(1) Airport, Stage 1 Utility.
(a) Not for commercial use and for use of small private planes;
(b) In the RU zone, they shall be primarily for the use of the resident property owner; and
(2) Day Care Center.
(a) In WFB, R-7,200, R-8,400, R-9,600, R-12,500, R-20,000, and SA-1 zones, shall only be permitted in connection with and secondary to a school facility or place of worship; and
(b) Outdoor play areas shall be fenced or otherwise controlled, and noise buffering provided to protect adjoining residences.
(3) Dock and Boathouse, Private, Non-commercial. The following standards apply outside of shoreline jurisdiction only. If located within shoreline jurisdiction, the standards in SCC 30.67.517 apply instead.
(a) The height of any covered over-water structure shall not exceed 12 feet as measured from the line of ordinary high water;
(b) The total roof area of covered, over-water structures shall not exceed 1,000 square feet;
(d) No over-water structure shall extend beyond the mean low water mark a distance greater than the average length of all preexisting over-water structures along the same shoreline within 300 feet of either side of the parcel on which the structure is proposed. Where no such preexisting structures exist within 300 feet, the pier length shall not exceed 50 feet;
(f) Covered structures are subject to a minimum setback of three feet from any side lot line or extension thereof. No side yard setback shall be required for uncovered structures. No rear yard setback shall be required for any structure permitted hereunder.
(6) Dwelling, Mobile Home.
(a) Shall be multi-sectioned by original design, with a width of 20 feet or greater along its entire body length;
(b) Shall be constructed with a non-metallic type, pitched roof;
(c) Except where the base of the mobile home is flush to ground level, shall be installed either with:
(i) skirting material which is compatible with the siding of the mobile home; or
(ii) a perimeter masonry foundation;
(d) Shall have the wheels and tongue removed; and
(e) In the RU zone the above only applies if the permitted lot size is less than 20,000 square feet.
(7) RESERVED for future use.
(8) Family Day Care Home.
(b) Outdoor play areas shall be fenced or otherwise controlled.
(9) Farm Stand.
(a) There shall be only one stand on each lot; and
(b) At least 50 percent by farm product unit of the products sold shall be grown, raised or harvested in Snohomish County, and 75 percent by farm product unit of the products sold shall be grown, raised or harvested in the state of Washington.
(10) Farm Worker Dwelling.
(c) The number of farm worker dwellings shall be limited to one per each 40 acres under single contiguous ownership to a maximum of six total dwellings, with 40 acres being required to construct the first accessory dwelling unit. Construction of the maximum number of dwelling units permitted shall be interpreted as exhausting all residential potential of the land until such time as the property is legally subdivided; and
(d) All farm worker dwellings must be clustered on the farm within a 10-acre farmstead which includes the main dwelling. The farmstead’s boundaries shall be designated with a legal description by the property owner with the intent of allowing maximum flexibility while minimizing interference with productive farm operation. Farm worker dwellings may be located other than as provided for in this subsection only if environmental or physical constraints preclude meeting these conditions.
(11) Home Occupation. See SCC 30.28.050.
(13) Kennel, Private-breeding, and Kennel, Private Non-breeding. Where the animals comprising the kennel are housed within the dwelling, the yard or some portion thereof shall be fenced and maintained in good repair or to contain or to confine the animals upon the property and restrict the entrance of other animals.
(14) Parks, Publicly-owned and Operated.
(b) All lighting shall be shielded to protect adjacent properties; and
(c) No amusement devices for hire are permitted.
(15) Boarding House. There shall be accommodations for no more than two persons.
(16) RESERVED for future use (Social Service Center – DELETED by Amended Ord. 04-010 effective March 15, 2004)
(17) Swimming/Wading Pool (not to include hot tubs and spas): For the sole use of occupants and guests.
(a) No part of the pool shall project more than one foot above the adjoining ground level in a required setback; and
(b) The pool shall be enclosed with a fence not less than four feet high, of sufficient design and strength to keep out children.
(18) Temporary Dwelling for a Relative.
