Article II - Zoning District Regulations
Subpart F. Supplemental Requirements to the Table of Permitted and Special Uses
§42-63.
  Supplemental Requirements to the Table of Permitted and Special Uses
The regulations of this section directly correlate with the Table of Permitted and Special Uses, which contains a
column on the far right labeled “SR” for Supplemental Requirements. In any case where a use listed in the Table has
a number in the SR column opposite the use, the use must comply with the additional requirements found in this
section.
1. RESIDENTIAL USES
SR 1.1.   Assisted Living Residence
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-231 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access (in accordance with 10A
NCAC 13F .0303).
(4)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. Certificate of Need (in accordance with NCGS §131E-178)
required (where required for the specific facility type by the state).
(5)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public Health).
Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent
with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
SR 1.2.   Bed and Breakfast Inn
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. No person shall operate a bed and breakfast inn who does not
possess a valid permit from the Department of Environmental Health and Natural Resources (in
accordance with 15A NCAC 18A .3002 (a)). 
(3)
Size. The total number of guest rooms in a bed-and-breakfast inn shall not exceed 12 (in accordance
(4)
Structure. The bed-and-breakfast inn shall contain at least:
a.
One (1) bathroom for every two (2) bedrooms (guestrooms) (in accordance with 15A NCAC
18A .3009 (a)); and
b.
One (1) kitchen facility.
(5)
Residential Character. The inn shall be located in a structure originally constructed as and adhering to,
the standards of a single-family dwelling.
(6)
Operations. The inn shall (in accordance with NCGS §130A-247 (6)):
a.
Be the permanent residence of the owner and/or manager of the business (or such owner
and/or manager may live on site in an accessory structure);
b.
Not serve food or drink to the general public for pay;
c.
Serve only the breakfast meal, and that meal served only to overnight guests of the business;
d.
Include the price of breakfast in the room rate; and
e.
Be permitted to contain a home occupation and adhere to the additional standards outlined
therefore (see SR 2.7 (Home Occupation, General))
SR 1.3. Continuing Care Retirement Community
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
  
(2)
Operations. Where the continuing care retirement community contains a dwelling(s), nursing home,
assisted living residence, or hospice residential care facility, these facilities shall adhere to the
additional standards outlined for those uses.
SR 1.4.  Dwelling, Duplex
(1)
Site Plan. Minor Site Plan required in accordance with §42-330 (Minor Site Plan Review).
(2)
Multifamily Development. Where more than one (1) duplex is desired, this shall be considered a
multifamily development and shall adhere to the standards outlined in SR 1.6 (Dwelling, Multifamily,
Five (5) or More Units).
SR 1.5.   Dwelling, Manufactured/Mobile Home (multi-section/singlewide)
(1)
Site Plan. Minor Site Plan required in accordance with §42-330 (Minor Site Plan Review).
(2)
Manufactured Home Park. Where three (3) or more manufactured homes are desired, this shall be
considered a manufactured home park and shall adhere to the standards outlined in SR 1.13
(Manufactured Home Park).
(3)
Mobile homes shall adhere to the following. The movement of pre-1976 manufactured homes
(hereinafter “mobile homes”) into the County shall not be permitted. Pre-1976 mobile homes currently
located within the County may be installed, moved or relocated provided: 
a.
The mobile home is not currently located within a manufactured home park;
b.
Relocation shall only be to an approved manufactured home park; and 
c.
A permit has been issued by the Zoning Administrator authorizing such installation. 
Where the mobile home is set up within a manufactured home park the mobile home may be sold but
cannot be relocated and installed elsewhere within the County.
(4)
Any singlewide manufactured home which: (1) was manufactured after 1976 (HUD approved), (2) has
been located in Henderson County prior to the initial adoption of this Chapter (September 19, 2007)
and (3) do not meet the appearance criteria provided in this SR 1.5 (Dwelling, Manufactured/Mobile
Home) may be moved provided said manufactured home is: 
a.
Installed to meet the criteria of Section (5) (subsections e, f, and g only), and
b.
Moved to either of the following locations:
1.
A space in an existing (as of September 19, 2007) manufactured home park; or
2.
A lot in the R2R, R3, or R4 zoning district which permits the placement of new
singlewide manufactured homes.
(5)
All singlewide manufactured/mobile homes shall: 
a.
Have a length which does not exceed five (5) times the width, (excluding additions);
b.
Have a width of at least 14 feet;
c.
Have a roof pitch with a minimum vertical rise of three (3) feet for each 12 feet of horizontal
run. The roof shall be finished with a type of shingle that is commonly used in standard
residential construction;
d.
Have exterior siding which consists predominantly of vinyl or aluminum lap siding whose
reflectivity does not exceed that of flat white paint; or wood or hardboard, comparable in
composition, appearance, and durability to the exterior siding commonly used in standard
residential construction;
e.
Be placed on the lot in harmony with the existing neighboring site-built structures. Where no
neighboring structures are available for comparison, the manufactured home shall be sited
with the front running parallel to the road providing access to the site. On corner lots the side
with the greatest road frontage shall be considered the front. On cul-de-sacs the home shall be
sited with the front running parallel to the road access;
f.
Have the towing tongue removed upon final placement of the unit; and
g.
Have underpinning, deck/porch and permanent steps in accordance with the following. 
  
Underpinning shall be:
1.
Provided along the entire perimeter of each home from the ground to the bottom of the
structure;
2.
Comprised of material manufactured for this purpose in accordance with standards set
by the state regulations for manufactured/mobile homes. Commonly recognized
building materials suitable for use as underpinning shall include but not be limited to
the following: brick, concrete block; natural or synthetic stone masonry; or masonite or
vinyl siding. Assemblies, products and materials manufactured expressly for the
purpose of underpinning shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's
specifications; and
3. Vented in accordance with the state regulations for manufactured/mobile homes.
Deck(s) or porch (es) shall be:
1. Provided steps;
2. Located in the front of the home;
3. A minimum of 36 square feet where over 36 square feet and where over 36 square feet, it
must meet volume VII of the state residential building code; and
4. Installed and constructed in accordance with the standards set by the state regulations for
manufactured/mobile homes or, when applicable, volume VII of the state residential
building code.
Steps shall be installed and constructed in accordance with the standards set by the state
regulations for manufactured/mobile homes or, when applicable, volume VII of the state
residential building code.
(6)
All doublewide and multi-sectioned manufactured homes shall:
a.
Have a length not exceeding four (4) times the building width;
b.
A main roof pitch with a minimum rise of four (4) feet for each twelve (12) feet of horizontal
run. The roof shall be finished with a type of shingle that is commonly used in standard
residential construction;
c.
Have exterior siding which consists predominantly of vinyl or aluminum lap siding whose
reflectivity does not exceed that of flat white paint; or wood or hardboard, comparable in
composition, appearance and durability to the exterior siding commonly used in standard
residential construction;
d.
Be placed on the lot in harmony with the existing site-built structures. Where no neighboring
structures are available for comparison, it shall be sited with the front running parallel to the
road providing access to the site. On corner lots the side with the greatest road frontage shall
be considered the front. On cul-de-sacs the home shall be sited with the front of the home
being parallel to the road access;
e.
The towing tongue shall be removed upon final placement of the unit; and 
f.
Have a foundation, underpinning, deck/porch, and permanent steps in accordance with the
following. Foundations shall be brick, concrete block or other masonry foundation. 
Underpinning shall be:
1.
Commonly recognized masonry building materials suitable for use as underpinning
which shall include the following: brick, concrete block with stucco; or natural or
synthetic stone masonry. Vinyl siding or metal underpinning shall not be allowed.
Assemblies, products and materials manufactured expressly for the purpose of
underpinning shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers' specifications;
and
2.
Continuous and unpierced except for ventilation as required by the state regulations for
manufactured/mobile homes;
Decks or porches shall be:
  
1.
Provided steps;
2.
Located in front of the home;
3.
A minimum of 36 square feet and, where larger than 36 square feet, it must meet
Volume VII of the state residential building code;
4.
Supported by a foundation constructed of materials compatible with the underpinning
on the outer perimeter of the foundation; and
5.
Installed and constructed in accordance with the standards set by the state regulations
for manufactured/mobile homes or, when applicable, Volume VII of the state
residential building code.
Steps shall be installed and constructed in accordance with the standards set by the state
regulations for manufactured/mobile homes or, when applicable, Volume VII of the state
residential building code.
(7)
A manufactured/mobile home shall be setup in accordance with the standards set by the North Carolina
Department of Insurance Regulations for manufactured/mobile homes.
(8)
A manufactured/mobile home shall not be used as a storage unit and shall only be occupied as a
dwelling.
SR 1.6.   Dwelling, Multifamily, Five (5) or More Units
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Multifamily dwellings of five (5) or more units: 
a.
May be developed in phases.
b.
Shall have a minimum spacing between buildings of 20 feet, with an additional one (1) foot of
separation for each one (1) foot of building height in excess of 30 feet.
c.
Shall have a maximum building length of 150 feet.
d.
May increase the building height to 50 feet where a B1 Buffer is provided as detailed in §42-
168 (Buffer Determination).
e.
Shall be required pervious pavement for a minimum of 25 percent of all paved surfaces
(roads, parking areas, drives, sidewalks, etc.).
f.
Shall adhere to the road standards required for a major subdivision in accordance with Article
III, Subdivision Regulations, and shall be organized:
1.
To provide increased internal mobility;
2.
To provide safe and convenient access;
3.
In intersecting/grid patterns where possible; and
4.
Without cul-de-sacs (except where topographical considerations/ restrictions are
submitted by the applicant).
g.
Shall have subsurface utilities.
(3)
Where a multifamily dwelling of five (5) or more units development is located along any road with
current public transit access and such public transit authority approves the addition of a stop, such
development shall provide a minimum of one (1) public transit access shelter for the use of
occupants/patrons.
(4)
Solid Waste Collection. Solid waste collection systems must be installed and/or operated to meet all
local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations and shall thereafter be certified by the Department
of Public Health. Each development shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal (in
accordance with Chapter 95 of the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and collection consisting of
either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters. Where dumpsters are used
concrete pads shall be designed to drain to a bio-retention area to filter stormwater before the water
reaches a larger drainage system, and Screen Class One (1), Two (2), or Three (3) shall be provided
consistent with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
  
(5)
Open Space. Open space shall be provided in perpetuity (perpetual easements or deed restrictions are
required) equivalent to 20 percent of all lands within the development. This designated open space area
shall not:
a.
Include more than 50 percent in primary conservation areas; and
b.
Be composed entirely of secondary conservation areas.
(6)
Common Area Requirements. A common area shall be provided that is equivalent to 10 percent of the
total area. Common area shall be accessible for the use and enjoyment of the multifamily
occupants/patrons, located as to be free of traffic hazards and maintained in good condition by the
applicant.
(7)
Other Requirements. Due to the comprehensive nature of a multifamily project, there are several
sections that must be consulted. Please refer to the following sections for more information on each
facet of a multifamily project.
a.
See Article III for information on road design and construction standards, pedestrian facility
standards, water and sewer requirements, and fire protection.
b.
See Article IV for traffic impact study and emergency services impact report requirements.
c.
See Article V for landscaping and buffering requirements.
d.
See Article VI for off-street parking and loading requirements.
e.
See §42-63 (Supplemental Requirements) for each land use.
f.
See Article VII for sign requirements.
g.
See Article XI for permitting procedures.
SR 1.7.   Dwelling, Quadraplex
(1)
Site Plan. Minor Site Plan required in accordance with §42-330 (Minor Site Plan Review).
(2)
Multifamily Development. Where more than one (1) quadraplex is desired, this shall be considered a
multifamily development and shall adhere to the standards outlined in SR 1.6 (Dwelling, Multifamily,
Five (5) or More Units).
SR 1.8.   Dwelling, Single-Family Detached
(1)
Site Plan. Minor Site Plan required in accordance with §42-330 (Minor Site Plan Review).
SR 1.9.   Dwelling, Triplex
(1)
Site Plan. Minor Site Plan required in accordance with §42-330 (Minor Site Plan Review).
(2)
Multifamily Development. Where more than one (1) triplex is desired, this shall be considered a
multifamily development and shall adhere to the standards outlined in SR 1.6 (Dwelling, Multifamily,
Five (5) or More Units). 
SR 1.10.   Family Care Home
(1)
Location. No new family care home (which includes, but is not limited to adult care homes, hospice
residential care facilities, or nursing homes with two (2) to six (6) residents) shall be located within a
one-half (½) mile radius of an existing family care home (see above) or homeless shelter (in
accordance with NCGS §168-22).
(2)
Size. A family care home shall house a minimum of two (2) and a maximum of six (6) residents (in
accordance with NCGS §168-21 (1)).
(3)
Operations. Where the family care home is a nursing home or hospice residential care facility, these
facilities shall adhere to the additional standards outlined for those uses.
SR 1.11.   Fraternity and/or Sorority Houses
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
  
