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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM NO. 25

Meeting Date: June 27, 2006

Subject/Title: Introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance for a Rezone (RZ 05-22) to change the zoning of a 10-acre site from Planned Development 38 Subarea B to Planned Development 38 Subarea E in order to adopt specific uses and development standards and adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration for an approximate 117,368 square foot commercial center (Design Review 05-29 – Lone Tree Town Plaza) generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center and the Acorn Self Storage developments.

Prepared by: Debbie Hill, Associate Planner

Submitted by: Howard Sword, Community Development Director

RECOMMENDATION
The Planning Commission and staff recommend the City Council introduce and waive the first reading of an ordinance approving a rezone from Planned Development 38 (PD-38) Subarea B to Planned Development 38 (PD-38) Subarea E in order to adopt specific uses and development standards to accommodate the 117,368 square foot Lone Tree Town Plaza commercial project and certifying the mitigated negative declaration for this project.

PREVIOUS ACTION
None.

BACKGROUND
At the May 16, 2006, Planning Commission meeting, the Commission unanimously voted to approve the rezone which would adopt specific uses and establish development standards for the 10 acres generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center (Winco) and the Acorn Self Storage developments. In addition, on June 6, 2006, the Planning Commission also approved Design Review 05-29 for the development of this site with an approximately 117,368 square foot commercial project known as Lone Tree Town Plaza.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION
The proposed rezone would create a new subarea (Subarea E) for PD-38, establish specific permitted and conditionally permitted uses, as well as prohibited uses, and create development standards for this new subarea.

ANALYSIS
The development standards proposed for this project are reasonable and are identical to Subareas A, B, and C of this PD-38 zoning designation, as follows:

Minimum Lot Area 10,000 square feet

Minimum Lot Width 50 feet

Minimum Street Frontage Setback
For 1 story structures or less than 20 feet tall 5 feet

Minimum Street Frontage Setback
For 2 story structures or less than 35 feet tall 10 feet

Minimum Street Frontage Setback
For 3 story structures or less than 45 feet tall 20 feet

Minimum Non Street Frontage Setback 0 feet*

Maximum Building Height 45 feet or three stories**

*Non Street Frontage Setbacks for parcels adjoining existing residential uses must be approved by the Planning Commission during the design review or conditional use permit process.

**Structures greater than 45 feet or 3 stories may be permitted subject to conditional use permit approval, with a 30-foot street frontage setback.

In addition, the Planning Commission and staff are recommending the proposed uses for the zone. Those uses which have the potential to create parking or other adverse impacts have been conditionally permitted, and those uses which have the potential to be detrimental to the center have been prohibited. The resultant zoning text would read as follows:

Permitted Uses

Permitted Uses in Subarea E north of the Fairview Avenue Extension:
1. General and regional retail uses, including liquor sales for off-site consumption that are ancillary to the primary retail use.
2. Business services, such as laundry, dry cleaning.
3. Automotive parts and sales without service or repairs.
4. Service establishments, such as electronics or television repair, and small equipment rental or repair.
5. Day care facilities.
6. Banks and financial institutions.
7. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
8. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, but without drive-in or drive-through facilities providing the size of the food service use is 15 percent or less of the floor area of the building.
9. Business or technical schools.
10. Carpet and Flooring Stores.
11. Business, office (medical and professional), and service establishments such as, but not limited to Laundromat, dry cleaning, travel agencies, insurance and real estate offices, electronic and television repair, small equipment rental or repair, optical or veterinary pet services (excluding kennels), and other similar business, office, and service establishments.
12. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

Permitted Uses in Subarea E south of the Fairview Avenue extension:
1. General and regional retail uses.
2. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
3. Carpet and flooring stores.
4. Business, office (medical and professional), and service establishments such as, but not limited to Laundromat, dry cleaning, travel agencies, insurance and real estate offices, electronic and television repair, small equipment rental or repair, optical or veterinary pet services (excluding kennels), and other similar business, office, and service establishments.
5. Banks and financial institutions.
6. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, but without drive-in or drive-through facilities providing the size of the food service use is 15 percent or less of the floor area of the building.
7. Business or technical schools.
8. Automotive parts sales without auto service or repairs.
9. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

