Smoky Hollow Specific Plan 2018 (web version)
This Appendix defines terms and phrases used in this Specific Plan that are technical or specialized or that may not reflect common usage.
Words or phrases not defined here shall be as defined in ESMC Section 15-1-6 (Definitions).
A building, part of a building or structure, or use which is subordinate to, and the use of which is incidental to, that of the main building, structure or use on the same lot.
Alcohol Sales, Off-Site
Any establishment in which alcoholic beverages are sold for consumption off the premises.
Alcohol Sales, On-Site with Food Service
Any establishment in which alcoholic beverages are sold, served, or given away for consumption on site as part of a restaurant, deli, market or similar establishment where customers purchase food and beverages and consume the food and beverages on the premises.
A building or portion of a building, used for large-scale indoor gatherings of people. For example, assembly halls include private educational facilities; religious institutions; clubs; lodges; theaters; and similar kinds of facilities whether available for public or private use.
Brewery and Alcohol Production
An establishment that produces ales, beers, meads, hard ciders, wine, liquor and/or similar beverages on-site. Also includes incidental sale of beverages for on-site and off-site consumption in keeping with the regulations of the Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF).
Business and Consumer Support Services
Business and consumer support services include establishments primarily providing consumers and businesses with services, including maintenance, repair, testing, and rentals.
A dwelling unit used for a caretaker of the property on which it is located and no larger than 500 square feet in area.
An establishment where food and beverages are prepared for off-site consumption. Typical use is a catering facility.
An industrial building containing floor space that houses computer servers, and informational technology equipment primarily for the purpose of storing and distributing data.
A building or portion of a building containing three or more dwelling units designed or arranged for occupancy by three or more households living independently in which they may or may not share common entrances and/or other spaces.
A building containing no more than one dwelling unit designed for occupancy by not more than one household.
A building containing no more than two dwelling units designed or arranged for occupancy by two households living independently.
Banks, credit unions, investment companies, lending and thrift institutions, securities/commodity brokers.
An establishment where exercises and related activities are performed for the purpose of physical fitness. Examples of uses include Pilates, personal training, dance, yoga and martial arts studios.
Floor Area (Gross)
The area included within the surrounding exterior walls of a building or portion thereof, exclusive of garages. The floor area of a building, or portion thereof, not provided with surrounding exterior walls shall be the usable area under the horizontal projection of the roof or floor above.
A person or company that organizes shipments for individuals or corporations to move goods from the manufacturer or producer to a market, customer, or final point of distribution.
See “Fitness Studio.”
The manufacturing, compounding, processing, assembling or testing of large heavy items or materials in bulk.
A use engaged in the manufacture, predominately from previously prepared materials, of finished products
The partial use of a dwelling unit for commercial uses.
A building or group of buildings designed and or used by, physicians, chiropractors, dentists and others engaged professionally in such healing arts for humans.
The storage of various materials outside of a structure incidental to a principal use. Does not include the keeping of building materials reasonably required for construction work on the premises pursuant to a valid and current Building Permit.
Offices maintained and used as a place of business conducted by persons whose business activity consists principally of services as distinguished from the handling of commodities.
Open Space, Public or Quasi-public
Outdoor space that serves a leisure, recreational or aesthetic function. Examples include parks and athletic fields. Also includes privately owned publicly accessible spaces in the form of an arcade, plaza, and similar places. Excludes commercial recreation where fees are charged for entrance or use.
A public or private space dedicated to accommodating vehicle parking stalls, backup area, driveways, and aisles. Also includes parking structures.
Personal/Mini Storage, General
A facility having compartments, rooms, spaces, containers or other type of units that are individually leased, rented, sold or otherwise contracted for the storage of personal or business goods or property Also known as self storage and mini storage. Does not include Personal Storage, Collection or Warehousing.
Personal Storage, Collection
A facility having compartments, rooms, spaces, containers or other type of units that are individually leased, rented, sold or otherwise contracted for the storage of specialized collections. Facilities under this definition provide specialized features and/or mechanisms to facilitate the storage of specific collection types, such as temperature or humidity controlled units for the storage of wine, cigars, art, furs, or classic cars. Does not include General Personal/Mini Storage.
A building or structure owned, operated or occupied by a governmental agency. Public facilities include: municipal, county, state or federal governmental facilities.
Facilities, equipment, and associated features related to the mechanical functions of a building and services such as water, electrical, telecommunications, and waste. Includes facilities for flood control and the generation of electricity. Excludes wireless communications facilities.
Research and Development
Establishments engaged in study, testing, design, analysis and experimental development and testing of products, processes or services.
Restaurant, Fast Food
A restaurant where customers purchase food and beverages and either consume the food and beverages on the premises or take the food and beverages off the premises. Typical characteristics of a fast food restaurant include: the purchase of food and beverages at a walk-up window or counter; no table service; payment for food and beverages before consumption; and the packaging of food and beverages in disposable containers.
Restaurant, Food To Go and Take-out
A restaurant or other such establishment designed as a take-out facility in which no food is consumed on the premises and no permanent provisions are made for that purpose. Provisions for deliveries, catering, drive-through or walk-up facilities are permitted.
Restaurant, Full Service
A restaurant where customers purchase food and beverages and consume the food and beverages on the premises. Typical characteristics of a full service restaurant include: table service; payment after consumption; and serving food and beverages in non-disposable containers. A full service restaurant may include incidental or occasional takeout sales.
Restaurant, Outdoor Dining
A dining area with seats and/or tables located outside the walls of the structure without a solid roof cover.
Sales, of physical objects and/or prepackaged food items to the consumer. Retail sales transactions typically require collection of sales and use tax.
An area which provides for the sale of gasoline, other fuels, and lubricants for motor vehicles as the primary use.
An establishment that sells food or beverages for consumption on or off the premises in conjunction with retail sales of other goods.
Studio/Sound Stages and Support Facilities
Space in an outdoor or indoor area, building, part of a building, structure, or a defined area, which is utilized primarily for the creation of film, television, music video, multimedia, or other related activities.
Vehicle Sales and Services
The sales, rental, repair, alteration, restoration, towing, painting, or finishing of automobiles, trucks, recreational vehicles, boats, and other vehicles as a primary use, including the incidental wholesale and retail sale of vehicle parts as an accessory use.
Establishments where household animals receive medical and surgical treatment and may be temporarily boarded in association with such medical or surgical treatment.
Veterinary Services with Boarding and/or Day Care
Establishments where household animals receive medical and surgical treatment, and which offer boarding or animal day care services and facilities not associated with medical or surgical treatment.
The use of a building or structure as storage space for goods, merchandise, or equipment and where the facility owner/operator of the warehouse is the owner of the goods or is the entity that offers the goods for sale or resale.
The sale of commercial goods at or near production cost. The wholesaling use category includes firms involved in the sale, of products primarily intended for industrial, institutional, or commercial businesses. Businesses may or may not be open to the general public, but sales to the general public are limited.