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Obstruction-free area designed for the arrival and departures of helicopters. (Ord. 5477, 10-20-03, § 10; Ord. 5475, 10-20-03, § 27; Ord. 4029, 9-5-89, § 7)
A decisionmaking body composed of the Planning Director, the Director of the Development Services Department, the Public Works Director, and the Storm Drainage Utility Director, or the directors of departments that succeed to the duties of any of the above departments. (Ord. 5480, 10-20-03, § 37; Ord. 3498, 5-28-85, § 133)
A transient or interim gathering or community comprised of Temporary Enclosures, which may include common areas designed to provide food, living, and sanitary services to occupants of the encampment; provided, that this definition shall not include recreational encampments of less than 10 days in duration. (Ord. 5615, 7-25-05, § 16)
Tents and other forms of portable shelter that are not permanently attached to the ground, are intended to be erected and dismantled, and are intended for temporary outdoor occupancy. “Temporary Enclosures” shall provide protection from the elements, shall be comprised of flame-resistant material or treated with flame retardant in an approved manner, shall be elevated above and shall not allow direct contact with the bare ground, shall allow for means of unobstructed ingress and egress, shall protect against the entry of rodents and insects, and shall contain at least one window to allow for ventilation. (Ord. 5615, 7-25-05, § 16)
A license authorizing a short-term use of property.
The lower boundary of the 40 percent slope as delineated on the slope category analysis; or in the case of landslide hazards, as delineated by the geotechnical report. (Ord. 5683, 6-26-06, § 52; Ord. 4979, 3-17-97, § 23; Ord. 4302, 11-18-91, § 18)
The point closest to the boundary of the active floodplain of a stream where a break in the slope of the land occurs such that the grade beyond the break is flatter than 3:1 at any point for minimum distance of 50 feet measured perpendicularly from the break; and
For a floodplain area not contained within a ravine, the edge of the active floodplain of a stream where the slope of the land beyond the edge is flatter than 3:1 at any point for a minimum distance of 50 feet measured perpendicularly from the edge. (Ord. 5683, 6-26-06, § 51)
The upper boundary of the 40 percent slope as delineated on the slope category analysis; or in the case of landslide hazards, as delineated by the geotechnical report. (Ord. 5683, 6-26-06, § 52; Ord. 4979, 3-17-97, § 23; Ord. 4302, 11-18-91, § 18)
The area of a heliport upon which the landing gear of a helicopter rests immediately after landing or just prior to takeoff. (Ord. 5477, 10-20-03, § 11; Ord. 5475, 10-20-03, § 28; Ord. 4029, 9-5-89, § 7)
A lot, usually several acres in area.
A deliberate, manmade pathway designed for use by pedestrians, bicyclists, horsemen, and other nonmotorized users.
Temporary living quarters pulled by a towing vehicle. (Ord. 5475, 10-20-03, § 29)
Lodging provided for a fee or charge in a hotel, motel, boarding house, bed and breakfast, short term stay use or other granting of any similar license to use real property for a period of less than thirty (30) days. (Ord. 5301, 6-18-01, § 5)
An area of a higher-intensity use district which is close to a lower-intensity use district, in which special design and other criteria are applied in order to protect the lower-intensity uses from effects of the higher-intensity uses. (Ord. 3690, 8-4-86, § 39)
A tree having a mature spread of at least 50 feet.
A tree having a mature spread of less than 50 feet.