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The following charts apply to BelRed. The use charts contained in LUC 20.10.440 do not apply within the BelRed land use districts.

Chart 20.25D.070 Residential Uses in BelRed Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Residential – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/ MO-1

BR-OR/ OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

1

Residential (1)

Single-Family Dwelling

P 2/

P 2

3

P 2

P

Two to Four Dwelling Units Per Structure

P/P

P

P

3

P 2

P

Five or More Dwelling Units Per Structure (5)

P/P

P

P

3

P 2

P

12

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

Rooming House (6)

P

P

P

P

P

13

15

Hotels and Motels

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

Congregate Care Senior Housing (1)

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

6516

Nursing Home (1)

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

Assisted Living (1)

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

Accessory Dwelling Unit (4)

P/

P/

P

P

P

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C LUC)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E LUC)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Residential:

(1)An agreement shall be recorded with the King County Department of Records and Elections restricting senior citizen dwellings, congregate care senior housing, or assisted living to remain as senior housing for the life of the project.

(2)A minimum density of 10 units per acre shall be achieved for new single-family dwelling units. This requirement does not apply to work-live units.

(3)Work-live units are the only housing permitted in BR-GC.

(4)Accessory dwelling units may be established in existing or permitted (P) single-family structures subject to the performance criteria of LUC 20.20.120.

(5)Bicycle parking shall be provided pursuant to LUC 20.25D.120.G.

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

Chart 20.25D.070 Manufacturing Uses in BelRed Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Manufacturing – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

2 and 3

Manufacturing (1, 2, 5)

21

Food and Beverage Products Mfg. (3)

P 4

P 4

22

Textile Products Mfg.

P 4

P 4

23

Apparel, Fabric, Accessories, and Leather Goods Mfg.

P 4

P 4

24

Lumber and Wood Products Mfg.

25

Furniture and Fixtures Mfg.

P 4

P 4

26

Paper Products Mfg.

P4

P4

27

Printing, Publishing, and Allied Industries

P

28

Chemicals and Related Products Mfg.

31

Rubber Products Mfg.

314

Misc. Plastic Products Mfg.

P 4

P 4

321
322
324
325
327

Light Stone, Clay, and Glass Products Mfg.: Glass, Pottery, and China Ceramic Products, Stone Cutting and Engraving (except Concrete Batch Plant)

P 4

P 4

Concrete Batch Plant

329

Handcrafted Products Mfg.

P 4

P 4

3427

Computers, Office Machines, and Equipment Mfg.

P 4

3433 3434 3435 3436 3437

Electrical Equipment Mfg.: Appliances, Lighting, Radio, TV Communications, Equipment and Component Parts

P 4

3491 3492 3493 3495 3497

Fabricated Metal Products Mfg.: Containers, Hand Tools, Heating Equipment, Screw Products, Coating and Plating

P 4

35

Measuring, Analyzing and Controlling Instruments; Photographic, Medical and Optical Goods; Watches and Clocks Mfg.

P

P 4

P 4

3997

Signs and Advertising Display Mfg.

P

3999

Misc. Light Fabrication, Assembly and Mfg. Not Elsewhere Classified

P

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C LUC)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E LUC)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Manufacturing:

(1)Permitted manufacturing uses shall not include primary metal industries such as foundries, smelters, blast furnaces, rolling mills, and concrete batch plants. The Director may in consultation with the Fire Marshal modify the requirements of this note for a limited scale manufacturing use if the Director determines that the modification will not create an unreasonable threat to human health and the environment. A “limited scale manufacturing use” is one that is size-restricted to 20,000 square feet or less.

(2)The manufacture of flammable, dangerous, or explosive materials is excluded.

(3)Microbrewery manufacturing is permitted as a component of 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.

(4)The manufacturing use located in this land use district shall not exceed 20,000 square feet.

(5)New outdoor storage associated with this permitted manufacturing use shall comply with applicable performance criteria for that use and the Landscape Development Requirements as set forth in LUC 20.25D.110.