Conditionally Permitted Uses

Conditionally Permitted Uses in Subarea E north of the Fairview Avenue Extension:

1. Auto rental, leasing or sales, boat and recreational vehicle sales,
2. Drive-in and drive-thru establishments, excluding drive-through restaurants.
3. On- and off-site sales of alcohol.
4. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities.
5. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, that are larger than 15% of the floor area of the building in which the restaurant or food service use is located.
6. Automotive repair and service.
7. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

Conditionally Permitted Uses in Subarea E south of the Fairview Avenue extension:
1. Drive-in and drive-through establishments, excluding drive-through restaurants.
2. Alcohol sales for on or off-site consumption.
3. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities.
4. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, that are larger than 15% of the floor area of the building in which the restaurant or food service use is located.
5. Day care facilities.
6. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

Prohibited Uses

The following uses shall be prohibited within Subarea E.
1. Self-service storage facilities.
2. Public and quasi public uses such as hospitals, medical laboratory, outpatient facilities, convalescent hospital.
3. Billiard hall, bowling alleys, lodge, fraternal hall, and community facility.
4. Funeral services and crematoriums.
5. Gas stations and mini-marts.
6. Drive-through restaurants.

Other Development Standards:

1. Refuse Disposal Enclosure. All dumpsters, compactors, or semi-open trash containers shall be screened with masonry or cement refuse disposal enclosures to City standards and specifications.
2. Illumination of Parking Facilities and Structures. All facilities shall provide adequate lighting or illumination of parking facilities and structures pursuant to Chapter 17.620 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.
3. Parking Lot Design and Development Standards. All facilities shall comply with the design and development standards of Chapter 17.620.
4. Advertising Signs. All signs shall be subject to Chapter 17.640 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.
5. Landscaping and Screening. Landscaping and screening shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 17.630.
6. Accessory Structures and buildings shall be permitted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660.
7. Security Measures. All facilities shall provide security measures in accordance with City standards and subject to design review.
8. Energy Conservation. All facilities shall, to the greatest extent possible, incorporate energy conservation measures in conformance with City standards and subject to design review.
9. Manufacturing and Storage Areas. All manufacturing processes shall be within a structure and all open storage areas (excluding outdoor sales areas) shall be screened with a minimum six (6) foot high view-obscuring fence. No storage shall exceed the height of the fence without securing a conditional use permit. Masonry walls shall be utilized for screening outdoor manufacturing and storage areas visible from a public street, while chain link with view-obscuring slats or other fencing materials, may be used for screening areas not visible from a public street.
10. Parking. Subarea E shall provide parking at a ratio of 1 space per 250 square feet of building floor area. All other subareas shall provide parking in accordance with Section 17.620 of the City Municipal Code.

FISCAL IMPACT
There would be no fiscal impact to the City. The project involves only the addition of new zoning text and establishment of an area map.

Attachments:
1. Resolution approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration for project.
2. Ordinance rezoning the 10-acre site from PD-38 Subarea B to PD-38 Subarea E
3. Site Plan for the Lone Tree Town Plaza project
4. Mitigated Negative Declaration

RESOLUTION NO.

A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE ADOPTION OF A MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION FOR THE LONE TREE TOWN PLAZA PROJECT, GENERALLY LOCATED NORTH OF LONE TREE WAY AND EAST OF EMPIRE AVENUE BETWEEN THE LONE TREE CENTER (WINCO) AND ACORN SELF STORAGE DEVELOPMENTS.