(b) The relative must receive from, or administer to, the occupant of the other dwelling continuous care and assistance necessitated by advanced age or infirmity;
(c) The need for such continuous care and assistance shall be attested to in writing by a licensed physician;
(e) Use as a commercial rental unit shall be prohibited;
(g) A land use permit binder shall be executed by the landowner, recorded with the Snohomish County auditor and a copy of the recorded document submitted to the department for inclusion in the permit file;
(h) Adequate screening, landscaping, or other measures shall be provided pursuant to SCC 30.25.028 to protect surrounding property values and ensure compatibility with the immediate neighborhood;
(i) An annual renewal of the temporary dwelling permit, together with recertification of need, shall be accomplished by the applicant through the department in the same month of each year in which the initial mobile home/building permit was issued;
(j) An agreement to terminate such temporary use at such time as the need no longer exists shall be executed by the applicant and recorded with the Snohomish County auditor; and
(19) Recreational Vehicle.
(a) There shall be no more than one per lot;
(iii) Subject to subsections (19)(a) and (19)(b) of this section and SCC 30.65.120(7), temporary overnight use in a mobile home park, which has been in existence continuously since 1970 or before, that provides septic or sewer service, water and other utilities, and that has an RV flood evacuation plan that has been approved and is on file with the department of emergency management and department of planning and development services.
(20) Ultralight Airpark.
(c) Approval shall be dependent upon a determination by the county decision maker that all potential impacts such as noise, safety hazards, sanitation, traffic, and parking are compatible with the site and neighboring land uses, particularly those involving residential uses or livestock or small animal husbandry; and further that the proposed use can comply with Federal Aviation Administration regulations (FAR Part 103), which state that ultralight vehicle operations will not:
(i) create a hazard for other persons or property;
(ii) occur between sunset and sunrise;
(iii) occur over any substantially developed area of a city, town, or settlement, particularly over residential areas or over any open air assembly of people; or
(21) RESERVED for future use.
(22) General Retail. In the FS zone, there shall be a 5,000-square foot floor area limitation.
(23) Vehicle, Vessel and Equipment Sales and Rental. In the CB and CRC zone, all display, storage, and sales activities shall be conducted within a structure enclosed by walls on at least two sides.
(24) Race Track. The track shall be operated in such a manner so as not to cause offense by reason of noise or vibration beyond the boundaries of the subject property.
(25) Rural Industry.
(a) The number of employees shall not exceed 10;
(b) All operations shall be carried out in a manner so as to avoid the emission or creation of smoke, dust, fumes, odors, heat, glare, vibration, noise, traffic, surface water drainage, sewage, water pollution, or other emissions which are unduly or unreasonably offensive or injurious to properties, residents, or improvements in the vicinity;
(d) Outside storage, loading or employee parking in the RD zone shall provide 15-foot wide Type A landscaping as defined in SCC 30.25.017.
(26) See SCC 30.31F.110 for performance standards specific to the Rural Business zone.
(28) Excavation and Processing of Minerals.
(a) This use, as described in SCC 30.31D.010(2), is allowed in the identified zones only where these zones coincide with the mineral lands designation in the comprehensive plan (mineral resource overlay or MRO), except for the MC zone where mineral lands designation is not required.
(31) Boat Launch Facilities, Commercial or Non-commercial.
(b) Off-street parking shall be provided in an amount suitable to the expected usage of the facility. When used by the general public, the guideline should be 32 to 40 spaces capable of accommodating both a car and boat trailer for each ramp lane of boat access to the water;
(c) A level vehicle-maneuvering space measuring at least 50 feet square shall be provided;
(d) Pedestrian access to the water separate from the boat launching lane or lanes may be required where it is deemed necessary in the interest of public safety;
(e) Safety buoys shall be installed and maintained separating boating activities from other water-oriented recreation and uses where this is reasonably required for public safety, welfare, and health; and
(b) The minimum site size shall be 10 acres; and
(c) Campgrounds in Forestry (F) zoning may not provide utility hookups (e.g. water, electric, sewage) to individual campsites; such hookups are allowed in campgrounds with Forestry and Recreation (F&R) zoning.
(33) Commercial Vehicle Home Basing.
(a) The vehicles may be parked and maintained only on the property wherein resides a person who uses them in their business;
(b) Two or more vehicles may be so based; and
(c) The vehicles shall be in operable condition.
(34) Distillation of Alcohol.
(a) The distillation shall be from plant products, for the purpose of sale as fuel, and for the production of methane from animal waste produced on the premises;
(c) By-products created in this process shall be used for fuel or fertilizer on the premises.
(35) RESERVED for future use (Group Care Facility – DELETED by Amended Ord. 04-010 effective March 15, 2004)
(38) Mobile Home Park. Such development must fulfill the requirements of chapter 30.42E SCC.