Chart 20.25D.070 Transportation and Utilities Uses in BelRed Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Transportation and Utilities – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

4

Transportation, Communications and Utilities

41

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

C/C

C/C

C

C

C

C

C

42

4291

Motor Vehicle Transportation: Bus Terminals, Taxi Headquarters

C

4214

422

Motor Vehicle Transportation: Maintenance Garages and Motor Freight Services (15)

C/

C/

C

43

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

C 1

C 1

Accessory Parking (2, 3, 16)

P/P

P/P

P

P 4

P

P

P

46

Auto Parking Commercial Lots and Garages (5, 16)

/P

/P

P

Park and Ride (6, 16)

C/C

C

475

Radio and Television Broadcasting Studios

485

Solid Waste Disposal (7)

Highway and Street Right-of-Way (8, 16)

P

P/P

P

P

P

P

P

Utility Facility

C

C/C

C

C

C

C

C

Local Utility System

P

P/P

P

P

P

P

P

Regional Utility System

C

C/C

C

C

C

C

C

On- and Off-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storage Facilities

Essential Public Facility (9)

C

C/C

C

C

C

C

C

Regional Light Rail Transit Systems and Facilities (17)

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

C/P

Operations and Maintenance Satellite Facility (OMSF)

18

18

18

18

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

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

10, 11, and 12

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

10, 11

10, 11

10, 11

10, 11

10, 11

10, 11

10, 11

Satellite Dishes (13)

P

P/P

P

P

P

P

P

Electrical Utility Facility (14)

A C/A C

A C/A C

A C

A C

A C

A C

A C

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C LUC)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E LUC)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Transportation and Utilities:

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

(2)Accessory parking requires approval through the review process required for the primary land use which it serves pursuant to Chart 20.25D.070.

(3)The location of an off-site parking facility shall be approved by the Director. See LUC 20.25D.120.

(4)Accessory parking is not permitted in the BR-R land use district as accessory to any use that is not permitted in BR-R.

(5)Commercial lots and garages are only permitted to accommodate short-term parking (four hours or less). Parking structures are required to meet the performance standards contained in LUC 20.25D.120.D.

(6)A park and pool lot or other carpool facility is regulated as a park and ride. A park and ride providing no more than 50 parking spaces, and utilizing the parking area of an established use, shall be regulated as an accessory use under LUC 20.20.200. Any other park and ride requires a conditional use permit.

(7)Solid waste disposal facilities may be continued as an existing use pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060, provided all requirements in LUC 20.20.820 are met.

(8)Design is required to meet the standards contained in LUC 20.25D.140 and the 2008 Transportation Department Design Manual as currently adopted or subsequently amended or superseded.

(9)Refer to LUC 20.20.350 for general requirements applicable to Essential Public Facilities (EPF).

(10)Wireless communication facilities (WCFs) are not permitted on residential structures, sites developed with a residential use, or on undeveloped sites located in the BR-R land use district. This note does not prohibit locating a WCF on nonresidential structures (i.e., churches, schools, public facility structures, utility poles, etc.) or in public rights-of-way in any BR land use district.

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

(12)Antennas and associated equipment used to transmit or receive fixed wireless signals when located at a fixed customer location are permitted in all 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. 1.4000, now or as hereafter amended. A building permit may be required to ensure safe installation of the antenna and equipment.

(13)Refer to LUC 20.20.730 for general requirements applicable to Large Satellite Dishes. In BR-OR, BR-OR-1, BR-OR-2, BR-RC-1, BR-RC-2, BR-RC-3, BR-CR, and BR-R, only the provisions of LUC 20.20.730.B and 20.20.730.C shall apply.

(14)For the definition of 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 Figure UT.5a 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 Figure UT.5a, 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.

(15)Battery Exchange Stations are ancillary to Motor Vehicle Transportation, 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.

(16)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.

(17)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.

(18)Refer to LUC 20.25D.105 for specific requirements applicable to EPF defined as an Operations and Maintenance Satellite Facility (OMSF) pursuant to LUC 20.25D.020. An OMSF is permitted through approval of a Master Development Plan and associated Design Review (Process II) when the application conditions of LUC 20.25D.105.C have been met. When the application conditions of LUC 20.25D.105.C have not been met, an OMSF shall require approval through a Conditional Use Permit (Process I) and shall meet the requirements of LUC 20.20.350 in addition to the requirements of LUC 20.25D.105.D.

