste. Classified as a Class I landfill by DHEC.
      (2)   INERT LANDFILL.  A landfill which disposes of solid wastes generated by construction, demolition, land-clearing, or industrial activities. This includes, but is not limited to, broken concrete, crushed stone, clay wastes, glass, earthen material, and nondurable, nonhazardous waste, such as ash and cinders. May additionally accept cellulose solid wastes. Inert waste may be processed for resale or recycling on a landfill as an accessory use, provided that the supplemental regulations for nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing are met, as set forth in § 155.162(B)(9). Classified as a Class II landfill by DHEC.
      (3)   SANITARY LANDFILL.  A landfill which accepts household garbage, municipal solid waste, commercial waste, and nonhazardous industrial waste. Classified as a Class III landfill by DHEC.
   LANDSCAPED AREA.  An area that is permanently devoted to and maintained for the growing of shrubbery, grass and other plant material.
   LEVEL OF SERVICE. The adopted performance standard for service delivery.
   LIGHT INDUSTRIAL.  The assembly, fabrication, or processing of goods and materials by means that ordinarily do not create noise, smoke, fumes, odors, glare, or health or safety hazards outside of the building or lot where the assembly, fabrication, or processing takes place; where the processing is housed entirely within a building; or where the area occupied by outdoor storage of goods and materials used in these processes does not exceed 25% of the floor area of all buildings on the property.  LIGHT INDUSTRIAL will not include uses that constitute, “industrial,” hazardous material treatment and storage facilities, plating or enameling, petroleum and gas refining.
   LIVESTOCK.  Domestic animals, such as cattle or horses, raised for home use or for profit.
   LOT.  A single parcel or tract of land.
   LOT; CORNER.  A lot abutting upon the right-of-way of two or more streets at their intersection.
   LOT; DOUBLE FRONTAGE.  A lot having a frontage on two nonintersecting roads, as distinguished from a corner lot.
   LOT OF RECORD.  A lot or parcel of land, the plat or deed of which has been recorded at the York County Clerk of Court prior to the adoption of this chapter.
   MAJOR RESOURCE EXTRACTION. Mining activities including more than five acres of land area, regardless of parcel size, or which will be in operation for more than one year.
   MANUFACTURED HOME PARK OR COURT.  Any site or parcel of land under one ownership where land is rented, utilities are provided and a special exception has been approved by the York County Zoning Board of Appeals for the installation or placement of manufactured homes.  NOTE:  Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) records are used for verification of existing manufactured home parks prior to the adoption of the York County Zoning Ordinance.
   MICRO WINERY. A facility where grapes or other fruit not typically grown on-site are processed into wine or similar spirits, and that produces no more than 1,500 finished gallons of wine or spirits per year. Such facilities include all aspects of production, including growing, crushing, fermenting, aging, blending, bottling, and storage, as well as administrative offices.
   MINING.  The process or business of extracting ore, minerals, sand, gravel, stone, clay and/or dirt from the earth’s surface, including borrow pits and/or sites.  Ponds are not subject to mining requirements as here-in written.  Ponds must be directly supplied by a perennial stream or the design mus be reviewed and recognized by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) as a pond with a good probability of maintaining a high water level.
   MINI-WAREHOUSE.  A facility composed of one or multiple structures divided into sections for the use of storing items either temporary or long-term and not used for any other purpose (such as a small office, garage, and the like).  Such a facility may include one accessory manager’s office which is clearly subordinate to the primary use of the facility for warehousing purposes.
   MINOR RESOURCE EXTRACTION. Mining activities involving:
      (1)   Five acres or less of land area, regardless of total parcel size; and
      (2)   Which will be in operation for one year or less.
   MITIGATION OR MITIGATE.  An action taken by the applicant to comply with the additional standards and criteria prescribed by this chapter including, but not limited to, the provision by the applicant of the public facilities necessary to provide capacity to accommodate the proposed development.
