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Chart 20.10.440 Uses in land use districts

Residential – Residential Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

R-1

R-1.8

R-2.5

R-3.5

R-4

R-5

R-7.5

R-10

R-15

R-20

R-30

1

Residential

Single-Family Dwelling (3)

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

Two to Four Dwelling Units per Structure (6)

PD (19)

PD (19)

PD (19)

PD (19)

PD (19)

PD (19)

PD (19)

P

P

P

P

Five or More Dwelling Units per Structure (6)

PD

PD

PD

PD

PD

PD

PD

P

P

P

P

12

Group Quarters: Dormitories, Fraternal Houses, Excluding Military and Correctional Institutions and Excluding Secure Community Transition Facilities (16)

C

P

P

P

Rooming House (17)

P

P

P

P

Senior Citizen Dwellings (4,7)

PD

5

PD

5

PD

5

PD

5

PD

5

PD

5

PD

5

P

P

P

P

Hotels and Motels

Congregate Care Senior Housing (4,7,16)

P

P

P

P

6516

Nursing Home (7,16)

C

P

P

P

Assisted Living (4,7)

C

P

P

P

Accessory Dwelling Unit (9)

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Supportive Housing (18)

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

Permitted uses in the Shoreline Overlay District are listed in LUC 20.25E.020.

Permitted uses in the Evergreen Highlands Design District (EH-A, EH-B, EH-C and EH-D) are listed in LUC 20.25F.010.

Permitted uses in the Office and Limited Business-Open Space District (OLB-OS) are listed in LUC 20.25L.020.

Permitted uses in the BelRed District (BR) are listed in LUC 20.25D.070.

Permitted uses in the Camp and Conference Center District (CCC) are listed in LUC 20.25N.040.

KEY:
P – PERMITTED USE
C – CONDITIONAL USE (see Part 20.30B or Part 20.30C)
PD – PERMITTED subject to planned unit development only. (See Part 20.30D)
A – ADMINISTRATIVE CONDITIONAL USE (see Part 20.30E)
S – Permitted only as a subordinate use to a permitted or special use

Chart 20.10.440 Uses in land use districts

Residential – Nonresidential Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Professional Office

Office

Office/Limited
Business

Office/Limited
Business 2

Light Industry

General Commercial

Neighborhood
Business

Neighborhood
Mixed Use

Community Business

Factoria Land Use
District 1

Factoria Land Use
District 2

Factoria Land Use
District 3

PO

O

OLB

OLB 2

LI

GC

NB

NMU

CB

F1

F2

F3

1

Residential

Single-Family Dwelling (3)

P 15

P 1

S

S

S

P 8

S

S

S

S

Two to Four Dwelling Units per Structure (6)

P 1

P

P

P 8

P 8, 11

P 6

P

P

P

Five or More Dwelling Units per Structure (6)

P 1

P

P

P 8

P 8, 11

P 6

P

P

P

12

Group Quarters: Dormitories, Fraternal Houses, Excluding Military and Correctional Institutions and Excluding Secure Community Transition Facilities (16)

P

C

C

C

Rooming House (17)

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

Senior Citizen Dwellings (4, 7)

P

P

P

P

P 8

P 8, 11

P

P

P

P

13

15

Hotels and Motels

P

P

P

C

C

P

P

Congregate Care Senior Housing (4, 7, 16)

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

6516

Nursing Home (7, 16)

C

P

P

C

P

P

P

P

Assisted Living (4, 7)

C

P

C

P

C

P

P

P

C

C

Accessory Dwelling Unit (9)

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

S

Supportive Housing (18)

C

P

P

P

P 8

P 8, 11

P

P

P

P

Permitted uses in the Shoreline Overlay District are listed in LUC 20.25E.020.

Permitted uses in the Evergreen Highlands Design District (EH-A, EH-B, EH-C and EH-D) are listed in LUC 20.25F.010.

Permitted uses in the Office and Limited Business-Open Space District (OLB-OS) are listed in LUC 20.25L.020.

Permitted uses in the BelRed District (BR) are listed in LUC 20.25D.070.

Permitted uses in the Camp and Conference Center District (CCC) are listed in LUC 20.25N.040.

Permitted uses in the Eastgate Transit Oriented Development District (EG-TOD) are listed in LUC 20.25P.050.

KEY:
P – PERMITTED USE
C – CONDITIONAL USE (see Part 20.30B or Part 20.30C)
PD – PERMITTED subject to planned unit development only. (See Part 20.30D)
A – ADMINISTRATIVE CONDITIONAL USE (see Part 20.30E)
S – Permitted only as a subordinate use to a permitted or special use

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Residential:

(1)No more than 50 percent of the gross floor area of the structure shall be devoted to residential use in O Districts, unless Conditional Use Permit approval is obtained and the applicable Comprehensive Plan policies do not discourage multifamily uses.

(2)Intentionally deleted.

(3)A boardinghouse or bed and breakfast is permitted in a single-family dwelling, provided the requirements of LUC 20.20.140 are met.

