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11/19/2019 18B Environmental Policy, YMC Ch. 6.88 - Distribution of Complete Record a\'4\lyy bxk ik 1 1-:41 PPPPPP+Pd s' lii it tYlltYlA.\ta. BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 18.B. For Meeting of: November 19, 2019 ITEM TITLE: Distribution of the Complete Record for proposed text amendments to YMC Chapter 6.88 Environmental Policy, Title 14 Subdivisions, and Title 15 Urban Area Zoning Ordinance SUBMITTED BY: Joan Davenport,AI CP, Community Development Director Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager(509) 575-6042 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: The complete record for this preliminary plat is being distributed to City Council members in this agenda packet. Please bring these materials to the public hearing which will take place on December 3, 2019. ITEM BUDGETED: NA STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Neighborhood and Community Building APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type plete card 2 19Text end ents 11/ /2019 backup Material 2 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT A ENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 City Council Open Record Public Hearing December 3, 2019 EX IBIT LIST Applicant: City of Yakima Planning Division File Numbers: TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 Site Address: N/A Staff Contact: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager Table of Contents CHAPTER A Staff Report CHAPTER B SEPA Checklist CHAPTER C Application CHAPTER D Public Notices CHAPTER E Public Comments CHAPTER F Supplemental Infotijiation 3 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER AA Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation ....... ................................................................. .......... AA-1 Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation 11/01/2019 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 4 11011" Joan Davenport, AICP, Director Planning Division CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager a 129 North Second Street, 2"`► Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning YAKIMA PLANNING COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL FOR AMENDMENT TO YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE November 1, 2019 WHEREAS, Pursuant to RCW 36.70A.130(1) the City is required to take legislative action to review and revise its development regulations in accordance with the Growth Management Act; and WHEREAS, These updates to Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Titles 14, 15 and Section 6.88 are considered to be a non-project application without a specific use or site plan to be considered; and WHEREAS, Under the provisions of YMC Ch. 1.42 the Yakima Planning Commission is responsible for the review of amendments to the City's Yakima Zoning Ordinance and for recommending the approval, modification, or denial of each amendment; and WHEREAS, The Yakima Planning Commission held study sessions to review the proposed amendments on January 23, 2019; February 27, 2019; March 27, 2019; April 10, 2019; April 24, 2019; May 8, 2019; May 22, 2019; June 12, 2019; June 26, 2019; July 24, 2019; August 14, 2019; and August 28, 2019; and WHEREAS, All required public notice for these amendments were provided, in accordance with the provisions of YMC Ch. 16.10, on September 16, 2019; and WHEREAS, SEPA Environmental Review for these updates was considered with the Preliminary Determination of Nonsignificance issued on September 16, 2019 being retained on October 8, 2019; and WHEREAS, The Yakima Planning Commission held an open record public hearing on October 23, 2019 to hear testimony from the public, consider the amendments, and provide a recommendation to the Yakima City Council; Now therefore, the Yakima City Planning Commission presents the following findings and recommendation to the Yakima City Council: Based upon a review of the information contained in the application, staff report, exhibits, testimony, and other evidence presented at an open record public hearing held on October 23, 2019, the Planning Commission makes the following: DOC. INDEX # A -l 5 PURPOSE AND DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS: The complete track changes text can be found in Exhibit "A" and is incorporated herein by reference. A summary of the amendments is as follows: 1. YMC § 15.02.020 — Definitions a. Modification to Accessory Dwelling Unit for consistency with YMC § 15.09.045. b. New definition for Congregate Living Facility and removal of Boardinghouse. c. Modification to Dwelling multiple-Family. d. Modification of Bed and Breakfast 2. YMC § 15.03.020(B) — R-1 District Intent Statement a. Modification to allow a density of up to seven dwelling units per acre, regardless of dwelling type. 3. YMC § 15.04.030, Table 4-1 — Permitted Land Uses a. Several changes to zones where different housing types can locate and modification to levels of review. 4. YMC § 15.04.060 —Accessory Uses a. Correction to the allowed number of pets than can be kept at a residence. 5. YMC § 15.04.080— Drive-through facilities a. No substantive change, clarification to language for clarity. 6. YMC § 15.04.120— Home Occupations a. Modifying "Bed and Breakfast" to "Short Term Rental" consistent with the definition change in YMC § 15.02.020; and reducing the level of review from Class 2 to Class 1. b. Adding clarifying language to what constitutes a "primary residence." c. Removal of"Firearm sales and/or gunsmith" as a prohibited use. 7. YMC § 15.06.040—Off-street parking standards a. Land use name changes consistent with the remaining changes contemplated in this text amendment cycle. b. New parking standard for Congregate Living Facility. c. Cleanup of redundant land uses in the parking table. The "default" parking standard for uses not listed in the table is 1 space for every 300 square feet. Uses in the table with a 1:300 standard were therefore removed. 8. YMC Ch. 15.09— Special Development Standards a. Add new purpose section to 15.09.010 that is applicable to the whole chapter and move previous purpose section to 15.09.020 which is specific to the district overlays. b. Modifications to 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units i. Use is permitted on all parcels containing single family dwellings ii. Maximum floor area of 1,000 square feet iii. Clarification of sewer and water requirements and subdivision restrictions c. Modification to 15.09.050, requiring compliance with emissions standards for new and existing uses. d. Modifications to 15.09.080 i. Changing "Bed and Breakfast" to "Short Term Rental" ii. Requiring compliance with YMC 15.04 for Short Term Rental Home Occupations Yakima �u d cq 'III ' . 2015 6 iii. Adding additional requirements related to the exterior and interior condition of the residence, traffic, and business licensing. e. Modification to 15.09.210 — Special requirements for retaining walls. Relying on materials certified by a professional engineer. 9. YMC § 15.11.020—Application requirements a. Citation clarification to the public notice table. 10. YMC § 15.17.020— Modification to permitted development and uses regulated and YMC § 15.19.050—Continuation of nonconforming uses. a. Minor change to both the Modification and Nonconforming Chapters to allow existing nonconforming single-family homes to expand above the 50% maximum if applicable setback and lot coverage standards are met. 11. YMC § 6.88.070 a. SEPA exemptions are proposed to be increased to the maximum levels allowed for jurisdictions planning under the Growth Management Act (GMA). b. Additional exemptions for infill development are proposed consistent with the Yakima Comprehensive Plan and RCW 43.21 C.229. 12. YMC § 14.25.040 — Lot design a. Minor change allowing private streets as part of a new Short Subdivision or Subdivision. FINDINGS OF FACT 1. This project underwent Environmental Review with the Determination of Nonsignificance being retained on October 8, 2019. 2. Public notice was provided in accordance with YMC Ch. 16.10, with a Notice of Public Hearing and Legal Ad Publication in the Yakima Herald newspaper on September 16, 2019. 3. The proposed amendments are consistent with the following Goals and Policies of the 2040 Comprehensive Plan: Goal 2.1: Establish a development pattern consistent with the community's vision. Policy 2.1.6: Adopt coordinated development regulations that facilitate Yakima's preferred land use pattern (e.g. allowed density, uses, and site provisions) • Refine the land use code on an ongoing basis to make it user-friendly by employing simple language, easy to read charts, and illustrative graphics. • Monitor and refine the land use code as needed to facilitate the preferred land use pattern and development character. • Integrate an appropriate balance of predictability and flexibility when updating development regulations that allow ease of administration and interpretation and offer optional ways of meeting requirements when possible. Goal 2.3L Provide for a wide variety of housing types within the city to meet the full range of housing needs for Yakima's evolving population. Policy 2.3.1(A) Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). Allow for attached and detached ADU's in all residential districts provided size, design, and other provisions are included to promote compatibility with surrounding uses. Additional considerations may include: • Reduce the minimum lot size for lots qualifying for an ADU. Yakima rear.. I 2015 1994 7 • Allow free-standing ADU's provided lots retain useable open space and units minimize privacy impacts to adjacent properties. • Provide an owner occupancy requirement (owner must live in primary home or ADU). Policy 2.3.3(H): Allow home occupations that would not generate excessive traffic, create parking problems, or degrade the livability or appearance of the neighborhood. Policy 2.3.5: Consider new design standards for new multifamily development to promote neighborhood compatibility, enhance the livability of new housing, and enhance the character of residential and mixed-use areas. Goal 2.4: Downtown. Enhance the character and economic vitality of Yakima's Central Business District. Policy 2.4.2: Maintain and strengthen downtown as the center for civic, retail, cultural, dining and entertainment activity in Yakima. Policy 2.4.2(B): Promote new mixed-use development on vacant or underutilized parcels. Upper floor apartments, condominiums, and office uses are encouraged. Goal 2.5: Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function, and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed-use centers. Policy 2.5.1: Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed- use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi-family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial uses. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. Goal 5.1: Encourage diverse and affordable housing choices. Policy 5.1.3: Encourage mixed use infill development, particularly in Downtown and commercial nodes. Policy 5.1.10: Remove barriers to development of affordable and market rate housing • Maintain a zoning system that allows a wide range of housing types and densities • Use creative SEPA tools such as threshold exemptions, infill and mixed use exemptions, or planned actions to encourage housing and streamline permitting. • Ensure that City fees and permitting time are set at reasonable levels so they do not adversely affect the cost of housing. Policy 5.1.6: Allow accessory dwelling units in single family zones to increase the supply of affordable housing units to help existing homeowners remain in their homes. 4. At its October 23, 2019 public hearing, the Yakima Planning Commission heard the staff presentation regarding the proposed amendment and considered oral testimony from Chelsea Snodgrass (on behalf of Central Washington Home Builders Association, and written testimony from Ron Pelson. 5. During the Planning Commission's deliberation, the following minor edits were made to the proposed text amendments: a. 15.02.020— Definition of Short Term Rental: removal of"lodging" from the last sentence. b. 15.09.045(B)(2) —Accessory Dwelling Units requirements: removal of"paved" from the first sentence. c. 15.09.045(B) —Accessory Dwelling Units requirements: adding a new item (14) that provides language related to an ADU that may be used as a Short Term Rental. Yakima maread 2015 # �` 1994 8 d. 15.09.045(D) —Accessory Dwelling Units elimination: replacing "storage only" with "an approved accessory use" in subsection 2. e. 15.09.080— Special requirements for short term rentals: retain the word "infringe" in subsection A. f. 15.09.100— Private street review requirements: replacing "appropriate jurisdiction" and "respective governing body" with "City of Yakima" in subsections A and D, respectively. YAKIMA PLANNING COM ISSION'S CONCLUSIONS 1. No adverse impacts have been identified; 2. The proposed updates underwent Environmental Review; 3. The proposed amendments are consistent with the Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance and 2040 Comprehensive Plan. MOTION Based on the testimony and evidence presented during this afternoon's public hearing, it was moved and seconded that Planning staff modify the draft language to include the changes noted in the minutes of this afternoon's public hearing, and with these changes that the City of Yakima Planning Commission draft findings of fact and forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council. The motion carried 5-0. RECOMMENDATION TO CITY COUNCIL The Planning Commission of the City of Yakima, having received and considered all evidence and testimony presented at the public hearing, and having received and reviewed the record herein, hereby recommends that the City Council of the City of Yakima APPROVE the proposed text amendments to the Yakima Municipal Code, as modified during the October 23, 2019 public hearing. RECOMMENDED this 1st day of November, 2019. / _3 P rioia Byers, C air Y kima'Plannin' Commission Yakima t"°; 2015 A A 1994 'i n EXHIBIT A 2019 Proposed Text Ammmmdmnemts—TnmckChanges Version 1. "fMCT|tle 16 2' YMC Ch. 6.08 3' YMC Title 14 _ 1. YyNCTitle 15 Y88C 1�.02.0�D— �nt| nm i � � � C)� � ��� ��� � "Accessory dvvm||in8 unit(AC>U)^ nnemna a structure meeting the purpose and requirements ofYyWC 15.09.045xvhich is attached to a single-family home, or detached | / ganage, o/ a stand-alone structure, with living facilities for one individual or family separate from the primary single-family. Mmefe ,[gngreQate Livinq Facility" noaane an establishment provid|nq both |odqinq and rnea|o, or the ability for [eSkJeDto of the facility,k]'cook their own nnea\a, for persons reSidinq in the facility on a permanent or semi-permanent basis. This definition includes facilities commonly known as boardinOh0use or dormitories, except that dormitories provided in uVniun[tioO with a proposed or existing educational facility shall be_an�cCesaory u§P­bJ that facility, | "Developmentweging, multiple family" means structure orstructures, or portion thenaof, designed for occupancy by three or more families ||VinQ independently of each other and containing three o, more attached or detached dwelling units on a |o1. Any combination o <hree-p|un, duplex and detached single-family dwellings that common cmmnmu building and have a common driveway access on m single lot of reoond, oneel&G-oonaidemod multiple family development. " Short Term Rental" means a residential structure providing individuals with lodging uRd-meaWi-for not more than thirty days. For home ocoupaUono, such uses are limited to having not more than five lodging w4its guest rooms. YMC 15.03'g��(B)— ;�-� District Intent Statement: ................ ______ ______ B. Single-Family Rma|denUo| Oistriot(R-1). The single-family residential district is intended to: 1. Establish new residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses except those which are compatible vvith, and oame the residents of, this distriot, which may include duplexes and zero lot lines if established during the INDEX �x�_� 10 subdivision pnooees—gU corner lots in a new subdivision can be designated for duplex construction; 2. Preserve existing residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses to ensure the preservation of the existing residential oharecter, and serve the residents mf this district; and 3. L000b* moderate-density residential deve|opnment, uptoseven dwelling units per net residential aora, in mnamo aen/ad by public water and sewer system. Detached single-family dwellings are the primary use in this district. The district is characterized by up to sixty percent lot coverage; access to individual lots by |ouo| access etnoedo; required front, rear and side yard setbacks; and one- and two-story structures. The density in the district io generally seven dxve|||nQ units per net residential acre orless. This zone is intended to afford single-family neighborhoods the highest level of protection from encroachment by potentially incompatible nonresidential land uses or impacts. Nonresidential uses within these zones are not allowed; except for public or quasi-public uses, which will be required to undergo extensive public review and will have all necessary performance or design standards assigned to them as necessary to mitigate potential impacts to adjacent residences. 1 Duplex and KHultifarni|V94eva|opment exGeediRg up to seven dwelling unite per net residential ncna may be o||oxvad in accordance with Table 4-1. 15.04-.30/ Table_4_1__Permitted Land Uses: - | SR m-I R-2 Ra o'/ B-2 oa mcC LmC AS CC conlmo M-1 M-2 AGRICULTURAL<CnMMmmCm.g Agriculture,Horticulture,General Farming / (not feedlots mstocu���(~) Agricultural Building � Agricultural Chemical mmus/mmFas | | } ` - - Agricultural Market Agricultural Stand Agricultural Related Industries z / | � Animal Husbandry(See rMon,nxVm) / z M Concentrated Feeding Operation s Floriculture,Aqumxuum / �Fruit Bin Sales/Storage s z / | Marijuana Production / I Winery and Brewery -Basic(~) ' � a � a / z � Resort/Destination v/on-uitc agricultural z » s a � s » 3 production�� "N~~E~~ 11 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-I B-2 IIB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD ; M-1 M-2 Resort/Dcstination(*) 2 3 3 1 I 1 3 Retail(*) 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 • AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION Aquatic Ccntcr 3 3 3 1 2 Amusement Park(Permanent)(*) 3 3 3 1 3 , r Bowling Alleys 2 2 2 1 I 2 3 Campground(*) 3 2 Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 2 2 (More than 500 It from abutting residential and not containing a go-earl track) Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 3 2 (Less than 500 ft.from abutting residential and/or containing a go-curt track) Drive-In Theatres 3 2 2 2 Exercise Facilities 2 1 I 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 horse Racing Tracks,Speedways 3 3 Game Rooms,Card Rooms,Electronic 3 2 I 2 2 2 Game Rooms(*) Golf Courses,Clubhouses,Golf Driving 3 3 3 3 2 Ranges Miniature Golf Courses 3 3 l I 1 I Movie Theatres,Auditoriums,Exhibition 3 I I 1 I Halls Parks(*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 Roller Skating or Ice Skating Rink 2 2 I 1 2 Sports Facility(indoor) 2 2 I 2 1 2 Social Card Rooms(See YMC 15,09.090) 3 3 3 3 (*) State Fair Park (Sec YMC 15,04,200) COMMUNITY SERVICES Cemetery/Crematorium with Funeral Homc 3 3 3 3 3 3 Funeral home not associated with 3 2 2 2 I I I 2 2 Cemetery/Crematorium Churches,Synagogues,and Temples(*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 Community Center(*)Meeting Halls, 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 Fraternal Organizations Community Gardens(*)(ifacecssory to an 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 11 I III approved principal use)(See YMC 15,04,060(G)) Community Gardens(*)(with planting area I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 of one-quarter acre or less) DOC INDEX 12 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 of more than one-quarter and up to one-half acre) Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 of more than one-half acre up to one acre) Day Care Facilities(not home occupation): 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 I Family In-I tome(*) Day Care Center(*) 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 '. 1 1 1 1 2 1 Public Facility(*) 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 I l l 1 1 Hospital(*)Outside Institutional Overlay 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Correctional Facilities 3 3 3 3 3 3 Libraries 3 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 I Museums,Art Galleries 3 3 2 1 2 1 I I I I 1 1 Schools Elementary and Middle 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 Senior High School 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Business Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 l 1 2 2 Community College/University—Inside (See YMC Chapter 15.31) Institutional Overlay Community College/University—Outside 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 Institutional Overlay Vocational Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 1 I 1 2 3 Wastewater Sprayfield(*) 3 3 3 Zoo(*) 3 3 3 3 3 HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITY Group Homes(six or fewer),Adult Family 1 1 I 1 I I I l Home(*) Treatment Centers for Drug and Alcohol 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Rehabilitation Con grciute l._iv n 1Ic))i3+:._t?....:tt! 3 32,s '{ _.�,n t .gx p 31 32 32 1 2 I I i1€3oar#iti l outie(' Congregate l_ivinu F3ieiliq'91= 3 2 I 3 2 Halfway House(*) 2 3 3 Group Homes(more than six),Convalescent 3 2 2 2 3 3 and Nursing I tomes(*) Mission(*')(with Type(3)review,and 2 2 2 development agreement—see definition) MANUFACTURING Agricultural Product Support 2 2 2 1 1 Aircraft Parts I 2 I 1 Apparel and Accessories 3 2 2 1 l DOC INDEX #_ t 4- 13 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Bakery Products(wholesale) 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 Beverage Industry(*) 2 2 2 1 1 Canning,Preserving and Packaging Fruits, 2 1 1 Vegetables,and Other Foods Cement and Concrete Plants 3 1 Chemicals(Industrial,Agricultural,Wood, 3 1 etc.) Concrete,Gypsum and Plaster Products 2 1 1 Confectionery and Related Products 2 2 2 1 1 2 I I (wholesale) • Cutlery,Hand Tools and General Hardware 1 3 1 1 Drugs 1 2 2 I 1 Electrical Transmission and Distribution 1 2 3 1 1 Equipment Electronic Components and Accessories and 1 2 2 3 1 1 Product Assembly Engineering,Medical,Optical,Dental, I 2 2 1 1 Scientific Instruments and Product Assembly Fabricated Structural Metal Products 2 3 3 1 l Food Processing 2 3 I 1 Furniture 2 3 2 1 1 .• Glass,Pottery,and Related Products and 2 2 2 1 1 Assembly Grain Mill Products 3 1 1 - , heating Apparatus Wood Stoves 1 1 Leather Products 3 H1 1 Leather"fanning and Finishing I 1 Machinery and Equipment I 2 1 1 , - Marijuana Processing(**) I 1 „„. Marijuana Research(**) 1 1 Meat,Poultry and Dairy Products 1 1 Paints,Varnishes,Lacquers,Enamels and 3 1 Allied Products Paperboard Containers and Boxes 1 3 1 1 Plastic Products and Assembly 1 2 1 1 . - • • Prefabricated Structural Wood Products and 1 1 1 Containers Printing,Publishing and Binding 1 3 2 1 1 Printing Trade(service industries) 2 2 2 1 I 2 1 DOC. INDEX At\-k 14 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 LIB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 'M-2 Recycling Processing Center(*) 3 1 Rendering Plants,Slaughter Houses 3 Rubber Products I 2 I Sign Manufacturing and Product Assembly 2 1 I 1 1 (*) • Sawmills and Planing Mills 2 1 Sheet Metal and Welding Shops 2 1 1 Stone Products(includes finishing of 2 1 2 2 3 I 1 monuments for retail sale) Transportation Equipment,Including 2 1 1 Trailers and Campers Woodworking:Cabinets,Shelves,etc. 3 1 2 I 2 I I MINING/REFINING/OFF-SITE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT Asphalt Paving and Roofing Materials,Rock 3 3 1 Crushing Mining Including Sand and Gravel Pits(*) 3 3 3 Stockpiling of Earthen Materials(*) 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I Off-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and 3 3 Storage Facilities(*) RESIDENTIAL Accessory Uses(*) See YMC 15.04.060 Detached Single-Family Dwelling(*) I I I I 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 Accessory Dwelling Unit(*)(See YMC 2 2 1 1 1 -I, -I -I 15.09_045) I.Existing or New Detached Single-Family I I l Dwelling on Existing Lots of 8,000 Square feet or Less Detached Single-Family Dwelling(zero lot 2 2 2 2 3 3 I 3 3 3 3 line)(*)(See YMC 15.09.040) Attached Single-Family Dwelling,Common 2 2 1. I 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 Wall(5) Two-Family Dwelling(Duplex)(*) 3 32 1 I 2 2 I 2 2 21 2 o-Famth I I cooler lob oi a new.5ti Converted Dwelling(*) 3 32 21, 21 2-1 21 21 2 2 21_ I Multifamily Develtipmentwatkog(*),0-7 2 It, 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 DU/NRA 8-12 DU/NRA 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 13 t DU/NRA 42 I 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Mixed-Use Building 1 I I I I I I Planned Development(s) See YMC 15.28 DOC. 15 SR R-1 'R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBI) RI/ M-I M-2 Mobile Home Parks(*) 2 2 2 Mobile home(*)or Manufactured Homes See YMC 15.04.160 (*) Retirement!tomes(*) 2 3 1 3 I 1 Temporary Hardship Units(See YMC 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 15.04.140) RETAIL TRADE,AND SERVICE Adult Business Uses See YMC 15.09 200 Animal Clinic/Hospital/Veterinarian(*) 3 2121 . 2 I 2 1 I 1 Auction House for Goods(*) 3 2 2 2 l 1 2 1 Auction house for Livestock(*) 3 2 2 Automotive Automotive Dealer New and Used Sales 2 2 2 1 3 1 1 Weekend Automobile and Recreational 1 1 1 Vehicle(RV)Sales Automotive:Car Wash/Detailing " ' 2 1 I 1 1 1 2 Parking Lots and Garages 2 I 1111111 Maintenance and Repair Shops 2 I 1 2 1 2 1 2 Paint and Body Repair Shops 2 2 1 1 1 2 Parts and Accessories(tires,batteries,etc.) 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 Towing Services 1 3 I 1 Wrecking and Dismantling Yard(*)and 3 1 Hulk Haulers(*) Bail Bonds I 1 1 Beauty and Barber Shops 2 I 2 1 1 1 1 I 1 2 Red-aod-greak4t-14mSkort lean R ma!(5) 2 2 2 2 2 2 " 2 2 1 Boats and Marine Accessories 2 2 1 1 1 I Butcher Shop 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 Commercial Services(*) 21211 1 1 1 2 Communication'lowers(*) (Sec YMC Chapter 15,29) Convenience Store—Closed 10:00 p m.to 1 2 1 1 1 1 I 1 2 6:00 am, Convenience Store—Open 10'00 p.m.to 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 6:00 am. Pct Day Care/Animal Training(*) 2 1 I l 2 1 1 2 Farm and Implements,Tools and Heavy 1 2 3 1 1 Construction Equipment Farm Supplies 2 2 1 1 2 I 0 C. INDEX 16 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC 1,CC AS CC CF1D RD M-1 N1-2 Financial Institutions I I 1 1 1 I 1 1 Fuel Oil and Coal Distributors 1 2 1 1 Furniture,Home Furnishings,Appliances I 1 I 1 1 1 1 General Hardware,Garden Equipment,and 2 1 1 1 I I1 1 ' 1 Supplies General Retail Sales 12,000 sq,it or less 2 I 1 1 1 1 I I 3 (not otherwise regulated)(*) General Retail Sales greater than 12,000 sq. 2 1111113 ft.(not otherwise regulated)(*) Heating and Plumbing and Electrical 2 2 1 1 1 I 1 Equipment Stores Heavy Equipment Storage,Maintenance and 1 1 1 Repair Kennels(t) 2 2 2 , — Laundries,Laundromats and Dry Cleaning 2211112 1 Plants Liquor Stores 2 2 I 1 1 1 Locksmiths and Gunsmiths 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 Lumber Yards 2 1 1 I 1 Marijuana Retail(**) 1 I 1 1 1 1 Massage Therapy/Spa(*) 111111111 Mobile Vendor See YMC Ch 5 57 Motels and Hotels I - 2 I 1 1 1 1 Extended Stay Hotel/Motel* 2 I 2 2 3 3 Night Clubs/Dance Establishments 2 1 1 1 I 1 Nursery(5) 2 I I 1 1 I I 1 Offices and Clinics 3 1 1 1111112 Office Conlractor Building and Trade 3 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 (Plumbing,Heating,Electrical,and Painting) Outdoor Advertising(Billboards) See YMC 15.08.13D Pawn Broker 2 1 1 1 2 1 Radical/Studio 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 Recycling Drop-Off Center(*) 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 RenlaL Auto,Truck,Trailer,Fleet Leasing 3 2 I 2 1 2 2 I 2 Services with Storage • _ Rental:Heavy Equipment(except 1 I automotive)with Storage Rental Heavy Equipment(except 1 2 3 2 automotive)without Storage DOC• INDEX iNck, I 17 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Repairs'Small Appliances,TVs,Business I 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 I Machines,Watches,etc. Repairs:Reupholstery and Furniture I 1 l 1 1 l 1 I Repairs:Small Engine and Garden 2 2 2 I I I 2 • Equipment Restaurant(*) 2 l 1 l I I 1 I l s. - Seamstress,Tailor I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I Service Station(*)Closed Between 10.00 2 1 1 1 1 I 1 l p.m.and 6:00 a.m,(*) Service Station(*)Open Between 10.00 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 p.m.and 6:00 a.m.(*) Shooting Ranges(indoor) 3 3 3 3 1 • Signs,Printed,Painted or Carved 2 2 1 1 2 II Taverns(*)and Bars I 2 1 1 I I 1 I 1 Technical Equipment Sales(*) 2 I 2 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Truck Service Stations and Shops 3 2 1 1 Truck(Large),Manufactured Home and 1 3 1 Travel Trailer Sales • Waste Material Processing and Junk 3 1 Handling(*) TRANSPORTATION Bus Terminals l 1 I 1 I l Bus Storage and Maintenance Facilities l l • Transportation Brokerage(*)Offices,with 2 2 I 1 Truck Parking . .................... • Contract Truck Hauling,Rental of Trucks 1 I I with Drivers Air,Rail,Truck Terminals(for short-term I 2 1 1 storage,office,etc) Railroad Switch Yards,Maintenance and I Repair Facilities,etc. Taxicab Terminals,Maintenance and 3 3 l Dispatching Centers,etc. Airport Landing Field Airport Operations(*) 1 UTILITIES Power Generating Facilities 3 2 1 • Utility Services(substations,etc) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 l l WHOLESALE TRADE—STORAGE Warehouses(*) 3 1 2 2 I 1 Wholesale Trade(*) 2 1 1 2 1 I 1 18 � � � �um m'/� �R-z *R-s B-1 B-z om wccn��a �� �ao������r� � .' Storage racno�, um(� |� � � - � I � o - ~ ~Storage munioe*commercial---�� -� ^� �a� / 1 `` � �ammmuuwi"/m"*ge s / z 3 . / ] � ~ Refers ma definition mvMc Chapter/suz ,~ See vwcuvyz20 for general development requirements for marijuana uses, ^ ~Not Perm.mco / -Class(1)Permitted Use z -Class(2)Requires an Administrative Review ov the Administrative Official � , ,s ~cmms(3)Requires a euum` / [fearing Examiner . . 15.04.Q60 � _ � - A. Generally. An 000aaoory use is a use cuetonnehk/ incidental and subordinate to the � principal use of structure or site. Accessory uses are permitted upon compliance with the : terms and provisions of this title. They must be clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal ume/o\ and consistent with the purpose and intent of the zoning district. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory use shall be the : same as that of the principal uom(o), un|ame otherwise specified. B. C)n-oiba hazardous waste treatment and storage is permitted as an accessory use in the 8F{. B-1, B-2, HB, LCC, CBO, GC. K8-1 and K8-2 diotricta, subject to the state siting criteria in the Washington Administrative Code adopted pursuant to the requirements of . Chapter 70.105 RCVV. C. Garages. Private garages are permitted as an accessory use; pnovidad, that in residential districts they are primarily used to store motor vehicles bv the occupants mf the residence. D. Pets. The keeping of pets is permitted as on mcoeeomq/ use; prox|ded, that in residential districts they are subject to the following restrictions (see definitions of''kennm|" and "animal husbandry"): 1. They are domesticated an|nna|o kept for pleasure as o hobby n utility, | including, but not limited to, fish; birds; dogs, fewer than four; cats, fewer than six; hen chickens (no nooetene), fewer than five; and nabbite, fewer than five; - 2. Their presence does not create undue noise or odors such as would create nuisance or diminish the residential nature of the neighborhood; 3. Such mninmo|e are properly 0*d, xvotensd and kept in a humane manner; 4. Any chicken 000ps, chicken trautors, or rabbit hutches shall be met back ten or more feet from any residence or property ||na, and five feet from other structures including � decks; � 5. Han houmaa, coops, hutches, and chicken tractors aho|| be restricted to the backyard � area of residential lot; . . 8. For chickens and nabb|ta, adequate fencing shall be installed to contain the an|nna|a � within the backyard; ^ . 7. The other provisions mf the TyNC for animals are followed. E. Agricultural Buildings. VVhmny pmrmnitted, an agricultural building ehm|| not be used for human hmbitm1|on, proceooing, treating or packaging of agricultural products, nor shall it be e place used by the public. ' ~ ~~ ^ � 19 � F. Cargo Containers. � 1. Not Permitted. Cargo containers shall not be used for storage or other use within the � residential, B-1. or B-2 zoning districts for more than two consecutive weeks at a time. � 2. Permitted. Cargo containers and/or semi-truck trailers are o||ovved as an accessory use to a permitted business in the SCC. LCC. AS, GC. RO, yN-1 and &1-2zonin0 districts. ^ a. Proxidad, all refrigerated cargo containers or semi-truck trailers that are not . located within edeaignated loading dock orloading bay shall be located no less than fifty feet from any existing naaidant|o| zoning district. G. Community Gardens. Community gardens (accessory toan approved principal use) are considered on accessory use to a principal use in all zoning districts; providad, the garden is ' clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal use with regard to size and use. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory community garden shall follow the Type (1) review requirements mfYyWC15.13. and shall otherwise comply with all other provisions mf the Yakima k8un|c|9a| Code. and International Fire and Building Codes. 80 _~ 1~�.~�^�__~ 'q,� �^.~~�~~~__^�~~~~��~_�_.~~ A. Review Required. Any commercial use having a drive-through service window or booth , shall require one higher level of review than shown |n Table 4-1. except: ' 1. Those noted as e C|one (3) use requiring a Type (3) navimvv shall remain a Type /3\ review; e+A 2. Financial institutions,andef � 3.__oPnopertios that do not abut residential zones. B. Purpose. Such review io required in recognition mfthe potential impacts ofdrive-through uses on adjoining myeidanUo| uses and the transportation system. C. Elements ofReview. Review is intended to modify ormitigate negative innponto upon adjoining residential uses and the transportation system. The nex|ovx of drive-through facility shall include consideration of impacts from the following: noise from the drive-through speaker and/or car radio, glare from msh|o|e headlights and exterior lighting fixtunee, fumes to nem|denUo| uses, and impacts to transportation traffic f|wxv and carrying capacity of the arterial etnamt eyo0enn. The proposed site will require an on-site interior parking circulation plan as defined by YN1C 15.08.030and 15.00.000. D. Definition. For purposes of this section, ''drive-through"fmo||it|eo nnemne a vx|ndoxv or station for providing service to customers who remain in their vehicle to conduct business transaction, excluding gas stations and car washes. 15.C4^120H�mn ^ _-_��----_-�n���/�����������~.�����^���^ �~-._~.a.~.~.�._~.~~�.�~��.-.~'�x�.-��_���.~._~-���'�.._ � A. Purpose. The conduct mfa business within a dwelling may be permitted in the naaidmnba| r districts under the provisions of this section. |tim the intent of this section to: � 1. Ensure the compatibility of home occupations with other uses permitted in the residential districts; and 2. Maintain and preserve the character mfresidential neighborhoods; and 3. Promote the efficient use of public services and facilities by assuring these services are provided to the nas|UenUa| population for which they were planned and constructed, rather than commercial uses. oo B. Table of Permitted Home Occupations. Table 4-2 titled "Table of Permitted Home Occupations" is incorporated as a part of this section. Each permitted home occupation listed in Table 4-2 is designated as C|moo (1). (2) or(3) use for a particular residential zoning district. All permitted home occupations are subject bzthe standards of this title, including the specific conditions of subsection C of this section and the applicable review procedures of YMC Chophano 1513. 15.14 and 15.15. Specific uses not permitted as home occupations are ||atad in subsection Gof this section. Table 4-2. Table mfPgrmn|tted Home Occupations - Zoning District � SR R4 R-2 R'3 B4 Accountant 1 1 1 1 � Architect 1 1 1 1 Artist, author, arts and crafts 1 1 1 1 Attorney 1 1 1 1 Barbershop, beauty parlor 2 2 2 2 Short Term Rental 1 . .21 1 1 Business administration 1 1 1 1 � Cebinet, mill work, carpentry work 2 2 - ' Catering service 2 2 2 2 2 Ceramics and sculpting 2 2 2 2 Composer 1 1 1 1 Day care, family home* 1 1 1 1 1 _ Dentist 1 2 2 2 � Dog grooming 2 3 3 3 3 Dreoumoker, seamstress, tailor 1 ` 1 1 1 ` Engineer 1 1 1 1 Food preparation* 1 2 1 1 1 � Home contractor* 1 1 1 -21 1- Home instruction* 1--5ubudento 1 1 1 1 1 5--8 students 2 2 2 2 2 Insurance agent 1 1 1 1 - Locksmith 1 2 2 1 1 Photographer(not including productions studio) 1 -21 2-i 21 Physician 1 2 2 2 Product assemblage* 1 2 2 2 1 K0aeaagetharapy/spa° 1 1 1 1 1 Music teacher 1 1 1 1 / Production nf small articles by hand without the use of automated cx 1 % 2 2 production line equipment Radio, television and small appliance repair 2 % 2 2 _ �������� mw���"~"~ �t ��»�_� � 21 � Table 4-2. Table ofPermitted Home Occupations « ^ Zoning � �� �4 R=�� ��� B4 ° � . � R � � . 1 .� .Secretarial phone answering, � top publishing service* 1 1 1 � 1 Small engine repair Taxicab operator* 1 2 Wedding service 2 / 2 ° 2 2 | 2 � � .� Unclassified home _ See YMC � � ° Refers ho definition knYMC Chaptar15.0 L � 1 =Typo (1) PermdbedHomeOnuupaUon : 2 =Type (2) Review and Approval by the Administrative Official Required � �3 =Type (3) Review, Public Hearing and Approval by the Hearing Examiner Required � j>� �= Not Pennbbed C. Necessary Conditions. Home occupations are permitted as an accessory use bothe � residential use ofo property only when all the following conditions are met: � 1. The home occupation is conducted inside a structure within property on which is � established1he ndodnioternq � this section, "primary residence" shall be defined as the residence where a person or � ] persons resides,for the majoritv of the calendarYea[ ; 2. The home occupation is incidental and subordinate to the residential functions of the property. No action related to the home occupation shall be permitted that innpminm reasonable residential use of the dwelling; 3. There are no external alterations to the building which change its character from m dwelling; 4. The portion of the structure or facilities in which a home occupation is to be sited must Ueno designed that it may be readily converted tm serve residential uses; 5. The business is conducted in a manner that will not alter the normal residential character ofthe premises by the use of color, materials, lighting and signs, or the emission ~ of noise, vibration, duot. Q|mny, heat, smoke orodors; 0. The home occupation does not generate materially greater traffic volumes than would normally be expected in the residential neighborhood; the frequency of deliveries should be comparable to that ofa single-family home without a home business; 7. There is no outside storage ordisplay of any kind related to the home occupation; � � 8. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment � that would change the fire rating ofthe structure; � 9. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical equipment that exceeds . FCC standards for residential use; � . � 10. The home occupation does not increase water or sewer use so that the combined total use for the dwelling and home occupation ia significantly more than the average for residences in the neighborhood; ^ 11. A business license io purchased where required; 12. The home occupation is conducted only by immediate family members residing in the dwelling; . IF� �� _ oo a � 13. All stock in trade kept for sale on the premises ie produced on site bx hand without � the use of automated or production line equipment. � In granting approval for a home occupation, the reviewing official may attach additional � conditions to ensure the home occupation will be in harmony with, and not detrimental to. the � character of the residential neighborhood. Any home occupation authorized under the � provisions of this title shall ba open to inspection and review st all reasonable times bvthe : building and enforcement official for purposes of verifying compliance with the conditions of approval and other provisions of this title. D. Materials and Storage. The storage of equipment, nnotaria|a, or goods shall be permitted in connection with a home occupation provided such storage complies with the following ^ standards: 1. All equipment, materials, or goods shall be stored completely within the space designated for home occupation activities and not visible from the public right-of-vvmy. 2. Only those materials or goods that are utilized or produced in connection with the home occupation may be stored within the dwelling unit or accessory building. 3. All flammable or combustible connpoundo, products, or nnatar|m|o shall be maintained and utilized |n compliance with fire code. 4. The frequency of home deliveries should be comparable to that ofa single-family , home without a home occupation associated with the residence. ^ 5. A home occupation permit application (including a site plan) shall be supplied to and approved by the city of Yakima planning division prior to operation of any home occupation. E. Nameplates. Only one nameplate shall be allowed. It may display the name of the occupant ^ and/or the name of the home occupation (e.g., John Jones, Accountant). The nameplate shall be attached to the dwelling, but shall not exceed two square feet in area or be illuminated. F. Application Fee and Review Period. Application for a home occupation shall be made in accordance with the provisions of YMC Chapter 15.11, except as noted, and shall be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. The administrative official may waive part or all ofthe requirements for m site plan for Class (1) home occupations. G. Unclassified Home Occupation—Review bvthe Hearing Examiner. Home occupations not listed in Table 4-2 shall be reviewed by the hearing examiner in accordance with the provisions . of YMC Chapter 15.22; provided, any unclassified home occupation permitted after review and decision by the hearing examiner |na particular district shall bm allowed only aso Class (2) or (3) uom. H. Home Occupations Not Permitted. The following uaao, by the nature of their operation or � investment, have a pronounced tendency, once started, to increase beyond the limits permitted � for home occupations and impair the use and value of a residentially zoned area for residential � purposes. Therefore, the uses listed below shall not be permitted as home occupations: , 1� Auto repair; - 2. Antique shop or gift shop; � 3. Kennel; 4. Veterinary clinic orhospital; . 5. Painting of vehicles, trailers or boats; 6. Large appliance repair including stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers; 7. Upholstering; � 8. Machine and sheet metal shops; : oo � � S. Martial arts school; � 10. Taxidermist; ` 11. radio and mobile telephone system sales and service; � _ 12. Vehicle signpainUn0 for the application ofdecab); � U­sm | �i Denial of Application for a Home Occupation. An application for a home occupation shall be : denied if the administrative official finds that either the application or record fail to establish � compliance with the provisionsof this chapter. When any application ia denied, the administrative officer shall state the specific reasons and cite the specific provisions and sections mf this title on which the denial |obased. J. Parking. The administrative official shall determine parking requirements for home occupations, oa provided bvYyNC B\. This determination may bm guided by, but not restricted by, the standards ofYMC Chapter 15.O0. 