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1 Up Previous Next Main Collapse Search Print Chapter SPECIFIC PLAN 5 Note * Prior ordinance history: Ordinances 86 O 118, 88 O 118 and 90 O Location. This specific plan shall encompass / net acres at the northeast corner of Placentia Avenue and Orangethorpe Avenue, 727 +/ feet south of Crowther Avenue and lying west of Placentia Storm Drain Channel. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Purpose. The specific plan is intended to provide a site for retailers and businesses, which through the characteristics of their respective services offered, cater to the entire community. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Permitted uses for parcels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10. All retail, business and office uses are permitted on these parcels as shown on Exhibit A attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter and on file in the office of the city clerk, including but not limited to the following examples: (1) Apparel stores; (2) Appliance stores; (3) Educational and training offices; (4) Financial institutions; (5) Food stores; (6) General administrative offices; (7) Health clubs;; (8) Home improvement centers; (9) Hotels with lounges; (10) Medical and dental offices and clinics; (11) Professional offices; (12) Research and development including laboratories; (13) Restaurants including drive through facilities; (14) Sales and service operations with or without light assembly and storage; (15) Small outdoor seating areas per Section ; (16) Use conformity determination. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the planning commission of the city of Placentia may, upon application made pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 23.87, review and determine whether a proposed use, not otherwise specified in this section, conforms to the intent and purpose of this chapter with regard to permitted uses and has characteristics similar to those uses listed in this section. The city administrator shall determine the number of plot plans to be submitted together with the application. The planning commission shall make the findings required by Section (1) and (2) in making any such determination. (Ord. O , 2010; Ord. 97 O 107 1, 1997; Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Permitted uses for parcels 6 and 7. The primary purpose of parcels 6 and 7 is hotel in nature. All retail, business and office uses listed in Section shall be permitted. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995)

2 Permitted uses for parcels 9 and 11. The primary purpose of these parcels is to provide a site for motor vehicle dealerships. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Uses subject to obtaining a use permit for all parcels. (1) Establishments that sell alcoholic beverages including on and off sale; (2) Uses similar to those permitted in Section with special design characteristics which have the potential to adversely affect the health, safety and general welfare of the surrounding neighborhood; (3) Large outdoor seating areas per Section (Ord. 97 O 107 2, 1997; Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Height. Maximum allowable height shall be fifty (50) feet. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Lot coverage. Not more than eighty five (85) percent of the net lot area shall be devoted to main and accessory building area, parking area or driveways except on those lots containing an auto dealership where one hundred (100) percent coverage shall be permitted. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Front yard setback. Minimum front yard setbacks shall be fifteen (15) feet. All of the required yard area shall be landscaped and maintained, except for drive entrances. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Side yard. Minimum side yard setback shall be fifteen (15) feet when adjacent to public streets. Side yards adjacent to public streets shall be landscaped and maintained. All other side yards shall be a minimum of three (3) feet. Parking shall be permitted within the side yard setback except in areas designed for landscaping. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Rear yard. Minimum rear yard setback shall be fifteen (15) feet. A minimum of five (5) feet shall be landscaped and maintained. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Distance between buildings. The minimum distance between buildings shall be twelve (12) feet, except for buildings on parcels 9 and 11. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Walls and fences. All fences shall be six (6) feet high chain link with one (1) inch private decorative slatting, color to be compatible with architecture of building. These fences shall occur along the southerly, easterly and northerly exterior property lines on parcels 1 through 7, as shown on Exhibit A attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter and on file in the office of the city clerk. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) On site parking. Parking shall be provided per Chapter for all areas covered by the specific plan, with the following exceptions: (1) (A) Parking for parcels 1 and 2 shall be combined to meet requirements. (B) Parking for parcels 3 and 4 shall be combined to meet requirements. (2) Reciprocal parking shall be provided between parcels 1 and 2 and parcels 3 and 4. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995) Signs. All signs shall be integrated with the design of the development and shall reflect the architecture of the building except those provided for in Section (temporary advertising devices) and shall not be located in such a manner as to constitute a hazard to pedestrian or vehicular traffic, and shall comply with all local building and electrical codes and their supporting structures shall be enclosed, structurally safe and maintained in good condition. (1) (A) Project entry monument signs shall not exceed four (4) feet in height and twenty four (24) feet in length.

