Borough of Mifflinburg, PA
Union County
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§ 29-401 General Provisions.

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
The regulations governing the use of land, size of lots, yards, and buildings within each zoning district identified in Part 3 are established in this Part 4. For certain uses or exceptional situations, these regulations are supplemented by Part 5 and by other provisions of this Chapter.
2. 
No uses shall be permitted in any district if they are to be operated in such manner as to create any dangerous, injurious, noxious, or otherwise objectionable fires, explosion, radioactivity or other hazard, noise, vibration, odor, smoke, dust, dirt, or other forms of pollution, glare, electrical and other disturbances which adversely affect surrounding areas or premises.

§ 29-402 Residential-Suburban District (RS).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 89-11, 10/17/1989; by Ord. 2004-4, 7/20/2004; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Single-family dwellings.
(2) 
Double dwellings.
(3) 
Home occupations. (See § 29-514.)
(4) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(5) 
Essential services.
(6) 
Group homes.
(7) 
No-impact home-based businesses.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(2) 
Private licensed facilities.
(3) 
Townhouses.
(4) 
Cluster subdivisions.
(5) 
Multifamily land developments (new construction).
(6) 
Business offices.
(7) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments/inns.
(8) 
Rooming/lodging house.
(9) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
2. 
Density and Height Requirements.
A. 
Maximum density shall not exceed five dwelling units per acre.
B. 
Maximum impervious surface: 40%.
C. 
Maximum building coverage: 20%.
D. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
3. 
Areas and Dimensions.
A. 
Single-Family and Double Dwellings:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 10,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 100 feet.
(3) 
Minimum lot depth: 85 feet.
(4) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet.
(b) 
Side: 12 feet.
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet (primary structure); 10 feet (accessory structure).
B. 
Multifamily Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum area for a development: three acres.
(2) 
Minimum lot width for a development: 150 feet.
(3) 
Minimum yards from site perimeter:
(a) 
Primary structure: 50 feet.
(b) 
Accessory structure: 30 feet.
(4) 
Parking lot minimum yards:
(a) 
Site perimeter: 10 feet.
(b) 
Residential building: 20 feet.
(5) 
Minimum building separation: 35 feet.
(6) 
Maximum number of units per building: 10.
(7) 
Maximum building length: 200 feet.
C. 
Townhouses.
(1) 
Minimum lot area and width:
Bedrooms
Minimum Lot Area Per Unit
(square feet)
Minimum Lot Width
(feet)
1
1,600
18
2
1,800
20
3
2,000
22
4
2,200
24
5
2,400
26
(2) 
Minimum tract size for a development: one acre.
(3) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet.
(b) 
Side: zero feet (between units); 40 feet (between buildings).
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet.
D. 
Cluster Subdivision:
(1) 
Minimum yards, lot area, and width: See § 29-519 for the permitted deviation from the standards of § 29-401 for the various residential dwelling types.
(2) 
Minimum tract size for cluster development: three acres.
4. 
Special Exception Criteria.
A. 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses.
B. 
Off-street parking area shall be enclosed within a landscaped buffer when larger than five spaces in size.
C. 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
D. 
A site plan detailing parking, buffer area, sign placement and design, and pedestrian access shall accompany the application for a zoning permit.
E. 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
F. 
Minimum habitable floor area for residential use by dwelling type:
(1) 
One bedroom: 500 feet.
(2) 
Two bedrooms: 650 feet.
(3) 
Three bedrooms: 750 feet.
(4) 
Four bedrooms: 850 feet.
G. 
For residential uses, a minimum of 5% of the gross site area shall be developed as an on-site recreation area.

