Sec. 25-4-20. Special conditions.

The following special conditions apply to those land uses indicated by corresponding letter in Table 1:
(1) Existing uses in N-P zone on December 6, 1979. These uses may be replaced with new structures containing the same number of, but no additional, dwelling units, rooms or beds than existed on December 6, 1979. Nursing and convalescent homes may be expanded or enlarged by conditional use permit;
(2) Conditional use permit required if for more than six guests or persons;
(3) Permitted on corner lots only. Each entrance must front on a separate street;
(4) Conditional use permit required;
(5) Accessory use, incidental to principal use;
(6) Second dwelling units are permitted subject to the following standards and conditions:
(A) The second dwelling unit shall be architecturally compatible as to style, size, mass, color and materials and the primary dwelling,
(B) The size of a detached second dwelling unit is limited to a maximum of six hundred square feet for lots under eight thousand square feet, a maximum of one thousand square feet for lots over eight thousand,
(C) An attached second dwelling unit may not exceed thirty percent of the floor area of the primary unit excluding any garage,
(D) The second dwelling unit shall meet all setbacks that apply to other dwellings built in the residential or combined residential zone,
(E) Accessory buildings on a lot that do not meet the setback requirements for a main building on the lot may not be converted to a second dwelling unit,
(F) The project will provide two off-street parking spaces to city standards for the primary residence and one parking space for each bedroom in the second dwelling unit,
(G) The building converge for the site may not exceed fifty percent,
(H) The subject lot shall be at least the minimum width and area required within the zone or for the underlying residential zone in a combined zoning district,
(I) No more than forty percent of the front yard setback may be paved for parking,
(J) Any detached second dwelling unit shall be no taller than fifteen feet,
(K) Any detached second dwelling unit shall be no closer than ten feet to the primary dwelling,
(L) One of the dwelling units must be occupied by the owner of the property. If the owner ceases to reside on the site then one of the dwelling units shall be vacated and remain vacant in the absence of an owner occupant. The applicant shall sign an enforceable agreement with the city of Woodland to abide with this requirement,
(M) Applications for second dwelling units are subject to staff level site and design review and their commensurate fees,
(N) Any application for a second dwelling unit that does not meet the standards specific to this section may apply for a conditional use permit to construct a second dwelling unit,
(O) Failure to comply with any part of this section shall be a violation of law and punishable by fine;
(7) Conditional use permit subject to Section 25-21-30;
(8) Subject to Section 25-21-50;
(9) Residence must be located in the building of the use. If use is open storage that has no buildings a mobile home is permitted;
(10) Office must be converted to residences when sales activity ceases;
(11) Conditional use permit required. Only allowed in neighborhood preservation/transitional overlay zone (NP/T);
(12) Zoning administrator permit required;
(13) Refer to downtown specific plan and the Land Use Area Matrix contained in Article 14.5;
(14) Refer to East Street Corridor specific plan;
(15) Refer to East Street Corridor specific plan;
(16) Permitted use if in compliance with zoning requirements and community design standards, site plan and design review by the planning commission is required. (Amended during the March 2009 supplement.)