(39) Sludge Utilization. See SCC 30.28.085.
(40) Homestead Parcel. See SCC 30.28.055.
(43) Petroleum Products and Gas, Bulk Storage.
(a) All above ground storage tanks shall be set back from all property lines in accordance with requirements in the International Fire Code (IFC); and
(b) Storage tanks below ground shall be set back no closer to the property line than a distance equal to the greatest dimensions (diameter, length or height) of the buried tank.
(44) Auto Wrecking Yards and Junkyards. A sight-obscuring fence a minimum of seven feet high shall be established and maintained to the interior side of the required perimeter landscaping area in the LI and RI zones. For perimeter landscaping requirements for this use in all zones, see SCC 30.25.020.
(45) Antique Shops. When established as a home occupation as regulated by SCC 30.28.050(1); provided further that all merchandise sold or offered for sale shall be predominantly "antique" and antique-related objects.
(46) Billboards. See SCC 30.27.080 for specific requirements.
(47) RESERVED for future use.
(48) Stockyard and Livestock Auction Facility. The minimum lot size is 10 acres.
(49) Restaurants and Personal Service Shops. Located to service principally the constructed industrial park uses.
(51) RESERVED for future use.
(52) RESERVED for future use.
(55) Noise of Machines and Operations in the LI and HI zones shall comply with chapter 10.01 SCC and machines and operations shall be muffled so as not to become objectionable due to intermittence, beat frequency, or shrillness.
(57) Woodwaste Recycling and Woodwaste Storage Facility. See SCC 30.28.095.
(58) Bed and Breakfast Guesthouses and Bed and Breakfast Inns. See SCC 30.28.020.
(59) Detached Accessory or Non-Accessory Private Garages and Storage Structures. Subject to the following requirements:
(b) Artificial lighting shall be hooded or shaded so that direct outside lighting, if any, will not result in glare when viewed from the surrounding property or rights-of-way;
(c) The following compatibility standards shall apply:
(i) proposals for development in existing neighborhoods with a well-defined character should be compatible with or complement the highest quality features, architectural character and siting pattern of neighboring buildings. Where there is no discernable pattern, the buildings shall complement the neighborhood. Development of detached private garages and storage structures shall not interrupt the streetscape or dwarf the scale of existing buildings of existing neighborhoods. Applicants may refer to the Residential Development Handbook for Snohomish County Communities to review techniques recommended to achieve neighborhood compatibility;
(ii) building plans for all proposals larger than 2,400 square feet in the Waterfront Beach, R-7,200, R-8,400, R-9,600 and R-12,500 zones and rural cluster subdivisions shall document the use of building materials compatible and consistent with existing on-site residential development exterior finishes;
(iii) in the Waterfront Beach, R-7,200, R-8,400, R-9,600 and R-12,500 zones and rural cluster subdivisions, no portion of a detached accessory private garage or storage structure shall extend beyond the building front of the existing single-family dwelling, unless screening, landscaping, or other measures are provided to ensure compatibility with adjacent properties; and
(iv) in the Waterfront Beach, R-7,200, R-8,400, R-9,600 and R-12,500 zones and rural cluster subdivisions, no portion of a detached non-accessory private garage or storage structure shall extend beyond the building front of existing single-family dwellings on adjacent lots where the adjacent dwellings are located within 10 feet of the subject property line. When a detached non-accessory private garage or storage structure is proposed, the location of existing dwellings on adjacent properties located within 10 feet of the subject site property lines shall be shown on the site plan;
(d) All detached accessory or non-accessory private garages and storage structures proposed with building footprints larger than 2,400 square feet shall provide screening or landscaping from adjacent properties pursuant to chapter 30.25 SCC;
(e) On lots less than 10 acres in size having no established residential use, only one non-accessory private garage and one storage structure shall be allowed. On lots 10 acres or larger without a residence where the cumulative square footage of all existing and proposed non-accessory private garages and storage structures is 6,000 square feet or larger, a conditional use permit shall be required.
(60) The cumulative square footage of all detached accessory and non-accessory private garages and storage structures shall not exceed 6,000 square feet on any lot less than five acres, except this provision shall not apply in the LDMR, MR, T, NB, GC, PCB, CB, FS, BP, IP, LI, HI, RB, RFS, CRC and RI zones.
(62) Accessory Apartments. See SCC 30.28.010.
(63) Temporary Woodwaste Recycling and Temporary Woodwaste Storage Facilities. See SCC 30.28.090.