WHEREAS, Bloodgood Sharpe Buster/Gregg Steele Properties has requested that the City approve a Mitigated Negative Declaration for the Lone Tree Town Plaza project to be located on the vacant 10-acres generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center (Winco) and Acorn Self Storage developments; and

WHEREAS, the proposed project information was referred to various public utility companies, public districts and pertinent departments for review and recommendations; and

WHEREAS, an Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration were prepared for this project in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and are considered a part of this review and approval process; and

WHEREAS, the Mitigated Negative Declaration identifies less than significant environmental effects associated with the proposed project which can be feasibly mitigated or avoided and these project measures are included in the project conditions of approval and will ensure that the impacts identified are mitigated to a less than significant level; and

WHEREAS, the availability of said environmental document for the minimum 20-day public review and comment period was begun on April 26, 2006, and ended on May 15, 2006, and all comments received were responded to and included in the Response to Comments and the resultant Mitigation Monitoring Plan; and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission of the City of Brentwood considered this Mitigated Negative Declaration and the accompanying Mitigation Monitoring Plan at a public hearing at its regular meeting of May 16, 2006, and considered the staff report, all accompanying information, and testimony received from the applicant and other interested parties and passed Resolution 06-33 recommending City Council approval; and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Brentwood considered this Mitigated Negative Declaration and the accompanying Mitigation Monitoring Plan at a public hearing at its regular meeting of June 27, 2006, and considered the staff report, all accompanying information, and testimony received from the applicant and other interested parties.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that:

1. The City Council of the City of Brentwood hereby approves the Mitigated Negative Declaration and accompanying Mitigation Monitoring Plan for the Lone Tree Town Plaza commercial project to be generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center (Winco) and Acorn Self Storage developments.
2. The above actions are final unless an appeal is filed pursuant to Chapter 17.880 of the Brentwood Municipal Code within ten (10) calendar days following City Council action.

ORDINANCE NO.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BRENTWOOD APPROVING REZONE 05-22 BY AMENDING CHAPTER 17.488 TO THE BRENTWOOD MUNICIPAL CODE ESTABLISHING PLANNED DEVELOPMENT THIRTY-EIGHT SUBAREA E FOR 10 ACRES GENERALLY LOCATED NORTH OF LONE TREE WAY AND EAST OF EMPIRE AVENUE BETWEEN THE LONE TREE CENTER (WINCO) AND ACORN SELF STORAGE DEVELOPMENTS.

WHEREAS, Bloodgood Sharpe Buster/Gregg Steele Properties has initiated a rezone from Planned Development 38 Subarea B to Planned Development Subarea E in order to adopt specific uses and development standards for 10 acres of land generally located north of Lone Tree Way and east of Empire Avenue between the Lone Tree Center (Winco) and Acorn Self Storage developments; and

WHEREAS, on May 16, 2006, the Planning Commission conducted a duly noticed public hearing, considered public comments and passed Resolution No. 06-34 which recommended the approval of the rezone from PD-38 Subarea B to PD-38 Subarea E; and

WHEREAS, a Notice of Public Hearing was legally advertised in the Brentwood Press on June 16, 2006, for the purpose of reviewing the application, considering the Planning Commission’s action and considering all comments made by the public with respect to this proposed zoning amendment; and

WHEREAS, after the close of the public hearing, the City Council considered all public comments received both before and during the public hearing, the presentation by City staff, the staff report, which includes an analysis of the consistency of the proposed project with all other goals and policies of the City and the General Plan, and all other pertinent goals, policies, regulations and documents regarding the proposed zoning amendment; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED that the City Council of the City of Brentwood:

A. Hereby finds that:

1. The project is consistent with the existing General Plan land use designation as the uses set forth in the new planned development zoning are consistent with General Commercial uses as defined in the General Plan.

2. The project is consistent with the City’s previously expressed intent to adopt development standards prior to or in conjunction with the approval of any specific projects in that the developer has concurrently processed a design review application on this site.

3. The project will result in more commercial development to serve the needs of the retail and office users of the Brentwood community.