(2)
Location. The fraternity or sorority house shall be permitted on a property abutting, with primary
access to, or within one (1) mile of the college or university with which it is affiliated.
(3)
Residential Character. The fraternity or sorority house shall be located in a structure originally
constructed as, or easily converted to, a single-family dwelling.
SR 1.12.   Hospice Residential Care Facility
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. Certificate of Need (in accordance with NCGS §131E-178)
required.
(4)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access (in accordance with 10A
NCAC 13F .0303).
(5)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public
Health). Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided
consistent with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification). 
SR 1.13.   Manufactured Home Park
(1)
Site Plan. A Manufactured home park site plan shall be required in accordance with §42-329
(Manufactured Home Park Site Plan Review).
(2)
Establishing a Manufactured Home Park. Three (3) or more manufactured homes and/or manufactured
home spaces on a tract shall be considered an MHP. Each applicant for an MHP shall choose a name
for the MHP which shall not be substantially identical or as similar as to likely cause confusion among
prospective residents to any other MHP or named community in Henderson County. An MHP site plan
shall contain certification that the public records of Henderson County have been searched and the
proposed MHP name meets the standards set forth in this Chapter. Single and doublewides are
permitted as long as it is permitted in the use district.
(3)
Phasing. Manufactured home parks may be developed in phases of at least three (3) spaces, except
where less than three (3) spaces remain to be developed on a tract.
(4)
Accessibility Requirements. A MHP shall be accessible by:
a. A minimum of 30 feet in public road frontage; or
b. A private right-of-way corridor (see Road Construction Standards) to the property measuring 30
feet in width at is narrowest point.
In no case shall a manufactured home space have direct access to a road outside the MHP except
through those roads indicated on the MHP Site Plan.
(5)
Road Construction Standards. Roads shall be the responsibility of the MHP applicant. Road
construction standards shall be determined by road classification as noted in Table 2.15.
TABLE 2.15. MANUFACTURED HOME PARK ROAD CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS
Requirements
Private Road Classification¹
MHP Private ROW
Corridor
MHP
Collector
MHP
Service
DRIVEWAY
Number of Spaces Served²
25+
1-24
25+
1-24
1-3
Maximum
Paved Surface
16
18
16
18
-
  
Grade %
Stone Surface
12
12
12
12
-
Minimum Road Width (ft.)
20
20
18
18
10
Shoulder (ft.)
4
4
4
4
-
Stone Base
(in.)
(ABC) Compacted³
8
6
8
6
6
Crushed Stone
4
-
-
-
-
3
Cut and Fill Slope
2:1
1.5:1
2:1
1.5:1
-
Ditch Slope
4:1
3:1
4:1
3:1
-
Vertical Clearance (ft.)
5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
-
1
Road Classification applicable within MHPs (MHP collector/service) shall not to be confused with Access
Management Road Classifications. For purposes of setbacks, access management road classifications shall
be used.
2
The number of spaces served shall be determined by the number of manufactured home spaces located on
the road or by a driveway connected to the road.
3
Aggregate Base Course, No. 7 stone.
4
On well-compacted sub-base.
5
Established to allow for the passage of emergency vehicles.
a.
Roads shall be constructed:
1. As internal roads;
2. Along the contour of the land (where possible);
3. Where the subgrade of a soil is capable of supporting the road above; 
4. Using suitable stone which is properly compacted; 
5. So that water will drain from the road surface into the side ditches; and
6. So that, where paved road sections meet stone-based road sections, such paved road
shall extend 50 feet from any point where the grade exceeds the maximum for a stone-
based road.
b.
Roads shall be provided with appropriate drainage facilities that shall be constructed:
1. In accordance with minimum State Road Standards;
2. With ditches which have sufficient depth and width to carry the expected volume of
stormwater runoff (ditches should utilize Best Management Practices for road swales
(such as turf matting and vegetation) to control erosion and sedimentation, and to filter
pollutants from stormwater runoff); and
3. So that, where culverts are required for streams or minor watercourses, such culvert
construction adheres to minimum State Road Standards.
c.
Roads which serve ten (10) or more spaces, where intersecting roadways to facilitate
emergency vehicles are not possible, shall be provided with a cul-de-sac or turnarounds that
shall be constructed:
1. With a minimum 35 foot radius; and 
2. Using the same material required on the road of which it is part.
(6)
Parking Requirements. Parking shall be:
a. Provided at a rate of two (2) parking spaces per manufactured home space;
b. In the form of off-street or apron parking; and
c. Constructed using a minimum of three (3) inches of crushed stone on a well-compacted sub
base, or six (6) inches of ABC compacted stone. Permeable paving or other paving
alternatives are encouraged.
(7)
Sewer and Water Service Provision Requirements. The approval and installation of all sewage disposal
system and water supply system improvements shall be in accordance with this Chapter. Water supply
systems and sewage disposal systems must be installed and/or operated to meet all local and state
statutes, ordinances and regulations and shall thereafter be certified by the Department of Public
Health. The following shall apply:
a. Water. Each manufactured/mobile home in an MHP shall be supplied water from either an
approved municipal water supply system or public water supply system. Individual water
wells shall not be permitted in an MHP. An MHP shall connect to a municipal water supply
  
system when the system is located within a distance equal to the product of 100 feet
multiplied by the number of spaces proposed for the MHP. If an MHP is located more than
5,000 feet from an existing municipal water supply system, such connection shall not be
required.
b. Sewage. Each manufactured/mobile home in an MHP shall be supplied with a hookup to a
septic tank, approved public or community sewage disposal system or municipal sewage
disposal system. An MHP shall connect to a municipal sewage disposal system when the
system is located within a distance equal to the product of 50 feet multiplied by the number of
spaces proposed for the park. If a park is located more than 2,500 feet from an existing
municipal sewage disposal system, such connection shall not be required.
c. Exceptions to Municipal Water and Sewage Disposal System Connection Requirements.
Exceptions may be allowed on the basis of terrain, availability or ease of acquiring easements,
denial of allocation by the public utility, insufficient capacity of the municipal system or other
circumstances that are unusual/unique to the site. Requests for exceptions must be made, in
writing, to the MHP Administrator who may ask that such requests be supported by a
professional engineer's review of the manufactured home park plans and planned route of the
utility extension. Where the MHP Administrator finds it would not be economically feasible
for an MHP to be connected to a municipal water supply system and/or municipal sewage
disposal system, other systems may be used, subject to approval by Environmental Health and
the appropriate state agencies.
(8)
Electrical System Requirements. The approval and installation of all electrical system improvements
shall be in accordance with this Chapter. Electrical systems shall be installed to meet all local and state
statutes, ordinances, regulations and applicable codes and shall thereafter be certified by the Building
Inspector. Each manufactured/mobile home space in an MHP shall be provided with its own separate
metered electrical service.
(9)
Solid Waste Collection System Requirements. The approval and installation of all solid waste
collection improvements shall be in accordance with this Chapter. Solid waste collection systems must
be installed and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations and shall
thereafter be certified by the Department of Public Health. Each MHP shall provide a suitable method
of solid waste disposal (in accordance with Chapter 95 of the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste)
and collection consisting of either private collection from individual manufactured/mobile homes or
the use of dumpsters. Where dumpsters are used, concrete pads shall be designed to drain to a bio-
retention area to filter stormwater before the water reaches a larger drainage system, and Screen Class
One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen
Classification).
(10) Fire Protection Requirements. Any MHP served by a public water supply system shall meet the
County’s requirements for fire hydrant installation (one (1) hydrant every 1000 feet with a six (6) inch
line) or applicable municipality’s requirements for fire hydrant installation. For any MHP without a
fire suppression rated water system, that either has or is adjacent to an adequate permanent surface
water supply (100,000 gallon storage in a 50 year drought), the applicant shall be required to install a
dry fire hydrant system, the type and location of which is to be determined by the County Fire Marshal.
An all-weather access road for fire-fighting equipment shall be provided by the applicant to this
permanent surface water supply. Where the MHP is neither served by a public water supply system nor
has/is adjacent to an adequate permanent surface water supply, such MHP shall be thoroughly
reviewed by the TRC and the applicant to determine alternative measures to ensure adequacy of fire
protection.
(11) Stormwater Drainage, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Requirements. See Article VIII (Natural
Resources) Subpart B (Water Quality) and Subpart E (Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control).
(12) Buffering. An MHP shall require a minimum of a B1 Buffer as detailed in §42-168 (Buffer
Determination). 
(13) Common Area Requirements. A common area shall be provided, that is equivalent to ten (10) percent
the total MHP area. Common area shall be accessible for the use and enjoyment of MHP occupants,
located as to be free of traffic hazards and maintained in good condition by the applicant.
  
(14) Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities Restrictions. Those facilities within the MHP shall be
for the sole purpose of serving the residents of the MHP and shall adhere to the development standards
established therefore.
(15) Operations. The MHP shall be permitted one (1) space for the placement of an office (located in a
structure originally constructed as a single-family dwelling (manufactured, modular or conventionally
built)) to conduct the business of operating the MHP. This office may also be located within one (1)
single-family dwelling (manufactured, modular or conventionally built) where it operates as a home
occupation and adheres to the standards outlined therefore (see SR 2.7. (Home Occupation, General))
(16) Density. The number of manufactured/mobile homes shall be based upon the standard residential
density of the corresponding overlay district, where one (1) dwelling unit shall correspond to one (1)
manufactured/mobile home.
(17) Manufactured Home Spaces. Manufactured home spaces shall be:
a. Sized so as to ensure that manufactured/mobile homes shall meet all setback and separation
requirements for a manufactured/mobile home to be placed on said space;
b. Prepared and graded so that there is a slope of no more than three (3) percent where the home is
to be placed;
c. Required to contain one (1) concrete pad (porous concrete is encouraged) or treated deck, a
minimum of 100 square feet, that shall be accessible at a door location of any
manufactured/mobile home placed thereon;
d. Required to contain a well-constructed set of steps, made of a material other than loosely
stacked brick or block, that shall be accessible at a door location of any manufactured/mobile
home placed thereon, and which may be a part of/connected to the required pad or deck;
e. Assigned a property address as approved by the Property Addressing Office;
f. Identifiable by a permanent number, visible from the road or drive, to identify the space; and
g. Clearly marked at all corners so that visual establishments of boundaries can be made during
inspection/approval processes.
(18) Manufactured Home Dwelling Age. The movement of pre-1976 manufactured homes (hereinafter
mobile homes”) into the County shall not be permitted. Pre-1976 mobile homes currently located
within the County may be installed, moved or relocated provided:
a. The mobile home is not currently located within an MHP;
b. Relocation shall only be to an approved manufactured home park; and
c. A permit has been issued by the Zoning Administrator authorizing such installation.
Where the mobile home is set up within a manufactured home park the mobile home may be sold but
cannot be relocated and installed elsewhere within the County.
(19) Percentage of Manufactured Home Park in Mobile Homes. No more than 25 percent of spaces in a new
MHP shall be occupied by mobile homes, as defined by this Chapter.
(20) Manufactured/Mobile Home Use. A manufactured/mobile home shall not be used as a storage unit, and
shall only be occupied as a dwelling (or office as permitted herein).
(21) Manufactured/Mobile Home Setup. Each manufactured/mobile home shall be installed, placed and
setup:
a. On an approved manufactured home space;
b. In accordance with the standards set by the North Carolina Department of Insurance Regulations
for manufactured/mobile homes;
c. So as to be separated from any other manufactured/mobile home a minimum of 20 feet short end
to short end, 30 feet short end to long end and/or 30 feet long end to long end;
d. So as to be setback (as required) from any adjacent roads
e. So as to be setback a minimum of 25 feet from any adjacent property;
f. With (at the time of placement) continuous underpinning, uniform in appearance in terms of its
type, color, size and age, unpierced except for openings required by the North Carolina State
Building Code or North Carolina Department of Insurance Regulations for ventilation,
utilities and access; and
g. With a property address number (as assigned by the Property Addressing Office) affixed so as to
be clearly visible from the internal road/driveway serving the manufactured home space (in
accordance with Chapter 41 of the Henderson County Code, Property Addressing).
(22)
Signage. Signs shall adhere to all standards outlined in Article VII of this Chapter. The applicant for
an MHP shall provide:
  