(64) RESERVED for future use.
(65) On-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storage Facilities. Allowed only as an incidental use to any use generating hazardous waste which is otherwise allowed; provided that such facilities demonstrate compliance with the state siting criteria for dangerous waste management facilities pursuant to RCW 70.105.210 and WAC 173-303-282, as now written or hereafter amended.
(66) An application for a conditional use permit to allow an off-site hazardous waste treatment and storage facility shall demonstrate compliance with the state siting criteria for dangerous waste management facilities pursuant to RCW 70.105.210 and WAC 173-303-282 as now written or hereafter amended.
(67) Adult Entertainment Uses. See SCC 30.28.015.
(69) RESERVED for future use.
(70) Equestrian Centers. Allowed with a conditional use permit on all lands zoned A-10 except in that portion of the special flood hazard area of the lower Snohomish and Stillaguamish rivers designated density fringe as described in chapter 30.65 SCC.
(71) Mini-Equestrian Centers are allowed as a permitted use on all lands zoned A-10 except in that portion of the special flood hazard area of the lower Snohomish and Stillaguamish rivers designated density fringe as described in chapter 30.65 SCC.
(b) Covered riding arenas shall not exceed 15,000 square feet for a mini-equestrian center; provided that stabling areas, whether attached or detached, shall not be included in this calculation;
(c) Any lighting of an outdoor or covered arena shall be shielded so as not to glare on surrounding properties or rights-of-way;
(d) On sites located in RC and R-5 zones, Type A landscaping as defined in SCC 30.25.017 is required to screen any outside storage, including animal waste storage, and parking areas from adjacent properties;
(e) Riding lessons, rentals, or shows shall only occur between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.;
(f) Outside storage, including animal waste storage, and parking areas shall be set back at least 30 feet from any adjacent property line. All structures shall be set back as required in SCC 30.23.110(8); and
(g) The facility shall comply with all applicable county building, health, and fire code requirements.
(73) Temporary Residential Sales Coach (TRSC).
(b) The TRSC shall be set back a minimum of 20 feet from all existing and proposed road rights-of-way and five feet from proposed and existing property lines;
(c) Vehicular access to the temporary residential sales coach shall be approved by the county or state; and
(i) plat construction plans have been approved;
(ii) the fire marshal has approved the TRSC proposal;
(iv) the site has been inspected for TRSC installation to verify compliance with all applicable regulations and plat conditions, and to assure that land disturbing activity, drainage, utilities infrastructure, and native growth protection areas are not adversely affected.
(74) Golf Course and Driving Range. In the A-10 zone, artificial lighting of the golf course or driving range shall not be allowed. Land disturbing activity shall be limited in order to preserve prime farmland. At least 75 percent of prime farmland on site shall remain undisturbed.
(75) Model Hobby Park. SCC 30.28.060.
(76) Commercial Retail Uses. Not allowed in the Light Industrial and Industrial Park zones when said zones are located in the Maltby UGA of the comprehensive plan, and where such properties are, or can be served by railway spur lines.
(77) Studio. Studio uses may require the imposition of special conditions to ensure compatibility with adjacent residential, multiple family, or rural-zoned properties. The hearing examiner may impose such conditions when deemed necessary pursuant to the provisions of chapter 30.42C SCC. The following criteria are provided for hearing examiner consideration when specific circumstances necessitate the imposition of conditions:
(a) The number of nonresident artists and professionals permitted to use a studio at the same time may be limited to no more than 10 for any lot 200,000 square feet or larger in size, and limited to five for any lot less than 200,000 square feet in size;
(b) The hours of facility operation may be limited; and
(c) Landscape buffers may be required to visually screen facility structures or outdoor storage areas when the structures or outdoor storage areas are proposed within 100 feet of adjacent residential, multiple family, and rural-zoned properties. The buffer shall be an effective site obscuring screen consistent with Type A landscaping as defined in SCC 30.25.017.
(78) RESERVED for future use.
(79) The gross floor area of the use shall not exceed 2,000 square feet.
(80) The gross floor area of the use shall not exceed 4,000 square feet.
