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Section 8

§ 19.6-73 M-1 Industrial District.

A. Purpose. The purpose of this district is to provide areas within the County which are suitable for less-intensive industrial activities. M-1 areas are primarily designated based on the suitability of the land in terms of slope and freedom from flooding, as well as the availability of public services, access to arterial road network, and proximity to rail and airport facilities or the interstate highway system. Distributing these areas throughout the County in a planned manner to create employment centers within close proximity to residential growth areas and reduce heavy traffic generation of industrial uses is encouraged. Since this district promotes uses that generally will conflict with most others, a high degree of protection to adjoining properties is strongly encouraged.

B. Permitted uses: [Amended 3-29-2016]

Accessory uses/structures
Administrative services
Amateur radio tower
Brewery
Business or trade school
Business support services
Communications services
Composting
Construction sales and services
Construction yard
Consumer repair services
Contractor yard
Convenience store
Custom manufacturing
Distillery
Equipment sales and rental
Financial institutions
Garden center
General office
Hotel/motel/motor lodge
Industrial manufacturing
Kennel, commercial
Laboratories
Landscaping and lawn care services
Manufactured home sales
Medical office
Microbrewery
Mini warehouse
Park-and-ride facility
Parking facility
Pawn shop
Personal improvement services
Personal services
Post office
Public maintenance and service facility
Public parks and recreational areas
Recreational vehicle sales and service
Restaurant
Retail sales
Safety services, public
Sawmill
Studio, fine arts
Truck terminal
Veterinary hospital/clinic
Warehouse and distribution
Winery

C. Conditional uses:

Automobile graveyard
Aviation facility, private
Aviation facility, public
Flea market
Gasoline station
Outdoor gathering
Planned unit development
Public assembly
Recycling center
Resource extraction
Scrap and salvage services
Transfer station
Truck stop
Wireless communications facility

D. Site development regulations.

(1) Minimum lot requirements:

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

[1] Area: 25,000 square feet (0.57 acre).

[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.

(d) Minimum lot size and permitted densities for multifamily dwellings and townhomes are referenced in the Additional Regulations section.

(2) Minimum setback requirements:

(a) Principal structure:

[1] Front: 35 feet from property line or 60 feet from center line of public road, whichever is greater.

[2] Side: 15 feet.

[3] Rear: 35 feet.

(b) Accessory structure:

[1] Front: 35 feet from property line or behind the front building line, whichever distance is less.

[2] Side: 15 feet.

[3] 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: 50%.

 

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