15.06.040 ----------- A. Table of Required Off-Street Parking. The parking standards in Table 6'1. Table uf Off- Street PorkinQStandands. mnaeotab|iohodoothmparkingstondordmfortheusee |ndioated. ' These parking requirements are based on gross floor area. "Gross floor area" means the total square footage of all floors in a structure as measured from the interior surface of each exterior wall of the structure and including halls, lobbies, enclosed porches and fully enclosed recreation areas and balconies, but excluding stairways, elevator shafts, attic space, mechanical rooms, reetroonnm. uncovered steps and fire escapes, private garages, carports and off-street parking and loading spaces. Storage areas are included in gross floor area. Hoxvmvar, the required off- street parking for storage areas shall be calculated at the rate of one space per five hundred square feet rather than the specific parking standard established in Table 6-1; except when the parking standard for the principal use would require fewer parking spaces (i.e., one space per six hundred square feet). All required off-street parking shall be subject to the procedures of this title and the standards of this section. B. Uses Not Specified. 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"fitx n x.:riig.i�x,� w :t-. . .,"..v ' ....... r '..ux.xxx. .is._. .x.:, x::xx.: . ... ...:: ..+. ._is sv.. :..ts"r.=..; .:... ,. :„" . �vxiR �iiiiii.Nxi.'"m r .:y.. } _,,,,„1., t }... hvii::Nir:, a". t ' mow..___._ _.--•--- - Parking Exempt Boundary Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS AGRICULTURE(COMMERCIAL) Agriculturally related industries 1 space for each employee based on the maximum working at any given shift; 1 space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area for packing and processing areas; or DOCK E Z4 EX 25 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS 2 spaces for the first 1,000 sq.ft. of gross floor area, plus 1 space for each additional 5,000 sq.ft.for CA storage,warehouse, and refrigeration areas, whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION Game rooms, card rooms, electronic 1 space for each playing table,for every 3 seats or every 3 machines, game rooms whichever is greater Horse racing tracks,speedways, 1 space for each 3 fixed seats or 54"of bench seating grandstands Bowling alleys 5 spaces for each lane Gymnasiums,exercise facilities 1 space for each 200 sq ft of gross floor area Parks(public or private) 10 spaces per acre for passive recreation; 20 spaces per field for active recreation Roller and/or ice skating rink 1 space for each 150 sq.ft. of skating surface area Swimming pools 1 space for each 50 sq.ft.of water surface area Movie theatres 1 space for each 4 seats Golf courses 5 spaces per green and 1 space per 300 sq.ft.of gross floor area Golf driving ranges 1 space per tee or 1 space per 15 feet of driving line,whichever is greatest Auditoriums,exhibition halls, community 1 space for each 100 sq,ft.of gross floor area centers,fraternal organization COMMUNITY SERVICES Churches,synagogues,temples, and 1 space for each 3 fixed seats(or 54"of bench-type seating) funeral homes 1 space for each 40 sq,ft,of general reception/gathering area Community gardens*(accessory to an None approved principal use)(See YMC 15,04,06 (G)) :4 26 Table 6-1. Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Community gardens*(with planting area None of 0.25 acres or less) Community gardens*(with planting area 2 spaces of more than 025 acres and up to 0.5 acres), Community gardens*(with planting area 4 spaces of more than 0.5 acres up to 1 acre) Convalescent, nursing and group homes 1 space for each 2 beds Are and police stations 1 space for each 200 sq.ft.of gross floor area Halfway houses(detention centers) 1 space for each 2 beds Hospitals 1.5 spaces for each bed Schools: Primary,elementary 3 spaces for each classroom,or 1 space for each 3 seats(54"bench-type seating)in the assembly area,whichever is greater Junior,senior Same as primary/elementary and 1 space for each 4 students over 16 years old Junior or community colleges 1 space for each 400 sq.ft. of gross floor area Juvenile detention centers 1.5 spaces for each bed Libraries 1 space for each 100 sq.ft.of gross floor area Museums, art galleries 1 space for each 100 sq.ft of gross floor area Preschools, day care centers 1 space for each employee plus 1 space for each 6 children Vocational and business schools 1 space for each 400 sq.ft.of gross floor area MANUFACTURING(MASS PRODUCTION) All uses listed under manufacturing in 1 space for each employee per maximum shift Table 4-1 EE E 27 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS RESIDENTIAL Accessory dwelling units 1 space Single-family dwelling 2 spaces Two-family dwellings 4 spaces Multifamily dweDevelornent 10 units or less 2 spaces per dwelling More than 10 units 1.5 spaces per dwelling Retirement homes 1 space for each dwelling unit RETAIL TRADE AND SERVICES A , services for. ca Automobile and truck, manufactured 1 space for each 500 sq. ft. of showroom and 1 space for each 1,000 sq.ft.of homes,travel trailer sales retail sales floor area Automotive: Automobile maintenance and service 2 spaces per service area including work bays shops Car wash 6 spaces per wash bay Car wash, self-service 1 space for each 1,000 sq.ft,of gross floor area Paint and body repair 2 spaces per service area including work bays Specialized repair shops(battery, 2 spaces per service area including work bays radiator, etc.) Wrecking and dismantling yards 1 space for each 500 sq. ft. of gross floor area Beauty and barber shops 1 space for each 40074 sq. ft. of gross floor area Short Term Rental 14 spaces for each guest room IP' '17: oa Table G4.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS ' ' Building and contractors 1 space for each 80Osq.ft.uf gross floor area � _Conom,qan¢LfvinqFacility I space for eyem2 beds ouW _- 4 --_-__ ___.employee Drug stores 1 space for each 200sq.ft. ofgross floor area Employment agencies(private) 1space for each 200 sq.ft.of gross floor area Espresso/coffee stand with orwithout 1 space for each 50sq.ft. of gross floor area, including outside seating,and drive-through onenpaoyforeauhomp|oyee _ _ Farm supplies 1 upace*oreooh80Ooq'fLofgn000Ouorareo - - F|o,iota 1 space for each 5OOsq.ft.of gross floor area Financial institutions 1 space for each 2OOsq. ft. of gross floor area Furniture, home furnishings, appliances 1 space for each OOOsq.ft. of gross floor area - / - G,F.4.of Headng and plumbing equipment stores 1 space for each 4OOuq,ft. nf gross floor area Heavy equipment"'., 1wpauofor each 300mzft, Homeocoupatione See YMC115.0412U(J) and fw4kwe-Fepaif - Insurance agents, brokers and service 1 space for each 2OOuq,ft. of gross floor area � agencies LiquoF sW66 ��� ��� �`���^ V������� "^�u�m~°~ :� �� 29 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Lumber yards 1 space for each 800 sq.ft. of gross floor area of structure and covered storage area Nurseries 1 space for each 400 sq.ft. of G.F.A.of structure and permanent outside display and sales area Medical and dental laboratories, offices, 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area and clinics Motels and hotels 1.2 spaces for each guest room Multiple use centers(3 or more uses with shared parking) —having less than 25,000 sq.ft. of gross 1 space for each 300 sq.ft. of gross floor area floor area —having 25,001-400,000 sq. ft. of gross 4-1 spaces for each ,:et 00 sq ft of gross floor area floor area —having 400,001-600,000 sq.ft. of 6-1 spaces for each 2,2500 sq.ft. of gross floor area gross floor area —having 600,001+sq.ft. of gross floor 6-1 spaces for each 2,750600 sq ft. of gross floor area area Paint,glass, and wallpaper stores 1 space for each 400 sq.ft. of gross floor area Professional office building for use by 1 space for each 200 sq. ft of gross floor area accountants, attorneys, etc. Radt Real estate offices 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area Restaurant, cafe, and drive-in eating 1 space for each 50 sq,ft. of indoor public floor area, and 1 space for each facilities 200 sq. ft. of outdoor public eating area 30 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Retail trade_establishmentsin Table 4-1 but not listed in this table —less than 25,000 sq. ft,of gross floor 1 space for each 300 sq.ft,of gross floor area area —25,001-400,000 sq. ft. of gross floor 4-1 spaces for each ' 40400 sq.ft of gross floor area area 400,001-600,000 sq. ft.of gross floor 5-1 spaces for each 2, #0 500 sq.ft,of gross floor area area -600,001+sq ft. of gross floor area 6-1 spaces for each 2,750600'sq.ft. of gross floor area Service stations 2 spaces for working/service area, including bays 4 spare fog *r f era *- 4Taverns and bars, dine,drink, and dance 1 space for each 75 sq.ft. of gross floor area establishments Waste material processing and junk 1 space for each 500 sq.ft. of gross floor area handling TRANSPORTATION Bus terminals, storage and maintenance 1 space for each 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area facilities Air, rail and truck terminals 1 space for each 300 sq,ft,of gross floor area Taxicab terminals, maintenance and 1 space for each 300 sq.ft. of gross floor area dispatching centers UTILITIES Utility services 1 space for each 800 sq. ft, of gross floor area • r X 31 � � Table 6-1. Table of Off-Street Parking Standards � � LAND USE STANDARDS ' WHOLESALE TRADE ' Wholesale trade warehouses 1 space for each employee based on the maximum working a1 any given shift; or � 1 space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area for packing and � processing areas; 2 spaces for the first 1.DOUaq.MLof gross floor area, plus 1 space for each additional 5.00O sq.ft.for CA storage,warehouse, and refrigeration areas; whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official � . Residential mini-storage 1 mL How to Use Table O'1: 1. Calculate the gross floor area for the structure. (See YMC15.m6,04m0o determine gross floor anaaJ 2. Determine the amount of gross floor area used for storage rooms. J. Required off-street parking for storage is one space per5OO square feet. 4« Find the proposed use in Table 6-1. � �Example: ` -- The gross floor area of the structure is3.00OaqM`1.O0O sq. ft.nf the structure is used for storage,The parking � standard for storage rooms io one space per 5O0sq.ft. (YMC 15,06,04% 1.000-5DD=2 off-street parking spaces for � the storage area, � -- The proposed use is o shoe shop.According to Table 6-1. shoe shops require one off-street parking space for each 300aq. ft. of gross floor area,2,000-300=6.6 or seven spaces, since fractions of parking spaces are rounded up . (YKxC15"O0O5QKV). -- The��| ��ui�doM�s�ootpadkin�of�hieuae�� 2 spaces(for�oragearea)+7 spaces(for the ne��of the gmoo ^ � � � area)=9spaces. � * ' 1 � r ' purp . The within Citv of Yakima. - ^ . - 32 ............ kve lay Diet l Greenway-Plan 9�rer�estr lisbcd ccparately #- a Yakima Airenninal-at e +(see YMC A#eAll+sr-Meld e#f � lis Ct pte ) airport-with-defined-air-specs per FAR Part 77 tr >titt�tierveriay .( -YMC Chapter 15.31? needs Mkt 'larrned der plar�r ed-development Ckevelepmeet vcrlay�( cr YMC Chapter-1 ) development ✓=loedplafn-Overlay National- nce ty of—` it a4riticat-Area ardinanse YMC 5,27; YMC Title 17 r -2 5: Ord. 2010 16,5 13(part), 2010,.© . e�67 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays. A. Purpose. The overlays are established to coordinate the provisions established in the zoning ordinance with more detailed policies and standards adopted in other plans and ordinances. Specific overlays have been established as follows: Overlay District Districts or Programs Greenway Overlay Yakima River Regional Greenway Plan Overlays established separately Airport Safety Yakima Air Terminal at Overlay (see YMC McAllister Field; other Chapter 15.30) public airport with defined airspace per FAR Part 77 Institutional Large-scale institutional Overlay (see YMC facilities with special Chapter 15.31) locational needs Master Planned Master planned Development development (residential, Overlay (see YMC commercial, industrial or Chapter 15.28.) mixed-use development) Floodplain Overlay National Flood Insurance Program (flood hazard areas): City of Yakima OC. INDEX oo - Overlay District Districts or Proqrams Critical Area Ordinance ' Y ~1� [7: Shoreline Master PmqramYMC Title 17 B. Application. The provisionsH � ��Ulha �M�Rt�F�h� �� yvVhen all or portion of a development, ornmod|�coQnnthareto. is proposed within the boundaries Cf aD overlay. (Drd. 2016-020 G 1 SEW A) (part), 2018: Ord. 2010-16§ 13(part)^ 2010: Ord' 2000-09§ 1 (part), 2008: {]rd. 2008-40 § 1 (0art). 2O0B: Ord. 2947 § 1 (p@d). 1986). AC. Project F(eviavv in an Overlay Not Separately Established. In order to oeouny the appropriate standards are applied, all C|mom (1) uooa in an overlay which is not separately established unless otherwise specified shall be subject to Type (2) review (YMC Chapter 15.14). All Class (2) uses shall be subject to Type (2) review and Class (3) uses in an overlay district shall be subject to Type (3) review. The administrative official may condition or deny approval of any use, development, or modification thereto in an overlay based on the provisions set forth and adopted by this section. -9D. Special Development Standards inthe Greenvvay Overlay. All development inthe greenway overlay shall conform to the requirements and standards of the underlying zoning district and the policies and intent of the YoNnno River Regional {3raenvvay Plan. | GE. Special Development Standards in the Floodplain Overlay. All development in the floodplain overlay shall conform to the requirements and standards of the underlying zoning dietrict, and the City ofYmk|nna'm adopted Critical Area /YMC 15.27\ and Shoreline Master Program (}/K8C Title 17) ordinances. 15.09.046 Accessory dwelling units, A. Purpose. The purpose of the accessory dwelling unit(ADU) provisions are to: | 1. Provide beme property owners with on opportunity for extra |noomo, companionship, and security; ^' 2. Better utilize existing infrastructure and oonnnnunib/ nmemuroee (mevver, vvater, roads, etc.); 3. Provide a housing type that allows flexibility to respond to changing needs and lifestyles; 4. Add to the supply of affordable dwelling units; and 5. Protect neighborhood character and stability by ensuring thodAOUa are compatible with surrounding land uses. | B. Requirements. An accessory dwelling unit is a permitted use inthoSR, R 1, R 2. mmd R 3 ~le I am4y-d"WR97on all -_--_ -- -a in_— `_ _..l- f_n—^ -__ll—'_ `_-- Y-._ ~ '_.- ''-_-` Table 4-1for Level of Review) subject to all Of the following conditions: 1. The accessory dwelling unit may be attached to the primary residence or attached to or above a detached garage, orba its own stand-alone structure. ������ �mp��~ �������� "°°^�o~�= ���� �� v o 34 32. parking shall be provided as required in YMC Chapter 15.06for both the ADG-and the primary residence, separately, located on the lot they are intended to serve. 43. The AOU's floor area shall not exceed 1.000 square-fee than fifty pe ent of the fl—area of the PrimaFy dwelfiRg unit oF eight k..^Ae^f4 &^Ua 4,W# huRdFed squaFe feet in size- uld be limited to eight huf;d%-d squa—_feet4 A pFimapf ­ squa--feet in size would be limited W Aye hundred squaFe feet. ,54. The ADU's exterior walls shall be designed so as to be similar in style, color, and building materials to the| primary detached 65. unAOUa�aohedt� the irnmrystructure shall have the same building setbacks oa the primary structure. An ADU that is attached to, or built above, a detached garage or a stand-alone structure shall have the same building setbacks as an accessory structure. 7-8. A parcel/lot shall contain no more than one single-family residence and one ADU. 97. A[JUo shall not bmallowed on parcels containing o duplex mr multifamily dwelling, or aoonnrnercia| or industrial structure/use. | 98. AOUo shall only be permitted on parcels/lots sized appropriately for o duplex per YyNC § 15.O5.030. Table 5-2. A[]Ua proposed on lots smaller than the minimum lot size mnoyUeapproxedafterundergoingmnaaddiƒionm| |mve| ofroviavvoaehmwn |nY&1C8 15.O4.O30. Table 4-1. | / 4�9. The primary residence and the AC>U shall both bm connected bz public sewer and water. m. If the ADU is attached to the primary dwelling unit, the two dwelling units shall share o single sewer and water connection. b. If the ADU is attached to, or located above, a detached garage, or is a stand- alone structure, each unit maysha4 have its own sewer and water connection, with required meters, or share the sewer and water connection with the primary dwelling unit consistent with applicable c0de(s). 44-10. A lot containing an ADU shall not be subdivided, or otherwise segregated in ovvnermhip, in a way that separates the A[}U and the primary dwelling unit on diffarant|mta^ except as permitted under Y[NC Title 14, the pFi aFy unit, but not both, 4-311. The site plan for the construction or conversion of an ADU shall indicate the ADU. 4-412. Any exterior stairs shall be placed in the rear or side yard. 4-513. A deed restriction, signed bythe property owner and the city, shall berecorded with the Yakima County auditor's office providing notice to potential buyers of the AC)U restrictions. other applicable Codes. 14, ADU's uses as a Short Term Rental shall also comply with YMC 15.09.080 and all C. Enforcement. The city retains the right with reasonable notice to inspect the AC>U for compliance with the provisions of this section. D. Elimination. The oib/ retains the right with reasonable notice to withdraw occupancy approval if any of the requirements under subsection B of this section are violated. In the event the city withdraws occupancy, the property owner may: 1. |f attached, merge the existing AOUtm the single-family dwelling; Vr | 3. |f detached, use the building for n approved accessmry use Orremove the structure from the pnanlieee. ������ �`�=�~ "s~~~R~~ on 15.Q9.050 Performance standards—Emissions. A. Purpose and Application. The purpose of this section is to provide guidelines and general standards governing emissions and miscellaneous items covered herein for use in evaluating the impact of proposed and existing developments and uses, or changes or alterations thereto, being considered under the terms of this Title. A reviewing official, including those engaged in Type (1) review,-of administrative nnOdifiC8bon review, or compliance uDde[YkAC Ch. 15.25 may impose reasonable conditions, or in appropriate instances deny proposed developments based on the standards and guidelines set forth in this aeotion, in order to assure that permitted and existinq uses do not generate gases, fumes, heat, glare, vibrations, or store solid waste in a manner inconsistent with the intent of the district and/or incompatible with surrounding uses. B. Gases, Fumes and Vapors. The emission of any goaes, fumao, or vapors dangerous to human health, animal |ifo, vmgmtation, or property io prohibited. C. Heat. No use shall produce heat significantly perceptible beyond its lot lines. D. Glare. No use shall produce a strong dazzling |ight, or reflection of strong dazzling light, beyond its lot lines. E. Vibrations. No use shall cause vibrations or concussions detectable beyond its lot lines without the aid of inatrurnents, except for vibration resulting from construction activity. F. Storage and Waste Disposal. All materials and waste which might cause fumes or dust, constitute o fire hazard, produce offensive odors, mr which may be edible or otherwise attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored in closed containers and in a manner to eliminate or prevent such hazards. 15.09.080 Special requirements for brea4dastshort_termmnentm|s��p�*. Bed and hnrthyrno rentals shall meet all applicable hea|th, fine, oafetv, and building codes. Any reception hall or meeting room shall be restricted to serve no more than the total number of tenants, unless otherwise apeo|f|oo||y authorized. In addition, bed and bFeakfas ARfeshort,term rentals shall besubject tO the following requirement W A. Home occupation hOrt term rentals shall meet all (13) necessary conditions listed iOyKQC15,Q4'120(C),aoUbe operated s000 not to nfr|nga upon the rights of neighboring residentsƒo peaceful occupancy of their homes. Minimal outward modifications ofthe structure orgrounds ' may be made only if such changes are compatible with the character of the neighborhood. | B. If provided",Mmeals shall only be served to guests, even if required to be licensed as a restaurant under state re0u|aUmno, except as otherwise permitted in this title. additions to the home 0(;GUpatiOR bed and bFeakfast. ������ �m^��° .��������n`^°°�°~ �� 1� oo | 9C. The front yard area shall not be used for off-street parking for bed and breakfa6tluests unless the parking area is screened and found to be compatible with the neighborhood or unless vva|mad by the reviewing official. E[}. One noni||unoinated or externally |||umn|nahad m|Qn not exceeding the nnoximnunn size allowed within the applicable zoning district, and bearing only the name of the short term rentaUPA and/or operator, shall bepermitted. F-E. The administrative official may authorize use of the hortternn rental for receptions, group meetings and special gatherings based upon the size of the residenceirA, availability of adequate off-street parking spaces, public health considerations, and compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood. GF. No more than five lodging or guest rooms shall be allowed for home occupations. G. There shall heqo exterior alteration to the buildinq which would chanqe its character from a � dwelling. H. The portion uf the residence used for a short term rental shall be designed that it may ba readily converted to serve residential uses. L The short term rental shall be conducted |na manner that will not alter the normal residential character uf the premises by the use Of color, materials, |iqhtinq and signs, orthe emission of noise, vibration, dust. glare, heat, smoke orodors. J. The short term rental shall not Oenenate materially qreoter traffic volumes than would normally be expected iD the Pesidentia| nei hborhood. � K. The short term rental shall not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment that would,chanqe the fire ratinq of the residence or exceed FCC standards for residential use. L. /\ business license shall berequired. 1� Q9 1�� �r|�����tnem0mm�|�*n requirements. - ' '' - - Private Roads—General Requirements. Private streets serving three |mto, housing units ormore | may be approved aoan element ofa plat, short olatVr master planned development overlay (YyNC Chapter 15.28). a mobile home/manufactured pmrk(YW1C 15'04'150), a condominium or within a binding site plan in conformance with subdivision requirements. - A. Any private rood that is |oomhad in a private street subdivision shall be constructed to the / minimum standard ofthe itvof Yakima and shall be permanently retained and maintained as private rood. B. Private roads are the responsibility of the landowners toconstruct and maintain |n accordance with YN1C Chapter 15.09 and shall be specified ino homeowner's association, development agreement or other maintenance plan. C. Names for private roads shall be approved by city planning division, Doc. 37 D. Private roadway signs with street name designations shall be provided by and maintained by the developer or homeowner's association and shall be located at the intersections of private roads. Such signs shall meet the specifications set forth by the City of Yakima. E. A gate may be installed at the entrance to a private street, provided there is a minimum of 50 feet between the public street and the gate and the width of each travel aisle is 24 feet. F. A private gate shall not obstruct emergency, public service, or utility vehicles access. G. Private roads and their entire easement or right-of-way width shall be open and available for use by emergency, public service, and utility vehicles. H. The face of any plat, short plat, master development plan, binding site plan, or condominium document containing a private road, and all subsequent documents transferring ownership of lots within such plat or short plat, shall bear the following language: The City of Yakima has no responsibility to build, improve, maintain or otherwise service any private road for this plat/short plat. Any right-of-way dedicated to the public by this plat/short plat shall not be opened as a City (or County) street until such time as it is improved to city street standards and accepted as part of the City transportation system. I. The placement of utilities shall be coordinated as much as possible with the placement of private roads and public rights-of-way. J. Utility easements having a minimum width of eight feet shall serve each interior lot. Utility easements shall be located outside private access easements and dedicated road rights-of-way unless approved otherwise by the city engineer 15.09.210 Special requirements for retaining walls. Retaining walls may be made of any material commonly used for this purpose, such as block, timber, stone or concrete, except that the following materials are prohibited: 1. Materials not manufactured for, or customarily used on, retaining walls unless said materials are certified by a professional engineer. 15.11.020 Application requirements. All applications shall comply with the following requirements: A. Applications shall be in writing on forms provided by the department; B. Each submitted land use application shall be completed in its entirety, and contain all narratives, supplemental narratives, site plans, or other required attachments as specified by the pertinent application. For Type (1), or(2) reviews for developed sites for which there is limited proposed change, the application shall include a general site plan in print or digital form in conformance with YMC 15,11,030; provided, the administrative official at their discretion may . oa . � require additional information to clarify the application ordetermine compliance with the provisions of this title. For Type (3) review, the application shall include a detailed site plan in conformance with YN1C15-11.04D; � C. All applications, including a Type (1) review, shall be signed by the property owner or his � agent authorized |n writing todoso; O. Applications shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee as established by ordinance; ^ E. An application ie not complete unless it includes all required |nformnation, attachments and fees. No application shall be considered officially filed until accepted as complete by the division; and F. Applications for Type (2) and (3) reviews ehm|| include a nnininnunn eleven-inch by seventeen-inch reproducible copy of the site plan in print or digital form. In the event of expanded rev|evv, additional copies may required at the applicant's expense. Site plans shall be developed in accordance with YyNC151`1°03O or as applicable. � � ^Table 4i' ` NoticnRoquiremmnto Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council ApplicationRecommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing � Type(1) Review (Not Required) (Not Required) Notice ofDecision (Not Required) � Applicant [ �^ �Type�qRmv�w~Applicant (Not Required) Notice ufDecision (Not Required) �^ Property owners ^ Portieo/agonduuwho received �within3DU-fout the Notice ofApplication � radius Any additional Pa�eonf�oo� � ^Chy |n'houue " Distribution List � Type(3) Review `Applicant ~--(at least 20 days Notice of Decision (mail 3 days (Not UR*quhod) prior hohearing) after it is rendered) ^ Parties of Record � . . ^AppUnon\ ^�o�f�dmoi|tna���ar� � ~ Property owners withn3UO'hxot ^ Parties/agencies ^ Regular mail hu parties and | radius who received the agencies who received the Notice of Notice ofApplication - City In-house Application Distribution List ^Any add�ono| parbeoofmcood �^�nyeddd�na ^parties ofnaoo� ^ ^ ` Posting isa �required prior to issuance ofnotice ^ Local Media - ° 39 Table 11-1. Notice Requirements Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing • Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning Commission • Publish legal ad in the newspaper Appeals Notice of Appeal of See Notice of Notice of Hearing Examiners • City Clerk will Administrative Application Decision publish legal ad and For SEPA appeal Official's Decision send notice to the see YMC Ch. and Public Hearing • Certified mail to applicant following: 6.88 •Appellant • Regular mail to parties and -Appellant agencies who received the •The official whose Notice of Application -Official whose decision is being decision is being appealed •Any additional parties of record appealed • Parties/agencies - Hearing Examiner who received the Notice of - Parties and Application agencies who received the Notice • Posting property of Application and publishing a legal ad is required -Any additional parties of record Notice of Appeal of Hearing Examiner's Decision •Appellant •The official whose decision is being appealed • Parties and agencies who received the Notice of Application Cell Tower See YMC 15.29.040 Table 29-1 Planned •Applicant (at least 20 days Notice of Recommendation • City Clerk will Development prior to hearing) publish legal ad and !N.:3E — � Table 11-1. Notice Requirements � Notice of Notice of Hearing � � Application � Yakima Planning � � Commission � � ~ Public ^ Property owners ~App|ican( '~ Regular mail hn applicant and send notice huthe within 300-foot parties ofrecord following: � radius , Parties/agencies ^ ^ who received 'Appkmnt ^ City In-house Notice of � Distribution List Application, ' Notice ofDecision 'PorUou/agendem . � who received the Posting is ^Any additional ,Applicant receives cover letter Notice ofApplication required prior ho parties ofrecord with ordinance if approved or � issuance ofnotice ounoi|'ofindinguifdenied Any additional Local Media parties ofrecord � � � ^ Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning ' Commission ^ Publish legal ad in the newspaper � Rezone ^Applicant least 20 days Notice ofRecommendation '^ City Clerk will prior Vuhearing) publish legal ad in ` �^ Property owners ^ � ^ Regular mail to applicant and the newspaper and �within 300-foot Applicant parties ofrecord send notice 0uthe � �radius following: ` ^City In-house who received the 'App|ioant Distribution List Notice of Notice ufDecision lication - Parties/agencies � ~ whoreoe�od�e~ Puo Posting� "=' � ^App�an nauo�uucover�#er -- ------ -- � required to .Any addb�no w�h ~~~^~~~rdinance�approved or N»d«*«fAp�inaho» issuance cfnobco parhoacf�ourd Cou -�[s findings ifdenied � � Any additional Local �od� po�000fmuo� �. ^~.. � ~ Hearing � � | :,Examiner or . 'Yakima Planning � � Commission � " Publish legal ad : ^ in�n ^ the �Comprehensive SooYMC Ch.��� ����� 16.10 Plan Amendment 1 Right-of-Way See _ Vacation � SEPA .Gee,YMC Ch,6.88 41 � � To Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning � � Commission � � Public Hearing � ��.�.��". �^` . Shoreline See Y ��CCh 17�13andVVAC ^ � npr� n� � � � � � � Subdivisions See Y1mCTitle 14 and RCVV5817 020 tion to permitted . Minor changes to existing or approved Class (1). CB or CB uses or development may qualify for � abbreviated review under the provisions in this chapter, if they meet the criteria listed bm|ovv � Overlay districts shall not increase the level of review for the provisions of this chapter. � Modifications not meeting the criteria bo|mvv must apply directly for review as a Class (1). CB or � (3) use or development. � A. The modification will not increase residential density that would require on additional level � of revievv � B. The modification will not |noremma the amount ofparking by more than tan percent or twenty � spaces (whichever is |eaaU, except that the amount of parking for controlled atmosphere and � cold storage warehouses may be increased by upbm twenty spaces. This limit shall be � calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal rovovv C. Any expansion of use area or structure will not exceed fifty percent of the gross floor area, Toe expansion of an existinq singile-family home may exceed the fiftV percent limit when all applicable setback and lot coveraqe standards are nlec This limit shall be calculated � cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; � O. The modification will not increase the height ofany structure; � E. This limit shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last � nonno| review; � � _ F. The modification will not add a drive-thnu facility; and � G. The modification does not include hazardous materials. � � x —15.19.050 Continuation of nonconforming uses. . A. Generally. Any keoo| nonconforming use may continue as long as it remains othmmvoa � lawful. Any change or expansion of the nonconforming use shall be made |n accordance with � the provisions OfTMC 15.19,070 or�5,19.Q80' � B. Continuation When a Nonconforming Use is Damaged or Destroyed. When a � nonconforming use and associated ebuotuna are donna0ed. the nonconforming use may be � replaced as it was prior to the damage. If the structure was also nonoonfonn|n0, the structure � may be rebuilt as it was immediately prior hothe damage or in a manner that is more conforming in accordance with YN1C15.1S.D0O. 42 C. Continuation of Nonconforming Single-Family Dwellings. Existing Single-Family Dwellings in rcial and Industrial Zoning Districts mav be expanded, reconstructed, or rebuilt.in accordance with the provisions 0[YMC Ch. 15.17 (Modifioaton). 2. YMC Ch. 6'88 6.08_07D_Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions. ' ' - A. Effective April 7, 1986, the city establishes the following exempt levels for minor new construction under VVAC1S7-11-8OOU\(b) based on local conditions: 1. For residential dwelling units inVVAC 197-11-800UXtAU\: a. /xty dwelling units in m R 2, R 8, 8 1' B 2, SCC, LCC, C8D. GC' and r Duplex and MuU0forni|y residential development; �� N�e�ThidVdvv8||inQ units [ Sin�|eFarn8y Residential Development; 2. For agricultural structures inVVAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(U): a. Thirty thousand square feet in the 8R, yN-1 and N-2 zoning districts; b. Ten thousand square feet in all other zoning districts; 3. For office, school, commercial, recreational, service or storage buildings inVVAC197- 11-8OO(1)(b)(iii): a. Neither more than twelve Thirty thousand square feet nor more than fu4�4-nin*ty parking spaces in the B 1. B2. SCC, LCC. AS. CBQ�GC, RQ, AA I and 2 omningcUsthcta; Neithee, re than feuF thousand ~ ' .aFI<—~ opmoeain all other zoning districts; 4. Fnrin�U development uono�tentvvbhthe ChyofYeNnnaConnp,ehena�e Plan and R�VV43.21C.22Q: a. ReSid' DtiO| Development districts, and land in the R-3z0ning district located adjacent to G Principal Arterial. b. Mixed Use Development uptV1OOdvveUinq units nn upper floors in the GCand CBD zupimJdh;trict8' 5. For parking |uta inVVAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(iv): | a. TtWty-Ninety parking spaces in the R-3. B-1, B-2, SCC, UCC, AS, CBC>, GC, RO. M-1 and K8-2ooning districts; b. Twenty parking spaces in all other zoning districts; O. For landfills and excavations inVVAC1R7-11- 8OO(1)(b)(v): o. F|xa hundred cubic yards in all zoning districts. . INDEX 43 3. YMC Title 14 14.25.040 Lot design. Each lot within a subdivision shall comply with the following design standards and requirements: A. Double frontage lots, as defined in YMC 14.10.020, are permitted only where determined by the city council, or the administrator in the case of short subdivisions, to be essential to provide separation of residential lots from major and secondary arterial streets or high-intensity land uses or to overcome specific disadvantages of topography or parcel configuration. When double frontage lots are used, access shall be limited to only one of the fronting streets. B. All lots within a subdivision shall have direct access to and frontage upon a dedicated public street or be accessed by an easement. Access easements cannot serve more than one lot. Minimum street frontage and/or access easement width shall be at least twenty feet. Lots intended for residential use should not access a principal or minor arterial. C. Private streets conforming to YMC 12.06.090 may be allowed within a master planned development pursuant to YMC Chapter 15.28, or as part of a new Short Subdivision or Subdivision. D. All lots not located in a master planned development subdivision shall have a minimum lot width at the building setback line consistent with Table 5-2 (YMC Chapter 15.05). a�� 44 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER A Staff Report A-1 Staff Report 10/23/2019 MMWM. DEP, FMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVEL( VIENT 45 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITY Of YAK MA Planning Division 0 • Joseph Calhoun,Manager 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning Recommendation Regarding Amendments to the City's Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Ordinance, and SEPA Environmental Policy TO: City of Yakima Planning Commission FROM: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager SUBJECT: Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments — File TXT#001-19 FOR MEETING OF: October 23, 2019 PURPOSE AND DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED AMENDMENTS: The City of Yakima Planning Division is proposing non-project minor amendments to the City of Yakima's Municipal Code Titles 14, 15, and Chapter 6.88. The Planning Commission held twelve study sessions for these proposed amendments on January 23, 2019; February 27, 2019; March 27, 2019; April 10, 2019; April 24, 2019; May 8, 2019; May 22, 2019; June 12, 2019; June 26, 2019; July 24, 2019; August 14, 2019; and August 28, 2019. Proposed Amendment Sections: The complete track changes text can be found in Exhibit "A" and is incorporated herein by reference. A summary of the amendments is as follows: 1. YMC § 15.02.020— Definitions a. Modification to Accessory Dwelling Unit for consistency with YMC § 15.09.045. b. New definition for Congregate Living Facility and removal of Boardinghouse. c. Modification to Dwelling multiple-Family. d. Modification of Bed and Breakfast Staff Analysis: The proposed new and modified definitions are to ensure consistency with the modified code sections below. 2. YMC § 15.03.020(B) — R-1 District Intent Statement a. Modification to allow a density of up to seven dwelling units per acre, regardless of dwelling type. Staff Analysis: The R-1 zoning district has always contemplated and allowed development up to seven dwelling units per acre. This change retains that level of density but adds additional potential uses to achieve it. 3. YMC § 15.04.030, Table 4-1 — Permitted Land Uses a. Several changes to zones where different housing types can locate and modification to levels of review. Yakima *7- Int 11,41; 2015 1994 46 Staff Analysis: These changes are consistent with the March 12, 2019 Council direction to identify options that would increase affordable housing. The additional zones available for certain uses like Multifamily Development and Accessory Dwelling Units will provide more options for homeowners and developers. 4. YMC § 15.04.060 —Accessory Uses a. Correction to the allowed number of pets than can be kept at a residence. Staff Analysis: This change is a correction to bring the allowed number of pets in line with what does and does not constitute a kennel. 5. YMC § 15.04.080 — Drive-through facilities a. No substantive change, clarification to language for clarity. Staff Analysis: This proposed change provides clarification on the specific types of drive-through uses that do not require an additional level of review. 6. YMC § 15.04.120 — Home Occupations a. Modifying "Bed and Breakfast" to "Short Term Rental" consistent with the definition change in YMC § 15.02.020; and reducing the level of review from Class 2 to Class 1. b. Adding clarifying language to what constitutes a "primary residence." c. Removal of"Firearm sales and/or gunsmith" as a prohibited use. Staff Analysis: The reduction in level of review for Short Term Rental from Class 2 to Class 1 is an implementing step resulting from the March 12, 2019 Council directive to identify options that would increase affordable housing, specifically to review short term rental zoning and licensing regulations. The additional changes to defining primary residence and removing Firearm sales and/or gunsmith is intended to provide clarity and consistency with state law(RCW 9.41.300). 7. YMC § 15.06.040 — Off-street parking standards a. Land use name changes consistent with the remaining changes contemplated in this text amendment cycle. b. New parking standard for Congregate Living Facility. c. Cleanup of redundant land uses in the parking table. The "default" parking standard for uses not listed in the table is 1 space for every 300 square feet. Uses in the table with a 1:300 standard were therefore removed. Staff Analysis: These proposed changes provide for consistency with other changes proposed during this text amendment cycle and remove redundancy from the parking table. 8. YMC Ch. 15.09 — Special Development Standards a. Add new purpose section to 15.09.010 that is applicable to the whole chapter and move previous purpose section to 15.09.020 which is specific to the district overlays. b. Modifications to 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units i. Use is permitted on all parcels containing single family dwellings ii. Maximum floor area of 1,000 square feet 2 1 N 47 iii. Clarification of sewer and water requirements and subdivision restrictions c. Modification to 15.09.050, requiring compliance with emissions standards for new and existing uses. d. Modifications to 15.09.080 i. Changing "Bed and Breakfast" to "Short Term Rental" ii. Requiring compliance with YMC 15.04 for Short Term Rental Home Occupations iii. Adding additional requirements related to the exterior and interior condition of the residence, traffic, and business licensing. e. Modification to 15.09.210 —Special requirements for retaining walls. Relying on materials certified by a professional engineer. Staff Analysis: These changes are proposed to provide for clarification and consistency. The Accessory Dwelling Unit and Short Term Rental changes are consistent with the March 12, 2019 Council directive. 9. YMC § 15.11.020 —Application requirements a. Citation clarification to the public notice table. Staff Analysis: This change is a simple clarification to include the correct citation in the notice table. 10. YMC § 15.17.020 — Modification to permitted development and uses regulated and YMC § 15.19.050 —Continuation of nonconforming uses. a. Minor change to both the Modification and Nonconforming Chapters to allow existing nonconforming single-family homes to expand above the 50% maximum if applicable setback and lot coverage standards are met. Staff Analysis: These changes are intended to provide greater flexibility to homeowners of nonconforming single family homes. 11. YMC § 6.88.070 a. SEPA exemptions are proposed to be increased to the maximum levels allowed for jurisdictions planning under the Growth Management Act (GMA). b. Additional exemptions for infill development are proposed consistent with the Yakima Comprehensive Plan and RCW 43.21C.229. Staff Analysis: These SEPA exemption changes are consistent with WAC 197-11-800 by implementing the maximum thresholds for a city fully planning under the GMA. The increased infill exemptions are consistent with RCW 43.21C.229 and with the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040. 12. YMC § 14.25.040— Lot design a. Minor change allowing private streets as part of a new Short Subdivision or Subdivision. Staff Analysis: This change to allow private streets as part of any subdivision, and not only as part of a master planned development, will allow greater flexibility for new development. 