(81) The construction contracting use in the Rural Business zone shall be subject to the following requirements:
(b) Not more than 1,000 square feet of outdoor storage of materials shall be allowed and shall be screened in accordance with SCC 30.25.024;
(c) In addition to the provisions of subsection (81)(b) of this section, not more than five commercial vehicles or construction machines shall be stored outdoors and shall be screened in accordance with SCC 30.25.020 and 30.25.032;
(d) The on-site fueling of vehicles shall be prohibited; and
(82) Manufacturing, Heavy includes the following uses. Distillation of wood, coal, bones, or the manufacture of their by-products; explosives manufacturing; manufacture of fertilizer; extraction of animal or fish fat or oil; forge, foundry, blast furnace or melting of ore; manufacturing of acid, animal black/black bone, cement or lime, chlorine, creosote, fertilizer, glue or gelatin, potash, pulp; rendering of fat, tallow and lard, rolling or booming mills; tannery; or tar distillation and manufacturing. See SCC 30.91M.028.
(83) "All other forms of manufacture not specifically listed" is a category which uses manufacturing workers, as described under the Dictionary of Occupational Titles, published by the U.S. Department of Labor, to produce, assemble or create products and which the director finds consistent with generally accepted practices and performance standards for the industrial zone where the use is proposed. See SCC 30.91M.024 and 30.91M.026.
(84) RESERVED for future use.
(85) A single-family dwelling may have only one guesthouse.
(86) Outdoor display or storage of goods and products is prohibited on site.
(87) Wedding Facility.
(a) Such use is permitted only:
(i) on vacant and undeveloped land;
(ii) on developed land, but entirely outside of any permanent structure;
(iv) entirely inside of one or more permanent structures which were legally existing on January 1, 2001;
(b) The applicant shall demonstrate that the following criteria are met with respect to the activities related to the use:
(i) compliance with the noise control provisions of chapter 10.01 SCC;
(d) A certificate of occupancy shall be obtained pursuant to chapter 30.52A SCC for the use of any existing structure. The certificate of occupancy shall be subject to an annual inspection and renewal pursuant to SCC 30.53A.361 to ensure building and fire code compliance.
(88) Public/Institutional Use Designation (P/IU). When applied to land that is (a) included in an Urban Growth Area and (b) designated P/IU on the Snohomish County Future Land Use Map concurrent with or prior to its inclusion in a UGA, the R-7,200, R-8,400 and R-9,600 zones shall allow only the following permitted or conditional uses: churches, and school instructional facilities. All other uses are prohibited within areas that meet criteria (a) and (b), unless the P/IU designation is changed.
(89) Hotel/Motel Uses. Permitted in the Light Industrial zone when the following criteria are met:
(a) The Light Industrial zone is located within a municipal airport boundary;
(b) The municipal airport boundary includes no less than 1,000 acres of land zoned light industrial; and
(a) Snohomish County is preempted from regulation of SCTFs. In accordance with the requirements of state law the county shall take all reasonable steps permitted by chapter 71.09 RCW to ensure that SCTFs comply with applicable siting criteria of state law. Every effort shall be made by the county through the available state procedures to ensure strict compliance with all relevant public safety concerns, such as emergency response time, minimum distances to be maintained by the SCTF from "risk potential" locations, electronic monitoring of individual residents, household security measures and program staffing.
(b) Nothing herein shall be interpreted as to prohibit or otherwise limit the county from evaluating, commenting on, or proposing public safety measures to the state of Washington in response to a proposed siting of a SCTF in Snohomish County.
(c) Nothing herein shall be interpreted to require or authorize the siting of more beds or facilities in Snohomish County than the county is otherwise required to site for its SCTFs pursuant to the requirements of state law.
(92) The area of the shooting range devoted to retail sales of guns, bows, and related equipment shall not exceed one-third of the gross floor area of the shooting range and shall be located within a building or structure.
(93) Farmers Market. See SCC 30.28.036.
(94) Farm Product Processing and Farm Support Business. See SCC 30.28.038.
(95) Farmland Enterprise. See SCC 30.28.037.
(96) Public Events/Assemblies on Farmland. Such event or assembly shall:
(a) Comply with the requirements of SCC 30.53A.800; and
(b) Not exceed two events per year. No event shall exceed two weeks in duration.
(97) Bakery, Farm. The gross floor area of the use shall not exceed 1,000 square feet.
(98) Recreational Facility Not Otherwise Listed in A-10 zone, Forestry (F), or Forestry and Recreation (F&R) zones. See SCC 30.28.076.
(99) Farm Stand. See SCC 30.28.039.
