City of Hazelwood, MO
St. Louis County
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[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for very low density single-family residential development on large lots which is intended to reflect a semi-suburban or rural character preserving the open character of the area and which provides for development of those areas which may exhibit development limitations in respect to topography, drainage, infrastructure, accessibility, etc.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "NU" Non-Urban District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed two and one-half (2½) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "NU" Non-Urban District having a depth of not less than forty-five (45) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than ten (10) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. Front yards shall conform to minimum standard widths of streets and roads and to future street and highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
When a lot has double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be complied with on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter for dwellings located on interior lots, there shall be a side yard on each side of the main building of not less than twenty (20) feet for dwellings of one (1) story and of not less than thirty-five (35) feet for dwellings of more than one (1) story. In the case of a corner lot, the side yard shall not be less than thirty-five (35) feet.
(2) 
Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, unattached buildings accessory to dwellings shall have a side yard of not less than twenty (20) feet.
(3) 
Main and accessory buildings, other than dwellings and buildings accessory to dwellings, shall set back from all side lot lines a distance of not less than thirty (30) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. There shall be a rear yard for a main building of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, whichever amount is smaller. Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, unattached buildings of accessory use may be located in the rear yard of a main building, but not closer than twenty (20) feet to the rear lot line.
d. 
Lot width. For dwellings there shall be a minimum lot width of one hundred twenty-five (125) feet measured at the front yard setback line.
e. 
Intensity of use. For each dwelling and buildings accessory thereto, there shall be a lot area of not less than three (3) acres (one hundred thirty thousand six hundred eighty (130,680) square feet).
f. 
Structure coverage. Main and accessory buildings and/or accessory structures shall not cover more than thirty percent (30%) of the lot area on interior lots and thirty-five percent (35%) of the lot area on corner lots; accessory buildings shall not cover more than twenty percent (20%) of the rear yard.
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for low-density single-family residential development of a suburban character accessible to public utilities and transportation facilities, complemented with certain compatible recreational and public uses as special uses regulated to ensure compatibility with the principal use of this district.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-1" Single-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed two (2) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "R-1" Single-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than forty-five (45) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than ten (10) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. Front yards shall conform to minimum standard widths of streets and roads and to future street and highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
When lots have a double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be complied with on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard on each side of the building having a width of not less than ten (10) feet.
(2) 
Whenever a lot of record existing prior to the adoption of this Chapter has a width of fifty (50) feet or less, the side yard on each side of a building may be reduced to a width of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot, but in no instance shall it be less than four (4) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
d. 
Lot width. There shall be a minimum lot width of seventy (70) feet.
e. 
Intensity of use. Every lot or tract of land shall have an area of not less than one (1) acre (forty-three thousand five hundred sixty (43,560) square feet).
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for low/medium density single-family residential development of a suburban character accessible to public utilities and transportation facilities, complemented with certain compatible recreational and public uses as special uses regulated to ensure compatibility with the principal use of this district.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-2" Single-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "R-2" Single-Family Dwelling District shall exceed two (2) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "R-2" Single-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than forty-five (45) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than ten (10) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. Front yards shall conform to minimum standard widths of streets and roads and to future street and highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
Where lots have a double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be complied with on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard on each side of the building having a width of not less than ten (10) feet.
(2) 
Whenever a lot of record existing prior to the adoption of this Chapter has a width of fifty (50) feet or less, the side yard on each side of a building may be reduced to a width of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot, but in no instance shall it be less than four (4) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
d. 
Lot width. There shall be a minimum lot width of sixty-five (65) feet.
e. 
Intensity of use. Every lot or tract of land shall have an area of not less than twenty thousand (20,000) square feet, except that if a lot or tract has less area than herein required and was a lot of record prior to the adoption of this Chapter, that lot or tract may be used for any of the uses permitted in this Section, subject to the requirements of Sections 405.110 and 405.120 (old ordinance).