3 (B) Two project entry signs as shown on Exhibit B, attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter, shall be permitted. (2) Interior monument signs shall not exceed four (4) feet in height and ten and one half (10.5) feet in length. (3) (A) Freeway signs shall not exceed twenty (20) feet in height above freeway driving surface. (B) Freeway signs shall not exceed fifteen (15) feet in width. (C) Two freeway signs as shown on Exhibit B, attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter, shall be permitted. (4) (A) Building tenant directory signs shall not exceed six and one half (6.5) feet in height and five (5) feet in width. (B) Seven (7) building tenant directory signs as shown on Exhibit B, attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter, shall be permitted. (5) (A) Tenant identification signs shall meet the material and design criteria dictated by the sign specifications for the park. (B) Each tenant identification sign shall not exceed one and one half (1.5) square foot per lineal foot of building frontage on which the sign is located. (6) (A) Truck door identification signs shall be attached to the building. No portion of any sign may project more than six (6) inches from the face of the building to which it is attached. (B) Each truck door identification sign shall not exceed four (4) square feet. (7) Additional signs shall be permitted subject to the review and approval of the planning commission. (Ord. 95 O 118, 1995)

4 Up Previous Next Main Search Print No Frames Chapter GENERAL REGULATIONS AND EXCEPTIONS Outdoor seating areas. (a) Eating and fast food places, as defined by code, shall be permitted to provide outdoor seating areas subject to the following: (1) Permitted Uses. Outdoor seating areas containing one (1) to four (4) tables with a maximum of sixteen (16) chairs; (2) Uses permitted subject to obtaining a use permit pursuant to Chapter Outdoor seating areas containing five (5) or more tables; (b) Additional Requirements. (1) For small outdoor seating areas, a fully dimensioned site plan and the property owner s written approval shall be submitted and kept on file. (2) Standards for outdoor seating areas shall be complied with as a condition of the use. These standards and policy guidelines are on file in the planning division. (Ord. 97 O 101 1, 1997)

5 Up Previous Next Main Collapse Search Print No Frames Chapter USE PERMITS Generally. Use permits, revocable, conditional or valid for a term period may be issued for any of the uses or purposes for which such permits are required or permitted by the terms of this title. (Prior code ) Application. Application for use permits shall be made in writing by owners of the property, or lessee, purchase in escrow or by owner s authorized representative with the consent of the owner, on a form prescribed by the planning commission. The application shall be accompanied by: (1) Sixteen (16) sets of a plot plan drawn to scale, showing the location of property, boundaries and improvements proposed, all dimensioned. (2) The fee established by city council resolution. (3) A list of all property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the exterior boundary lines of the property involved in the application as certified by a title insurance company authorized to do business in Orange County, California. Such list shall be typed in duplicate upon gummed labels ready for mailing, and shall be accompanied by a location map. (Ord. O , 2007; Ord. 68 O 130 1, 1968; prior code ) Public hearings and public notices. (a) Public Hearing. The planning commission or, if the matter has been appealed pursuant to Section , the city council, as the case may be, shall hold a public hearing. (b) Notice of Public Hearing. (1) Mail or Delivery. Notice of hearing shall be mailed or delivered at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing to the owner of the subject real property or the owner s duly authorized agent, the project applicant, each local agency that provides facilities and services whose ability to provide those services may be significantly affected, and all owners of real property as shown on the latest equalized assessment roll within a three hundred (300) foot radius of the exterior boundaries of the real property that is the subject of the hearing. (2) Post. Ten (10) days prior to the hearing, notice of the hearing shall be posted in at least three (3) public places within the city including at least one place on or near the real property that is the subject of the hearing. (c) Failure to Receive Notice. Failure of any property owner to receive such notice shall not alter the validity of the hearing. (Ord. 91 O 119 6, 1990; Ord. 84 O 110 1, 1984; Ord. 68 O 130 2, 1968; prior code ) Action by planning commission. The planning commission shall approve the use permit application only if: (1) The proposed use will not be: (A) detrimental to the general health, safety or general welfare of the persons residing or working within the neighborhood of the proposed development or within the city, or (B) injurious to the property or improvements within the neighborhood or within the city; and (2) The proposed use will be consistent with the latest adopted general plan; and (3) Conditions necessary to secure the purposes of this section, including guarantees and evidence of compliance with conditions, are made part of the use permit approval. (Ord. 94 O 103 5, 1994; Ord. 75 O 109, 1975; prior code ) Appeal to city council. (a) The decision of the planning commission shall be final unless appealed in writing to the city council by the applicant or any other interested person (as defined at Section ) within ten (10) calendar days. The letter of

