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Chart 20.10.440 Uses in land use districts

Wholesale and Retail – 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

5

Trade (Wholesale and Retail) (39)

51

Wholesale Trade: General Merchandise, Products, Supplies, Materials and Equipment Except the Following: (1)

5111

5156

5157 5191 5192

Wholesale Trade: Motor Vehicles, Primary and Structural Metals, Bulk Petroleum (2)

5193

Scrap Waste Materials, Livestock

Recycling Centers

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

C

521

522

523

524

Lumber and Other Bulky Building Materials Including Preassembled Products (3)

5251

Hardware, Paint, Tile and Wallpaper (Retail)

5252

Farm Equipment

53

General Merchandise: Dry Goods, Variety and Dept. Stores (Retail)

54

Food and Convenience Store (Retail) (27)

5511

Autos (Retail)

Trucks, Motorcycles, Recreational Vehicles (Retail)

Boats (Retail)

552

Automotive and Marine Accessories (Retail)

553

Gasoline Service Stations (40)

56

Apparel and Accessories (Retail)

57

Furniture, Home Furnishing (Retail)

58

Eating and Drinking Establishments (37)

59

Misc. Retail Trade: Drugs, Liquor, Antiques, Books, Sporting Goods, Jewelry, Florist, Photo Supplies, Video Rentals and Computer Supplies

Adult Retail Establishments (31)

59

Marijuana Retail Outlet

5961

Farm Supplies, Hay, Grain, Feed and Fencing, etc. (Retail)

596

Retail Fuel Yards

5996

Garden Supplies, Small Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, Ground Cover, Horticultural Nurseries and Light Supplies and Tools

8

8

8

8

8

5999

Pet Shop (Retail and Grooming)

Computers and Electronics (Retail)

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.

*Not effective within the jurisdiction of the East Bellevue Community Council.

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

Wholesale and Retail – 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

(5)

NMU

CB

(36*)

F1

F2

F3

5

Trade (Wholesale and Retail) (39)

51

Wholesale Trade: General Merchandise, Products, Supplies, Materials and Equipment Except the Following: (1)

P

P

5111

5156

5157 5191 5192

Wholesale Trade: Motor Vehicles, Primary and Structural Metals, Bulk Petroleum (2)

P

C

5193

Scrap Waste Materials, Livestock

Recycling Centers

P

P

P

P

P

P

521

522

523

524

Lumber and Other Bulky Building Materials Including Preassembled Products (3)

P 35

P

P

P

5251

Hardware, Paint, Tile and Wallpaper (Retail)

P

S 35

P

P

P

P

P

5252

Farm Equipment

P 35

53

General Merchandise: Dry Goods, Variety and Dept. Stores (Retail)

P

P

P

P

54

Food and Convenience Store (Retail) (27)

P

P

P

P

P

P

5511

Autos (Retail)

P 6

43

A 4, 35

P

P 6

C

C

Trucks, Motorcycles, Recreational Vehicles (Retail)

P 25

P 25, 43

P 7, 35

P

Boats (Retail)

43

P 35

P

552

Automotive and Marine Accessories (Retail)

P 35

P

P

P

553

Gasoline Service Stations (34, 40)

A 34

A

P 34, 35

P

P

P

P

P

A 34

A 34

56

Apparel and Accessories (Retail)

S

P

P

P

P

P

S

S

57

Furniture, Home Furnishing (Retail)

P

P 11, 35

P

P

P

P

58

Eating and Drinking Establishments (37)

P 13

P 14

P 28

P 15, 29, 35

P

P 16, 28

P 28

P

P

P 14

P 14

59

Misc. Retail Trade: Drugs, Liquor, Antiques, Books, Sporting Goods, Jewelry, Florist, Photo Supplies, Video Rentals and Computer Supplies

P 17

S

P

P

P 19

P

P

P

S

S

Adult Retail Establishments (31)

S

P

P

S

S

59

Marijuana Retail Outlet

A 41, 42

A 41, 42

A 41, 42

5961

Farm Supplies, Hay, Grain, Feed and Fencing, etc. (Retail)

P 35

P

596

Retail Fuel Yards

P 35

P

5996

Garden Supplies, Small Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, Ground Cover, Horticultural Nurseries and Light Supplies and Tools

P 35

P

P 20

P 20

P 20

5999

Pet Shop (Retail and Grooming)

P

P 26, 35

P 26

P

P

P

P

Computers and Electronics (Retail)

P

P 12, 35

P 12

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.