Chart 20.25D.070 Wholesale and Retail Uses in BelRed Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Wholesale and Retail – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1

RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

5

Trade (Wholesale and Retail) (1, 7, 15)

51

Wholesale Trade: General Merchandise, Products, Supplies, Materials and Equipment except the following:

P 2

5111 5156 5157 5191 5192

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

5193

Scrap Waste Materials, Livestock

Recycling Centers

P/

P

P

521

522

523

524

Lumber and Other Bulky Building Materials Including Preassembled Products

P 3/

P

P 3

5251

Hardware, Paint, Tile and Wallpaper (Retail)

P 3/

P 3

P 4

P

P 3

5252

Farm Equipment

53

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

P/P 2

P 2

P 4

P

P

54

Food and Convenience Store (Retail) (5,6)

P/P

P/P

P

P 4

P

P

P 4

5511

Autos, Motorcycles (Retail)

P

A 7

Trucks, Recreational Vehicles (Retail)

P 2

Boats (Retail)

P 2

552

Automotive and Marine Accessories (Retail)

P 2

553

Gasoline Service Stations (8,16)

P/

P

P

56

Apparel and Accessories (Retail)

P/P 2

P/P

P

P 4, 13, 14

P 2

P

57

Furniture, Home Furnishing (Retail)

P/P

P

P 4, 13, 14

P

P

58

Eating and Drinking Establishments (3, 6)

P/ P 9

P 9

P 4, 13, 14

P

P

P

59

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

P/ P 3

P 3

P 4, 13, 14

P

P 2

P

Adult Retail Establishments (10)

P/P

P

P

59

Marijuana Retail Outlet

A 17, 18, 19

A 17, 18

A 17, 18

A 17, 18

A 17, 18

A 17, 18

5961

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

P 2

596

Retail Fuel Yards

5996

Garden Supplies, Small Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, Ground Cover, Horticultural Nurseries and Light Supplies and Tools (11)

P/ P 3

P 3

P 4, 13, 14

P

P

5999

Pet Shop (Retail, Pet Day Care, and Grooming) (12)

P 3

P 4, 13, 14

P

P

Computers and Electronics (Retail)

P/ P 3

P 3

P

P

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Wholesale and Retail:

(1)Wholesale trade excludes tank farms.

(2)This individual use is limited in size to no greater than 20,000 square feet per establishment.

(3)Any new business which combines three or more permitted retail sales uses shall be limited in size to 50,000 square feet. This Note does not apply to uses that exceed the size limit but are documented existing uses pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

(4)All permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined shall not exceed 10,000 square feet, except as provided for in Notes (13) and (14) below.

(5)Food and Convenience Stores (Retail) shall contain at least 75 percent square footage of retail food sales not for consumption on premises.

(6)Drive-in windows are not allowed except as regulated by LUC 20.25D.060, Existing Conditions.

(7)See LUC 20.25D.100, Automobile and Motorcycle Sales, Leasing, and Rental, for applicable performance criteria.

(8)Gasoline service stations may include convenience stores.

(9)Microbrewery manufacturing is permitted as a component of 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.

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

(11)Garden Supplies excludes items such as large trees, rock, and bulk supplies which require special handling equipment.

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

(13)In any existing development meeting the definition of LUC 20.25D.060, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy any part of the existing development; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet.

(14)In any new residential building, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy the ground floor without size limitation; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet. A single building is considered residential for the purposes of this Note if more than 50 percent of the gross floor area is devoted to residential uses.

(15)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.

(16)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.

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

(18)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.

(19)Marijuana retail outlet that is allowed as an administrative conditional use pursuant to this section is permitted in BR-MO-1 only.