6 appeal shall be accompanied by a processing fee as established by city council resolution. The letter shall be filed with the city clerk s office. (b) Any member of the city council may appeal the decision of the planning commission in writing within ten (10) calendar days. The letter shall be filed with the city clerk s office. (c) The city council shall hold a public hearing and notices shall be mailed as set forth in Section Notices shall also be given to the applicant, the planning commission and the appellant. The planning commission shall submit a report and meeting minutes to the city council, setting forth the reasons for action taken by the commission. (d) The city council shall make its own determination as to whether the proposed use meets the standards outlined in Section and may approve, modify or disapprove the decision of the planning commission. Any significant modification of the use permit, not previously considered by the planning commission during its hearing, may be, but is not required to be, referred to the planning commission for report and recommendation. The planning commission shall not hold a public hearing on the proposed modification. Failure to report upon the proposed modification within forty (40) days, or such longer period as the council may designate, shall be deemed an approval of the proposed modification. (Ord. O , 2007; Ord. 81 O 115, 1981; Ord. 75 O 109, 1975; Ord. 68 O 130 3, 1968; prior code ) Building permits. No building permit shall be issued in any case where a use permit is required by the terms of this title until ten (10) days after the granting of such use permit by the planning commission, or after granting of such use permit by the city council in the event of appeal and then only in accordance with the terms and conditions of the use permit granted. (Ord. 97 O 112 1, 1997; prior code ) Revocation. (a) Any use permit granted in accordance with the terms of this title shall be revoked if a finding is made that: (1) Any of the conditions or terms of such permit are violated; or (2) Any law or ordinance violated in connection therewith; or (3) The permit was obtained by fraud or misrepresentation; or (4) The use permit as implemented is detrimental to the public health or safety or is a nuisance. (b) The planning commission shall hold a public hearing on any proposed revocation after giving ten (10) days notice prior to the hearing. The planning commission shall report in writing its recommendation to revoke, modify or allow the use permit to remain unchanged to the city council. The city council shall hold a public hearing and shall determine the facts and may revoke, modify or allow the use permit to remain unchanged. (Ord. 90 O 117 2, 1990; Ord. 89 O 130 2, 1989) Time limit. (a) Any use permit granted in accordance with the terms of this title shall expire if not used within one (1) year from the date of final approval. (b) For new construction only, any use permit granted in accordance with the terms of this title shall expire if not used within two (2) years from the date of final approval. (c) Application may be made to the planning director for a one (1) year extension on new construction only. No more than one (1) extension shall be allowed. (d) A use permit approved in conjunction with a vesting tentative map shall expire at the time that the corresponding map expires. If an extension is granted for the map, the same extension shall automatically be granted for the use permit. (e) When a final vesting subdivision map has been recorded for a project, the accompanying use permit approved in conjunction with the map shall remain in effect. (f) If a use permitted by a use permit ceases for a continuous period of one (1) year, it shall be considered abandoned and the use permit shall be considered expired. The use can be reinstated only after approval of a new use permit, pursuant to the provisions of this chapter. (g) Where there is an existing valid use permit(s) and a new unrelated use permit(s) is approved and subsequently used on the same site, the new use permit(s) shall automatically invalidate the previously approved use permit(s). (Ord.

