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A. Permitted Uses. Specific categories of uses are listed in Chart 20.25A.050.D. Subsection C of this section explains Chart 20.25A.050.D and describes the applicable review procedures. The use chart description and interpretation provisions of LUC 20.10.400 do not apply in Downtown.

B. Prohibited Uses. The manufacturing use table has been removed from Downtown because there are no manufacturing uses that are generally permitted in any Downtown Land Use District unless they have been specifically added to another chart such as wholesale and retail.

C. Use Chart Description and Interpretation.

1. Description. In Chart 20.25A.050.D, land use classifications and standard Land Use Code reference numbers are listed on the vertical axis. Downtown Land Use Districts are shown on the horizontal axis.

a. If no symbol appears in the box at the intersection of the column and the row, the use is not allowed in that Land Use District, except for short-term uses, which are regulated under Part 20.30M LUC (Temporary Use Permit), and subordinate uses which are regulated under LUC 20.20.840.

b. If the symbol “P” appears in the box at the intersection of the column and row, the use is permitted subject to applicable general requirements of Chapter 20.20 LUC for the use and the Land Use District-specific requirements of this Part 20.25A LUC.

c. If the symbol “C” appears in the box at the intersection of the column and the row, the use is permitted subject to the Conditional Use provisions specified in Part 20.30B in addition to any applicable general requirements for the use and the Land Use District.

d. If the symbol “A” appears in the box at the intersection of the column and the row, the use is permitted subject to the Administrative Conditional Use provisions as specified in Part 20.30E LUC in addition to any applicable general requirements for the use and the Land Use District.

e. If a number appears in the box at the intersection of the column and the row, the use is permitted through the applicable review process and subject to the special limitations indicated in the corresponding Notes.

2. Interpretation of the Land Use Code Charts by the Director. In the case of a question as to the inclusion or exclusion of a particular proposed use in a particular use category, the Director shall have the authority to make the final determination per LUC 20.10.420.

D. Use Charts. The following charts apply to Downtown. The use charts contained in LUC 20.10.440 do not apply within the Downtown Land Use Districts.

Chart 20.25A.050.D Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts

Culture, Entertainment, and Recreation – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

711

Library, Museum

P

P

P

A

A

P

7113

Art Gallery

P

P

P

P (3)

P

P

712

Nature Exhibitions: Aquariums and Botanical Gardens

P

P

P

7212

7214

7222

7231

7232

Public Assembly (Indoor): Sports, Arenas, Auditoriums and Exhibition Halls but Excluding School Facilities

P

P

P

A (3)

A

P

7212

7214

7218

Motion Picture, Theaters, Night Clubs, Dance Halls and Teen Clubs

P

P

P

A (3)

A

P

7213

Drive-In Theaters

Adult Theaters (4)

P

P

P

P

7223

73

Public Assembly (Outdoor): Fairgrounds and Amusement Parks, Miniature Golf, Golf Driving Ranges, Go-Cart Tracks, BMX Tracks and Skateboard Tracks (1)

73

Commercial Amusements: Video Arcades, Electronic Games

P

P

P

P

P

7411

7413

7422

7423

7424

7441

7449

Recreation Activities: Miniature Golf, Tennis Courts, Community Clubs, Athletic Fields, Play Fields, Recreation Centers, Swimming Pools (2)

P

P

P

P (5)

P

P

744

Marinas, Yacht Clubs

7413

7414

7415

7417

7425

Recreation Activities: Skating, Bowling, Gymnasiums, Athletic Clubs, Health Clubs, Recreational Instruction

P

P

P

A/P (3) (5)

P

P

7491

7515

Camping Sites and Hunting Clubs

76

Private Leisure and Open Space Areas Excluding Recreation Activities Above

P

P

P

P (5)

P

P

Public/Private Park

P

P

P

P (5)

P

P

Stables and Riding Academies

Boarding or Commercial Kennels (6)

City Park (5)

P

P

P

P

P

P

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Culture, Entertainment, and Recreation:

(1)For carnivals, see LUC 20.20.160.

(2)Limited to a maximum of 2,000 gross square feet per establishment.

(3)Nonresidential uses are permitted in the DT-R District only when developed in a building that contains residential uses.

(4)Adult theaters are subject to the regulations for adult entertainment uses in LUC 20.20.127.