§ 29-403 Residential-Urban District (RU).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 86-5, 9/16/1986; by Ord. 89-11, 10/17/1989; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Single-family dwellings.
(2) 
Double dwellings.
(3) 
Accessory apartments.
(4) 
Funeral homes.
(5) 
Community living arrangements.
(6) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(7) 
Home occupations. (See § 29-514.)
(8) 
Essential services.
(9) 
Townhouses.
(10) 
Group homes.
(11) 
No-impact home-based businesses.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Multifamily dwellings (existing building prior to the effective date of this chapter).
(2) 
Multifamily land developments (new construction).
(3) 
Boarding/rooming houses.
(4) 
Parking lot (as a principal use).
(5) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(6) 
Business offices.
(7) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments/inns.
(8) 
Rooming/lodging houses.
(9) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
2. 
Coverage and Height Requirements.
A. 
Maximum impervious surface: 60%.
B. 
Maximum building coverage: 50%.
C. 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
3. 
Areas and Dimensions.
A. 
Single-Family Dwellings, Double Dwellings, Community Living Arrangements, and Multifamily Dwellings:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 7,500 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 75 feet.
(3) 
Minimum lot depth: 85 feet.
(4) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet (or the average of adjoining lots).
(b) 
Side: eight feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure).
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure); 10 feet (accessory structure adjacent to alley).
(5) 
Minimum habitable floor area by multifamily dwelling type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 500 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.
B. 
Accessory Apartments:
(1) 
The unit shall be subordinate in size and accessory in use to the principal use of the structure as a single-family dwelling or professional office.
(2) 
The minimum accessory apartment habitable floor area shall be 500 square feet.
(3) 
An accessory apartment shall not exceed 33% of the total habitable floor area of a single-family dwelling nor 50% of the habitable floor area of a professional office building.
(4) 
The accessory apartment shall be located within the principal building.
(5) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
C. 
Funeral Homes, Boarding/Rooming Houses:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 20,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 100 feet.
(3) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet (or average of adjoining lots).
(b) 
Side: 12 feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure).
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure); 10 feet (accessory structure adjacent to alley).
D. 
Multifamily Land Developments (New Construction):
(1) 
Minimum development area: one acre.
(2) 
Minimum development lot width: 100 feet.
(3) 
Minimum yards from site perimeter:
(a) 
Thirty feet (primary structure).
(b) 
Zero feet (accessory structure).
(c) 
Parking lot minimum yards:
1) 
Ten feet (site boundary).
2) 
Twenty feet (residential structure).
(4) 
Minimum building separation: 35 feet.
(5) 
Maximum number of units per building: 10.
(6) 
Maximum building length: 200 feet.
E. 
Townhouses:
(1) 
Minimum lot area and width:
Bedrooms
Minimum Lot Area Per Unit
(square feet)
Minimum Lot Width
(feet)
1
1,600
18
2
1,800
20
3
2,000
22
4
2,200
24
5
2,400
26
(2) 
Minimum lot depth: 85 feet.
(3) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet (or average of adjoining lots).
(b) 
Side: zero feet (between units); eight feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure).
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet (primary structure); three feet (accessory structure); 10 feet (accessory structure adjacent to alley).
(4) 
Minimum lot width for townhouse building: 100 feet.
4. 
Special Exception Criteria.
A. 
Multifamily Dwellings, Multifamily Land Developments (New Construction), and Public and Quasi-Public Uses:
(1) 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
(2) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses.
(3) 
Off-street parking area shall be enclosed within a landscaped buffer when larger than five spaces in size.
(4) 
A minimum of 5% of the gross site area shall be developed as an onsite recreation area (applies to multifamily land development only).
(5) 
Minimum habitable floor area for residential use by dwelling type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 500 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms: 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.
B. 
All Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
(2) 
A site plan detailing parking, buffer areas, sign placement and design, and pedestrian access shall accompany the application for a zoning permit.

