Commercial Support Services : The following uses have been interpreted by the Hillsboro Planning Commission as commercial support services within the Industrial Park (M-P) zone; as referenced in the City of Hillsboro Zoning Ordinance No. 1945, Volume 1, Section 65 (8).
(2) Restaurants; (Amended by INT 1-04)
(3) Day care centers;
(4) Quick print shops;
(5) Beauty salons and barber shops;
(6) Dance, sports, and physical fitness center with a maximum floor area not exceeding 6,000 square feet;
(7) Physical therapy clinics primarily for rehabilitation of injured workers;
(8) Educational Facility providing tutoring service for students ages 5 through 18, restricted to 5,000 square feet or less in existing buildings;
(9) Private Mailbox Service Center;
(10) Private university restricted to 15,000 square feet of building space;
(11) Executive suites hotel with restaurant and other amenities to serve industrial/business community; and,
(12) Office supply retailer.
Industrial Park Zone M-P
Section 65. Uses Permitted Outright . In a M-P zone the following uses and their accessory uses are permitted outright:
(1) Dwelling for a caretaker or watchman working on the property.
(2) Manufacturing, repairing, compounding, processing, or storage.
(4) Public service or utility use.
(5) Railroad tracks and facilities necessary to serve other permitted uses.
(6) Research laboratory.
(7) Wholesale distributor or outlet.
(8) Commercial support services. (Amended by Ord. No. 3018/7-79.)
(9) Offices or clinics for medicine, dentistry or other practices of the healing arts. (Added by Ord. No. 3942/8-90.)
(10) Light Rail Facility. (Added by Ord. No. 4300/12-94.)
(11) Customer service communications center. (Added by Ord. No. 4902/5-00.)
Section 65A. Conditional Uses Permitted . In a M-P zone, the following uses and their accessory uses are permitted when in accordance with Sections 78 to 83: (Added by Ord. No. 3194/12-80.)
(1) Radio transmission facilities. (Added by Ord . No. 3194/12-80.)
(2) Commercial recreational facility. (Added by Ord. No. 3599/2-86.)
(3) Bed and Breakfast Inn. (Added by Ord. No. 4100/10-92.)
(4) Conference Center. (Added by Ord. No. 4100/10-92.)
(5) Mixed Use Industrial/Commercial Development, on sites smaller than two acres, within the Station Area Interim Protection District. (Added by Ord. No. 4223/4-94.)
(6) Church, within an existing building. (Added by Ord. No. 4232/5-94.)
(7) Light Rail Construction Area. (Added by Ord. No. 4300/12-94.)
(8) Transit Park and Ride. (Added by Ord. No. 4300/12-94.)
(9) Incidental truck and trailer rental within existing storage facilities. (Added by Ord. No. 4618/10-97.)
(10) Veterinary Clinics and Animal Hospitals excluding outside animal runs. (Added by Ord. No. 4712/10-98.)
(11) Colleges and Universities. (Added by Ord. No. 4772/4-99.)
(12) Card lock fueling center. (Added by Ord. No. 5036/6-01.)
(13) Animal Services Facility, with or without overnight boarding and/or outdoor exercise area. (Added by Ord. No. 5960/3-11.)
Section 66. Excluded Uses . In a M-P zone, notwithstanding the provisions of Section 65, the following uses are prohibited: (Added by Ord. No. 4670/4-98.)
(1) A use having the primary function of storing, utilizing, or manufacturing explosive materials;
(2) Rock crushing facilities; (Added by Ord. No. 4670/4-98.)
(3) Aggregate storage and distribution facilities; (Added by Ord. No. 4670/4-98.)
(4) Concrete and/or asphalt batch plants. (Added by Ord. No. 4670/4-98.)
Section 67. (Deleted by Ord. No. 5676/10-06. See Municipal Code Chapter 11.32.)
Section 68. Setback Requirements . Except as provided in Section 93, in a M-P zone the yards shall be as follows:
(1) For buildings 45 feet in height or less, the yard along a street other than an alley shall be a minimum of 35 feet.
(2) For buildings 45 feet in height or less, the size of other yards shall be a minimum of 25 feet, except where the side of the lot is abutting a residential zone the yard shall be a minimum of 50 feet.
