Purpose and intention. This quarter is mainly intended to be applied to the A1A plots Scenic Corridor. The neighborhood can be used to implement the Low Intensity Mixed Use category of the Future Development Plan. Commercial uses are limited to those that have a low impact on established residential uses and the general character of the corridor; that is, they are not major generators of automobile traffic, are not dependent on sales or outdoor storage, and are of a scale consistent with the primary residential use of the neighborhood. The permitted uses must be harmonious in appearance and have landscaped green spaces that meet or exceed the requirements of this land use code.
Uses authorized as of right. No building or structure, or part thereof, may be erected, modified or used, nor any land or water used, in whole or in part, for purposes other than one or more of the following uses:
Single-family dwellings, but not mobile dwellings.
Normal accessory uses and accessories to single-family dwellings.
Home occupancy (subject to the home occupancy guidelines in subsection 3.07.03G).
Short term vacation rentals.
Any use not expressly authorized by law or by special exception.
Adult entertainment establishments within the meaning of Articles 19-71 et seq. of the Flagler County Code, “Sexually Oriented Adult Entertainment and Business Establishments”, and including any production and / or distribution of adult mannequins distributed over the Internet or by computer.
Sale, service and display of vehicles including automobiles, trucks, boats, recreational vehicles and car / truck washes.
Tattoo parlors and / or body piercing establishments.
Drive through sales unless specifically permitted.
Storage and mini-storage.
An arcade game center for adults or other business or similar entertainment enterprise in which electronic, mechanical, coin-operated, games of chance or skill games are played, whether for a consideration or not when the games are similar or in nature to slot machines.
Outdoor storage for commercial boat, RV or vehicle.
Check cashing and payday advance.
Special exceptions allowed. The following uses are only authorized if the town planning council finds that each use in a specified location complies with the applicable directives. Such uses may be limited as to location, size, appearance, operation and may be subject to conditions and warranties attached to any approval.
Bed and breakfast.
Business and professional offices such as:
Brokers, real estate and others; i.e. mutual funds, stocks, bonds, etc.
Professional consultants such as, but not limited to:
Medical and dental practices such as, but not limited to:
Doctors and surgeons.
Certified massage therapists and physiotherapists.
Tax advisers or tax experts.
Other professional office uses of a similar nature to those listed may be permitted if the planning board determines that such uses are appropriate.
Banks: passage by car on one lane.
Pharmacy — Not to exceed two thousand five hundred (2,500) square feet of gross floor area and not allow more than one single lane.
Veterinarian (no pension).
Restaurant — Sit down only. The maximum capacity of one hundred and sixty (160). No passage authorized. A maximum of twenty-five (25) percent of the reception capacity may be outside or visually shielded from adjacent rights-of-way. Accidental consumption of alcoholic beverages on premises may be considered to be part of a special exception request.
Art gallery / artist workshop.
Dry clean, deposit only, no plants.
Hairdressing salons, beauty institutes, day spa.
Private schools, maximum academic enrollment of one hundred (100) students.
Educational schools such as pottery, martial arts dance, theater.
Retail store, boutique (ITE # 870), niche or specialty store (ITE # 814) having a maximum gross floor area of two thousand five hundred (2,500) square feet.
Residential accommodation (s) when it is an integral and contiguous part of a commercial structure and is located behind or above the commercial structure.
Dimensional requirements for single-family homes.
Minimum lot size:
Area: Nine thousand (9,000) square feet.
Width: seventy-five (75) feet.
Minimum shrinkage requirements for main structures:
Thirty-five (35) feet if the depth of the property exceeds one hundred (100) feet.
Twenty-five (25) feet if one hundred (100) feet or less.
Front yard of ocean front lots: Twenty (20) feet.
Backyard: Twenty (20) feet.
Indoor court: Seven and a half feet (7.5)
Adjoining any street: twenty-five (25) feet.
Maximum building height: Thirty-five (35) feet.
Maximum Lot Coverage: The total area covered by the main and accessory buildings must not exceed thirty-five (35) percent.
Minimum permeable area: Thirty (30) percent.
Minimum living area: One thousand (1000) square feet.
Development requirements for exceptional uses
Minimum site size:
Area: Ten thousand (10,000) square feet.
Width: eighty (80) feet.
Minimum shrinkage requirements for structures:
Front yard: A minimum of twenty-five (25) feet for properties with a land depth of one hundred (100) feet or less, and for properties with a land depth greater than one hundred (100) feet, a minimum of twenty five (25 percent of the lot depth, up to forty (40) feet).
Backyard: twenty-five (25) feet.
Side yard: Ten (10) feet.
Corner side yard: Twenty-five (25) feet.
Maximum building height: Thirty-five (35) feet.
Maximum Lot Coverage: The total area of the lot covered by the main and accessory buildings must not exceed thirty (30) percent.
Minimum permeable area: Thirty-five (35) percent.
Buffer courses according to section 5.01.04, A1A Scenic Hallway standards, if applicable.
The applicable design standards of section 3.06.11, A1A Scenic Hallway overlay neighborhood.
Site development plan requirements for exceptional uses. A site development plan in accordance with the requirements of Schedule B (Site Development Plan Review) of the Flagler County Land Development Code, such as signage plan, landscaping plan and building elevations in accordance with A1A regulations Scenic A corridor will be required for a simultaneous review. The site development plan, with all the improvements proposed, must illustrate a tree-based study of all the index trees on the site to be deleted or kept.
(Ord. N ° 01-26, § B., 17-12-01; Ord. N ° 04-11, § 3, 8-16-04; Ord. N ° 06-14, § 2, 6-19 -06; Ordinance n ° 2015-02, § 2.A.13, 2-19-15; Or. N ° 2016-01, § 2.A.13, 1-11-16)