§ 29-404 Residential Manufactured Housing District (RMH).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 86-5, 9/16/1986; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses.
(1) 
Single-family dwellings.
(2) 
Double dwellings.
(3) 
Mobile homes.
(4) 
Mobile home land developments.
(5) 
Funeral homes.
(6) 
Community living arrangements.
(7) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(8) 
Essential services.
(9) 
No-impact home-based businesses.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Multifamily land developments (new construction).
(2) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(3) 
Private licensed facilities.
(4) 
Business offices.
(5) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments/inns.
(6) 
Rooming/lodging house.
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
Single-Family Dwellings, Double Dwellings, Mobile Homes, Community Living Arrangements, and Professional Offices:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 8,400 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 70 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 40%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 30%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet.
(b) 
Side: 10 feet.
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet (primary structure); 10 feet (accessory structure).
(6) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
B. 
Private Licensed Facilities:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 40,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 125 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 40%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 25%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 25 feet.
(b) 
Side: 15 feet.
(c) 
Rear: 30 feet.
(6) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
C. 
Multifamily Land Developments (new construction):
(1) 
Minimum gross site area: one acre.
(2) 
Minimum gross site area width: 150 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 40%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 25%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Gross site boundary: 50 feet (primary structure).
(b) 
Gross site boundary: 30 feet (accessory structure).
(6) 
Parking lot minimum yards:
(a) 
Gross site boundary: 10 feet.
(b) 
Residential building: 20 feet.
(7) 
Minimum building separation: 35 feet.
(8) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(9) 
Maximum number of units per building: 10.
(10) 
Maximum building length: 200 feet.
(11) 
Maximum density: 12 dwelling units per acre of gross site area.
(12) 
Minimum habitable floor area by dwelling type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 500 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms: 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.
D. 
Mobile Home Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum gross site size: three acres.
(2) 
Minimum gross site area:
(a) 
Width: 150 feet.
(b) 
Maximum impervious surface: 40%.
(3) 
Minimum yards to mobile home lots and accessory structures:
(a) 
Gross site boundary: 50 feet.
(b) 
External road: 75 feet.
(4) 
Minimum mobile home lot dimensions:
(a) 
Width: 40 feet.
(b) 
Area: 5,000 feet.
(c) 
Side yards: 10 feet.
(5) 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
(6) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses and other residential districts.
(7) 
A minimum of 10% of the gross site area shall be developed as an onsite recreation area (excluding yards and buffer areas and mobile home lot areas).
(8) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
3. 
Special Exception Criteria.
A. 
Multifamily Land Developments, Private Licensed Facilities, and Public and Quasi-Public Uses:
(1) 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
(2) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses.
(3) 
Off-street parking area shall be enclosed within landscaped buffer areas when larger than five spaces in size.
(4) 
A minimum of 5% of the gross site area shall be developed as an onsite recreation area (public and quasi-public uses excluded).
(5) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
(6) 
Minimum habitable floor area by dwelling type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 500 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms: 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.

§ 29-405 General Commercial District (GC).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 86-5, 9/16/1986; by Ord. 94-05, 8/16/1994; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Retail business establishments.
(2) 
Wholesale business establishments.
(3) 
Business offices.
(4) 
Funeral homes.
(5) 
Restaurants.
(6) 
Automotive repair facilities.
(7) 
Gasoline filling stations.
(8) 
Convenience markets (including gasoline sales).
(9) 
Agricultural businesses.
(10) 
Personal service and repair facilities.
(11) 
Printing houses.
(12) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(13) 
Essential services.
(14) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(15) 
Craft manufacturing facilities.
(16) 
Commercial land developments.
(17) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments/inns.
(18) 
Rooming/lodging house.
(19) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
(20) 
Single-family dwellings.
(21) 
Double dwellings.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Multifamily land developments.
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
All Uses, Except Commercial Land Developments and Multifamily Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 15,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 80 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 95%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 50%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 50 feet.
(b) 
Side: 10 feet; 20 feet (abutting residential district).
(c) 
Rear: 20 feet; 30 feet (abutting residential district).
(6) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(7) 
Minimum green area coverage: 5%.
(8) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
B. 
Commercial Land Developments:
[Amended by Ord. 2010-2, 6/1/2010, §§ 1, 2]
(1) 
(Reserved)
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 75 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 80%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 30%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 50 feet.
(b) 
Side: 10 feet; 20 feet (abutting residential district).
(c) 
Rear: 20 feet; 40 feet (abutting residential district).
(6) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(7) 
Minimum green area coverage: 10%.
(8) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses.
(9) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
C. 
Multifamily Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum gross site area: one acre.
(2) 
Minimum gross site area width: 150 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 60%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 50%.
(5) 
Minimum green area coverage: 5%.
(6) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Gross site boundary (principal structure): 50 feet.
(b) 
Gross site boundary (accessory structure): 30 feet.
(7) 
Parking lot minimum yards:
(a) 
Gross site boundary: 10 feet.
(b) 
Residential building: 20 feet.
(8) 
Minimum building separation: 35 feet.
(9) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(10) 
Maximum number of units per building: 10.
(11) 
Maximum building length: 200+ feet.
(12) 
Maximum density: 12 dwelling units per acres of gross site area.
(13) 
Minimum habitable floor area by dwelling type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 500 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms: 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.