a. A minimum of one (1) community identification sign at each entrance, but no more than two (2)
entrances, a minimum of one (1) foot in height by three (3) feet in width;
b. Road name signs in accordance with Chapter 41 of the Henderson County Code, Property
Addressing; and
c. Governmental signs of a regulatory nature (including “stop” signs) in accordance with
applicable local and state policies.
(23)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 1.14. Nursing Home
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. Certificate of Need (in accordance with NCGS §131E-178)
required.
(4)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access (in accordance with 10A
NCAC 13F .0303).
(5)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public
Health). Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided
consistent with the requirements of §42-182(Screen Classification).
SR 1.15. Rooming and Boardinghouse
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Development Size Restrictions. The total number of bedrooms in a rooming and boardinghouse shall
not exceed 12. 
(4)
Structure. The rooming and boardinghouse shall contain:
a.
One (1) bathroom for every two (2) bedrooms;
b.
One (1) kitchen facility; and
c.
Not over 75 percent of the heated floor area in use for sleeping quarters.
(5)
Residential Character. The rooming and boardinghouse shall be located in a structure originally
constructed as and adhering to the standards of a single-family dwelling.
(6)
Operations. The rooming and boardinghouse shall be:
a.
The permanent residence of the owner or the manager of the business; and
b.
Permitted to contain home occupations and adhere to the additional standards outlined therefore
(see SR 2.7.-Home Occupation, General).
2. ACCESSORY USES
SR 2.1.  Childcare Facility (as an accessory use for a principal business) (A childcare facility as an
accessory use shall adhere to the standards outlined for childcare facility as a principal use (see SR 5.4 -
Childcare Facility).
(1)
Operations. A minimum of 60 percent of the children served by the facility shall be of a parent, legal
guardian or grandparent serving as an on-site owner/employee of the principal business.
SR 2.2.  Drive-Thru Window
(1)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. Two (2) per business, three (3) per restaurant and/or five (5) per
financial institution.
(2)
Structure Orientation. The drive-thru window, any communications equipment and menu signs shall be
located so as not to be seen from any adjacent residential zoning district property.
(3)
Stacking Lanes. Stacking lanes shall:
a.
Be a minimum of 100 feet in length (where window access is provided directly from a road of
low volume);
b.
Be distinctly marked (striping, pavement markings, parking islands, etc.); 
  
c.
Be separate from a passage lane (located to the outer edge of the stacking lane); and
d.
Not placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Passage Lanes. Passage lanes shall be provided to the outer edge of the stacking lane to ensure the
adequate flow of traffic on the site.
(5)
Landscaping Standards. Drive-thru windows, stacking lanes and circulation areas shall be treated as
components of on-site parking for the purposes of landscaping requirements.
SR 2.3.  Dumpster(s)
(1)
Associated Principal Use. Dumpsters are allowed as an accessory use to a non-residential or multi-
family residential use.
(2)
Operations. The use of dumpsters shall be installed and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes,
ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste).
(3)
Screening. Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the
requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification). 
(4)
Temporary Dumpsters. Temporary dumpsters may be used for single-family residential uses up to 12
months. A 12 month extension is permitted if construction is not complete. All other residential and
non-residential uses, including multi-family dwellings, may use temporary dumpsters for up to 24
months. A 12 month extension may be permitted if construction is not complete. Screening is not
required for temporary dumpsters.
SR 2.4.  Dwelling, Single-Family (as an accessory use for the principal business)
(1)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. One (1) per business.
(2)
Structure Requirements. The single-family dwelling shall be attached to or contained within the
principal building.
(3)
Open Space. The site shall provide an area of open space equivalent to the floor area of the single-
family dwelling, and located on the same lot as the principal use.
(4)
Locational Requirements. The residential unit shall not be located on the front of the principal
structure except where the structure is constructed in the manner of a principal business.
(5)
Operations. The single-family dwelling shall be occupied by the person engaged in the principal use
(owner/employee/agent and/or his/her family member(s)).
SR 2.5.  Fuel Pumps
(1)
Structure Requirements. Fuel pumps may be covered by a canopy which shall not exceed 25 feet in
height.
(2)
Separation Requirements. Fuel pumps shall not be placed within 100 feet of an existing dwelling unit
(located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use), school,
library, day care facility, healthcare facility, park, and/or religious institution.
(3)
Location of Drives. Driveways shall not be located closer than 50 feet to one another and no more than
two (2) on a single road.
SR 2.6.   Home Occupation, Adult Day Care. A home occupation adult day care shall adhere to standards for a
general home occupation.
(1)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. All adult day care homes shall be issued a certificate by the
Division of Aging.
(2)
Size of Operations. An adult day care home shall house a maximum of six (6) residents.
(3)
Structure Residential Character Requirements. An adult day care home shall be located in a structure
originally constructed as and adhering to the standards of a single-family dwelling.
(4)
Structure Requirements. An adult day care facility shall (in accordance with NCAC 10A 06R.0401-
.0701 and 06S.0301):
a.
Provide a minimum of 40 square feet of indoor space (excluding hallways, offices and
restrooms) for each participant;
b.
Provide a minimum of one (1) toilet for each 12 adults (participants and staff) in attendance at
the facility;
c.
Provide a minimum of one (1) hand lavatory for each two (2) toilets; and
  
d.
Be located in a one-story building (OR) be located in a two-story building provided neither
story is greater than 1,800 square feet.
SR 2.7.   Home Occupation, Childcare Facility. A home occupation (childcare) shall adhere to standards for a
general home occupation.
(1)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. All childcare facilities shall be licensed as required by NCGS
(2)
Development Size Restrictions. A childcare facility operated in a structure occupied by the
owner/operator shall serve a maximum of (in accordance with NCAC 10 09 .1304):
a.
Twelve (12) children when any preschool-aged children are in care; or
b.
Fifteen (15) children when only school-aged children are in care.
(3)
Structure Residential Character Requirements. The childcare home shall be located in a structure
originally constructed as and adhering to the standards of a single-family dwelling.
(4)
Structure Requirements. A childcare facility shall provide a minimum of:
a.
Twenty-five (25) square feet of indoor space (excluding closets, hallways, kitchens and
restrooms) for each child; and
b.
Seventy five (75) square feet of outdoor play area for each child, surrounded by a fence at
least four (4) feet in height.
SR 2.8.   Home Occupation, General
(1)
Site Plan. A home occupation shall require the submittal of a minor site plan only if the home
occupation requires the:
a.
Building of an accessory structure to house the occupation; 
b.
Building of outdoor play areas as required for in-home childcare facilities;
c.
Placement of additional parking; and/or
d.
Need for outdoor storage.
(2)
Development Size Restrictions. A home occupation shall either:
a.
Take up no more than 25 percent of the gross floor area of the principal dwelling; or 
b.
Be housed completely in one (1) accessory structure (with the exception of any outdoor
storage requirements).
(3)
Retention of Residential Character. A home occupation shall be: 
a.
Conducted entirely within the principal dwelling or one (1) accessory structure; and
b.
Clearly incidental and secondary to the use of the dwelling or structure for residential
purposes.
(4)
Operations. A home occupation shall: 
a.
Be conducted by a resident of the principal dwelling;
b.
Engage no more than two (2) on-site employees (other than those residing in the home) in the
occupation;
c.
Not incorporate on-premise retail sales as the primary function of the home occupation; and
d.
Not involve equipment or processes used that shall create noise, vibration, glare, fumes, odor
or electrical interference off the premises.
(5)
Parking. A home occupation generating any additional need for parking shall: 
a.
Meet any additional parking needs off-street (but not in the required front yard); and
b.
Be permitted a maximum of two (2) additional standard parking spaces and one (1)
handicapped parking space.
(6)
Outdoor Storage. A home occupation which requires outdoor storage shall:
a.
Identify the storage requirements at the time of permit application;
b.
Locate the storage in the rear yard (not in the front or side yard);
c.
Cover no more than 10 percent of the property on which the home occupation is located with
outdoor storage; and
d.
Adhere to any additional standards for outdoor storage.
SR 2.9.  Outdoor Storage 5,000 square feet or less
(1)
Locational Requirements. Storage areas shall not be placed in a front yard.
(2)
Screening. Screen Class One (1) or Two (2) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-
182 (Screen Classification).
  
SR 2.10.  Outdoor Storage greater than 5,000 square feet
(1)
Locational Requirements. Storage areas shall not be placed in a front yard.
(2)
Screening. Screen Class Three (3) or Four (4) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of
§42-182 (Screen Classification).
SR 2.11.   Rural Family Occupation
(1)
Site Plan. A rural family occupation shall require the submittal of a minor site plan where the rural
family occupation requires:
a.
The building of an accessory structure(s) to house the occupation; 
b.
The placement of additional parking; and/or
c.
The need for outdoor storage.
(2)
Development Size Restrictions. A rural family occupation shall be housed completely in no more than
two (2) accessory structures. The total floor area of all structures occupied by the rural family
occupation shall not exceed 5,000 square feet.
(3)
Retention of Residential Character. A rural family occupation shall be incidental and secondary to the
use of the property for residential and agricultural purposes.
(4)
Operations. A rural family occupation shall: 
a.
Be conducted by a resident of the principal dwelling;
b.
Engage no more than ten (10) on-site employees (other than those residing in the home) in the
occupation; and
c.
Not involve equipment or processes used that shall create noise, vibration, glare, fumes, odor
or electrical interference off premises.
(5)
Parking. A rural family occupation generating any additional need for parking shall be permitted a
maximum of ten (10) additional standard parking spaces and two (2) handicapped parking spaces.
(6)
Outdoor Storage. A rural family occupation which requires outdoor storage shall:
a.
Identify the storage requirements at the time of permit application;
b.
Cover no more than the lesser of ten (10) percent of the property or 10,000 square feet, with
outdoor storage; and
c.
Adhere to any additional standards for outdoor storage.
SR 2.12.  Solar Panels
(1)
Location. Panels:
a.
May be placed on the roof of a residential, commercial or industrial structure;
b.
Shall be placed on the lot on which a structure is located;
c.
Shall be designed to produce no more than 150 percent of the onsite use’s energy
consumption.
3. ACCESSORY STRUCTURES
SR 3.1.   Airport (Private Accessory). (See SR 9.1 - Airport (Private).
SR 3.2.   Automatic Teller Machine
(1)
Setbacks. An automatic teller machine shall be permitted in the front yard setback; however, no
automatic teller machine shall be permitted closer than 20 feet to any residential zoning district
property.
(2)
Additional Height Restrictions. No freestanding automatic teller machine shall have a structure height
which exceeds 15 feet.
(3)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be provided for automatic teller machines during all hours of
operation.
SR 3.3.   Boathouse, Private
(1)
Water Dependent Structure Standards. Water dependent structures may extend over the water for
a distance of no more than forty (40) feet from the shore as measured from mean sea level
elevation (for rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes). In no event shall a water dependent
  
