Manufacturing Zone M-3

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22A-1 Purpose and Intent

This district is to be primarily for industrial uses related to the manufacture, testing and production of jet and missile engines, aircraft or spacecraft parts or similar heavy industry and for the extraction and processing of raw materials. Industrial operations or uses which are compatible with the general purpose of this zone are included.

22A-2 Permitted Uses

  1. Any permitted use in an M-2 Zone except dwelling units
  2. Accessory uses and buildings customarily incidental to a permitted use
  3. Laboratories
  4. Machine Shop
  5. Office, business, professional and governmental
  6. Public buildings and utilities
  7. Warehouse; welding shop

22-A-3 Conditional Uses

  1. Any conditional use in an M-2 Zone
  2. Accessory uses and buildings customarily incidental to a conditional use
  3. Aircraft engine testing, including jet, missile and chemical engines
  4. Blast furnace
  5. Feed, cereal or flour mill; forage plant or foundry
  6. Manufacture, processing, refining, treatment, distillation, storage or compounding of the following: Acid, ammonia, bleaching powder and chlorine; fireworks or explosives, asphalt, chemicals of an objectionable or dangerous nature, creosote, disinfectants or insecticides; bones, coal or wood, fertilizer, gas, glue, size or gelatin, ore, potash, proxylin, rubber of guttapercha, plastic, tallow, grease or lard, tar, roofing or waterproofing materials, furs, wool, hides
  7. Ore bonification, smelting or refining of materials, steel or iron mills, mines, quarries; gravel pits
  8. Petroleum refining
  9. Manufacturing, fabrication, assembly, canning, processing, treatment or storage of the following:
    1. Acetylene gas, aircraft, airplanes and parts, automobiles and parts; alcohol
    2. Brick, brass
    3. Candles, cans, celluloid, cement, copper
    4. Dyestuff
    5. Emery cloth, excelsior
    6. Feathers, felt, fiber, fish, film
    7. Glass, glucose, gypsum
    8. Hair, hardware
    9. Ink, iron
    10. Lamp black, linoleum, line
    11. Meats, machinery, mail, matches
    12. Oil, oil cloth, oiled rubber goods, oxygen
    13. Paper, paint, pulp, pickles, pottery, plaster of paris
    14. Shoe polish, stove polish, shoddy, soap and detergents, soda, starch, sauerkraut, salt, steel, shellac
    15. Turpentine, tile, terra cotta
    16. Vinegar, varnish
    17. Yeast
  10. Metals and metal products extraction, treatment and processing including the extraction, processing and manufacturing of magnesium chloride, magnesium, potassium, sodium, lithium, boron, bromine and their salts or chemical derivatives
  11. Missiles and missile parts
  12. Large scale photovoltaic solar energy systems designed to produce energy for wholesale purposes
  13. Public Utility Substations
  14. Private Recreation Areas
  15. Railroad yards, shop or roundhouse; rock crusher
  16. Site leveling and preparation for future development
  17. Spacecraft and spacecraft parts
  18. Storage of Petroleum

22A-4 Area Regulations

No building for industrial uses shall be constructed and no premises shall be used for such purposes on any lot which has an area of less than twenty thousand (20,000) square feet.

22A-5 Yards, Widths and Height Regulations

No industrial building or structure shall be located closer than fifty (50) feet to any street or highway. The minimum lot width for all industrial buildings or uses shall be one hundred (100) feet. Height of structure shall conform to provisions of Chapter 27, Airport Zones.

22A-6 Coverage Regulations

No building, structure or group of buildings with their accessory building shall cover more than eighty percent (80%) of the area of the lot.

22A-7 Sign Regulations

The height, size and location of the following permitted signs shall be in accordance with Chapter 23-19 and as follows:

  1. Advertising signs and billboards, provided the following conditions are met:
    1. Size - the maximum size of a billboard at any one location shall not be larger than one thousand (1,000) sq. ft.
    2. Spacing - the minimum distance between any two billboards adjacent to and facing a highway shall be five hundred (500) feet
  2. Animated Signs
  3. Business signs, not exceeding in area five (5) square feet for each foot of street frontage with a maximum of six hundred fifty (650) square feet for each sign, provided that Business Signs adjacent to and within six hundred and sixty (660) feet of a federal Aid Primary Highway, may have a maximum size of one thousand (1,000) square feet for each sign
  4. Flat sign
  5. Ground sign
  6. Identification sign, illuminated sign
  7. Name Plate
  8. Property sign, projecting sign, public necessity sign
  9. Roof sign
  10. Service sign
  11. Temporary sign

Blue Explanation Point.png The Manufacturing Zone M-3 has been re-formatted from the original for Internet accessibility, and may contain inadvertent errors and/or omissions. It is provided as a public convenience, for informational purposes only. Official Weber County Code Ordinances, in their original format, are available through the Office of the County Clerk/Auditor and at the County Library Branches.


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