(3) For high profile industrial buildings 45 feet or more in height, front, side, and rear yard setbacks shall be as specified in sections (1) and (2) above, plus an additional setback as follows:
(a) Adjacent to residential zones, one foot for each foot of total structural height; or
(b) adjacent to commercial or industrial zones, one foot for each foot of structural height above 45 feet. (Added by Ord. No. 4096/9-92.)
Section 69. Height of Building. In an M-P zone, the maximum structural height shall be 45 feet, with the exception of high profile industrial buildings as defined in Section 3 of this Ordinance. The maximum structural height of a high profile industrial building shall be 150 feet. However, all industrial structures placed closer than 100 feet to a residential zone shall have a maximum height of 45 feet minus one foot for each two feet less than 100 feet from the residential district boundary. (Amended by Ord. No. 4096/9-92 and 5955/12-10.)
Section 70. Lot Coverage. In a M-P zone buildings shall not occupy more than 50 percent of the lot area.
Section 71. Off-Street Parking and Loading. In a M-P zone, in addition to the requirements of Section 84 to 86, parking or loading shall not be permitted within a required side or rear yard abutting a residential zone or within a required front yard unless the setback is increased to 75 feet and the first 20 feet from the property line are landscape.
Section 72. Performance Standards. In a M-P zone no land or structure shall be used or occupied unless there is continuing compliance with the following standards:
(1) Air Quality and Noise . All uses and operations shall comply with current state air quality and noise statutes and rules, as administered by the Department of Environmental Quality. (Amended by Ord. No. 3343/7-82.)
(2) (Deleted by Ord. No. 3343/7-82.)
(3) (Deleted by Ord. No. 3343/7-82.)
(4) (Deleted by Ord. No. 3343/7-82.)
(5) Heat and glare.
(a) Except for exterior lighting, operations producing heat or glare shall be conducted entirely within an enclosed building.
(b) Exterior lighting shall be directed away from adjacent properties.
(6) Insects and rodents. Materials including wastes shall be stored, and grounds shall be maintained in a manner that will not attract or aid the propagation of insects or rodents or create a health hazard.
(7) Materials and equipment storage. The open storage of materials and equipment is permitted only under the following conditions:
(a) The storage must be in an area contained by a sight-obscuring fence at least six feet high, but no more than 10 feet high.
(b) Other standards of this Section apply.
(8) Boundary fences. Fences will be allowed inside of a boundary planting screen and where it is necessary to protect property of the industry concerned or to protect the public from a dangerous condition with the following provisions:
(a) No fence shall be constructed in the required setback from a public right-of-way.
(b) Fences shall be of open wire mesh or similar open construction.
(9) Vehicular access.
(a) Access points to an industrial site from a street shall be located to minimize traffic congestion and, to the extent possible, to avoid directing traffic into residential areas, all as approved by the Planning Commission.
(b) Where possible within industrial districts, access to the street shall be made to serve more than one industrial site.
(a) Properties abutting a residential Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation boundary shall provide and maintain a dense evergreen landscape buffer and such other screening measures as may be prescribed by the Planning Director in the event differences in elevation should defeat the purpose of this requirement. (Amended by Ord. No. 5955/12-10)
(b) Yards adjacent to streets and those abutting a residential Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation boundary shall be continuously maintained in lawn, with lawn and trees or shrubs established and maintained in a manner providing a park-like character to the property. (Amended by Ord. No. 5955/12-10)
(c) Other yards and unused property shall be maintained in grass or other suitable ground cover.
(d) Sites of high profile industrial buildings shall have enhanced evergreen landscaping buffers and earthen berms as necessary to mitigate the increased visual impact of the taller building(s). The height and/or screening intensity of the landscaping and berms shall be determined in relation to the proximity of the high profile building(s) to a public street or an adjacent non-Industrial Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map designation boundary. (Added by Ord. No. 5955/12-10)
Section 73. (Deleted by Ord. No. 3543/6-85.)
Section 74. Administration and Enforcement.
(1) Records. In an M-P zone as a condition for the granting of a building permit, it shall be agreed that, upon request of the city, information sufficient to determine the degree of compliance with the standards in Section 72 shall be furnished by the industry. Such requests may include a requirement for continuous records of operation likely to violate the standards, for periodic checks to assure maintenance of standards, or for special surveys in the event a question arises as to compliance.
(2) (Deleted by Ord. No. 3110/4-80.)