structure, when located in a cove or river, extend more than one-third (1/3) the width of the cove
or river measured from the shore (as measured from mean sea level elevation (for rivers) and full
pond elevation (for lakes)) at the point of the proposed construction to the nearest point on the
opposite shore. The water dependent structure shall extend into the water so as to remain confined
within a projection of side lot lines of the lot on which the structure is accessed. Where there is
conflict between this and Article VIII (Natural Resources), Subpart A (Flood Damage Prevention),
the most restrictive standards shall apply.
(2)
Waterway Restriction. Boathouses shall be permitted only on waterways which are navigable for
recreational boats/watercraft.
(3)
Structure Requirements. No private boathouse shall have more than one (1) enclosed level above
the boat storage area, and the enclosed level shall be no greater than the boat storage below (open
decks, docs and stairways shall not be counted for this purpose). 
(4)
Additional Height Restrictions. No private boathouse shall have a height which exceeds 25 feet
measured from mean sea level (for rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes). 
SR 3.4.   Bulkhead
(1)
Water Dependent Structure Standards. Water dependent structures may extend over the water for a
distance of no more than forty (40) feet from the shore as measured from mean sea level elevation (for
rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes). In no event shall a water dependent structure, when located
in a cove or river, extend more than one-third (1/3) the width of the cove or river measured from the
shore (as measured from mean sea level elevation (for rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes)) at the
point of the proposed construction to the nearest point on the opposite shore. The water dependent
structure shall extend into the water so as to remain confined within a projection of side lot lines of the
lot on which the structure is accessed. Where there is conflict between this and Article VIII (Natural
Resources), Subpart A (Flood Damage Prevention), the most restrictive standards shall apply.
(2)
Waterway Restriction. Bulkheads shall be permitted on all waterways.
SR 3.5.   Dock/Pier
(1)
Water Dependent Structure Standards. Water dependent structures may extend over the water for a
distance of no more than forty (40) feet from the shore as measured from mean sea level elevation (for
rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes). In no event shall a water dependent structure, when located
in a cove or river, extend more than one-third (1/3) the width of the cove or river measured from the
shore (as measured from mean sea level elevation (for rivers) and full pond elevation (for lakes)) at the
point of the proposed construction to the nearest point on the opposite shore. The water dependent
structure shall extend into the water so as to remain confined within a projection of side lot lines of the
lot on which the structure is accessed. Where there is conflict between this and Article VIII (Natural
Resources), Subpart A (Flood Damage Prevention), the most restrictive standards shall apply.
(2)
Waterway Restriction. Docks and piers shall be permitted on all waterways.
(3)
Structure Requirements. Where a dock is connected to a boathouse the dock will be considered as the
one (1) permitted dock per lot.
SR 3.6.   Dwelling, Accessory Residential
(1)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. No more than one (1) accessory dwelling shall be permitted on
a single deeded lot in conjunction with the principal dwelling unit.
(2)
Structure Requirements. 
a.
An accessory dwelling may be attached, within, or separate from the principal dwelling.
b.
The principal use of the lot shall be a detached or attached dwelling, built to the standard of
the Henderson County Housing Code. Manufactured homes are permitted as accessory
dwellings where such are permitted as a principal use in the general use zoning district.
Mobile homes, park model homes and recreational vehicles shall not be used as accessory
dwellings.
(3)
Size. A detached accessory dwelling shall be housed in a building not exceeding 50 percent of the
gross floor area of the principal dwelling or 1,200 square feet, whichever is greater; the structure may
be a dwelling only or may combine a dwelling with a garage, workshop, studio or similar use.
  
(4)
Accessibility. The accessory dwelling shall not be served by a driveway separate from that serving the
principal dwelling unless the accessory dwelling is accessed from a rear alley or side road and the
principal dwelling is accessed from a road.
(5)
Location. A detached accessory dwelling shall be located in the established rear yard and shall meet
the standards for the applicable building and lot type.
SR 3.7.  Gate and/or Guardhouse
(1)
Operations. Gates and/or guardhouses shall be for the purpose of serving residents/occupants and
visitors to a private property, complex, development, manufactured home park or subdivision.
(2)
Accessibility. The developer and homeowners’ association shall:
a.
Provide unfettered access to all private roads by emergency and law enforcement vehicles.
Access procedures must ensure immediate access through the entry gates for emergency and
law enforcement vehicles responding to emergencies without need of special keys or codes.
This may be done by access control device approved by the County. As an alternative the
developer or homeowners association may provide a person to provide immediate access to
emergency service personnel on a 24 hour basis. The developer and homeowner’s association
shall provide and annually update documentation necessary to provide this access to the
Henderson County Fire Marshal and Sheriff’s Department that proposed entry gates and
access procedures meet all County standards for access by emergency and law enforcement
vehicles. If the homeowner’s association fails to maintain reliable access for the provision of
emergency or other public services, the County may enter the gated residential development
and open, disable or remove any gate or device, which is a barrier to access, at the sole
expense of the homeowners’ association. The declaration of covenants, conditions and
restrictions and any other relevant documents of the homeowners’ association shall include a
statement to this effect.
b.
Reasonably guarantee access to all private roads by Henderson County and State of North
Carolina employees operating within the scope of their official duties to perform zoning,
inspections and other governmental regulatory activities, and to all public utility companies to
perform installation and maintenance activities of public utility infrastructure. A statement to
this effect shall be filed with the Henderson County Sheriff’s Department and appear on the
final plat of all new development.
(3)
Structure. Gates and/or guardhouses shall:
a.
Be setback sufficiently far from public road access to allow for the stacking of at least three
(3) vehicles out of the public travel lanes on the public road;
b.
Have an additional setback between the point of the access control device and the entry gate
to allow a vehicle which is denied access to safely turn around and exit onto a public road;
c.
Be provided adequate setbacks and proper alignment of approach and departure areas on both
sides of a gated entrance to allow free and unimpeded passage of emergency vehicles through
the entrance area;
d.
Have sufficient minimum gate widths and openings to allow safe passage of all vehicles;
e.
Where the gate crosses a travel way which permits:
1.
Two-way travel, such gate shall open so as to provide a minimum width of 18 feet of
passage; or
2.
One-way travel, such gate shall open so as to provide a minimum width of 12 feet of
passage; and
f.
Provide a minimum thirteen feet six inches (13.5 feet) vertical clearance at its lowest point.
SR 3.8.   Greenhouse
(1)
Best management practices for managing irrigation runoff are encouraged. The nutrient level in
stormwater runoff should be no higher than pre-development levels.
SR 3.9.   Heliport (Private Accessory).
(1)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting Requirements. Private accessory heliports must be constructed
in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration regulations and provide proof of approval.
SR 3.10.  Outdoor Sale Display Areas
  
(1)
Display Area Restrictions. Display areas shall not:
a.
Be located in the sight visibility triangle;
b.
Be located on sidewalks or parking areas; and
c.
Exceed 25 feet in height.
SR 3.11.  Parking Garages. (See SR 7.12 -Parking Garage or Lot).
SR 3.12.   Planned Seasonal Agricultural Worker Development
(1)
Principal Structure/Use Requirement. A planned seasonal agricultural worker development shall be
permitted only on property in recognized agricultural use with a minimum of ten (10) acres in such
use.
(2)
Development Size Restrictions. No more than one (1) accessory residential dwelling may be sited for
each ten (10) acres in agricultural use or two-and-one-half (2 ½) acres in greenhouse use. Accessory
residential dwellings must be set back from property lines and roads as follows: three (3) to 10 units
(100 foot setback); 11 to 15 units (150 foot setback). Accessory residential dwellings in a planned
seasonal agricultural worker development shall be for the express purpose of housing seasonal
workers performing seasonal agricultural work on the property of the farm/orchard.
(3)
Structure Requirements. A planned seasonal agricultural worker development shall consist of
accessory residential dwellings and shall adhere to the standards therefore (excluding the maximum
number permitted per lot; the restrictions in this subsection shall apply with regard to maximum
number permitted (see (4) Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot). 
(4)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. Fifteen (15).
SR 3.13.   Produce Stand, Accessory
(1)
Setbacks. Produce stands may be established in the front yard setback, but shall be placed outside the
right-of-way.
SR 3.14.  Storage Shed
(1)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. Three (3) on a lot in a residential zoning district. No maximum
is established on a lot in a nonresidential zoning district.
(2)
Structure Requirements. A storage shed may be attached to, or separate from,  the principal structure.
(3)
Size. A detached storage shed shall not exceed 25 percent of the heated floor area of the principal
structure.
SR 3.15.  Wastewater Treatment Plant, Small Accessory
(1)
Security. The operations of a package wastewater treatment plant shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked.
(2)
Screening. Screen Class Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182
(Screen Classification).
SR 3.16. Wind Mill/Turbine, Accessory < 40 ft height
(1)
Principal Structure/Use Requirement. Accessory wind mills/turbines shall only be permitted in
conjunction with a principal residential dwelling unit or business.
(2)
Height. Wind turbine height shall be no more than 40 feet.
(3)
Rotor Blades. Rotor blades shall not exceed eight (8) feet in radius measured from the center of the
support structure and shall maintain a minimum ground clearance of ten (10) feet. Wind turbines
proposing a rotor blade exceeding eight (8) feet in radius shall require a special use permit and shall
also meet the requirements for SR 3.17.
(4)
Setback. The base of the wind turbine shall be at least ten (10) feet from surrounding property lines
and setback a distance equivalent to 110 percent of the height of the wind turbine at its highest point
from the property line.
(5)
Color. Wind turbines must be a color that is consistent with existing development or natural conditions.
  
(6)
Compliance with FAA Regulations. Wind turbines must comply with applicable FAA regulations,
including any necessary approvals for installation
close to airports. Evidence of compliance or non-
applicability shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator.
(7)
Compliance with FCC Regulations. Wind turbines must comply with applicable FCC regulations.
Evidence of compliance or non-applicability shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator.
(8)
Structure Requirements. Wind turbines shall require a building permit to insure that the foundation is
designed and constructed with a concrete foundation per the manufacturing requirements. Sealed
engineering drawings shall be required prior to the issuance of a building permit. These standards shall
not preempt the State Building Code standards or requirements to insure structural stability.
(9)
Survival Wind Speed. Wind turbines shall be designed to withstand wind speeds as required by the
State Building Code.
SR 3.17.   Wind Mill/Turbine, Accessory > 40 ft height
(1)
Principal Structure/Use Requirement. Accessory wind mills/turbines shall only be permitted in
conjunction with a principal residential dwelling unit or business.
(2)
Height. Wind turbine height shall be no more than 40 feet above any obstruction (structure, tree, etc.
(excluding communication towers)) within a 200 foot radius of the base of the wind turbine. In no case
shall the height exceed 100 feet.
(3)
Rotor Blades. Rotor blades shall maintain a minimum ground clearance of ten (10) feet.
(4)
Setback. The base of the wind turbine shall be at least ten (10) feet from surrounding property lines
and setback a distance equivalent to 110 percent of the height of the wind turbine at its highest point
from the property line.
(5)
Color. Wind turbines must be a color that is consistent with existing development or natural conditions.
(6)
Compliance with FAA Regulations. Wind turbines must comply with applicable FAA regulations,
including any necessary approvals for installation close to airports. Evidence of compliance or non-
applicability shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator.
(7)
Compliance with FCC Regulations. Wind turbines must comply with applicable FCC regulations.
Evidence of compliance or non-applicability shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator.
(8)
Structure Requirements. Wind turbines shall require a building permit to insure that the foundation is
designed and constructed with a concrete foundation per the manufacturing requirements. Sealed
engineering drawings shall be required prior to the issuance of a building permit. These standards shall
not preempt the State Building Code standards or requirements to insure structural stability.
(9)
Survival Wind Speed. Wind turbines shall be designed to withstand wind speeds as required by the
State Building Code.
(10) Other Considerations. In addition to the standard review for special use permits, the Zoning Board of
Adjustment shall consider noise and appearance criteria as factors when reviewing special use permit
applications for wind turbines.
4. RECREATIONAL USES
SR 4.1.   Amusement Park
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet (equipment, machinery and/or mechanical devices shall not
be placed within 200 feet of an existing dwelling unit and/or residential zoning district).
(4)
Security. The operations of an amusement park shall be totally enclosed by a security fence or wall at
least eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating
hours.
(5)
Hours of Operation. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight.
SR 4.2.   Camp
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
  
(3)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(4)
Operations. The camp may contain structures ancillary to the use.
(5)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public Health).
Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent
with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
(6)
Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities. Those facilities within the camp shall be for the sole
purpose of serving the overnight guests in the camp, and shall adhere to the development standards
established therefore in SR 4.6 (Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities).
SR 4.3. Campground
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Size. No campground located on/adjacent to a residential zoning district shall contain more than 200
campsites. Individual campsites shall be a minimum of 500 square feet.
(4)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(5)
Common Area. A common area shall be provided, that is equivalent in square footage to 25 percent
the total square footage in: campsites, structures on site, parking areas and driveways. Common area
shall be accessible for the use and enjoyment of campground occupants, located as to be free of traffic
hazards and maintained in good condition by the applicant.
(6)
Operations. The campground:
a.
May contain structures ancillary to the use; and
b.
Shall be permitted one (1) store, exclusively for the sale of incidental gifts and foodstuffs.
(7)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public Health).
Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent
with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
(8)
Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities. Those facilities within the campground shall be for
the sole purpose of serving the overnight guests in the campground, and shall adhere to the
development standards established therefore in SR 4.6 (Common Area Recreation and Service
Facilities).
SR 4.4.   Coin Operated Amusements
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 4.5.  Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Structure. Where the common area recreation facility is a swimming pool, spa or hot tub, it shall
be protected by a fence or equal enclosure, a minimum of four (4) feet in height, and shall have
controlled access.
(3)
Operations. Common area service facilities shall be for the purpose of serving residents and
visitors within the complex, development, manufactured home park or subdivision, and shall not
be considered a commercial operation for use by those outside of the complex, development,
manufactured home park or subdivision.
SR 4.6.  Golf Course and/or Country Club
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 4.7.  Governmental Recreational Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
  
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Perimeter Setback. All buildings shall be 100 feet from a residential zoning district property.
(4)
Structure. For activities which present potential safety hazards (batting cages, baseball fields, driving
tees, etc.) fencing, netting or other control measures shall be required.
(5)
Operations. A recreational facility may contain on-site food sales for patrons of the recreational facility
only, provided they obtain all necessary permits.
(6)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 165
of the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public
Health). Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided
consistent with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
(7)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems shall not be operated before
8:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight.
SR 4.8.  Marina
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 4.9.  Miniature Golf Course & Driving Tees/Range (operated for commercial purposes)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Structure. Fencing, netting or other control measures shall be placed around the perimeter of any
driving range area for safety purposes.
(3)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
SR 4.10.  Motor Sports Facilities, Major
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A major motor sports facility shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One and one-half (1 ½) miles of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and
not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Size. A major motor sports facility shall have seating or standing capacity of 500 or more
patrons/spectators. Standing capacity shall be computed based on three (3) persons for each 200 square
feet of space intended for spectator use.
(6)
Security. The operations of a major motor sports facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security
fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof
building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(7)
Perimeter Setback. Three hundred (300) feet.
(8)
Perimeter Buffer. On hundred fifty (150) feet.
(9)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems shall not be operated before
6:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight.
(10) Racing Events.
a.
Length of Event. An event shall be held for no more than:
1.
Three (3) consecutive days; 
2.
Five (5) days in a calendar week; and
3.
Six (6) hours in a day (falling within the permitted hours of operation).
b.
Emergency Preparedness. Employees specifically trained for fire and medical response must be located
on-site during all hours of operation.
(11) Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on-
site.
  
