ARTICLE III: LAND USE DISTRICTSIII-267
385 – Private Use Airport Overlay District
and parachute drops include all forms of skydiving.
385-4Expansion of Existing Uses
The expansion of uses identified in Section 385-3 of this Overlay District that existed at any time during 1996 is permitted as provided in this section.
A.Expansions Permitted Through a Type I Procedure
The following expansions of existing uses are permitted subject to the general standards of this Overlay District, the Development Standards of Article IV and all other applicable standards of the Code.
(1)Construction of additional hangars and tie-downs.
(2)Basing additional aircraft at the airport.
(3)Increases in flight activity.
B.Expansions Permitted Through a Type II Procedure
The expansions of existing uses listed in Section 385-3 are permitted subject to the specific standards for the use set forth below as well as the general standards of this Overlay District, the Development Standards of Article IV and all other applicable standards of the Code. Approval may be further conditioned by the Review Authority pursuant to Section 207-5 and as described in Section 385-8.
(1)Growth of existing uses that require building permits, other than those existing uses identified in subsection A. of this Section, shall be permitted through a Type II procedure, provided the growth:
(a)Can be supported by existing public facilities and services and transportation systems authorized by applicable statewide land use planning goals;
(b)Does not force a significant change or significantly increases the costs of conducting existing uses on surrounding lands; and
(c)Does not exceeds the standards of ORS 215.296(1) if the airport is adjacent to land zoned for exclusive farm use.
385-5Uses Which May be Permitted Through a Type III Procedure
Airport related uses identified in Section 385-3 of this Overlay District shall be permitted via a Type III public hearing process upon demonstration of compliance with the following standards. An applicant may demonstrate that these standards will be satisfied through the imposition of clear and objective conditions, and/or additional requirements may be conditioned pursuant to Section 385-8.
Date printed 11/27/09