7 94 O 120 1, 1994; Ord. 93 O , 1993; Ord. 93 O 114 2, 1993; Ord. 92 O 112 1, 1992; Ord. 83 O 120 1, 1983; Ord. 78 O 128 2, 1978)

8 Up Previous Next Main Search Print No Frames Chapter USE PERMITS Action by planning commission. The planning commission shall approve the use permit application only if: (1) The proposed use will not be: (A) detrimental to the general health, safety or general welfare of the persons residing or working within the neighborhood of the proposed development or within the city, or (B) injurious to the property or improvements within the neighborhood or within the city; and (2) The proposed use will be consistent with the latest adopted general plan; and (3) Conditions necessary to secure the purposes of this section, including guarantees and evidence of compliance with conditions, are made part of the use permit approval. (Ord. 94 O 103 5, 1994; Ord. 75 O 109, 1975; prior code )

9 Up Previous Next Main Search Print No Frames Chapter SPECIFIC PLAN Permitted uses for parcels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10. All retail, business and office uses are permitted on these parcels as shown on Exhibit A attached to the ordinance codified in this chapter and on file in the office of the city clerk, including but not limited to the following examples: (1) Apparel stores; (2) Appliance stores; (3) Educational and training offices; (4) Financial institutions; (5) Food stores; (6) General administrative offices; (7) Health clubs;; (8) Home improvement centers; (9) Hotels with lounges; (10) Medical and dental offices and clinics; (11) Professional offices; (12) Research and development including laboratories; (13) Restaurants including drive through facilities; (14) Sales and service operations with or without light assembly and storage; (15) Small outdoor seating areas per Section ; (16) Use conformity determination. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the planning commission of the city of Placentia may, upon application made pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 23.87, review and determine whether a proposed use, not otherwise specified in this section, conforms to the intent and purpose of this chapter with regard to permitted uses and has characteristics similar to those uses listed in this section. The city administrator shall determine the number of plot plans to be submitted together with the application. The planning commission shall make the findings required by Section (1) and (2) in making any such determination. (Ord. O , 2010; Ord. 97 O 107 1, 1997; Ord. 95 O 118, 1995)

10 Up Previous Next Main Search Print No Frames Chapter SIGNS ADVERTISING STRUCTURES Temporary advertising devices. Temporary advertising such as pennants, banners and flags shall be permitted only for grand openings and special promotions subject to the following regulations: (1) All temporary pennants, banners and flags shall require a permit and shall be subject to the review and approval of the director of development services; (2) Banners shall be attached to the building or canopy parallel to the building face, or to a center identification sign. No portion of any banner shall project more than six (6) inches from the face of the building, canopy or center identification sign to which it is attached, subject to the following: (A) Not more than two (2) banners from an individual business shall be attached to any building frontage at one time. Where more than one (1) business occupies a commercial or industrial unit, not more than two (2) banners from that unit shall be attached to any building frontage at one time. (B) Banners shall be attached to a center identification sign during a grand opening promotion only, and only one (1) banner shall be attached to any center identification sign frontage at one time. (3) No pennants shall be strung or attached to any utility pole, light standard or tree within the public right of way; (4) Grand Openings. Pennants, banners and flags shall be displayed only at the location where the grand opening occurs and shall not be displayed for more than forty five (45) consecutive days; (5) Special Promotions. Pennants, banners and flags shall be permitted for eight (8) days each month, either consecutively or at random; (6) Pennants, banners and flags shall also be permitted without a permit on the following holidays: New Year s Day, President s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Veteran s Day, Thanksgiving plus the day after and Christmas; (7) Portable signs shall be prohibited. (8) No temporary advertising device shall be placed in any manner or location that might negatively affect or interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic. (Ord. 99 O 112 2, 1999; Ord. 94 O 145 1, 1995; Ord. 91 O 124 1, 1991; Ord. 87 O 127 2, 1987; Ord. 85 O 125, 1985)

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