(12) Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight.
SR 4.11.   Motor Sports Facilities, Minor
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A minor motor sports facility shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One (1) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Lot Size. No more than 50 acres.
(6)
Size. A minor motor sports facility shall have a seating or standing capacity of less than 500
patrons/spectators and will not be considered a recreational motor sports facility. Standing capacity
shall be computed based on three (3) persons for each 200 square feet of space intended for spectator
use.
(7)
Security. The operations of a motor sports facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at
least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building.
Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(8)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred fifty (150) feet.
(9)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speakers systems shall not be operated before
8:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight.
(10) Number of Tracks Restrictions. A minor motor sports facility shall have no more than three (3) tracks.
(11) Racing Events. A racing event shall be limited in accordance with the following:
a.
Length of Event. An event shall be held for no more than:
1.
Three (3) consecutive days; 
2.
Three (3) days in a calendar week; and
3.
Six (6) hours in a day (falling within the permitted hours of operation).
b.
Emergency Preparedness. Employees specifically trained for fire and medical response must
be located on-site during all hours of operation.
(12) Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on-
site.
(13) Hours of Operation. 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight.
SR 4.12. Motor Sports Facilities, Recreational
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. A recreational motor sports facility shall not be constructed or newly located within 500
feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same
property as the use).
(4)
Size. A recreational motor sports facility shall have a capacity of less than 100 spectators and/or
riders. 
(5)
Security. The operations of a recreational motor sports facility shall be totally enclosed by a security
fence or wall at least eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during
non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(7)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems are prohibited. 
(8)
Screening. Screen Class One (1) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen
Classification)).
  
(9)
Number of Tracks Restrictions. A recreational motor sports facility shall contain only one (1) racing
track utilizing non-paved surfaces.
(10) Racing Events. A racing event shall be limited in accordance with the following:
a.
Number per Calendar Year. Five (5) or fewer.
b.
Length of Event. An event shall be held for no more than:
1.
Three (3) consecutive days; 
2.
Three (3) days in a calendar week; and
3.
Six (6) hours in a day (falling within the permitted hours of operation).
c.
Number of Contestants. Each event may include no more than 20 total contestants; with no more
than 10 contestants allowed on the track at a given time.
d.
Emergency Preparedness. Employees specifically trained for fire and medical response must be
located on-site during all hours of operation.
(11) Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(12) Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on-
site.
(13) Hours of Operation. 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
SR 4.13. Park
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 4.14. Recreational Facilities (Indoor /Outdoor) A recreational facility that is outdoors and /or indoors and
which may include: public or private operations, playing fields (soccer, baseball, etc.), courts (basketball,
tennis, etc.) swimming pools, batting cages, shuffleboard areas, bowling alley, skating rink, bingo games,
miniature race tracks (remote control only) and /or others such uses that fit the intent of this Chapter as
determined by the Zoning Administrator. A recreational facility shall, for purpose of this Chapter, not include
go-cart tracks (a recreational motor sports facility), golf courses, miniature golf courses, driving tees or driving
ranges.
(1)  Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)  Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access 
       including, but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade.         
      
       Lighting mitigation required.
(3)  Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet (equipment, machinery and /or mechanical devices 
      
       shall not be placed within 200 feet of a residential zoning district. All structures shall be 100 
 
      
       feet from a residential zoning district property).
(4)  Structure. For activities which present potential safety hazards (betting cages, baseball fields, 
 
      
       driving tees, etc.) fencing, netting or other control measures shall be required.
(5)  Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal 
  
      
       and collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of 
 
      
       dumpsters (installed and /or operated to meet all local and state states, ordinances and 
      
       regulation (including Chapter 95 of the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter 
 
      
       certified by the Department of Public Health). Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One 
 
      
       (1), Two (2), or Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182 
 
      
       (Screen Classification).
(6) Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems shall not be operated 
     
      before 8:00 a.m. or 12:00 midnight.
(7)  Hours of Operation. For outdoor uses, 6:00a.m. till 12:00 midnight.
SR 4.15. Recreational Vehicle Park
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
  
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(4)
Recreational Vehicle Spaces. Recreational vehicle spaces shall be a minimum of 2,000 square feet and
shall have dimensions no less than 40 feet by 50 feet. A recreational vehicle space may contain up to
four (4) campsites for tent set-up. No recreational vehicle space is permitted in the 100-year
floodplain.
(5)
Common Area. A common area shall be provided, that is equivalent in square footage to 25 percent
the total square footage in: recreational vehicle/park model home spaces, structures on site, parking
areas and driveways. Common area shall be accessible for the use and enjoyment of recreational
vehicle park occupants, located as to be free of traffic hazards and maintained in good condition by the
applicant.
(6)
Operations. The recreational vehicle park:
a.
Shall provide rental spaces:
1.
For the location of recreational vehicles, park model homes and/or tent set-up,
2.
Which may contain an open or covered porch not exceeding 15 feet in height and not to
exceed 400 square feet in area, and
3.
Which have no point of direct access not indicated on the site plan;
b.
May contain structures ancillary to the use; 
c.
Shall be permitted one (1) store, exclusively for the sale of incidental gifts and foodstuffs; and
d.
Shall provide, at the time of application, an evacuation plan for a natural disaster event.
(7)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public Health).
Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent
with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
(8)
Sewage System. Recreational vehicle/park model home spaces shall not be provided individual
hookups to a septic tank, approved public or community sewage disposal system or municipal sewage
disposal system; instead, a central dump station shall be provided for the use of all occupants. A
recreational vehicle park shall connect to a municipal sewage disposal system when the system is
located within a distance equal to the product of 50 feet multiplied by the number of spaces proposed
for the recreational vehicle park. If a park is located more than 2,500 feet from an existing municipal
sewage disposal system, such connection shall not be required.
(9)
Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities. Those facilities within the recreational vehicle park
shall be for the sole purpose of serving the overnight guests in the park, and shall adhere to the
development standards established in SR 4.6 (Common Area Recreation and Service Facilities).
SR 4.16. Riding Stables
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
SR 4.17. Shooting Ranges, Indoor
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Structure. Indoor shooting ranges shall be designed to contain all projectiles fired within portions of
the structure specifically designated for firearm discharge.
SR 4.18. Shooting Ranges, Outdoor
  
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. An outdoor shooting range shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or religious
institution; and
b.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not
located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of an outdoor shooting range shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence
at least eight (8) feet in height; or (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should
be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Two hundred (200) feet. (Storage of debris, equipment and other materials shall not
be permitted in the perimeter setback).
(7)
Perimeter Buffer. Fifty (50) feet.
(8)
Structure. Outdoor shooting ranges must be designed to contain all projectiles fired on-site.
(9)
Hours of Operation. 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
5. EDUCATIONAL AND INSTITUTIONAL USES
SR 5.1. Adult Day Care Facility
(1)
Site Plan. Site Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. Certified by the Department of Health and Human Services (in
accordance with NCGS §131D-6).
(4)
Structure. An adult day care facility shall (in accordance with NCAC 10A 06R.0401-.0701 and
06S.0301):
a.
Provide a minimum of 40 square feet of indoor space (excluding hallways, offices and
restrooms) for each participant;
b.
Provide a minimum of one (1) toilet for each 12 adults (participants and staff) in attendance at
the facility;
c.
Provide a minimum of one (1) hand lavatory for each two (2) toilets; and
d.
Be located in a one (1) story building (OR) be located in a two (2) story building provided
neither story is greater than 1,800 square feet.
SR 5.2. Ambulance Services
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access.
(4)
Operations. No drills are to be held before 8:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight. No ambulances or other
emergency vehicles are to be permanently stored outdoors.
SR 5.3. Cemetery, Family
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Plot Setback. Plots shall be: 
       a.     Twenty (20) feet from any property line.
  
b.     One hundred (100) feet from any structure.
c.     One hundred (100) feet from an existing well.
d.     One hundred (100) feet from the high-water mark of any spring, stream, lake, 
        
reservoir or other know source of water.  Family cemeteries shall not be located in a          special
flood hazard area.
(3)
Security. The family cemetery shall be enclosed by a fence or wall at least four (4) feet in height
constructed of metal, masonry or stone.
(4)
Private/Public Easement. A minimum twenty (20) foot private or public easement shall be recorded to
provide access to a family cemetery.
(5)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting.  A family cemetery shall comply with all applicable local,
state and federal environmental and public health laws (including the requirements of N.C.G.S. 65-
(6)
Plat.  A family cemetery shall be recorded on a plat in the Register of Deeds office.
(7)
Marker. Each container of human remains shall be buried beneath the surface of the ground and shall
be indicated by a permanent visible marker or monument.  The marker or monument should be made
of granite or bronze, mounted on at least a four inch concrete base and have a minimum dimension of
one (1) foot wide by two (2) feet tall and be four (4) inches thick.  The marker should be placed as
soon as practicable after the remains are interred and shall bear the name, year of birth and year of
death of the deceased.
(8)
Responsibility. The owner of any property which contains all or part of a family cemetery is
responsible for maintaining the family cemetery in compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
SR 5.4. Cemetery/Mausoleum/Columbarium (excluding Crematoriums)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Plot Setback. Plots shall be 20 feet from any property line.
(3)
Parking/Drive. No parking or drive shall be located closer than 20 feet to a residential zoning district.
SR 5.5. Childcare Facility
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. All childcare facilities shall be licensed by the appropriate
agency (in accordance with NCGS §110-91).
(4)
Structure. A childcare facility shall provide a minimum of (in accordance with NCGS §110-
a.
Twenty-five (25) square feet of indoor space (excluding closets, hallways, kitchens and
restrooms) for each child; and
b.
Seventy five (75) square feet of outdoor play area for each child, surrounded by a fence at
least four (4) feet in height.
SR 5.6. Club/Lodge
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Operations. A club/lodge may operate bars and restaurants for its members provided it obtains all
necessary permits.
(3)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(4)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems shall not be operated
before 8:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight at any club/lodge located on/adjacent to a residential
zoning district.
SR 5.7. College or University
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
  
SR 5.8. Community Club
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 5.9. Correctional Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A correctional facility shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a correctional facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at
least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building.
Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
SR 5.10. Fire and Rescue Station
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access.
(4)
Operations. No drills are to be held before 8:00 a.m. or after 10:00 p.m. on an existing residential
zoning district. No fire trucks or other emergency vehicles are to be permanently stored outdoors.
SR 5.11. Funeral Home or Crematorium
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 5.12. Government Offices
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 5.13. Homeless Shelter
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Location. No new homeless shelter shall be located within a one-half (½) mile radius of an existing
homeless shelter or family care home.
(4)
Structure. A homeless shelter shall provide a minimum of 50 square feet of indoor space (excluding
closets, hallways, kitchens and restrooms) for each individual to be sheltered.
  