§ 29-406 Downtown District (DD).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 86-5, 9/16/1986; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Retail business establishments.
(2) 
Wholesale business establishments.
(3) 
Business offices.
(4) 
Funeral homes.
(5) 
Restaurants.
(6) 
Clubs, lodges, museums, and indoor recreation facilities.
(7) 
Personal service.
(8) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(9) 
Essential services.
(10) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(11) 
Parking lot (as a principal use).
(12) 
Single-family dwellings.
(13) 
Accessory apartments (second or third floor only).
(14) 
Multifamily dwellings (second or third floor only).
(15) 
Hotels and motels.
(16) 
Mix of any uses noted above. (Mixed-use projects and buildings must contain office or commercial space on 100% of the first-floor area).
(17) 
Community living arrangements.
(18) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments/inns.
(19) 
Rooming/lodging house (second or third floor only).
(20) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
(21) 
Home occupations.
(22) 
No-impact home-based businesses.
B. 
Special Exception Uses: (none).
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
All Uses:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 6,000 feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 60 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 100%.
(4) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: zero feet.
(b) 
Side: zero feet.
(c) 
Rear: zero feet.
(5) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(6) 
Minimum habitable floor area by dwelling unit type:
(a) 
One bedroom: 550 square feet.
(b) 
Two bedrooms: 650 square feet.
(c) 
Three bedrooms: 750 square feet.
(d) 
Four bedrooms: 850 square feet.
(7) 
The parking standards of § 29-510 shall only pertain to existing and proposed residential uses in the DD District. All other uses shall be exempted from parking requirements. For residential uses, the following additional standards shall pertain:
(a) 
Only off-street parking spaces shall be utilized to meet the required standards, although leased off-site spaces may be utilized for this purpose. Parking spaces shall only be counted once for tabulation purposes unless a satisfactory shared parking agreement is provided with the zoning permit application. All off-site or leased parking spaces must be within 600 feet of the premises in question.
(b) 
Lease information and a site plan detailing parking areas, aisles, and pedestrianways shall also accompany the zoning permit application.
(c) 
The site plan shall further indicate lot and building dimensions and space allocations for existing and proposed uses.

