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Section 7

§ 19.6-72.1 B-2 Limited Commercial District.

[Added 8-3-2015]

A. Purpose. The purpose of this district is to provide locations for a limited segment of commercial and service-related activities within the suburban service area serving larger neighborhoods. This district is intended for application along the major thoroughfares and near existing residential zoning districts. Limited Commercial Districts are most appropriately found along major arterial thoroughfares which serve large segments of the county’s residential population and provides a variety of small retail and service-related uses that are meant to be compatible with nearby residential uses. They typically will generate minimal light, noise, and other nuisances. They do not involve the constant traffic flows associated with larger retail/commercial activities.

B. Permitted uses:

Accessory apartment
Accessory uses/structures
Administrative services
Amateur radio tower
Antique shops
Automobile rental/leasing
Business or trade school
Business support services
Civic clubs
Clinic
Consumer repair services
Day-care center
Domestic chickens
Educational facilities, primary/secondary
Financial institutions
Funeral services
General office
Guidance services
Home beauty/barber salon
Medical office
Park-and-ride facility
Pawnshop
Personal improvement services
Personal services
Post office
Religious assembly
Retail sales
Studio, fine arts
Utility services
Veterinary hospital/clinic
Wayside stand

C. Conditional uses:

Automobile dealership
Automobile graveyard
Automobile parts/supply retail
Automobile repair services
Bed-and-breakfast
Commercial indoor amusement
Commercial indoor entertainment
Commercial indoor sports and recreation
Commercial outdoor entertainment
Commercial outdoor sports and recreation
Equipment sales and rental
Public assembly
Recycling center
Stable, commercial
Two-family dwelling
Wind energy system
Wireless communication facility

D. Site development regulations.

(1) Minimum lot requirements:

(a) Lots not served by public water or sewer:

[1] Area: one acre (43,560) square feet.

[2] Frontage: 100 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.

(b) Lots served by either public water or sewer:

[1] Area: 15,000 square feet (0.34 acre).

[2] Frontage: 80 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.

(c) Lots served by both public water and public sewer:

[1] Area: 10,000 square feet (0.23 acre).

[2] Frontage: 80 feet on a publicly owned and maintained street.

(2) Minimum setback requirements:

(a) Principal structure:

[1] Front: 20 feet from property line or 45 feet from center line of public road, whichever is greater.

[2] Side: 15 feet.

[3] Rear: 15 feet.

(b) Accessory structure:

[1] Front: 45 feet from property line or behind the front building line, whichever distance is less.

[2] Side: 15 feet.

[3] Rear: five 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: 25 feet.

(4) Maximum coverage:

(a) Building coverage: 40%.

(b) Lot coverage: 60%.

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