B. Hereby, approves Rezone 05-22 as requested amending Chapter 17.488 to the Brentwood Municipal Code, as reflected below:

CHAPTER 17.488
PD-38 (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT THIRTY-EIGHT) ZONE

Sections
17.488.001 Authority, Purpose, and Intent
17.488.002 Permitted Uses - Subarea A
17.488.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses - Subarea A
17.488.004 Permitted Uses - Subarea B
17.488.005 Conditionally Permitted Uses - Subarea B
17.488.006 Permitted Uses - Subarea C
17.488.007 Conditionally Permitted Uses - Subarea C
17.488.008 Permitted Uses within Subarea D
17.488.009 Conditionally Permitted Uses within Subarea D
17.488.010 Permitted Uses within Subarea E
17.488.011 Conditionally Permitted Uses within Subarea E
17.488.012 Prohibited Uses
17.488.013 Development Standards
17.488.014 Design and Site Development Review

17.488.001 Authority, Purpose, and Intent. The authority, purpose, and intent for the adoption of the PD-38 (Planned Development Thirty-Eight) zone are as follows:

A. Authority. PD-38 zone is adopted pursuant to the authority set forth in Chapter 17.450, Planned Development Zones - General Regulations of the Brentwood Municipal Code.

B. Purpose. The purpose of the PD-38 zone is to permit and regulate the development of business park and commercial uses within Planning Area "F" as designated by the City of Brentwood General Plan.

C. Intent. In order to achieve the purpose of implementing the development of business park and retail uses identified in the Brentwood General Plan for PD-38 zone, said zone shall be divided into three subareas as geographically designated on Exhibit "A", which is attached to this ordinance and incorporated herein by reference, and as further described below. The primary character of the area is intended to be a mix of business park and retail uses.

1. Subarea A consists of 11 acres intended for self-storage and retail uses to serve the needs of the Brentwood community.

2. Subarea B consists of 33 acres intended for a mix of general commercial and regional commercial uses.

3. Subarea C consists of 42 acres intended for business park uses. This area will also provide for uses ancillary to business park uses.

4. Subarea D consists of 5± acres intended for very high density residential uses.

5. Subarea E consists of 10± acres intended for a mix of general commercial and regional commercial uses.

17.488.002 Permitted Uses in Subarea A. The following are permitted in Subarea A of PD-38:

1. Self-service storage facilities (mini-storage or warehouses), with or without resident manager dwelling unit.

2. Outdoor uses, including outdoor storage that is located at least 200 feet north of Lone Tree Way or other such distance as approved by the Community Development Director.

3. General retail uses, including liquor sales for off-site consumption that are ancillary to the primary retail use.

4. Business services, such as laundry, dry cleaning, and automotive repair, or service establishments, such as electronic, television repair, and small equipment rental or repair.

5. Day Care Facilities

6. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

17.488.003 Conditionally Permitted Uses in Subarea A. The following uses are permitted in Subarea A of PD-38 subject to securing a conditional use permit pursuant to Chapter 17.830:

1. Auto rental, leasing or sales, auto services and repair facility, boat and recreational vehicle sales, service and repair facility, and parts and accessory store.
2. Drive-in and drive-through establishments, including gas stations, but excluding all prohibited uses.
3. Businesses whose primary use is off-site liquor sales.
4. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities that are located closer than 200 feet to Lone Tree Way or other such distance as approved by the Community Development Director.
5. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
6. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.488.004 Permitted Uses in Subarea B. The following are permitted within Subarea B of PD-38:

1. General and regional retail uses.
2. Business, office, and service establishments under 2000 square feet, such as, but not limited to, laundromat, dry cleaning, travel agencies, insurance offices, electronic and television repair, small equipment rental or repair, optical or veterinary pet services (excluding kennels), and other similar business, office, and service establishments that are under 2000 square feet, excepting that the second story of an office over retail building is not limited to 2000 square feet and can be used for office uses up to 100%.
3. Banks and financial institutions.
4. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, but without drive-in or drive-through facilities providing the size of the food service use is 15 percent or less of the floor area of the building.
5. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