*Not effective within the jurisdiction of the East Bellevue Community Council.

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 – Wholesale and Retail:

(1)Wholesale trade includes sales offices for these goods.

(2)Wholesale trade of motor vehicles, primary and structural metals, and bulk petroleum includes sales offices for these goods and excludes tank farms.

(3)Bulk retail includes sales offices for these goods.

(4)Automobile (retail) is subject to the decision criteria in LUC 20.20.135.

(5)Each individual wholesale and retail use in NB Districts, except retail food stores and miscellaneous retail trade, is limited to 5,000 square feet. Wholesale and retail uses intending to operate between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. must obtain administrative conditional use approval. The applicant must meet the decision criteria for an Administrative Conditional Use Permit set forth in Chapter 20.30E LUC, and must demonstrate that: (a) the use will meet the requirements of the Noise Control Ordinance, Chapter 9.18 BCC; and (b) the use will meet the lighting standards of the Community Retail Design District for all lighting fixtures on the premises that would be lit between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. Businesses operating between the hours of 12:00 midnight and 6:00 a.m. on the effective date of the ordinance codified in this chapter are exempt from the ACUP requirements.

(6)Retail auto sales are permitted only in the following locations:

(a)The west side of 116th Avenue NE between NE 8th Street and the SE 8th Street off-ramp from northbound I-405;

(b)Along SE 36th Street west of the ravine located at the approximate alignment of 133rd Avenue SE and east of 132nd Avenue SE; and

(c)Fronting on SE 37th Street in the NMU District where the subject property was zoned General Commercial prior to the adoption of Ordinance No. 6366 on August 15, 2017.

(7)Motorcycle (retail) requires administrative conditional use approval in LI Districts.

(8)Garden supply retail and nurseries are permitted uses in these residential districts when they have been operating continuously since prior to 1955.

(9)Intentionally deleted.

(10)Intentionally deleted.

(11)Furniture and home furnishings are limited to uses with on-site warehousing in LI Districts.

(12)Computer supplies are permitted as a subordinate use to computer sales in LI and GC Districts.

(13)Eating and drinking establishments are excluded in transition areas in O Districts.

(14)Eating and drinking establishments are permitted in the OLB, F2 and F3 Districts subject to the following criteria:

(a)Such uses are physically integrated within a structure primarily used as a hotel or motel; office building; charitable, social, professional and labor organization; fraternal lodge; recreational facility or institution such as a public assembly (indoor).

(b)Such uses do not exceed 20 percent of the gross floor area of the structure or structures.

(c)The entire site complex has a unity of design in terms of wall and roof materials, roof slopes and window patterns.

(15)Eating and drinking establishments are permitted in LI Districts only if located in a multiple function building or complex.

(16)Eating and drinking establishments may include liquor sales only if operated under a Class A or C liquor license issued by the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board. Eating and drinking establishments with other classes of liquor licenses require administrative conditional use approval.

(17)Other retail trade is limited to drugstores only in O Districts.

(18)Intentionally deleted.

(19)Except for drugstores, all miscellaneous retail uses combined cannot exceed 10,000 square feet and each individual use cannot exceed 3,000 square feet.

(20)The term “garden supplies” excludes items such as large trees, rock and bulk supplies which require special handling equipment in NB, CB, and F1 Districts.

(21)Limited to a maximum of 1,500 gross square feet per establishment.

(22)Limited to a maximum of 3,000 gross square feet per establishment, except for food, retail.

(23)Intentionally deleted.

(24)No on-site outdoor display or inventory storage.

(25)Only retail sale of motorcycles is a permitted use and outdoor storage is prohibited.

(26)Only pet grooming is permitted in the LI and GC Districts.

(27)Food and convenience stores (retail) must contain at least 75 percent square footage of retail food sales not for consumption on premises.

(28)Drive-in windows are not permitted.

(29)No more than one eating and drinking establishment is permitted in any building.

(30)Limited to a maximum of 15,000 gross square feet per establishment or up to 25,000 gross square feet through a conditional use.

(31)Adult retail establishments are subject to the regulations for adult entertainment uses in LUC 20.20.127.

(32)(Reserved).

(33)(Deleted by Ord. 5089).

(34)Gasoline service stations may include subordinate convenience stores.

(35)Any business which combines 2 or more permitted retail sales uses and also includes subordinate retail sales uses shall be limited in size to 50,000 square feet.

