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A. Land Use Matrix. The following zoning matrix found in Table 22.22.050: Land Use in the Downtown Commercial Zoning District summarizes land uses permitted in the downtown commercial zoning district (DC). A land use not explicitly permitted by Table 22.22.050 is prohibited.

Table 22.22.050. Land Use in the Downtown Commercial Zoning District

Conforming Use (1)

DC – Residential (DC-RN)

DC – Historic Main (DC-HM)

DC – East Downtown (DC-ED)

DC – Downtown Promenade (DC-DTP) (7)

1. RESIDENTIAL LAND USES

Dwelling Units, Accessory

A (2)

A (2)

Dwelling Units, Attached

P (3)

P (3)

P (3)

C (3)

Dwelling Units, Detached

P

C

Dwelling Units, Temporary Security Guard

A

A

A

A

Group Homes

P

P

Halfway Houses

EPF

EPF

EPF

Home Occupations

P

P

Retirement Housing and Assisted Living Facilities

P

P

2. COMMERCIAL LAND USES

Building Material and Garden Supply Establishments

• Hardware Stores

P (5)

P (5)

P (5)

• Plant Nurseries

P

P

P

Food and Beverage Establishments

• Bakeries

P

P

P

• Coffee Shops

A

P

P

P

• Convenience Stores

P

P

P

• Grocery Stores

P (4)

P (4)

P (4)

• Liquor Stores

P

P

• Restaurants

P

P

P

• Tasting Rooms

P

P

P

• Taverns

P

P

P

General Retail

P

P

P

Mobile Vendors

P (6)

P (6)

P (6)

Motor Vehicle Sales Facilities

• Motorsports Vehicles and Boats

P

Pharmacies and Drug Stores

P

P

P

3. SERVICE LAND USES

Business and Professional Services

• Professional Offices

P

P

P

• Technical Consulting Services

P

P

P

Day Care Services

• Adult Day Services

A

P

P

• Child Care Centers

P

P

• Family Child Care Services

A

P

P

• Preschools

P

General Services

C

P

P

Health Care Services

• Diagnostic Imaging Centers

C

C

C

• Health Care Provider Offices

C

C

C

• Medical Laboratories

C

C

C

• Nursing and Residential Care Facilities

P

P

• Outpatient Health Care Clinics

C

C

C

• Outpatient Mental Health Treatment Facilities

C

C

C

• Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities

C

C

C

Membership Organizations

C

P

A

Parking Facilities

A

A

Parking Facilities, Stand-Alone

C

C

Personal Services

P

P

P

Rental and Leasing Services

• Tools, Machinery, and Equipment

A

Social Services

• Community Food Services

P

P

P

• Community Housing Services

P

P

P

• Emergency and Relief Services

P

P

P

Temporary Lodging Services

• Bed and Breakfast Inns

C

C

P

• Hotels and Motels

P

P

Veterinary Clinics

C

C

P

4. INSTITUTIONAL LAND USES

Community Facilities

• Community-Oriented Open Air Market

P

P

P

P

• Religious Institutions

C

C

P

Educational Facilities

• Schools, Colleges, Universities, and Professional

EPF

EPF

EPF

EPF

• Schools, Elementary and Secondary (K-12)

EPF

EPF

EPF

EPF

Government Facilities

• Courts

C

C

C

• Fire Stations

C

C

C

• Government Administration Buildings

C

C

C

• Police Stations

C

C

C

• Public Works Maintenance and Storage Facilities

C

C

C

• U.S. Post Offices

C

C

C

5. PARKS, RECREATION, AND ENTERTAINMENT LAND USES

Entertainment Facilities

• Arcades and Gaming Establishments

P

P

• Art Galleries

P

P

• Libraries

P

P

• Movie Theaters

P

P

• Museums

P

P

• Theaters

P

P

Parks

• Concessions

A

A

A

A

• Parks and Open Spaces

P

P

P

P

Fitness and Health Clubs, Indoor

C

P

6. INDUSTRIAL LAND USES

Craft Manufacturing

P

P

P

Storage Facilities

• Indoor (On-Site Only)

A

A

A

A

7. UTILITY AND TRANSPORTATION LAND USES

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations (All Levels)

A

A

A

A

Major and Regional Utility Facilities

• Regional Utility Corridors

C

C

C

C

• Wastewater Treatment Plants

EPF

Major and Regional Transportation Facilities

• Regional Transit Station

EPF

EPF

EPF

• State and Regional Transportation Facilities

EPF

EPF

EPF

Minor Utility Facilities

P

P

P

P

Wireless Communications Facilities

P

P

P

P

8. UNCLASSIFIED LAND USES

Accessory Structures

A

A

A

A

Mixed Use Developments

P

P

P

P

P = Permitted Use; A = Accessory Use; C = Requires a Conditional Use Permit; See Chapter 22.38 MMC for Requirements for Essential Public Facilities (EPF)

Table Notes:

1A land use not explicitly permitted by Table 22.22.050 is prohibited within the downtown commercial zone.

2Accessory dwelling units are subject to the requirements of MMC 22.16.050.

3In the downtown promenade, attached dwellings are only allowed in conjunction with mixed use structures.

4Grocery stores shall not exceed thirteen thousand square feet in gross floor area.

5Hardware stores shall not exceed twenty thousand square feet in gross floor area.

6Mobile vendors must meet the criteria outlined in MMC 22.60.040(B), Mobile Vendors.

7Downtown promenade ground floor uses shall be commercial.

(Ord. 005/2019 § 10 (Exh. B))