3 RN'E 48 II. YAKIMA COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 2040 The proposed text amendments are consistent with the following goals and policies of the Comprehensive Plan 2040 Goal 2.1: Establish a development pattern consistent with the community's vision. Policy 2.1.6: Adopt coordinated development regulations that facilitate Yakima's preferred land use pattern (e.g. allowed density, uses, and site provisions) • Refine the land use code on an ongoing basis to make it user-friendly by employing simple language, easy to read charts, and illustrative graphics. • Monitor and refine the land use code as needed to facilitate the preferred land use pattern and development character. • Integrate an appropriate balance of predictability and flexibility when updating development regulations that allow ease of administration and interpretation and offer optional ways of meeting requirements when possible. Goal 2.3L Provide for a wide variety of housing types within the city to meet the full range of housing needs for Yakima's evolving population. Policy 2.3.1(A): Accessory Dwelling Units (ADU). Allow for attached and detached ADU's in all residential districts provided size, design, and other provisions are included to promote compatibility with surrounding uses. Additional considerations may include: • Reduce the minimum lot size for lots qualifying for an ADU. • Allow free-standing ADU's provided lots retain useable open space and units minimize privacy impacts to adjacent properties. • Provide an owner occupancy requirement (owner must live in primary home or ADU). Policy 2.3.3(H): Allow home occupations that would not generate excessive traffic, create parking problems, or degrade the livability or appearance of the neighborhood. Policy 2.3.5: Consider new design standards for new multifamily development to promote neighborhood compatibility, enhance the livability of new housing, and enhance the character of residential and mixed-use areas. Goal 2.4: Downtown. Enhance the character and economic vitality of Yakima's Central Business District. Policy 2.4.2: Maintain and strengthen downtown as the center for civic, retail, cultural, dining and entertainment activity in Yakima. Policy 2.4.2(B) Promote new mixed-use development on vacant or underutilized parcels. Upper floor apartments, condominiums, and office uses are encouraged. Goal 2.5: Arterial corridors and other mixed-use centers. Enhance the character, function, and economic vitality of Yakima's arterial corridors and mixed-use centers. Policy 2.5.1: Allow for a mixture of compatible land uses along corridors and within mixed- use designated areas. This includes the integration of multi-family residential and office uses with retail and service commercial uses. Provide zoning and design standards to maintain compatibility between different uses and zones. Goal 5.1: Encourage diverse and affordable housing choices. Policy 5.1.3: Encourage mixed use infill development, particularly in Downtown and commercial nodes. Policy 5.1.10: Remove barriers to development of affordable and market rate housing • Maintain a zoning system that allows a wide range of housing types and densities 4 1 49 • Use creative SEPA tools such as threshold exemptions, infill and mixed use exemptions, or planned actions to encourage housing and streamline permitting. • Ensure that City fees and permitting time are set at reasonable levels so they do not adversely affect the cost of housing. Policy 5.1.6: Allow accessory dwelling units in single family zones to increase the supply of affordable housing units to help existing homeowners remain in their homes. III. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW(SEPA) This project was processed for review under the State Environmental Policy Act as a procedural action per WAC 197-11-800(19), and a Preliminary Determination of Nonsignificance was issued on September 16, 2019 (SEPA#027-19). The DNS was retained on October 8, 2019. IV. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing September 16, 2019 Legal Ad Publication September 16, 2019 No written comments were submitted prior to the public hearing. V. FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS 1. No adverse impacts have been identified by the approval of these amendments. 2. The proposed text amendments are consistent with and implement the Yakima Comprehensive Plan 2040, as required by RCW 36.70A.130(1)(d). 3. The proposed text amendments include corrections to existing code sections, the removal of redundancy, clarification to confusing wording, and implement the March 12, 2019 Council direction to identify zoning and regulatory strategies to increase the availability of affordable housing in Yakima. VI. RECOMMENDATION The Department of Community Development recommends APPROVAL of these text amendments. SUGGESTED MOTIONS: Approval: Based on the testimony and evidence presented during this afternoon's public hearing, I move that the Planning Commission draft findings of fact and forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council. Approval with modifications: Based on the testimony and evidence presented during this afternoon's public hearing, I move that the City of Yakima Planning staff modify the draft language to include the changes noted in the minutes of this afternoon's public hearing, and with these changes move that the Planning Commission draft findings of fact and forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council. Denial: Based on the testimony and evidence presented during this afternoon's public hearing, I move that the Planning Commission reject the proposal to include findings of fact documenting the reasons for denial, and order the proposal be forwarded to the Yakima City Council with a recommendation for denial. j q • 50 Exhibit A 2019 Proposed Text Amendments—Track Changes Version 1. YMC Title 15 2. YMC Ch. 6.88 3. YMC Title 14 1. YMC Title 15 YMC 15.02.020—Definitions: "Accessory dwelling unit (ADU)" means a structure meeting the purpose and requirements of YMC 15.09.045 which is attached to a single-family home, or detached garage or a stand-alone structure, with living facilities for one individual or family separate from the primary single-family. "Congregate Living Facility" means an establishment providing both lodging and meals, or the ability for residents of the facility to cook their own meals, for persons residing in the facility on a permanent or semi-permanent basis. This definition includes facilities commonly known as boardinghouse or dormitories, except that dormitories provided in conjunction with a proposed or existing educational facility shall be an accessory use to that facility. "Development , multiple family" means a structure or structures, or portion thereof, designed for occupancy by three or more families living independently of each other and containing three or more attached or detached dwelling units on a lot. Any combination ofMiipIe ythree-plus, duplex and detached single-family dwellings that cluctering g-en4i-have a common driveway access on a single lot of record, are also considered multiple family development. Short Term Rental" means a residential structure providing individuals with lodging and--meals-for not more than thirty days. For home occupations, such uses are limited to having not more than five lodging units or guest rooms. YMC 15.03.020(13)—R-1 District Intent Statement: B. Single-Family Residential District(R-1). The single-family residential district is intended to: 1. Establish new residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses except those which are compatible with, and serve the residents of, this district, which may include duplexes and zero lot lines if established during the DOC. INDEX 51 Exhibit A subdivision process—all corner lots in a new subdivision can be designated for duplex construction; 2. Preserve existing residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses to ensure the preservation of the existing residential character, and serve the residents of this district; and 3. Locate moderate-density residential development, up to seven dwelling units per net residential acre, in areas served by public water and sewer system. Detached single-family dwellings are the primary use in this district. The district is characterized by up to sixty percent lot coverage; access to individual lots by local access streets; required front, rear and side yard setbacks; and one- and two-story structures. The density in the district is generally seven dwelling units per net residential acre or less. This zone is intended to afford single-family neighborhoods the highest level of protection from encroachment by potentially incompatible nonresidential land uses or impacts. Nonresidential uses within these zones are not allowed; except for public or quasi-public uses, which will be required to undergo extensive public review and will have all necessary performance or design standards assigned to them as necessary to mitigate potential impacts to adjacent residences. Duplex and Multifamily Odevelopment up to seven dwelling units per net residential acre may be allowed in accordance with Table 4-1. 15.04.030, Table 4-1 — Permitted Land Uses: SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 NB SCC LCCI AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 • AGRICULTURAL(COMMERCIAL) — Agriculture,Horticuiture,General Farming I 1 1 1 (not feedlots or stockyards)(*) - - - Agricultural Building(*) I I 1 1 Agricultural Chemical Sales/Storage 1 1 1 Agricultural Market(5) 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 Agricultural Stand(*) 1 1 I Agricultural Related Industries(*) 2 1 1 1 Animal Husbandry(See YMC 15.09,070) 1 2 1 1 (*) Concentrated Feeding Operation(*) 3 Floriculture,Aquaculture 1 1 1 Fruit Bin Sales/Storage 3 2 1 1 Marijuana Production(**) 1 1 Winery and Brewery—Basic(*) 3 3 1 2 Resort/Destination w/on-site agricultural 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 production(*) DOG. INDEX -I 52 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 ,R-3 B-1 B-2 IIB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Resort/Destination(*) 2 3 3 1 I 1 3 Retail(") I I I 1 1 1 2 AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION Aquatic Center 3 3 3 1 2 Amusement Park(Permanent)(*) 3 3 3 1 3 Bowling Alleys 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 Campground(*) 3 S 2 Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 2 2 (More than 500 ft. from abutting residential and not containing a go-eart track) Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 3 2 (Less than 500 ft from abutting residential andior containing a go-cart track) Drive-In Theatres 3 2 2 2 Exercise Facilities 2 I 1 1 1 2 1 I 12 Horse Racing Tracks,Speedways 3 3 Game Rooms,Card Rooms,Electronic 3 2 1 2 2 2 Game Rooms(*) Golf Courses,Clubhouses,Golf Driving 3 3 3 3 2 Ranges Miniature Golf Courses 3 3 1 1 1 1 1Movie Theatres,Auditoriums,Exhibition 3 1 1 I 1 Halls Parks(4) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 Roller Skating or Ice Skating Rink 2 2 I 1 2 Sports Facility(indoor) 2 2 1 2 1 2 Social Card Rooms(See YMC 15.09.090) 3 3 3 3 (*) Slate Fair Park (See YMC 15.04.200) COMMUNITY SERVICES Cemetery/Crematorium with Funeral Home 3 3 3 3 3 3 Funeral Home not associated with 3 2 2 2 1 1 I 2 2 Cemetery/Crematorium Churches,Synagogues,and Temples(*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 Community Center(*)Meeting Halls, 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 I 2 Fraternal Organizations Community Gardens VD(if accessory to an I I l 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 approved principal usc)(See YMC 15 04,060(G)) Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 1 I 1 1 1 1 I t I I 1 I 1 of one-quarter acre or less) DOC. INDEX 53 Exhibit A SR R-I R-2 R-3 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-I M-2 Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 ' 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 2 2 ' of more than one-quarter and up to one-half acre) Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 of more than one-half acre up to one acre) Day Care Facilities(not home occupation): 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 1 1 Family In-Home(*) Day Care Center(*) 222211211 1 I 2 1 Public Facility(*) 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2111111 Hospital(*)Outside Institutional Overlay 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Correctional Facilities 3 3 3 3 3 3 Libraries 3 3 3 2 I 2 I 1 1 1 1 I Museums,Art Galleries 332121111111 Schools Elementary and Middle 3 3 3 3 3 3 I 3 Senior High School 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Business Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 Community College/University—Inside (Sec YMC Chapter 15,31) :Institutional Overlay Community College/University—Outside 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 Institutional Overlay Vocational Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 l 1 1 2 " 3 Wastewater Sprayfield(*) 3 3 3 Zoo(5) 3 3 3 3 3 HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITY • Group Homes(six or fewer),Adult Family 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 Home(*) Treatment Centers for Drug and Alcohol 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Rehabilitation cf op ye:gate,Livm4 Up,to 3 42 31 32 32 I 2 1 103ortriding-Houtie(4') conwegate Facilitv I 3 2 3 3 2 2 • Halfway House(*) 2 3 3 • • Group Homes(more than six),Convalescent 3 2 2 2 3 3 and Nursing Homes(*) Mission( )(with Type(3)review,and 2 2 2 development agreement—see definition) MANUFACTURING r Agricultural Product Support 2 2 2 1 1 1 Aircraft Parts 1 2 1 1 I Apparel and Accessories 3 2 2 1 1 !DOC. INDEX #, A- 1, 54 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Bakery Products(wholesale) 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 Beverage Industry(*) 2 2 2 1 1 Canning,Preserving and Packaging Fruits, 2 I 1 - Vegetables,and Other Foods Cement and Concrete Plants 3 1 Chemicals(Industrial,Agricultural Wood, 3 1 etc.) Concrete,Gypsum and Plaster Products 2 1 1 'Confectionery and Related Products 2 2 2 I 1 2 1 1 (wholesale) Cutlery,Hand Tools and General hardware 1 3 1 1 Drugs 1 2 2 1 1 Electrical Transmission and Distribution 1 2 3 I 1 Equipment Electronic Components and Accessories and 1 2 2 3 1 I Product Assembly Engineering,Medical,Optical,Dental, 1 2 2 I l Scientific Instruments and Product Assembly Fabricated Structural Metal Products 2 3 3 1 1 Food Processing 2 : 3 1 1 Furniture 2 3 2 1 1 Glass,Pottery,and Related Products and 2 2 2 1 I Assembly Grain Mill Products 3 I 1 Heating Apparatus Wood Stoves I 1 Leather Products 3 1 1 1 Leather Tanning and Finishing 1 I Machinery and Equipment 1 2 1 1 'Marijuana Processing(**) I 1 Marijuana Research(**) 1 1 Meat,Poultry and Dairy Products I I Paints,Varnishes,Lacquers,Enamels and 3 I Allied Products Paperboard Containers and Boxes 1 3 1 I Plastic Products and Assembly 1 2 I 1 Prefabricated Structural Wood Products and 1 I 1 Containers Printing,Publishing and Binding 1 3 2 1 1 Printing Trade(service industries) 2 2 2 I 1 2 1 - - EX)C U4DEX - 1 55 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Recycling Processing Center(*) 3 „ - - - Rendering Plants,Slaughter Houses 3 • Rubber Products I 2 1 Sign Manufacturing and Product Assembly 2 1 I 1 1 (*) Sawmills and Planing Mills 2 1 Sheet Metal and Welding Shops 2 1 I Stone Products(includes finishing of 2 1 2 2 3 1 1 monuments for retail sale) • Transportation Equipment,Including 2 1 1 :Hailers and Campers Woodworking:Cabinets,Shelves,etc. 3 1 2 2 1 1 MINING/REFINING/OFF-SITE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT Asphalt Paving and Roofing Materials,Rock 3 3 I Crushing Mining Including Sand and Gravel Pits(*) 3 3 3 Stockpiling of Earthen Materials(*) 2 2 2 2 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . _ Off-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and 3 3 Storage Facilities(*) RESIDENTIAL Accessory Uses(*) See YMC 15.04,060 Detached Single-Family Dwelling(*) 1 I 1 1 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 Accessory Dwelling Unit(*)(See YMC 2 2 I 1 1 -I -1 =I 1 =I 15.09.045) -I Existing or New Detached Single-Family 1 • 1 • 1 Dwelling on Existing Lots of 8,000 Square Feet or Less Detached Single-Family Dwelling(zero lot 2 2 2 2 3 3 I 3 3 3 3 line)(*)(See YMC 15.09.040) Attached Single-Family Dwelling,Common 2 2 1 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 Wall(*) Two-Family Dwelling(Duplex)(*) 3 32 1 1 2 2 I 2 2 21, 2 Two-1'410v ,,(DollIQN)i Ion I corner lots in a new Subdivision Converted Dwelling(*) 3 32, k, al 21 1 21 2 2 2-1, 1 Multifamily DeA (*):0-7 2 21 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 DU/NRA „ 8-12 DU/NRA 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 • 2 2 13+DU/NRA 32 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Mixed-Use Building 1 1 1 1 I I 1 'Planned Development(*) See YMC 15,28 mEx 'or ) 56 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Mobile Home Parks(*) 2 2 2 Mobile Home(*)or Manufactured limes See YMC 15_04,160 (*) Retirement Homes(*) 2 3 1 3 I 1 Temporary hardship Units(See YMC 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 15.04.140) RETAIL TRADE,AND SERVICE Adult Business Uses See YMC 15.09.200 Animal Clinic/flospital/Vcterinarian(*) 3 2 2 2 I 2 1 I 1 Auction House for Goods(*) 3 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 I Auction House for Livestock(*) 3 2 2 Automotive Automotive Dealer New and Used Sales 2 2 2 I 3 1 1 •• „ - Weekend Automobile and Recreational 1 1 1 Vehicle(RV)Sales Automotive:Car Wash/Detailing 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 Parking Lots and Garages 2 1 1 1 I I 1 I I • Maintenance and Repair Shops 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 , - Paint and Body Repair Shops 2 2 I 1 1 2 Parts and Accessories(tires,batteries,etc) 2 1 1 1 I 2 1 2 Towing Services 1 3 1 1 Wrecking and Dismantling Yard(*)and 3 1 Hulk Haulers(*) Bail Bonds I 1 1 Beauty and Barber Shops 2 1 2 1 1 I I 1 1 2 ,Bed-aig-Breiikfttst-InuSliort Term Rental_(*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 Boats and Marine Accessories 2 2 I I 1 1 Butcher Shop 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 Commercial Services(*) 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 I 2 Communication Towers(*) (See YMC Chapter 15.29) Convenience Store—Closed 10,00 p.m,to 1 2 1 1 I I 1 I 2 600 a.m. Convenience Store—Open 10:00 p.m.to 2 2 2 I I 2 1 2 6:00 a.m. • Pet Day Care/Animal Training(5) 2 1 1 1 2 I 1 2 Farm and Implements,Tools and Heavy 1 2 3 1 1 Construction Equipment Farm Supplies 2 2 1 I 2 1 DOC. IN,DEX ) 57 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD N1-1 M-2 Financial Institutions 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Fuel Oil and Coal Distributors 1 2 1 1 Furniture,Home Furnishings,Appliances 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 General hardware,Garden Equipment,and 211111111 Supplies General Retail Sales 12,000 sq.ft or less 2 1 1111113 (not otherwise regulated)(*) General Retail Sales greater than 12,000 sq. 2 1111113 tt.(not otherwise regulated)(*) Heating and Plumbing and Electrical 2 211111 Equipment Stores — . . Heavy Equipment Storage,Maintenance and 1 1 I Repair Kennels(*) 2 2 2 Laundries,Laundromats and Dry Cleaning 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 Plants Liquor Stores 2 2 1 1 1 I Locksmiths and Gunsmiths 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 Lumber Yards 2 1 1 1 1 . . Marijuana Retail(") 1 1 1 1 1 I Massage Therapy/Spa(*) 111111111 Mobile Vendor See YMC Ch,5.57 Motels and Hotels 211111 Extended Stay Hotel/Motel* 2 I 2 2 3 3 Night Clubs/Dance Establishments 2 1 1 1 1 1 Nursery(*) 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Offices and Clinics 3 1 1 1111112 Mice Contractor Building and Trade 3 1 1 1111111 (Plumbing,Heating,Electrical,and Painting) Outdoor Advertising(Billboards) See YMC 15.08,130 Pawn Broker 2 1 1 1 2 1 Radio/TV Studio 3 2 2 1 1 I 1 2 Recycling Drop-Oft-Center(*) 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 Rental;Auto,Truck,Trailer,Fleet Leasing 3 2 I 2 1 2 2 1 2 Services with Storage .- Rental:Heavy Equipment(except 1 1 automotive)with Storage Rental:Heavy Equipment(except I 2 3 2 automotive)without Storage 00Cii I N r)EX 58 Exhibit A SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD NI-1 M-2 Repairs:Small Appliances,TVs,Business 121111211 Machines,Watches,etc. Repairs:Rcupholstery and Furniture h 1 1 1 I 1 1 Repairs:Small Engine and Garden 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 ` 1 Equipment Restaurant(*) 2 1 1111111 Seamstress,Tailor 11111111 Service Station(*)Closed Between 10700 2 1111111 p.m.and 6:00 am.(*) Service Station(*)Open Between 10:00 3 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 p.m.and 6:00 a.m.(*) Shooting Ranges(indoor) 3 3 3 3 1 Signs,Printed,Painted or Carved 2 2 1 1 2 1 I Taverns(*)and Bars 121111111 Technical Equipment Sales(*) 2121111111 Truck Service Stations and Shops 3 2 1 I Truck(Large),Manufactured home and 1 3 I Travel Trailer Sales Waste Material Processing and Junk 3 1 Handling(*) TRANSPORTATION Bus Terminals I 1 1 I I I Bus Storage and Maintenance Facilities I 1 Transportation Brokerage(*)Offices,with 2 2 1 I Truck Parking Contract Truck Hauling,Rental of Trucks 1 1 I with Drivers Air,Rail,Truck Terminals(for short-term 1 2 1 I storage,office,etc.) Railroad Switch Yards,Maintenance and 1 I Repair Facilities,etc. Taxicab Terminals,Maintenance and 3 3 1 Dispatching Centers,etc. Airport Landing Field 1 Airport Operations(*) 1 UTILITIES Power Generating Facilities 3 2 I Utility Services(substations,etc) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 WHOLESALE TRADE—STORAGE Warehouses(*) 3 1 2 2 1 1 Wholesale Trade(*) 211 ; 2111 DOC. INDEX ne �Exhibit A � um m'� ��� eo m� � ox �om� mcc� �cc� AS cc con| |wx� M� � ` � � � � . � � � . ^Storage mmxoom"�(~) � j^ � � � � � � � / z �� — ` � l � / . Storage Facilities Commercial�) �� �s - / � z 3 / `11 � Residential Mini-Storage s s / J z 3 \ / � , Refcrs to a definition mvmc Chapter\5,nz ~~ See,Mn / for general development requirements for marijuana uses = Not Permitted / ~c|u,,(orumiocuUse �z ~Class(2)Requires an Administrative xmicwby the Administrative Official �s�-c/^»`(�)««vu/nsupumm*um/ou,�m"xcm..umc,*"/"o, | - -- - ~ 18.04'060Accessory uses. � A. Generally. An accessory use is a use customarily incidental and subordinate to the � principal use of a structure or site. Accessory uses are permitted upon compliance with the terms and provisions of this title. They must be clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal use(s) and consistent with the purpose and intent of the zoning district. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory use shall be the same as that of the principal uae(a), unless otherwise specified. B. On-site hazardous waste treatment and storage is permitted as an accessory use in the SR, B-1, B-2, HB, LCC, CBD, GC, M-1 and M-2 districts, subject to the state siting criteria in the Washington Adnnin|mtnmbma Code adopted pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 7O.1O5FlCVV. C. Garages. Private garages are permitted as an accessory use; pnnvided, that in residential districts they are primarily used to store motor vehicles by the occupants of the residence. D. Pets. The keeping of pets is permitted as an accessory use; provided, that in residential ' districts they are subject tothe following restrictions (aaa definitions of"kennel" and ''an|nna| husbandry"): 1. They are domesticated animals kept for pleasure or as a hobby rather than utility, .j including, but not limited to, fish; birds; dogo`fewwer than four; cats, fewer than �|�� hen a chickens (no nooabe�). haxver than �ma; and nabb� xw�. f� erthan �*e'—'--- — . 2. Their presence does not create undue noise or odors such aa would create o nuisance or diminish the residential nature mf the neighborhood; 3. Such animals are properly fed, watered and kept ine humane manner; � 4. Any chicken coops, chicken tractors, or rabbit hutches shall be set back ten or more ^ feet from any residence or property |ine. and five feet honnother structures including decks; x 5. Hen houses, coops, hutches, and chicken tractors shall be restricted to the backyard � area of residential |o�� . 6. For chickens and nabbib;, adequate fencing ahm|| be installed to contain the on|nna|s � within the backyard; 7. The other provisions of the YW1C for animals are followed. E. Agricultural Buildings. Where permitted, an agricultural building shall not be used for human habitation, processing, treating or packaging of agricultural products, nor shall it be a place used by the public. ;Z-v ow � Exhibit A � F. Cargo Containers. 1. Not Permitted. Cargo containers shall not bg used for storage nr other use within the residential, B-1, or B-2 zoning districts for more than two consecutive weeks at a time. � 2. Permitted. Cargo containers and/or semi-truck trailers are o||oxved as on accessory � use to a permitted business in the SCC. LCC. AS. {3C. RO. K8-1 and yW-2 zoning districts. a. Prov|ded, all refrigerated cargo containers or semi-truck trailers that are not located within a designated loading dock or loading bay shall be located no less than fifty feet from any existing residential zoning district. G. Community Gardens. Community gardens(accessory to an approved principal use) are considered mn accessory use toa principal use in all zoning districts; provided, the garden is clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal use with regard to size and use. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory community garden shall follow the Type /1\ review requirements mfYK8C 15.13, and shall otherwise comply with all other provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, and International Fire and Building Codes. 1 facilities. A. Review Required. Any commercial use having a drive-through service window or booth shall require one higher level of review than shown in Table 4-1. except: 1. Those noted as a Class (3) use requiring a Type (3) review shall remain a Type (3) maxievv; a*d 2. Financial inetitut|nno, andeF 3. ppnopertieo that do not abut residential zones. B. Purpose. Such review is required in recognition of the potential |nnpaotm of drive-through uses on adjoining residential uses and the transportation system. C. Elements ofReview. Review|e intended to modify ormitigate negative inl9auta upon adjoining residential uses and the transportation system. The review mfa drive-through facility ahm|| include consideration of impacts from the following: noise from the drive-through speaker and/or car redio, glare from vehicle headlights and exterior lighting fixdunoa, fumes to residential uses, and impacts to transportation traffic flow and carrying capacity of the arterial street system. The proposed site will require an on-site interior parking circulation plan as defined by ^ YMC 15.08.030and 15.06.080. � O. Definition. For purposes of this omct|mn. "drive-through" facilities means a window or station for providing service to customers who remain in their vehicle to conduct business transaction, , excluding gas stations and car washes. 15.04.120 Home ns. �,���� �_"��~�^ � A. Purpose. The conduct of a business within a dwelling may be permitted in the residential districts under the provisions of this section. |tie the intent of this section to: 1. Ensure the compatibility of home occupations with other uses permitted in the residential districts; and 2. Maintain and preserve the character of residential neighborhoods; and 3. Pnmnnnte the efficient use ofpublic services and facilities bv assuring these services are provided to the residential population for which they were planned and constructed, rather than commercial uses. 61 Exhibit A B. Table of Permitted Home Occupations. Table 4-2 titled "Table of Permitted Home Occupations" is incorporated as part mf this section. Each permitted hmnnm occupation listed in Table 4-2 is designated as o C|ooa (1). (2) or(3) use for o particular residential zoning district. All permitted home occupations are subject to the standards of this title, including the specific conditions of subsection Cof this section and the applicable review procedures ofYPNC Chapters 15.13, 15.14mnd 15.15. Specific uses not permitted oo home occupations are listed in subsection C9of this section. Table 4-2. Table of Permitted Home Occupations Zoning District SIR R4 ' R'2 ' R'3 B'1 Accountant 1 1 1 1 � Architect 1 1 1 1 Artist, author, arts and crafts 1 1 1 1 Attorney 1 1 1 1 � Barbershop, beauty parlor 2 2 2 2 ' | Short Term Rents| 1 2-i 1 1 | ^ Business administration 1 1 1 1 Cabinet, mill work, carpentry work 2 2 - - - - ---- -- - -- -- --- — — Catering service 2 2 2 2 2 ,Ceramics and sculpting 2 2 2 2 ` Composer 1 1 1 1 - Day care, family home* 1 . 1 1 1 1 Dentist 1 2 ' 2 2 Dog grooming 2 3 3 3 3 Dressmaker, seamotrese. tailor 1 1 1 1 � - . Engineer 1 1 1 1 . Food preparation* 1 2 1 1 1 | Home contractor* 1 1 1 � 21 1 ' � Home instruction* 1--5obudento 1 1 1 1 1 | 6-8 students2 2 2 2 2 Insurance agent 1 1 1 1 Locksmith 1 2 2 1 1 | Phobognapher(not ino|udingpruduutionastudio) 1 �i �i ' �i � | . ' Physician 1 2 2 2 ` . ! Product assemblage* 1 2 2 2 � 1 K8ennagetheropy/upo° 1 1 1 Music teacher 1 1 1 1 ' . Production of small articles by hand without the use of automated or 1 2 2 2 production line equipment ' 'Rodin. television and small appliance repair 2 3 2 2 ������ =`���° R������� "°�=.°~u� A. �� ~ 62 Exhibit A Table 4-2. Table of Permitted Home Occupations Zoning District SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 Real estate agent 1 1 1 1 Secretarial, phone answering, desktop publishing service* 1 1 1 1 Small engine repair 2 Taxicab operator* 1 1 1 2 1 Wedding service 2 2 2 2 2 Unclassified home occupation See YMC 15 04,120(G) NOTES: * Refers to definition in YMC Chapter 15.02. 1 =Type (1) Permitted Home Occupation 2 =Type (2) Review and Approval by the Administrative Official Required 3 =Type(3) Review, Public Hearing and Approval by the Hearing Examiner Required x = Not Permitted C. Necessary Conditions. Home occupations are permitted as an accessory use to the residential use of a property only when all the following conditions are met: 1. The home occupation is conducted inside a structure within property on which is established the primary residence of the practitioner(s). For the purpose of administering this section, "primary residence* shall be defined as the residence where a person or Persons resides for the majority of the calendar year; 2. The home occupation is incidental and subordinate to the residential functions of the property. No action related to the home occupation shall be permitted that impairs reasonable residential use of the dwelling; 3. There are no external alterations to the building which change its character from a dwelling; 4. The portion of the structure or facilities in which a home occupation is to be sited must be so designed that it may be readily converted to serve residential uses; 5. The business is conducted in a manner that will not alter the normal residential character of the premises by the use of color, materials, lighting and signs, or the emission of noise, vibration, dust, glare, heat, smoke or odors; 6. The home occupation does not generate materially greater traffic volumes than would normally be expected in the residential neighborhood; the frequency of deliveries should be comparable to that of a single-family home without a home business; 7. There is no outside storage or display of any kind related to the home occupation; 8. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment that would change the fire rating of the structure; 9. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical equipment that exceeds FCC standards for residential use; 10. The home occupation does not increase water or sewer use so that the combined total use for the dwelling and home occupation is significantly more than the average for residences in the neighborhood; 11. A business license is purchased where required; 12. The home occupation is conducted only by immediate family members residing in the dwelling; A . yr os � Exhibit � 13. All stock intrade kept for sale onthe premises is produced onsite by hand without the use ofautomated or production line equipment. In granting approval for a home occupation, the reviewing official may attach additional * conditions to ensure the home occupation will be in harmony with, and not detrimental to, the character of the residential neighborhood. Any home occupation authorized under the provisions of this title shall be open to inspection and review ot all reasonable times bythe building and enforcement official for purposes of verifying compliance with the conditions of ' approval and other provisions of this title. O. Materials and Storage. The storage of equipment, moberia|a, or goods uhm|| be permitted in connection with a home occupation provided such storage complies with the following standards: 1. All equipment, materials, or goods shall be stored completely within the space designated for home occupation activities and not visible from the public right-of-way. 2. Only those materials or goods that are utilized or produced in connection with the home occupation may be stored within the dwelling unit or accessory building. 3. All flammable orcombustible oomnpounds, pnoduots, or materials shall be maintained and utilized in compliance with fire code. 4. The frequency of home deliveries should be comparable to that of a single-family home without m home occupation associated with the residence. 5. A home occupation permit application (including a site plan) shall be supplied to and approved by the city of Yakima planning division prior to operation of any home occupation. E. Nameplates. Only one nameplate shall be allowed. It may display the name of the occupant and/or the name of the home occupation (e.g., John Jones, Accountant). The nameplate shall be attached to the dwelling, but shall not emommd two square feet in area or be illuminated. F. Application Fee and Review Period. Application for a home occupation shall be made in accordance with the provisions of YMC Chapter 15.11, except as noted, and shall be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. The administrative official may waive part or all of the requirements for a site plan for Class /1\ home occupations. G. Unclassified Home Occupation—Review bythe Hearing Examiner. Home occupations not listed in Table 4-2 shall be reviewed by the hearing examiner in accordance with the provisions a of l/MC Chapter 15.22; prmvided, any unclassified home occupation permitted after rmV|exv and ~ decision by the hearing examiner in a particular district shall be allowed only as o Class /2\ or (3) uoe. H. Home Occupations Not Permitted. The following uemo. by the nature of their operation or � investnnent, have pronounced tendency, once started, to inonaaog beyond the limits permitted � for home occupations and impair the use and value of a residentially zoned area for residential x purposes. Therefore, the uses listed below shall not be permitted as home occupations: 1. Auto repair; 2. Antique shop mr gift shop; 3. Kennel; 4. Veterinary clinic or hospital; � 5. Painting of vehicles, trailers orboats; � 6. Large appliance repair including stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers; � 7. Upholstering; � 8. Machine and sheet metal shops; � - . ~_ ~ 04 � Exhibit a 8. Martial arts school; 10. Taxidermist; 11. radio and mobile telephone system sales and service; 12 Vehicle for the application ofdeca|o\; |. Denial of Application for a Home Occupation. An application for a home occupation shall be denied |fthe administrative official finds that either the application or record fail to establish compliance with the provisions of this chapter. When any application is denied, the administrative officer shall state the specific reasons and cite the specific provisions and sections of this title on which the denial is based. J. Parking. The administrative official shall determine parking requirements for home oocupationa, as provided by`yPWC15.D6.040(B). This determination may be guided by, but not restricted by, the standards ofYK8C Chapter 15.O6. 15.06 rndmrds^-.~/~^/.^...�~~~~~~.~~~����x��������__����_~��^~__^�_~ A. Table of Required Off-Street Parking. The parking standards in Table 0-1. Table of Off- Street Park|ngStandarda. am*emtab|iahedamtheparkingotondapdsfortheueeeindicahsd. These parking requirements are based on gross floor area. "Gross floor area" means the total square footage of all floors in a structure as measured from the interior surface of each exterior wall of the structure and including halls, lobbies, enclosed porches and fully enclosed recreation areas and balconies, but excluding stairways, elevator shafts, attic space, mechanical rooms, naetnmorna, uncovered steps and fire escapes, private gmragea, carports and off-street parking and loading spaces. Storage areas are included in gross floor area. However, the required off- streetpork|ngforsbznagemnaammha|| baca|cu|atedat the rate of one space per five hundred square feet rather than the specific parking standard established in Table 6-1; except when the parking standard for the principal use would require fewer parking spaces (i.e., one space per six hundred square feet). All required off-street parking shall be subject to the procedures of this title and the standards of this section. B. Uome Not Specified. C)ff-otmaat parking requirements for ueam not specifically listed in Table 8-1 aho|| be determined by the reviewing official based upon the requirement for similar uses. a C. Downtown Business District Emonlp1 The downtown business district of Yakima, as shown ^ in Figure 6-1 and hereby adopted as m part of this chapter, shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter as they relate to the number of parking spaces required, except that this ~ exemption shall not apply to property that is used for residential purposes; and further provided, ~ that all the other requirements cf this chapter shall apply to any parking provided bvthe applicant. z � ^°��*°~ ~ �� � '~ . ~ ` on Exhibit IN ' ow--- Parking Exempt Boundary Table 84. Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS AGRICULTURE (COMMERCIAL) Agriculturally related industries 1 space for each employee based nn the maximum working ot any given shift; 1 space for each 3OO square feet of gross floor area for packing and pmceaomgamas� or - - A��0 K oo ^ Exhibit A Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards � � � LAND USE _ PARKING STANDARDS 2 spaces forthe first 1.00Osq.ft. nf gross floor area,plus 1 space for each additional 5.00O sq.ft.for CA storage,warehouse, and refrigeration areas, ! whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official AMUSEMENT AND RECREATx�N Game rooms, card rooms, electronic 1 space for each playing table,for every D seats orevery 3meohinea. game rooms whichever Horse racing tracks, speedways, 1 space for each 5 fixed seats or54^of bench seating .grandstands BmmUngo|eym |5 spaces for each lane Gymnasiums, �1 space for each 2OOeq��ofgmsa floor area Parks(public orprivate) 10 spaces per acre for passive recreation; .20 spaces per field for active recreation�_ Roller and/or ice skating rink _= 1 space for each 1§Osq. ft.oI skating surface area Swimming pools �� 1epooe for each 50mq.ft.-orvateraurfaceaosa 1.Movie theatres _ 1 space for each 4 seats ] Golf courses _ 5 spaces per green o»d1oPoceper3OOeqjtofQman#oororea � /Golf driving ranges 1 space per tee or1 space per 15 feet of driving line,whichever io greatest Auditoriums,exhibition halls,community 1 space for each 1OOsq.ft,of gross floor area centers,fraternal u�aniza§on ' COMMUNITY SERVICES � � Churches, synagogues,temples, and 1 space for each 3 fixed seats(or 54^uf bench-type seating) ^ funeral homes 1apooe for each 4Oaq�#� nf�mnano|reception/gatheringoneo � - Community gardens*(accessory toan None approved principal use)(See ,YMC � � � � � � .. � ~ ' ~ 67 Exhibit A Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Community gardens*(with planting area None of 0.25 acres or less) Community gardens*(with planting area 2 spaces of more than 0.25 acres and up to 0.5 acres) Community gardens*(with planting area 4 spaces of more than 0.5 acres up to 1 acre) Convalescent, nursing and group homes 1 space for each 2 beds Fire and police stations 1 space for each 200 sq ft. of gross floor area Halfway houses(detention centers) 1 space for each 2 beds Hospitals 1.5 spaces for each bed Schools: Primary, elementary 3 spaces for each classroom,or 1 space for each 3 seats(54"bench-type seating)in the assembly area,whichever is greater Junior,senior Same as primary/elementary and 1 space for each 4 students over 16 years old Junior or community colleges 1 space for each 400 sq. ft. of gross floor area Juvenile detention centers 1.5 spaces for each bed Libraries 1 space for each 100 sq.ft. of gross floor area Museums, art galleries 1 space for each 100 sq. ft,of gross floor area Preschools,day care centers 1 space for each employee plus 1 space for each 6 children Vocational and business schools 1 space for each 400 sq. ft.of gross floor area MANUFACTURING(MASS PRODUCTION) All uses listed under manufacturing in 1 space for each employee per maximum shift Table 4-1 4.4 68 Exhibit A Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS RESIDENTIAL Accessory dwelling units 1 space Single-family dwelling 2 spaces Two-family dwellings 4 spaces Multifamily d lingsDevelooment 10 units or less 2 spaces per dwelling More than 10 units 1.5 spaces per dwelling Retirement homes 1 space for each dwelling unit RETAIL TRADE AND SERVICES AddffistmgancteRogfa3 Automobile and truck, manufactured 1 space for each 500 sq.ft. of showroom and 1 space for each 1,000 sq. ft. of homes,travel trailer sales retail sales floor area Automotive: Automobile maintenance and service 2 spaces per service area including work bays shops Car wash 6 spaces per wash bay Car wash, self-service 1 space for each 1,000 sq ft of gross floor area Paint and body repair 2 spaces per service area including work bays Specialized repair shops(battery, 2 spaces per service area including work bays radiator, etc.) Wrecking and dismantling yards 1 space for each 500 sq.ft. of gross floor area Beauty and barber shops 1 space for each 400-Th sq. ft.of gross floor area Short Term Rental 1,1-spaces for each guest room ibEx on Exhibit A Table G4.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS - Building and contractors 1 space for each 8OOsq.ft. of gross floor area Connmqam Living Facility I space for e"erv3beds —4-1.4-seating d6v*+hmeo aoe4-usame-M*F-eaGe*npky� � Drug stores 1 space for each 2O0sq.ft,uf gross floor area Employment agencies(ph,aue) 1 space for each 2OOsq.ft. nf gross floor area Espresso/coffee stand with orwithout 1 space for each 5O sq.ft. of gross floor area, including outside seating, and drive-through one space for each employee ' Farm supplies 1 space for each 8OOsq.ft,nfgross floor area Florists 1 space for each 5OO sq.*,cf gross floor area Financial institutions 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area Furniture, home furnishings, appliances 1 space for each 800sq. ft. of gross floor area Geee�w�na _ �apow Heating and plumbing equipment stores 1 space for each 400 sq.ft. of gross floor area � �.ft,Of 9106&ROOF re / Home occupations See YMC15,O4]2O(J) House4G4aWianGe,small eng�ne,-W Insurance agents, brokers and service 1 space for each 200 sq. #.of gross floor area agencies - Wq*"efea 4apame4e IN DEX �� _ 1 70 Exhibit A Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Lumber yards 1 space for each 800 sq. ft,of gross floor area of structure and covered storage area Nurseries 1 space for each 400 sq,ft, of G.F.A. of structure and permanent outside display and sales area Medical and dental laboratories, offices, 1 space for each 200 sq.ft.of gross floor area and clinics Motels and hotels 1.2 spaces for each guest room Multiple use centers(3 or more uses with shared parking) —having less than 25,000 sq.ft,of gross 1 space for each 300 sq,ft. of gross floor area floor area —having 25,001-400,000 sq.ft, of gross 4-1 spaces for each 49Q400 sq. ft. of gross floor area floor area —having 400,001--600,000 sq,ft.of 5-1 spaces for each 2,2500 sq.ft. of gross floor area gross floor area —having 600,001+sq.ft, of gross floor 6 spaces for each 2O60O sq,ft.of gross floor area area Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 1 space for each 400 sq.ft.of gross floor area Professional office building for use by 1 space for each 200 sq. ft.of gross floor area accountants, attorneys,etc. , Radt t -stodtortr„-offices 4-erta a Real estate offices 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area Restaurant, cafe, and drive-in eating 1 space for each 50 sq.ft. of indoor public floor area, and 1 space for each facilities 200 sq. ft. of outdoor public eating area A -1mg 71 Exhibit A Table 6-1. Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Pets" s ' Retail trade establishments in Table 4-1 but not listed in this table —less than 25,000 sq. ft. of gross floor 1 space for each 300 sq. ft.of gross floor area area —25,001-400,000 sq.ft of gross floor 4-1 spaces for each 1,500400 sq. ft. of gross floor area area 400,001-600,000 sq. ft. of gross floor 5-1 spaces for each , 00 sq. ft. of gross floor area area 600,001+sq.ft. of gross floor area 6-1 spaces for each 00 sq.ft. of gross floor area Service stations 2 spaces for working/service area, including bays 4Taverns and bars, dine,drink, and dance 1 space for each 75 sq ft of gross floor area establishments Waste material processing and junk 1 space for each 500 sq. ft.of gross floor area handling TRANSPORTATION Bus terminals, storage and maintenance 1 space for each 300 sq. ft.of gross floor area facilities Air, rail and truck terminals 1 space for each 300 sq.ft.of gross floor area Taxicab terminals, maintenance and 1 space for each 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area dispatching centers UTILITIES Utility services 1 space for each 800 sq. ft,of gross floor area * F./: 72 Exhibit A Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS WHOLESALE TRADE Wholesale trade warehouses 1 space for each employee based on the maximum working at any given shift; or 1 space for each 300 square feet of gross floor area for packing and processing areas; 2 spaces for the first 1,000 sq.ft. of gross floor area, plus 1 space for each additional 5,000 sq.ft.for CA storage,warehouse,and refrigeration areas; whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official Residential mini-storage 1 space for each 300 s ft,of rasa floor area of office space • _ orage-on Y Ytat -- --tegory How to Use Table 6-1: 1, Calculate the gross floor area for the structure.(See YMC 15,06,040 to determine gross floor area.) 2. Determine the amount of gross floor area used for storage rooms. 3 Required off-street parking for storage is one space per 500 square feet. 4: And the proposed use in Table 6-1: Example: — The gross floor area of the structure is 3,000 sq.ft. 1,000 sq.ft. of the structure is used for storage.The parking standard for storage rooms is one space per 500 sq ft.(YMC 15 06.040), 1,000÷500=2 off-street parking spaces for the storage area, — The proposed use is a shoe shop.According to Table 6-1, shoe shops require one off-street parking space for each 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area,2,000 +300=6.6 or seven spaces, since fractions of parking spaces are rounded up (YMC 15.06.050(A)). — The total required off-street parking of this use is:2 spaces(for storage area)+7 spaces(for the rest of the gross area)=9 spaces. 15.09.010 PurposeSt , , ......... , , . . . The ur ose of this cha ter is to establish s e la!nevelt) merit standards for ceilairt t es of devote merit within the City of Yakima. ' ' * 73 Exhibit A Aveclay-Distrist ' Greenway Plan Ove-Fiays-es tety Ya ;.moair Terming!at Overlay(ccc- MC MeAllisteF- Chapter 1-5,30) aw -deeairspaee per-FAR-Rarl-7:7 Institut' (see YMC " Chapter 15.31) needs Master-Panned tkIlaster-planned-development inuctrialorrniouce iFes' Caper 16.28) evest 'oodØaeay City of Yakirna Crittcat Area Farograrn-(fleod-hazard-areas); Onlinanse-YMC 1527; gt4erel` MPcG YMC Title 17 , F Fnectitisation-thefeteris-pPapesed-withi , - 0-141-fard-2-009-084- , Br* 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays. A. Purpose. The overlays are established to coordinate the provisions established in the zoning ordinance with more detailed policies and standards adopted in other plans and ordinances. Specific overlays have been established as follows: Overlay District Districts or Programs Greenway Overlay Yakima River Regional Greenway Plan Overlays established separately Airport Safety Yakima Air Terminal at Overlay (see YMC McAllister Field; other Chapter 15.30) public airport with defined airspace per FAR Part 77 Institutional Large-scale institutional Overlay (see YMC facilities with special Chapter 15,31) locational needs Master Planned Master planned Development development(residential, Overlay (see YMC commercial, industrial or Chapter 15.28) mixed-use development) Floodplain Overlay National Flood Insurance Program (flood hazard areas)i City of Yakima DOC. iNDEX A-1 74 Exhibit A Overlay District Districts orProqromnm Critical Area Ordinance YK8C15.2S, Shoreline WasterPDqram YMC Title 17 B. Application. The provisions of this chapter shall app1y when all ora portion ofa development, or modification thereto, is proposed within the boundaries of aO overlay, (Ord. 2010-029 § 1 (Enh. A) (part)`2U16: Ord. 2010-16 § 13 (p8rt)` 2010: Ord. 2009-09 & 1 (part), 2009: Ord. 2O08~46 .4 1 (part), 2QU0: Ord. 294741 (parU+1986). AC. Project Review in an Overlay Not Separately Established. In order to assure the appropriate standards are applied, all Class (1) uses in an overlay which is not separately established unless otherwise specified shall be subject to Type (2) review(YMC Chapter 15.14). All Class (2) uses shall be subject to Type (2) review and Class (3) uses in an overlay district shall besubject to Type (3) review. The administrative official may condition or deny approval of any use, development, or modification thereto in an overlay based on the provisions set forth and adopted by this section. 1 EQ. Special Development Standards in the Greenway Overlay. All development in the greenway overlay shall conform to the requirements and standards of the underlying zoning district and the policies and intent of the Yakima River Regional Greenxvmy Plan. | qE. Special Development Standards in the F|oodp|minOverlay. All development inthe floodplain overlay shall conform to the requirements and standards of the underlying zoning district, and the City of Yakima's adopted Critical Area (YMC 15.27) and Shoreline Master Program /YyNC Title 17\ ordinances. 1� 0�045��cc��sor dwelling units. --1.--.�' -.----------.�� -xn�--n!�un--.�_ -------- A. Purpose. The purpose of the accessory dwelling unit (ADU) provisions are to: | 1. Provide home propertyovvnorovvithanopportunitvfore»troinoonme. 00nnpmn|onah|p. and security; ^. 2. Better utilize existing infrastructure and community resources (oevver. water, noedo. etc.); 3. Provide a housing type that allows flexibility to respond to changing needs and lifestyles; 4. Add to the supply ofaffordable dwelling units; and 5. Protect neighborhood character and atmb|||b/ by ensuring thmtAOUo are compatible with surrounding land uses. B. Requirements. An accessory dwelling unit iso permitted use zoningdistricts (See ingle faffl.ily dwellingon all parcels containing a single-family dwelling (See Y..MC§ !,��04,030, Table 4-1 for Level of'Review) subject to all of the following conditions: 1. The accessory dwelling unit may be attached to the primary residence or attached to or above a detached garage, or be its own stand-alone structure. shall net be visible fF--- - 000ment. N��������� �°��� �� _ _ 75 Exhibit 32. Paved off-street parking shall be provided oo required inYK8C Chapter 15.D8 for both the ADUand the primary residence, separately, located mn the lot they are intended to serve. 43. The/\IDU'a floor area shall not exceed 1`00Osquare+fe 11"Fed SquaFe feet in size wGuld be WFAited to eight hundlFed Sq..-r-feet. A pFima;y ,54. The ADU's exterior walls shall be designed so as to be similar in style, color, and building materials to the primary detached dwelling. / 65. "'' "`'" attached "'the primary structure shall have the same building setbacks wu the primarystructure. AnAC>U that ia attached to, orbuilt above, m detached garage ora stand-alone structure shall have the same building setbacks as an accessory structure. 76. A parcel/lot shall contain no more than one single-family residence and one ADU. 87. A[)Uaehm|| not beallowed on parcels containing m duplex or multifamily dwelling, or e cmnnnnenoia| or industrial structure/use. | 98. AC}Um shall only be permitted on paroe|e/|uha sized appropriately for o duplex per YN4CG15.D5.O3O. Tab|e5-2. A[JUopnzpmeedon |ctmmmoUerthanthemninimunn |mtsize may be approved after undergoing one additional level of review as shown in YMC § 15.04.030. Table 4-1. [ / 4-0Q9. The primary residence and the ADU shall both be connected to public sewer and water. m. If the ADU is attached to the primary dwelling unit, the two dwelling units shall share o single sewer and water connection. b. If the ADU is attached to, or located above, a detached garage, or is a stand- alone structure, each unit maVsha,4 have its own sewer and water connection, with required meters, or share the sewer and water connection with the pricnarydvve||inA unit consistent with applicable code(A. 4410. A lot containing mnAOU oho|| not besubdivided, or otherwise segregated in ovvnerohip, in a way that separates the AC)U and the primary dwelling unit on different lots, � except as permitted under Y&@C Title 14. 431 1. The site plan for the construction or conversion of an ADU shall indicate the ADU. 4-412. Any exterior stairs shall be placed in the rear or side yard. 4-513. A deed restriction, signed by the property owner and the city, shall be recorded with the Yakima County auditor's office providing notice tm potential buyers nf the ADU restrictions. C. Enforcement. The city retains the right with reasonable notice to inspect the AC>U for compliance with the provisions of this section. O. Elimination. The city retains the right with reasonable notice to withdraw occupancy approval if any of the requirements under subsection B of this section are violated. In the event the city withdraws occupancy, the property owner may: 1. |f attached, merge the existing /\[>Uto the single-family dwelling; or 2. |f detached, use the building for storage only mr remove the structure from the pnenniomo. �����w�m °~�� . UNIDEX 76 Exhibit A 15'g9.Q50 Performance standards—Emissions. - _ '' '-'_ ---_ -_--_-_--_ _-----__' --_ - ' - ' - - - -- ' ---- A. Purpose and Application. The purpose of this section iebz provide guidelines and general standards governing emissions and miscellaneous items covered herein for use in evaluating the impact cf proposed and ex|atinq developments and uses, or changes or alterations thereto, being considered under the terms of this Title. A reviewing official, including those engaged in Type (1) nyv|emz-ofBdnm|niatratixe modification revieVV, or compliance under\"k8C CU. 15.25 may impose reasonable conditions, or in appropriate instances deny proposed developments based on the standards and guidelines set forth in this aeotion, in order to oonune that permitted and existing uses do not generate gases, fumes, heat, glare, vibrations, or store solid waste in a manner inconsistent with the intent of the district and/or incompatible with surrounding uses. B. Gases, Fumes and Vapors. The emission of any gases, fumes, or vapors dangerous to human health, animal |ifo, vegetation, or property is prohibited. C. Heat. No use shall produce heat significantly perceptible beyond its lot lines. O. Glare. No use shall produce a strong dazzling light, or reflection of a strong dazzling light, beyond its lot lines. E. Vibrations. No use shall cause vibrations or concussions detectable beyond its lot lines without the aid of instruments, except for vibration resulting from construction activity. F. Storage and Waste Disposal. All rnatmrim|o and waste which might cause fumes ordust, constitute a fire hazard. produce offensive odora, or which may be edible or otherwise attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored in closed containers and in a manner to eliminate or prevent such hazards. 15.09.080 Special requirements for bed andrentals rttmrrn n . ' ' ' Short term rentals shall meet all applicable health, fire, aofetv, and building codes. Any reception hall or meeting room shall berestricted to serve nm more than the ' total number of tenants, unless otherwise specifically authorized. In addition, A*+ssMo[tternl rentals shall be subject bo the following requirements, A. Home occupation rt term rentals shall meetaU(i3Unecessary conditions listed iNYMC15.04^.12D(C) and 'be operated eoeenot to give the appeafan" the rights mf neighboring residents tm peaceful occupancy of their homes. Minimal outward modifications of the structure or grounds may be made only if such changes are compatible with the character of the neighborhood. | B. If provided, A4meals shall only be served to guests, even if required to be licensed as restaurant under state nagu|ationo, except as otherwise permitted in this title. ...9difloatiGRG OF bed and bFeakfast. 9C. The front yard area shall not be used for off-street parking for uesb* unless the parking area io screened and found tobe compatible with the neighborhood or unless waived by the reviewing official. �����* ���~ =~ . 0������y �������°� _a /� -k �~_ r � � � __ y�� - n Exhibit A E[>. One noniUunn|noted or externally illuminated o|Qn not exceeding the maximum size aUomed within the applicable zoning district, and bearing only the name of the short term rental4*o and/or operator, shall bapermitted. F-E. The administrative official may authorize use of the bmcl,a Rd breakfast innehnrt term rental forneuemtiona. QroupnneeUngeandopeo|m| gather|nQobooedupontheeizeof1hemasidmncei;0, availability of adequate off-street parking spaces, public health considerations, and compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood. GF. No more than five lodging or guest rooms shall be allowed for home occupations. G. There shall be no exterior alteration to the buildinq which would change its character from a dvveUlnq. H. The portion of therenideno � �uaedfor� �h� t8nnrenta|aha\| bedeoignedth8t �nnaybe � k�� P��di|y�un�� �� �� ��rV� [�� nba| uses. |,, ,,,,,The ahort term rental shall beoVnductedinonnonner that vvi|| not alter the normal residential _ _ character of the,prernises by the use of color, materials, |ight|nq and signs, or the emission of noise, V|hFaton, dust, g|aFe, heat, smoke or odors. J. The short term rental ahe|| notqenerote materially graahartroffic volumes than vvuu/d normally be expected in the residential neighborhood. K. The short term rental shall not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment that xyou|gchanqe the fire rating of the residence or exceed FCC standards for residential use. ' L. A business license shall berequired. 15 �� 100 �r�v�bemtmmetmavienw requirements. ' / -' - ' -' - -' --' ' - - - -' ............... Private Roads—General Requirements. Private streets serving three |otm, housing units ormore | may be approved aaan element ofa plat, short plat or master planned development overlay (YK8CChaoter 15.28), a mobile home/manufactured park (YK8C 15.04.150). mcondominiunn or within a binding site plan in conformance with subdivision requirements. A. Any private road that is located in a private street subdivision shall be constructed tothe minimum standard of the appropriate jurisdiction and shall be permanently retained and maintained aao private road. B. Private roads are the responsibility ofthe landowners toconstruct and maintain in accordance with TW1C Chaoter15I9 and shall be specified ina homeowner's association, development agreement or other maintenance plan. C. Names for private roads shall be approved by city planning division. O. Private roadway signs with street name designations shall be provided by and maintained by the developer or homeowner's association and shall be located at the intersections of private roads. Such signs shall meet the specifications set forth by the respective governing body. ������ ������. W������� ,"°��°�^^ ~ � ~ � 78 Exhibit A E. A gate may be installed at the entrance to a private etnaet, provided there is a rnininnunn of 50feet between the public street and the gate and the width of each travel aisle is 24faet. F. A private gate shall not obstruct emergency, public service, or utility vehicles access, ' ' G. Private roads and their entire easement or right-of-way width shall be open and available ' for use by emergency, public service, and utility vehicles. H. The face of any p|ot, short p|mt, master development p|an, binding site p|an, or condominium document containing a private road, and all subsequent documents transferring ownership of lots within such plat or short p|mt, oho|| bear the following language: The City of Yakima has no responsibility to build, improve, maintain or otherwise service any private road for this plat/short plat. Any right-of-way dedicated to the public by this plat/short plat shall not be opened as m City (or County) street until such time aoitio improved tm city street standards and accepted ae part of the City transportation system. |. The placement of utilities shall be coordinated as much as possible with the placement of private roads and public r|ghto-of-xvay. J. Utility easements having a minimum width of eight feet ahm|| serve each interior lot. Utility easements shall be located outside private access easements and dedicated road rights-of-way - unless approved otherwise by the city engineer _Y5_g9,210 Special,requirements^f�r^r�ta�/in "�...... "_^-_" Retaining walls may be made of any material commonly used for this purpose, such as block, tinnbmr, stone or concrete, except that the following nnmter|a|a are prohibited: 1. Materials not manufactured for, or customarily used on, retaining vvm||s unless said materials are certified —� professional enqineer 15.11'020 A ~ All applications shall comply with the following requirements: A. Applications shall bein writing on forms provided by the department; � B. Each submitted land use application shall be completed in its entirety, and contain all narratives, � supplemental norraUxuo, site planu, or other required attachments as specified by the pertinent application. For � Type (1) or(2) reviews for developed sites for which there io limited proposed change,the application uhoU � include a general site plan in print or digital form in conformance with YIVIC 15,11.030; provided,the administrative official at their discretion may require additional information to clarify the application or determine � compliance with the provisions of this title. For Type(3) nmiew, the application shall include o detailed site plan in conformance with YIVIC15J 1.040 C. All epp|icm1ions, including oType(1) noximw, uho|| be signed by the property owner orhis agent authorized in writing toduso; D. Applications shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee as established by ordinance; � ^ � 7e � Exhibit � E. An application is not complete unless it includes all required information, attachments and fees. No application shall be considered officially filed until accepted aa complete by the division; and F. Applications for Type(2) and (3) reviews shall include a minimum eleven-inch by seventeen-inch reproducible copy of the site plan in print or digital form. In the event of expanded review, additional copies may , be required at the applicant's expense. Site plans shall be developed in accordance with Y/NC 15-11,030Fo,15.1o.04O,aaapplicable. Table 114. Notice Requirements � Notice of Notice nfHearing Notice of City Council , Application Examiner or Reoommendetiun/Omciaion Hearing � Yakima Planning Commission � Public Hamrin g Type(1)Review (Not Required) (Not Required) Notice ofDecision (Not Required) ~Applicant � � Type(2) Review ^Applicant (Not Required) Notice ofDecision (Not Required) � Property owners ^ who received � . within 300-foot the Notice cfApplication � radius | ^Any additional parties cfrecord � / ^ City In-house � Distribution List Type(3)Review"^Applicant (at least 20dayo Notice nf Decision (mail 3days Not Required) � prior Vohearing) after hiu rendered) � ^ Parties nfReuor : _ "~Appivart ^ Certified mail hoapplicant ^ ^ Property owners � �whhin30O'hxot ^ Partieu/agonoieu ^ Regular mail hn parties and :radius who received the |agencies who received the : ` Notice of Notice ofApplication � ^City In-house Application � ] Distribution List ^Any add�onudpa�eouf record � ^ ^&nyaddb�na � �^ Posting io parties of record required prior ho � � issuance ofnotice ^ Local Media , Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning � |Commission ^ Publish legal ad � ~� . in the newspaper Appeals Notice of Appeal of See Notice of Notice uf Hearing Examiner's ^ City Clerk will �Administrative Application Decision publish legal odand For SEpAappeal Official's Decision send notice hothe �see yMCCh. and Public Hearing i. Certified mail 0oapplicant following: 8.88 | | �� _ ao Exhibit � Table 11-1. Notice Requirements Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission : Public Hearing � �^Appellant � � agencies who received the � � ~The official whose Notice of Application � � decision inbeing decision isbeing � : appealed Any additional parties cf record appealed � � ~ pomeaxagenmao Hearing Examiner � l � who received the � � . , Notice of Parties andApplication � agencies who � received the Notice � � ^ Posting property of Application � � and publishing a � ~ legal ad �nequi�d ^ � Any additional � parties of record � Notice of Appeal of � [ Hearing Examiner's � Decision ^Appellant The | � l^ whose decision is being | � appealed | / ^Parties and agencies who "received the Notice : — Application Ce|Tmwmr 'SeeYMC1 Table � Planned ^Applicant (at least 20doys Notice of Recommendation City Clerk will � Development , prior tohearing) publish legaladand � Property owners ^ Regular mail to applicant and to the � wbhin3UU'fomt ^Applicant parties ofrecord r»/mw/nQ: � radius � | . Parties/agencies Applicant � � �^City In-house who received the � Distribution List Notice of Notice ofDecision � ' Application who received the � ^ Posting is NoUn*���ppiue� Uon ~ ^Ap��an mnoiveucover|e�er required prior ho ^Any additional with ordinance if approved or � issuance ofnotice parties ufrecord Cuunci|'o findings ifdenied Any additional parties ofrecord � Local Media 81 Exhibit A Table 11-1. Notice Requirements Notice of Notice of Hearing', Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing • Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning Commission • Publish legal ad in the newspaper Rezone •Applicant (at least 20 days Notice of Recommendation • City Clerk will prior to hearing) publish legal ad in • Property owners • Regular mail to applicant and the newspaper and within 300-foot •Applicant parties of record send notice to the radius following: • Parties/agencies •City In-house who received the Applicant Distribution List Notice of Notice of Decision Application - Parties/agencies • Posting is •Applicant receives cover letter who received the requiredprior to •Anyadditional Notice of Application" q with ordinance if approved or issuance of notice parties of record Council's findings if denied Any additional • Local Media parties of record • Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning Commission • Publish legal ad in the newspaper Comprehensive See YMC Ch. 16.10 Plan Amendment Right-of-Way See E79YMC Ch. 14.21 Vacation SEPA See YMC Ch. 6.88 Shoreline See YMC Ch. 17.13 and WAC 173-27-110 Subdivisions See YMC Title 14 and RCW 58.17 15 17.020 Modification to permitted development and uses regulated. Minor changes to existing or approved Class (1), (2) or(3) uses or development may qualify for abbreviated review under the provisions in this chapter, if they meet the criteria listed below. Overlay districts shall not increase the level of review for the provisions of this chapter. Modifications not meeting the criteria below must apply directly for review as a Class (1), (2) or (3) use or development. I 82 Exhibit A A. The modification will not increase residential density that would require an additional level of review; B. The modification will not increase the amount of parking by more than ten percent or twenty spaces (whichever is least), except that the amount of parking for controlled atmosphere and cold storage warehouses may be increased by up to twenty spaces. This limit shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; C. Any expansion of use area or structure will not exceed fifty percent of the gross floor area. The expansion of an existiri single-familyhome may exceed the fifty ercent limit when all applicable setback and lot coverage standards are met. This limit shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; D. The modification will not increase the height of any structure; E. This limit shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; F. The modification will not add a drive-thru facility; and G. The modification does not include hazardous materials. 15.19.050 Continuation of nonconforming uses. A. Generally. Any legal nonconforming use may continue as long as it remains otherwise lawful. Any change or expansion of the nonconforming use shall be made in accordance with the provisions of YMC 15,19.070 or 15.19.080. B. Continuation When a Nonconforming Use is Damaged or Destroyed. When a nonconforming use and associated structure are damaged, the nonconforming use may be replaced as it was prior to the damage. If the structure was also nonconforming, the structure may be rebuilt as it was immediately prior to the damage or in a manner that is more conforming in accordance with YMC 15.19.080. C. Continuation of Nonconforming Single-Family Dwellings, Existing Single-Family Dwellings in the Commercial and Industrial Zoning Districts may be expanded, reconstructed, or rebuilt in accordance with the provisions of YMC Ch. 15,17 (Modification). 2. YMC Ch. 6.88 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions. 1. For residential dwelling units in WAC 197-11-800(1)(b)(i): a. Ty-Sixty dwelling units in the R 2, R-3, B 1, B 2, SCC, LCC, CBD, GC, ant RD zoning dictrictefor Duplex and Multifamily residential development; b. Nine-Thirty dwelling units for Single Family Residential Development; 2. For office, school, commercial, recreational, service or storage buildings in WAC 197- 11-800(1)(b)(iii): DOC. 1740EX 83 Exhibit A a. Neither more than twelveThrtv thousand square feet nor more than .1,-- ninety parking spaces in the B 1, B 2, SCC, LOC, AS, CBD, GC, RD, M 1 and NI 2 parkkspaees.inafl other zoning districts; 3. For infill development consistent with the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and ROW 43,210229: a. Residential Development up to 100 dwelling units in the GC and CBD zoning districts, and land in the R-3 zoning district located adjacent to a Principal Arterial. eb,Mixed Use Development up to 100 dwelling units on upper floors in the GC and CBD zoning districts, 3. YMC Title 14 14.25.040 Lot design. Each lot within a subdivision shall comply with the following design standards and requirements: A. Double frontage lots, as defined in YMC 14.10.020, are permitted only where determined by the city council, or the administrator in the case of short subdivisions, to be essential to provide separation of residential lots from major and secondary arterial streets or high-intensity land uses or to overcome specific disadvantages of topography or parcel configuration. When double frontage lots are used, access shall be limited to only one of the fronting streets. B. All lots within a subdivision shall have direct access to and frontage upon a dedicated public street or be accessed by an easement. Access easements cannot serve more than one lot. Minimum street frontage and/or access easement width shall be at least twenty feet. Lots intended for residential use should not access a principal or minor arterial. C. Private streets conforming to YMC 12.06.090 may be allowed within a master planned development pursuant to YMC Chapter 15.28, or as part of a new Short Subdivision or Subdivision. D. All lots not located in a master planned development subdivision shall have a minimum lot width at the building setback line consistent with Table 5-2 (YMC Chapter 15.05). 84 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER B SEPA Checklist B-1 SEPA Checklist 02/20/2019 ................ 85 Aiwa • ENVIRONMENTAL CHECKLIST AFIII BIM\ IrIMP& STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT(SEPA) CITY OF YAKIinMA (AS TAKEN FROM WAC 197-11-960) mng YAKIMA MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 6.88 PURPOSE OF CHECKLIST Governmental agencies use this checklist to help determine whether the environmental impacts of your proposal are significant. This information is also helpful to determine if available avoidance, minimization or compensatory mitigation measures will address the probable significant impacts or if an environmental impact statement will be prepared to further analyze the proposal. INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLICANTS This environmental checklist asks you to describe some basic information about your proposal. Please answer each question accurately and carefully, to the best of your knowledge. You may need to consult with an agency specialist or private consultant for some questions. You may use"not applicable"or"does not apply"only when you can explain why it does not apply and not when the answer is unknown. You may also attach or incorporate by reference additional studies reports. Complete and accurate answers to these questions often avoid delays with the SEPA process as well as later in the decision- making process. The checklist questions apply to all parts of your proposal, even if you plan to do them over a period of time or on different parcels of land. Attach any additional information that will help you describe your proposal or its environmental effects. The agency to which you submit this checklist may ask you to explain your answers or provide additional information reasonably related to determining if there may be significant adverse impact. USE OF CHECKLIST FOR NONPROJECT PROPOSALS For non-project proposals(such as ordinances, regulations, plans and programs), complete the applicable parts of sections A and B plus the SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS(part D). Please completely answer all questions that apply and note that the words"project", "applicant", and"property or site" should be read as"proposal," "proponent," and "affected geographic area," respectively. The lead agency may exclude (for non-projects) questions in Part B — Environmental Elements that do not contribute meaningfully to the analysis of the proposal. A.BACKGROUND INFORMATION(To be completed by the applicant.) 1. Name Of Proposed Project(If Applicable): City of Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance Amendments—YMC Title 15; Environmental Policy YMC Ch. 6.88, and Subdivision Amendments YMC Title 14 2. Applicant's Name& Phone: City of Yakima Planning Division, (509)575-6183 3. Applicant's Address: 129 North Second Street, Yakima, WA 98901 4. Contact Person& Phone: Joseph Calhoun, 509-575-6042 5. Agency Requesting Checklist: City of Yakima 6. Proposed Timing Or Schedule(Including Phasing, If Applicable): N/A—Non Project Action 7. Do you have any plans for future additions,expansion,or further activity related to or connected with this proposal? If yes,explain: None at this time 8. List any environmental information you know about that has been prepared,or will be prepared,directly related to this proposal: None known. Per WAC 197-11-315(1)(e), as a non-project proposal, section B of the Environmental Checklist will not be filled out. 9. Do you know whether applications are pending for governmental approvals of other proposals directly affecting the property covered by your proposal? If yes,explain: None Pending 10. List any government approvals or permits that will be needed for your proposal,if known: SEPA determination, City of Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing, and City Council Approval. Revised 07/2015 Page 4 INDEX (6--\ 86 11. Give a brief, but complete description of your proposal, including the proposed uses and the size of the project and site. There are several questions later in this checklist that ask you to describe certain aspects of your proposal. You do not need to repeat those answers on this page. (Lead agencies may modify this form to include additional specific information on project description.): The City of Yakima Planning Division is proposing non-project minor amendments to the following Zoning Ordinance Sections:YMC 15.02.020 Definitions,YMC 15.03.020(B)R-1 District Intent Statement; YMC 15.04.040, Table 4-1 Permitted Land Uses; YMC 15.04.060 Accessory Uses; YMC 15.04.080 Drive- through facilities; YMC 15.04.120 Home Occupations; YMC 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards; YMC 15.09.010 [Special Development Standards] Purpose; YMC 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays; YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units; YMC 15.09.050 Performance standards-Emissions; YMC 15.09.080 Special requirements for short term rentals;YMC 15.09.100 Private street review requirements;YMC 15.09.210 Special requirements for retaining walls; YMC 15.11.020 Application requirements;YMC 15.17.020 Modification to permitted development uses regulated; and YMC 15.19.050 Continuation of nonconforming uses. Additionally, changes are proposed to YMC 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions;and YMC 14,25,040 Lot design. xx 12. Location of the proposal. Give sufficient information for a person to understand the precise location of your proposed project,including a street address,if any,and section,township,and range,if known. If a proposal would occur over a range of area,provide the range or boundaries of the site(s). Provide a legal description,site plan,vicinity map,and topographic map,if reasonably available.While you should submit any plans required by the agency,you are not required to duplicate maps or detailed plans submitted with any permit applications related to this checklist: City Limits C. SIGNATURE(To be completed by the applicant.) The above answers are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the lead agency is relying on them to make its decision. 12 — � 5 ro y Owner or Agent Signature Date Submitted Name of Signee Position and Agency/Organiion D. SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the Space Reserved For applicant.) (IT IS NOT NECESSARY to use this sheet for project actions) Agency Comments Because these questions are very general, it may be helpful to read them in conjunction with the list of the elements of the environment. When answering these questions, be aware of the extent the proposal, or the types of activities that would likely result from the proposal, would affect the item at a greater intensity or at a faster rate than if the proposal were not implemented. Respond briefly and in general terms. 1. How would the proposal be likely to increase discharge to water; emissions to air; production,storage,or release of toxic or hazardous substances; or production of noise? The proposed changes will not affect how land uses discharge to water, emissions to the air, storage, or release of toxic or hazardous substances,or the production of noise. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce such increases are: None proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 2. How would the proposal be likely to affect plants,animals,fish,or marine Iife? The proposed changes will not affect plants, animals, fish,or marine life, as they are regulatory in nature. Revised 07/2015 Page 15 DOC. INDEX 87 D. SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET FOR NONPROJECT ACTIONS (To be completed by the Space Reserved For applicant.) (IT IS NOT NECESSARY to use this sheet for project actions) Agency Comments Proposed measures to protect or conserve plants,animals,fish,or marine life are: None proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 3. How would the proposal be likely to deplete energy or natural resources? The proposed changes do not involve regulations dealing with energy or natural resources. Proposed measures to protect or conserve energy and natural resources are: None Proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 4. How would the proposal be likely to use or affect environmentally sensitive areas or areas designated (or eligible or under study) for governmental protection; such as parks, wilderness, wild and scenic rivers, threatened or endangered species habitat, historic or cultural sites,wetlands, floodplains,or prime farmlands? The proposed changes will not change or affect any environmental sensitive areas or regulations. Proposed measures to protect such resources or to avoid or reduce impacts are: None Proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 5. How would the proposal be likely to affect land and shoreline use, including whether it would allow or encourage land or shoreline uses incompatible with existing plans? No change to shoreline uses are proposed. Depending on future proposals, the level of review will be dependent on the type of use and zoning district. Proposed measures to avoid or reduce shoreline and land use impacts are: None Proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 6. How would the proposal be likely to increase demands on transportation or public services and utilities? Increases to traffic as a result of increased residential and/or project density will be examined at the project level. Proposed measures to reduce or respond to such demand(s)are: None Proposed. Any future measures to avoid such increases will be dealt with at the project level. 7. Identify,if possible,whether the proposal may conflict with local,state,or federal laws or requirements for the protection of the environment. The proposed changes will not conflict with any local, state, or federal laws, or requirements for the protection of the environment. Revised 07/2015 Page 6 DOC. INDEX 15-\ 88 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER C Applications C-1 Application for Text Amendments 02/20/2019 89 Arff/ •ww,.. LAND USE APPLICATION II w. law CITY OF YAKIMA,DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT p6honyilimd 129 NORTH SECOND STREET,2ND FLOOR,YAKIMA,WA 98901 PHONE: (509)575-6183 FAX:(509)575-6105 INSTRUCTIONS—PLEASE READ FIRST AND ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS COMPLETELY. If you have any questions about this form or the application process,please ask to speak with a planner. All necessary attachments and the filing fee are required upon submittal.Filing fees are not refundable.This application consists of several parts. PART I-GENERAL INFORMATION, PART II —SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION, and PART III—CERTIFICATION arc on this page. PART II, III, and IV contain additional information specific to your proposal and MUST he attached to this page to complete the application. PART I—GENERAL INFORMATION Name: City of Yakima Planning Division 1.Applicant's Information:I Mailing Address: 129 North Second Street City: Yakima St: WA Zip; 98901 Phone ; (509)575-6183 E-Mail: ask.planninggyakimawa.gov 2.Applicant's Interest in Other Local Check One: Owner 0 Agent Ej Purchaser ILI Property: Government._ Name: 3. Property Owner's Mailing Address: Information (If other ; than Applicant): City: St: Zip:I Phone ( ) E-Mail: 4. Subject Property's Assessor's Parcel Numbcr(s):N/A—Non Project Action 5.Legal Description of Property.(if lengthy,please attach it on a separate document)N/A—Non Project Action 6. Property Address:N/A—Non Project Action 7.Property's Existing Zoning: [g] SR 0 R-1 Z R-2 Z R-3 0 B-1 0 B-2 Z EIB SCC Z LCC CI3D 0 GC [s]AS 0 RD 0 M-1 Z M-2 8.Type Of Application:(Check All That Apply) • Administrative Adjustment 0 Environmental Checklist(SEPA Review) El Easement Release • Type(1)Review El Right-of-Way Vacation El Rezone El Type(2)Review 0 Transportation Concurrency El Shoreline • Type(3)Review 0 Non-Conforming Use/Structure LII Critical Areas Review • Preliminary Short Plat El Appeal to HE/City Council 0 Variance • Final Short Plat 0 Interpretation by Hearing Examiner 0 Temporary Use Permit • Short Plat Amendment 0 Modification El Overlay District • Preliminary Long Plat LI Home Occupation 0 Binding Site Plan LII Final Long Plat El Comprehensive Plan Text or Map Amendment D Planned Development • Plat Alteration—Long Plat 0 Short Plat Exemption: Other: Text Amendment PART II—SUPPLEMENTAL APPLICATION—SEPA CHECKLIST 9.Environmental Checklist(see attached forms) PART III—CERTIFICATION 10. I certify that the information on this application and the required attachments are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. Prop• Ow r's Signature Date licant's Signature Date FILE/APPLICATION(S)# - -rik 0 0 kSEP/ *01877-19 DATE FEE PAID: RECEIVED BY: AMOUNT PA ; , RECEIPT NO: DOC. Revised 07/2015 Page I 3 INDEX 90 2019 Proposed Text Amendments—Track Changes Version 1. YMC Title 15 2. YMC Ch. 6.88 3. YMC Title 14 1. YMC Title 15 YMC 15.02.020— Definitions: "Accessory dwelling unit (ADU)" means a structure meeting the purpose and requirements of YMC 15.09.045 which is attached to a single-family home, or detached garage, or a stand-alone structure, with living facilities for one individual or family separate from the primary single-family. ItBo 9-both-led et-moce . . "Congregate Living Facility" means an establishment providing both lodging and meals, or the ability for residents of the facility to cook their own meals, for persons residing in the facility on a permanent or semi-permanent basis, This definition includes facilities commonly known as boardinghouse or dormitories, except that dormitories provided in conjunction with a proposed or existing educational facility shall be an accessory use to that facility, "Developmentwetting, multiple family" means a structure or structures, or portion thereof, designed for occupancy by three or more families living independently of each other and containing three or more attached or detached dwelling units on a lot. Any combination ofMltip4e4amily three-plus, duplex and detached single-family dwellings that are clustering around a cemmen amenity such as opon&paeeeoceatailities-eF common community building and have a common driveway access on a single lot of record, are also considered multiple-family development. Short Term Rental" means a residential structure providing individuals with lodging and-meats-for not more than thirty days. For home occupations, such uses are limited to having not more than five lodging units-or guest rooms. YMC 15.03.020(S)—R-1 District Intent Statement: B. Single-Family Residential District(R-1). The single-family residential district is intended to: 1. Establish new residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses except those which are compatible with, and serve the residents of, this district, which may include duplexes and zero lot lines if established during the DOC. INDEX # C -1 91 subdivision process—all corner lots in a new subdivision can be designated for duplex construction; 2. Preserve existing residential neighborhoods for detached single-family dwellings free from other uses tp ensure the preservation ofthe existing residential character, and serve the residents of this district; and 3. LoomUa moderate-density nae|denUa| deve|mprnent, up to seven dwelling unite per net residential acre, in areas served by public water and sewer system. Detached single-family dwellings are the primary use in this district. The district |o characterized bvuptm sixty percent lot coverage; access tm individual lots bylocal access streets; required front, rear and side yard setbacks; and one- and two-story structures. The density in the district io generally seven dwelling unite per net residential acre orless. This zone is intended to afford single-family neighborhoods the highest level of protection from encroachment by potentially incompatible nonresidential land uses or impacts. Nonresidential uses within these zones are not allowed; except for public or quasi-public ueee, which will be required to undergo extensive public review and will have all necessary performance or design standards assigned to them as necessary to mitigate potential impacts to adjacent residences. | / D4p|exandMukifa.m||yDdeve|opmment p tV_aeven dwelling units per net residential aons may be o||ovved in accordance with Table 4-1. 