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17.08.050 Definitions “C.”
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Canopy or marquee” means a permanent roof-like shelter extending from part or all of a building face over a public right-of-way and constructed of some durable material such as metal, glass, plastic, or wood.

City” means the City of Sebastopol.

Combining district” means a zoning district that is applied in combination with other district designations.

Commercial use” means a use that involves the exchange of cash, goods or services, barter, forgiveness of indebtedness, or any other remuneration in exchange for goods, services, lodging, meals, entertainment in any form, or the right to occupy space over a period of time.

Community Assembly Civic Uses. Community assembly civic uses” include the activities typically performed by, or at, the following institutions or installations and similar uses as determined by the Planning Commission:

1. Churches, temples, and synagogues.

2. Food service and other concessions within public parks.

3. Public, parochial, and private nonprofit clubs, lodges, meeting halls, and recreation centers.

4. Public and parochial playgrounds and playing fields.

5. Temporary nonprofit festivals.

Community care facility” means a facility, place or building which is maintained and operated to provide nonmedical residential care, day care, or home finding agency services for children, adults, or children and adults, including, but not limited to, the physically handicapped, mentally impaired, or incompetent persons, developmentally disabled, mentally disordered children and adults, court wards and dependents, neglected or emotionally disturbed children, alcohol- or drug-addicted children or adults, battered adults or children, and aged persons and serves 13 or more persons.

Community Care Residential.

1. Small community care residential” means a home which provides the following services to six or fewer persons, including those that reside in the home: intermediate care facility, developmentally disabled nursery, congregate living health facility, pediatric day health, respite care facility, foster homes, rest homes and homes for the aged, and alcoholism and drug abuse recovery or treatment facilities.

2. Large community care residential” (same as “large community care home”) means a home which provides the following services to seven to 12 persons, inclusive, and including those that reside in the home: intermediate care facility, developmentally disabled nursery, congregate living health facility, foster homes, pediatric day health, respite care facility, rest homes and homes for the aged.

Community Education Civic Uses.

1. Small community education civic” includes the activities typically performed by the following institutions, involving six or fewer persons, clients, or students and similar uses as determined by the Planning Commission:

a. Public, parochial, and private day care centers.

b. Public, parochial, and private nursery schools and kindergartens.

c. Public, parochial, and private elementary, junior high, and high schools.

2. Large community education civic” includes the activities typically performed by the following institutions, involving seven or more persons, clients, or students and similar uses as determined by the Planning Commission:

a. Public, parochial, and private day care centers.

b. Public, parochial, and private nursery schools and kindergartens.

c. Public, parochial, and private elementary, junior high, and high schools.

3. Large community education civic, adult” includes colleges, universities, professional, vocational, and art schools, seminaries, and similar uses.

Community garden” means an area of land used to grow and harvest noncommercial food crops by individuals or collectively by members of a group and may be arranged into multiple plots.

Community Nonassembly Civic Uses. Community nonassembly cultural civic uses include the activities performed by the following institutions and similar uses as determined by the Planning Commission:

1. Public, parochial, and private nonprofit museums.

2. Public, parochial, and private nonprofit libraries.

Conditional use” means a use of property that may be permitted only by conditional use permit and which use must comply with all terms and conditions of the permit.

Conditional use permit” means a permit which may be granted under the provisions of this code and which, when granted, authorizes a particular use to be made of a particular premises, subject to compliance with all the terms and conditions contained in the permit.

Convenience Sales and Service. Convenience sales and service uses include the following uses, and similar uses as may be determined by the Planning Commission:

1. Barber and beauty shops.

2. Shoe repair shops.

3. Drug stores/pharmacies.

4. Florists.

5. Launderettes.

6. Cleaners (pick-up station only).

7. Tailors.

8. Other personal service uses.

9. Food stores.

10. Professional offices.

11. Video stores.

12. Copy center/mail pick-up.

13. Physical therapy offices, yoga studios, exercise facilities, and similar uses of 1,000 square feet or less. (Ord. 1111, 2018)

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