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for medium/high density single-family residential development of a suburban character accessible to public utilities and transportation facilities, complemented with certain compatible recreational and public uses as special uses regulated to ensure compatibility with the principal use of this district.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-3" Single-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "R-3" Single-Family Dwelling District shall exceed two (2) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in "R-3" Single-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than six (6) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. However, this regulation shall not be interpreted to require a front yard of more than sixty (60) feet unless the lot has frontage on a major highway, in which case front yards shall conform to the minimum standards for future highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
Where lots have a double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be provided for on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in the following paragraph and in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard on each side of the building having a width of not less than ten (10) feet.
(2) 
Whenever a lot of record existing prior to the adoption of this Chapter has a width of fifty (50) feet or less, the side yard on each side of a building may be reduced to a width of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot, but in no instance shall it be less than four (4) feet.
(3) 
There shall be a minimum lot width of sixty (60) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
d. 
Lot width. There shall be a minimum lot width of sixty (60) feet.
e. 
Intensity of use. Where a connection is made to a sanitary sewer with connection to an approved sewage treatment plan, every lot or tract of land shall have an area of not less than fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet, except, that if a lot or tract has less area than herein required and was a lot of record prior to the adoption of this Chapter, that lot or tract may be used for any of the uses permitted in this Section, subject to the requirements of Sections 405.110 and 405.120.
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for medium/high density single-family residential development of a suburban character accessible to public utilities and transportation facilities, complemented with certain compatible recreational and public uses as special uses regulated to ensure compatibility with the principal use of this district.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-4" Single-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "R-4" Single-Family Dwelling District shall exceed two (2) stories or thirty-five (35) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "R-4" Single-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than six (6) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. However, this regulation shall not be interpreted to require a front yard of more than sixty (60) feet unless the lot has frontage on a major highway, in which case front yards shall conform to the minimum standards for future highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
Where lots have a double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be provided for on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in the following paragraph and in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard on each side of the building having a width of not less than eight (8) feet.
(2) 
Whenever a lot of record existing prior to the adoption of this Chapter has a width of fifty (50) feet or less, the side yard on each side of a building may be reduced to a width of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot, but in no instance shall it be less than four (4) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
d. 
Lot width. There shall be a minimum lot width of sixty (60) feet.
e. 
Intensity of use. Where a connection is made to a sanitary sewer with connection to an approved sewage treatment plan, every lot or tract of land shall have an area of not less than ten thousand (10,000) square feet, except that if a lot or tract has less area than herein required and was a lot of record prior to the adoption of this Chapter, that lot or tract may be used for any of the uses permitted in this Section, subject to the requirements of Sections 405.110 and 405.120 (old ordinance).
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for high density single-family residential development of an urban character accessible to public utilities and transportation facilities, complemented with certain compatible recreational and public uses as special uses regulated to ensure compatibility with the principal use of this district.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-5" Single-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "R-5" Single-Family Dwelling District shall exceed two (2) stories or twenty-five (25) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "R-5" Single-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than six (6) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. However, this regulation shall not be interpreted to require a front yard of more than sixty (60) feet unless the lot has frontage on a major highway, in which case front yards shall conform to the minimum standards for future highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
When lots have a double frontage, the front yard requirements shall be provided for on both streets.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in the following paragraph and in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard on each side of the building having a width of not less than six (6) feet.
(2) 
Whenever a lot of record existing prior to the adoption of this Chapter has a width of fifty (50) feet or less, the side yard on each side of a building may be reduced to a width of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot, but in no instance shall it be less than three (3) feet.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
d. 
Lot width. There shall be a minimum lot width of sixty (60) feet.
e. 
Intensity of use. Where connection is made to a sanitary sewer with connection to an approved sewage treatment plan, every lot or tract of land shall have an area of not less seven thousand five hundred (7,500) square feet, except that if a lot or tract has less area than herein required and was a lot of record prior to the adoption of this Chapter, that lot or tract may be used for any of the uses permitted in this Section, subject to the requirements of Sections 405.110 and 405.120.
[1]
Note—The former "CA" Single-Family Dwelling District, six thousand (6,000) square feet minimum lot size, no longer exists. From and after May 5, 1992, no land in the City of Hazelwood was rezoned to "CA" Single-Family Dwelling District. All lots of this zoning classification prior to the above date shall be considered legal conforming lots.