(36)* Retail uses in CB Districts in the following subareas, as designated in the Comprehensive Plan, are limited in size to 100,000 gross square feet or less: Bridle Trails, Evergreen Highlands, Newcastle, North Bellevue, Northeast Bellevue, Richards Valley, South Bellevue, Southeast Bellevue, and Wilburton; provided, that in CB Districts in the Wilburton Subarea, retail uses may be allowed to exceed 100,000 gross square feet through a Council-approved development agreement that is consistent with Chapter 36.70B RCW and includes design guidelines that (a) address the potential impacts of that scale of retail use, and (b) are consistent with the vision of Comprehensive Plan Policy S-WI-3 regarding the creation of a “retail village” on the commercial area west of 120th Avenue NE.

(37)Microbrewery manufacturing is permitted subordinate to an eating and drinking establishment; provided, that the manufacturing use occupies not more than 50 percent of the total square footage of the combined establishment.

(38)Intentionally deleted.

(39)All wholesale and retail uses, which offer shopping carts to customers, shall (a) designate a shopping cart containment area as defined in BCC 9.10.010; (b) display signage around shopping cart corrals and at the perimeter of the shopping cart containment area that provides notice that unauthorized removal of a shopping cart from the premises constitutes theft under RCW 9A.56.270 and unauthorized abandonment of a shopping cart more than 100 feet away from the parking area of a retail establishment or shopping cart containment area is a Class 3 civil infraction as defined in RCW 7.80.120; and (c) display information on each shopping cart that is consistent with the labeling requirements of RCW 9A.56.270 and includes a 24-hour toll-free phone number to report abandoned shopping carts. Abandoned shopping carts or shopping carts located outside of a shopping cart containment area constitute a public nuisance under BCC 9.10.030(H) and may be abated through the provisions of Chapter 1.18 BCC.

(40)Battery exchange stations are ancillary to gasoline service stations, and are permitted through the applicable review process as a component of that use. Operators of battery exchange stations must comply with federal and state law regulating the handling, storage, and disposal of batteries.

(41)See LUC 20.20.535 for general development requirements for marijuana uses.

(42) Marijuana retail outlet excludes medical marijuana cooperative: Medical marijuana cooperatives, as authorized under RCW 69.51A.250, now or as hereafter amended, are prohibited in Bellevue. See LUC 20.20.535 for general requirements applicable to marijuana uses.

(43)In the OLB 2 District, retail auto, truck, RV and boat showrooms may be allowed through a development agreement. No outdoor storage of autos, trucks, boats and RVs is allowed.

*Not effective within the jurisdiction of the East Bellevue Community Council.

(Ord. 6457, 3-18-19, §§ 1, 2; Ord. 6425, 10-1-18, § 3; Ord. 6417, 5-21-18, § 4; Ord. 6366, 8-7-17, § 5; Ord. 6316, 11-7-16, § 1; Ord. 6277, 3-7-16, § 1; Ord. 6253, 8-3-15, § 5; Ord. 6190, 11-3-14, § 5; Ord. 6169, 7-14-14, § 1; Ord. 6108, 4-15-13, § 1; Ord. 5989, 2-7-11, § 2; Ord. 5892, 7-20-09, § 1; Ord. 5876, 5-18-09, § 4; Ord. 5866, 4-6-09, § 1; Ord. 5717, 2-20-07, § 2; Ord. 5587, 3-7-05, § 3; Ord. 5489, 10-20-03, § 1; Ord. 5480, 10-20-03, § 2; Ord. 5475, 10-20-03, § 4; Ord. 5434, 1-21-03, § 2; Ord. 5403, 8-5-02, § 3; Ord. 5385, 7-15-02, § 5; Ord. 5089, 8-3-98, § 3; Ord. 4979, 3-17-97, § 1; Ord. 4973, 3-3-97, § 301; Ord. 4935, 12-2-96, § 1; Ord. 4816, 11-27-95, § 401; Ord. 4654, 6-6-94, § 17; Ord. 4646, 5-2-94, § 3; Ord. 4516, 4-12-93, § 1; Ord. 4422, 9-28-92, § 2; Ord. 4176, 11-26-90, § 3; Ord. 4117, 1-16-90, § 1; Ord. 4028, 7-17-89, § 1; Ord. 3884, 2-16-88, § 1; Ord. 3813, 7-20-87, § 1; Ord. 3530, 8-12-85, § 7; Ord. 2966, 1-18-82, § 2)