17.488.005 Conditionally Permitted Uses in Subarea B. The following uses are permitted in Subarea B of PD-38 subject to securing a conditional use permit pursuant to Chapter 17.830:

1. Drive-in and drive-through establishments, excluding drive-thru restaurants and all prohibited uses.
2. Liquor sales for on or off-site consumption that are ancillary to the primary retail use.
3. Businesses whose primary use is off-site liquor sales, other than as ancillary to a primary retail use.
4. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities.
5. Business, office, and service uses over 2000 square feet, plus medical or dental offices, or clinics over 2000 square feet. Business and trade schools.
6. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, that are larger than 15% of the floor area of the building in which the restaurant or food service use is located.
7. Day care facilities.
8. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.488.006 Permitted Uses Subarea C. The following are permitted within Subarea C of PD-38.

1. Business, office, and service uses including medical, dental, and optical offices or clinics, and veterinary facilities (excluding kennels).
2. Public and quasi-public offices, such as government offices, library, employment office, utility office, and similar uses.
3. Business park uses, including, but not limited to, research and development uses, warehouse, distribution and wholesale uses, medical or dental laboratories, and other similar uses.
4. Light industrial and manufacturing uses, such as small assembly, printing shop, and similar uses, which generate minimal noise, odor, smoke, waste material, or other similar impacts.
5. Uses that manufacture their primary product on the premises, such as a drapery shop, cabinet shop, upholstery shop, and similar uses. Ancillary retail sale of these products is allowed.
6. General retail uses, including cafes and food service uses that do not exceed 15% of the building area of an office, business park or industrial building, and are intended to primarily serve users of Subarea C.
7. Day care facilities.
8. Other similar uses as determined by the Community Development Director.

17.488.007 Conditionally Permitted Uses Subarea C. The following uses are permitted in the PD-38 Subarea C subject to securing a conditional use permit pursuant to Chapter 17.830:]

1. Public and quasi-public uses appropriate to and compatible with the area, such as hospitals, convalescent hospitals, and business and technical schools.
2. Animal boarding kennels.
3. Funeral services, mortuaries and crematoriums.
4. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
5. Restaurants, bars, lounges and food service uses that exceed 15% of the building area of an office, business park or industrial building, or are a freestanding building.
6. Light or medium industrial uses that will have a moderate to high impact on surrounding uses, including, but not limited to, metal fabrication, machine shops, and welding shop.
7. Outdoor storage yard or outdoor industrial uses.
8. Manufacture of food products, pharmaceuticals, and similar products, excluding the production of fish or meat products, or similar products that create excessive sewage or odor problems, provided all manufacturing activities are performed inside a building.
9. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances that require special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.488.008 Permitted Uses within Subarea D

1. Apartments, condominiums, townhouses.
2. Multi-family structures not exceeding thirty (30) dwelling units per gross acre.
3. Keeping of domestic animals or pets subject to Chapter 17.670.
4. Signs subject to Chapter 17.640.
5. Accessory facilities or buildings related to the primary use including a community center, leasing or sales offices, recreation buildings and fitness facilities for use by residents and their guests, on-site manager’s quarters, equipment maintenance areas, and similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.
6. Home Occupation Uses subject to Chapter 17.840.

17.488.009 Conditionally Permitted Uses within Subarea D

1. Large residential care and day care facilities.
2. Ground floor commercial services within buildings over 2 stories in height and serving the daily needs of residents including convenience banking center, automatic teller machines, newsstand, stationary/gift shop, flower stands, and café or food service uses, and similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.
3. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances that require special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.488.010 Permitted Uses within Subarea E