   MODULAR BUILDING OR STRUCTURE.  A structure or building including the necessary electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilating, and other service systems, manufactured off-site and transported to the point of use for installation or erection, with or without other specified components, as a finished building, and not designed for ready removal to another site.  The term is applicable to all buildings or structures, including residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and the like.  When meeting the requirements of the Modular Building’s Construction Act (S.C. Code § 23-43), the building or structure may be located in any of the county’s several zoning districts.
   NONCONFORMING USE.  A use of land, building or premises that lawfully existed prior to the enactment of a zoning ordinance, and that is maintained after the effective date of such ordinance, even though it does not comply or even violates the use restrictions, limitations and prohibitions applicable to the area in which it is situated after the enactment of a zoning ordinance.
   NONMETALLIC MINERAL PRODUCT MANUFACTURING (NAICS CODE 32). An industrial facility used for the manufacturing and production of Clay Product and Refractory Manufacturing (NAICS 3271); Glass and Glass Product Manufacturing (NAICS 3272); Cement and Concrete Product Manufacturing (NAICS 3273); Lime and Gypsum Product Manufacturing (NAICS 3274); and Other Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing (NAICS 3279). This includes facilities that engage in the recycling, storage, processing, resale, or reuse of recovered materials.
   OVERLAY ZONE.  A geographic zone, characterized as a buffer or overlay, which imposes additional requirements, limitations and prohibitions upon the underlying zoning district whose geographic boundaries do not coincide with the boundaries of the overlay or buffer area.  In interpreting the regulations specified by the OVERLAY ZONE, its requirements are to take precedence and control over those set forth in the underlying district.  Variances may not be granted to the geographic boundaries of the OVERLAY ZONE.
   OPEN SPACE RATIO.  A measure of the intensity of land use.  It is arrived at by dividing the total amount of open space within the site by the total site area.
   PAD SITE.  The location for an independent commercial building that is located within a coordinated commercial center.
   PARCEL.  Any existing piece of land formally described and recorded with block and lot numbers, by metes and bounds, by ownership, or in a manner as to specifically identify the dimensions and/or boundaries under common title that may be transferred according to applicable laws and ordinances without further surveying or platting being required.
   PARKING ASSOCIATED WITH § 155.446(Parking, Storage, and Use of Certain Vehicles). An area intended for the keeping of vehicles for up to seven consecutive days that are in service and used on a regular or recurring basis.
   PARKING LOT/AREA.  An open, unoccupied space used or required for use for parking of automobiles exclusively and in which no gasoline or automobile accessories are sold or no other business is conducted.
   PARKING SPACE.  An area permanently reserved for the temporary storage of one automobile and connected with a street or alley by a surfaced driveway that provides ingress and egress for automobiles.
   PLAN, THE.  The Comprehensive Plan and any other land use, facility, or growth related planning documents adopted the County Council.
   PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR. The appointed director of planning and development services or designee.  Also referred to as the PLANNING DIRECTOR.
   PLANNING COMMISSION.  The York County Planning Commission.
   PLANS.  All drawings, including general plans, cross sections, profiles, working details and specifications, that the applicant is required to prepare to show the character, extent and details of proposed improvements.
   PREMISES.  A lot, together with all buildings and structures thereon.
   PRIMARY ABUTTING STREET. The largest capacity street abutting a property.  If two arterial streets abut a single site, both shall be considered primary abutting streets.
   PRINCIPAL USE OR STRUCTURE.  The predominant use of land or structures as distinguished from an accessory use or structure.
   RACECOURSES. A facility where vehicles of any size, model aircraft and similar reduced-scale objects, or animals are raced for speed and/or endurance in which a trophy(s) (donations, money, ribbons, and the like) is given to participants.  This definition includes nonprofit and profit organizations.
   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE.  A vehicular-type portable structure without a permanent foundation, which can be towed, hauled or driven and primarily designed as a temporary living accommodation for recreational camping travel use, including, but not limited to, travel trailers, truck campers, camping trailers and self-propelled motor homes.  A RECREATION VEHICLE will not be considered a single- family dwelling.