[Ord. No. 3674-05 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for a diversity of residential dwelling types with a higher density of population and intensity of use and which abut or are adjacent to such other uses, buildings, structures or amenities which support, complement or serve such a density of population and intensity of land use. Areas within this district are intended to be appropriately served by the public infrastructure and road system to support higher density development and also are to serve as a transitional use between lower density residential developments and non-residential developments.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), at the required front, side and rear yard lines, except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet, unless forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage on the same side of the street between two (2) intersecting streets is improved with buildings that have observed a front yard line with a variation in depth of not more than six (6) feet, in which case no building shall project beyond the average front yard so established. However, this regulation shall not be interpreted to require a front yard of more than sixty (60) feet unless the lot has frontage on a major highway, in which case front yards shall conform to the minimum standards for future highway widening according to setback lines as provided in this Chapter. Front yards shall be measured from the street right-of-way line to the front building line of the lot.
(2) 
When lots have a double frontage, a required front yard shall be provided for on both streets, except that the buildable depth of such lot shall not be reduced to less than forty (40) feet, in which latter event the Director of Public Works may waive this requirement as to the street which will least affect surrounding property values.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard of not less than ten (10) feet on each side of any building not exceeding two and one-half (2½) stories in height.
(2) 
There shall be a side yard of not less than fifteen (15) feet on each side of a building in excess of two and one-half (2½) stories in height.
(3) 
No side yard is required in condominium buildings between abutting condominium units when they are on separate lots, provided the development is in compliance with requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.180 "Condominiums".
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Except as otherwise provided for in this Chapter, for buildings not exceeding two and one-half (2½) stories in height, there shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet or twenty percent (20%) of the depth of the lot, rounded to the nearest whole foot, whichever amount is larger, but it need not exceed forty (40) feet.
(2) 
A three (3) story building shall have a rear yard of not less than forty (40) feet in depth.
d. 
Intensity of use.
Where a connection is made to a sanitary sewer with connection to an approved sewage treatment plan, the following shall apply:
(1) 
A lot on which there is erected a single-family dwelling shall contain an area of not less than seven thousand five hundred (7,500) square feet.
(2) 
A lot on which there is erected a two-family dwelling shall contain an area of not less than five thousand (5,000) square feet per family.
(3) 
A lot on which there is erected a multiple-family dwelling shall contain an area of not less than five thousand (5,000) square feet per family; provided that the minimum square foot area for a multiple dwelling shall not be less than fifteen thousand (15,000) square feet; and further provided, that single level or ranchette type construction shall provide a minimum area of not less than three thousand five hundred (3,500) square feet per family.
(4) 
Whenever a lot has less area than herein required and was of record prior to the adoption of this Chapter, that lot may be used only for single-family dwelling purposes or for any of the non-dwelling uses permitted in this Section, subject to the general provisions of Sections 405.110 and 405.120.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for retail and personal service type uses to serve the immediate residential neighborhoods. It is the intent of this district to provide for low intensity and small-scale commercial uses located and designed for compatibility with the adjacent residential areas.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "C-1" Neighborhood Commercial District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed one (1) story or twenty (20) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), at the required front, side and rear yard lines, except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat. There shall be a front yard in the "C-1" Neighborhood Commercial District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet.
b. 
Side yard. Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, there shall be a side yard of not less than ten (10) feet, except the side yard width shall be increased to a minimum of twenty (20) feet when adjacent to a residential district.
c. 
Rear yard. Except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, there shall be a minimum rear yard depth of fifteen (15) feet, except the rear yard depth shall be increased to a minimum of twenty-five (25) feet when adjacent to a residential district.
d. 
Intensity of use. Main and accessory buildings shall not cover more than thirty percent (30%) of the lot area and in no case shall the total gross floor area of buildings exceed the area of the lot.
e. 
Landscaping and screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide locations for a wide range of commercial, retail and service activities serving a large community trade area with business operations catering to the general public.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "C-2" General Commercial District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building in the "C-2" General Commercial District shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), at the required front, side and rear yard lines, except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat. There shall be a front yard in the "C-2" General Commercial District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
When a side yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
When a side yard is adjacent to an "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a residential district or City park, a side yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than six (6) feet.