Chart 20.25D.070 Services Uses in BelRed Land Use Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Services – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

6

Services

61

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Services (10)

P 9/P 9

P/P

P

P 1, 11, 12

P

P

P

62

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

P/P

P/P

P

P1, 11, 12

P

P

P

6241

Funeral and Crematory Services

C/C

C

6262

Cemeteries

629

Child Care Services (2, 3)

Family Child Care Home in Single-Family Residence

P/

P

P

P

P

Child Day Care Center

P/P

P/P

P

A 1

P

P

Adult Day Care

P/P

P/P

P

A 1

P

P

63

Business Services, Duplicating and Blue Printing, Steno, Advertising (Except Outdoor), Travel Agencies and Employment (10)

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

P

634

Building Maintenance and Pest Control Services

P

P

637

Warehousing and Storage Services, Excluding Stockyards

P/

P

639

Rental and Leasing Services: Cars, Trucks, Trailers, Furniture and Tools (4)

P

641

Auto Repair and Washing Services (13)

P/P 5

P 5

P

P

649

Repair Services: Watch, TV, Electrical, Computer, Upholstery

P

P 6

Professional Services: Medical Clinics and Other Health Care Related Services (10)

P/P

P/P

P

P

P 6

P

Professional Services: Other (10)

P/P

P

P 6

P

6513

Hospitals (10)

/C

66

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

P

671

Governmental Services: Executive, Legislative, Administrative and Judicial Functions (10)

A/A

A/A

A

A

672

673

Governmental Services: Protective Functions and Related Activities Excluding Maintenance Shops (10)

A/A

A/A

A

A

A

A

A

Limited Governmental Services: Executive and Administrative, Legislative and Protective Functions (10)

P/P

P/P

P

P 7

P

P

P

674

675

Military and Correctional Institutions

/C

C

Secure Community Transition Facility

681

Education: Primary and Secondary (8, 10)

/A

A/A

A

A

A

A

A

682

Universities and Colleges (10)

A/P

A/P

P

A

A

683

Special Schools: Vocational, Trade, Art, Music, Driving, Barber and Beauty Schools (10)

P/P

P/P

P

P 6

P

P

P 6

691

Religious Activities

P/P

P/P

P

A

P

A

A

692 (A)

Professional and Labor Organizations, Fraternal Lodge

A/A

A/A

A

P

A

A

692 (B)

Social Service Providers

P/P

P/P

P

P

P

P 6

P

Administrative Office – General (10)

P 9 /P 9

P/P

P 9

P

P 9

P

Computer Programming, Data Processing and Other Computer Related Services

P 9

P 9

P

P

Research, Development and Testing Services

P 9

P 9

P

P

Marijuana Research (14)

Homeless Services Uses (15)

C

C

C

C

C

C

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Services:

(1)All permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined shall not exceed 10,000 square feet, except as provided for in Notes (11) and (12) below.

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

(3)A child care service may be located in a community facility in any land use district pursuant to LUC 20.20.170.E.

(4)See LUC 20.25D.100, Automobile and Motorcycle Sales, Leasing, and Rental, for applicable performance criteria.

(5)Auto repair and washing services are permitted as a subordinate use pursuant to LUC 20.20.840 only if located in a structured parking area.

(6)This use is limited in size to no greater than 20,000 square feet.

(7)Uses are limited to community police stations of 1,500 square feet or less.

(8)Refer to LUC 20.20.740 for general requirements applicable to public and private schools. Schools located in the BR-ORT land use district are considered to be in a Transition Area for the purposes of applying the above-referenced section. All BelRed land use districts are considered to be nonresidential for the purposes of applying LUC 20.20.740.

(9)Limited to 0.5 floor area ratio (FAR).

(10)Bicycle parking shall be provided pursuant to LUC 20.25D.120.G.

(11)In any existing development meeting the definition of LUC 20.25D.060, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy any part of the existing development; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet.

(12)In any new residential building, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy the ground floor without size limitation; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet. A single building is considered residential for the purposes of this note if more than 50 percent of the gross floor area is devoted to residential uses.

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

(14)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.

(15)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.