   RECREATIONAL VEHICLE PARK.  A site or parcel of land under one ownership where land is rented and utilities are provided for the temporary parking of recreational vehicles.  NOTE:  Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) records are used for verification of existing recreational vehicle parks prior to the adoption of the York County Zoning Ordinance.
   REGULATIONS.  As the term applies to the York County Code of Ordinances, the rules, requirements or other directives set forth within each chapter of the York County Code.
   RESTAURANT.  Any establishment, whether open to the public or operated as a private club, including drive-ins, whose primary business (51% of gross income) is serving meals prepared on the premises.  In addition, menus must be available and table service provided to patrons when alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, are served.  Any defined portion of the restaurant where alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, are served, but the purchase of food is optional, will clearly be subordinate to the main dining area where the purchase of food is expected and required by the operator.  The sale of alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, must be licensed by the State Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
   RETAIL; CONVENIENCE.  Convenience retail establishments are those providing convenience items and services to the general public, such as barber and beauty shops, grocery stores, hardware stores, and the like.
   RETAIL; PRIMARY.  Those retail establishments selling commodities in small quantities to the consumer, usually low bulk comparison items which are normally found in large regional shopping centers, including department stores and stores selling general merchandise, variety merchandise, shoes, millinery, clothing, jewelry, and the like.
   RETAIL; SECONDARY.  Those retail establishments selling primarily one-stop shopping items, usually high bulk and very often more expensive items than those found in the primary retail establishments, including stores selling appliances, radios, televisions, floor coverings, furniture, and the like.
   RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE. See Street Line.
   ROADS OR STREETSAs follows:
      (1)   MAJOR.
         (a)   A major road or street is one designed principally to move traffic within the county, not to access property.  Roads so classified in York County are defined as:
            1.   PRINCIPAL ARTERIAL - A roadway designed to serve statewide and interstate travel and connects urbanized areas, cities and towns.  It is designed to accommodate moderate to high volumes of traffic at moderate to high speeds.
            2.   MINOR ARTERIAL - Links cities and towns and form an integrated network providing interstate, intrastate and intracounty service.  Minor arterials are spaced at proper intervals so that all developed areas are within a reasonable distance of an arterial highway.  It is designed to accommodate moderate volumes of traffic at moderate to high speeds.
            3.   MAJOR COLLECTOR - Serves urban areas and other traffic generators of intracounty importance that are not served by higher systems, and links these places with nearby towns and cities or with routes of higher classification.  It is designed to carry moderate volumes of traffic at moderate speeds.
         (b)   A complete list of MAJOR ROADS can be found in Chapter 154 Appendix, § 29.
      (2)   MINOR.  A road or street is one designed principally to provide property access, and includes all county and state maintained roads in York County not specifically designated as major.
   SEASONAL ROADSIDE AGRICULTURAL AND PRODUCE STANDS.  A temporary use, building or structure, not to exceed a covered area of 1,500 square feet, from which agricultural products are sold by an individual vendor.
   SEXUAL ENCOUNTER ESTABLISHMENT.  An establishment other than a hotel, motel, or similar establishment offering public accommodations, which for any form of consideration, provides a place where two or more persons may congregate, associate, or consort in connection with specific sexual activities or the exposure of specified anatomical areas.  This definition does not include an establishment where a medical practitioner, psychologist, psychiatrist, or similar professional person licensed by the state engages in sexual therapy.
   SHOOTING RANGES.  A rifle, pistol, skeet or trap range approved as a special exception by the York County Zoning Board of Appeals and operated by a recognized gun club meeting standards recommended by the National Rifle Association or any equivalent nationally recognized firearms’ safety authority for the type and caliber of firearms being fired.