(100) Farm Stand. Allowed as a Permitted Use (P) when sited on land designated riverway commercial farmland, upland commercial farmland or local commercial farmland in the comprehensive plan. Allowed as an Administrative Conditional Use (A) when sited on land not designated riverway commercial farmland, upland commercial farmland or local commercial farmland in the comprehensive plan.
(101) Farmers Market. Allowed as a Permitted Use (P) when sited on land designated riverway commercial farmland, upland commercial farmland or local commercial farmland in the comprehensive plan. Allowed as an Administrative Conditional Use (A) when sited on land not designated riverway commercial farmland, upland commercial farmland or local commercial farmland in the comprehensive plan.
(102) Community Facilities for Juveniles in R-5 zones must be located within one mile of an active public transportation route at the time of permitting.
(104) Personal wireless service facilities are subject to development standards in chapter 30.28A SCC, parking standards in SCC 30.26.030, setback requirements in SCC 30.23.110(26) or SCC 30.67.595 if within shoreline jurisdiction, and landscaping standards in chapter 30.25 SCC.
(105) RESERVED for future use.
(107) Agricultural Composting Requirements.
(a) On-farm site agricultural composting operations that comply with the requirements established in this section are allowed in the A-10 zone. These composting facilities and operations shall be constructed and operated in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, statutes, rules and regulations. The Nutrient Management Plan portion of the farm’s Snohomish Conservation District Farm Plan or any other established nutrient management plan must be on file with the department when any application for a land use permit or approval is submitted to the department for the development of an agricultural composting facility. Farm site agricultural composting operations shall also comply with the following criteria:
(i) The composting operation shall be limited to 10 percent of the total farm site area;
(ii) At least 50 percent of the composted materials shall be agricultural waste;
(iii) At least 10 percent of the agricultural wastes must be generated on the farm site;
(iv) A maximum of 500 cubic yards of unsuitable incidental materials accumulated in the agricultural waste such as rock, asphalt, or concrete over three inches in size may be stored at the farm composting facility until its proper removal. All incidental materials must be removed from the site yearly; and
(v) A minimum of 10 percent of the total volume of the finished compost produced annually shall be spread on the farm site annually.
(b) In all other zones except A-10 where agriculture is a permitted use, incidental agricultural composting of agricultural waste generated on a farm site is permitted. The agricultural composting facility shall be constructed and operated in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, statutes, rules and regulations. The Nutrient Management Plan portion of the farm’s Snohomish Conservation District Farm Plan or any other established nutrient management plan must be on file with the department when any permit application is submitted to the department for the development of an agricultural composting facility.
(109) Privately operated off-road vehicle (ORV) use areas shall be allowed by conditional use permit on Forestry and Recreation (F&R) zoned property designated Forest on the comprehensive plan future land use map. These areas shall be identified by an F&R ORV suffix on the zoning map. Privately operated ORV use areas are regulated pursuant to SCC 30.28.080 and 30.28.086 and other applicable county codes.
(110) RESERVED for future use.
(111) RESERVED for future use.
(113) Privately Operated Motocross Racetracks. Allowed by conditional use permit, and are regulated pursuant to SCC 30.28.100 and 30.28.105, and other applicable county codes. Motocross racetracks are allowed in the Forestry and Recreation (F&R) zone only on commercial forest lands.
(114) New AM Radio Towers are prohibited. AM radio towers either constructed before October 13, 2010, or with complete applications for all permits and approvals required for construction before October 13, 2010, shall not be considered nonconforming uses and they may be repaired, replaced, and reconfigured as to the number and dimensions of towers so long as the repair, replacement, or reconfiguration occurs on the parcel where the tower was originally constructed or permitted and it does not increase the number of AM radio towers constructed on the parcel.
(116) See cottage housing design standard requirements in chapter 30.41G SCC.
(117) RESERVED for future use.
(118) RESERVED for future use.
(119) Only building mounted personal wireless service facilities or personal wireless service facilities located on utility poles, streetlight poles, or traffic signal poles as specified in SCC 30.28A.055 shall be permitted.
(122) Products or merchandise offered for sale or storage by a business may be located outdoors; provided, that:
(a) The area occupied by the display shall not exceed 500 square feet; and
(b) Public sidewalks shall not be enclosed as space for sales or storage by fencing or other means that effectively limits public use of the sidewalk.
(123) Such uses, except those as provided for in SCC 30.34A.010(4)(d), are permitted only in structures which are legally existing on May 29, 2010. Such uses, except those as provided for in SCC 30.34A.010(4)(d), shall also comply with subsection (122) of this section.