A. North of the extension of Fairview Avenue

1. General and regional retail uses.
2. Business services, such as laundry, dry cleaning.
3. Automotive parts and sales without service or repairs.
4. Service establishments, such as electronics or television repair, and small equipment rental or repair.
5. Day care facilities.
6. Banks and financial institutions.
7. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
8. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, but without drive-in or drive-through facilities providing the size of the food service use is 15 percent or less of the floor area of the building.
9. Business or technical schools.
10. Carpet and Flooring stores.
11. Business, office (medical and professional), and service establishments such as, but not limited to Laundromat, dry cleaning, travel agencies, insurance offices, electronic and television repair, small equipment rental or repair, optical or veterinary pet services (excluding kennels), and other similar business, office, and service establishments.
12. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

B. South of the extension of Fairview Avenue

1. General and regional retail uses.
2. Health club, reducing studios, recreational services and similar facilities.
3. Carpet and flooring stores.
4. Business, office (medical and professional), and service establishments such as, but not limited to Laundromat, dry cleaning, travel agencies, insurance offices, electronic and television repair, small equipment rental or repair, optical or veterinary pet services (excluding kennels), and other similar business, office, and service establishments.
5. Banks and financial institutions.
6. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, but without drive-in or drive-through facilities providing the size of the food service use is 15 percent or less of the floor area of the building.
7. Business and technical schools.
8. Automotive parts sales without auto service or repairs.
9. Similar uses subject to the approval of the Community Development Director.

17.488.011 Conditionally Permitted Uses within Subarea E

A. North of the extension of Fairview Avenue

1. Auto rental, leasing or sales, boat and recreational vehicle sales.
2. Drive-in and drive-thru establishments, excluding drive-through restaurants.
3. On- and off-site sales of alcohol.
4. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities.
5. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, that are larger than 15% of the floor area of the building in which the restaurant or food service use is located.
6. Automotive repair and service.
7. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

B. South of the extension of Fairview Avenue

1. Drive-in and drive-through establishments, excluding drive-through restaurants.
2. Alcohol sales for on or off-site consumption.
3. Outdoor sales/display uses and outdoor storage facilities.
4. Restaurant, café, and other food service uses, including outdoor dining, that are larger than 15% of the floor area of the building in which the restaurant or food service use is located.
5. Day care facilities.
6. Other uses that the Community Development Director determines because of the type of operation, material stored or sold, or other special circumstances requiring special consideration and conditioning through the conditional use permit procedure.

17.488.012 Prohibited Uses

A. The following uses shall be prohibited within Subarea B:

1. Self-service storage facilities.
2. Public and quasi-public uses such as hospitals, medical laboratory, outpatient facilities, convalescent hospital, business and technical schools.
3. Health clubs, reducing studios, recreational services and similar activities.
4. Tire shop, auto seat and upholstery shop, billiard hall, bowling alleys, lodge, fraternal hall, and community facility.
5. Funeral services and crematoriums.
6. Automotive, boat, or machinery repair.
7. Auto sales, boat sales, camper, or recreational vehicle sales, and mobile or manufactured housing sales or rentals.
8. Gas stations and mini-marts.
9. Carpet and/or flooring sales.
10. Drive-through restaurants

B. The following uses shall be prohibited within Subarea E:

1. Self-service storage facilities.
2. Public and quasi public uses such as hospitals, medical laboratory, outpatient facilities, convalescent hospital.
3. Billiard hall, bowling alleys, lodge, fraternal hall, and community facility.
4. Funeral services and crematoriums.
5. Gas stations and mini-marts.
6. Drive-through restaurants

17.488.013 Development Standards

A. All uses developed within Subareas A, B, C and E of PD-38 shall conform to the development standards set forth as follows:

1. Minimum Lot Area 10,000 s.f.
2. Minimum Lot Width 50 feet
3. Minimum Street Frontage Setback
for 1 story structures or less than 20 feet tall 5 feet
4. Minimum Street Frontage Setback
for 2 story structures or less than 35 feet tall 10 feet
5. Minimum Street Frontage Setback
for 3 story structures or less than 45 feet tall 20 feet
6. Minimum Non Street Frontage Setback 0 feet*
*Non Street Frontage Setbacks for parcels adjoining existing residential uses must be approved by the Planning Commission during the design review or conditional use permit process.
7. Maximum Building Height 45 feet or three stories**
**Structures greater than 45 feet or 3 stories may be permitted subject to conditional use permit approval, with a 30-foot street frontage setback.

