SECTION 4.3 - COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
Commercial District (C-1)
The Commercial District is designed to allow limited commercial enterprises at appropriate locations to encourage efficient traffic movement, parking, and utility service; advance public safety; and protect surrounding property. The commercial district is intended to regulate the location of commercial uses according to a well─considered zoning plan which determined the appropriate location and intensity of commercial uses with consideration given to the capability of public infrastructure; potential nuisances and hazards which may cause unsafe conditions; and the relationship of commercial uses to each other and to other areas devoted to agricultural, residential, or industrial use and to streets and highways.
The Commercial District is intended to allow local commercial uses as permitted uses and general commercial uses as conditional uses. Local commercial uses provide convenient goods and personal services that meet the regular and recurring needs of the neighborhood resident population. General commercial uses provide convenience and comparison goods and personal and professional services for the entire area.
Personal services, including barber shops and beauty salons; medical and dental clinics; dry cleaners and self─ service laundromats; and sale and repair shops for watches, shoes, radios, and televisions.
Business services including banks, loan offices, real estate offices, and insur- ance offices.
Offices of an executive, administrative, or professional nature.
Retail sale of foods, drugs, hardware, notions, books, and similar
Churches and other buildings of religious worship; museums.
Government- or community-owned buildings, but not including schools.
Eating and drinking establishments, but not including drive-in types.
Business schools including dance schools, music schools, and art schools.
Indoor retail sales establishments.