(124) The minimum lot size for marijuana related facilities is 100,000 square feet. Marijuana production and marijuana processing are allowed indoors and outdoors, including in greenhouses and other structures pursuant to chapter 314-55 WAC. In the A-10 zone, marijuana uses shall be subject to the same regulations that apply to agricultural uses and not subject to any more restrictive regulations except as specifically provided in this title and in state law. Marijuana processing is only allowed when there is a marijuana production facility on site. Marijuana facilities are subject to special setbacks pursuant to SCC 30.23.110(28).
(125) Marijuana production and processing is permitted indoors only; no outdoor production or processing is allowed.
(126) RESERVED for future use.
(128) Development applications for all non-tribally owned, fee-simple properties designated Reservation Commercial on the Snohomish County Future Land Use Map must include an archaeology site report pursuant to SCC 30.32D.200(3)(b) or relocate the project to avoid impacts to any archaeological resources.
(b) the use must be located, designed, and operated so as to not interfere with, and to support the continuation of, the overall agricultural use of the property and neighboring properties;
(c) the use and all activities and structures related to the use must be consistent with the size, scale, and intensity of the existing agricultural use of the property and the existing buildings on the site;
The provisions of subsections (130)(a) through (130)(f) of this section do not apply to any land under ownership or acquired before May 24, 2015, by any local, county, regional, or state agency for recreation, public park and/or trail purposes. Any new development, alterations or reconstruction on these properties shall meet subsection (130)(g) of this section and the requirements of the A-10 zone. All buildings and parking areas shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet from the property boundaries. If the park or trail use produces adverse conditions that will unduly affect an adjacent agricultural use, the director may impose a larger setback to alleviate the effects of such adverse conditions, which include but are not limited to noise, vibration, dust, and light.
(131) Marijuana-related facilities are prohibited within the exterior boundaries of the Tulalip Indian Reservation.
(132) Marijuana Retail. See SCC 30.28.120.
(133) Only the following uses are permitted in the CRC zone: clubhouses, grooming parlors, personal service shops, offices, tool sales and rental, locksmith, home improvement centers, retail bakeries, drug stores, grocery stores, hardware stores, general retail, second hand stores, specialty stores, and tire stores.
(134) Material Recovery Facility. See SCC 30.28.110.
(135) Retail, general uses may be allowed with an administrative conditional use permit only when part of a new mixed-use development that includes residential dwellings or when occupying a former residential structure (or portion of a residential structure). The proposed retail use in the MR zone must meet the following criteria:
(b) The gross leasable area of retail space may not exceed 6,000 square feet; and
(c) Products or merchandise offered for sale or storage by a business may be located outdoors except that the area occupied by the display may not exceed 500 square feet and public sidewalks may not be enclosed as space for sales or storage by fencing or other means that effectively limits public use of the sidewalk.
(137) Recycling Facility. See SCC 30.28.112.
(138) Licensed practitioners and medical clinics may be conditionally permitted as the sole use on a site. Cleaning establishments, grooming parlors, and personal service shops may only be conditionally permitted when part of a development that includes residential dwellings or when occupying a former residential structure (or portion of a residential structure). (Added by Amended Ord. 02-064, Dec. 9, 2002, Eff date Feb. 1, 2003; Amended by Amended Ord. 03-051, June 4, 2003, Eff date June 27, 2003; Amended by Ord. 03-107, Sept. 10, 2003, Eff date Sept. 25, 2003; Amended by Ord. 03-113, Sept. 24, 2003, Eff date Oct. 6, 2003; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 03-145, Oct. 22, 2003, Eff date Oct. 22, 2003; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 