   SITE PLAN.  A scale drawing showing the relationship between the lot lines and their uses, buildings or structures, existing or proposed on a lot, including such details as parking areas, access points, landscaped area, building areas, setbacks from lot lines, building heights, floor areas, densities, septic tank tile fields or existing and proposed water and sewer utility lines, utility lines, proposed detention basins, existing or proposed easements, or a special or particular use.
   SOLAR ENERGY FACILITY. An energy generating facility or area principally used to convert solar energy to electricity, which includes, but is not limited to, the use of one or more solar energy systems. This definition shall exclude those facilities that are installed on the roof of a building, where the primary purpose of such building is not for the commercial production of solar energy.
   SPECIFIED ANATOMICAL AREA.  As used herein, SPECIFIED ANATOMICAL AREA means and includes any of the following;
      (1)   Less than completely and opaquely covered human genitals, pubic region, buttocks, anus, or female breasts below a point immediately above the top of the areolae; or
      (2)   Human male genitals in a discernable turgid state, even if completely and opaquely covered.
   SPECIFIED SEXUAL ACTIVITIES.  As used herein, SPECIFIED SEXUAL ACTIVITIES means and includes any of the following;
      (1)   The fondling or other erotic touching of human genitals, pubic region, buttocks, anus, or female breasts;
      (2)   Sex acts, normal or perverted, actual or simulated, including, intercourse, oral copulation, or sodomy;
      (3)   Masturbation, actual or simulated;
      (4)   Excretory functions as part of or in connection with any of the activities set forth in subdivisions (1) through (3) of this definition.
   STORAGE ASSOCIATED WITH § 155.446(Parking, Storage, and Use of Certain Vehicles). An area intended for the keeping of vehicles for more than seven days that are not in service or used on a regular or recurring basis.
   STREET, DEAD END.  Street having only one end open to vehicular traffic, also referred to as a court.
   STREET, LINE. A dividing line between a lot, tract or parcel of land and an abutting street.
   STREET, STUB. A street that is temporarily terminated but is planned for future continuation.
   STRUCTURE.  Anything constructed or erected with a fixed location on the ground or attached to something having a fixed location on the ground.  Among other things, STRUCTURES include buildings, walls, signs and utilities (above ground tanks, towers, and the like).  NOTE:  Must comply with building setbacks.
   STRUCTURAL ALTERATION.  Any change, except those required by law or ordinance, which would prolong the life of the supporting members of a building or structure, such as bearing walls, columns, beams or girders, not including openings in bearing walls as permitted by other ordinances.
   TAP ROOM.  An accessory use and area intended to be incidental to a brewery and only allowed when a building permit has been obtained for a principal structure for a brewery, a principal structure has already been constructed for a brewery where the accessory tap room is to be located, or a building permit has been obtained for both a brewery and accessory tap room. Seventy-five percent (75%) of beers sold in a TAP ROOM must be produced on-site and limited amounts of water and sodas may be sold on-site. The sale of liquor and wine is prohibited and preparing and serving food is optional. A TAP ROOM is not considered a brewery or brewpub and must adhere to all applicable state laws that regulate tap rooms.
   TRAFFIC IMPACT ANALYSIS.  A report analyzing anticipated traffic and roadway conditions within and near an applicant’s development.
   TRUCKING OPERATION. A facility for the dispatch, storage, and maintenance of operable trucks and trailers. The operation must have an on-site staffed dispatch office. The storage and assemblage of goods will not occur on-site.
   USE, PERMITTED.  A public or private use which of itself conforms with the purposes, objectives, requirements, regulations and performance standards of a particular zoning district.
   USE, PRINCIPAL.  The main use of land or buildings as distinguished from subordinate or accessory uses.
   UTILITY; PUBLIC.  Any agency which, under public franchise or ownership, provides the general public with electricity, gas, heat, steam, communication, rail transportation, water, sewage collection, or other services.
   VIDEO POKER ESTABLISHMENT.  Any establishment where one or more electronic video game machines, upon insertion of coins or cash, or tokens purchased for coins or cash, is available to play or simulate the play of games utilizing video displays and microprocessors in which a player may receive free games or credits that can be redeemed for cash.
