City of Oak Grove, MO
Jackson County
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[Ord. No. 1383 §400, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. This district is intended to provide a location for land situated on the fringe of the developed area of the City and used for agricultural purposes but that may become developed in the future. Generally, "A" Agricultural Districts will be near development; therefore, the agricultural activities conducted in the "A" Agricultural District should not be detrimental to urban land uses. The types of uses and the area and intensity of use permitted in this district shall encourage and protect agricultural uses until urbanization is warranted and the appropriate change in district classification is made.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "A" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "A" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. The minimum lot size shall be three (3) acres.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be two hundred (200) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be fifty (50) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be fifty (50) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be twenty-five percent (25%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be thirty-five (35) feet.
8. 
Prohibitions. It is specifically provided that no basement houses, house trailers, mobile homes or temporary buildings or structures shall be permitted in this district.
[Ord. No. 1383 §401, 1-6-2003; Ord. No. 1515 §3, 6-5-2006]
A. 
Purpose. The purpose of the Single-Family District is intended to accommodate and protect moderate density single-family residential development.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "R-1" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "R-1" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. Minimum lot sizes shall be calculated based on usable open space, which shall be no less than nine thousand (9,000) square feet.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be twenty-five (25) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be ten (10) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be thirty-five percent (35%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be thirty-five (35) feet.
8. 
Prohibitions. It is specifically provided that no basement houses, house trailers, mobile homes or temporary buildings or structures shall be permitted in this district.
[Ord. No. 1383 §402, 1-6-2003; Ord. No. 1515 §§4 — 5, 6-5-2006]
A. 
Purpose. The "R-2" Two-Family Dwelling District is intended primarily to accommodate duplex and single-family residential development.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "R-2" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "R-2" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. Minimum lot sizes for the "R-2" District shall be calculated based on usable open space which shall be no less than the following:
a. 
Single-family detached: eight thousand (8,000) square feet;
b. 
Single-family attached: five thousand (5,000) square feet per unit;
c. 
Duplex residential: ten thousand (10,000) square feet (five thousand (5,000) square feet per unit); and
d. 
Other uses: eight thousand (8,000) square feet.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be ninety (90) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be twenty-five (25) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be ten (10) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be thirty-five percent (35%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be thirty-five (35) feet.
8. 
Prohibitions. It is specifically provided that no basement houses, house trailers, mobile homes or temporary buildings or structures shall be permitted in this district.
[Ord. No. 1383 §403, 1-6-2003; Ord. No. 1515 §6, 6-5-2006]
A. 
Purpose. The "R-3" Multiple-Family District is intended primarily to accommodate non-elevator residential development at low densities. This district is intended to be applied to lands with direct access to arterial streets and shopping areas. When sound site planning techniques are used, the "R-3" District can be an appropriate classification within established neighborhood areas, including those containing two-family and single-family dwellings.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "R-3" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "R-3" District shall be subject to the following property development standards, provided that the standards shall not be interpreted as precluding zero lot line development or individual duplex and single-family dwellings:
1. 
Lot size. The minimum lot sizes for the "R-3" District shall be calculated based on usable open space which shall be no less than the following:
a. 
Single-family detached: seven thousand two hundred (7,200) square feet;
b. 
Single-family attached: five thousand (5,000) square feet per unit;
c. 
Duplex residential: ten thousand (10,000) square feet (five thousand (5,000) square feet per unit);
d. 
Multi-family: three thousand (3,000) square feet per unit; and
e. 
Other uses: seven thousand two hundred (7,200) square feet.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be one hundred (100) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be fifteen (15) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be thirty-five percent (35%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be forty (40) feet.
8. 
Prohibitions. It is specifically provided that no basement houses, house trailers, mobile homes or temporary buildings or structures shall be permitted in this district.
9. 
Special multi-family development standards. Multi-family development shall be subject to the Special Use Standards of Section 405.205.