Chart 20.25D.070 Recreation Uses in BelRed Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Recreation – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

7

Cultural Entertainment and Recreation

711

Library, Museum

P

P

P

A 1

P

P

7113

Art Gallery

P/P

P

P 2, 8, 9

P

P

712

Nature Exhibitions: Aquariums, Botanical Gardens and Zoos (3)

C

C

7212 7214 7222 7231 7232

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

A/A

A

A

7212 7214 7218

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

P/P

P

P

P

7213

Drive-In Theaters

Adult Theaters (4)

P/P

P

7223

3

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

A

A

73

Commercial Amusements: Video Arcades, Electronic Games

A

A

A

7411 7413 7422 7423 7424 7441 7449

Recreation Activities: Golf Courses, Tennis Courts, Community Clubs, Athletic Fields, Play Fields, Recreation Centers, Swimming Beaches and Pools (5)

A/

A/A

A

A

A

744

Marinas, Yacht Clubs

7414 7415 7417 7425 7413

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

P/P

P

P

P

7491 7515

Camping Sites and Hunting Clubs

76

Private Leisure and Open Space Areas Excluding Recreation Activities Above

P

P/P

P

C

P

P

P

Private Park

A

A/A

A

A

A

A

Stables and Riding Academies

A

Boarding or Commercial Kennels

A 6

A 6

Public Park

P

P/P

P

P 7

A

A

P 7

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C LUC)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E LUC)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Recreation:

(1)This individual use is limited in size to no greater than 20,000 square feet.

(2)All permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined shall not exceed 10,000 square feet, except as provided for in Notes (1), (8), and (9) of this Recreation Use Chart.

(3)Excludes zoos.

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

(5)For carnivals, see LUC 20.20.160.

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

(7)Public parks are generally permitted in all districts. However, the following types of uses or facilities in public parks require Administrative Conditional Use approval when located in the BR-R or BR-ORT land use districts: lighted sports and play fields, sports and play fields with amplified sound, and community recreation centers. Nonrecreation uses in public parks located in the BR Land Use Districts require conditional use approval, except that the permit requirements for wireless communication facilities shall be as set forth in LUC 20.20.195. For purposes of this note, “nonrecreation use” means a commercial, social service or residential use located on park property but not functionally related to park programs and activities.

(8)In any existing development meeting the definition of LUC 20.25D.060, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy any part of the existing development; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet.

(9)In any new residential building, all permitted retail, service, and recreation uses combined may occupy the ground floor without size limitation; provided, that no individual use shall exceed 10,000 square feet. A single building is considered residential for the purposes of this note if more than 50 percent of the gross floor area is devoted to residential uses.

Chart 20.25D.070 Resource Uses in the BelRed Districts

STD LAND USE CODE REF

LAND USE CLASSIFICATION

Resources – BelRed Districts

BelRed Medical

Office/Node

BelRed Office

Residential/Nodes

BelRed Residential

Commercial Nodes

BelRed Residential

BelRed General

Commercial

BelRed Commercial

Residential

BelRed Office

Residential Transition

BR-MO/

MO-1

BR-OR/

OR-1 OR-2

BR-

RC-1 RC-2 RC-3

BR-R

BR-GC

BR-CR

BR-ORT

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

P (1)

P (1)

Marijuana Production

8192

Other Horticultural Specialties: Medical Cannabis Collective Gardens (3)

821

Agricultural Processing

Marijuana Processing

Medical Marijuana Cooperative (4)

8221

Veterinary Clinic and Hospital (2)

P/P

P

P

P

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

Existing uses in the BelRed District are regulated pursuant to LUC 20.25D.060.

Key: P – Permitted Use

C – Conditional Use (see Parts 20.30B and 20.30C LUC)

A – Administrative Conditional Use (see Part 20.30E LUC)

Notes: Uses in land use districts – Resources:

(1)Agriculture production is limited to the production of food and fiber crops.

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

(3)Medical cannabis collective gardens are prohibited in Bellevue. See LUC 20.20.535 for general requirements applicable to marijuana uses.

(4)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. 6419, 7-16-18, §§ 2, 3; Ord. 6316, 11-7-16, §§ 7, 8; Ord. 6281, 3-21-16, § 2; Ord. 6253, 8-3-15, §§ 6 – 8; Ord. 6223, 4-6-15, § 2; Ord. 6197, 11-17-14, § 19; Ord. 6132 B-1, 10-21-13, § 3; Ord. 6102, 2-25-13, § 3; Ord. 6016, 8-1-11, § 3; Ord. 5989, 2-7-11, §§ 5, 6, 7; Ord. 5892, 7-20-09, § 2; Ord. 5874, 5-18-09, § 1)