(5)Outdoor recreation facilities that include lighted sports and playfields or sports and play fields with amplified sound require administrative conditional use approval when located in the DT-R District.

(6)Boarding, commercial kennels, pet grooming, and pet daycare are allowed as subordinate uses to a veterinary clinic or animal hospital meeting the criteria of LUC 20.20.130.

Residential – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

Two or More Dwelling Units per Structure

P

P

P

P

P

P

12

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

P

P

P

P

P

P

13

Hotels and Motels

P

P

P

P

P

P

15

Transient Lodging

C

C

C

C

C

C

Congregate Care Senior Housing (1)

P

P (2)

P

P

P

P

6516

Nursing Home, Assisted Living

P

P

P

P

Supportive Housing (3)

P

P

P

P

P

P

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Residential:

(1)An agreement shall be recorded with the King County Recorder’s Office (or its successor agency) and provided to the Director, restricting senior citizen dwellings or congregate care senior housing to remain for the life of the project.

(2)Where it is ancillary to Congregate Care Senior Housing, a maximum of 40 percent of the area in a Congregate Care Senior Housing facility may be dedicated to a nursing home use, assisted living use, or a combination of both uses.

(3)Supportive Housing, as defined in LUC 20.20.845.C.2, may be permitted when meeting the requirements in LUC 20.20.845. The Supportive Housing development shall comply with all standards and requirements applicable to residential use in the underlying Land Use District.

Services – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

61

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Services

P (10)

P (10)

P (10)

P (4) (5) (11)

P (11)

P (10)

62

Personal Services: Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Barber and Beauty, Photography Studio and Shoe Repair

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P

P (4)

6241

Funeral and Crematory Services

6262

Cemeteries

Family Child Care Home in Residence (1)

P

P

P

P

P

P

629

Child Day Care Center (1) (2)

P

P

P

P

P

P

629

Adult Day Care

P

P

P

P

P

P

63

Business Services, Duplicating and Blue Printing, Steno, Advertising (Except Outdoor), Travel Agencies, Employment, and Printing and Publishing

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P

P

634

Building Maintenance and Pest Control Services

637

Warehousing and Storage Services, Excluding Stockyards

639

Rental and Leasing Services: Cars, Trucks, Trailers, Furniture and Tools

P

P

P

P

641

Auto Repair and Washing Services

P (3) (8)

649

Repair Services: Watch, TV, Electrical, Upholstery

P

P

P

P

Professional Services: Medical Clinics and Other Health Care Related Services (12)

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P (4)

P

Professional Services: Other

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P (4)

P

Pet Grooming and Pet Day Care (9)

P

P

P

P/A (11)

P

P

6513

Hospitals (12)

C

C

66

Contract Construction Services: Building Construction, Plumbing, Paving and Landscape

671

Governmental Services: Executive, Legislative, Administrative and Judicial Functions

P

P

P

P (5)

P (5)

P

672

673

Governmental Services: Protective Functions and Related Activities Excluding Maintenance Shops

P

C

C

P

Limited Governmental Services: Executive and Administrative, Legislative and Protective Functions (6)

P

P

P

P (5)

P (5)

P

674

675

Military and Correctional Institutions

Secure Community Transition Facility

681

Education: Primary and Secondary (7)

A

A

A

A/C (7)

A

A

682

Universities and Colleges

P

P

P

P

683

Special Schools: Vocational, Trade, Art, Music, Driving, Barber and Beauty Schools

P

P

P

P/A (5) (11)

P (5)

P

691

Religious Activities

P

P

P

C

C

P

692 (A)

Professional and Labor Organizations Fraternal Lodge

P

P

P

C

C

P

692 (B)

Social Service Providers

P

P

P

C

C

P

Administrative Office – General

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P

P

Computer Program, Data Processing and Other Computer-Related Services

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P

P

Research, Business Incubation, Development and Testing Services

P

P

P

P (4) (5)

P

P

Marijuana Research (13)

Homeless Services Uses (14)

C

C

C

C

C

C

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Services:

(1)Refer to Chapter 20.50 LUC for definitions of child care service, family child care home, and child day care center.

(2)A child care service may be located in a community facility in any Land Use District pursuant to LUC 20.20.170.E.

