SignsSee Article XI
ParkingSee Article X
Buffer ZonesSee Article XV
Lighting, Noise, Odor See Article XVI
The purpose of the Neighborhood Business District is to provide retail stores and personal service outlets to meet the need of the people in adjacent or nearby residential areas for convenient services. These districts are closely related to residential districts but they are also commercial areas that generate activities that can be disruptive in residential areas unless they are properly regulated. The intent of these Regulations is to make the C-2 districts as compatible as possible with associated residential districts while permitting commercial activity.
Any convenience-type retail business or service establishments such as, but not limited to, the following:
Groceries, drug stores, shoe repair shops, hardware store, barber and beauty shops, clothing shops, banks and finance companies, walk-in restaurants, self-service laundries, convenience type stores, theaters, places of amusement and assembly, car washes and antique shops. Any other retail business or service establishment which is determined by the Board of Zoning Adjustment to be of the same general character as the above mentioned uses.
Any retail or wholesale business or service (except warehouses), including the making of articles to be sold at retail on the premises; manufacturing incidental to a retail business or service where the products are sold principally on the premises by the producer to the consumer and where not more than five persons are employed in such manufacture; provided further, however, that the following uses shall be permitted: auto wrecking; coal or lumber yards; dairy; electric