§ 29-407 Commercial Manufacturing District (CM).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 87-4, 3/31/1986; by Ord. 93-06, 6/10/1993; by Ord. 2007-4, 9/18/2007; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Retail business establishments.
(2) 
Wholesale business establishments.
(3) 
Manufacturing uses.
(4) 
Agricultural businesses.
(5) 
Personal service and repair facilities.
(6) 
Printing houses.
(7) 
Warehouses.
(8) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(9) 
Essential services.
(10) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(11) 
Industrial land developments.
(12) 
Restaurants.
(13) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
(14) 
Storage units. (See § 29-515.)
(15) 
Single-family dwellings.
(16) 
Double dwellings.
(17) 
Bed-and-breakfast establishments.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Meat-processing facilities.
(2) 
With respect to existing structures:
(a) 
Multifamily land developments.
(3) 
Adult uses.
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
All Permitted Uses, Except Industrial Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 20,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 100 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 90%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 50%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 15 feet.
(b) 
Side: 10 feet; 20 feet (abutting residential district).
(c) 
Rear: 20 feet; 30 feet (abutting residential district).
(6) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(7) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
B. 
Industrial Land Developments:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: five acres.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 600 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 90%.
(4) 
Maximum building coverage: 50%.
(5) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 50 feet.
(b) 
Side: 100 feet.
(c) 
Rear: 100 feet.
(6) 
Minimum distance between buildings: 40 feet.
(7) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
(8) 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
(9) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining single- or double-family residential uses.
(10) 
Off-street parking area shall be enclosed within landscaped buffer area.
(11) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
C. 
Meat-Processing Facilities:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 40,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 125 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 30%.
(4) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Distance from any residential use or district: 500 feet.
(b) 
Front: 50 feet.
(c) 
Side: 20 feet.
(d) 
Rear: 20 feet.
(5) 
Maximum building height: 35 feet.
D. 
Adult Uses:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 20,000 square feet.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 200 feet.
(3) 
Minimum building coverage: 30%.
(4) 
Minimum impervious coverage: 60%.
(5) 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.
(6) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 15 feet.
(b) 
Rear: 10 feet.
(c) 
Side: 20 feet.
3. 
Special Exception Criteria.
A. 
Meat-Processing Facilities:
(1) 
Public sewage and water facilities are required.
(2) 
All operations shall be enclosed within buildings.
(3) 
Certain supplemental regulations may apply.
B. 
All Residential Uses:
(1) 
Applicants are encourage to maintain existing buildings for commercial or manufacturing uses.
(2) 
A landscaped buffer area shall be provided along all external boundaries adjoining any commercial or manufacturing use.
(3) 
All dwelling units shall comply with all the coverage, height, area, and dimension standards established in the RU and RS Districts.
C. 
Adult Uses:
(1) 
No adult use shall be located within 500 feet of any residential district.
(2) 
No adult use shall be located within 1,000 feet of any public park or playground, school, church, child-care facility or other area where minors congregate.
(3) 
No adult use shall be located within 500 feet of any other adult use.
(4) 
No adult use shall be conducted in any manner that permits the observation of any material depicting, describing or related to specified sexual activities or specified anatomical areas from any public way or from any property not permitted as an adult use. This provision shall apply to any display, decoration, sign, show window, door, or other opening.
(5) 
Screening shall comply with § 29-506 of this Chapter.
(6) 
No adult use shall be conducted in any manner that violates any of the provisions of § 29-510, Off-Street Parking, of this Chapter.
(7) 
No adult use shall be located within 500 feet of any establishment licensed by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to dispense alcoholic beverages.
(8) 
Outdoor lighting shall comply with § 29-518 of this Chapter.
(9) 
No signs shall depict, display or describe any portion of the human anatomy or specified sexual activities as defined in Part 2 of this Chapter. Signage shall comply with § 29-516 of this Chapter.
(10) 
Any adult use that violates any provision of this Chapter or any other applicable Borough ordinance shall have its zoning permit terminated within 30 days of being found in violation by the District Magistrate.

§ 29-408 Agricultural District (A).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 2004-2, 3/16/2004; and by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Agriculture.
(2) 
Agricultural businesses.
(3) 
Kennels.
(4) 
Accessory structures. (See § 29-505.)
(5) 
Essential services.
(6) 
Single-family detached dwellings.
(7) 
No-impact home-based businesses.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Public and quasi-public uses.
(2) 
Commercial communications transmitting and receiving facilities. (See § 29-518.)
(3) 
Group child-care home or child-care center.
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
Agriculture and Single-Family Detached Dwellings:
(1) 
Minimum lot size: 10 acres.
(2) 
Minimum lot width: 250 feet.
(3) 
Maximum impervious surface: 5%.
(4) 
Minimum yards:
(a) 
Front: 50 feet.
(b) 
Side: 25 feet.
(c) 
Rear: 50 feet.
(5) 
Maximum building height: none.
3. 
Special Exception Criteria.
A. 
Commercial communications transmitting and receiving facilities: see § 29-518.
B. 
All kennel operations shall be enclosed within buildings.
C. 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.

§ 29-409 Open Space and Recreation District (OSR).

[Ord. 84-14, 12/18/1984; as amended by Ord. 2008-1, 4/15/2008]
1. 
Use Regulations.
A. 
Permitted Uses:
(1) 
Outdoor recreation facilities.
(2) 
Accessory uses.
(3) 
Essential services.
B. 
Special Exception Uses:
(1) 
Commercial communications transmitting and receiving facilities. (See § 29-518.)
2. 
Area and Bulk Regulations and Controls.
A. 
Minimum Yards (Building and Playing Areas):
(1) 
Distance to a street: 25 feet.
(2) 
Distance to a property line: 10 feet.
(3) 
Distance to another building: 25 feet.
B. 
Maximum building height: 20 feet.
C. 
Other supplemental regulations may apply.