B. Other development standards for Subareas A, B, C and E:

1. Refuse Disposal Enclosure. All dumpsters, compactors, or semi-open trash containers shall be screened with masonry or cement refuse disposal enclosures to City standards and specifications.
2. Illumination of Parking Facilities and Structures. All facilities shall provide adequate lighting or illumination of parking facilities and structures pursuant to Chapter 17.620 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.
3. Parking Lot Design and Development Standards. All facilities shall comply with the design and development standards of Chapter 17.620.
4. Advertising Signs. All signs shall be subject to Chapter 17.640 of the Brentwood Municipal Code.
5. Landscaping and Screening. Landscaping and screening shall be provided in accordance with Chapter 17.630.
6. Accessory Structures and buildings shall be permitted pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 17.660.
7. Security Measures. All facilities shall provide security measures in accordance with City standards and subject to design review.
8. Energy Conservation. All facilities shall, to the greatest extent possible, incorporate energy conservation measures in conformance with City standards and subject to design review.
9. Manufacturing and Storage Areas. All manufacturing processes shall be within a structure and all open storage areas (excluding outdoor sales areas) shall be screened with a minimum six (6) foot high view-obscuring fence. No storage shall exceed the height of the fence without securing a conditional use permit. Masonry walls shall be utilized for screening outdoor manufacturing and storage areas visible from a public street, while chain link with view-obscuring slats or other fencing materials, may be used for screening areas not visible from a public street.
10. Parking. Subarea E shall provide parking at a ratio of 1 space per 250 square feet of building floor area. All other subareas shall provide parking in accordance with Section 17.620 of the City Municipal Code.

C. General Development Standards for Subarea D:

1. Minimum Lot Area: 2.0 acres
2. Minimum Lot Width: 100 feet
3. Minimum private open space: 100 square feet per unit
4. Minimum Principal Structure Setbacks: Fifteen (15) feet from nearest property line for first and second story, twenty (20) feet from nearest property line for third floor, and thirty (30) feet from nearest property line for all portions over three stories.
5. Carports/Detached Garages/Ancillary Structures: Five (5) feet from the front, side, and rear property lines.
6. Maximum Building Height Limit: 55 feet

D. Other Regulations for Subarea D:

1. Design and Site Development Review shall be required for all residential or mixed use development pursuant to Section 17.100.003 and 17.100.004.
2. Off-street parking: a minimum of three (3) parking spaces per unit. This requirement may be reduced for age-restricted senior housing projects, for mixed use projects, and after consideration of the proposed unit sizes (number of bedrooms) within a project at the time of Design Review. Ten (10) percent of off-street parking spaces shall be vegetated turf block or equivalent permeable surface acceptable to the Community Development Director and City Engineer.
3. Bicycle and parking for the physically disabled pursuant to Chapter 17.620.
4. All development shall provide landscaping and screening in accordance with Chapter 17.630 and is subject to design review.
5. All development shall provide adequate lighting or illumination of parking areas pursuant to Chapter 17.620 and is subject to design review. All lighting fixtures shall be a cut-off or full cut-off classification to minimize light spillover onto adjacent properties.
6. All development shall, to the greatest extent possible, incorporate energy conservation measures in accordance with city standards and are subject to design review approval.
7. Awnings and other shading devices may encroach two (2) feet into the required yards.

17.488.014 Design and Site Development Review. The design and site development review procedure contained in Chapter 17.820 of the Brentwood Municipal Code shall apply to new structures within PD-38.

17.488.015 PLANNED DEVELOPMENT 38 SUBAREA MAP:

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(925) 516-5440
Fax (925) 516-5441
E-mail allcouncil@brentwoodca.gov