(3)Auto repair and washing services are permitted only if washing services are a subordinate use pursuant to LUC 20.20.840. All auto repair shall be performed in a structure.

(4)Limited to a maximum of 2,000 gross square feet per establishment.

(5)Nonresidential uses are permitted in the DT-R District only if developed in a building that contains residential uses.

(6)Uses are limited to 1,000 square feet, except for protective functions that are limited to community police stations of 1,500 square feet or less.

(7)Primary and secondary educational facilities are an administrative conditional use in all Land Use Districts; provided, that in the DT-R District a Conditional Use Permit is required for:

(a)The siting of such educational facility on a site not previously developed with an educational facility; or

(b)The addition to or modification of a site previously developed with an educational facility where that addition or modification involves:

(i)An increase of 20 percent or more in the number of students occupying the school. The increase shall be measured against the number of students for which the school was designed prior to the addition or modification, without regard to temporary structures that may have been added to the site over time. If there is no information establishing the number of students for which the school was originally designed, then the increase shall be measured against the average number of students occupying the school in the three academic years immediately preceding the proposed addition or modification; or

(ii)A change in the age group of students occupying the school, or the addition of an age group where such age group was not previously served at the school, except that the addition of students younger than kindergarten age consistent with the definition of school in LUC 20.50.046 shall not be considered a change in the age group of students or an addition of an age group for purposes of this subsection. For purposes of this subsection, age group refers to elementary, middle, junior or high school, as defined and used by the school district operating the school; or

(iii)The addition of facilities or programs that may result in impacts not anticipated at the time the original school was developed, including, for example development of lighted ballfields or the addition of lighting to existing ballfields; development of an exterior sound amplification system; development of fixed outdoor seating; or a proposal to increase the height of the facility pursuant to LUC 20.20.740.A.3.b.

(8)Battery exchange stations are ancillary to auto repair and washing services and are permitted through the applicable review process as a component of that use. Operators of battery exchange stations shall comply with federal and state law regulating the handling, storage, and disposal of batteries.

(9)Boarding and commercial kennels are permitted as a subordinate use to a pet grooming or pet day care meeting the criteria of LUC 20.20.130.

(10)Drive-in and drive-through facilities are permitted as a subordinate use pursuant to LUC 20.20.840 only if located within a structured parking area and not adjacent to any publicly accessible space. Parking shall comply with LUC 20.25A.080.A.

(11)When the use occupies less than or equal to 2,000 square feet, the use is permitted outright. When the use occupies more than 2,000 square feet, an Administrative Conditional Use Permit is required.

(12)Standalone emergency rooms shall only be allowed when affiliated with a hospital.

(13)Marijuana research uses, as authorized under RCW 69.50.372, now or as hereafter amended, are prohibited in Bellevue. See LUC 20.20.535 for general requirements applicable to marijuana uses.

(14)A homeless services use requires approval of a Conditional Use Permit unless the City Council agrees to negotiate a development agreement. Refer to LUC 20.20.455.D.

Transportation and Utilities – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

41

Rail Transportation: Right-of-Way, Yards, Terminals, Maintenance Shops

42

4291

Motor Vehicle Transportation: Bus Terminals, Taxi Headquarters

A

A

A

A

4214

422

Motor Vehicle Transportation: Maintenance Garages and Motor Freight Services

43

Aircraft Transportation: Airports, Fields, Terminals, Heliports, Storage and Maintenance

A (3)

A (3)

A (4)

A (3)

Accessory Parking (1) (2) (12)

P

P

P

P (14)

P

P

46

Auto Parking: Commercial Lots and Garages (12)

P (5)

P (5)

P (5)

A

P (5)

P (5)

Park and Ride

475

Radio and Television Broadcasting Studios

P

P

P

P

P

485

Solid Waste Disposal

Highway and Street Right-of-Way (12)

P

P

P

P

P

P

Utility Facility

C

C

C

C

C

C

Local Utility System

P

P

P

P

P

P

Regional Utility System

C

C

C

C

C

C

On-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storage Facility

Off-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storage Facility

Essential Public Facility (9)

C

C

C

C

C

C

Regional Light Rail Transit Systems and Facilities (13)

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

Wireless Communication Facility (WCF): (without WCF Support Structures)

(6) (7) (10)

(6) (7) (10)

(6) (7) (10)

(6) (7) (10)

(6) (7) (10)

(6) (7) (10)

Communication, Broadcast and Relay Towers Including WCF Support Structures (Freestanding)

(6) (7)

(6) (7)

(6) (7)

(6) (7)

(6) (7)

(6) (7)

Satellite Dishes (8)

P

P

P

P

P

P

Electrical Utility Facility (11)

A/C

A/C

A/C

A/C

A/C

A/C

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Transportation and Utilities:

(1)The location of an off-site parking facility requires Director approval. See LUC 20.25A.080.D.