15.04.030' Ta�|e4-1 — �m�mni�ed Land Uses: _ _ _ _ | l i ms |a-I R-2 R-3 a'/ |B-2 no sCC LCC AS GC Cao nm muM-2 AGRICULTURAL(COMMERCIAL) Agriculture,I louicvuurc,General rmmmo / (nor feedlots mstockyar4s)(� ' - . . Agricultural Building . . . Agricultural comnmalVuu,/Smmge . ' Agricultural Marketr; . ' . . Agricultural Stand Agricultural Related Industries z / | \ � Animal Husbandry(See vMc /oon,un) 1 z | \ , . Concentrated Feeding Operation(,) 3 nmicuoore,^nuac"uure I / I Fruit Bin Sales/Storage ' a z / 1 . Marijuana Production . . . . Winery and Brewery—Basic r1 s 3 / z Rtsort/Dcstination Won-site agricultural 2 s s s z a x nwWwqioo(~) DOC~ &N����r� �"`�����" 92 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Resort/Destination(4) 2 3 3 1 1 1 3 Retail(*) 1 I 1 1 1 1 2 AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION Aquatic Center 3 3 3 I 2 Amusement Park(Permanent)(*) 3 3 3 1 3 Bowling Alleys 2 2 2 1 1 2 3 -• - • Campground(4) 3 2 Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 2 2 (More than 500 ft.from abutting residential and not containing a go-cart track) Children's Outdoor Recreation Center* 3 2 (Less than 500 IL from abutting residential andlor containing a go-can track) Drive-In Theatres 3 2 2 2 Exercise Facilities 2 1 1 1121112 Horse Racing Tracks,Speedways 3 3 Game Rooms,Card Rooms,Electronic 3 2 I 2 2 2 Game Rooms(*) Golf Courses,Clubhouses,Golf Driving 3 3 3 3 2 Ranges Miniature GollCourses 3 3 1 1 1 1 Movie Theatres,Auditoriums,Exhibition 3 I I 1 1 Halls Parks(t) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 2 2 Roller Skating or Ice Skating Rink 2 2 1 1 2 r Sports Facility(indoor) 2 2 1 2 1 2 Social Card Rooms(See YMC 15,09,090) 3 3 3 3 (*) State Fair Park (See YMC 15.04,200) COMMUNITY SERVICES Cemetery/Crematorium with Funeral Home 3 3 3 3 3 3 • - Funeral Home not associated with 3 2 2 2 I 1 1 2 2 Cemetery/Crematorium Churches,Synagogues,and Temples(*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 1 2 2 Community Center(*)Meeting Halls, 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 Fraternal Organizations Community Gardens(*)(if accessory to an I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I approved principal use)(See YMC I 5.04.060(G)) - , Community Gardens(*)(with planting area I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 of one-quarter acre or less) DOC. INDEX 93 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 2 of more than one-quarter and up to one-half acre) Community Gardens(*)(with planting area 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 ' 2 , 2 of more than one-half acre up to one acre) Day Care Facilities(not home occupation): 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 1 1 Family In-home(*) , Day Care Center(*) 2 2 2 2 1 12 1 I 1 I 2 1 Public Facility(*) 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 . 1 1 1 1 l Hospital(*)Outside Institutional Overlay 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Correctional Facilities 3 3 3 3 3 3 Libraries 3 3 3 2 1 2 I 1 1 1 1 1 Museums,Art Galleries 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Schools Elementary and Middle 3 3 3 3 3 3 I 3 Senior High School 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Business Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 I l 1 2 2 Community College/University—Inside (See YMC Chapter 15.31) Institutional Overlay Community Collcgc/Univcrsrty—Outside 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 Institutional Overlay Vocational Schools(*) 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 ; 2 1 1 I 2 3 Wastewater Sprayfield(*) 3 ' 3 3 9cc(*) 3 3 3 3 3 HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICE FACILITY Group Humes(six or fewer),Adult Family 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Home(*) Treatment Centers for Drug and Alcohol 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Rehabilitation Cougrsgascl.iving RuedLty l;p3o 3 32 31. 32 32 1 2 I ._I(tltattft*tg-l4orrse(*) ..._. Corl3l.eg1!Cr Iiviilg Facility I I 3 2 Halfway House(*) 2 3 3 Group Homes(more than six),Convalescent 3 2 2 2 3 3 and Nursing Homes(*) i Mission(")(with Type(3)review,and 2 2 2 development agreement—see definition) MANUFACTURING Agricultural Product Support 2 2 2 1 1 Aircraft Parts 1 ' 2 1 1 Apparel and Accessories 3 2 2 1 1 DOG. INDEX c..'1 94 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS CC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Bakery Products(wholesale) 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 Beverage Industry(*) 2 2 2 1 1 Canning,Preserving and Packaging Fruits, 2 I 1 Vegetables,and Other Foods Cement and Concrete Plants 3 1 Chemicals(Industrial,Agricultural,Wood, 3 1 etc.) Concrete;Gypsum and Plaster Products 2 1 I Confectionery and Related Products 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 I (wholesale) Cutlery,'land Tools and General Hardware 1 3 1 1 Drugs 1 2 2 1 1 Electrical Transmission and Distribution 1 2 3 1 1 Equipment Electronic Components and Accessories and 1 2 2 3 I 1 Product Assembly Engineering,Medical,Optical,Dental, 1 2 2 1 1 Scientific Instruments and Product Assembly . - Fabricated Structural Metal Products 2 3 3 1 1 Food Processing . 2 3 1 .; 1 Furniture 2 3 2 l 1 Glass,Pottery,and Related Products and 2 2 2 1 , 1 Assembly Grain Mill Products 3 I 1 Heating Apparatus Wood Stoves 1 1 Leather Products 3 I 1 1 Leather Tanning and Finishing I l Machinery and Equipment 1 2 1 1 • , - Marijuana Processing(**) 1 1 Marijuana Research(") I 1 Meat,Poultry and Dairy Products 1 1 Paints,Varnishes,Lacquers,Enamels and 3 1 Allied Products . Paperboard Containers and Boxes 1 3 1 1 Plastic Products and Assembly 1 2 1 1 Prefabricated Structural Wood Products and 1 1 1 Containers Printing,Publishing and Binding 1 3 2 1 1 Printing Trade(service industries) 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 DOC. INDEX c, 95 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Recycling Processing Center(*) 3 1 Rendering Plants,Slaughter Houscs 3 Rubber Products 1 2 I - Sign Manufacturing and Product Assembly 2 I 1 I 1 (*) Sawmills and Planing Mills 2 1 . . • Sheet Metal and Welding Shops 2 1 1 Stone Products(includes finishing of 2 I 2 2 3 1 1 monuments for retail sale) „ . . Transportation Equipment,Including 2 1 1 Trailers and Campers Woodworking:Cabinets,Shelves,etc I I 3 I 2 2 1 1 MINING/REFINING/OFF-SITE HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT Asphalt Paving and Roofing Materials,Rock 3 3 1 Crushing Mining Including Sand and Gravel Pits(*) 3 3 3 Stockpiling of Earthen Materials(*) 2 2 2 2 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 Off-Site Hazardous Waste Treatment and 3 3 Storage Facilities(*) _ _ _ RESIDENTIAL Accessory Uses(*) Sec YMC 15.04,060 Detached Single-Family Dwelling(*) 1 I I 1 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 Accessory Dwelling Unit(*)(See YMC 2 2 I 1 1 -1 -1 -I -1 15.09.045) •1 -1 -1 Existing or New Detached Single-Family 1 1 I Dwelling on Existing Lots of 8,000 Square Feel or 1,ess • , Detached Single-Family Dwelling(zero lot 2 2 2 2 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 line)(*)(See YMC 15.09.040) Attached Single-Family Dwelling,Common 2 2 1 1 3 3 1 2 2 2 2 Wall(5) Two-Family Dwelling(Duplex)(*) 3 32 1 1 2 2 1 2 2 ;J 2 1 I comet lots in a new Siihdtviiiion Converted Dwelling(*) 3 ;2 21 21 21 2,1 21 2 2 21, I Multifamily Devefultimmtwel4ng(*).0-7 2 at, 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 DU/NRA 8-12 DU/NRA 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 13+DUINRA 32 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 Mixed-Use Building 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 Planned Development(*) See YMC 15.28 DOC. INDEX 96 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS GC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Mobile Home Parks(*) 2 2 2 Mobile Home(*)or Manufactured Homes See YMC 15.04 160 (*) Retirement Homes(*) 2 3 1 3 l 1 Temporary Hardship Units(See YMC 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 15.04.140) RETAIL TRADE,AND SERVICE Adult Business Uses See YMC 15.09.200 Animal Clinic/Hospital/Veterinarian(*) 3 2 2 21211 , Auction House for Goods(*) 3 2 2 2 11211 Auction House for Livestock(*) 3 2 2 Automotive Automotive Dealer New and Used Sales 2 2 2 1 3 1 1 , Weekend Automobile and Recreational I P1 Vehicle(RV)Sales Automotive:Car Wash/Detailing 2 1 I 1 1 1 2 Parking Lots and Garages 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l Maintenance and Repair Shops 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 2 Paint and Body Repair Shops 2 2 1 1 1 2 Parts and Accessories(tires,batteries,etc.) 2 1 1 11 2 1 2 Towing Services 1 3 1 1 Wrecking and Dismantling Yard(*)and 3 1 Hulk Haulers(*) Bail Bonds 1 I 1 Beauty and Barber Shops 2121H. 1111 , 2 - - Rettand--Hrealvfast-InnStym0 cral (*) 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 Boats and Marine Accessories 2 2 1 1 1 1 Butcher Shop 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 Commercial Services(*) 21211 1 1 1 2 Communication Towers(*) (See YMC Chapter 15.29) Convenience Store—Closed I0:00 p.m.to 121111112 6:00 a.m. Convenience Store—Open 10:00 p.m.to 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 600 a,m. Pet Day Care/Animal Training(*) 2 1 1 1 2 I I 2 Farm and Implements.Tools and Heavy I 2 3 1 I Construction Equipment Farm Supplies 2 2 I 1 2 1 DOC. I NDEX # •" 97 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 HB SCC LCC AS CC CBD RD M-1 M-2 Financial Institutions I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Fuel Oil and Coal Distributors 1 2 1 1 Furniture,Home Furnishings,Appliances 1 I I I 1 1 I Gcncral Hardware,Garden Equipment,and 2 I 1 I l 1 III Supplies General Retail Sales 12,000 sq.ft,or less 2 1 1 I 1 1 I ' 1 3 (not otherwise regulated)(*) General Retail Sales greater than 12,000 sq. 2 1 l 1 1 I 1 3 ff.(not otherwise regulated)(*) Heating and Plumbing and Electrical ' 2 ' 2 1 1 1 I 1 Equipment Stores Heavy Equipment Storage,Maintenance and 1 1 1 Repair Kennels(*) 2 2 2 Laundries,Laundromats and Dry Cleaning 2 2 I 1 1 I 2 1 Plants Liquor Stores 2 2 1 1 1 1 ;Locksmiths and Gunsmiths 1 2 I 1 1 1 2 1 Lumber Yards 2 I 1 1 1 Marijuana Retail(**) I I 1 1 1 1 Massage Therapy/Spa(*) H11111111 Mobile Vendor Sec YMC Ch.5.57 Motels and Hotels 2 1 1 1 1 1 Extended Stay Hotel/Motel* 2 1 2 2 3 3 Night Clubs/Dance Establishments 2 I 1 1 1 1 Nursery(*) 2 I I 1 1 1 1 1 Offices and Clinics 3 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 2 Office Contractor Building and Trade 3 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 I .(Plumbing,Heating,Electrical,and Painting) Outdoor Advertising(Billboards) See YMC 15 08.130 Pawn Broker 2 I I 1 2 1 • Radio/TV Studio 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 Recycling Drop-Off Center(*) I 2 2 1 1 1 1 Rental;Auto,Truck,Trailer,Fleet leasing 3 2 1 2 l 2 2 I 2 Services with Storage Rental:Heavy Equipment(except 1 1 automotive)with Storage Rental:Heavy Equipment(except I 2 3 2 automotive)without Storage Doe. INDEX 98 SR R-1 R-2 R-3 B-1 B-2 IIB SCC ICC AS GC CBI) RD M-1 M-2 Repairs:Small Appliances,TVs,Business 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 I Machines,Watches,etc. Repairs:Reupholstery and Furniture 1 1111111 -- Repairs:Small Engine and Garden 2 2 2 I I 1 2 1 Equipment Restaurant(s) 2 1 1 I 1 I I ; I 1 Seamstress,Tailor 11111111 • Service Station(*)Closed Between I 0:00 2 1 I 1 I I 1 1 p.m.and 6:00 a.m.(*) . • Service Station(*)Open Between 10:00 3 2 2 1 I 2 I 2 p.m.and 6:00 a.m.(*) Shooting Ranges(indoor) 3 3 3 3 1 Signs,Printed,Painted or Carved 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 Taverns(*)and Bars 121111111 Technical Equipment Sales(*) 2 1 2 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 Truck Service Stations and Shops 3 2 1 I Truck(Large),Manufactured Home and 1 3 1 Travel Trailer Sales Waste Material Processing and Junk 3 1 Handling(*) TRANSPORTATION Bus Terminals I I I 1 1 1 1 Bus Storage and Maintenance Facilities 1 1 Transportation Brokerage(*)Offices,with 2 2 1 I Truck Parking Contract Truck Hauling,Rental of Trucks 1 1 I with Drivers Air,Rail,Truck Terminals(for short-term 1 2 1 1 storage,office,etc.) Railroad Switch Yards,Maintenance and 1 1 Repair Facilities,etc. Taxicab Terminals,Maintenance and 3 3 1 Dispatching Centers,etc. . , Airport Landing Field I Airport Operations(*) 1 UTILITIES Power Generating Facilities 3 2 1 Utility Services(substations,etc.) 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 I WHOLESALE TRADE—STORAGE Warehouses(*) 3 1 2 2 1 1 Wholesale Trade(*) 2112111 DOC. INDEX # nn� StorageStorage Facilities,Bulk(*) � 1 � � s i z \ - a � | l / Residential��~°""���` | � ^ Refers to a aufli"*" invwo Chapter 15,02, � ~~ See vwc |5,n9,2z for general development requirements Ic.marijuana uses. } Not Permitted / ~cm,x(/)Permitted Use i2 -Class(2)Requires an Administrative Review by the Administrative Official � a Public Hearing by the Hearing Examiner = _____ - - - -- -� ' � " -����'­���z�.���������a �"=-.�_�_._^�~_"��"^��~~~�.���-~_"���^=��=�u���=�.����^�°�*��- A. Generally. An accessory use is a use customarily incidental and subordinate to the principal use of a structure or site. Accessory uses are permitted upon compliance with the terms and provisions of this title. They must be clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal uee(e) and consistent with the purpose and intent mfthe zoning district. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory use shall be the same mo that ofthe principal use(e). unless otherwise specified. B. On-site hazardous waste treatment and storage ia permitted aamn accessory use inthe . SR, B-1. B-2. HB. LCC. CBC>. GC, M-1 and yN-2 districts, subject to the state siting criteria inthe Washington Administrative Code adopted pursuant to the requirements of Chapter 7O.105RCVV. C. Garages. Private garages are permitted ooan accessory use; prov|ded, that in residential districts they are primarily used to store motor vehicles bythe occupants of the residence. O. Pets. The keeping of pets is permitted as an accessory use; pnoxidad, that in residential districts they are subject to the following restrictions (see definitions of"kennel" and "animal husbandry"): 1. They are domesticated animals kept for pleasure oros a hobby rather than utility, . inc|uding, but not limited to, fish; birds; dogs, fewer t cats, six; hen chickens (no rmomtane). few��r than �wa; and nabb�a. fexv�rthan five; 2. Their presence does not create undue noise or odors such ao would create a nuisance mr diminish the residential nature of the neighborhood; 3. Such animals are properly fed, watered and kept |nm humane manner; 4. Any chicken coops, chicken tractors, or rabbit hutches shall be set back ten or more feet from any residence or property line, and five feet from other structures including decks; 5. Hen houses, coops, hutches, and chicken tractors shall be restricted to the backyard area of nem|denbe| lot; 6. For chickens and nabUho, adequate fencing shall be installed to contain the aninno|m within the bmohvand� backyard; 7. The other provisions of the YyNC for an|nne|o are followed. E. Agricultural Buildings. VVhena pernnittmd, on agricultural building shall not be used for human habitabnn, proomos|n8, treating or packaging of agricultural produnts, nor shall it be m place used by the public. 100 ` ` F. Cargo Containers. � 1 N� ���� C�o ��n� �mU � � u,� � or�� ��x�in �o � � � ��. --'._�- Y nys|danUa[ B-1. or B-2 zoning districts for more than two consecutive weeks at o time. , 2. Permitted. Cargo containers and/or semi-truck trailers are allowed as an accessory use tom 9arnn|bmd business |n the SCC. LCC. AS, GC. RO, yN-1 and K8'2omning districts. o. Providmd, all refrigerated cargo containers mr semi-truck trailers that are not located within a Ume|Qnabed loading dock or loading bay shall be located no less than fifty feet from any existing residential zoning district. G. Community Gonjgne. Community gardens (accessory to an approved principal use) are considered an accessory use to a principal use in all zoning districts; pnnv|ded, the garden is clearly secondary to, supportive of, and compatible with the principal use with regard to size and use. The land use classification and review requirements of an accessory community garden shall follow the Type (1) review requirements of^/PNC 15.13, and ohm|| otherwise comply with all other provisions of the Yakima Municipal Code, and International Fire and Building Codes. 15.04.080 Drive-through facilities. n+�,_-~��~���-__.�_-____,---,�`,`_�_~..��=._�.--��~�.-~�-�_~�_ A. Review Required. Any commercial use having a drive-through service window orbooth shall require one higher level mf review than shown |n Table 4-1. except: 1. Those noted as a Class (3) use requiring a Type (3) review shall remain a Type (3) review; aeA 2. Financial institutions. mnde+ ' `i 3. ppropedieathat dn not abut residential zones. ° B. Purpose. Such review is required in recognition of the potential impacts of drive-through uses on adjoining residential uses and the transportation system. C. Elements ofReview. Review is intended to modify ormitigate negative impacts upon adjoining rmoidmnUo| uoae and the transportation oyatarn. The review of drive-through facility shall include consideration of impacts from the following: noise from the drive-through speaker and/or car radio, glare from vehicle headlights and exterior lighting fio±unae, fumes to residential uses, and impacts to transportation traffic flow and carrying capacity of the arterial street system. The proposed site will require on on-site interior parking circulation plan as defined by YyNC 15.06.030mnd 15.06.080. ~ , O. Definition. For purposes of this section, "drive-through" facilities means a window or station for providing service to customers who nmnnmin in their vehicle bn conduct a business transaction, excluding gas stations and car washes. ' -�--~~-15.04.120 Home occupations.._`._�_m,_,,~_�~~-.�~~_-_,~`,-_,`_,__ _~���.��-��._, . A. Purpose. The conduct ofm bugin�emvv|thin a dvvm||ing nm�y �a parrni�ad |n thm nmo|dmntia| ' districts under the provisions of this section. |t |sthe intent of this section to: 1. Ensure the compatibility of home occupations with other uses permitted in the ' residential districts; and 2. Maintain and preserve the character of residential neighborhoods; and 3. Promote the efficient use of public services and facilities by assuring these services are provided to the residential population for which they were planned and constructed, rather than commercial uses. 1m B. Table of Permitted Home Occupations. Table 4-2 titled "Table of Permitted Home Occupations" is incorporated asopart of this section. Each permitted home occupation listed in Table 4-2 is designated as m Class (1). (2) or(3) use for a particular residential zoning district. All permitted home occupations are subject to the standards of this title, including the specific conditions of subsection Cof this section and the applicable review procedures of`/K8C Chapters 15.13, 15.14ond 15.15. Specific uses not permitted as home occupations are listed in subsection Gof this section. Table 4-2. Table ofPermmiftedHome Occupations Zoning District 8R R4 P-2 R-3 B'1 Accountant Architect1 1 1 1 Artist, author, arts and crafts 1 1 1 1 Attorney 1 1 1 1 ' Barbershop, beauty parlor 2 2 2 2 | Short Term Re 1 21 1 1 Business administration 1 1 1 1 � Cabinet, mill work, carpentry work 2 2 ` - Catering service 2 2 . 2 2 2 Ceramics and sculpting 2 ' 2 2 ' 2 Composer 1 1 1 1 Day care, family home* 1 1 1 1 1 Dentist 1 3 2 ' 2 � ,Dog grooming 2 3 3 3 3 Dressmaker, seamstress, tailor ' 1 1 1 1 ! Engineer ' 1 . 1 � 1 ' 1 � Food preparation* 1 2 1 1 1 ' | Home contractor* 1 ' 1 i 121 1 � ' Home instruction* 1--5studento 1 � 1 1 ' 1 1 6-8 students --' ' 2 ' 2 2 2 Insurance agent 1 1 ' 1 1 Locksmith ' 1 2 ' 2 1 1 | Photographer(not indudingprodu� � � productions 1 ' � 1 21 / - � . Physician . 1 . 2 2 2 - - Product assemblage* 1 ' 2 2 % 1 � YNuuoagathnnopy/spa° 1 1 1 1 1 - - � Music teacher 1 1 1 1 � . Production of small articles by hand without the use of automated or 1 2 2 2 production line equipment - ` Radio, television and small appliance repair 2 2 2 2 ^ INDEX 102 ' Table 4-2. Table of Permitted Home Occupations ' ZoningSR R-1 ' Real estate agent _Secretarial, phone answering, desktop publishing Small engine - ~--- - -- 2 Taxicab � 1 7 1 2 x` 1. � . occupation ` See --YN—' --- -- ~_ ' ) NOTES: Refers 10 definition in YMCChopter 15.02, =Typa (1) Permitted Home Occupation 2 =Type (2) Review and Approval by the Administrative Official Required | 3 =Type (3) Review, Public Hearing and Approval by the Hearing Examiner Required | ' = Not Permitted C. Necessary Conditions. Home occupations are permitted as an 000eeamry use tmthe residential use ofa property only when all the following conditions are met: ^ 1. The home occupation is conducted inside a structure within pnnpaMv on which is established the primn@ryresidence mf the pract|t|oner(a) For the purpose of administerinq ~~ this section, "primarNj residence" shallthe residence where a person or | persons resides for the moajn ^of the clar i 2. The honne000upo1ionim incidental and oubond|nmte to the namidenUa|functions nfthe property. No action ` related to the home occupation shall be permitted that impairs reasonable residential use of the dwelling; 3. There are no external alterations tothe building which change its character from a dwelling; 4. The portion of the structure or facilities in which o home occupation is to be sited must beeo designed that it may be readily converted to serve nmaidanUa| uses; 5. The business is conducted in a manner that will not alter the normal residential character of the premises by the use of color, nlo1eria|e. lighting and aigno, or the onniaeimn � of noise, vibration, dust. 8|ana, heat, smoke orodors; - 6. The home occupation does not generate materially greater traffic volumes than would normally be expected in the residential neighborhood; the frequency of deliveries should � be comparable to that of a single-family home without a home business; � 7. There is no outside storage or display of any kind related to the home occupation; x 8. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment that would change the fire rating of the structure; a B. The home occupation does not require the use of electrical equipment that exceeds FCC standards for residential use; � . x 10. The home occupation does not increase water or sewer use so that the combined total use for the dwelling and home occupation |e significantly more than the average for residences in the neighborhood; 11. A business license ia purchased where required; 12. The home occupation is conducted only by immediate family nlennUere residing in the dwelling; 103 13. All stock in trade kept for sale onthe premises ioproduced on site by hand without , the use cf automated or production line equipment. In granting approval for o home occupation, the reviewing off|oim| may attach additional ' conditions to ensure the home occupation will be in harmony with, and not detrimental to. the � character of the residential neighborhood. Any home occupation authorized under the � provisions of this title shall be open to inspection and review at all reasonable brnem by the building and enforcement official for purposes of verifying compliance with the conditions of approval and other provisions of this title. D. Materials and Storage. The storage of equipment, materials, or goods shall be permitted in connection with a home occupation provided such storage complies with the following ' standards: 1. All equipmont, rnoteria|m, or goods ahe|| be stored completely within the space designated for home occupation octix|t|mo and not visible from the public right-of-way. 2. Only those materials or goods that are utilized or produced in connection with the home occupation may be stored within the dwelling unit or accessory building. 3. All flammable or combustible compounds, prmducta, or materials shall be maintained and utilized in compliance with fire code. 4. The frequency of home deliveries should be comparable to that of single-family home without a home occupation associated with the residence. 5. /\ home occupation permit application (including ooito plan) shall be supplied to and approved by the oih/ of Yakima planning division prior to operation of any home occupation. ' E. Nameplates. Only one nameplate shall be allowed. It may display the name of the occupant and/or the name of the home occupation (m.g.. John Jones, Ancountan8. The nameplate shall be attached to the dwelling, but shall not exceed two square feet in area or be illuminated. F. Application Fee and F(mmiaxv Period. Application for m home occupation shall be made in accordance with the provisions of YMC Chapter 15.11, except as noted, and shall be accompanied by the appropriate filing fee. The administrative official may waive part or all of the requirements for a site plan for Class (1) home occupations. G. Unclassified Home Occupation—Review bythe Hearing Examiner. Home occupations not listed in Table 4-2 shall be reviewed by the hearing examiner in accordance with the provisions � of YyWC Chapter 15.22; pnzvidmd, any unclassified home occupation permitted after review and ' decision by the hearing examiner in a particular district shall be a||ovvod only as a C|oee (2) or (3) uee. � H. Home C]coupsd|onu Not Permitted. The following umee, by the nature of their operation or inwemtmment, have a pronounced tandenoy, once started, to increase beyond the limits permitted � for hVnno occupations and impair the use and value of residentially zoned area for residential a purposes. Therefore, the uses listed below shall not be permitted aa home occupations: ^ 1. Auto repair; 2. Antique shop or gift shop; 3. Kennel; 4. Veterinary clinic or hospital; 5. Painting of vehicles, trailers orboats; . 6. Large appliance repair including stoves, refrigerators, washers and dryers; 7. Upholstering; ~ 0. Machine and sheet metal shops; � � 104 8. Martial arts school; ' i 10. Taxidermist; � 11. radio and mobile 0okaphomo system sales and service; � 12 Vehicle i painting (except for the application ofdecm|m); | 13, FirearmgunRh, |. Denial of Application for a Home Occupation. An application for a home occupation shall be denied if the administrative official finds that either the application or record fail to establish compliance with the provisions of this chapter. When any application is denied, the administrative officer shall state the specific reasons and cite the specific provisions and sections of this title on xvh|nh the denial is based. ' J. Parking. The administrative official shall determine parking requirements for home occupabmne, as provided byYyNC . This determination may be guided by, but not restricted by, the standards mfYK8CChapter 15.06. 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards. A. Table of Required Off-Street Parking. The parking standards in Table 0-1. Table of Off- Street PorkinQStondando. anaentab|imhedmatheparkingatandandafortheuaaoindivated. These parking requirements are based on gross floor area. "Gross floor area" means the total square footage of all floors in a structure as measured from the interior surface of each exterior wall of the structure and including halls, lobbies, enclosed porches and fully enclosed recreation ansoo and balconies, but excluding otainwmya, elevator shafts, attic space, mechanical nzonno, restrooms, uncovered steps and fire escapes, private garages, carports and off-street parking and loading spaces. Storage areas are included in gross floor area. Hovvevor, the required off- street parking for storage areas shall be calculated at the rate nf one space per five hundred square feet rather than the specific parking standard established in Table 6-1; except when the parking standard for the principal use would require fewer parking spaces (i.e., one space per six hundred square feet). All required off-street parking shall be subject to the procedures of this title and the standards of this section. B. Uses Not Specified. Off-street parking requirements for uses not specifically listed in Table 6-1 shall be determined by the reviewing offio|o| based upon the requirement for m|nn||ar uses. C. Omvvntoxvn Business District Exanno1. The downtown business district of Yakima, as ehmxxn � in Figure 6-1 and hereby adopted as m pad of this ohapter, shall be exempt from the provisions of this chapter as they rm|aba to the number of parking op0000 requinad, except that this exemption aho|| not apply tm property that|a used for residential purposes; and further provided, that all the other requirements cf this chapter shall apply to any parking provided bvthe applicant. ' � 105 Yir INS V. It Cy A. TTF Parking Exempt Boundary Table G4.Table nf Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS AGRICULTURE (COMMERCIAL) Agriculturally related industries 1 space for each employee based on the maximum working at any given shift, 1 space for each 3O0 square feet of gross floor area for packing and processing areas; or 0��*�" N1"����� ".°^~°�vk 106 Table 6-1, Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS 2 spaces for the first 1,000 sq.ft.of gross floor area, plus 1 space for each additional 5,000 sq.ft. for CA storage,warehouse,and refrigeration areas, whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION Game rooms, card rooms, electronic 1 space for each playing table, for every 3 seats or every 3 machines, game rooms whichever is greater Horse racing tracks,speedways, 1 space for each 3 fixed seats or 54"of bench seating grandstands Bowling alleys .5 spaces for each lane Gymnasiums, exercise facilities 1 space for each 200 sq.ft.of gross floor area Parks(public or private) 10 spaces per acre for passive recreation; 20 spaces per field for active recreation Roller and/or ice skating rink 1 space for each 150 so, ft, of skating surface area Swimming pools 1 space for each 50 sq,ft. of water surface area Movie theatres 1 space for each 4 seats Golf courses 5 spaces per green and 1 space per 300 sq. ft.of gross floor area Golf driving ranges 1 space per tee or 1 space per 15 feet of driving line,whichever is greatest Auditoriums,exhibition halls, community 1 space for each 100 sc.1 ft.of gross floor area centers,fraternal organization COMMUNITY SERVICES Churches, synagogues,temples, and 1 space for each 3 fixed seats(or 54°'of bench-type seating) funeral homes 1 space for each 40 sq,ft. of general reception/gathering area Community gardens*(accessory to an None approved principal use)(See YMC 15 04 060(G)) Jr' 5'd1 107 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Community gardens*(with planting area None of 0.25 acres or less) Community gardens*(with planting area 2 spaces of more than 0.25 acres and up to 0.5 acres) Community gardens*(with planting area 4 spaces of more than 0.5 acres up to 1 acre) Convalescent, nursing and group homes 1 space for each 2 beds Fire and police stations 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area Halfway houses(detention centers) 1 space for each 2 beds Hospitals 1.5 spaces for each bed Schools: Primary, elementary 3 spaces for each classroom,or 1 space for each 3 seats(54"bench-type seating)in the assembly area,whichever is greater Junior, senior Same as primary/elementary and 1 space for each 4 students over 16 years old Junior or community colleges 1 space for each 400 sq.ft.of gross floor area Juvenile detention centers 1.5 spaces for each bed Libraries 1 space for each 100 sq.ft of gross floor area Museums, art galleries 1 space for each 100 sq. ft. of gross floor area Preschools,day care centers 1 space for each employee plus 1 space for each 6 children Vocational and business schools 1 space for each 400 sq ft. of gross floor area MANUFACTURING(MASS PRODUCTION) All uses listed under manufacturing in 1 space for each employee per maximum shift Table 4-1 108 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS RESIDENTIAL Accessory dwelling units 1 space Single-family dwelling 2 spaces Two-family dwellings 4 spaces Multifamily dwatliagaDevelopment 10 units or less 2 spaces per dwelling More than 10 units 1,5 spaces per dwelling Retirement homes 1 space for each dwelling unit RETAIL TRADE AND SERVICES tG . 9.ervicen Adv a, Automobile and truck, manufactured 1 space for each 500 sq,ft.of showroom and 1 space for each 1,000 sq. ft. of homes,travel trailer sales retail sales floor area Automotive: Automobile maintenance and service 2 spaces per service area including work bays shops Car wash 6 spaces per wash bay Car wash, self-service 1 space for each 1,000 sq,ft.of gross floor area Paint and body repair 2 spaces per service area including work bays Specialized repair shops(battery, 2 spaces per service area including work bays radiator,etc.) Wrecking and dismantling yards 1 space for each 500 sq. ft.of gross floor area Beauty and barber shops 1 space for each 400-7-5 sq.ft. of gross floor area neShort Term Rental 1-4 spaces for each guest room 109 Table 84.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards - - LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS - - - Building and contractors 1 space for each 8OOsq. ft. uf gross floor area . - I space for mvcm2beds � eaAu� &ve+thneu0h Drug stores 1 space for each 2OOsq. ft. of gross floor area Employment agencies(phvate) 1 space for each 2O0uq,ftof gross floor area � Espresso/coffee stand with nrwithout 1 space for each 5Osq.ft. of gross floor area, including outside seating, and drive-through one space for each employee Farm supplies 1 space for each 000sq. ft. of gross floor area Florists 1 space for each 500aq,ft. uf gross floor area Financial institutions 1 space for each 2OOsq.ft. ofgmoo floor area � Furniture, home furnishings, appliances I space for each OUOsq. ft. of gross floor area Ga**wa OAm 4+axace4m each 3V0 - � weFdwaoe'sto*e* ' � Heating and plumbing equipment stores 1 space for each 4DDsq. ft,of gross floor area Hae"u4�me4,-#em**—,and4aoan 1-apaee-fopeaeh-30Asq,ft-.o4nps&4l0� Home occupations GeeYMC 15�04120(J) are ^ Insurance agents, brokers and service 1space for each 200 sq,ft. of gross floor area agencies INDEX ~�L (3_ 1 110 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS Lumber yards 1 space for each 800 sq.ft. of gross floor area of structure and covered storage area Nurseries 1 space for each 400 sq.ft,of G.F,A. of structure and permanent outside display and sales area Medical and dental laboratories, offices, 1 space for each 200 sq.ft,of gross floor area and clinics Motels and hotels 1.2 spaces for each guest room Multiple use centers(3 or more uses with shared parking) —having less than 25,000 sq.ft. of gross 1 space for each 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area floor area —having 25,001-400,000 sq.ft. of gross 4-1 spaces for each 4400400 sq. ft. of gross floor area floor area —having 400,001-600,000 sq. ft.of 5-1 spaces for each 2,2500 sq. ft.of gross floor area gross floor area —having 600,001+sq.ft. of gross floor 6 spaces for each 2,750600 sq. ft.of gross floor area area Paint, glass,and wallpaper stores 1 space for each 400 sq.ft,of gross floor area Professional office building for use by 1 space for each 200 sq.ft,of gross floor area accountants, attorneys,etc. Radio- TV- gimp eabh-304eq, teg rea ,Real estate offices 1 space for each 200 sq.ft. of gross floor area Rderit*alw = e e Restaurant, cafe, and drive-in eating 1 space for each 50 sq.ft. of indoor public floor area, and 1 space for each facilities 200 sq.ft. of outdoor public eating area -1 111 Table 6-1.Table of Off-Street Parking Standards LAND USE PARKING STANDARDS tab' a fto� ea Retail trade establishments in Table 4-1 but not listed in this table —less than 25,000 sq;ft,of gross floor 1 space for each 300 sq.ft.of gross floor area area —25,001-400,000 sq.ft.of gross floor 4-1 spaces for each Od 400 sq,ft of gross floor area area 1 400,001-600,000 sq.ft.of gross floor 5-1 spaces for each 9 500 sq.ft. of gross floor area area —600,001+sq.ft. of gross floor area 6-1 spaces for each 24.#600 sq.ft. of gross floor area Service stations 2 spaces for working/service area, including bays 4Taverns and bars,dine,drink, and dance '`1 space for each 75 sq.ft. of gross floor area establishments Waste material processing and junk 1 space for each 500 sq, ft of gross floor area handling TRANSPORTATION Bus terminals, storage and maintenance 1 space for each 300 sq. ft. of gross floor area facilities Air, rail and truck terminals 1 space for each 300 sq.ft.of gross floor area Taxicab terminals,maintenance and 1 space for each 300 sq.ft.of gross floor area dispatching centers UTILITIES Utility services 1 space for each 800 sq. ft.of gross floor area tt 112 Table 6-1.Table mf Off-Street Parking Standards � LAND USE ` PARKING STANDARDS WHOLESALE TRADE Wholesale trade warehouses 1 space for each employee based on the maximum working at any given shift; or 1apace for each 300 square feet of gross floor area for packing and processing areas; 2 spaces for the first 1.00Osq.ft. of gross floor area, plus 1 space for each additional 5.DOOaqfL for CA storage,warehouse, and refrigeration areas; . whichever is deemed more appropriate by the reviewing official Residential mini-storage 1.space for each 300 sq. ft. of areas floor area of offices ceSee-reskteatial mini- ^ How\o Use Table 8-1: 1. Calculate the gross floor area for the structure, *�G6,040tod�anminegmoo�oormnsa> � 2- De�nminetheomnuntofgmeafluora�auaedfor�onsgenmm� � 3. Required off-street parking for storage io one space per 5OO square feet. 4. Find the proposed use in Table 6-1 � Examp|ew -- The gross floor area ofthe structure ia3.BD8sq�ft. 1.UUO sq.ft. uf the structure ia used for storage.The parking standard for storage rooms is one space per 50Osq. ft. (YMC��06DQ). 1.0OO~50O=2 off-street parking spaces for ` the storage area. -- The proposed use imm shoe shop.According to Table 6-1, shoe shops require one off-street parking space for each 300 sq.ft. of gross floor area.2,000-300=6.6 or seven spaces, since fractions of parking spaces are rounded up | � (YMC15.DD.O5O(A)) ! -- The total required off-street parking of this use is: 2 spaces(for storage area)+7 spaces(for the rest of the gross area)=9 spaces. � 1~~° l 7The PurPos� special de.~op°=.~standards.for certain tease_development - ` p,of this chapter is to establish within the City of Yakirn.a� A. ' � _ � 113 Over-lay-Dietria • Green Y-akirna-F -Regienal GeeRwaP4af4 Qesheepactsly AirpoSfaty - • • awthe4air&pac° per-FAR Part 77 InetionaQL-aFgnoaI (coo YMC fasi4ilies-with-s-peeial-lesationat Chapter . ) needs Master-Planned Master-plann-ed-develeprnerit Develeprnen4 QVeFIaLee-I.MC indestri 'FodpIaQs4ayNational-F-leed-kmeranee Prograrn-(fleed-hazard-areae)i Shoreline Master Prpgram YMC Title 17 B. Appligation. The-provi&iene-ef-this-ehapter-s n-a41-er-a-perli 'es-ef-an-everl Ea , : Ord-404046 rt),2-0-1-0 -0ni,-2-(X49-0-9-§-1-(part);-20M-0008-46-§-1-(part) 200ard247- 4 (PaF0-71-986)- 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays. A. Purpose. The overlays are established to coordinate the provisions established in the zoning ordinance with more detailed policies and standards adopted in other plans and ordinances. Specific overlays have been established as follows: Overlay District Districts or Programs Greenway Overlay Yakima River Regional Greenway Plan Overlays established separately Airport Safety Yakima Air Terminal at Overlay (see YMC McAllister Field; other Chapter 15,30) public airport with defined airspace per FAR Part 77 Institutional Lame-scale institutional Overlay (see YMC facilities with special Chapter 15.31) locational needs Master Planned Master planned Develo ment development (residential, Overlay (see YMC commercial industrial or Chapter 15,28) mixed-use development) Floodplain Overlay National Flood Insurance Program (flood hazard areas); City of Yakima Doe. INDEX 114 ' Overlay District Districts orproqrams Critical Area Ordinance YK8C15.27: Shoreline Master P[oqramYMC � Title17 6, Application. The provisions of this chapter sh.aUapply when all or a portion of a development, or modificationthereto, ispFqposed within the boundaries gfaRoVeMay.(Ord- AC. Project Review in on Overlay Not Separately Established. In order to assure the appropriate standards are applied, all Class (1) uses in an overlay which is not separately established unless otherwise specified shall be subject to Type (2) review(YMC Choptmr1514). All C|mao (2) uses shall be subject toType (2) review and Class (3) uses in an overlay district shall be subject to Type (3) review. The administrative official may condition or deny approval of any use, development, or modification thereto in an overlay based on the provisions set forth and adopted by this section. | @D. Special Development Standards inthe Gnmanvvay Overlay. All development inthe gneenvvmy overlay shall conform 10 the requirements and standards uf the underlying zoning district and the policies and intent of the Yakima River Regional {3naenvvayP|an. GE. Special Development Standards in the F|omdp|ain Overlay. All development inthe floodplain overlay shall conform to the requirements and standards of the underlying zoning distriot, and the City of`yakimna'e adopted Critical Area (YK8C 15.27) and Ghmna||ne Master Program (yPNCTiUe 17) ondinenome. 1.5'09'045 Auccesmory'dwe|Vmg units. A. Purpose. The purpose of the accessory dwelling unit k\C)U\ provisions are to: | 1. Provide heme property owners with an opportunity for extra income, companionship, and security; ^. 2. Better utilize existing infrastructure and oonnnnundv resources (sewer, xvahgr, roads, etc]; 3. Provide a housing type that allows flexibility to respond to changing needs and lifestyles; 4. Add tV the supply of affordable dwelling units; and 5. Protect neighborhood character and stability by ensuring that ADUs are compatible with surrounding land uses. B. Requirements. An accessory dwelling unit iom permitted use inthe SR, R1. R 2.and R3 Table 4-1 for Level of Review) subject to all of the following conditions: 1. The accessory dwelling unit may be attached to the primary residence or attached to or above a detached garage, mrbe its own stand-alone structure. 2. of Doc. U������� ��������~ 115 32 Paved off-street parking shall bs provided oo required inYK8C Chapter 15.O6 for both the AOU and the primaryreaiden located mn the lot they are intended tu omnne. 43. The/\OU'a floor area oho|| not exceed 1.000squa "et 11— q 4_1 1-3 or is Jes6, FoF example, a prirflaFy detaGhed dwelliAq unit two thousand eight 64. The/\[}U'o exterior walls shall be designed so as to be einoi|mr in sty|m, co|or, and building materials to the primary detached dwelling. | 65. AnAC>Uattached tm the primary structure shall have the same building setbacks oo the primary structure. An ADU that is attached to, or built above, a detached garage or a stand-alone structure shall have the same building setbacks as an accessory structure. 76. A parcel/lot shall contain no more than one single-family residence and one ADU. 97. AC)Uaahm|| not beallowed on pgroa|e containing mdup|ex or multifamily dwelling, or a commercial or industrial structure/use. | 98. AOUg shall only be permitted on parcels/lots sized appropriately for o duplex per YN1C § 15.05.03O. Table 5-2. A[)Ua proposed on lots smaller than the minimum lot size may be approved after undergoing one additional level of review as shown in YMC § 15.04.O3D. Table 4-1. | 4-99. The primary residence and the A[}U shall both be connected to public sewer and water. a. |f the ADUio attached to the primary dwelling unit, the two dwelling units shall share o single sewer and water connection. b. If the ADU is attached to, or located above, a detached garage, or is a stand- alone structure, each unit mav&ha# have its own sewer and water connection, with required meters, gr share the sewer and water connection with the prinnary dvxeHip.q unit consistent with applicable c#de(sA. 4410. A lot containing anAOU shall not besubdivided, or otherwise segregated in mvvnerahip, in m way that separates the AOU and the primary dwelling unit on different lots, eXceptas permitted under Y0YCTitle 14. 4311. The site plan for the construction or conversion of an ADU shall indicate the ADU. 4412. Any exterior stairs shall ba placed |n the rear or side yard. 4513. A deed restriction, signed by the property owner and the city, shall be recorded with the Yakima County auditor's office providing notice to potential buyers of the ADU restrictions. C. Enforcement. The uib/ retains the right with reasonable notice to inspect the AOU for compliance with the provisions of this section. D. Elimination. The city retains the right with reasonable notice to withdraw occupancy approval if any of the requirements under subsection B of this section are violated. In the event the city withdraws occupancy, the property owner may: 1. If attached, merge the existing ADU to the single-family dwelling; or 2. If detached, use the building for storage only or remove the structure from the premises. ������ ������. �������� °"°^�"�°" �TA K , 116 15.0�.D50Pe�o�nnmnue��an�mr�s--Emmh��i�nm. _ _ _ _ _ A. Purpose and Application. The purpose of this section igbz provide guidelines and general standards governing emissions and miscellaneous items covered herein for use in evaluating the impact ofproposed and existing developments and uses, or changes or alterations thereto, being considered under the terms of this Title. A reviewing official, including those engaged in Type (1) review,-*-FadmniniabaUvm modification review may impose reasonable conditions, or in appropriate instances deny proposed developments based on the standards and guidelines set forth in this section, in order to assure that permitted and eXistinq uses do not generate gases, fumes, hgot, g|ans, v|bnot|ona, or store solid waste in a manner inconsistent with the intent mfthe district and/or incompatible with surrounding uses. B. Gooae. Furnam and Vapors. The emission of any gaaea, funneo, or vapors dangerous to human health, animal |iha, vegetation, mr property |eprohibited. C. Heat. No use shall produce heat significantly perceptible beyond its lot lines. O. Glare. No use shall produce o strong dazzling |iQht, or reflection of strong dazzling light, beyond its lot lines. E. Vibrations. No use shall cause vibrations or concussions detectable beyond its lot lines without the aid of instruments, except for vibration noau|Un0 from construction activity. F. Storage and Waste Disposal. All materials and waste which might cause fumes or dust, constitute e fire hazond, produce offensive odora, or which may be edible or othnmv|aa attractive to rodents or insects shall be stored in closed containers and in a manner to eliminate or prevent such hazards. 