(5) 
No side yard is required in condominium buildings between abutting condominium units when they are on separate lots, provided the development is in compliance with requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.180 "Condominiums".
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than an "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to an "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Dwelling District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a residential district or City park, a rear yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than ten (10) feet.
d. 
Intensity of use. There are no minimum lot area requirements for this district. Lots shall be of sufficient size and depth to accommodate the required setbacks and the off-street parking and loading requirements in Article XII.
e. 
Screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide areas adjacent and in close proximity to arterial and collector roads for retail, service and other commercial uses of a higher intensity and larger scale which serve the entire City of Hazelwood and surrounding area, including commuter traffic and which generate higher volumes of traffic.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "C-3" Highway Commercial District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
The uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit Appendix A shall comply with the following provisions:
a. 
All open display storage and display of merchandise, material and equipment shall be so screened by ornamental fencing or evergreen planting that it cannot be seen by a person standing on ground level in a dwelling district when located to the side or rear of the lot on which said open storage or display occurs; provided however, that screening shall be required not less than six (6) feet in height. All planting shall be kept neatly trimmed and maintained in good condition at all times. Merchandise and materials which are not completely assembled or which are not immediately and actively being offered for sale shall, in addition to complying with the above screening requirements, be so screened by ornamental fences or evergreen planting or by permanent buildings that they cannot be seen from a public street.
b. 
All yards unoccupied with buildings or merchandise or used as traffic ways shall be landscaped with grass and shrubs in good condition the year round.
c. 
Any lot used for the parking of vehicles, for the storage and display of merchandise and all driveways used for vehicle ingress and egress shall be durably paved with a sealed surface pavement and maintained in such a manner that no dust will be produced by continued use.
d. 
All servicing of vehicles and assembly of equipment carried on as an incidental part of the sales operation shall be conducted within a completely enclosed building, except for the refueling of vehicles and emergency servicing.
e. 
Driveways used for ingress and egress shall not exceed twenty-five (25) feet in width, exclusive of curb returns.
f. 
Outdoor lighting, when provided, shall have an arrangement of reflectors and an intensity of lighting which will not interfere with adjacent land uses or the use of adjacent streets and shall not be of a flashing or intermittent type.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), at the required front, side and rear yard lines, except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat. There shall be a front yard in the "C-3" Highway Commercial District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a residential district or City park, a side yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than six (6) feet.
(5) 
No side yard is required in condominium buildings between abutting condominium units when they are on separate lots, provided the development is in compliance with requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.180 "Condominiums".
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a dwelling district or City park, a rear yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than ten (10) feet.
d. 
Intensity of use. There are no minimum lot area requirements for this district. Lots shall be of sufficient size and depth to accommodate the required setbacks and the off-street parking and loading requirements in Article XII.
e. 
Screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for the operation of light manufacturing, assembling and fabrication, warehousing and wholesale and general office uses. Such operations are relatively free of objectionable influences (e.g. air and water pollutants, noise, vibration, odor, dust, heat, glare, lights) in their operation and appearance. The size and volume of raw materials and/or finished products produces a smaller volume of freight and associated traffic than that associated with uses in the "I-2" Heavy Industrial District.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "I-1" Light Industrial District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed eight (8) stories or one hundred (100) feet in height. Where a building is located on a lot abutting or adjoining a residential district or a publicly owned area, other than an alley or street, it shall not exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, unless it is set back one (1) foot from all required yard lines for each two (2) feet of additional height above forty-five (45) feet; provided, that no building shall be erected with a height that would conflict with any provision of this Chapter or other ordinance of the City or other governmental regulations regarding the height of buildings surrounding airports, land fields or land strips.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
All buildings shall set back from the street right-of-way line to provide a front yard having not less than thirty (30) feet in depth.
(2) 
Where a lot is located at the intersection of two (2) or more streets, the front yard requirements of the above paragraph shall apply to each street side of the corner lot;
except, that the buildable width of such lot shall not be reduced to less than thirty (30) feet. No accessory building shall project beyond the front yard line on either street.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Dwelling District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a residential district or City park, a side yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than six (6) feet.
