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File #: TMP-4369    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Miscellaneous
File created: 9/2/2020 In control: Community Services Department
On agenda: 9/22/2020 Final action:
Title: Introduce and conduct a first reading of an ordinance amending the Washoe County Code at Chapter 110 (Development Code), Article 406, Building Placement Standards, to add a new section addressing industrial zoned properties adjacent to residentially zoned property. New standards shall pertain to any uses within an industrial regulatory zone that are adjacent to residential regulatory zone parcels with specific requirements concerning setbacks, screening elements, lighting and loading and service areas. Proposed changes include but are not limited to an additional 50 foot setback required for any industrial use that is adjacent to residentially zoned property, 8 foot high screening element required along the property lines that are adjacent to residentially zoned property, limits of 25 feet on the height of lighting standards that are more than 100 feet from the shared property line of any residentially zoned property, and setback requirements for loading and service areas for parcels ...
Attachments: 1. BCC 9-22-20 - Staff Report - WDCA20-0001, 2. BCC 9-22-20 - Attachment A - Draft Ordinance, 3. BCC 9-22-20 - Attachment B - PC Resolution, 4. BCC 9-22-20 - Attachment C - PC Staff Report, 5. BCC 9-22-20 - Attachment D - PC Minutes, 6. BCC 9-22-20 - WDCA20-0001 Staff Presentation
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Introduce and conduct a first reading of an ordinance amending the Washoe County Code at Chapter 110 (Development Code), Article 406, Building Placement Standards, to add a new section addressing industrial zoned properties adjacent to residentially zoned property. New standards shall pertain to any uses within an industrial regulatory zone that are adjacent to residential regulatory zone parcels with specific requirements concerning setbacks, screening elements, lighting and loading and service areas.  Proposed changes include but are not limited to an additional 50 foot setback required for any industrial use that is adjacent to residentially zoned property, 8 foot high screening element required along the property lines that are adjacent to residentially zoned property, limits of 25 feet on the height of lighting standards that are more than 100 feet from the shared property line of any residentially zoned property, and setback requirements for loading and service areas for parcels of one acre or more when adjacent to residentially zoned properties; and other matters necessarily connected therewith and pertaining thereto.  If supported, set the public hearing for second reading and possible adoption of the Ordinance for October 13, 2020.  Community Services. (All Commission Districts.) FOR POSSIBLE ACTION