A. Office Commercial. The CO District is intended to create, preserve, and enhance areas containing a mixture of professional, medical, administrative, and general offices, residential, and small-scale retail uses and to encourage mixed-use developments of commercial and residential uses. This district is typically appropriate along major thoroughfares and adjacent to residential neighborhoods.
B. General Commercial. The CG District provides areas for commercial uses with clusters of street-front stores. This district permits primarily local-serving retail establishments, specialty shops, banks, professional offices, motels, residential uses, and business and personal services that are typically appropriate along major thoroughfares as well as regional commercial uses. The following types of retail uses are discouraged: factory outlets, large regional-serving shopping centers, and other similar retail uses generating high traffic volumes.
C. Central Core. The CD District is intended to create, preserve, and enhance the downtown area as the historic retail core of Sebastopol. This district provides for a range of uses, including office, retail, restaurant, service, and other commercial uses, while allowing for residential growth, including mixed-use and affordable housing development, with the intent of increasing the vibrancy of the City’s central downtown area, and it is noted that the CD District is not applied to the entire downtown.
D. Industrial. The purpose of the M District is to implement the “Industrial” land use category of the General Plan and to provide areas for the manufacture, assembly, packaging, or storage of products which are not harmful, injurious, or detrimental to property or the general welfare of the City and its residents; and other general commercial and residential uses that are compatible with the industrial uses. This district is applicable to light and general industrial areas of the City.
E. Office/Light Industrial. The purpose of the OLM District is to implement the “Office/Light Industrial” land use category of the General Plan and to provide areas for well-planned, integrated business parks that may include office and related uses as well as research and development, laboratories, warehousing and distribution, exercise facilities, child care uses, and food service uses which are not harmful, injurious, or detrimental to property or the general welfare of the City and its residents; and other general commercial and residential uses that are compatible with the permitted uses. This district is applicable to office and light industrial areas of the City.
F. Commercial Industrial. The CM District is intended to encourage local production, innovation, and sales of local art, textile, food, beverage, and other tangible goods by allowing a range of complementary, community-oriented building types and spaces that accommodate small- and mid-size makers, fabricators, producers, and manufacturers, as well as specified commercial, residential, and other uses. (Ord. 1111, 2018)