(2)Accessory parking requires approval through the review process required for the primary land use that it serves pursuant to this section.

(3)Aircraft transportation is limited in these Land Use Districts to government heliports used exclusively for emergency purposes and regulated pursuant to the terms of LUC 20.20.450.

(4)Aircraft transportation is limited in these Land Use Districts to government and hospital heliports used exclusively for emergency purposes and regulated pursuant to the terms of LUC 20.20.450.

(5)Design Review approval, Part 20.30F LUC, is required to establish a commercial parking facility. Refer to LUC 20.25A.080.E for additional development requirements.

(6)Wireless communication facilities (WCFs) are not permitted on any residential structure, undeveloped site located in a residential Land Use District, or site that is developed with a residential use; except WCFs are allowed on mixed-use buildings that include residential uses. This note does not prohibit locating WCF: on any nonresidential structure (i.e., churches, schools, public facility structures, utility poles, etc.) or in public rights-of-way in any residential Land Use District.

(7)Refer to LUC 20.20.195 for general requirements applicable to wireless communication facilities and other communication, broadcast, and relay facilities.

(8)Refer to LUC 20.20.730 for general requirements applicable to large satellite dishes.

(9)Refer to LUC 20.20.350 for general requirements applicable to essential public facilities (EPF).

(10)Antenna and associated equipment used to transmit or receive fixed wireless signals when located at a fixed customer location are permitted in all Downtown Land Use Districts and are exempt from the requirements of LUC 20.20.010, 20.20.195 and 20.20.525 so long as the antenna and equipment comply with 47 C.F.R. 1.400, now or as hereafter amended. A building permit may be required to ensure safe installation of the antenna and equipment.

(11)For the definition of an electrical utility facility, see LUC 20.50.018, and for reference to applicable development regulations relating to electrical utility facilities, see LUC 20.20.255. For new or expanding electrical utility facilities proposed on sensitive sites as described by Map UT-7 of the Utilities Element of the Comprehensive Plan, the applicant shall obtain Conditional Use Permit approval under Part 20.30B LUC, complete an alternative siting analysis as described in LUC 20.20.255.D and comply with decision criteria and design standards set forth in LUC 20.20.255. For expansions of electrical utility facilities not proposed on sensitive sites as described by Map UT-7, the applicant shall obtain Administrative Conditional Use Permit approval under Part 20.30E LUC and comply with decision criteria and design standards set forth in LUC 20.20.255.

(12)Electric vehicle infrastructure, excluding battery exchange stations, is ancillary to motor vehicle parking and highways and rights-of-way, and is permitted through the applicable review process as a component of that use.

(13)Refer to Part 20.25M LUC, Light Rail Overlay District, for specific requirements applicable to EPF defined as a regional light rail transit facility or regional light rail transit system pursuant to LUC 20.25M.020. A Conditional Use Permit is not required when the City Council has approved a regional light rail transit facility or regional light rail transit system by resolution or ordinance, or by a Development Agreement authorized by Chapter 36.70B RCW and consistent with LUC 20.25M.030.B.1.

(14)Accessory parking is not permitted in residential Land Use Districts as accessory to uses that are not permitted in these districts.

