Q-6 COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS

Q-6-101 LEGAL BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS OF GENERAL

COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

Lots 10-38 Block 1; Lots 1-7, 40-43 Block 15; Lots 6-28, 37-59 Block 16; Lots 1-15 Block 29; Lots 15-23, Block 34; Block 42; Lots 1-14, 16-28, Block 43; Lots 1-2 Block 44; Lots 15-22 Block 57; Lots 1-4, 6-11, Block  72 Original Townsite, City of Fort Pierre, Stanley County, South Dakota

Teton Island Addition; Lot PR-1

Lots 24-28, W½ Lots 29-33 Block 27; W½ Lots 1-6, Lots 7-46 Block 34; Block 39; W½ 2-11, Lots 12-26 Block 40 Stanley Townsite

Lot 17 Yellowstone Landing Addition

Lots 13, 14, and the East half of Lot 15 BLK 7, Thomas Acres Addition

Lots 1-15 Lookout Ridge Commercial Development, Phase 1, Located in the North 751.2 Feet of the SW 1/4, NE 1/4, Section 20, Township 5 North, Range 31 East, Stanley County, South Dakota

Source:  Ord. 822, 887, 892, 903, 1001, 1019, 1031

Authority: SDCL 11-4-2, 11-4-8

Q-6-102 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE FOR GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

To provide a commercial areas for those establishments serving the general shopping needs of the trade area. The grouping of uses is intended to strengthen the general commercial district as the center of trade, service, governmental and cultural activities, and to provide neighborhood commercial convenience areas.

Q-6-103 PRINCIPAL PERMITTED USES

The following principal uses and structures shall be permitted in the general commercial district:

A. Financial institution.

B. Hotel/Motel.

C. Municipal or government buildings.

D. Office.

E. Parking facility or lot.

G. Personal and health service store.

H. Public transportation facility.

I. Public utility facility.

J. Railroad thru and spur tracks.

K. Retail or service store.

L. Other light retail and service establishments approved by the City Planning and Zoning Commission, except those uses enumerated in another district.

Q-6-104 CERTAIN USES DECLARED INCOMPATIBLE AND EXCLUDED

The following uses are hereby declared incompatible with the purpose of the general commercial district and are hereby expressly excluded.

A. Drive-in theaters.

B. Mobile home parks.

C. One-family and two-family dwellings.

D. Petroleum bulk storage plants

E. Warehouses.

Q-6-105 ACCESSORY USES

Accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to any of the permitted uses in the district and provided that such use shall conform to all performance standards set forth for this district.

Q-6-106 CONDITIONAL USES

A. Assembly and packaging.

B. Automobile and boat sales, service & storage.

C. Daycare facility.

D. Gas dispensing station.

E. Mixed business/residential use.

F. Multiple family dwellings.

G. Mini-storage facility with four thousand (4,000) square feet or less per zoning lot.

Source:  Ord 961

Q-6-107 SPACE LIMITATIONS

A. Building height limit. No building shall exceed seventy-five (75) feet in height.

B. Yards required. No yards are required except as hereinafter otherwise specified.

Q-6-108 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

A. Multiple family dwellings granted a conditional use permit shall comply with all regulations of the multiple family district. Only one (1) building for living purposes shall be permitted on one zoning lot except as otherwise provided herein. Conditional uses shall be in conformity with their respective districts.

B. Off-street parking and loading shall be provided for all uses established in this district unless otherwise specified herein. All drive-in type restaurants shall provide adequate off street space for the maneuvering and parking of patron’s vehicles.

C. Automobile repair shops and gas dispensing stations shall be subject to the following provisions:

1. No major repair work is performed out-of-doors.

2. Pumps, lubrication or other devices shall be at least twenty (20) feet from any street line.

3. All gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas, fuel, oil or similar substances that are for resale shall meet state standards.

4. All automobile parts, dismantled vehicles and similar articles shall be stored within a building.

D. Mixed business/residential uses granted a conditional use permit shall not include the construction of a business building in the yard of a residence or within an existing residence or the construction of a residence within the yard of a business.

E. Broadcast transmission and receiving towers are limited to thirty-five (35) feet in height.

SECTIONS Q-6-109 TO 199, INCLUSIVE. RESERVED.

Q-6-201 LEGAL BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS FOR THE HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

Lots 1-9, 55-83 Block 1; Block 2; Lots 3-46 Block 3;  Lots 10-20 Block 14; Lots 1-5, 32-36 Block 16; Lots 8-20 Block 17; Lots 10-19 Block 28; Lots 16-38 Block 29; Lots 1-15 Block 30; Lots 1-15 Block 31; Blocks 32, 45; Lots 11-19 Block 33; A portion of Lot 11 and all of Lots 12-14 and the south half of the adjacent vacated alley all in Block 44; Lots 1-15 Block 46; Lots 1-15 Block 47; Lots 1-15 Block 60; Lots 1-15 Block 61; Original Townsite, City of Fort Pierre, Stanley County, South Dakota

