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The following chart indicates the permitted land uses within the OLB-OS Land Use District.

Land Use

Process

Hotels and Motels

P

Measuring, Analyzing and Controlling Instruments, Photographic, Medical and Optical Goods; Watches and Clocks Manufacturing; Computer Software

P

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

C

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

C

Accessory Parking (1)

P

Auto Parking Commercial Lots and Garages

C

Park and Ride (2)

C

Radio and Television Broadcasting Studios

P

Highway and Street Right-of-Way

P

Utility Facility

C

Local Utility System

P

Regional Utility System

C

On-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storage Facility (3)

A

Essential Public Facility (17)

C

Wireless Communication Facility (WCF): without WCF Support Structures

5, 18

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

5

Satellite Dishes (7)

P

Gasoline Service Stations (8)

A

Apparel and Accessories (Retail)

S

Eating and Drinking Establishments (9), (10)

P

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

S

Adult Retail Establishments (11)

S

Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Services

P

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

S

Funeral and Crematory Services

C

Cemeteries

C

Child Day Care Center

P

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

P

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

S

Professional Services: Medical Clinics and Other Health Care Related Services

P

Professional Services: Other

P

Hospitals

C

Governmental Services: Executive, Legislative, Administrative and Judicial Functions

C

Governmental Services: Protective Functions and Related Activities Excluding Maintenance Shops

C

Limited Governmental Services: Executive and Administrative, Legislative and Protective Functions

P

Military and Correctional Institutions

C

Education: Primary and Secondary (16)

A

Universities and Colleges

P

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

P

Religious Activities

P

Professional and Labor Organizations Fraternal Lodge

P

Social Service Providers

P

Administrative Office – General

P

Computer Program, Data Processing and Other Computer Related Services

P

Research, Development and Testing Services

P

Library, Museum

P

Art Gallery

P

Nature Exhibitions: Aquariums, Botanical Gardens and Zoos

C

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

P

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

P

Adult Theaters (12)

P

Recreation Activities: Golf Courses, Tennis Courts, Community Clubs, Athletic Fields, Play Fields, Recreation Centers, Swimming Beaches and Pools (13)

C

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

C

Camping Sites and Hunting Clubs

C

Private Leisure and Open Space Areas Excluding Recreations Activities Above

P

Public/Private Park

P

City Park (14)

P/C

Agriculture, Production of Food and Fiber Crops, Dairies, Livestock and Fowl, Excluding Hogs (15)

P

Forestry, Tree Farms and Timber Production

C

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

C

P:    The use is permitted subject to general requirements for the use and the use district.

A:    The use is permitted subject to the Administrative Conditional Use provisions as specified in Part 20.30E LUC and to general requirements for the use and the use district.

C:    The use is permitted subject to the Conditional Use provisions as specified in Part 20.30B or 20.30C LUC, and to general requirements for the use and the use district.

S:    Permitted only as a subordinate use to a permitted or special use.

(1)Accessory parking requires approval through the review process required for the primary land use which it serves.

(2) Park and Ride: 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 existing use shall be regulated as an accessory use under LUC 20.20.200. Any other park and ride requires a Conditional Use Permit.

(3)On-site hazardous waste treatment and storage facilities as defined by LUC 20.50.024 are only permitted as administrative conditional use approvals as a subordinate use to a permitted or special use. These facilities must comply with the state siting criteria as adopted in accordance with RCW 70.105.210.

(4)Intentionally deleted.

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

(6)Intentionally deleted.

(7)Refer to LUC 20.20.730 for general requirements applicable to Large Satellite Dishes.

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

(9)Eating and Drinking Establishments are permitted in the OLB-OS District 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.

(10)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.

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

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

(13)For carnivals, see LUC 20.20.160.

(14)City parks are generally permitted in all zones. However, the following types of uses or facilities in City parks in single-family or R-10 zones require conditional use approval: lighted sports and play fields, sports and play fields with amplified sound, community recreation centers, motorized boat ramps, and beach parks on Lake Washington, Lake Sammamish, Phantom Lake and Larson Lake. Nonrecreation uses in City parks in all zones outside the Downtown require conditional use approval. For purposes of this requirement, “nonrecreation use” means a commercial, social service or residential use located on park property but not functionally related to City park programs and activities.

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

(16)Primary and secondary education facilities are subject to the regulations for schools in LUC 20.20.740.

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

(18)Antenna 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 20.20.195, 20.20.525 and 20.25L.030 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.

(Ord. 5587, 3-7-05, § 9; Ord. 5460, 8-4-03, § 8; Ord. 5457, 7-21-03, § 7; Ord. 5431, 1-21-03, § 6; Ord. 5403, 8-5-02, § 11)