Gravel Zone G

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4A-1 Permitted Uses

In Gravel Zone G, no building, structure, or land shall be used, and no building or structure shall be erected which is arranged, intended or designed to be used for other than one or more of the following uses:

  1. Sand and gravel excavation including gravel crushing, subject to all provisions of the Weber County
  2. Excavation Ordinance.
  3. Crushing gravel mined on the premises see – 4A-4 Additional Requirements.
  4. Contractor equipment storage yard – see 4A-4 Additional Requirements.

4A-2 Conditional Uses

  1. Clean Fill of Natural Depressions
  2. Signs as per Chapter 32 and 32B
  3. Public Utility Substations

4A-3 Area, Width, Lot and Height Regulations

Minimum lot area 40,000 ft2
Minimum lot width 150 ft
Minimum yard setbacks
  a. Front 30 ft
  b. Side
     i. Main building 20 ft each side
     iii. Accessory building 10 ft[1]
     iv. Accessory building > 1,000 ft2 [2]
  c. Side (facing street on corner lot) 20 ft
  d. Rear 30 ft
Main building height
  a. Minimum one story
  b. Maximum 35 ft
Notes:
  1. 10 ft except 1 foot if located at least 10 ft in rear of main building.
  2. See chapter 23-29.
Gravel excavation and accessory structures or buildings shall be located and operated not closer than one hundred (100) feet from any public street and not closer than fifty (50) feet from any property line, provided that gravel crushers shall be located not closer than six hundred (600) feet from a residential zone boundary and three hundred (300) feet from any existing residential structure and not closer than two hundred (200) feet from any public street.

4-4 Additional Requirements

Gravel Excavation

Gravel excavation and accessory structures or buildings shall be located and operated not closer than one hundred (100) feet from any public street and not closer than fifty (50) feet from any property line, provided that gravel crushers shall be located not closer than six hundred (600) feet from a residential zone boundary and three hundred (300) feet from any existing residential structure and not closer than two hundred (200) feet from any public street.

Contractor Storage Yard

  1. Additional landscaping standards shall apply to the area where the equipment and material is stored. There shall be a 15-foot landscape buffer with a 4-foot high earth berm planted with 6 ft. or larger evergreen trees, such as, Scotch Pines,Douglas Fir, or Blue Spruce. The trees shall be planted every 15 feet on center. The evergreen shrubs may be Junipers, Mugo Pines, or Spreading Yew. The shrubs shall be 36 inches high and there shall be 15 shrubs per 100 linear feet. There shall be 5 canopy trees per 100 liner feet. These trees may be Maples, Linden, Quaking Aspens, Cottonless Cottonwood, Honey Locust, or Birch trees. The type of trees and shrubs listed are intended to provide year-round screening of the site. The Township Planning Commission shall approve the list of trees as part of the site plan review. These trees shall be a minimum of 2-inch caliper. This landscaping shall be planted on the crest of the 4-foot berm when the property abuts agricultural or residential zones. The additional landscaping requirements can be eliminated if all equipment and material are stored within an enclosed building.
  2. Hour of operation based on location.
  3. Access to a state highway or arterial street shall be paved.
  4. No outside storage of broken or parts of equipment.
  5. Maintenance and repair of equipment is to be done within an enclosed building.
  6. Fuel storage is to be in compliance with environmental and fire code requirements.
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