15.09.080 Special requirements for �te s4m��. ---' -'�- hodb*nn rentals shall meet all applicable heoKh, fine, mmfetv, and building codes. Any reception hall or meeting room shall be restricted to serve no more than the total number of tenants, unless otherwise specifically authorized. In addition, 4w,sshort term rentals shall be subject to the following requirements, uses:distfj where motels and hotels a- Gi­ A. Home occupation ghortterrn rentals shall meet all (13) neqes�sa�y be operated Smmo not tm give the appeaFan%4 upon he rights of neighboring residents to peaceful occupancy of their homes. Minimal outward modifications of the structure or grounds may be made only if such changes are compatible with the character of the neighborhood. | B. If provided, Mmeals shall only be served to guests, even if required to be licensed as a restaurant under state regu|mtimne, except as otherwise permitted in this title. �C. The front yard area shall not be used for off-street parking for bed am��;rmakf»stgueeta unless the parking area is screened and found to be compatible with the neighborhood or unless waived by the reviewing official. ������ ����~°" 117 ' ED. One noniUunninated or externally illuminated sign not exceeding the maximum size allowed within the applicable zoning district, and bearing only the name of the short term nenta|iqn and/or operator, shall be ponnh1ad. -FE. The administrative official may authorize use of the short term rental for receptions, group meetings and special gatherings based upon the size of the mes|donce4l. availability of adequate off-street parking spaces, public health considerations, and compatibility with the surrounding neighborhood. GF. Nm more than five lodging or guest rooms shall be allowed for home occupations. G. There shall beno.exterior alteration to the building which would chan.qe its character from a dvveUin0. H. The portion of the residence used for a short term rental shall be designed that it may be veadi/y converted toserve residential uses. 1, The short term rental shall be conducted in a manner that will not alter the normal residential character VfU?e|premineS by the use of color, n`aberia|s. UQhting and siOn5, or the emission of nnine, vibration, dust, glare, heat onnVke oLodoro, J. The short term rental shall not qenerate materialIV qreater traffic volumes than would normally be expected in the residential neighborhood, K. The short term rental shall not require the use of electrical or mechanical equipment that would change the fire rating ofthe7esidence or exceed FCC standards for residential use. L A business license shall berequired. 15.09.1_00private street review requirements. Private Roads—General Requirements. Private streets serving three lots, housing units mrmore | may be approved mamn element ofo plat, short plat o[master planned development overlay (YK8C Chapter 15.28), a mobile home/manufactured pork (YyNC 151.04.150). o condominium or within o binding site plan in conformance with subdivision requirements. A. Any private road that is located in a private street subdivision shall be constructed to the minimum standard of the appropriate jurisdiction and shall be permanently retained and maintained oaa private road. B. Private roads are the responsibility of the landowners to construct and maintain in accordance with YMC Chapter 15.09 and shall be specified in a homeowner's association, development agreement or other maintenance plan. C. Names for private roads mhm|| be approved by city planning division. D. Private roadway signs with street name designations shall boprovided by and maintained by the developer or homeowner's association and shall be located at the intersections ofprivate roads. Such signs shall meet the specifications set forth by the respective governing body. ������*� =`� . U�� �� �"� �� # Q— 1 118 E. A@ste may be installed at the entrance to o private street, provided there is a minimum of � 50 feet between the public street and the gate and the width of each travel aisle is 24 feet. F. A private gate aho|| not obstruct emergency, public service, or utility vehicles access. G. Private roads and their entire easement orr|ght-of-xvaywidth shall be open and ovmi|ob|m for use by emergency, public service, and utility vehicles. H. The face of any plat, short p|at, master development p|an, binding site p|an, or condominium document containing a private road, and all subsequent documents transferring ownership of lots within such plat or short p|ot, shall bear the following language: The City of Yakima has no responsibility to build, improve, maintain or otherwise service any private road for this plat/short plat. Any right-of-way dedicated to the ^ public by this plat/short plat shall not be opened as a City (or County) street until such time oeitio improved to city street standards and accepted ae part of the City transportation system. ' |. The placement of utilities shall be coordinated as much as possible with the placement of private roads and public righto-mf-vvoy. J. Utility easements having o minimum width of eight feet ohm|| serve each interior lot. Utility easements shall be located outside private access easements and dedicated road rights-of-way unless approved otherwise by the city engineer .1 r retaining l Retaining walls may be made of any material commonly used for this purpose, such as block, Unnber, stone or concrete, except that the following materials are prohibited: 1. K8obeha|o not manufactured for, or customarily used on, retaining vva||s unless said � materials arecertihedbYaLprofessional en0ineer. ` ,151^1'.020.����|i��mti�������ire All applications shall comply with the following requirements; A. Applications shall bein writing on forms provided by the department; B. Each submitted land use application shall be completed in its entirety, and contain all narratives, ~ supplemental narratives, site plans, or other required attachments as specified by the pertinent application. For � Type(1) or(2) reviews for developed sites for which there io limited proposed change, the |i UnnuhaU "include"general site plan .. print m digital form m conformance with ,xoC 15,111.030 provided,the administrative official at their discretion may require additional information to clarify the application or determine � compliance with the provisions of this title. For Type(3) review,the application shall include a detailed site plan in conformance with YIVIC 15,11l040; C. All applications, including a Type (1) review, shall be signed by the property owner or his agent authorized in writing todoso; D. Applications shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee as established by ordinance; D H�� � 119 E. An application is not complete unless h includes all required information, attachments and fees. No application shall bo considered officially filed until accepted oa complete by the division; and F. Applications for Type(2) and (3) reviews shall include a minimum eleven-inch by seventeen-inch ^ reproducible copy of the site plan in print or digital form. In the event of expanded review, additional copies may bo required applicant's expense. Site plans shall bo developed in accordance with Yxxc,/5.11~03oorl5,11.04O. aoapplicable. Table 11'1� Notice --- - - - —' ~ ` Notice of Notice mfHearing Notice of City Council � Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing � Type(1)Review (Not Required) (Not Required) Notice ofDecision (Not Required) Applicant Type(2) Review ^Applicant (Not Required) Notice ufDecision (Not Required) � Property owners ^ Parties/agencies who received within 300-foot the Notice ofApplication radius � ~Any additional parties ofrecord � �^City In-house ' � Distribution Type(3)Review ^Applicant Vd least 20 days Notice of Decision (nni| 3 days `(Not Required) prior hohearing) after hinrendered) . ^ Parties ofRecord ^Applicant ^ Certified mail hoapplicant Property owners ' ! | � �wdhin3O0-fou ~ Porhon/agenciea �^ Regular mail 0o parties and Y ^ radius who received the agencies who received the i Notice Notice� | � "City In-house Application Distribution List ^Anyoddh�nepod�oofmoo� . � ~Anyadd�on� 3 , Posting is parties of record � ,required prior m issuance of notice ^ Local Media . Hnaring , � Examiner or � Yakima~~ l Commission ~ ^l ^ ~ Publish legal ad � in the � � Appeals Notice of Appeal ny Notice of � :Notice of Hearing Examiner's ^ City Clerk will �Administrative ,Application Decision publish legal adand For GEpAappeal Official's Decision send notice bothe seeyMC Ch. and Public Hearing . Certified mail tnapplicant following: �6.88 120 Table 11-1. Notice Requirements Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing •Appellant • Regular mail to parties and Appellant agencies who received the •The official whose Notice of Application -Official whose decision is being decision is being appealed •Any additional parties of record appealed • Parties/agencies - Hearing Examiner who received the Notice of - Parties and Application agencies who received the Notice • Posting property of Application and publishing a legal ad is required -Any additional parties of record Notice of Appeal of Hearing Examiner's Decision •Appellant •The official whose decision is being appealed • Parties and agencies who received the Notice of Application Cell Tower See YMC 15.29.040 Table 29-1 Planned •Applicant (at least 20 days Notice of Recommendation • City Clerk will Development prior to hearing) publish legal ad and • Property owners • Regular mail to applicant and send notice to the within 300-foot •Applicant parties of record following: radius • Parties/agencies -Applicant • City In-house who received the Distribution List Notice of Notice of Decision - Parties/agencies Application who received the • Posting is •Applicant receives cover letter Notice of Application required prior to •Any additional with ordinance if approved or issuance of notice parties of record Council's findings if denied -Any additional parties of record • Local Media 121 Table 11-1. Notice Requirements Notice of Notice of Hearing Notice of City Council Application Examiner or Recommendation/Decision Hearing Yakima Planning Commission Public Hearing • Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning Commission • Publish legal ad in the newspaper Rezone •Applicant (at least 20 days Notice of Recommendation • City Clerk will prior to hearing) publish legal ad in • Property owners • Regular mail to applicant and the newspaper and within 300-foot •Applicant parties of record send notice to the radius following: • Parties/agencies •City In-house who received the -Applicant Distribution List Notice of Notice of Decision Application - Parties/agencies • Posting is •Applicant receives cover letter who received the requiredprior to •Anyadditional Notice of Application q with ordinance if approved or issuance of notice parties of record Council's findings if denied -Any additional • Local Media parties of record • Hearing Examiner or Yakima Planning Commission • Publish legal ad in the newspaper Comprehensive See YMC Ch. 16.10 Plan Amendment Right-of-Way See .79YMC Ch. 14.21 Vacation SEPA See YMC Ch. 6.88 Shoreline See YMC Ch. 17.13 and WAC 173-27-110 Subdivisions See YMC Title 14 and RCW 58.17 15.17.020 Modification to permitted development and uses regulated. Minor changes to existing or approved Class (1), (2) or(3) uses or development may qualify for abbreviated review under the provisions in this chapter, if they meet the criteria listed below. Overlay districts shall not increase the level of review for the provisions of this chapter. Modifications not meeting the criteria below must apply directly for review as a Class (1), (2) or (3) use or development. • !N 4i. _1 122 A. The modification will not increase residential density that would require an additional level of review; B. The modification will not increase the amount of parking by more than ten percent or twenty / spaces (whichever is least), except that the amount of parking for controlled atmosphere and � cold storage warehouses may be increased byupto twenty spaces. This limit shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; . C. Any expansion mf use area or structure will not exceed fifty percent mfth floor area. � The expansion of an existinqi home may exceed the fifty percentlimit when all .applicable setback and lot coverage.standards are met, This|inni-shall be calculated cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal review; D. The modification will not increase the height of any structure; ' E. This limit shall be ca|ou|mbad cumulatively for all previous modifications since the last normal navievv� . � F. The modification will not add adr|ve- hru facility; and G. The modification does not include hazardous materials. 15 1� Q50 Continuation ofnonconformingusem. ., ' ' - . n' ~.~�"^""^^^�^�"^^°^^^" ~^^�""�^^�^~°�����'^�^��___��-�-~^�=° A. Generally. Any legal nonconforming use may continue as long as it remains otherwise lawful. Any change or expansion of the nonconforming use shall be made in accordance with the provisions VfYyWC15-119�O70or 15.1E9,080. B. Continuation When o Nonconforming Use ie Damaged or Destroyed. When o nonconforming use and associated structure are damaged, the nonconforming use may be replaced as it was prior to the damage. If the structure was also nonconforming, the structure may be rebuilt as it was immediately prior to the damage or in a manner that is more conforming in accordance with YK8C15.19.00D. C. Continuation of Nonconforming Single-Fam i Dw the Commercial and Industrial Z built in accordance with the provisions of YMC Ch. 15.17 (Modification). ` ' 2. YMC Ch. 0L88 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions. J x 1. For residentialdxveUi units in VVAC197-11-O0O b. Nine Thirty dwelling units in the 12 --A D 4 a. Tweffty-Sixtv dwelling units W41:t�, Fov�--t,sfor'Duplex and Multifamily residential development; � � Residential Development; � - 2. For reoreaUonm|, aamioe or storage buildings inVVAC 197- 11-800U\(b)U|0: � 123 a. Neither more than twelveJhirtv thousand square feet nor more than fortynirety parking spaces in the B I B 2, SCC, LCC. AS, C:3. GC, RD. M 1 and M nets; la-, parking&paced in all other zoning districts; 3, For infill development consistent with the City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and RCW 43.210.229: a. Residential Development up to 100 dwelling units in the GC and CBD zoning districts and land in the R-3 zoninQ district located actacent to a Princi al Arterial. eib.Mixed Use Demi° inent up to 100 dwell ng.unicppper floors in the GC and CBD zoning districts. 3. YMC Title 14 14.25.040 Lot design. Each lot within a subdivision shall comply with the following design standards and requirements: A. Double frontage lots, as defined in YMC 14.10.020, are permitted only where determined by the city council, or the administrator in the case of short subdivisions, to be essential to provide separation of residential lots from major and secondary arterial streets or high-intensity land uses or to overcome specific disadvantages of topography or parcel configuration. When double frontage lots are used, access shall be limited to only one of the fronting streets. B. An lots within a subdivision shall have direct access to and frontage upon a dedicated public street or be accessed by an easement. Access easements cannot serve more than one lot. Minimum street frontage and/or access easement width shall be at least twenty feet. Lots intended for residential use should not access a principal or minor arterial. C. Private streets conforming to YMC 12.06.090 may be allowed within a master planned development pursuant to YMC Chapter 15.28, or as part of a new Short Subdivision or Subdivision. D. AU lots not located in a master planned development subdivision shall have a minimum lot width at the building setback fine consistent with Table 5-2 (YMC Chapter 15.05). ar C- 71- I 124 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER D Public Notices . .... ........... D-1 Notice of Application, SEPA & Public Hearing 09/16/2019 D-la: Legal Ad D-lb: Press Release and Distribution Email D-lc: Parties and Agencies Notified D-ld: Affidavit of Mailing D-2 Notice of Retained Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) 10/08/2019 D-2a: Parties and Agencies Notified D-2b: Affidavit of Mailing D-3 YPC Agenda and Packet Distribution List 10/16/2019 D-4 YPC Agenda & Sign-In Sheet 10/23/2019 D-5 Notice of Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation 11/04/2019 (See DOC INDEX#AA-1 for YPC Recommendation) D-5a: Parties and Agencies Notified D-5b: Affidavit of Mailing D-6 Letter of Transmittal to City Clerk: City Council Hearing 11/06/2019 (mailing labels) 125 CITY OF YAKIMA, PLANNING IVS LETTER ITT L I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima, Planning Division, have transmitted to: Sonya Claar'Tee,City Clerk,by hand delivery,the following documents: 1. Mailing labels for CITY - 2019 S TX F# DUI.-I9 & SEPA 0 -19 `including all labels for parties of record and SEPA agencies Signed this 6th day of November,2019. Lisa Maxey Planning'Technician Received y: I . u _ _.. : Date: 126 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Cascade Natural Gas Manager 10705-B Gilbert Road 8113 W Grandridge Blvd 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Yakima,WA 98903-9203 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98902 bethb@ahtanum.net City of Union Gap Charter Communications Chamber of CommerceDennis Henne,Development Director Kevin Chilcote 10 North 9th Street P.O.Box 3008 1005 North 16th Ave Yakima,WA 98901Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98902 chamber@yakima.org Dennis.henne@unioneapwa.gov Department of Agriculture Dept of Archaeology&Historic Preservation Department of Commerce Kelly McLain Review Team PO Box 42560 1063 S Capitol Way,Ste 106 Olympia,WA 98504-8343 1011 Plum St SE Olympia,WA 98504 Sena@dahp.wa.gov Olympia,WA 98504-3172 kmclain@aar,wa.gov reviewteam@commerce.wa.Kov Department of Ecology Department of Ecology Department of Fish and Wildlife Annie Szvetecz,SEPA Policy Lead Gwen Clear,Regional Coordinator Eric Bartrand P.O.Box 47703 1250 West Alder Street 1701 South 24th Ave Olympia,WA 98504-7703 Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98902 separegister@ecy,wa.gov Eric.Bartrand@dfw.wa.gov crosepacoordinat©r@ecv.wa.sov sepaunit@ecy,wa.gov lori.white@ecv.wa.gov Scott.Downes@dfw.wa.gov Department of Fish and Wildlife Department of Health Department of Natural Resources SEPA Desk Kelly Cooper SEPA Center PO Box 43200 PO Box 47820 PO Box 47015 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 Olympia,WA 98504 SEPAdesk@dfw.wa.gov Keliv,cooper@doh.wa.gov sepacenter@dnr.wa.gov Department of Social&Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council-EFSEC Robert Hubenthal Environmental Protection Agency Stephen Posner,SEPA Officer Office of Capital Programs NEPA Review Unit PO Box 43172 P.O.Box 45848 1200 6th Ave#155 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Olympia,WA 98504-3172 Robert.Hubenthal@dshs.wa.gov sposner@utc{wa.gov Engineering Division Bob Desgrosellier Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs 129 N 2nd Street 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 bob.desgrosselier@yakimawa.gov Nob Hill Water Association Office of Rural and Farm Worker Housing Pacific Power Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller 6111 Tieton Drive 1400 Summitview Ave,Ste#203 Mike Paulson Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98902 500 North Keys Rd bob@nobhillwater.org Martvm2@orfh.orR Yakima,WA 98901 Parks&Recreation Commission Jessica Logan Soil Conservation District Trolleys PO Box 42560 Ray Wondercheck Paul Edmondson Olympia,WA 98504 1606 Perry Street,Ste.F 313 North 3rd Street essica.lp an arks.wa. ov Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Maintenance Department Seattle District,Regulatory Branch WA State Attorney General's Office 205 W Washington Ave P.O.Box 3755 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakima,WA 9800C. david.I.moore@usace,army,mll INDEX ^ . 127 wm State Dept ov Health,Office m Drinking Water Wastewater Division West Valley School District Jomieoam/pe . Marc Cawley o,Dana Ka|unig Angela Watts,Asst.Supt.Of Business& 1ozuzc Indiana Ave,stew15oo zzzo East Viola Ave Operations Spokane Valley,wmoyzzo Yakima,vvAgOgOz a9ozzierRoad «cpA.mmieWtE!ar(@u»h.«m.«ov marc.caw|ev@vaWmawm.nn" Yakima,vvA989u8'yZ99 Jamie.Da,dioepdoh.wa.wnv � dana.ka/|uvig(mvakimawa.gm" � waue(mwvsd208'ong vv5mOT wSoOT,xviation Division Paul Gonseth'Planning Engineer xv5DOT Patrick Wright a8O9KudkinRoad South Central ReQion|Planning Office 77O2 Terminal St SW Union Gap,vvA989O] SCp|anninR(mw»dotwa,mov Tumwater'vvA9D5u1 ovnse\o,@wsdac«uv vvrl«htP(awsdot.wa.nnv vakama Bureau of Indian Affairs v»k»mo Nation Environmental m«mtProgram Yakamx'nUck|tat Fisheries Project Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator Elizabeth mnch«»Environmental Review John Marvin ummmom, p�o�anxBz 7oo Pence Road ,.o.Box az Toppenish'vvA98948 roppen/,h.w^y»y*o Yakima,vVA989O9 nocco.dark@hia.gov o,a^chrv@wxomw.com |marv!oCa*akamazom Yakima Air Terminal Yakima County Building Department Robert Peterson,Airport Asstxxana&e, Harold Maclean � Yak|ma[ountyCummi�dune,� Z400vvestvva�hin�onAve 1a8mu�hz�Stree�^PhFloor vokima'vv�989O3 vak|m»'vvx989O� gommissi«neo*veb(�cn.vaWmo.wa.us mbert.nmenun(mvak1ma^m.cnv Ha,o|d.xxac|ean@covaktma^wau, Yakima County Health District Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Ryan lbach,Director of Environmental Health Terry Keenhan&Dianna Woods Lynn Deitrick&Jason Earles 1210 Ahtanum Ridge Dr Ste#200 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor 128 North 2nd Street,4th Floor Union Gap,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98901 - Yakima County Public Services Yakima GmenwayFoundation mkama Indian Nation Lisa Freund,Public Services Director weUieCnnnaughuon'Executive Director Johnson xxenmick,Cultural Resources 128 North znd Street,4th p|uo, . 1115omh 18thStset Program Yakima,vvA989Oz � Yakima,vvA989O1 � p� �O anx15z � |ism.heund@m^mWma.nm.us ke|oeewkimmRreenway.org Toppenish,WA 98948 mkamamdian Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency vakama Indian Nation *asanTahat,Compliance,Engineering& Yakima School District Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Planning Division Supervisor Trevor Greene,Superintendent PD.Box 15z zD6 Iron Horse[t#101 zO4 North 4thAve Tupmen|sh'vvA98948 Yakima,vvA9O9Oz Yakima,vvA989Oz oosan@vrcaa,oru � Yakima School District Sc��|zv�u'���ociate�upehntenden� vakima-n�o»Irrigation District Yakima VaUeyCanal[o zO4m�^xve Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 47u Camp«nd za4osa,mtsnnLane Yakima,vvAeoyoz Yakima,vv�yueoo vokim" vvAgo9ou izuou.scm�(mvokimaschpn|s.prg ' ` - Yakima Valley vak|nnaValley[n�eenoaofGo,emmems Peter Arnold Executive Yakima wame5y�ems /wikeShuu|ewo� Man ager Keith Kova|enko'District Manager 3zz North«thStreet, 3105Tieton s�e�zoz -rive zuzo1/a Terrace Heights Dr. Yakima,vvA989U1 Yakima,WA-aeuz Yakima,xvA989Oz mike.shu':|ewo�h@�v"cu«.n,� � pete/@�«ak|ma«aUefTyspum'o/u kmithkwagecunnecwuns.com ' DOC 128 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Cascade Natural Gas Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Manager 8113 W Grandridge Blvd 10705-B Gilbert Road 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98902 Charter Communications City of Union Gap Department of Agriculture Kevin Chilcote Dennis Henne,Development Director Kelly McLain 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 P.O.Box 42560 Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs NEPA Review Unit 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 1200 6th Ave#155 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Pacific Power Soil Conservation District Trolleys Mike Paulson Ray Wondercheck Paul Edmondson 500 North Keys Rd 1606 Perry Street,Ste. F 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 US Army Corps of Engineers United States Postal Service Seattle District WA State Attorney General's Office Maintenance Deptartment Regulatory Branch 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 205 W Washington Ave P.O.Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakama Indian Nation Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources Superintendent Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Program P.O.Box 632 P.O.Box 151 P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Yakima Valley Canal Co Trevor Greene,Superintendent Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 104 North 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 \\Apollo\Shared\PlannineAssignments-Planning\LABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 07.03.19-Form List.docx Type of Notice: Q+Caf COej, u i c 7 .., File Number: I * 001. / °A - O .' 7-1°1 Date of IV! ' g: ig I 119 rt 5 IN', ..... , .. 129 Parties of Record—City Planning—2019 Text Amendments—TXT#00 1-1 9& SEPA#027-19 David Young Erika Valencia Bud Nolen david@imperialsgarden,cpm Valencia.erik av@gmai I.eurn ernhtiewgc.nsi Barbara Altera Charles I litchcock Chelsea Snodgrass vveenfjuno.com chgligilrikill,qrg 01.142111§...$14.whb...11,9r_g In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 08/2019 Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carplypjlellssgyakitrov Glenn Denman Code Administration QicosiDenman@yakimawa. ov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe_Caruso vkimawasov John Zabel! Code Administration John2abell@yakimawa.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kclli.11ortoncykimawa,gov . Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.Rossi nol akimawa,gov, . Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro.Contreras@yakimawaspv Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Sumne.Debusschere(a)yakimawaspv Vick DeOchoa Code Administration Yick.DeOehoa@yakimawa_spv Joan Davenport Community Development joan.Davenport@yakiinawaspv Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Ro5afinda,lbarra@yAkirrtawasoy- - Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bobnesgrosellie a yakitriawaspy Dan Riddle Engineering Dan-RiddQYAir114Y4,g9Y_ Tyler Witthuhn Engineering TYier•Witihuhr4ViSlrrlinY449Y Aaron Markham Fire ,)kIrr19,7_141<114111CIVId1P4M4,g9v Pat Reid Fire Pat.Re10@yakintawa. ov Jeff Cutter Legal Jeff.Cuttergyakimawasov Sara Watkins Legal Sara_Watkins'a akimawastiv. Archie Matthews ONDS Arch i c.M atth e w s@ya k lot a w aspy, Joseph Calhoun Planning Joseph.Calhoun@yalsjotawaspy Lisa Maxey Planning Lisa.Maxgy@yakiplawaspy Matt Murray Police M411110,Y,11111rra_Y@Y,011.11P9VY Scott Schafer Public Works Septt.SpIaccr4yakin1awa,spv Loretta Zammarchi Refuse 1„orettkKarriniatch4p,yakimawa.gpv Randy Layman Refuse Randy„Laymangyakimawasov Gregory Story Transit PITgorY,S110rY@Ya_kirnawa-ggv, James Dean Utilities James.Dsan yakimawaspv Dana Kallevig Wastewater Darta,Katkeyigkakimawasov Randy Meloy Wastewater gAridyMcipyfkakimawagov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation gavici.EirpwR@ya,kimawasov Mike Shane Water/Irrigation Mike.Shane@yakimawa.gov Outside Distribution Revised 02/2019 Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima, WA 98901 I: Yes V-No (Subdivision notices ONLY) r r.. Type of Notice: N)U or (...11J c4rcJIP(,{b), /ke2hk7.9 File Number: —rxr#oo I / 4--FAlly)42-7-iq Date of yilfing: 19/3 hq Rearint3 DOC. INDEX # ,D.--tp ... 130 Maxey, Lisa From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2019 8:19 AM To: Claar Tee, Sonya Subject: City Council Public Hearing Notice - City Planning 2019 Text Amendments - TXT# 001/SEPA#027-19 Attachments: In-House Distribution E-mail List_updated 09.30.2019; Local Media List_10.01.2019; SEPA Agencies E-mail Distribution List_updated 07.03.19 Good morning Sonya, Please send the public hearing notice for the above-entitled project to these distribution lists: In-House Distribution E-mail List updated 09.30.2019, Local Media List 10.01.2019, and SEPA Agencies E-mail Distribution List updated 07,03.19. Please include the following parties of record and Planning Commission members as well: aar7040admaitcorn silvrfx49@brni,net iakealiyakimacarn teanne„.micket@rne„.corn patbvers907 ,trrisn„corn Philipostriem robmccormickaircenter.corn cook.wcharter„net davidAirnperialsgarden.com Valenciaerikav@gmailcorn cmhAgome.net yvccn( [uno.com charliehacrikorc csnodgrassacwhba,ord Thank you! Lisa Maxey Planning Technician City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.576.6669 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 IN; ;E, 131 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 City Planning- 2019 Text Amendments N/A; City-wide I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to City Council; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to the applicant, all parties of record, and all property owners of record within a radius of 300 feet of subject property; that said property owners are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 4th day of November,2019. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. I Lisa Maxey Planning Technician - r - 132 Parties of Record—City Planning—2019 Text Amendments—TXT#001-19& SEPA#027-19 David Young Erika Valencia Bud Nolen ctayidaimperials arden.com Valencia.crikav@gmail.com 0111@&0Xg.c.:rict Barbara Altera Charles Hitchcock Chelsea Snodgrass yycengjoup,corn charlich@orth,orig espodgrass!ilOwhba.pig In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 08/2019 Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolyn.Belles@yakimawa.gov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.DenmanAyakimawa. ov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Caruso@yakiniawa_gov John Zabell Code Administration Johnlabellayakimawaz_ov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelji.Herton@yakimavya.gov, Linda Rossignol Code Administration 1..iPda, 0.518slola Pedro Contreras Code Administration 1),;(1111,G9,91ticS11., Yal.qq,14,%Ya2ge.Y Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzanne,DeN5sehereyakimawa.gpv Vick DeOchoa Code Administration Vic;0e0choa@yakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joan.Davenport@yaki mawa,gov Rosalinda lbarra Community Development Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob,pcsgEo§cllietgy*Unawagey Dan Riddle Engineering Pp:Ric1410,k*crl.,419-gov Tyler Witthuhn Engineering Tyler.Witth uho@yakimawkgoy Aaron Markham Fire Agon.rnarkham@yakimawa.gov Pat Reid Fire pat.Reid akimawa. ov Jeff Cutter Legal JefT.Cuttera akima%va, ov Sara Watkins Legal Sara.WatkinsgyakimawkRov. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie.Matthews@yAkimawa.goy Joseph Calhoun Planning Jo,5gph,Calhouryakinjawa,gov, Lisa Maxey Planning Lisa,MmuPyak i mawa.gqy Matt Murray Police Matthcw,ilyurrayrayakintawagpy Scott Schafer Public Works Scott,Schaferay,akitnawa.gov Loretta Zammarchi Refuse 10re11.a,Kli WIWI)j@y4imoyaApy Randy Layman Refuse Randy.Layman_@yakimawa.gov Gregory Story Transit GrggPrV.Stga@YAIT11111,YAMY James Dean Utilities Jarnes.Dean@yakimawa,gpv Dana Kallevig Wastewater P.411k1c4.11cY.ig@Y4kimaYLgov. Randy Meloy Wastewater R.411.0Y.,MPI.PYCchakimawa,8Pv Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David,Brown c y_ak_,imawa.g©v Mike Shane Water/Irrigation Mike.ShancaAyakimawa.gov Outside Distribution Revised 02/2019 Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn: Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima, WA 98901 El Yes No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: NAT.,of 'IftJkO1VWJ?OkhOn File Number: lx-r 00ii tb0,77 Date of Mailing: I 1 ) lig DOG. 111DEX # - a_ � 133 � Maxey, �a ' From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Monday, November U4' ZO1y11:58AK4 To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun, Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Cutter,Jeff; Davenport, Joan; Dean, James; De8ueche/e, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; DeOchoa' Vick; Desgrose||ier, Bob; Horton, KeUi; |ba,na' Ro»a|inda; KaUevig' Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; � Matthews, Archie; K4e|oy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Reid, Patrick; Riddle, Dan; Rossigno[ � Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory; Watkins, Sara;VVitthuhn, Tyler;Zabe|[ � John;Zemmarchi' Loretta Cc: Calhoun, Joseph Subject: RE: Notice nfYP[ Recommendation City Planning 2O19 Text Amendments TXT# 001 19 &SEPA#027 19 Attachments: NOTICE OFYP[ RE[OK4K4ENDAT|ON Z019TextAmendments.pdf , Edits made tm Exhibit Aof the Reoonnnnendadon� see attached update notice. Thanks! ^ Lisa Maxey � Planning Technician � City of Yakima Planning Division � � p5OS.57O.000Q � --- 128 North 2nd Street, Yakima,Washington, Q8AU1 � ' . From: Maxey, Lisa Sent: Monday, November O4, ZO199:OOAM � To: Belles, Carolyn«Canokm.Bel es0DyaNmnavva.gov>; Brown, David <David.Brown @yaWmawm.gmv>; Calhoun,Joseph � ^Joseph.Ca|houn@'/AK|W1AVVA.GOV>; Contreras, Pedro<Pedno.Contreras@YAK|MAVVA.GOV>; Cutter,Jeff � ^1ef[Cutter@yakinnawa.gov>; Davenport,Joan ^1nan.Dave npmrt@yakinnavva.8ov»; Dean,James � "iarnes.Dean@yahinnavva.Qov>; DeBusschere, Suzanne<suzanne.debusschere@yakinmavva.gov>; Denman, Glenn <G|enn.Denman@yahimnavva.gox>; DeOchoa,Vick<Vick.DeC]choa@YAK|MAVVA.GOV>; DesgroseUier, Bob <Bob.DesgnooeUier@yakimnavxa.gov>; Horton, KeUi<KeUiHorton@yakimavva.Qov>; |barra, Rnsa|inda � <Rosa|inda.|barra@yakinnaxva.8ox>; KaUexi8, Dana <Dana.KaUevig@yakinnavva.Qov>; Layman, Randy <Randy.Laynnan@yakimnawa.8ov>; Markham, Aaron <aaron.rnarhhamn@yakinnawa.gov»; Matthews,Archie <Archie.K4atthem/s@yaNnnam/a.gnx>; Maxey, Lisa <Lisa.K4aney@YAK|MAVVA.GOV>; Me|oy, Randy <Randy.Me|uy@yakimam/a.gnv»; Murray, Matthew<nnatt.murray@yaNnoaxva.gov>; Reid, Patrick ^ <pat.reid@yakinmaxva.gov>; Riddle, Dan <Dan.Ridd|e8Dyakinnavva.gov»; 0ossigno|, Linda <Linda.Rossigno|@yakimavva.Aox>;Schafer, Scott<Scott.Schafer@yakimawa.gov>; Shane, Mike x <Mike.Shane@yakimawa.gov>; Story, Gregory<Gregory.Story@yakimawa.gov>; Watkins, Sara � <Sara.VVatkins@YAK|MAVVA.G[}V>; VVitthuhn, Ty|er<Ty|er.VVitthuhn@yakimaxva.gnv>; Zabe||,]ohn � <]ohn.Zabe||@yakinnavva.8ov>; Zamnoarchi, Loretta <Loretta.Zannmanchi@YAK|MAVVA.GOV> Cm: Calhoun,Joseph <]ooeph.[a|houn@YAK|K4AVVA.GOV» Subject: Notice of YPC Recommendation -City Planning 2019 Text Amendments-TXT#001-19 &SEPA#027-19 Attached is a Notice Of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to City Council regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any questions about thisplease contact assigned planner Joseph Calhoun at (5O9) 575-6042 or email to:~— _~ .callhoun Thank you! � 1 1 34 Lisa Maxey Planning Technician 1- City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.576.6669 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington,98901 2 # 'or DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 135 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director YAKIMA Planning Division a, CITY OF • Joseph Calhoun, Manager 129 North Second Street,2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning NOTIFICATION OF PLANNING COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATION TO THE YAKIMA CITY COUNCIL DATE: November 4, 2019 TO: Parties of Record SUBJECT: Notice of the Yakima Planning Commission's Recommendation to the Yakima City Council FILE #(S): TXT#001-1 9 & SEPA#027-1 9 APPLICANT: City of Yakima Planning Division PROJECT LOCATION: N/A; City-wide On November 1, 2019, the City of Yakima Planning Commission rendered their recommendation on TXT#001-19, a proposal to amend sections of the City of Yakima's Municipal Code Title 14 Subdivisions, Title 15 Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, and Ch. 6.88 Environmental Policy. The application was reviewed at an open record public hearing on October 23, 2019. A copy of the Planning Commission's Findings and Recommendation is enclosed, The Planning Commission's Recommendation will be considered by the Yakima City Council in a public hearing to be scheduled. The City Clerk will notify you of the date, time and place of the public hearing. For further information or assistance you may contact Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun at (509) 575-6042 or email to:joseph.calhoun@yakimawa,gov. Joseph Calhoun Planning Manager I)ate of Mailing: November 4, 2019 Enclosures: Planning Commission's Recommendation 4: Ilk 2015 t• " 1;' 136 /11 rill M II"CITY pF YAKIMA CITY pF YAk MA • Pannin Panning City of Yakima Planning Commission City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday October 23, 2019 Beginning at 3:00 p.m. Public Hearing *PLEASE WRITE LEGIBLY* GI.-43 R1414.AL ciltilich 0/r\.0/h l(I 01 atfGks cak c 90 of OZ Page 1 10/23/201 (;Meeting INDEX 137 MISS. DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AICP, Director CITY YAKIMA Planning Division •* OF • Joseph Calhoun,Manager 129 North Second Street,2"d Floor,Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.goviservices/planning City of Yakima Planning Commission PUBLIC HEARING City Hall Council Chambers Wednesday October 23,2019 3:00 p.m. -5:00 p.m. YPC Members: Chairwoman Patricia Byers,Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat,Al Rose,Bill Cook,Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel,and Philip Ostriem Council Liaison:Dulce Gutierrez(District 1) City Planning Staff: Joan Davenport(Community Development Director),Rosalinda Ibarra(Community Development Administrative Assistant),Joseph Calhoun(Planning Manager),Eric Crowell(Associate Planner), Trevor Martin(Associate Planner),Colleda Monick(Community Development Specialist), and Lisa Maxey(Planning Technician) AGENDA I. Call to Order IL Roll Call III. Staff Announcements IV, Audience Participation(for items not listed on the agenda) V. Approval of Meeting Minutes of October 9,2019 VI. Public Hearing-2019 Text Amendments Applicant: City of Yakima Planning Division File Numbers: TXT#001-19&SEPA#027-19 Site Address: N/A;Citywide Request: Amendments to sections of the City of Yakirna's Municipal Code Title 14 Subdivisions,Title 15 Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance,and Ch.6.88 Environmental Policy. (View packet online:httpsVi .yakimawa.goviservicesiplanning/2019- text-amendrnentso VII. Other Business VIII. Adjourn Next Meeting:November 13,2019 °falelmm ° "i§f: 138 YPC Staff Report & Packet Distribution List City Planning— 2019 Text Amendments TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 YPC PACKET: Patricia Byers Al Rose Bill Cook Patbyers907(amsnxorn Siivrfx40@brnLnet Cook.w@charternet aar7040PgrnaiLcom Rob McCormick Jake Liddicoat Leanne Hughes-Mick& rab@mccorrnickaircenter,corn iake(@3dyakima„,corn leanne.mickel@me.com Philip Ostriem Phitipostriem@gmail.com AGENDA&STAFF REPORT ONLY: Date Distributed: 10 / to—3 139 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 City Planning 2019 Text Amendments N/A I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Retention of DNS; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to SEPA agencies and all parties of record that are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on this 8th day of October,2019. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. Lisa Maxey Planning Technician ti) HAI ? 140 xhtanum Irrigation District Century Link Beth Ann em|otte'Executive Assistant � Cascade Natural Gas ManagerzD7Os-eGi|bn�xoad uz1axvG�nd,idgeo�d Yakima,vvx989O3-eu05 Kennewick,vvA99336 O South ZndAve,nm#304 Yakima,vvx989DZ be�bA�ah|aoum.met ' - Charter Communications City of Union Gap nns Chamber nfCommerce oennisnenne Development nevin�hi|cot ' zO North 9thStreet Box zU0smo� P.O..O. Yakima,vvx9890z Union Ga�vvA989O3 va�ma'vv�9D9O2 oha;mher(&v �� mam*g Deno�-hemne@*vniammppw��m ' Department ofAgriculture oeptofA�haeo|oVy&H|�oricp/esewatioo oepa�mentofCommp�e Kelly McLain Review Team 1O63SCupito|vvuy'Ste zV6 pOeox4256n zO��p|um5tSs Olympia,vvA9850u-O343 Olympia,vvA9DsO4 Sepa8sdahp.wa�nv Olympia,wA98sOu'317Z � hmm|ainaar.wa.�m revi.ewu am@comnmerce,wa.Rov _ Department ofEcology Department nfEcology Department of Fish and Wildlife Annie 5xvetecz'SspA Policy Lead Gwen Clear, cricou�mnd p.O.Box 477O3 wea�Regional z7O15outhZ4thxwe 13sUvve,t Alder Street Olympia,vvA9Osou'77O3 vaWma'vv�989OZ Union Gap,WA sepane�s�r��ecvme.�v ' �m�.B��r nd��d�/���0� ���cmm�l��n0e�waw� - em�um���acv.*m�mw|o�Av crosepacoordinator@ecv,wa.gov 5cottumwnes0dhm.wma,0y Department of Fish and Wildlife Department nfHealth Department of Natural Resources SspAoe,k Kelly Cooper SEPA Center pO Box 43ZOO pO Box 4782O pO Box 47Oz5 Olympia,vvA98sO4 Olympia,vv^98sO4 Olympia,vvx98s04 SEp^desW@dhw.vva,mrw KeUv,comper(Mdnh.wa.nov sepamenmen@dv�wa.gox Department o,Social m Health Services Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council'cpscc *ouertxu»enma| Environmental Protection Agency Stephen Posner,5cpxOfficer Office of Capital Programs wsp4 Review Unit pO Box 43z7o p.o.Box 4sne zIOnskh Ave#z55 Olympia,wA»ns»4 seatt|e'vvxg81Uz Olympia,wx98504-Jz/Z � zpmsne,@)vtcma,Aav - Engineering Division muboeq;mseU|er Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs t29N2ndStreet 3IOUvv.Washington Ave pO Box 4O9O9 Yaki ma,vvA989Oz Yakima,vvA98903 Olympia,vVA98sU4 bob.desgmsse|ier(a)vaki.mawa.g4m Nob Hill Water Association Office nf Rural and Farm Worker Housing Pacific Power Bob Irving,Engineering Technician Marty Miller Mike Paulson 6z1zrietnnDrive 14no Sum mitxiew Ave,Ste#oo3 Yakima,vvA9o9oo Yakima,xvAyoyoa s»um»�h«ev�«d Yakima vvxyuonz Lob4onmhhi8*atecorg Ma�m2@���� ' � Parks&Recreation Commission Jessica Logan 5oUConsemation0�ri�� Trolleys naywhndercheck Paul Edmondson pV Box 4u56@ 180Gperrystneet��e p Jz]ww�h]ndStreet Olympia,vv�suso4 � ' Yakima,WA � Yakima,vvA9890z ieus��Jommn0ooa���v���ov ' - US Army Corps of Engineers un�ed����|Semim ' Maintenance Department Seattle District,Regulatory Branch WA State Attorney General's Office ZO5vv Washington Ave P.O. t Box z43��ukesideCow, 6te#zV2 Yakima,ww98903 Seattle,wwgH124-3755 Yakima,mm�����~ uamd.|.mwmreLMqaum.a,mv.m>1 | , . 141 wm State Dept of Health,Office ovDrinking Water ' Wastewater Division West Valley School District Jom/esord/ne Marc Cawley n,Dana KaUev|g Angela Watts,Asst.Supt.of Business& zozo1s Indiana Ave,Stew15ou 27zo East Viola Ave Operations Spokane Valley,wwooz10 Yakima,vvA989Oz O9OZZierRoad spA.e«Ic*'wpmjL&d«»'wm'pn« /n«o.caw|ev@yaWmawa.gov Yakima,vvA989On'9299 ]amiaxard|oe��n�wapmv� ' ' dana'ka||evigPvakimawa,gqv wuusa8*»=sd2O8.o,c W5oOT w5 OT,wwmmnowsion Paul Gnoseth'p|onoinA Engineer m8oOT Patrick Wright 2oOeRudkinRoad South Central neQiun|Planning Office 77Oz Terminal 5tBm Union Gap,vvx989O3 5Cp|anninR(@wsdnt.wn.#pv Tvmwater,vvx98sOz wonsetp,@wsdot.wm! vVr|nhrP@vadot.wa.«ov - vakamx Bureau of Indian Affairs m:am»Nation Environmental mmmtProgram vakumo'o|ixkUat Fisheries Project Rocco Clark,Environmental Coordinator Elizabeth sanc»e»Environmental Review John Marvin P.O.aoxsuz Coordinator 760 pence Road T»PP«nish.«»A9B94D p.m.Box 1szrvnneo/�»'mm»«y�o YaNma'vvA989O9 noccn.c|a/k<�Wa.nov esonc»ev�ovokamo`mm im�mi"@»vakama.nz� Yakima Air Terminal Yakima County Building Department Robert Peterson,Airport xotManager Harold Maclean Yakima County Commissioners 240O West Washington Ave zZ8 North z"^Street,4^hFloor Commioiunmrowe�(�cnvukimawaus Yakima,vvx989O3 Yakima,vvA989U1 ` ' ' - robert.petcrsnn@vak|mo=a.nuv *oro|d.K4ac|ean@cn.vnkima'wn.us Yakima County Health District Yakima County Flood Control District Yakima County Planning Ryan|hoch'Director of Environmental Health Terry Keenhan&Dianna Woods Lynn meitrick&Jason sodes 1210Ahtanum Ridge mrSte#uOO 128 North Z"*St,eet,41h Runr 128 North Znd Street'«th Floor Union Gap,wA989O3 Yakima,xvA989Oz Yakima,vvA989Oz vhd@co.vakima.wa.u^ Terrv'Kcenhan<@co.vakVma,wmus Lynn.Deithck@co.vakima.wa.uo %vanJbvch@covaWma.w,,a,.us Qiunnx.vvnod5{mco.