[Ord. No. 1383 §404, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. The Neighborhood Commercial District in intended to provide commercial locations for small areas of convenience shopping facilities in and near residential neighborhoods. Such convenience shopping facilities will often occupy a small area, frequently at an intersection or on a major street, in an area that is otherwise wholly residential.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "C-1" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "C-1" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. There shall no minimum lot size standard in the "C-1" District.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be twenty (20) feet.
4. 
Side setback. No minimum side setback shall be required, provided that when the side setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-2" or less intensive, the minimum side setback shall be twenty-five (25) feet and when the side setback is adjacent to lots zoned "R-3", the minimum side setback shall be fifteen (15) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. No minimum rear setback shall be required, provided that when the rear setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-3" or less intensive, the minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be sixty-five percent (65%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be thirty-five (35) feet.
D. 
Supplemental Standards. The following supplemental standards shall apply in the "C-1" District:
1. 
Floor area limit. No separate business establishment shall occupy more than five thousand (5,000) square feet of floor space. Each separate business establishment shall be physically separated and operate independently from adjacent business establishments.
2. 
Outdoor storage and display. No outdoor display or storage of merchandise shall be allowed within the "C-1" District, except that the Zoning Officer may approve temporary displays of seasonal merchandise in accordance with the standards of Section 405.255. In no event may the outdoor storage or display of materials be located on public right-of-way.
3. 
Drive-through services. No drive-in or drive-through service windows, such as those sometimes associated with banks or fast-food restaurants, shall be allowed in the "C-1" District.
4. 
Gasoline sales. No gasoline sales shall be allowed in the "C-1" District.
[Ord. No. 1383 §405, 1-6-2003; Ord. No. 1565 §11, 4-2-2007]
A. 
Purpose. The "C-2" Central Business District is intended primarily to accommodate major business services and retail business activity related to the core area of the City. Limited residential uses shall be permitted in accordance with Section 405.205(X).
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "C-2" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "C-2" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. There shall be no minimum lot size standard in the "C-2" District.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet, except on existing lots adjacent to Broadway from South 10th Street to South 14th Street.
3. 
Front setback. There shall be no required minimum front setback in the "C-2" District.
4. 
Side setback. No minimum side setback shall be required, provided that when the side setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-2" or less intensive, the minimum side setback shall be twenty (20) feet. When adjacent to lots zoned "R-3" or "C-1", the minimum side setback shall be fifteen (15) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. No minimum rear setback shall be required, provided that when the rear setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-3" or less intensive, the minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. There is no maximum building coverage limit in the "C-2" District.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be fifty (50) feet.
D. 
Supplemental Standards. The following supplemental standards shall apply in the "C-2" District:
1. 
Outdoor storage and display. Outdoor display and storage of merchandise shall be allowed within the "C-2" District in accordance with the standards of Section 405.255. In no event may the outdoor storage or display of materials be located on public right-of-way.
2. 
Projections in right-of-way. Marquees and awnings may project over public right-of-way but shall not project beyond the back-of-curb line and shall not interfere with the use of the public right-of-way.
[Ord. No. 1383 §406, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. The "C-3" District is intended to accommodate general trades and commercial services at specific points on arterials outside central or neighborhood business districts. The "C-3" District is particularly appropriate adjoining a major highway. Such an areas draws highway uses such as restaurants, service stations and motels that are not totally compatible with shopping center developments but that may be grouped together advantageously as highway service centers.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "C-3" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "C-3" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Lot size. There shall be no minimum lot size standard in the "C-3" District.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be fifteen (15) feet when adjacent to local streets and twenty-five (25) feet when adjacent to any other type of street.
4. 
Side setback. No minimum side setback shall be required, provided that when the side setback is adjacent to lots zoned "C-1" or less intensive, the minimum side setback shall be thirty (30) feet. When adjacent to lots zoned "M-1" or "M-2", the minimum side setback shall be twenty (20) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. No minimum rear setback shall be required, provided that when the rear setback is adjacent to lots zoned "C-1" or less intensive, the minimum rear setback shall be thirty (30) feet. When adjacent to lots zoned "M-1" or "M-2", the minimum rear setback shall be twenty (20) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be seventy-five percent (75%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be sixty (60) feet.
D. 