(5) 
No side yard is required in condominium buildings between abutting condominium units when they are on separate lots, provided the development is in compliance with requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.180 "Condominiums".
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a residential district or City park, a rear yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than ten (10) feet.
d. 
Landscaping and screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for more intensive industrial uses, wholesale, warehousing and distribution and industrial storage facilities which may generate more freight and associated traffic as a result of these activities; and which may generate more light, heat, glare, air/water pollutants than that associated with uses in the "I-1" Light Industrial District.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "I-2" Heavy Industrial District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed eight (8) stories or one hundred (100) feet in height. Where a building is located on a lot abutting or adjoining a residential district or a publicly owned area, other than an alley or street, it shall not exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, unless it is set back one (1) foot from all required yard lines for each two (2) feet of additional height above forty-five (45) feet; provided, that no building shall be erected with a height that would conflict with any provision of this Chapter or other ordinance of the City or other governmental regulations regarding the height of buildings surrounding airports, land fields or land strips.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
All buildings shall set back from the street right-of-way line to provide a front yard having not less than thirty (30) feet in depth.
(2) 
Where a lot is located at the intersection of two (2) or more streets, the front yard requirements of the above paragraph shall apply to each street side of the corner lot; except, that the buildable width of such lot shall not be reduced to less than thirty (30) feet. No accessory building shall project beyond the front yard line on either street.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a dwelling district or City park, a side yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than six (6) feet.
(5) 
No side yard is required in condominium buildings between abutting condominium units when they are on separate lots, provided the development is in compliance with requirements and conditions contained in Section 410.180 "Condominiums".
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a dwelling district, other than the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to the "R-6" Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Gamily Residential District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
Where a research facility, professional or scientific laboratory is located adjacent to a dwelling district or City park, a rear yard of not less than one hundred (100) feet shall be required.
(4) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than ten (10) feet.
d. 
Landscaping and screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
Purpose And Intent Of District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide specific areas for community and public facilities and parks, recreation and open space, facilities and uses for public use and enjoyment.
B. 
Regulations. The regulations set forth in this Section or elsewhere in this Chapter, when referred to in this Section, are the regulations of the "P" Public District.
1. 
Permitted uses. The uses permitted in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
2. 
Special uses. Uses permitted with a Special Land Use Permit in this district are set forth in Appendix A (Use Regulations) of this Chapter.
3. 
Parking regulations. See Appendix B (Off-Street Parking and Loading Requirements) and Article XII "Off-Street Parking and Loading Regulations" of this Chapter.
4. 
Height regulations. No building shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height, whichever is lesser of the two (2), at the required front, side and rear yard lines, except as provided in Article IX, Section 405.335 of this Chapter.
5. 
Area regulations. The lawful use of any structure constructed in accordance with the regulations of St. Louis County prior to incorporation by the City of Hazelwood may be continued, provided no structural alterations or additions shall extend beyond existing setback requirements without a variance as provided in this Chapter. Appendix C provides a summary of area, setback and height regulations by zoning district.
a. 
Front yard, unless platted otherwise on original record plat.
(1) 
There shall be a front yard in the "P" Public District having a depth of not less than thirty (30) feet.
(2) 
When lots have a double frontage, a required front yard shall be provided for on both streets, except that the buildable depth of such lot shall not be reduced to less than forty (40) feet, in which latter event the Director of Public Works may waive this requirement as to the street which will least affect surrounding property values.
b. 
Side yard.
(1) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to a Single-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a side yard is adjacent to a Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Dwelling District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than six (6) feet.
c. 
Rear yard.
(1) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a Single-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, shall be provided not less than thirty-five (35) feet from the side property line.
(2) 
Where a rear yard is adjacent to a Multiple-Family Dwelling District, a green area, free of any construction, equal to the average amount of green area provided in the said Multiple-Family Dwelling District, shall be provided. In no case shall this required green area be less than ten (10) feet or greater than thirty-five (35) feet.