   WETLANDS. Natural areas, identified by the federal government as wetlands, that are normally covered in water for all or part of the year which result in a rich combination of environmental features which contain a wide variety of plants and wildlife.
   WINERY.
      (1)   Type I. A facility where grapes or other fruit are processed into wine or similar spirits. Such facilities include all aspects of production, including growing, crushing, fermenting, aging, blending, bottling, and storage, as well as administrative offices.
      (2)   Type II. A facility meeting the definition of Winery Type I and hosting special events, outdoor events, and/or conducting retail sales.
   YARD.  An unoccupied area of a lot, open and unobstructed from the ground to the sky, except as otherwise provided in this chapter.
   YARD; FRONT.  A yard across the full width of the lot extending from the front line of the main building to the front line of the lot or road right-of-way.  On corner lots, the front yard will face the shortest street dimension of the lot, except that if the lot is square or almost square, then the front yard may face either street.  Front yards for lots without county or state maintained road frontage will be established as the property line dissected by the driveway.
   YARD; REAR.  A yard extending the full width of the lot between the main building and rear lot line.
   YARD; SIDE.  A yard between the main building and the side line of the lot, and extending from the front yard line to the rear yard line.
   ZONING ADMINISTRATOR.  The individual designated to administer the zoning ordinance and who is responsible for the enforcement of the regulations imposed by the ordinance.
   ZONING ORDINANCE.  The officially adopted York County Zoning and Development Standards Ordinance.
(‘77 Code, § 19-36)  (Ord. passed 1-3-00; Am. Ord. 701, passed 3-5-01; Am. Ord. 5101, passed 9-17-01; Am. Ord. 3104, passed 11-8-04; Am. Ord. 3506, passed 9-18-06; Am. Ord. 907, passed 6-18-07; Am. Ord. 2911, passed 9-19-11; Am. Ord. 513, passed 3-18-13; Am. Ord. 713, passed 3-18-13; Am. Ord. 4913, passed 11-4-13; Am. Ord. 5015, passed 12-21-15; Am. Ord. 2916, passed 6-20-16; Am. Ord. 3016, passed 6-20-16; Am. Ord. 4416, passed 8-15-16; Am. Ord. 5117, passed 9-5-17; Am. Ord. 1318, passed 11-20-17; Am. Ord. 3418, passed 5-21-18; Am. Ord. 3718, passed 5-21-18; Am. Ord. 3018, passed 6-18-18; Am. Ord. 3518, passed 7-16-18; Am. Ord. 1619, passed 5-6-19; Am. Ord. 4919, passed 10-21-19; Am. Ord. 5119, passed 10-21-19)

§ 155.010 PERMITTED USES AND SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS.

Bookmark§ 155.010  PERMITTED USES AND SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS.
   (A)   The uses listed within the Table of Permitted Uses and Special Exceptions is created to serve as an illustrative guide and all uses set forth in applicable zoning districts shall be permitted only in the zoning district where it is listed, and only in the manner so listed. If there is a conflict between the table and permitted uses/special exceptions set forth in applicable zoning districts, the language in the applicable zoning district sections will determine the permitted uses/special exceptions within the district. Any use not listed within applicable zoning districts is prohibited.
      (1)   P: A permitted use in the listed zoning district.
      (2)   SE: A use requiring a special exception to be approved by the York County Zoning Board of Appeals.
      (3)   A: A use accessory to a primary use.
      (4)   Supplemental Regulations: Additional requirements required for approval.
   (B)   Accessory buildings and uses, temporary uses, and home occupations are customarily incidental to existing permitted uses for all zoning districts. Refer to the requirements per zoning district.
   (C)   Requirements of the Planned Development District (PD) are provided in §§ 155.205 through 155.216 and Traditional Neighborhood District (TND) are provided in §§ 155.225 through 155.243.
   (D)   Requirements of public service uses are provided in § 155.497.