Supplemental Standards. The following supplemental standards shall apply in the "C-3" District:
1. 
Outdoor storage and display. Outdoor display and outdoor storage of merchandise shall be allowed within the "C-3" District in accordance with the standards of Section 405.255. In no event may the outdoor storage or display of materials be located on public right-of-way.
[Ord. No. 1383 §407, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. The "M-1" Light Industrial District is intended primarily to accommodate industries that produce finished products from semi-finished materials and require little or no outside storage of materials. The district provides locations for limited manufacturing and industrial activities with limited land use impacts, primarily traffic generated by delivery vehicles and employees.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "M-1" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "M-1" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Minimum district size. There shall be no minimum lot size standard in the "M-1" District.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be forty (40) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be twenty (20) feet, provided that when the side setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-3" or less intensive, the minimum side setback shall be forty (40) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be twenty (20) feet, provided that when the rear setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "R-3" or less intensive, the minimum rear setback shall be forty (40) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be eighty-five percent (85%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be forty-five (45) feet.
D. 
Supplemental Standards. The following supplemental standards shall apply in the "M-1" District:
1. 
Outdoor storage and display. No outdoor storage shall be allowed in the "M-1" District unless it is completely screened from view of rights-of-way and more restrictive zoning districts. In no event may the outdoor storage or display of materials be located on public right-of-way.
[Ord. No. 1383 §408, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. The "M-2" Heavy Industrial District is intended primarily to accommodate basic manufacturing industries and related industrial activities and to protect such uses from encroachment by uses that are incompatible with industrial processing and intensive uses.
B. 
Uses. Uses shall be allowed in the "M-2" District in accordance with the Use Table of Section 405.200.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note — The Use Table is included as an attachment to this chapter.
C. 
Property Development Standards. Each site in the "M-2" District shall be subject to the following property development standards:
1. 
Minimum district size. The minimum size of an "M-2" District shall be five (5) contiguous acres.
2. 
Lot width. The minimum lot width shall be seventy-five (75) feet.
3. 
Front setback. The minimum front setback shall be forty (40) feet.
4. 
Side setback. The minimum side setback shall be twenty (20) feet, provided that when the side setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "C-1" or less intensive, the minimum side setback shall be fifty (50) feet.
5. 
Rear setback. The minimum rear setback shall be twenty (20) feet, provided that when the rear setback area is adjacent to lots zoned "C-1" or less intensive, the minimum rear setback shall be fifty (50) feet.
6. 
Building coverage. The maximum building coverage shall be eighty-five percent (85%) of the lot area.
7. 
Height. The maximum height shall be forty-five (45) feet.
[Ord. No. 1383 §409, 1-6-2003]
A. 
Purpose. The purpose of the Planned Unit Development is to encourage the unified design of residential, commercial, office, professional services, retail and institutional uses and facilities or combinations thereof in accordance with an approved comprehensive development plan. This district provides for greater flexibility in the design of buildings, yards, courts and circulation that is provided by other districts. See also Section 405.090 for requirements of the Planned Unit Development.
B. 
Uses. Any use listed in Section 405.200 of this Title may be permitted. However, each use must be listed on the "PUD" and approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Board of Aldermen.
C. 
Development Standards. Minimum standards for developments in this district are set forth as follows: The "PUD" District in this Chapter is a floating zone. Although the specific conditions within this district are predetermined, the location of a proposed district must be carefully reviewed to assure that these conditions can be met. "PUD" concept plan and "PUD" final plan shall be submitted by each applicant for "PUD" zoning in accordance with the provisions and conditions outlined herein.
D. 
General Provisions. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall make a report to the Board of Aldermen setting forth its reason for approval of the application, along with specific evidence and facts showing that the proposed "PUD" meets the following conditions:
1. 
Said Planned Unit Development shall be in general conformity with the provisions of the adopted Comprehensive Plan; and
2. 
Said Planned Unit Development shall not have a substantially adverse effect on the development of the neighboring area.
E. 
The "PUD" District may be established exclusively for residential, commercial or industrial development or any combination of those types of development.
The Use Table is included as an attachment to Chapter 405.