(3) 
In all other cases, no building shall be located closer to the property line than ten (10) feet.
d. 
Intensity of use. There are no minimum lot area requirements for this district. Lots shall be of sufficient size and depth to accommodate the required setbacks and the off-street parking and loading requirements in Article XII.
e. 
Landscaping and screening. See Article XIII "Landscaping and Screening Requirements" of this Chapter.
[Ord. No. 3674 §§1—3, 8-17-2005]
A. 
There is hereby created the "HD" Historic District Overlay Zoning District in the City of Hazelwood. Property in any zoning district of the City may also be designated as being in the "HD" Historic District Overlay Zoning District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 415 of the Municipal Code and in accord with the provisions of this Article.
B. 
Purpose And Intent. It is the purpose and intent of this district to promote the preservation, conservation, protection and use of structures, buildings and areas officially designated as having landmarks or historic district status in the City of Hazelwood.
C. 
Applicability Of Provisions. The provisions set forth in this district shall apply to all properties officially designated as having landmark and/or historic district status.
D. 
Procedure For Designating Property As Being In The Historic District.
1. 
Any structure, property or area of the City of Hazelwood may be designated as being in the "HD" Historic District Overlay Zoning District in accord with the provisions of Chapter 415 of the Municipal Code and the procedures hereinafter set forth.
2. 
Prior to the public hearing required by Section 415.160 of the Municipal Code, the City Clerk shall notify in writing the record owners of all property to be considered for inclusion in the "HD" Historic District, as shown by the records of the Assessor's office of St. Louis County, of the time and place of such hearing.
3. 
Following a public hearing by the City Council, the Council may, by ordinance, designate a structure, property or area as being the "HD" Historic District. As required by Section 415.170, the designation ordinance shall prescribe the specific significant exterior architectural features of the subject property; the types of construction, alteration, demolition and removal, other than those requiring a building or demolition permit, that should be reviewed for appropriateness and the design guidelines for applying the criteria for review for appropriateness under Chapter 415 of the Municipal Code. The designation ordinance may also establish special regulations on one (1) or more of the following matters as may be appropriate: permitted uses; special uses; specific height and area regulations; minimum and/or maximum dwelling size; minimum and/or maximum floor area of structures; minimum and/or maximum lot sizes; specific sign regulations and specific parking regulations.
4. 
If a bill proposing to designate a structure, property or area as being in the "HD" Historic District is introduced before the City Council, the City Clerk shall send a copy of such bill and a notice of the scheduled date for second (2nd) reading thereof by first class mail, postage prepaid, to each of the persons entitled to notice pursuant to Subsection (B) above following the first (1st) reading of such bill and at least five (5) business days prior to the scheduled second (2nd) reading thereof.
5. 
If a protest against a proposed designation of property as being in the "HD" Historic District duly signed and acknowledged by all the record owners of any one (1) or more properties proposed for such designation is filed with the City Clerk at any time prior to a second (2nd) reading of legislation providing for such designation, that property as to which a protest has been filed may not be included in the "HD" Historic District by the City Council.
The filing of a protest as provided herein may take place at any time during the nomination and consideration process described in this Article or Chapter 415 of the Municipal Code and shall precluded nomination and consideration of such designation as to that property at any time in the future unless the then current owner of the property consents to a proposed nomination and further consideration in writing.
E. 
"HD" Historic District Regulations.
1. 
Any structure, property or area designated as being in the "HD"-Historic District shall comply in all respects with any additional restrictions, limitations or conditions required by the designation ordinance, as well as all provisions of the zoning district in which the property is located which are not in conflict with the requirements of the designation ordinance.
2. 
The use, alteration or modification of any structure, property or area designated as being in the "HD" Historic District shall also be subject to the limitations, conditions and procedures required by Chapter 415 of the Municipal Code.
3. 
Any structure, property or area designated as being in the "HD" Historic District shall also be subject to and comply with all requirements of Chapters 500 and 505 of the Municipal Code which are not in conflict design guidelines and/or other requirements of the designation ordinance.
F. 
Identification Of Historic Landmarks And Districts. An appropriate plaque shall be designed and located by the City at each designated historic landmark and historic district.