   (E)   Requirements of communication towers in certain zoning districts are provided in §§ 155.510 through 155.517.
   (F)   The Table of Permitted Uses and Special Exceptions will be updated as County Council approves the addition or deletion of permitted uses and special exceptions where applicable.
 
Table of Permitted Uses and Special Exceptions
Uses
Supplemental Regulations?
A G C
AG C-I
RU D
RU D-I
RC- I
RC- II
RD-I
RD- II
BD-I
BD- II
BD-
III
ID
LI
U D
ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES
Bars, including lounges, dance floors, or stage entertainment
Yes
SE
Bed and Breakfast Inn
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
Caterers and banquet services
P
P
P
Hotels and motels
P
SE
P
Ice cream and yogurt shops
P
P
P
Restaurants (including coffee, deli, fast food and brewpubs, but no dance floors or staged entertainment)
P
P
SE
P
Solar energy facilities
Yes
SE
SE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tap room - only accessory to a brewery
Yes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A
 
A
AGRICULTURE
Animals (keeping or raising)
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Composting facility
Yes
SE
Cultivation of field crops
P
P
P
P
Equestrian uses (non- commercial - five-acre minimum lot size)
Yes
P
P
P
P
Equestrian uses (non- commercial - lots less than five- acres)
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
General farming (cultivation of field crops, orchards, groves or similar, or truck gardens)
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Greenhouses, landscape nurseries and accessory equipment
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Orchards, groves or similar activities
P
P
P
P
Seasonal roadside agricultural and produce standards
Yes
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION
Adult entertainment establishments
Yes
SE
Art galleries
P
P
P
Art studios (not adult entertainment)
P
P
P
P
Batting ranges (cages)
SE
SE
P
P
P
Bingo halls
Yes
SE
SE
Bowling alleys
Yes - ID and LI
P
P
P
P
P
Campgrounds
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
Commercial outdoor recreation (unless otherwise listed)
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
Dance studios and schools
Yes - SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
Driving ranges, golf
SE
SE
P
P
P
Fairgrounds
SE
SE
Golf courses
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
Golf courses -  neighborhood or community
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
Gymnastics centers
Yes - SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
Health clubs and fitness centers
Yes - ID and LI
P
P
P
P
P
Hunt clubs
SE
SE
P
P
P
Indoor shooting range
Yes
P
P
Karate and martial arts instruction schools
P
P
P
Marinas
P
P
Movie theaters (but not adult theaters, shows or arcades)
P
P
P
Museums and art galleries
P
P
P
Outdoor shooting ranges
Yes
SE
SE
SE
Parks, playgrounds and athletic fields
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
Parks, playgrounds and athletic fields - neighborhood or community
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
Racecourses
Yes
SE
SE
SE
Recreational vehicle parks
Yes
P
P
Skating rinks
Yes - ID and LI
P
P
P
P
P
Swimming pools
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
Swimming pools - neighborhood or community
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
Tennis courts
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
Tennis courts, neighborhood or community
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
COMMUNICATIONS
Broadcasting stations
P
P
Communication towers
See §§ 155.510 - 155.517
Small wireless facilities
See § 155.505
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CONSTRUCTION
Building, street, water, sewer and bridge construction, repair and/or demolition
P
P
Electrical construction
P
P
Heating, air conditioning and ventilation construction
P
P
Heavy construction
P
P
Paving and earthmoving operations
P
P
EDUCATION
Commercial schools and schools providing adult training in any of the Arts, Sciences and trade professions
P
P
P
P
Libraries
P
P
P
Schools, either public or private and administrative buildings
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
HEALTHCARE
Assisted living centers
P
P
P
P
Child and adult care centers
P
P
P
P
P
P
Counseling centers and services
P
P
P
P
Emergency shelters
P
P
Halfway houses
P
P
Hospitals, clinics and medical offices and facilities
P
P
P
P
P