*akima.wa.vs /asnn.Eades0oco.vahima'wa,vu - Yakima County Public Services Yakima GmenwayFoundation vakamo Indian Nation Lisa Freund,Public Services Director KeUieConnoughton'Executive Director Johnson weninick,Cultural Resources zau North znd Street,/mhFloor ! zzz South z8uhStreet Program Yakima,vvA9890z Yakima,vvA989O1 P.O.Box zsz |ba.frnund0aco.vakmna.nm.us . heUimLZDvakimanreenwov.one Toppenioh'vvx98948vakama Indian _ Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency vuxama Indian Nation HasanTahat,Compliance,snQineerinK& Yakima School District Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council Planning Division Supervisor Trevor Greene,Superintendent p.0.Box z51 | 1O6 Iron Horse Ct#zOz z04 North 4thAve Toppen|sh'w4989u8 ! Yakima,vvA989oz Yakima,vvA989O2 kaoan@wzaa.v/g Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton|mUpt|pn District Yakima Valley Canal Co Scott|zutsu'Associate Superintendent zo«w��*xe Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 47n Camp 4nd za4nGarret,onLane Yakima,vvAeuyoz Yakima,vvA98908 Yakima VvA989O8 imtsu.scou(@vakimaschoo|s.or. ' - ` Yakima Valley Conference ofGovernment YakimnvaUeyK�u»eums Yakima Waste Systems pete,*mu|d'sxem�|vemirecto/ »«ikeSh«�|ew»�h'p|a»»|ng Manager uzOsTie�«»or|ve Keith Kuva|enko'District Manager azzmv� �u h/mh/uree�' e#2uz zuzzz/z Terrace Heights Dr. Yakima,vvA9890z Yakima,xvAyuguu Yakima,vv�989Uz pete,@»voNmava||evmuseumo,n mike.shvn|ewo� mrvh� cnuuru � 'keithk@wastecunnectinns.com � - ��m��� ������^ ��� ' ""°`�~~°~ 142 Ahtanum Irrigation District Century Link Cascade Natural Gas Beth Ann Brulotte,Executive Assistant Manager 8113 W Grandridge Blvd 10705-B Gilbert Road 8 South 2nd Ave,Rm#304 Kennewick,WA 99336 Yakima,WA 98903 Yakima,WA 98902 Charter Communications City of Union Gap Department of Agriculture Kevin Chilcote Dennis Henna,Development Director Kelly McLain 1005 North 16th Ave P.O.Box 3008 P.O.Box 42560 Yakima,WA 98902 Union Gap,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Environmental Protection Agency Federal Aviation Administration Governor's Office of Indian Affairs NEPA Review Unit 2200 W.Washington Ave PO Box 40909 1200 6th Ave#155 Yakima,WA 98903 Olympia,WA 98504 Seattle,WA 98101 Pacific Power Soil Conservation District Trolleys Mike Paulson Ray Wondercheck Paul Edmondson 500 North Keys Rd 1606 Perry Street,Ste.F 313 North 3rd Street Yakima,WA 98901 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98901 United States Postal Service US Army Corps of Engineers Seattle District WA State Attorney General's Office Maintenance Deptartment Regulatory Branch 1433 Lakeside Court,Ste#102 205 W Washington Ave P.O.Box 3755 Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98903 Seattle,WA 98124-3755 Yakama Indian Nation Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Yakama Indian Nation Johnson Meninick,Cultural Resources Superintendent Ruth Jim,Yakima Tribal Council P.O.Box 632 Program P.O.Box 151 P.O.Box 151 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Toppenish,WA 98948 Yakima School District Yakima-Tieton Irrigation District Yakima Valley Canal Co Trevor Greene,Superintendent Sandra Hull Robert Smoot 104 North 4th Ave 470 Camp 4 Rd 1640 Garretson Lane Yakima,WA 98902 Yakima,WA 98908 Yakima,WA 98908 \\Apollo\Shared\Planning‘AssIgnments-Planning\LABELS and FORMS\SEPA REVIEWING AGENCIES_updated 07.03.19-Form Llst.docx Type of Notice: . NNc.„Of ' ' tl.0 bAl3 File Number: - ' 1 00 1 ' . 097-1 Date of Mailing: ib is 1 e . ,., 143 Parties of Record—Cuy Planning—2019 Text Amendments—TXT#uv 1-19& SEPA#027-19 David Young Erika Valencia Bud Nolen : day d`Jitnperialsgarden.com Valcncia?erikayAgniailcom, cmhfr goige.net Barbara Altera vccn r s uno,cotn In-House Distribution E-mail List Revised 08/2019 Name Division E-mail Address Carolyn Belles Code Administration Carolin,Bcllcs akitpawafgov Glenn Denman Code Administration Glenn.Denman@yarkimawag_ov Joe Caruso Code Administration Joe.Carus©, yakimawa,bov_ John Zabell Code Administration John,ZabelI yAkimawa.gov Kelli Horton Code Administration Kelti,i-lorton t@yakimawa.S9v Linda Rossignol Code Administration Linda.Rosignol@yakimawa.gpv Pedro Contreras Code Administration Pedro,cpritrcK4,sigyakimawa.gov Suzanne DeBusschere Code Administration Suzannc©ebusschere©yakimawa.gov_ Vick DeOchoa Code Administration Vick,.DcOchoar)yakimawa.gov Joan Davenport Community Development Joa .Davenport yakimawa.gov_ Rosalinda Ibarra Community Development Rosalinda.lbarra�c� akimawa. ov Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Bob.Desgroselliercyakimawa.gov Dan Riddle Engineering Dan.Riddled akitnawa. ov Tyler Witthuhn Engineering Tyler.Witthuhn yakimawa,gov Aaron Markham Fire Aaron.markharn yakimawa,gov Pat Reid Fire Pat,Reid@yakimawa,gov Jeff Cutter Legal Jef1,Cutter akimawa, ov ............ Sara Watkins Legal Sara.Watkins etyakimawa.gpv. Archie Matthews ONDS Archie;Matthews@yakimawa.gov Joseph Calhoun Planning Jasenh.Calh©un1a y_akmawgg9v : wr�nN __ Lisa Maxey Planning Lisa.Maxey t vakimawa.gov Matt Murray Police Matthew.murr_ay�i@�7y_akimawa,g©v Scott Schafer Public Works Scott.SchaFer(alyakimawa,g©v Loretta Zammarchi Refuse L©retta._Lammarchi,@yakmaw_a.gov Randy Layman Refuse Randy.I.ayman y„akimawa.gov Gregory Story Transit Greg.9.11. t©ry„Qyakimawa.gov. James Dean Utilities James„DeanQyakimawa.gov Dana Kallevig Wastewater Dana,Kallevig@y_akimawa. v Randy Meloy Wastewater Randy.Mclgy®yakimawa.gov Dave Brown Water/Irrigation David Br©wrQyakimawa.gnv Mike Shane Water/Irrigation V1ike_Shanccr,yakimawa,gov Outside Distribution Revised 02/2019 Name Address Included In Mailing? Pacific Power Attn:Estimating Department 500 N Keys Rd,Yakima,WA 98901 Yes l]G No (Subdivision notices ONLY) Type of Notice: NA ..O'( RILATAMILL b NHS File Number: \)n t T O©` fs 'SETA O 7-1 Date of Mailing: ....I o/ i 9 INDEX as 144 Maxey, Lisa � From: Maxey, Lisa � ' ' � Sent: Tupsday, October0l 2019 9:E5AK4 � To: Belles, Carolyn; Brown, David; Calhoun,Joseph; Contreras, Pedro; Cutter,Jeff; Davenport, | Joan; Dean, James; DeBusschere, Suzanne; Denman, Glenn; DeOchoa, Vick; Desgrosellier, Bob; Horton, Kelli; lbarra, Rosalincla; Kallevig, Dana; Layman, Randy; Markham, Aaron; Matthews, Archie; Maxey Lisa; Me|uy, Randy; Murray, Matthew; Reid' Patrick; Riddle, Dan; Rossignol, Linda; Schafer, Scott; Shane, Mike; Story, Gregory;Watkins, Sara; VVitthuhn' Tyler;Zobe|[John; Zammarchi' Loretta; 'Al Rose'; 'A|fred & Rose (si|vrfx40 @bminet)'; Gutierrez, Ou|ce; 'Jacob Liddicoat'; 'Leanne Hughes-Mickel'; 'Patricia Byers'; 'Philip Ostriem'; 'Rob McCormick'; 'William Cook(cook.w@charter.net)';Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bru|otte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber nf Commerce; ' Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce ([TEO) Review Team; Department of Ecology; Department ofEcology Lori White; Department ofEcology SEPA Register; Department of Ecology-CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife - Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Dept of Social fk Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept. Archaeology& Historic Preservation SEPA Review; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council - Stephen Posner; Henne, Dennis; Nob Hill Water Bob Irving; Office nfRural & FarmworkerHousing Marty Miller, Peteoon, Robert; Scott - |zutsu Yakima School District;Trevor Greene Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore; VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office nf Drinking Water;VVA State Dept ofHealth, Office ofDrinking Water;WA State Parks f& Recreation Commission;West Valley School District Angela Watts;VVSDOT Paul Gonseth; VVSDOT South Central Regional Planning Office;VV5DOTAviation Patrick Wright; Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs Rocco Clark;Yakame Nation Environmental Management Program Elizabeth Sanchey;Yakamo K|ickitatFisheries John Marvin; Yakima County Building Official Harold Maclean;Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Flood Control District - Dianna Woods; Yakima County Flood Control District Terry Keenhen;Yakima County Health District;Yakima County Health District Ryan |bach;Yakima County Planning Zoning/Sub 'Jason Eadea;Yakima County Planning Director Lynn Deitrick;Yokima County Public Svcs Director, Lisa Freund; Yakima GreenwayFoundation Ke||ie[onnaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency HasanTohot;Yakima Valley Conference ofGovernments Mike Shutt|eworth;Yakima ' Valley Museum Peter Arnold;Yakima Waste Systems KaithKova|enho Cc: Calhoun, Joseph Subject: Notice of Retained DNS City Planning 2019 Text Amendments TXT#001 19 & 5EPA# 027-1y Attachments: NOTICE DF RETAINED DNS-City Planning ZU19 Text Amendments ' TXT#0O1 19....pdf � ` Attached is a Notice of Retained Determination of Non-Significance (DNS) regarding the above-entitled project, If you have any questions about this proposal, please contact assigned planner Joseph Calhoun at /509\ 575- 6042 or email to:ioseph.ca$b mamxa,q , Thank you! � Lisa Maxey � Planning Technician ^City Of Yakima Planning Division p: 5OQ.5TO.OG8A -�-� 12SN��h2ndS�ee�Yak�n�.VVmohin�un. S8BO1 . � DEP/ :MENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELC TENT 1 45 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director os Planning Division CITY OF YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager • • 129 North Second Street, 2nd Floor,Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov • www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE NOTICE OF RETENTION CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON October 8, 2019 File Numbers: SEPA#027-19 The City of Yakima Department of Community Development issued a [X] Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS), [ ] Mitigated Determination of Nonsignificance (MDNS), [ ] Modified DNS/MDNS, on September 16, 2019, for this proposal under the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and WAC 197-11-340. This retention concerns a State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Review of non-project minor amendments to the following Zoning Ordinance Sections: YMC 15.02.020 Definitions, YMC 15.03.020(B) R-1 District Intent Statement; YMC 15.04.040, Table 4-1 Permitted Land Uses; YMC 15.04.060 Accessory Uses; YMC 15.04.080 Drive-through facilities; YMC 15.04.120 Home Occupations; YMC 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards; YMC 15.09.010 [Special Development Standards] Purpose; YMC 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays; YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units; YMC 15.09.050 Performance standards-Emissions; YMC 15.09.080 Special requirements for short term rentals; YMC 15.09.100 Private street review requirements; YMC 15.09.210 Special requirements for retaining walls; YMC 15.11.020 Application requirements; YMC 15.17.020 Modification to permitted development uses regulated; and YMC 15.19.050 Continuation of nonconforming uses. Additionally, changes are proposed to YMC 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions; and YMC 14.25.040 Lot design. This threshold determination is hereby: [X] Retained [ ] Modified. Modifications to this threshold determination include the following: [ ] Withdrawn. This threshold determination has been withdrawn due to the following: [ ] Delayed. A final threshold determination has been delayed due to the following: Summary of Comments and Responses (if applicable): N/A Responsible official: Joan Davenport, AICP Position/Title: Community Development Director/SEPA Responsible Official Phone: (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima,WA 98901 Date: October 8, 2019 Signature: 4 IN t 146 You may appeal this determination to Joan Davenport, City of Yakima Community Development Director, at 129 N 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901, no later than October 22, 2019. You must submit a completed appeal application form with the$580 application fee. Be prepared to make specific factual objections. Contact the City of Yakima, Planning Division, for information on appeal procedures. Yakima 1994 147 AFFIDAVIT OF MAILING STATE OF WASHINGTON CITY OF YAKIMA RE: TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 City Planning- 2019 Text Amendments City-wide I, Lisa Maxey, as an employee of the City of Yakima Planning Division, have dispatched through the United States Mails, a Notice of Application, Environmental Review, Preliminary DNS, and Public Hearing; a true and correct copy of which is enclosed herewith; that said notice was addressed to SEPA reviewing agencies and parties of record; that said parties are individually listed on the mailing list retained by the Planning Division, and that said notices were mailed by me on the 16th day of September,2019. That I mailed said notices in the manner herein set forth and that all of the statements made herein are just and true. 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Tyler;ZabeU' John;Zammarchi, Loretta;Ahtanum Irrigation District Beth Ann Bru|otte; Cawley, Marc; Chamber ofCommerce; Department of Agriculture; Department of Commerce (CTED) Review Team; Department ofEcology; Department nfEcology Lori White; Department ofEcology SEPARegistec ' Department of Ecology -CRO Coordinator; Department of Fish and Wildlife; Department of Fish and Wildlife Eric Bartrand; Department of Fish and Wildlife Scott Downes; Department of Natural Resources; Dept ofSocial 81 Health Svcs Robert Hubentha|; Dept.Archaeology 8k Historic Preservation SEPA Review; Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council Stephen Posner; Henne' Dennis; Nub Hill Water Bob Irving; Office ofRural & Farmvvorke/ Housing Marty Miller; Peterson, Robert; Scott |zutsu Yakima School District; Trevor Greene Yakima School District; US Army Corps of Engineers David Moore;VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office ofDrinking Water; VVAState Dept ofHealth, Office of Drinking Water;VVAState Parks fk Recreation Commission;West Valley School District Angela Watts;VVSDOT Paul Gnnseth;VVSD(]T South Central Regional Planning Office;VVSDOTAviation Patrick Wright;Yakama Bureau of Indian Affairs ' Rocco Clark; Yakama Nation Environmental Management Program E|izabethSanchey; Yakama'K|ickitotFishehes John Marvin; Yakima County Building Official Harold Maclean; Yakima County Commissioners; Yakima County Flood Control District Dianna Woods;Yakima County Flood Control District Terry Keenhan; Yokima County Health District;Yakima County Health District Ryon |bach; Yakima County Planning Zoning/Sub Jason Eades;Yakima County Planning Director Lynn DeitrickYakima County Public Svcs Director, Lisa Freund; Yakima GneenvvayFoundation KeUie [onnaughton; Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency HasanTahat;Yakima Valley Conference ofGovernments Mike Shutt|eworth;Yakima Valley Museum Peter Arnold; Yakima Waste Systems Keith Kova|enko;Associated Press; Brown, Michael; Davido' Sean; E| Mundo; E| 5o| de Yakima; Fannin'John; Hispanic Chamber ofCommerce; KAPP TV News; KBBO'KRSE Radio ' manager; KDNANoticias KDNA Radio ' Francisco Rios; KEPRTV News; K|MATV News; KIT News; K|T/KATS/DK4VVy/KFFM LanceTormey; KNDO TV News; KNDU TV News; KUNW-TV Univision; KVEW TV News; La Casa Hogar; LaVoz; Lozano, Bonnie; NVVCN News; NVVPR Anna King; Randy Luvaas Yakima Business Times; R[DR Maria D] Rodriguez; Reed C. Pe||; Tu Deddes;Tu Decides Albert Torres;Yakima Herald Republic Mai Hoang; Yakima Herald Republic Newspaper; ` Yakima Valley Business Times; YPAC Randy 8eeh|ecA| Rose;Alfred A. Rose (si|vdx4O @bmi.net); Gutierrez' Du|ce;]acob Liddicoat; Leanne Hughes-Mickel; Patricia Byers; Philip Ostriem; Rob McCormick;William Cook (cnok.vv@charte/.net) Cc; Calhoun,Joseph Subject: Notice ofApplication, SEPA' Preliminary DNS & Hearing City Planning 2019Text Amendments TXT#001 19 & SEPA#027 18 Attachments: NOTICE OF APPLICATION, SEPA' PRELIMINARY DNS Dk HEARING City Planning 2....pdf Attached is a Notice of Application, SEPA Environmental Review, Preliminary Determination of Non- Significance, and Public Hearing regarding the above-entitled project. If you have any que bout this / 153 proposal, please contact assignea planner Joseph Calhoun at (509) 575- L,-, or email to: toseph.c [houn vakim wa ov. Thank you! Lisa Maxey Planning Technician r,t City of Yakima Planning Division p: 509.576.6669 129 North 2nd Street,Yakima,Washington, 98901 2 J� 154 A A oft A WE TELL YOUR; STORIES YAKIMAHERALD.COM A: ' roof- This is the proof of your ad scheduled to run on the dates indicated below. Please proof read notice carefully to check spelling and run dates, if you need to make changes Date: 09/12/19 Account#: 110358 Company Name: CITY OF YAKIMA PLANNING Contact: ROSALINDA IBARRA,AP Address: 129 N 2ND STREET YAKIMA,WA 98901-2720 Telephone: (509)575-6164 Fax: Account Rep: Simon Sizer Phone# (509)577-7740 Email: ssizer(u)yakimaherald.com Ad ID: 907185 Start: 09/16/19 Stop: 09/16/19 Total Cost: $270.10 Lines: 148.0 #of Inserts: 1 Ad Class: 6021 Run Dates: Yakima Herald-Republic 09/16/19 155 CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION,ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE:9/16/19;FROM:Joan Davenport,AICP,Community Development Director;APPLICANT:City of Yakima Planning Division(129 N 2nd St,Yakima,WA 98901);FILE:TXTk001- 19,SEPA#027-19;LOCATION:City-Wide;TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S):N/A;PROJECT DESCRIPTION Text Changes YMC 15.02.020 Definitions,YMC 15.03.020(B)R-1 District Intent Statement;YMC 15.04.040,Table 4-1 Permitted Land Uses;YMC 15.04.060 Accessory Uses;YMC 15.04.080 Drive-through facilities;YMC 15.04.120 Home Occupations; YMC 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards;YMC 15.09.010 [Special Development Standards]Purpose;YMC 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays; YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units;YMC 15.09.050 Performance standards-Emissions;YMC 15.09.080 Special requirements for short term rentals;YMC 15.09.100 Private street review requirements;YMC 15.09.210 Special require- ments for retaining walls;YMC 15.11.020 Application require- ments;YMC 15.17.020 Modification to permitted development uses regulated;and YMC 15.19.050 Continuation of noncon- forming uses.Additionally,changes are proposed to YMC 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions;and YMC 14.25.040 Lot design.;NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with Jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Planning Division has been established as the lead agency,pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Pol- icy Act(SEPA)for the above stated project,The City of Yaki- ma is Issuing a Preliminary Determination of Non. Sig- nificance(DNS)on this project.WAC 197-11-340 is being used.The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of the proposal:No impacts identified.Required Permits—The fol- lowing local,state and federal permits/approvals are needed for the proposed project:None.Required Studies:None Existing Environmental Documents:Comprehensive Plan 2040-Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (6/13/17).Preliminary determination of the development regulations that will be used for project mitigation and consistency:Future projects will require compliance with the International Building Code,City of Yakima Urban Area Zon- ing Ordinance,City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and City of Yakima Title 12 Development Standards.REQUEST FOR WRITTEN COMMENTS AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR- ING The public is encouraged to review and comment on the proposed application.Written comments may be submitted prior to or at the public hearing.The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for 10/23/19,beginning at 3:00 p.m.,in the Council Chambers, City Hall,129 N 2nd St.Yakima,WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima,Planning Division, 129 N 2nd St.,Yakima,WA 98901. A separate public notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council.You can mail your comments to:Joan Davenport,AICP,Community Devel- opment Director,City of Yakima,Department of Com- munity Development,129 N.2nd St;Yakima,WA 98901. NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATIOI�f Following the public hearing,the YPC will issue its recommendation within 10 business days.When available,a copy of the recommenda- tion will be mailed to parties of record once it is rendered.The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division,2nd floor City Hall,129 N 2nd St,Yakima,WA,and online at#tf +nrw+r. yakimawa gov/services/planning/2019-text-amendmen s/If you have any question on this proposal,please call Joseph Calhoun,Planning Manager,at(509)575-6042 or e-mail to: h n (907185)September 16,2019 Courtesy of Yakima Herald-Republic DOCK INDEX ID - I a. .......... ..,.. 156 11 i1 . . CITY OF YAKIMA NOTICE OF APPLICATION,ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, ..1 AND PUBLIC HEARING .::. . ..DATE:9/16/19;FROM;Joan Davenport,MOP,Community Development Director;APPLICANT;City of Yakima Planning •DiVision(129 N 2nd St,Yakima,WA 98901);FILE:T.XT#001- ... 19;„S.EPA#027-19;LOCATION;City-Wide; ...TAX PARCEL NUMBER(S):N/A; Text Changes . YMC 15.02020 Definitions,YMC15;03.020(0)RA District intentStatement;YMC 15.04.040,Table 41.Pernlitteicit.end Uses;YMC 15.04.060.Accessory,Usee;,YM015.04,080 DriVeAhrough facilities;'NC 15,04.120 HornaOccupatIons; •YMC 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards;YMC 15.09410 tSpecial Development Standards)Purpose;YMC 15.69,00 .„ ,Special development Standards.forthe district overlays; •YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units;YMC15,.op:oso, Performance standards-Emissions;YMC 15.09.080 Special .; requirementslor short terra rentals;YMC 1509.100 Private street review requirements;YMC 15.092104n:1W require- ..(tents fortetaining walls;'YMC 15.11.020 Application require; ments;YMC 15,17;020 Modification to permitted • uses regulated;and YMC 15,19.0.50 Continuation of nOncon- forrninguses,Additionally,changes are proposed to YMC '6,88.070.Flexible thresholds forcategorical exemptions;and YIli.1C. 14.25.040 Lot design.;NOTICE:OFfNVIRONMENTAl. ..:. REVIEW ThiO„Is to notilkall the and.prIvateagendea withlurisdittion and environmental expertise that the City Of ••YakimaPlanning.DIvislon has been establish,ed asthe lead agency,pursuant to. the Washington State Environmental Poi- .„ icy Act(SEPA)for the above stated project.The City of Yaki- maIrtlasuing a Preliminary Determination of Non-Sig-' ... nifloance(DNS)on thin project.WAC 19741-340 is being used.The following conditions have been Identified that•May beuse.d to mitigatethe adverse environmental impacts of the. proposal:No Impacts identified.Required PermitsTheloi- lowing local,state and federal permits/approvals are needed .„ forthisproposed project:None Required Studies:None •Existing Environmental Documenbt:Comprehensive.Plan. .. 2040-Einel Supplemental.EnvIronmental impact Stiaterrient. • (6/13/17).Preliminary determination of the development ..' regulations that will be used for project mitigation and Consistency:Future.projects:will:1'00We Compliance with the international Building Code,Cityaf Yakima Urban Area Zon- lng'OrdinanCe;Cllyat Yakima Comprehensive Plan and City of)(Alma Title 120evelopmentSteridards,REQUEST FOR ..:. WRITTEN,QOMMENTSAND NOTICE OF PUELIC HEAR- ING The public is encouraged to review andcomment on the • proposed application.Written..COMMerits may be submlited prior to Or at the pUbliphearing.Thapublic hearing before the .City,of Yakima Planning Commission has been sCheduled for 10/23/19,beginning at p.M.,in the COuncil Chambers, City Hall,•129IN 2ndSt.siteklma,•WA. Any person.desiring to express views onlhis matter is'invited Wetland the public hearing Or tasubMIttheitwritten comments to: City of .; Yakirtia,Planning DiVISIon,129 N 2nd St.,'Yakima,WA 98901. A separate public noticowill be provided for the public ....: hearing before the Yakima City Council.You can mall your comments to:.Joan Davenport,Alp),Community Devel- opment Director,City otYakinta,Department of Corn-munnyDevelopMent,129 N,,grid St;Yakima,WA'98901, ....: .NOTICE OF RECOMMENDATION:Fellowing the-public hearing,the YPC will issue its recommendation within 10 •• .business,days.When available,acopy of the recommenda- tion will bamalled to parties of record once it is rendered.The • file containing the complete application is-available.for public ••review at the City of Yakima Planning Division,2ndlloorCity .Hall,129 N 2nd St,Yakima,WA,and online at ' . ': ..if you have any question on this proposal,please call Joseph Calhoun,Planning Manager,at(509)575-6042or e-mail to: DOC. ., loseph.calhoun'OyakirnaWa,gov. . ' I N D EX (907185)September 16,2019 ,..„ 157 DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Joan Davenport, AJCP, Director , Planning Division � Joseph Calhoun, ��unuger ������ ��� l29 North Second Street, 2"a Floor, Yakima, YV/k989O| � oak.piunuiug@vukimuvvu.gov - wnww.yukinmavvu.gov/uervioom/p|uuning � NOTICE OF APPLICATION, ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW, AND PUBLIC HEARING DATE, Septambar18. 2019 TO: SEPA Reviewing Agencies, Applicant, and Adjoining Property Owners P;0O8N: Joan Davenport, A|CP. Community Development Director APPLICANT: City of Yakima Planning Division (12SN2"« St, Yakima, VVA88SD1) ' FILE NUMBER: TXT#OO1'18 and QEPA#O27-1S LOCATION: City-Wide TAX PARCEL NUMMBER(S): NIA DATE 0PAPPLICATION: February 2O. 2O18 PROJECT|DESCRIPTION The City uf Yakima Planning Division is proposing non-project minor amendments tothe following Zoning Ordinance Sections: YK8C 15.03.020 OefiniUono, YK8C 15.03.030(B) R'1 District Intent Statement; YyWC 15.04.040. Table 4-1 Permitted Land Uses; YMC 15.04.088 Accessory Uses; l'PWC15.O4.O8O Drive-through facilities; YK8C15.D4.13O Home Occupations; Y&1C 15.00.040 Off-street parking standards; YK8C 15.09.010 [Special Development Standards] Purpose; YN1C 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays; YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units; YMC 15.09.050 Performance standards-Emissions; YMC 15.09.080 Special requirements for short term rentals; YyNC 15.08.100 Private street review requirements; YK8C 15.08210 Special requirements for retaining vvo||e; YK8C 15.11.020App|icaUon requirements; YK8C 15.17.020 Modification to permitted dave|opmentunemraQu|ahad; ond `fMC15.1RO5OConUnuaUonofnonoonforminguses. AddiUono||y. changes are proposed to YMC 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions; and YMC 14.25O4O Lot design. NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL ^REVIEW This is to notify all the public and private agencies with jurisdiction and environmental expertise that the City of Yakima Planning Division has been established as the lead agenoy, pursuant to the Washington State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) for the above stated project. The City of Yakima is issuing a Preliminary Determination of Non-Significance(DNS)on this projmct' VVAC 197-11-340 is being used. The following conditions have been identified that may be used to mitigate the adverse environmental impacts of the proposal: No impacts identified. Required Permits: The following |ooa|, state and federal permits/approvals are needed for the proposed ' project: None. Required Studies: None Existing Environmental Documents: Comprehensive Plan 2O4D - Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement(June 13. 2017) Preliminary determination of the development nmgm|akiomm that will be used for project mitigation and consistency: Futuna projects will require compliance with the International Building Coda, City of Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, City of Yakima Comprehensive Plan and City of Yakima Title 12 Development Standards. ' /REQUEST JFOR WRITTEN oCOMMENTS AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The public lsencouraged to review and comment on the proposed application. Written comments may be submitted prior to or at the public hearing. The public hearing before the City of Yakima Planning Commission has been scheduled for Wednesday October 23, 2019' beginning ot 3:00 p.mm.. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, 129 N 2nd Gtnaet, Ymhinne, WA. Any person desiring to express their views on this matter is invited to attend the public hearing or to submit their written comments to: City of Yakima, Planning Oivieion, 120 N 158 2nd St., Yakima, WA 98901. A separate public notice will be provided for the public hearing before the Yakima City Council. You can mail your comments to: Joan Davenport, AICP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 N. 2nd St; Yakima,WA 98901 NOTICE OF RECOMNIENDATION Following the public hearing, the Planning Commission will issue its recommendation within ten (10) business days. When available, a copy of the recommendation will be mailed to parties of record and entities who were provided this notice once it is rendered. The file containing the complete application is available for public review at the City of Yakima Planning Division, 2nd floor City Hall, 129 North 2nd Street, Yakima, Washington, and online at htips://www,yakimavva.cioviservicesiplanaing/2019-text-amendments/ If you have any question on this proposal, please call Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager, at(509) 575- 6042 or email to:joseph.ralhoungvakirnawa.Q0V. Yakima 2015 1994 1„ ' ~ DEW () DE DESARROLLUC ~ ` ^ �Joan L'uvenpod, /�[CP, l�beotoca 1nn Division deP|unifioaoidn � JoocnhCalhoun, Gcrcutc � � . 129 Norte CuUe2", 2" Pieg Yak ma, \fA9M9O| oxk.p|unninAoa kimmuvvu.Aov _ m/sei-wi iiijiv � AVIS0DE APLICACi6N, REVISION AMBNENTAL, YAUD|ENCKA PUBLUCA B Dopartommnbz de DaoonoUo Comunbaho de |m Ciudad de Yakima ha raubido uno mp|icaobn por pmda do un pro pieta ho/sm|icitonta y eote es un aviso sobny asa mo|ioitud. |nfonnaci6n eobno |a ubioeci6n de |a pnopiedod on oumotibn y |o so|ioitud en |a oiguionba: FECHA OTORC;ADA: 16doseptiambna. 2019 PARA: Aoanoimm de Rovisidn Ambianba|, So|icitantey PnopiabarioaAdyouanbao ' DE: Joan Oovenport. A|CP. Oireobnrmda Oeoarno||oComunitarim SOLUCUTANTE: Ciudad de Yakima. Division de P|anifineoibn No. 0EAR|CHUVO: lXT#001-19y8EPA#027'19 WB|CAC|6N: Cubnatodo |ooiudod. No. DE PARCELA(S): N/A FECHA DE APLICACON: 20defabnono. 2018 DESCRQPci6N DEL- PROYECTO%` La Division do P|anificaoibn de |a Ciudad de Yakima pnopone enmiendasmenonao no ra|ocionadmouon un proyeotoo |enoiguienhoaseooioneode |a (]ndmnanoeda Zonificooidn: YK8C 15.02.020 Definicionaa; YMC 16.03020(B) Oao|oneoionao de |ntmncibn de |a zono namidonoia| R-1; YW4C15.O4.D4OTab|a4'1 Tob|adeUoosTernona|oePm,mibdoa; YN1C15D4.D6OUnuada Aoomaorioo; YK8C 15.04.080 |nota|anioneo de Vmntani||a de Auto-Gervioio� YK8C 1504.120 Negooioa Ranidanoia|eo; YPWC 15.06.040 Normoado Esbocionomienbo Fueno de la Via Pub|ina; Y&4C 15.09.010 [Normao Especia|aadm Deoarro||o] Pnop6uito; YK8C 15.08.020 NormaaEnpecio|eodaDaomrno||o pany |ao Superpooicionaa del Distrito; YN1C 15.09,045 Viviendao Acoaaoriaa; YyWC 15.09.050 Normau do Rondimianbo: Ernisioneo; YyNC 15.09.080 Roquiaiboo Eopeuio|ee pmna /\|qui|ar m Cnrto P|aoo; YK8C 15.09.100 Requisitoo de Rmvisibn da Co||es Privadon; YNYC 15.09.210 Requiaihoo Eopecia|ea pana K8uro de Ratencidn; YPWC 15.11 U2O Roquisitoa de Ap|ioaoihn; YyWC 1517.020 yNodifi000ibn a| Oeuarnz||o Permiddo Rm0u|odo; yYyNC 15,19.050Continumni6n de Uoos noConformeo. Adioiona|mmnte, tombi(§nao pnoponen nambi000YMC 088.070 Nivo|os F|exib|eo pona Exenoionaa Cotegbrioea� yY&1C 14.25.040 OimoModeLota. AVISO DE REVAS160NAWMBUENTAL; Esbo es pana noUfinar o |ea oganciao pOb|iooe y prixadas non ]urisdincidn y oononimiento ambianta| que |a Ciudad de Yahima. Division de P|mnificocibn, se osbab|ene oomo|aa0encia principal, deacuendo con |m Ley Emtabo|daPn|dioaAmbionta|dm Washington (GEPA) pnna e| proyeoto menoionado anheriormenba. La Ciudad de Yakima mmkei emmitimndm unm Detmrmmimsci6n Pmm|inmimardm No-Sigm|ficanoia (DNS) parm emte ppmymcko' La ley bm]oVVAC §197-11-340 se ootc! uti|izando. Ga hmn idenUfioado |ousiguienbesoondicimneoquo puedmn ud|izonee pana miUQar |us impactoe ombienta|euadvernoodm |a propuosba: no se idenUfiooron impaoboo. Perrmisom Fkeqmeridma: Loeoi8uianbaa parmioom/apnobeoionao |ooa|ea, motobm|eo, yhodene|es puedan o oerdn naoaoariom panamota pnoyeoto: ningunn ` EstudioeReqwmridmm: ninguno ` Dmcmmmembos Ammbiemta|es Existemtem: Plan Integral 2O4O — Dac|oraoi6n Final do |mpaob» Ambienta| Gup|mmentario (13de]unio. 2017) � Detmrmmimaci6m pneU|mnimardm |as rmgu|mcimmem de dmmarmm|Ao qmmsm mtiAizmrAn pano |m mn|t|gaci6n y |a comm|mtmncia del pnmyectm: Los proyectoafutunosrequerircinm| oump|imianto del Cddigo |nbnrnooione| de Conatruoci6n, La Ondenanzo deZonifioaoi6n del Area Urbana do |a Ciudad de Yakima, a| Plan Integral de la Ciudad de Yakima y los Est;ftndares de Desarrollo del Tftulo 12 de la Ciudad de Yakima. SOLICUTUD OS ESCRITOS Y AVISO>DE A—D1EN—NA Sa anima e| pdb|iooa ' nemoer |m oo|icitud y oomanbar uobre |a propuesba. Los oumanbarion 000htospueden pnasonbarse antes do o en |a oudianoim pOb|ioa. La oudiannim pOb|ica fn*nte a |a Comioibn do P|anifioanibn de |a Ciudad de n*/m �� ~ 'VUUU' -D ma 094 ' ~ 160 | Yohrno haoido prognamoda panoe| mi6rco|mo23 de ectmbmm, 2019oomenzandoo lao3:00 p.m. en m| � Ayuntamiento de la Ciudad de Yakima ubicado en el 129 N 2nd Street, Yakima,WA. Sekainvita acua|quier � persona quaUesoemxpnooar sus opinionoaoobnaeohapnoymotmaaaimUrm|moudienoiapOb|i000apnsmantar � oomento,ioo poraoohbu. Se pmmpomciomanm wm mvimo pdb|ico 9mrsmpmrado panm |a amdiemcAm p6bUica ante e| Conoojo Municipal dmYakima. Por favor dmenvior sus comantarioanobnoeebapropuestoa: Joan Davenport, A|CP, Community Development Director City of Yakima, Department of Community Development 129 N. 2md St~Yakima,WA 90901 AVASO DE LARECOMEN : Oespu6ode |aaudianoio pUb|ioa. |aComisibnde P|anifioacidnde Yakima emiUrdoureoonlendaoi6ndehtnodediaz(1O)diaoh6bi|eo. Cuando |anauomandocibn sea amitide. ' un000piaomr6mnviedao |os personas quemmndaronuomantariomoquermoibiaronesbeaviso. E| an:hivo quo conUana |o ap|ioaoibn oomp|mta enbi disponib|a poua inopaooi6n pOb|ina an |o C)ficina de Planificaci6n de la Ciudad de Yakima | 129 al Norte la CaUe 2da, Yakima, WA y en Uneo en: ndm��� Si tianm cuo|quimr pnagunta sobre esta propuesta, puede contactar m |a <]fioino de P|anifioaoi6n a| (509) 575'6183 o pmromrneoo|ootnbnico o|: ` � � � ' ����� DEP ..PMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELC _VIENT 161 Joan Davenport, AICP, Director an B.SWV Planning Division YAKIMA Joseph Calhoun, Manager so CITY OF 129 North Second Street, 2"d Floor, Yakima, WA 98901 ask.planning@yakimawa.gov www.yakimawa.gov/services/planning WASHINGTON STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT PRELIMINARY DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE CITY OF YAKIMA, WASHINGTON September 16, 2019 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The City of Yakima Planning Division is proposing non-project minor amendments to the following Zoning Ordinance Sections: YMC 15.02.020 Definitions, YMC 15.03.020(B) R-1 District Intent Statement; YMC 15.04.040, Table 4-1 Permitted Land Uses; YMC 15.04.060 Accessory Uses; YMC 15.04.080 Drive-through facilities; YMC 15.04.120 Home Occupations; YMC 15.06.040 Off-street parking standards; YMC 15.09.010 [Special Development Standards] Purpose; YMC 15.09.020 Special development standards for the district overlays; YMC 15.09.045 Accessory Dwelling Units; YMC 15.09.050 Performance standards-Emissions; YMC 15.09.080 Special requirements for short term rentals; YMC 15.09.100 Private street review requirements; YMC 15.09.210 Special requirements for retaining walls; YMC 15.11.020 Application requirements; YMC 15.17.020 Modification to permitted development uses regulated; and YMC 15.19.050 Continuation of nonconforming uses. Additionally, changes are proposed to YMC 6.88.070 Flexible thresholds for categorical exemptions; and YMC 14.25.040 Lot design. LOCATION: City Limits PARCEL NUMBERS: N/A PROPONENT: City of Yakima Planning Division PROPERTY OWNERS: N/A LEAD AGENCY: City of Yakima FILE NUMBERS: TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 DETERMINATION: The lead agency for this proposal has determined that it does not have a probable significant adverse impact on the environment. An environmental impact statement (EIS) is not required under RCW 43.21C.030(2)(c). This decision was made after review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency. This information is available to the public on request. This DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340; the lead agency will not act on this proposal for 20 days from the date of this preliminary threshold determination. An comments must be submitted by 5:00 pm on October 7, 2019. Responsible Official: Joan Davenport Position/Title: SEPA Responsible Official Phone (509) 575-6183 Address: 129 N. 2nd Street, Yakima, WA 98901 Date September 16, 2019 Signature 41,4 162 CITY PLANNING — 2019 TEXT AMENDMENTS TXT#001-19 & SEPA#027-19 EXHIBIT LIST CHAPTER E Public Comments ...................................... E-1 Email Comments from Ron Pelson, Traditional Designs Inc 10/16/2019 I 163 Calhoun, Joseph From: Ron Pelson <ron@tnadbiona|designsinccom^ Sent: Wednesday, October 1fi2U19327PK4 ) To: Calhoun,Joseph � Subject: Multi-unit parking Joseph, Qn multi-unit parking |think going toaparking standard of1 parking space per bedroom for building unit over Jxvmu|d be beneficial on both ends or apartment complexes. For affordable 1-bed room units, most are signal people and only have one car, once your into 2-bedroom unit if they are roommates there is 2 car, as for 3-4 bedroom units this would allow for guest parking, and if there are 3 roommates there is parking for all. This come from trying to get 1-bedroom approved and parking taking up more land than the units themselves hard to make them affordable in that case. On the other side I have seen big apartment complexes use the 1.5 and have been sort parking for tents with all 2-3 bedroom units and have to 2/3 way thought building drop building and add parking and garage for tents as there move out rate was height and the feedback they got was there was not enough parking. Note: City of Ellensburg has a standard like this there a collage town so have a bigger problem with roommates, but with having rental and a lot of clients that have them I design as close to 2 per unit when I cannot the 1.5 per unit, as it not good for anyone tobe under parked. Ron Pelson President of Traditional Designs, Inc. 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F-1 YPC Minutes—January 23,2019, Study Session 01/23/2019 F-2 YPC Minutes—February 27,2019, Study Session 02/27/2019 F-3 YPC Minutes—March 27,2019, Study Session 03/27/2019 F-4 YPC Minutes—April 10,2019, Study Session 04/10/2019 F-5 YPC Minutes—April 24,2019, Study Session 04/24/2019 F-6 YPC Minutes—May 8, 2019, Study Session 05/08/2019 F-7 YPC Minutes—May 22,2019, Study Session 05/22/2019 F-8 YPC Minutes—June 12, 2019, Study Session 06/12/2019 F-9 YPC Minutes—June 26,2019, Study Session 06/26/2019 F-10 YPC Minutes—July 24,2019, Study Session 07/24/2019 F-11 YPC Minutes—August 14, 2019, Study Session 08/14/2019 F-12 YPC Minutes—August 28, 2019, Study Session 08/28/2019 165 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes Joint Meeting with the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) City Hall Council Chambers August 28, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the joint meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Bill Cook, Al Rose, Leanne Hughes- Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Robert McCormick(both unexcused) HPC Members Present: Cynthia Hall, Alixanne Pinkerton, Paul Edmondson, Dawn King HPC Members Absent: Joe Mann (excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Trevor Martin, Associate Planner; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: YPC - Dulce Gutierrez, District 1 (absent); HPC—Jason White, District 2 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that City Council will hold public hearings on September 3, 2019, to consider the Planning Commission's recommendation regarding text amendments to the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC)Chapter 15.29 Wireless Communications Facilities, as well as a proposed rezone submitted by Gary Delaney for property located at 1414 S 2nd Ave. Approval of eeting mutes — It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner Cook to approve the YPC meeting minutes of August 14, 2019; the motion carried unanimously. It motioned by Commissioner Edmondson and seconded by Commissioner Pinkerton to approve the HPC meeting minutes of July 24, 2019; the motion carried unanimously. Audience Participation— None noted. Northwest Vernacular Presentation on Fruit Row—Associate Planner Trevor Martin explained that the city received a Certified Local Government (CLG) grant from the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) to provide funding for hiring a consultant to conduct an intensive-level survey and inventory of the buildings along "Fruit Row," which is an area of N 1st Ave between Yakima Ave and D St. Spencer Howard of Northwest Vernacular made a presentation detailing the information that came out of the survey and concluded that: • 24 of the 26 properties that were surveyed may be eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) as a historic district; • The property at 201 N 1st Ave may be eligible for the NRHP and the Washington Heritage Register for its integrity, distinctive architectural character, and historical associations; and • 13 of the 26 properties may be eligible for the Yakima Register of Historic Places (YRHP) in addition to the NRHP listing. Howard informed the commissions that the final report will be submitted to DAHP by September 3, 2019, and the next step would be for property owners to decide if they would like to pursue a historic district listing and on which historical register. Staff clarified that if nominations are made, the commissions will review changes to the Historic Preservation Element of the city's - 1 - 1 66 Comprehensive Plan, and the YPC will make a recommendation to City Council to update the plan accordingly. Appoint New Historic Preservation Commission Chair—The HPC members had consensus to postpone this agenda item to their next meeting as not all members were present. Grant Update—Martin announced that the city applied for another grant from DAHP for$12,000 to do a reconnaissance-level survey of Naches Ave between Yakima Ave and H St in order for that portion of the Naches Parkway area to potentially be registered as a historic district. Discussion on Potential Text endmen 4. Congregate Living Facilities—Calhoun provided examples of how other jurisdictions regulate boardinghouse-type uses. He also gave the YPC members the language from their recommendation to City Council in 2018 that Council did not accept, which consisted of a new definition of"Congregate Living Facility" to replace the current "Boardinghouse"definition within the YMC, along with recommendations on which zoning districts the use should be allowed in and at what levels of review. It was reiterated that the Council took issue with the, primarily residential, zoning districts where congregate living facilities were proposed to be permitted. After discussion, the YPC had general consensus for staff to amend their draft text amendment proposal as follows: • Prohibit the "Congregate Living Facility" use in the Suburban Residential (SR) zoning district; • Remove "maximum occupancy of the facility shall be determined by the Building Official" from the proposed Congregate Living Facility definition; and • Retain the two-tiered approach from their original proposal from 2018 which has "Congregate Living Facility Up to 10" as one line within the Table of Permitted Land Uses in YMC Ch. 15.04 with its own designated levels of review and permitted zoning districts, and "Congregate Living Facility 11+" as separate line within the table. It was decided to propose a Type 2 level of review in the Central Business District (CBD) (which is consistent with the current level of review required for boardinghouses in the CBD) for"up to 10" and prohibit it in the CBD for"11+"for the purpose of finalizing this draft to send out for public comment, with an understanding that additional discussion and debate may take place at the public hearing as the commission did not come to a full agreement on this issue. Other Business—Calhoun informed the YPC that the Yakima Tree City USA Board will meet in September. Staff may be able to report back after that meeting on the Tree Board's response to the YPC's request for their draft tree recommendations list to include text about tree types that are compatible with Yakima's climate and provisions on how far away trees should be planted from sidewalks and structures. Brief discussion took place on the potential Naches Parkway project previously mentioned. Adiourn—A motion for the YPC to adjourn to September 11, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. A motion for the HPC to adjourn to September 25, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. dj e t approximately 4:16 p.m. / -67 (7-4 ChaIrworTn Byers Date This meettnj was filmed by YPAC.Mi les for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. - 2 - 41,„ 167 � � City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers � August 14` 3O19 � Call to Order � Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m, ' Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob L|ddiomad, Bill Cook. Al Rose. Robert McCormick, LeannoHughms'Miohe| YPC Members Absent: Philip Oothemn (unexouaed) . Staff Present: Joseph Cm|hmun, Planning Manager; Lisa K8axey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: 0u|caC3uUdrmyz. District 1 Others: Sign-in sheet infile —Staff— Anmnou/mcemen,-,-� — Planning K8onaQmr Joseph Calhoun made the following announcements: City Council hearings on the 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendments are scheduled for September 3, 2019; proposed amendments to the Wireless Communications Facilities chapter of the Yakima Municipal Code (YK8C Ch. 15.2S) io anticipated tmbmscheduled for September 17. 