(5)
Operations. The owner/operator of the shelter shall provide continuous, on-site supervision by
him/herself, employee(s) and/or volunteer(s) during the hours of operation.
SR 5.14. Hospital
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 5.15. Museum, Library/Archive
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
SR 5.16. Place of Assembly, Large
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Structure. A structure shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of 500 persons.
(4)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
SR 5.17. Place of Assembly, Small
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Structure. A structure shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of 40 and a maximum of 499
persons.
(4)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
SR 5.18. Police Station
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access.
(4)
Operations. No drills are to be held before 6:00 a.m. or after 10:00 p.m.
SR 5.19. Religious Institution
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Operations. A religious institution shall be permitted accessory uses provided the requested accessory
use is permitted as a principal/accessory use in the district in which the religious institution is located.
SR 5.20. School (Public/Private/Charter)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Operations. A school shall be permitted accessory uses provided the requested accessory use is
permitted as a principal/accessory use in the district in which the school is located. Additional signage
shall not be permitted for the accessory use.
(4)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speaker systems shall not be operated before
7:00 a.m. or after 12:00 midnight when on/adjacent to a residential zoning district.
SR 5.21. Youth Center
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
  
6. BUSINESS, PROFESSIONAL, AND PERSONAL USES
SR 6.1. Animal Shelter
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Animal Control. An animal shelter shall adhere to the standards outlined for such in Chapter 16 of the
Henderson County Code, Animal Control Ordinance.
SR 6.2. Automobile and Equipment Service (Including all car service related uses with bays)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. An automobile and equipment service shall not be constructed or newly located within 50
feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same
property as the use), school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility, park, and/or religious
institution.
(4)
Operations. Auto inspection stations and tire recapping shall be permitted as accessory uses provided
each is conducted within an enclosed structure and that neither is the principal business.
SR 6.3. Automotive Towing
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Security. The operations of an automotive towing use shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence
at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building.
Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(4)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(5)
Outdoor Storage. Storage of more than four (4) vehicles on site for a period greater than 24 hours
constitutes an outdoor storage (see SR 2.8 and SR 2.9 - Outdoor Storage).
SR 6.4. Broadcasting and Communications Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 6.5. Car Wash (Automatic and Self Service)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Structure. All associated lanes and driveways shall be covered with an all-weather surface. 
(4)
Parking/Drive. Parking areas/stacking facilities shall be designed to ensure parked/waiting vehicles do
not block sidewalks, driveways or roads.
  
(5)
On-Site Drainage System. Provisions shall be made for an on-site drainage system to capture water
used to wash vehicles. The drainage plan shall be evaluated by the Zoning Administrator to determine
that the water from the facility will not have a detrimental effect on adjacent property, roads and/or
surface waters.
(6)
Operations. Storage or repair of vehicles shall not be permitted within the car washing facility.
(7)
Screening. Screen Class Two (2) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182 -
Screen Classification).
SR 6.6. Exterminating and Pest Control Services
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 6.7. Kennel (A kennel shall adhere to the standards outlined for such in Chapter 16 of the Henderson
County Code, Animal Control Ordinance.)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. A kennel shall not be constructed or newly located within 200 feet of an existing dwelling
unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Structure. The kennel shall provide pens which are enclosed and adequately ventilated.
(5)
Operations. Limited outdoor exercise runs/facilities shall be permitted, however, hours of use shall be
restricted to from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Food and animal refuse shall be kept in airtight containers. 
(6)
Screening. Screen Class Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182
(Screen Classification)).
(7)
Solid Waste Collection. The facility shall provide a suitable method of solid waste disposal and
collection consisting of either private collection from individual uses or the use of dumpsters (installed
and/or operated to meet all local and state statutes, ordinances and regulations (including Chapter 95 of
the Henderson County Code, Solid Waste) and thereafter certified by the Department of Public Health).
Where dumpsters are used, Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent
with the requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification)).
SR 6.8. Motel/Hotel
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Lot Size. One or more acres.
SR 6.9. Office: Business, Professional and Public
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 6.10. School (Technical, Trade and Business)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
  
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. Mechanical equipment shall not be placed within 300 feet of an existing dwelling unit
(located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Outdoor Training Facilities. A school which contains an outdoor training facility shall place such
facility in the side or rear yard.
SR 6.11. Theatre, Drive-In
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Operations. A drive-in theatre may contain on-site food sales for patrons of the drive-in theatre only,
provided they obtain all necessary permits. The property may be used for other permitted uses of the
zoning district through the special use permit process.
(5)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(6)
Public Address/Loud Speakers. Public address and loud speakers systems shall not be permitted.
(7)
Hours of Operation. 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m.
SR 6.12. Urgent Care Clinic
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Accessibility. Roads shall be maintained for motor/emergency vehicle access. Points of ingress/egress
shall be designed so as to allow for ease of entrance/exit for emergency vehicles in relation to the
surrounding development, roadways and traffic patterns.
7. RETAIL TRADE
SR 7.1. Adult Book and Retail Merchandise Store
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Separation. An adult book and/or retail merchandise store shall not be constructed or newly located
within 1,000 feet (measurements from the property line of the proposed store to the property line of the
district/use) of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the
same property as the use), residential zoning district, school, library, day care facility, park, religious
institution (including accessory uses not located on the same lot, but contiguous to the principal place
of worship) and/or another adult establishment (stores or entertainment) in straight-line distance. 
(4)
Structure Requirements. The principal or any accessory structure to the principal business shall not
contain any sleeping quarters. Where viewing booths are provided such are to be designed as to allow
  
the person or occupants to be completely visible from a portion of the premise open and available to
the public.
(5)
Operations. No person shall be employed nor be allowed on premise if they are less than 18 years of
age.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Thirty (30) feet.
SR 7.2. Adult Theatres and Live Entertainment
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including,
but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting
mitigation required.
(3)
Separation. An adult theatre and/or live entertainment venue shall not be constructed or newly
located within (measurements from the property line of the proposed theatre/venue to the property
line of the district or use):
a.
Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet of an existing school, library, day care facility, park and/or
religious institution (including accessory uses not located on the same lot, but contiguous to
the principal place of worship); and 
b.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use), residential zoning district and/or another
adult establishment (stores and entertainment) in straight-line distance.
(4)
Structure Requirements. The principal or any accessory structure to the principal business shall
not contain any sleeping quarters. Where viewing booths are provided such are to be designed as
to allow the person or occupants to be completely visible from a portion of the premise open and
available to the public.
(5)
Operations. No person shall be employed nor be allowed on premise if they are less than 18 years
of age.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(7)
Hours of Operation. 12:00 noon to 2:00 a.m.
SR 7.3. Cinema Complex
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 7.4. Convenience Store
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
SR 7.5. Entertainment Complex
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(4)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 7.6. Flea Market
  
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 7.7. Fuel Oil Distribution and Sales
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 7.8. Landscaping Materials Sales and Storage
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 7.9. Manufactured/Mobile Home Sales
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. A manufactured home sales site shall not be constructed or newly located within 100 feet
of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same
property as the use).
(4)
Lot Size. One or more acres.
(5)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(6)
Structure. Display homes shall:
a.
Have a minimum separation of at least ten (10) feet from one another;
b.
Be level and blocked;
c.
Be provided with continuous underpinning or landscaping; and
d.
Be accessible via a well-constructed set of steps, made of a material other than loosely
stacked brick or block.
SR 7.10. Motor Vehicle Sales or Leasing (Including automobile, motorcycle, boat and recreational sales and
rental cars)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
  
SR 7.11. Open Air Market
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 7.12. Parking Garage or Lot (requiring payment)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including,
but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Structure. A parking garage shall not exceed five (5) (above ground) levels.
(4)
Perimeter Setback. Twenty-five (25) feet.
(5)
Perimeter Buffer. A minimum of a Buffer B1 shall be required for a parking garage (see §42-182
(Screen Classification)).
SR 7.13. Produce Stand
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 7.14. Retail Sales and Services Less than or Equal to 50,000 Square Feet (of Gross Floor Area)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 7.15. Retail Sales and Services Greater than 50,000 Square Feet but Less than or Equal to 100,000
Square Feet (of Gross Floor Area)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Separation. Structures shall not be placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a
residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Road Frontage. One hundred (100) or more feet.
(5)
Sign Areas. A minimum of 100 square feet of planted area (minimum five (5) foot width) shall be
provided around the base of any freestanding sign.
(6)
Pedestrian Facilities. Sidewalks shall be a minimum of five (5) feet wide, excluding curb width. 
SR 7.16. Retail Sales and Services Greater than 100,000 Square Feet but Less than or Equal to 150,000
Square Feet (of Gross Floor Area)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. Structures shall not be placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a
residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Road Frontage. One hundred (100) or more feet.
  
(5)
Sign Areas. A minimum of 100 square feet of planted area (minimum five (5) foot width) shall be
provided around the base of any freestanding sign.
(6)
Pedestrian Facilities. Sidewalks shall be a minimum of five (5) feet wide, excluding curb width. 
SR 7.17.   Retail Sales and Services Greater than 150,000 Square Feet (of Gross Floor Area)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Separation. Structures shall not be placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a
residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Road Frontage. One hundred (100) or more feet.
(5)
Sign Areas. A minimum of 100 square feet of planted area (minimum five (5) foot width) shall be
provided around the base of any freestanding sign.
(6)
Pedestrian Facilities. Sidewalks shall be a minimum of five (5) feet wide, excluding curb width. 
SR 7.18.   Shopping Mall
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including,
but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting
mitigation required.
(3)
Separation. Structures shall not be placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a
residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Road Frontage. One hundred (100) or more feet.
(5)
Sign Areas. A minimum of 100 square feet of planted area (with a minimum width of five (5) feet)
shall be provided around the base of any freestanding sign.
(6)
Pedestrian Facilities. Sidewalks shall be a minimum of five (5) feet wide, excluding curb width. 
SR 7.19.   Truck Stop
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. Truck stop facilities shall not be constructed or newly located within 100 feet of an
existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as
the use), school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility, park and/or religious institution.
(5)
Lot Size. Two (2) or more acres.
(6)
Operations. Those uses which may be contained within the principal building shall include:
convenience store, restaurant, TV/recreational lounge(s), restroom facilities and dormitory space. 
8. WHOLESALE TRADE
SR 8.1.   Wholesale Trade
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
  
(4)
Separation. A wholesale trade structure or storage area shall not be constructed or newly located
within 100 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on
the same property as the use).
9. TRANSPORTATION, WAREHOUSING, AND UTILITIES
SR 9.1.   Airport (Private)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A private airport shall not be constructed or newly located within one-quarter (¼) mile of
an existing school, library, day care facility and/or religious institution.
SR 9.2.   Airport (Public)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. A public airport must provide proof of development approval
from the Federal Aviation Administration.
(5)
Separation. A public airport shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-quarter (¼) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility and/or religious
institution; and
b.
Five hundred (500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(6)
Security. The aircraft movement areas of a public airport shall be totally enclosed by a security fence
or wall at least eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-
operating hours.
SR 9.3.   Communication Facilities
(1)
General Standards.
a.
Site Plan. Communication Facility Site Plan in accordance with §42-328 (Communication
Facility Site Plan Review).
b.
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. Prior to erecting, installing or operating a
communication facility, a structural engineering certification certifying the integrity of the
communication facility, shall be signed and sealed by a professional engineer.
c.
Minor Modifications. Minor modifications are permitted and include any of the following: 
1.  Increasing the existing vertical height of the structure by less than ten (10) percent or less
     the height of one additional antenna array to the tower with separation from the nearest     
 
  existing antenna not to exceed (20) feet.
2.  Increasing the tower by twenty (20) feet or less in width or no more than the width of the    
  support structure at the level of the new appurtenance (except where necessary to shelter 
  the antenna from inclement weather or to connect the antenna to the tower via cable). 
3.  Increasing the existing equipment compound by 2,500 square feet or less. 
d.
Lighting. No permanent strobe lights shall be permitted on the communication tower unless
required by local, state or federal laws pertaining to the establishment and operation of a
  
