warehousing of other goods and products contained in a structure principally used for the tobacco industry
and during off season periods.
Minimum lot frontage 100 feet
Minimum front yard8 feet
Minimum side yardNone. If adjacent to residential, then a 50 foot requirement
Minimum rear yardSame as side yard
Maximum building height20 feet
Parking1 space per 2 employees + 1 space for each truck used by business.
Enclosed loading dock.
Buffer ZoneSee Article XV
Sign Article XI
It is intended that the Civic District and the Central Business District will function together as the downtown hub of Shelbyville. All uses permitted in the Central Business District are permitted uses in the Civic District. The primary difference between the two districts is the location in the Civic District of a number of public offices and institutions requiring adequate off-street parking to accommodate the users of these public
The Conservation District includes some (but not all) areas of the City of Shelbyville that are adjacent to Clear Creek and are subject to flooding. Those parts of the District that are in the flood plain should be left in their natural state as much as possible and used for
recreation and other open air activities.
The Conservation District includes the area bounded by 2nd Street on the west, Washington Street on the South, and Clear Creek on the North and East; by Third Street on the West, Bradshaw Street on the North and Clear Creek the South and East.