Institutional care centers
P
P
Nursing, rest or convalescent homes
SE
SE
SE
P
P
P
P
P
P
MANUFACTURING
Alcohol manufacturing
P
P
Ammonia manufacturing
P
P
Beverage manufacturing
P
P
Brewery and associated tap rooms
Yes - tap room
P
P
Cabinet shops
P
P
P
Cargo trailers manufacturing and assembly
P
P
Communication equipment manufacturing
P
P
P
Computer and electronic products manufacturing
P
P
P
Corrosive acids alkalis manufacturing and production
P
P
Electronic products manufacturing and assembly
P
P
P
Engines, motors and mechanical product manufacturing and assembly
P
P
Explosives or explosive agents manufacturing and production
P
P
Fertilizers and organic materials manufacturing and production
P
P
Fiberglass manufacturing
P
P
Food and food product manufacturing
P
P
Graphic arts manufacturing
P
P
P
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment manufacturing
P
P
Lubricants and oil products manufacturing
P
P
Machine or machinery shops
P
P
P
Manufactured and modular housing manufacturing and assembly
P
P
Metal shops
P
P
P
Micro winery
Yes
A
SE
A
SE
Motor vehicles manufacturing, assembly and production
P
P
Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing
Yes
SE
Paint manufacturing
P
P
Paper production
P
P
Pesticides manufacturing
P
P
Pharmaceut ical and medicine manufacturing
P
P
P
Polymer, rubber, plastic products manufacturing and production
P
P
Shellac or varnish manufacturing and production
P
P
Sign manufacturing and production
P
P
P
Soap and cleaning products manufacturing and production
P
P
Textile manufacturing and production
P
P
Winery Type I
P
P
P
P
Winery Type II
Yes - SE
SE
SE
P
P
PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
Animal hospitals and veterinarian clinics
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Blueprinting
P
P
Duplicating, mimeographing and multilithing shops
P
P
Film development
P
P
Financial institutions
P
P
P
P
P
Office buildings
P
P
P
P
P
Packaging and mailing services
P
P
Photography studios (not adult entertainment)
P
P
P
P
Photostating
P
P
Research laboratories
P
P
P
Word processing and transcription services
P
P
P
OTHER USES
Armories
P
P
P
P
Cemeteries and mausoleum (accessory to churches or similar places of worship)
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Child care centers (accessory to churches or similar places of worship)
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Churches or similar places of worship
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Community centers
SE
SE
SE
SE
Event venue
Yes- SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
P
Event venue, large capacity
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
SE
Lodges and civic clubs
P
P
P
Mining (soil, sand, gravel, stone, minerals or clay)
Yes
SE
SE
P
P
P
Mining, major resource extraction
Yes
SE
SE
Mining, minor resource extraction
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
Parish houses, parsonages, convents and dormitories (accessory to churches or similar places of worship)
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Public service uses
Yes
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Salvage operations (automobile and equipment impound yards, metal crushing, recycling, scrap yards and wrecked automobile storage facilities)
Yes
SE
Salvage operations (metal crushing, recycling, scrap yards and wrecked automobile storage facilities)
Yes
SE
RESIDENTIAL
Accessory dwellings
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Apartment, condominium and townhome dwellings
P
P
Cottage industries
Yes
SE
SE
SE
SE
Duplex dwellings
P
P
Family daycare home (child)
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Home occupation
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Manufactured home parks (expansion of existing)
Yes
P
P
Manufactured home parks (new)
Yes
SE
Manufactured home subdivisions
Yes
P
Manufactured homes
Yes
P
P
P
SE
Modular homes
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Patio detached homes
Yes - SE
P
P
P/SE
P/S E
Single- family detached dwellings
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Subdivision sales center(s) - contractors and sales agents
Yes
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
RETAIL TRADE
Antique and collectible shops
P
P
Art supply and craft stores
P
P
Automobile , truck, recreational vehicle, boat and marine, motorcycle and ATV sales
Yes - BD- III
P
P
Beverage stores (not processing)
P
P
Bicycle sales and service