communications facility. Ground level security lighting may be permitted if designed to
minimize impacts on adjacent properties.
e.
Noise. Unusual sound emissions, including but not limited to buzzers and alarms, shall not be
permitted.
f.
Screening. Screen Class Four (4) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-
182 (Screen Classification)).
g.
Sign Standards. A sign which includes the name of the communication facility
owner(s)/operator(s), emergency telephone numbers and the assigned communication facility
registration number shall be displayed in a visible location near the structure. A minimum of
two (2) “warning/no trespassing” signs are required. The Communication Facilities
Administrator may require additional signage (of the type described above) as needed. No
other signage shall be permitted on the communication tower site.
h.
Option to County on Collocation Opportunity. For all new communication towers, the
applicant shall give the County the option of collocating, for governmental use, an antenna on
the new communication tower at fair market value, if technically feasible and if requested by
the County in writing within 30 days of the submission of a permit application.
(2)
Communication Facility Types. Communication facilities shall be broken into three (3) distinctive
classes, as follows:
a.
Category One (1) Communication Facilities include the following:
1.
Towers and/or antennas constructed or permitted prior to the effective date of this
Chapter; towers for residential, amateur radio or governmental use which are less than
90 feet in height; and towers less than 50 feet in height; and
2.
Collocation antennas on existing communications towers.
b.
Category Two (2) Communication Facilities include the following:
1.
The location of antennas on alternative structures;
2.
Replacement towers; and 
3.
Towers used for residential, amateur radio and/or governmental purposes 90 feet or
greater in height; and all other towers 50 feet or greater in height.
c.
Category Three (3) Communications Facilities include any and all towers 200 feet or greater
in height.
(3)
Communication Facility Specific Standards. The following standards shall apply to the three categories
of communication facilities:
a.
Category One (1) Communication Facilities:
1.
A category one (1) communication facility is permitted by right in all zoning
districts.
2.
Height. In no case will a collocation be permitted where the additional antenna
height would cause category classification change of the proposed host communication
tower.
b.
Category Two (2) Communication Facilities:
1.
Height. In no event shall a replacement communication tower exceed the height of the
existing communication tower. No tower shall exceed 200 feet in height. In addition,
no communication facility (tower and/or antenna) affixed on an alternative structure,
shall exceed 50 feet in height above the maximum height of the alternative structure.
Final height of the communication tower and/or antenna, including structure height
above highest grade level, must not exceed 200 feet.
2.
Replacement. Replacement communication towers must be placed as close to the
existing communication tower as feasible, but in no case further than 100 feet from the
existing communication tower base. The existing communication tower shall be
removed within 90 days of completion of the replacement communication tower.
  
3.
Communication Tower Site. All category two (2) communication facilities must be
located on a designated communication tower site or an approved alternative structure.
At a minimum a communication tower site must: (1) encompass all components of the
proposed project; (2) consist of a lot of record or deeded easement; and (3)
accommodate all-weather movement of construction, maintenance and emergency
response equipment to and from the site.
4.
Separation from Existing Communication Facilities. Category two (2) communication
facilities must be a minimum of one-half (½) mile from any existing communication
facility category two (2) or three (3) unless constructed on the same communication
tower site (a lot of record or deeded easement) or alternative structure. A proposed
category two (2) communication facility (antenna) will only be permitted on the same
communication tower site or alternative structures as an existing communication
facility when it has been proven that the proposed site is the only feasible location for
providing coverage to the anticipated service area and all existing communication
facilities are incapable of accommodating the proposed antenna.
5.
Separation from Existing Occupied Buildings. Communication towers must be
constructed a minimum distance equivalent to 110 percent of the height of the
proposed communication tower from existing occupied structures. Communication
towers unable to conform to occupied building separation requirements may submit
affidavits of understanding from the owners of property and/or structures within the
110 percent height radius in place of conforming to the separation standards. Affidavits
of understanding shall state that the property owners do not object to the construction
of the communication tower as proposed in the application, and agree to hold the
County harmless from any and all liability for the location and construction of the
communication tower as proposed in the application. Such affidavits should also site
the specific plan or drawing reviewed by the property owner.
6.
Stealth Designs. Communications towers and antennas on alternative structures in
residential zoning districts must be constructed as stealth designs.
7.
Color. Communication towers not constructed as stealth designs must be a color that is
consistent with existing development or natural conditions.
8.
Security. Adequate measures must be taken to ensure antennas on alternative
structures are not potential sources of physical danger to the public.
9.
Design to Accommodate Additional User. All new category two (2) communication
towers shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of three (3) communication
antenna arrays.
c.
Category Three (3) Communication Facilities:
1.
Communication Tower Site. All communication facilities must be located on a
designated communication tower site. At a minimum a communication tower site must:
(1) encompass all components of the proposed project, (2) consist of a lot of record or
deeded easement and (3) accommodate all-weather movement of construction,
maintenance and emergency response equipment to and from the site.
2.
Separation from Existing Communication Facilities. Category three (3) communication
facilities must be a minimum of one (1) mile from any existing communication facility
category two (2) or three (3) unless constructed on the same communication tower site
(a lot of record or deeded easement). A proposed category three (3) communication
facility will only be permitted on the same communication tower site as an existing
communication facility when it has been proven that the proposed site is the only
feasible location for providing coverage to the anticipated service area, and all existing
communication facilities are incapable of accommodating the proposed antenna.
  
3.
Separation from Existing Occupied Buildings. Communication towers must be
constructed a minimum distance equivalent to 110 percent of the height of the
proposed communication tower from existing occupied structures. Communication
towers unable to conform to occupied building separation requirements may submit
affidavits of understanding from the owners of property and/or structures within the
110 percent height radius in place of conforming to the separation standards. Affidavits
of understanding shall state that the property owners do not object to the construction
of the communication tower as proposed in the application, and agree to hold the
County harmless from any and all liability for the location and construction of the
communication tower as proposed in the application. Such affidavits should also cite
the specific plan or drawing reviewed by the property owner.
4.
Stealth Designs. Communication towers in residential zoning districts must be
constructed as stealth designs. 
5.
Color. Communication towers not constructed as stealth designs must be a color that is
consistent with existing development or natural conditions.
6.
Design to Accommodate Additional User. All new category three (3) communication
facilities shall be designed to accommodate a minimum of four (4) communication
antenna arrays.
SR 9.4.   Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Location. Hazardous waste disposal facilities are prohibited in a Water Supply Watershed Overlay
District.
(5)
Separation. Hazardous waste disposal facilities shall not be constructed/newly located within:
a.
One-and-one-half (1 ½) mile of an existing residential zoning district, school, library, day
care facility, extended care facility, healthcare facility and/or religious institution; and
b.
One (1) mile of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not
located on the same property as the use).
(6)
Security. The operations of hazardous waste disposal facilities shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(7)
Perimeter Setback. Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet.
(8)
Perimeter Buffer. Five hundred (500) feet.
(9)
Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on
site.
SR 9.5.   Land Clearing Debris and Inert Debris Storage or Disposal
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
  
(4)
Certification, Licensure and Permitting. The owner of a land clearing debris and inert debris landfill
shall file with the Henderson County Registrar of Deeds Office, a certified survey depicting the
property on which the landfill is located, including the site and extent of the actual debris deposit. 
(5)
Location. Land clearing debris and inert debris landfills may be permitted in the Water Supply
Watershed Protection Overlay District if the applicant can demonstrate that there will be no adverse
effects from the landfill on public water supplies. Land clearing debris and inert debris landfills shall
not be permitted in the 100-year floodplain
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(7)
Operations. Where feasible, debris reduction methods such as chipping and mulching (using portable
equipment) shall be utilized to reduce the amount of debris permanently withheld on site.
(8)
Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on-
site.
(9)
Future Development. No structure shall be constructed within 100 feet of a debris deposit following
the closure of a land clearing debris and inert debris landfill.
(10)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. (except where requested by the Henderson County
Emergency Management Coordinator in response to a period of inclement weather). 
SR 9.6.   Rail Transportation Facilities and Support Activities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 9.7.   Self Storage Warehousing, Mini-Warehouses (for Commercial District)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Separation. Self storage warehousing, mini-warehouses structures shall not be constructed within 100
feet of any adjacent existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on
the same property as the use).
(4)
Structure. Garage/storage bays shall be oriented away from the public right-of-way where possible.
(5)
Operations. The mini-warehouse units shall be used for “dead” storage only (no commercial enterprise
can be conducted from an individual unit or units and no wholesale trade or retail sales shall be
permitted).
(6)
Lighting. Exterior lighting shall not exceed ten (10) feet in height.
(7)
Street Trees. Street trees shall be provided in accordance with Article V. Landscape Design Standards,
Subpart C. Street Tree Requirements (Major Subdivisions).
(8)
Outdoor Storage. Open storage of recreational vehicles and dry storage of pleasure boats shall
constitute an outdoor storage (see SR 2.8 and SR 2.9-Outdoor Storage).
SR 9.8.   Septic Tank and Related Services
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 9.9.   Solar Energy Generation Facility
  
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-299 (Major Site Plan Review). The site
plan shall include ground level profile drawings of the typical structures proposed and the designed
wind and ground snow loads. 
(2)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(3)
Perimeter Setback. All structures and components shall be a minimum of twenty (20) feet from
property lines.  Necessary ingress and egress for vehicles and utility & transmission lines may be
located within the perimeter setback. Fences may be placed within the perimeter setback.
(4)
Height. Systems, equipment and structures shall not exceed twenty-five (25) feet in height when
ground mounted. Roof mounted systems shall not exceed the maximum height for the applicable
zoning district.
(5)
Screening. Screen Class One (1), Two (2), Three (3), or Four (4) shall be provided along sides of the
facility which are adjacent to a residential use (as identified in Section 1 of  42-62, Table of Permitted
and Special Uses) on a separate parcel, consistent with 42-182 (Screen Classification). Where
screening is required, screening shall be placed on the exterior side of fencing. Buffer Requirements, as
specified by Article V Subpart A, shall not apply to Solar Energy Generation Facilities unless the Solar
Energy Generation Facility is not permitted in the zoning district adjacent to the site.  
(6)
Scenic Byways. Solar energy Generation Facilities shall not be permitted on sites visible from Scenic
Byways as designated by the North Carolina Department of Transportation or Henderson County. 
(7)
Security. Solar Energy Generation Facilities shall be completely enclosed within:
a.
a woven wire fence; or 
b.
a masonry wall; or
c.
a wooden fence that contains spacing no greater than six (6) inches. 
Such fences shall be at least six (6) feet in height. 
(8)
Power Transmission Lines. To the extent practical, all new power transmission lines to any building,
structure or utility connection shall be located underground. Existing above ground utility lines shall be
allowed to remain in their current location. 
(9)
Electrical Disconnection Switch. The electrical disconnect switch shall be clearly marked and
unobstructed. Switches are permitted to be secured within a fenced area or building.
(10)
Wind and Snow Loads. All equipment and structures shall comply with the N.C. State Building Code
requirements for survival wind speeds and ground snow loads for buildings. Although the N.C. State
Building Code may require such load designs for only buildings, all structures and equipment
associated with this use shall meet those same wind and snow load requirements. Note that such
requirements vary based on the elevation and location of the site. The Zoning Administrator shall
require a certification from a structural engineer, licensed in North Carolina as a professional engineer,
stating the designed wind and snow load standards for equipment and structures have been constructed
according to the State Building Code and will meet the following:
a.
Structures and buildings will meet a minimum wind survival speed of 90 m.p.h.; and
b.
Structures and buildings will meet a minimum snow load of 15 lbs. per square foot. 
(11)
Principal Structure. A principal structure, other than the solar collectors, is permitted but not required. 
(12)
Special Flood Hazard Area. No structures, equipment, storage or buildings shall be located within the
Special Flood Hazard Area.
(13)
Lighting. Lighting Mitigation is required. 
SR 9.10.   Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
  
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A solid waste incinerator shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One (1) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning
district and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a solid waste combustor and incinerator shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Two hundred fifty (250) feet (for a public or private landfill) and 200 feet are
required for a solid waste incinerator. (Storage of debris, equipment, and other materials shall not be
permitted in the perimeter setback).
(7)
Perimeter Buffer. Seventy-five (75) feet.
SR 9.11.   Solid Waste Facility, County Owned/Operated
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Security. The operations of a waste collection and transfer facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(5)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred and fifty (150) feet from a residential zoning district.  Necessary
ingress and egress to the proposed use (s) may be located within the perimeter setback.
(6)
Perimeter Buffer. A B2 buffer as described in Article V (Landscape Design Standards), Subpart A
(Buffer Requirements) is required around the perimeter boundary of the site, the operational area(s), or
any combination thereof.  Preserved existing trees may be credited toward the required buffer.
(7)
Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on
site.
(8)
Operations. Where feasible, debris reduction methods such as chipping and mulching (using portable
equipment) shall be utilized to reduce the amount of debris permanently withheld on site.
SR 9.12.   Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 9.13.   Truck Terminals
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 9.14.   Utility Substations
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
  