2019; the city was awarded e $12.000 grant from the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) vvh|uh was used to hire e consultant to conduct an inventory of ''Fruit Row" for the potential of the area to become m historic district; and the consultant is preparing the final report from the inventory and will present the results at joint meeting of the Planning Commission and Historic Preservation Commission on August 38. 2019 ot3:OOp.rn. in the City Hall Council Chambers, Audience —Tony Couroy spoke ona variety cfissues. 'A p .July 24. 2019—It was motioned by Commissioner McCormick and seconded by Commissioner Roma to approve the meeting minutes of July 24. 2019; the motion carried unanimously, Discussion on Potential Text Amendments; Affordable Housing,&Other Zoning Ordinance Amendments — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun provided a summary of proposed changes to Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Title 15 Yakima Urban Area Zoning Ordinance, Title 14 Subdivisions, and Ch. 6.88 Environmental Policy related to affordable housing efforts and other items as discussed at previous Planning Commission meetings. The Commission had consensus to strike from the draft YK8C15.O9.O45(B)(2)which prohibits the front entrance of an /\coomoory Dwelling Unit (AC>U) from being visible from a right-of-way or aoomam easement, strike YK8C 15.09.045(B)(12) which prohibits o situation in which a home occupation is being conducted in both the primary residence and the ADU on site, and alter YMC 15.D9.O45(B)(11) tm clarify that property containing mn/\OU can only be subdivided ifit meets the subdivision requirements of the YK8C. Calhoun reminded the Connnnimoimn of a definition for ''cmnQnegmta living tmci|(b/" that the Commission proposed tm the City Council in 2018xvhich Council did not adopt. Councilwoman Du|oa GuUdrmsz explained that Couno||'a primary concern was the zoning districts where congregate living facilities were proposed to be m||mxved which differed from where boardinghouses are currently o||oxvad per the Y&1C. Council wanted the Commission to take an in-depth look at what impact this use may have on the housing inventory. The Commission -� - C~ 1NO H,�� Y 168 requested that staff provide information on which zones the Commission had proposed to allow congregate living facilities in in order to further discuss this at a future meeting. Calhoun summarized other proposed changes to YMC Title 15. The Commission requested that staff research how other jurisdictions define a home occupation. Discussion on Landscaping{Requirements—Calhoun went over the city's current landscaping and sitescreening requirements, as well as a draft of the Tree City USA board's list of recommended trees. After discussion, the Commission had consensus for staff to request the Tree City USA board to revise their list of trees to indicate those that are compatible with Yakima's climate and include information on how far they should be planted from sidewalks and structures in order to help protect the city's infrastructure. The Commission also agreed to have staff look at potentially revising the code to allow grouping of trees to meet landscaping requirements in lieu of spacing them out every 15 parking stalls per the current code language, and for staff to look into possible language to implement for enforcing, encouraging, or providing incentives for incorporating green space into multi-family developments. Discussion ensued on the potential of prohibiting certain types of trees that attract pests. Other Business—Chairwoman Byers made it known that the Downtown Association of Yakima wishes to make a presentation to the Planning Commission regarding a "Main Street Approach" concept for downtown Yakima. Calhoun will consult Executive Director Andrew Holt to schedule a date for the presentation. Commissioner Hughes-Mickel asked about the outcome of the City Council's study session on July 30t1 as it relates to their discussion on the Commission's progress on affordable housing issues. Calhoun stated that city plans to apply for grant for $100,000 from the Department of Commerce for the creation of a Housing Action Plan, and reported that the Commission will continue to discuss and form a recommendation to City Council on the affordable housing items they have been discussing. Commissioner Cook pointed out a figure in the housing cost report that demonstrates the number of units constructed as a percentage of the housing stock for a period of time from October 2017 to February 2018. Commissioner Cook requested that Calhoun seek out this information for Yakima, as this figure for Yakima is not included in the report. Adjourn—A motion to adjourn to August 28, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote.This meeting adjourned at proxi a ely4:26 p.m, Chai Oman Byers Date This m eting was filmed by YPAC.Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. - 2 - 169 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers July 24, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Bill Cook, Al Rose, Robert McCormick YPC Members Absent: Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Leanne Hughes-Mickel (both excused); Philip Ostriem (unexcused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Eric Crowell, Associate Planner; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Dulce Gutierrez, District 1 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that the Yakima City Council will hold a study session on July 30th during which time the Planning Commission's work regarding text amendments to promote affordable housing will be discussed. Calhoun added that once the application period is open, the City anticipates applying for a grant offered by the Department of Commerce for the purpose of creating a Housing Action Plan. Audience Participation— None noted. Approval of eeting mutes of July 10, 2019—It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to approve the meeting minutes of July 10, 2019; the motion carried unanimously. Public Hearing— Rezone (RZ#005-19 & SEPA#018-19) Associate Planner Eric Crowell summarized staffs findings of fact, conclusions, and recommendation regarding an application submitted by Gary Delaney to rezone property at 1414 S. 21'd Ave. from Two-Family Residential (R-2)to Small Convenience Center (SCC), Gary Delaney (applicant) spoke in favor of the proposal. After brief discussion, it was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council on the proposed rezone; the motion carried unanimously. Public Hearing —Text Amendments (TXT#002-19 & SEPA#026-19) Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun summarized staff's recommendation regarding amendments to the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Chapter 15.29 (Wireless Communications Facilities). Greggory Busch of Wireless Policy Group (on behalf of AT&T) provided testimony related to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) being the exclusive entity to regulate wireless frequency, and suggested clarification to YMC 15.27.070(9)(c). Jason Verduzco of Verizon Wireless concurred with Busch's testimony and added testimony related to clarification of the definition of"Tower." After discussion, it was motioned by Commissioner Cook and seconded by Commissioner Rose to forward a recommendation of approval to the Yakima City Council on the proposed text amendments, with a revision to YMC 15.29.070(9)(c) to add "except as noted in this chapter" and add to the end of the "Tower" definition in YMC 15.29.020 language clarifying that the definition excludes Small Wireless Facilities; the motion carried unanimously. - I - iftlr 7 170 � Discussion on Potential Text Amendments: Affordable ____- ` ` to the draft codeHe clarified that since the ( <��vplans bo apply for the aforennen�onedgrant orthe purpose of- creating— aHmu'ng Action Plan � � rather than for gaining assistance with updating the current code, the Cbvshould have the o�don ' � toinnp|en�mnt some changes�onnthe house biU and not others. The C� 'm�o|onhad consensus to keep these proposed changes in the draft, which include retaining the code's current parking requirements rather than the suggested parking standards in House Bill 1923, removing language that specifies that off-street parking for the primary naoidanoa and the AOU must be uoperabo. | retaining the code's current regulations for adequate lot sizes for ADUs rather than implementing � the HB1@23 standards, and adding language that allows for shared sewer and water connections when consistent with applicable codes. Robert Sohnoeter, Executive Officer of Central Washington Home Builders Aoeociation, spoke in favor of the proposed amendments and encouraged removing requirements for SEPA review whenever possible. Audience member Tony Cmunoy spoke ona variety ofissues. Commissioner Cook reminded staff of the request for a copy of the land vs. square-foot building cost report. Calhoun indicated he will locate and distribute. Calhoun explained that City Council may provide additional guidance for what the Planning Commission should be reviewing related to affordable housing at the City Council sessionstudy on J 30`n. |fnofu�herdirection is mamaivmd. �can e�n� public to begin-the~ 20-' y public comment period and schedule the Planning Commission public hearing. Other Chairwoman Byers reiterated Vice-Chair Liddi000t'm request to have the Connnn|es|on review landscaping and buffer requirements. Adjourn, � A motion to adjournAugust 14, 2O19 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting --�/ p.m, Teetlngwas �e eno Oahe /w� nu»yYpM���mutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician, � " ~ -2 ' ' . 171 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers June 26, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel YPC Members Absent: Philip Ostriem (excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Dulce Gutierrez, District 1 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements— Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced the following Planning Commission public hearing dates: July 10th for the Comprehensive Plan Amendments (CPAs), July 24th for a site-specific rezone, and July 24th for text amendments to the Wireless Communications Facilities chapter of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC). Calhoun specified that public notice will be sent on June 28th for the proposed text amendments to the Wireless Communications Facilities chapter. Lastly, he stated that he will be absent on July 10th, leaving Associate Planner Trevor Martin to present the staff reports on the CPAs. Approval of eeting Minutes of June 12, 2019—Chairwoman Byers voiced that she would like the minutes of June 12th to reflect that there was one dissenting opinion that was articulated during the short-term rentals discussion which opposed the regulation of use of private property through establishing permitting requirements for Airbnb and similar uses. It was motioned by Commissioner Hughes-Mickel and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to approve the meeting minutes of June 12, 2019 with the revision noted by Chairwoman Byers. The motion carried unanimously. Study Session: 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendments—Calhoun presented a summary of the requests. In relation to the CPA and rezone proposal at 618, 622, 702, 706, 710 and 714 W J St (file no. CPA#005-19 & RZ#007-19), the Commission requested that staff look into the process of including additional properties adjacent to the subject area into the request to minimize the appearance of spot zoning. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments: Affordable Housing—Calhoun reported that the efforts to schedule a study session with the Central WA Home Builders Association on inclusionary housing ordinances are ongoing. Calhoun provided a recap of all proposed changes thus far to the city's zoning ordinance in relation to City Council's direction to the Planning Commission on the topic of affordable housing. Calhoun added that he made supplemental changes to the draft to incorporate concepts from House Bill 1923. The Commission requested advice from the city's legal department on the ramifications of the following: removing off-street parking requirements for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), - 1 - 1114') ,. ; 1 72 adopting some of the language from the house bill into the city's code but not all, and adopting the house bill's minimum lot size standards for ADUs which are less restrictive than the city's current standards. After discussion, the Commission had general consensus to request staff to do the following: 4, Ask the city's Wastewater Department why a separate connection is needed for an ADU when a separate connection is not required for a duplex; • Clarify the language in YMC 15.17.020 (D) to explain that a modification cannot increase the height of the building if doing so would bring it out of compliance with the height restrictions of the applicable zoning district; • Amend YMC 15.09.080 (L) (Special Requirements for Short-Term Rentals) to reference YMC Chapter 5 for when a Business License is required; and • Research potential language to include in the draft definition of"congregate living facility" for requiring an on-site manager. The Commission will review House bill 1923 further at a future meeting and discuss what changes to make to the proposed text amendments draft accordingly. Audience Participation—Tony Courcy spoke on a variety of issues including storm drain issues. Calhoun referred him to the city's Stormwater and Engineering divisions. Other :usiness — Commissioner Cook noted that he will not be able to attend the July 10th Planning Commission meeting. Commissioner McCormick said he is unsure at this time if he can attend that meeting. Adjourn A motion to adjourn to July 10, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at . .proximately 4:35 p.m. , (2 e a:3 Chairw. an Byers 7 Date This mee ng was filmed by Y AC Minutes for this meeting submitted by: Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. -2 - , F- 173 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hail Council Chambers June 12, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Bill Cook(excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Dulce Gutierrez, District 1 Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that one of the Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) applications has • -en withdrawn. The public notices advertising the Planning Commission public hearings for the other 5 CPAs, as well as the notices for the SEPA determinations, will be issued on June 14th. The Commission will have study sessions on the CPAs on June 26th and hold the public hearings on July 10th. The estimated date for the City Council hearings is September 3rd. Regarding the proposed amendments to Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Ch. 15.29 Wireless Communications Facilities, Calhoun reported that the draft language has been finalized and the public notice process is forthcoming. The Planning Commission public hearing is estimated to be held in August. Audience Participation— None noted. Approval of eeting Minutes of ay 22, 2019 — It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner Hughes-Mickel to approve the meeting minutes of May 22, 2019.The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments: Affordable Housing—Calhoun provided a draft definition of "short-term rental" and draft changes to YMC Ch. 15.04 to Table 4-1 Table of Permitted Land Uses and Table 4-2 Table of Permitted Home Occupations. After discussion, the Commission had consensus on the following items with the exception of opposition from one member in terms of regulating the use of private property through establishing permitting requirements for Airbnb and other similar uses: 1. Remove the word "units" from the proposed definition of"short-term rental;" 2. Carry over the relevant conditions from the home occupation section to the proposed provisions in YMC Ch. 15.09 Special Development Standards for short-term rentals; 3. Strike YMC 15.09,080 (C)from the draft; and 4. Remove duplicative language found in YMC 15.09.080 (F) and the introduction to YMC § 15.09.080. At a future meeting, staff will provide a summary of all proposed text amendment changes resulting from the items City Council asked the Planning Commission to review pertaining to affordable housing. - 1 - 174 Calhoun briefly introduced a house bill in regards to jurisdictions implementing provisions to assist in increasing their residential building capacity. Staff will provide more information pursuant to this bill at a later date. Discussion took place on a potential housing action plan for Yakima. Calhoun explained that funding will be applied for once available. Other Business—None noted. Adjourn—A motion to adjourn to June 26, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at -ppro '.. .tely p.m, Air, p -/O— Chai man Byers Date This mee mg was filmed by YPAC.Minutes far this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. -2 - 175 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers May 22, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Bill Cook (excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Trevor Martin, Associate Planner; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Kathy Coffey, District 5 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements-Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that the public notices for the Comprehensive Plan Amendments were issued on May 20, 2019,with the comment period for SEPA ending on June 10, 2019. Staff will then issue the SEPA determination for each proposal and will send a public hearing notice. The estimated date for the public hearings is July 24 . Approval of Meeting Minutes of May 8, 2019- It was motioned by Commissioner McCormick and seconded by Commissioner Rose to approve the meeting minutes of May 8, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Audience Participation-Audience member Tony Courcy made it known that one of the city's land use action signs located in the vicinity of 16th Ave. and Hathaway St. is folded in half. Courcy asked about utility markings in that area, Calhoun informed Courcy that there is a proposed rezone at this site which he will receive public notice for and that the sign will be replaced. Courcy stated that he has not received public notices in the past for some proposals near properties that he owns in Yakima. The Commission requested that staff look into ways to keep land use action signs intact and in their intended location as there have been complaints made in the past on this issue. Courcy asked about maintenance costs for a stormwater pipe he paid for; Calhoun referred him to the Stormwater Division. Public Hearing: Preliminary Long Plat of"Vista Ridge Phase 2"-Associate Planner Trevor Martin provided a summary of the staff report on this matter. Tom Durant, representative for the applicant (KH Properties LLC), asked about condition#12 in the staff report, which states, "the developer shall contact the Washington State Department of Ecology,Water Resources Program to ensure legal right to water, and obtain a water rights permit if necessary. (RCW§§ 90.03.380& 90.44.10)A copy of any permit or approval shall be provided to the City of Yakima prior to the commencement of site preparation." Durant made the case that this condition should be removed since Yakima-Tieton Irrigation has already confirmed in writing that the site has water shares and that Yakima-Tieton Irrigation will need to sign off on the face of the plat.After discussion, Martin voiced that the Commission may want to remove this condition from their recommendation. Discussion took place on public input received regarding traffic concerns, specifically at the intersection of 72nd Ave. and Washington Ave. Martin explained that this intersection is on the city's Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) list, which is updated annually. - 1 - Doe. 176 It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to accept staff's recommendation to approve this plat, with the modification to remove condition#12. Discussion on Potential Text Amendmen ; Affordable Housing Calhoun reported that the joint study session with home builders is still being scheduled. He provided information on short-term rentals, including examples of how other jurisdictions regulate the use. Commission members and staff discussed this topic at length in terms of how short-term rentals could be regulated and incorporated into the Yakima Municipal Code. The Commission had consensus for staff to draft options for a definition of"short-term rental" that could be used in the code. Other :usiness—Calhoun showed a picture of the land use action sign in the area of 16th Ave. and Hathaway St. when it was originally posted which confirmed that it was posted properly, and reiterated that the sign will be fixed in light of Courcy's comment that the sign is now folded in half. He also confirmed via the mailing list in the project file that the public notice for this proposal was mailed to Tony Courcy's P.O. Box on May 20, 2019. Vice-Chair Liddicoat requested that a review of the city's landscaping requirements for new developments be put on a future agenda for discussion. Adjourn -A motion to adjourn to June 12, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting ad'o e pprox fna ely 4:30 p.m. E D� -Ig - / Chai man Byers Date This m eting was filmed by YPA Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician, - 2 - ,* 177 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers May 8, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at approximately 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Leanne Hughes- Mickel YPC Members Absent: Philip Ostriem (excused); Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Robert McCormick (unexcused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Kathy Coffey, District 5 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcernen — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that the Commission has a hearing on May 22nd regarding a preliminary plat in the vicinity of 72nd Ave. and Coolidge Rd. Calhoun provided building permit statistics from the month of April, showing year-to-date permits from this year in comparison to last year. The report is available on the city's website on the Code Administration page. Audience Participation— None noted. Approval of Meeting Mutes of April 24, 2019— It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner Hughes-Mickel to approve the meeting minutes of April 24, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Submitted 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendment/Rezone Application Docketing— Calhoun stated that the Planning Division received 6 Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) applications for this year's cycle. He provided the project descriptions and locations of these amendment requests and noted that study sessions and public hearings will be scheduled. Calhoun added that he anticipates issuing the public notices for these projects at the end of next week to start the comment period. The public hearings are estimated to be held in July, after the SEPA determinations are issued. Commissioner Rose drew attention to a strip of land currently zoned M-1 that may have inadvertently been left out of the Planning Division's CPA and rezone proposal in the area of N 16th Ave. and Hathaway St. Calhoun responded that he will look into this and add it to the request if needed. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments ireless Communications Facilities (Y C Ch. 15.29) Greggory Busch of Wireless Policy Group, representing AT&T, provided additional suggestions for changes to this code chapter. After discussion, Calhoun indicated that the draft will be finalized and will go out for public comment. Affordable Housing Calhoun presented draft changes to YMC Ch. 6.88 Environmental Policy, proposing to modify the flexible thresholds to increase the number of dwelling units that can be created without undergoing SEPA review. - I - 178 Calhoun informed the Commission that he and Community Development Director Joan Davenport will be meeting with Bob Schroeter of Central WA Home Builders Association to establish potential topics of discussion for the meeting with the home builders. The Commission requested that Vaughn Bay Construction and the Downtown Association of Yakima be invited to the meeting. Discussion took place on the City Council agenda item from May 7, 2019, relating to a potential housing action plan for the city. The Commission had consensus to continue working on text amendments related to affordable housing issues until City Council makes a decision on whether a housing action plan should be created. Other Business — Commissioner Cook stated he will be absent for the May 22nd Planning Commission meeting. The Commission requested that staff verify if there will be a quorum for the public hearing scheduled that day. Adiourn -A motion to adjourn to May 22, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at aporoximately 4:20 p.m. -/Z/;•-'2"7 /4-7/2/-39 Chaim man Byer Date This mee Mg was filmed by YPAC,Minutes for this meeting submitted by: Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician -2 - !NNE 9 _ 179 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers April 24, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat (excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Kathy Coffey, District 5 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcements — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that four Comprehensive Plan Amendment applications have been received. The deadline for submittal is April 30(h. Staff will provide a docket of all applications submitted at the Commission's meeting on May EV". Audience Participation - None noted. Approval of eating mutes of April 10. 2019—Brief discussion took place on a section of the minutes which detailed the items the Commission had consensus on. Calhoun made the clarification that any consensus is not formalized until voted on at the public hearing. It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to approve the meeting minutes of April 10, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments — Affordable Housing - Calhoun reported the changes made to the draft since the last meeting. Commissioner Ostriem entered the meeting at approximately 3:04 p.m. Calhoun provided research on techniques used in other cities to encourage new housing of all types. The Commission expressed interest in looking at the possibility of implementing SEPA review exemptions for the downtown area and existing mixed-use areas. Calhoun provided information on the concept of inclusionary housing ordinances that require set- asides for affordable housing or payment into a fund for affordable housing. The Commission agreed that it would be appropriate to get feedback from home builders, including non-profits, on inclusionary housing ordinances. Staff will work with Bob Schroeter of the Central Washington Home Builders Association to schedule a study session on this matter. The Commission requested staff to look into what authority is needed to implement inclusionary zoning ordinances. The Commission requested a summary of all the draft changes to the code that have been agreed upon thus far in the process. Calhoun reported that he is finalizing the draft changes to the Wireless Communications Facilities chapter of the municipal code and is aiming to have it on the agenda for the next Commission meeting on May 8th. If this is the last study session on the matter, the public comment period can begin and the public hearing can be scheduled. - 1 - 180 Brief discussion ensued on short-term rentals. This topic will be discussed in depth at a future meeting. Discussion also took place on tax breaks. The Commission recommended inviting the land lord association to the affordable housing study session. Other cosine —None noted. Adjourn - A motion to adjourn to May 8, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at 4:01 p.m. • 1 -- Pd—s? - ) Chaim/ man Byers Date This m ttng was filmed by YPAC.Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. -2 - IN 181 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers April 10, 2019 Call to Order Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel YPC Members Absent: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Philip Ostriem (both excused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Sara Watkins, Senior Assistant City Attorney; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Kathy Coffey, District 5 Others: Sign-in sheet in file 5 ft Announcements — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that three Comprehensive Plan Amendment applications have been received thus far, and that more are expected to be received before the April 30th deadline. After the deadline, the docket will be brought to the Planning Commission and processing will begin. Audience Participation - None noted. Approval of eetinp mutes of March 27, 2019—It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner Cook to approve the meeting minutes of March 27, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments Small Cell Wireless Facilities Audience participation: Greggory Busch of Wireless Policy Group, representing AT&T, verbally provided additional suggestions on the proposed code and assured that written comments will be provided. In response to receiving various questions from the Commission, Gregg replied that he will research and report back on the following: 1) The feasibility of extending stealth towers after they are built in the instance that code requirements change to allow a greater height; 2) How other jurisdictions regulate height of stealth towers in relation to the surrounding trees; and 3)What happens in the instance that the surrounding trees grow past the height of the stealth tower. Commission had consensus regarding the following items: 1) have staff update the draft code to strike"personal"from the term "personal wireless service facility"throughout the chapter; 2)direct staff to create a report of cell tower applications received since the implementation of the Wireless Communications Facilities ordinance in 2013 (YMC Ch. 15.29); and 3) have staff research the stealth tower height limits of nearby jurisdictions. Affordable Housing Audience Participation: Bob Schroeter of Central Washington Home Builders Association spoke on several points relating to this topic. Calhoun provided a report with updated draft code language in response to discussion at previous Commission meetings. The Commission had consensus on the following items: 1) have staff update the draft language to change the term "dwelling, multiple-family" as defined in YMC Ch. 15.02 Definitions to "multi- - 1 - 182 family development;" 2) have staff schedule a study session with the Central Washington Home Builders Association (and potentially other interested parties) on affordable housing; and 3) have staff update the draft to change YMC Ch. 15.19 Nonconforming Uses, Structures and Critical Areas to include language allowing nonconforming single-family dwellings and duplexes to expand beyond 50% of the existing building area if lot coverage and setback standards are met. Additional items on the topic of affordable housing will be brought forth and discussed at future Planning Commission meetings. Other Business — Brief discussion ensued regarding the Greenway Master Plan. Calhoun clarified that the Greenway Master Plan is adopted by reference in the Yakima Municipal Code and specified that parcels within the Greenway Overlay District are flagged in the permitting system the Planning Division uses to ensure that land use proposals within the overlay go through the appropriate level of review in accordance with the Yakima Municipal Code and Greenway Master Plan. Adjourn -A motion to adjourn to April 24, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at 4: p.m. / ( ly Chairwo an Byers Date This mee?hg was filmed by YPAC.Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. -2 - RV- 183 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers March 27, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Sara Watkins, Senior Assistant City Attorney; Lisa Maxey, Planning Technician Council Liaison: Jason White, District 2 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcemen —Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that the rezone at 5231 Powerhouse Rd. will become effective next week. In addition, he stated that two Comprehensive Plan Amendment applications have been received thus far and that more are expected to be submitted before the April 30th deadline. At approximately 3:01 p.m., Calhoun stated for the record that Commissioner Ostriem walked into the meeting. Audience Participation -None noted. Approval of Meeting iflutes of arch 13, 2019-Commissioner Hughes-Mickel asked about the term "shot clocks" used in the minutes. Calhoun clarified that this is terminology used by the Federal Communications Commission in relation to processing time for small cell wireless facilities. It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to approve the meeting minutes of March 13, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments: Affordable Housing— Calhoun introduced this item and provided a document containing staff's suggestions for encouraging multi-family development and other housing within the city. After discussion, the Commission had consensus to: 1) Look at potentially adding multi-family to the uses allowed in the R-1 zoning district; 2) Review whether single-family housing should be permitted in nonresidential zones as it may not be the best use of land; 3) Request staff to provide a map of existing houses in the General Commercial (GC), Regional Development (RD), and Light Industrial (M-1) zoning districts in comparison to the future land use map; 4) Invite home builders to provide input; 5) Request staff to map the orchards within the city; and 6) Investigate lowering utility connection fees. Calhoun made it known that the Commission will review in the near future and ultimately make recommendations on the following items that were referred to them by City Council: 1) Review techniques used in other cities, especially in the state of Washington, to encourage new housing of all types; - 1 - 1, • 1 84 2) Review the concept of Inclusionary Housing Ordinances that require set-asides for affordable housing or payment into a fund for affordable housing. Seattle and Portland have similar ordinances with mixed results; and 3) Review short term rental zoning and licensing regulations (AirBNB or VRBO) Calhoun provided an article on affordable housing from the Municipal Research and Services Center (MRSC) website, with his comments included. He pointed out that the Commission is already reviewing or will be reviewing many of the items mentioned in the article. Other Business—Chairwoman Byers shared that she will be absent for the Commission meeting on April 10, 2019. Calhoun stated that discussion on potential amendments to the Wireless Communications Facilities code chapter(YMC Ch. 15.29) will be brought back to the Commission on April 10th. At the request of the Commission, Senior Assistant City Attorney Sara Watkins gave a status update on the temporary worker housing issue. She indicated that this topic got wrapped into the affordable housing discussion; however, City Council moved to direct the Planning Commission to look at definitions for"boardinghouse" and "congregate living facility." The Commission also requested an update on the land near the Wastewater Treatment Plant that was considered to be a potential site for low-barrier homeless housing or a shelter. Watkins informed them that an ad hoc committee, which will meet for the first time on April 1st, has been seated with the goal of reviewing potential land uses for a General Commercial-zoned property of that size. Development standards and sitescreening will also be a part of their discussion. The committee will ultimately make a recommendation to City Council. Adiourn -A motion to adjourn to April 10, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at 4:26 p.m. 71 tvio(( q Chairwoman Byers Date This meeting was filmed by YPAC.Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Technician. - 2 - 11, 1,74'..;LE 7. '-3 185 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers February 27, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick YPC Members Absent: Leanne Hughes-Mickel (excused), Philip Ostriem (unexcused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Specialist Council Liaison: Jason White, District 2 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file Staff Announcemen : — Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that updated copies of the Urban Area Zoning Ordinance have been distributed to the Commission members; the updates include the text amendments the Planning Commission worked on last year and were approved by City Council. He also stated that the rezone proposal for property at 5231 Powerhouse Rd. is scheduled for a City Council public hearing to consider the Commission's recommendation on March 5, 2019. Audience Participation - None noted. Approval of eetino Mutes of January 23, 2019—It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Vice-Chair Liddicoat to approve the meeting minutes of January 23, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Opening of the 2019 Comprehensive Plan endment Process—Calhoun made it known that City Council opened the 2019 Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPA) process via resolution on February 19th, adding that the Planning Commission needs to formally open the process by motion. CPA applications will be accepted through April 30th. It was motioned by Chairwoman Byers and seconded by Commissioner Rose to open the 2019 CPA process. The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendme . —Calhoun explained that City Council recently directed the Commission to make a recommendation on a definition of congregate living facility to incorporate into the municipal code. Discussion took place on the Commission's previous recommendation to City Council for this term. The Commission requested that staff review the Council meeting in which it was discussed and report back on what Council was not in satisfied with in the Commission's recommendation so they can continue to discuss this matter. Calhoun began the discussion on townhouses and stated that staff will provide draft language based on feedback from the Commission. Staff and Commission members spoke about issues such as parking, traffic, open space, common areas, and establishing townhouses through planned developments. The Commission voiced their desire for receiving input on this topic from the Central WA Homebuilders Association, school districts, and others. Robert Schroeter, Executive Officer of the Central Washington Home Builders Association, described townhouse developments he has observed in other cities, noting that many townhouses are used for Airbnb. Schroeter added that townhouses can help accomplish infill, and can also be placed downtown where cars are not as essential. He stressed the importance of limiting regulations to help make new housing cost effective. - 1 - I N 186 Calhoun said he anticipates combining all proposed text amendments into one application, and will start forming draft language for the Commission. Calhoun then shared with the Commission proposed changes to Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) Ch. 15.09 Special Development Standards, including a correction to the purpose statement, housekeeping changes, and revisions to retaining wall regulations. Calhoun made the Commission aware that language pertaining to short-term rentals, such as Airbnb, will be drafted, He included that proposed language relating to small cell wireless facilities will be reviewed at their next meeting in which agency representatives will be in attendance. Other Business—The Commission reiterated their request for feedback on housing development regulations throughout this text amendment process. Adiourn-A motion to adjourn to March 13, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This meeting adjourned at 3:47 pot 20/27- 0 3 3- 2 C)11/ Ch. mornan Byers Date Tiv:meeting was filmed by YPAC Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Specialist. - 2 - IN' ;E 187 City of Yakima Planning Commission (YPC) Meeting Minutes City Hall Council Chambers January 23, 2019 Call to Order Chairwoman Patricia Byers called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m. Roll Call YPC Members Present: Chairwoman Patricia Byers, Al Rose, Bill Cook, Robert McCormick, Leanne Hughes-Mickel, Philip Ostriem YPC Members Absent: Vice-Chair Jacob Liddicoat (unexcused) Staff Present: Joseph Calhoun, Planning Manager; Lisa Maxey, Planning Specialist Council Liaison: Jason White, District 2 (absent) Others: Sign-in sheet in file S :ff Announcemen —Planning Manager Joseph Calhoun announced that consideration of the Planning Commission's recommendation on a rezone proposal located at 5231 W. Powerhouse Rd. is anticipated to be scheduled for a City Council public hearing on March 5, 2019. He also mentioned that the H2A worker housing forum will be held on January 30, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Yakima Convention Center; anyone is welcome to attend. Audience Participation - None noted. Approval of eeting mutes of January 9. 2019—It was motioned by Commissioner Rose and seconded by Commissioner McCormick to approve the meeting minutes of January 9, 2019. The motion carried unanimously. Discussion on Potential Text Amendments—Calhoun announced that staff has identified areas of the Yakima Municipal Code (YMC) for potential changes including: • Purpose statement of YMC Ch. 15.09 -Special Development Standards • YMC Ch.15.29 -Wireless Communication Facilities to integrate new federal legislation on installation and operation of small cell infrastructure. • YMC Ch. 15.26- Land Development Fees due to City Council's request for evaluation of citywide fees. • Definitions, zoning district intent statements, site design standards, YMC Ch. 15.04— Permitted Land Uses, etc. for expansion of housing types, particularly those listed in the goals and policies of the land use element of the Comprehensive Plan 2040. Discussion ensued regarding a range of housing types. Calhoun stated he can bring back examples of how other jurisdictions are regulating various housing types and will draft language for the Commission's consideration. Other Business — The new Executive Officer of the Central Washington Home Builders Association, Robert Schroeter, introduced himself to the Commission and stated his interest in attending and participating in future meetings. Adjourn - A motion to adjourn to February 13, 2019 was passed with unanimous vote. This m:-ting-adjuur2e# :t 3:161p: I O . 0/2 Chairwoman Byers Date This meeting as filmed by YPAC.Minutes for this meeting submitted by:Lisa Maxey,Planning Specialist. - 1 - N E -- I