04-020, Feb. 11, 2004, Eff date Feb. 11, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 04-010, Mar. 3, 2004, Eff date Mar. 15, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 04-055, June 2, 2004, Eff date July 1, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 04-074, July 28, 2004, Eff date Aug. 23, 2004; Amended by Amended Ord. 05-040, July 6, 2005, Eff date Aug. 8, 2005; Amended by Ord. 05-094, Sept. 14, 2005, Eff date Sept. 29, 2005; Amended by Amended Ord. 05-038, Nov. 30, 2005, Eff date Dec. 16, 2005; Amended by Amended Ord. 05-083, Dec. 21, 2005, Eff date Feb. 1, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 05-087, Dec. 21, 2005, Eff date Feb. 1, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 05-146, Jan. 18, 2006, Eff date Feb. 12, 2006; Amended by Amended Emerg. Ord. 06-011, Feb. 15, 2006, Eff date Feb. 15, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 06-004, Mar. 15, 2006, Eff date Apr. 4, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 06-046, July 19, 2006, Eff date Aug. 5, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 06-057, Aug. 2, 2006, Eff date Aug. 14, 2006; Amended by Amended Ord. 06-137, Dec. 13, 2006, Eff date Jan. 1, 2007; Amended by Amended Ord. 06-114, Dec. 20, 2006, Eff date Jan. 19, 2007; Amended by Amended Ord. 07-005, Feb. 21, 2007, Eff date Mar. 4, 2007; Amended by Amended Ord. 07-029, Apr. 25, 2007, Eff date May 10, 2007; Amended by Ord. 07-090, Sept. 5, 2007, Eff date Sept. 21, 2007; Amended by Res. 07-028, Nov. 19, 2007, Eff date Nov. 19, 2007; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 08-070, Apr. 23, 2008, Eff date Apr. 23, 2008; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 08-107, Oct. 20, 2008, Eff date Oct. 23, 2008; Amended by Amended Ord. 08-101, Jan. 21, 2009, Eff date Apr. 21, 2009; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 09-017, Apr. 8, 2009, Eff date Apr. 23, 2009; Amended by Emerg. Ord. 09-097, Oct. 14, 2009, Eff date Oct. 14, 2009; Amended by Amended Ord. 09-096, Oct. 14, 2009, Eff date Nov. 9, 2009; Amended by Amended Ord. 10-008, Mar. 24, 2010, Eff date Apr. 11, 2010; Amended by Amended Ord. 09-079, May 12, 2010, Eff date May 29, 2010; Amended by Amended Ord. 10-023, June 9, 2010, Eff date Sept. 30, 2010; Amended by Amended Ord. 10-072, Sept. 8, 2010, Eff date Oct. 3, 2010; Amended by Amended Ord. 10-102, Jan. 19, 2011, Eff date Jan. 30, 2011; Amended by Ord. 11-076, Jan. 11, 2012, Eff date Jan. 27, 2012; Amended by Amended Ord. 12-018, May 2, 2012, Eff date May 21, 2012; Amended by Amended Ord. 12-025, June 6, 2012, Eff date July 27, 2012; Amended by Amended Ord. 12-040, July 11, 2012, Eff date July 28, 2012; Amended by Amended Ord. 13-007, Sept. 11, 2013, Eff date Oct. 3, 2013; Amended by Amended Ord. 13-064, Sept. 4, 2013, Eff date Oct. 19, 2013; Amended by Amended Ord. 13-086, Nov. 13, 2013, Eff date Nov. 28, 2013; Amended by Amended Ord. 13-100, Jan. 8, 2014, Eff date Jan. 23, 2014; Amended by Ord. 14-053, Aug. 27, 2014, Eff date Sept. 13, 2014; Amended by Ord. 14-081, Oct. 29, 2014, Eff date Nov. 13, 2014; Amended by Ord. 15-005, Mar. 18, 2015, Eff date Apr. 2, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 15-015, Apr. 15, 2015, Eff date Apr. 30, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 15-027, May 6, 2015, Eff date May 24, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 15-025, May 6, 2015, Eff date May 24, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 15-017, May 6, 2015, Eff date May 24, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 15-009, May 6, 2015, Eff date June 15, 2015; Amended by Amended Ord. 16-033, June 15, 2016, Eff date July 3, 2016; Amended by Amended Ord. 16-039, June 22, 2016, Eff date July 2, 2016; Amended by Amended Ord. 16-044, Aug. 31, 2016, Eff date Sept. 12, 2016; Amended by Amended Ord. 17-006, Feb. 15, 2017, Eff date Mar. 13, 2017; Amended by Amended Ord. 16-013, Mar. 8, 2017, Eff date May 7, 2017; Amended by Ord. 17-062, Oct. 18, 2017, Eff date Dec. 17, 2017; Amended by Ord. 18-011, Mar. 21, 2018, Eff date May 20, 2018; Amended by Ord. 18-062, Nov. 13, 2018, Eff date Nov. 30, 2018; Amended by Amended Ord. 19-020, July 3, 2019, Eff date Oct. 14, 2019; Amended by Ord. 19-021, June 19, 2019, Eff date July 4, 2019; Amended by Ord. 20-020, June 24, 2020).