(2)
Lighting. Lighting mitigation required.
(3)
Separation. Utility substations shall not be placed within 75 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in
a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(4)
Security. Transformer stations shall be enclosed by a woven wire fence at least eight (8) feet in height.
Other utility stations shall be completely enclosed either by a building or a wire fence at least eight (8)
feet in height.
(5)
Screening. Screen Class One (1), Two (2), Three (3) or Four (4) shall be provided where the structure
footprint exceeds 200 square feet if adjacent to an existing residential use, consistent with the
requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
SR 9.15.   Warehousing and Storage (Excluding Warehousing of Hazardous Substances)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 9.16.   Waste Collection and Transfer Facility (Hazardous)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Location. Hazardous waste collection and transfer facilities are prohibited in a Water Supply
Watershed Overlay Districts.
(5)
Separation. Hazardous waste collection and transfer facilities shall not be constructed/newly located
within:
a.
One (1) mile of an existing residential  zoning district, school, library, day care facility,
healthcare facility and/or religious institution; and
b.
Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning
district and not located on the same property as the use).
(6)
Security. The operations of a hazardous waste collection and transfer facility shall be totally enclosed
by: (1) a security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3)
a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(7)
Perimeter Setback. Five hundred (500) feet.
(8)
Perimeter Buffer. Two hundred (200) feet.
(9)
Containment. The transfer facility must include a containment system designed to prevent the spread
of contaminants onto other properties, waterways or drainage ways.
SR 9.17.   Waste Collection and Transfer Facility (Non-hazardous)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including,
but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting
mitigation required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust
from adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A non-hazardous waste collection and transfer facility shall not be
constructed or newly located within 1,000 feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential
  
zoning district and not located on the same property as the use), school, library, day care facility,
healthcare facility and/or religious institution.
(5)
Security. The operations of a non-hazardous waste collection and transfer facility shall
be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8)
feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during
non-operating hours.
SR 9.18.   Wastewater Treatment Plant
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Security. The operations of a wastewater treatment plant shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security
fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof
building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked.
(3)
Screening. Screen Class Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182
(Screen Classification).
SR 9.19.   Water Treatment Plant
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including,
but not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting
mitigation required.
(3)
Separation. A water treatment plant shall not be constructed or newly located within 500 feet of an
existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property
as the use).
10. MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRIAL USES
SR 10.1.   Asphalt Plant
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. An asphalt plant shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
Five hundred (500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(6)
Security. The operations of an asphalt plant shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence or wall at
least eight (8) feet in height; or (2) a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and
locked during non-operating hours.
SR 10.2.   Battery Manufacturing Facility
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A battery manufacturing facility shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
  
b.
Five hundred (500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a battery manufacturing facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security
fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof
building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
SR 10.3.  Chip Mill
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A chip mill shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-quarter (¼) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility, park
and/or religious institution; and
b.
Five hundred (500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a chip mill (including equipment) shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(7)
Disposal of Debris. Disposal of excess inert debris is prohibited on-site unless operation is in
compliance with development standards for land clearing debris and inert debris storage or disposal
operations (see SR 9.5 (Land Clearing Debris and Inert Debris Storage or Disposal) for standards). 
SR 10.4.   Concrete Batch Plant
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A concrete batch plant shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility,
park and/or religious institution; and
b.
Three hundred (300) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a concrete batch plant shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at
least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building.
Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 10.5.   Junkyard
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Separation. A junkyard shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, extended care facility,
healthcare facility and/or religious institution; and
  
b.
Three hundred (300) feet of an existing dwelling unit.
(4)
Security. The operations of a junkyard shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence or wall at least
eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(5)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(6)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(7)
Screening. Screen Class Three (3) or Four (4) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of
§42-182 (Screen Classification).
(8)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
SR 10.6.   Landfill (Public/Private)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Location. Landfills are prohibited in the Water Supply Watershed Overlay Districts.
(5)
Separation. A landfill shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One (1) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
Fifteen hundred (1,500) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning
district and not located on the same property as the use).
(6)
Security. The operations of a landfill shall be totally enclosed by a security fence or wall at least eight
(8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(7)
Perimeter Setback. Two hundred fifty (250) feet.
(8)
Perimeter Buffer. Seventy-five (75) feet.
(9)
Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on-
site.
(10)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SR 10.7.   Machining and Assembly Operations
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 10.8.   Manufacturing and Production Operations
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
SR 10.9.   Materials Recovery Facilities (Recycling)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
  
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A materials recovery facility shall not be constructed or newly located within one-half (½)
mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or religious institution.
(5)
Security. The operations of a materials recovery facility shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security
fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof
building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(7)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SR 10.10.   Mining and Extraction Operations
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A mining or extraction operation shall not be constructed or newly located within:
a.
One-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or
religious institution; and
b.
One thousand (1,000) feet of an existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district
and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Security. The operations of a mining and extraction operation shall be totally enclosed by a security
fence or wall at least eight (8) feet in height. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during
non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(7)
Operations. A plan outlining rehabilitation procedures and financing options for restoration of the
mining or extraction site is required. Within two (2) years after the cessation of a mining or extraction
operation, rehabilitation processes must be complete.
(8)
Sedimentation Control. Permanent control measures are required to retain all non-compacted soils on
site.
SR 10.11.   Packaging and Labeling Services
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 10.12.   Pesticide, Fertilizer and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
  
(4)
Separation. A pesticide, fertilizer and other agricultural chemical manufacturing use shall not be
constructed or newly located within one-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility,
healthcare facility and/or religious institution.
(5)
Security. The operations of a pesticide, fertilizer and other agricultural chemical manufacturing use
shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight
(8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during
non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
SR 10.13.   Product Processing and Storage Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review). 
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
SR 10.14.   Recycling Center, Drop-Off Facilities
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Security. The operations of a recycling center with drop off facilities shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a
security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a
fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(4)
Screening. Screen Class One (1), Two (2) or Three (3) shall be provided consistent with the
requirements of §42-182 (Screen Classification).
(5)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SR 10.15.   Research and Development Operations (Hazardous or biological materials)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A research and development operation (hazardous or biological materials) shall not be
constructed or newly located within one-half (½) mile of an existing school, library, day care facility,
healthcare facility and/or religious institution
(5)
Security. The operations of a research and development operation (hazardous or biological materials)
shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight
(8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during
non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
SR 10.16.   Research and Development Operations (Non-hazardous)
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
  
(3)
Security. The operations of a research and development operation (nonhazardous) shall be totally
enclosed by: (1) a security fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in
height; or (3) a fireproof building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-
operating hours.
SR 10.17.  Sawmill
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required. 
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A sawmill shall not be constructed or newly located within one-quarter (¼) mile of an
existing dwelling unit (located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as
the use), existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility, park and/or religious institution.
(5)
Security. The operations of a sawmill (including equipment) shall be totally enclosed by: (1) a security
fence at least eight (8) feet in height; (2) a wall at least eight (8) feet in height; or (3) a fireproof
building. Entrances and exits should be secured and locked during non-operating hours.
(6)
Perimeter Setback. Fifty (50) feet.
(7)
Debris Disposal. Disposal of excess inert debris is prohibited on site unless operation is in compliance
with development standards for land clearing debris and inert debris storage or disposal operations
(see SR 9.5. (Land Clearing Debris and Inert Debris Storage or Disposal) for standards). 
(8)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SR 10.18.   Slaughterhouse
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Dust Reduction. Unpaved roads, travelways and/or parking areas shall be treated to prevent dust from
adverse affects to adjacent properties.
(4)
Separation. A slaughterhouse shall not be constructed or newly located within one-half (½) mile of an
existing school, library, day care facility, healthcare facility and/or religious institution.
(5)
Perimeter Setback. One hundred (100) feet.
(6)
Hours of Operation. 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
SR 10.19.  Truck Wash
(1)
Site Plan. Major Site Plan required in accordance with §42-331 (Major Site Plan Review).
(2)
Lighting. Adequate lighting shall be placed in areas used for vehicular/pedestrian access including, but
not limited to: stairs, sidewalks, crosswalks, intersections, or changes in grade. Lighting mitigation
required.
(3)
Structure. All associated lanes and driveways shall be covered with an all-weather surface. 
(4)
Parking/Drive. Parking areas/stacking facilities shall be designed to ensure parked/waiting vehicles do
not block sidewalks, driveways or roads.
(5)
On-Site Drainage System. Provisions shall be made for an on-site drainage system to capture water
used to wash vehicles. The drainage plan shall be evaluated by the Zoning Administrator to determine
that the water from the facility will not have a detrimental effect on adjacent property, roads and/or
surface waters.
(6)
Operations. Storage or repair of vehicles shall not be permitted within the truck washing facility.
(7)
Screening. Screen Class Two (2) shall be provided consistent with the requirements of §42-182
(Screen Classification).
11. TEMPORARY USES
SR 11.1.   Christmas Tree Lot Sales
  
(1)
Duration and Frequency. Temporary Christmas tree lot sales may be operated for no longer than forty-
five (45) days. 
SR 11.2.   Circuses, Carnivals, Fairs, Religious Services (or similar types of events)
(1)
Duration and Frequency. Not more than two (2) temporary events shall be held in a 12 month period.
a.
Temporary circuses, fairs, and similar types of events may be operated for no longer than
eight (8) days. 
b.
Carnivals may be operated for no longer than 10 days. 
c.
Religious services may operate for up to twelve (12) weeks.
(2)
Hours of Operation. Where a circus, carnival, fair, religious service or similar types of events and
being held in a residential zoning district or within 500 feet of a residential zoning district, the hours
of operation shall be limited to between 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
(3)
Application. The application shall depict the locations of pedestrian circulation areas and equipment
storage areas.
(4)
Separation Requirements. The use shall not be placed within 50 feet of an existing dwelling unit
(located in a residential zoning district and not located on the same property as the use).
(5)
Solid Waste Collection System Requirements. Arrangements shall be made for suitable garbage
disposal and site clean-up.
SR 11.3.   Model Home/Sales Office, Temporary
(1)
Duration and Frequency. Temporary model homes/sales offices shall be permitted within a new
residential development, provided that the model home/sales office: (1) is located on a lot that was
approved as part of an approved preliminary or master plan; and (2) will be converted to a dwelling
unit or taken down after its use as a sales office/model home. Temporary model homes/sales offices
may initially be approved for a period of up to three (3) years, which may be extended for additional
one (1) year terms so long as development is continuing. If the Temporary Model Home/Sales Office
was noted on an approved Preliminary or Master Plan, a temporary use permit is not required.
SR 11.4.   Portable Sawmill
(1)
Duration. A portable sawmill may be permitted as a temporary use not to exceed ninety (90) days. The
Zoning Administrator may allow for (90) day extension upon request by the applicant.
SR 11.5 Yard Sale
(1)
Duration and Frequency. The duration of a yard sale may be for no more than three (3) days at a time
and  for no more than 12 days in a 12 month period. Yard sales are expressly prohibited as a permanent use
and shall be regulated as Retail Trade and Food Service should the use continue over a longer period of
time.
12. TEMPORARY STRUCTURES
SR 12.1.   Portable Storage Containers
(1)
Maximum Number Permitted Per Lot. One (1) for residential zoning district property.
(2)
Duration and Frequency. Portable storage containers shall be placed on residential zoning district
property for no more than 30 days, no more than four (4) times in a 12 month period.
(3)
Permanent Structures. Portable storage containers may be permitted as accessory structures. In
no case shall more than one (1) container be permitted on a single property or shall any permanent
accessory portable storage container be permitted on residential zoning district property. 
SR 12.2.   Produce Stand, Temporary
(1)
Setbacks. Temporary stands may be established in the front yard setback.
(2)
Duration and Frequency. Temporary stands may be operated for no longer than 180 days in a 12 month
period.
SR 12.3.   Temporary Construction Project Buildings
  
(1)
Duration and Frequency. Temporary construction project buildings shall be permitted only for those
time periods for which a building permit has been issued.
SR 12.4.   Tent Sale
(1)
Duration and Frequency. Temporary tent sales may be operated for no greater than two (2) weeks. Not
more than two (2) temporary tent sales shall be held in a 12 month period.
(2)
Locational Requirements. Temporary tent sales shall not encroach on the public right-of-way, parking
spaces or required loading spaces.
§42-64.
Through 42-73. Reserved