Wholesale and Retail – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

51

Wholesale Trade: General Merchandise, Products, Supplies, Materials and Equipment

Recycling Centers (15)

P

P

P

A

A

P

521

522

523

524

Lumber and Other Bulky Building Materials Including Preassembled Products

5251

Hardware, Paint, Tile and Wallpaper (Retail)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (5)

P

5252

Farm Equipment

53

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

P

P

P

P (1)

P (5)

P

54

Food and Convenience Store (Retail) (3)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (5)

P

5511

Autos (Retail), Motorcycles (Retail)

P (2)

P (2)

P (2)

P (2)

Commercial Trucks, Recreational Vehicles (Retail)

Boats (Retail)

P (2)

P (2)

P (2)

P (2)

552

Automotive and Marine Accessories (Retail)

P

P

553

Gasoline Service Stations (8) (9)

P

P

P

P

56

Apparel and Accessories (Retail)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (2)

P

57

Furniture, Home Furnishing (Retail)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (2)

P

58

Eating and Drinking Establishments (4) (7)

P

P

P

P

P

P

59

Misc. Retail Trade: Drugs, Liquor, Antiques, Books, Sporting Goods, Jewelry, Florist, Photo Supplies, Video Rentals and Computer Supplies (12)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (2)

P

Handcrafted Products (Retail) (11) (14)

P

P

P

P (1)

P

P

Adult Retail Establishments (6)

P

P

P

P

P

59

Marijuana Retail Outlet

A (4) (10) (16)

A (4) (10) (16)

A (4) (10) (16)

A (4) (10) (16)

A (4) (10) (16)

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

P (13)

P (13)

P (13)

P (13)

5999

Pet Shop (Retail)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (5)

P

Computers and Electronics (Retail)

P

P

P

P (1)

P (5)

P

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Wholesale and Retail:

(1)Nonresidential uses are permitted in DT-R Districts only when developed within the same project limit and simultaneously with an equal or greater amount of floor area devoted to residential uses.

(2)No on-site outdoor display or inventory storage. Loading and unloading shall not be permitted in the right-of-way.

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

(4)Drive-in windows and drive-throughs are not permitted.

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

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

(7)Microbrewery manufacturing is permitted when combined with an eating and drinking establishment.

(8)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.

(9)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 shall comply with federal and state law regulating the handling, storage, and disposal of batteries.

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

(11)Handcrafted product manufacturing is permitted subordinate to a retail establishment selling that product; provided, that the manufacturing use occupies not more than 50 percent of the total square footage of the combined establishment.

(12)Drive-in and drive-through pharmacies are permitted as a subordinate use pursuant to LUC 20.20.840 only if located within a structured parking area and not adjacent to any publicly accessible space.

(13)Garden supplies excludes items such as large trees, rock and bulk supplies that require special handling equipment.

(14)No unreasonable threat to human health and the environment shall be caused by flammable, dangerous or explosive materials associated with this use.

(15)A recycling center is allowed as a subordinate use if it is consistent with LUC 20.20.725.

(16) 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.

Resources – Downtown Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Downtown Office 1

Downtown Office 2

Downtown Mixed Use

Downtown Residential

Downtown Old Bellevue

Downtown Office and Limited Business

DT-O-1

DT-O-2

DT-MU

DT-R

DT-OB

DT-OLB

8

Resource Production (Minerals, Plants, Animals Including Pets and Related Services)

81

Agriculture, Production of Food and Fiber Crops, Dairies, Livestock and Fowl, Excluding Hogs

Marijuana Production

8192

Other Horticultural Specialties: Medical Cannabis Collective Gardens (4)

821

Agricultural Processing

Marijuana Processing

Medical Marijuana Cooperative (5)

8221

Veterinary Clinic and Animal Hospital (1) (3)

P

P

P

P

P/A (2)

P

8222

Poultry Hatcheries

83

Forestry, Tree Farms and Timber Production

8421

Fish Hatcheries

85

Mining, Quarrying (Including Sand and Gravel), Oil and Gas Extraction

Notes: Uses in Downtown Land Use Districts – Resources:

(1)See LUC 20.20.130 for general requirements applicable to this use.

(2)When the veterinary clinic and animal hospital occupy less than or equal to 2,000 square feet, the use is permitted outright. When the veterinary clinic and hospital occupy more than 2,000 square feet, an Administrative Conditional Use Permit is required.

(3)Boarding, commercial kennels, pet grooming, and pet daycare are permitted as subordinate uses to a veterinary clinic or animal hospital meeting the criteria of LUC 20.20.130.

(4)Medical cannabis collective gardens are prohibited in Bellevue.

(5)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.

(Ord. 6672, 7-25-22, § 5; Ord. 6425, 10-1-18, § 15; Ord. 6419, 7-16-18, §§ 2, 3; Ord. 6377, 10-16-17, § 2)