Lots 1,2 Jones Subdivision; Kruse Addition; Lots 1A, 1B, 2A, 2, 4, 5A, 5B, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18A, 18B, and 19 Yellowstone Landing Subdivision; Lots 1-12, West half of Lot 15-25, Block 7, Outlot T4, and Outlot 1 Thomas Acres; Lots 1-5 VIB Subdivision; Lots N.C.-1, N.C.-2, N.C. -3, N.C. -4, N.C -5, N.C. -6A, N.C. -6B; S.C.-1, S.C.-2, S.C.-3, S.C.-5 Young’s Outlot No. 1; Spencer’s Outlots between Waldron and Skerrol’s Street, north side of Hwy. 14/34; Lots A.S. 2, C.S. 1-C.S. 4 in the NE1/4 Sec. 28; Spencer’s Outlots 1A-30A, South of Hwy. 14/34; Lots T-1, T-2 Spencer’s Outlots; Spencer’s Outlot 1; Reconciliation Place Addition; Lot A-1 of Lot A of Young’s Outlot No. 1 in SE 1/4 of Section 20-T5N-R31E. (West of Prairie Villa Court); Lot 4 Latham Ranch Addition except the westerly 470 feet; Spencer’s Outlots 49-51; Lots 1A-1E OVC Addition; Lot 2 of Marion’s Woodland Subdivision;

Lots 14-23 Block 25; Lots 14-23, 24-33 Block 26; Lots 1-23 Block 36; Block 35; Lots 1-13 Block 37; Lots 1-26 Block 38 Stanley Townsite

Source: Ord. 875, 887, 902, 926, 927, 945, 964, 984, 1001, 1002, 1010, 1014, 1019

Authority: SDCL 11-4-2; 11-4-8

Q-6-202 STATEMENT OF PURPOSE FOR THE HIGHWAY COMMERCIAL DISTRICT.

To provide commercial areas for a wide variety of retail and service establishments which can function most satisfactorily in an area directly related to a highway due to the nature of the merchandise handled, the display space required, the method of transport required, and primary dependence on vehicular access.

Q-6-203 PRINCIPAL PERMITTED USES

The following principal uses and structures shall be permitted in the Highway Commercial District:

A. Car wash.

B. Drive-in food service.

C. Educational facility.

D. Financial institution.

E. Gas dispensing station.

F. Grocery.

G. Hotel/motel.

H. Indoor or outdoor recreation facility.

I. Mini storage facility of four thousand (4,000) square feet or less per zoning lot.

J. Office.

K. Parking facility or lot.

L. Personal and health service store.

M. Public transportation facility.

N. Public utility facility.

O. Railroad through and spur tracks.

P. Retail or service store.

Q. Other light retail and service establishments approved by the City Planning and Zoning Commission, except those uses enumerated in another district.

Source:  Ord 952, 961

Q-6-204 CERTAIN USES DECLARED INCOMPATIBLE AND EXCLUDED

The following uses are hereby declared incompatible with the purpose of the highway commercial district and are hereby expressly excluded.

A. Drive in theaters.

B. Petroleum bulk storage plants.

C. Warehouses.

Q-6-205 ACCESSORY USES

Accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to any of the permitted uses in the district and provided that such use shall conform to all performance standards set forth for this district.

Source:  Ord 884

Q-6-206 CONDITIONAL USES

A. Automobile and truck sales, service, and storage.

B. Building material sales.

C. Feed & seed store.

D. Implement sales and service.

E. Assembly and packaging.

F. Drop-off, buyback or transfer site for recyclables.

G. Contractor shop and storage yard.

H. Daycare facility.

I. Frozen food locker.

J. Freight handling.

K. Kennel.

L. Light manufacturing or processing.

M. Mixed business/residential use.

N. Animal grooming salon.

O. Mini Storage facility of greater than four thousand (4,000) square feet per zoning lot.

Source:  Ord 865, 884, 961

Q-6-207 SPACE LIMITATIONS

A. Building height limit. No building shall exceed seventy-five (75) feet.

B. Percentage of lot coverage. All buildings including accessory buildings shall not cover more than eighty percent (80%) of the area of the lot.

C. Yards required. Each lot shall have front, side and rear yards of not less than the depth or widths following:

1. Front yard depth: Twenty-five (25) feet.

2. Rear yard depth: None required but has to comply with loading zone requirement.

3. Side yard width: None required, except on corner lots on which the side set back shall be not less than twenty-five (25) feet unless approved by the Board of Adjustment and Appeals.

Q-6-208 PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

A. Off-street parking and loading shall be provided for all uses established in this district unless otherwise specified herein.

B. Automobile repair shops and filling stations shall be subject to the following provisions:

1. No repair work is performed out-of-doors.

2. Pumps, lubricating or other devices shall be at least twenty (20) feet from any street line.

3. All gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas, fuel, oil or similar substances that are for resale shall meet state standards.

4. All automobile parts, dismantled vehicles, and similar articles shall be stored within a building.

C. Mixed/residential uses granted a conditional use permit shall not include the construction of a business building in the yard of a residence or within an existing residence or the construction of a residence within the yard of a business.

D. Conditional uses shall be in conformity with their respective districts.

E. Broadcast transmissions and receiving towers are limited to thirty-five (35) feet high.

F. Service or access roads may be required at the discretion of the City Planning and Zoning Commission. Property required to create service or access roads will be provided by the property owner or developer. Service or access roads will be developed to normal City street standards. Service or access that will carry truck traffic will be developed to carry such traffic without pavement or sub-base breakup. Development plans for service or access roads will be approved by the City Planning and Zoning Commission.

SECTIONS Q-6-209 TO 299, INCLUSIVE. RESERVED.