Section 5 – V-1 Village Center District.
§ 19.6-71 V-1 Village Center District.
A. Purpose. The purpose of this district is to establish areas which will serve as the focal point for cultural and commercial activity for the rural service areas of the County. The density recommended for these areas is intended to average between one and three units per acre. Small country stores, family restaurants, and similar small service and personal service businesses, in addition to public and institutional buildings such as schools, post offices, and places of religious assembly, are commonly found at these crossroads locations. This district brings a sense of community to the surrounding rural areas, with an emphasis on providing essential goods and services to rural residents, but is not intended to be an employment destination. New developments should be carefully considered for their compatibility with the surrounding area and the purpose of the V-1 District. Any expansion of the district should be contiguous to an existing V-1 District to avoid leapfrog commercial development and excessive spreading of community services such as water and sewer.
B. Permitted uses:
|Amateur radio tower|
|Business or trade school|
|Business support services|
|Commercial indoor entertainment|
|Construction sales and services|
|Consumer repair services|
|Educational facilities, primary/secondary|
|Family day-care home|
|Home occupation, Type I|
|Landscaping and lawn care services|
|Personal improvement services|
|Public maintenance and service facility|
|Public parks and recreational areas|
|Residential human care facility|
|Safety services, private|
|Safety services, public|
|Small Scale or Residential Solar Energy Farm|
|Studio, fine arts|
C. Conditional uses: [Amended 3-29-2016]
|Automobile parts/supply, retail|
|Automobile repair services|
|Aviation facility, private|
|Commercial indoor amusement|
|Commercial indoor sports and recreation|
|Commercial outdoor entertainment|
|Commercial outdoor sports and recreation|
|Educational facility, college/university|
|Equipment sales and rental|
|Home for adults|
|Life care facility nursing home|
|Planned unit development|
|Recreational vehicle sales and service|
|Wireless communications facility|
D. Site development regulations.
(1) Minimum lot requirements:
(a) Lots not served by public water or sewer:
 Area: one acre (43,560 square feet).
 Frontage: 125 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.
(b) Lots served by either public water or sewer:
 Area: 25,000 square feet (0.57 acre).
 Frontage: 100 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.
(c) Lots served by both public water and public sewer:
 Area: 15,000 square feet (0.34 acre).
 Frontage: 80 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.
(2) Minimum setback requirements:
(a) Principal structure:
 Front: 50 feet from property line or 75 feet from center line of public road, whichever is greater.
 Side: 15 feet.
 Rear: 35 feet.
(b) Accessory structure:
 Front: 50 feet from property line or behind the front building line, whichever distance is less.
 Side: 15 feet.
 Rear: 15 feet.
(c) Where a lot fronts on more than one street, front yard setbacks shall apply to all streets.
(3) Maximum height of structures:
(a) All structures: 35 feet.
(4) Maximum coverage:
(a) Building coverage: 35%.
(b) Lot coverage: 75%.