(4)An agreement must be recorded with the King County Recorder’s Office, or its successor agency, and filed with the Bellevue City Clerk, restricting senior citizen dwellings, congregate care senior housing, or assisted living to remain for the life of the project.

(5)Through the planned unit development process, senior citizen dwellings may include common dining and recreation facilities.

(6)Multifamily development in Planning Districts A and B of the Crossroads Subarea is not allowed. Multifamily development in Planning District E of the Crossroads Subarea north of NE 8th Street may be allowed through a Council-approved development agreement that is consistent with Chapter 36.70B RCW and includes design guidelines that are consistent with the vision of Comprehensive Plan Policies S-CR-79 and S-CR-81 regarding the creation of mixed-use developments with pedestrian connections, park connections where appropriate, and public open space. Refer to the Crossroads Subarea Planning District Guidelines of the Comprehensive Plan for Planning Districts A, B and E.

(7)In Planning Districts A and B of the Crossroads Subarea and in Planning District E of the Crossroads Subarea north of NE 8th Street, existing legal nonconforming multifamily uses can be converted to senior citizen housing, congregate care senior housing, assisted living or nursing homes. Refer to the Crossroads Subarea Planning District Guidelines of the Comprehensive Plan for Planning Districts A, B and E.

(8)These residential uses are permitted in NB and NMU Districts only if located on the second floor and above the permitted ground floor nonresidential uses.

(9)Accessory dwelling units are permitted only as subordinate to single-family dwellings and are subject to the provisions of LUC 20.20.120.

(10)Intentionally deleted.

(11)The Director may allow a departure from the requirement to provide ground floor neighborhood serving (nonresidential) uses in multifamily developments; provided, that the departure is necessary to mitigate an economic hardship that would preclude project viability. A departure may be granted where the applicant demonstrates that:

(a)The required neighborhood serving uses do not front on an arterial;

(b)Visual and physical access to the required neighborhood serving uses is limited by topography or other site-specific obstacles; and

(c)The required neighborhood serving uses would not be visible from other development located in the NMU District, adjacent neighborhoods, nearby arterials or highways.

A departure may be allowed for all sides of the building or some portion thereof; provided, that the approved departure is consistent with the NMU Land Use District definition included in the Comprehensive Plan and LUC 20.10.350. If a departure is granted, ancillary residential uses such as a meeting room, leasing office, kitchen, daycare and work-live space are preferred over occupied residential living space.

(12)Intentionally deleted.

(13)Intentionally deleted.

(14)Intentionally deleted.

(15)One single-family dwelling unit, occupying no more than 25 percent of the floor area of the structure, is permitted in the PO District.

(16)See LUC 20.20.190 for additional regulations.

(17)See LUC 20.20.700 for general development requirements for rooming house.

(18)Supportive Housing, as defined in LUC 20.20.845.C.2, may be permitted when meeting the requirements in LUC 20.20.845 and as provided below.

a.In Single-Family Land Use Districts (R-1 to R-7.5), the Supportive Housing development shall comply with all standards and requirements applicable to single-family residential use in the underlying Single-Family Residential Land Use District.

b.In Multifamily Residential Land Use Districts (R-10 to R-30), the Supportive Housing development shall comply with all standards and requirements applicable to multifamily residential use in the underlying Multifamily Residential Land Use District.

c.In Nonresidential Land Use Districts, Supportive Housing development shall comply with all standards and requirements applicable to residential use in the underlying Land Use District.

(19)Affordable housing duplexes and triplexes are permitted within subdivisions when the requirements of LUC 20.20.128 are met.

(Ord. 6672, 7-25-22, § 1; Ord. 6670, 7-18-22, § 4; Ord. 6626, 12-6-21, §§ 1, 2; Ord. 6417, 5-21-18, § 4; Ord. 6366, 8-7-17, § 5; Ord. 6277, 3-7-16, § 1; Ord. 6229, 6-1-15, § 1; Ord. 6223, 4-6-15, § 1; Ord. 6197, 11-17-14, § 2; Ord. 6190, 11-3-14, § 5; Ord. 5876, 5-18-09, § 4; Ord. 5791, 12-3-07, § 4; Ord. 5717, 2-20-07, § 2; Ord. 5480, 10-20-03, § 2; Ord. 5476, 10-20-03, § 1; Ord. 5475, 10-20-03, § 4; Ord. 5404, 8-5-02, § 1; Ord. 5403, 8-5-02, § 3; Ord. 5385, 7-15-02, § 5; Ord. 5234, 6-26-00, § 1; Ord. 5089, 8-3-98, § 3; Ord. 4999, 7-7-97, § 1; Ord. 4959, 1-6-97, § 1; Ord. 4861, 3-18-96, § 16; Ord. 4816, 11-27-95, § 401; Ord. 4696-A, 11-21-94, § 2; Ord. 4498, 3-15-93, § 1; Ord. 4422, 9-28-92, § 2; Ord. 4255, 6-3-91, § 1; Ord. 4065, 10-23-89, § 1; Ord. 4028, 7-17-89, § 1; Ord. 3530, 8-12-85, § 7; Ord. 2945, 2-2-81, § 5)