Zoning & Codes
Zoning Definitions & Uses
The B-2 Retail District is composed of land and structures occupied by or suitable for the furnishing of retail goods, such as groceries, drugs and services such as shoe repairing, to satisfy the household needs of surrounding residential areas.
(4)Art galleries and studios.
(7)Bank/savings and loan institutions.
(9)Business and professional offices.
(10)Bookstores (excluding adult, pornographic stores).
(13)Child care facilities or kindergartens, provided that no more than six unrelated children may be accommodated therein on any single day; there is a fenced play area; and does not display any kind of sign whatsoever.
(14)Churches, rectories, parish houses, convents and other institutions of religious or philanthropic nature.
(16)Community club facilities when organized for use of a particular residential development.
(21)Educational institutions, public or private or denominational schools.
(22)Electrical facilities and electrical energy facilities; transformers; relay and substations; natural gas handling and regulating stations; and private, public utility, and common pipelines subject to the approval required under other ordinances, except office buildings, storage facilities, repair and maintenance facilities, and generating facilities.
(25)Fine arts studios/fine art instruction (drama, music, dance or speech) facilities.
(27)Florist shops (completely enclosed).
(30)Golf courses, but not including miniature golf course, driving range or any forms of commercial amusement.
(33)Interior decorating studios.
(35)Leather goods/luggage shops.
(36)Musical instrument salesrooms.
(38)Office equipment and supplies stores.
(39)Paint and wallpaper stores.
(40)Pet grooming facilities, without extended boarding.
(43)Photographic finishing, equipment and supplies stores.
(45)Public parks and public playgrounds and noncommercial athletic fields.
(46)Radio and television or microwave broadcast or relay towers, to include earth stations.
(47)Railroad rights-of-way and tracks, bridges, signals, and other railroad appurtenances except railroad yards, classification tracks, team tracks, storage yards, passenger stations, freight stations, fueling facilities, fuel oil tanks, roundhouses, repair shops, offices, and tie treatment facilities.
(49)Schools, public, private, or denominational schools having a curriculum equivalent to a public elementary or secondary school. A kindergarten or day nursery school shall be allowed if in conjunction with a higher-level school or when operated as a function of a church.
(51)Shoe shop/shoe repair shops.
(52)Specialty sales shops (collectibles, china, food).
(54)Tailor/dry cleaning shops.
(55)Telephone exchange facilities, storage, or maintenance facilities.
(56)Title companies’ offices.
(58)Travel agents’ offices.
(59)Used clothing stores.
(60)Watch and clock repair shops.