Unified Development Ordinance, 5th supplement, March 2018

Part 10A: Unified Development Ordinance City of Raleigh, North Carolina 6 – 32 Effective Date: March 6, 2018 Supp. No. 5 3. Bus or rail transit vehicle maintenance or storage facility. 4. Contractors storage including janitorial and building maintenance service, exterminator, or other maintenance yard or facility, building, heating, plumbing, landscaping or electrical contractor and others who perform services off-site, but store equipment and materials or perform fabrication or similar work on-site. 5. Food and beverage products except animal slaughter, stockyards. 6. Lawn, tree or garden service. 7. Laundry, dry-cleaning, and carpet cleaning plants. 8. Leather and leather products except tanning and finishing. 9. Sheet metal, welding, machine, tool repair shop or studio. 10. Stone, clay, glass, and concrete products. 11. Woodworking, including cabinet makers and furniture manufacturing. Sec. 6.5.3. Light Manufacturing A. Light Manufacturing Use Category A facility conducting light manufacturing operations within a fully-enclosed building. Light manufacturing includes the following uses. 1. Clothing, textile apparel manufacturing. 2. Facilities engaged in the assembly, design, repair or testing of: analyzing or scientific measuring instruments; semiconductor and related solid state devices, including but not limited to clocks, integrated microcircuits; jewelry, medical, musical instruments, photographic or optical instruments; and timing instruments. 3. Office showroom/warehouse. 4. Printing, publishing, and lithography. 5. Production of artwork and toys, graphic design sign-making, movie production facility, photo-finishing laboratory. 6. Repair of scientific or professional instruments and electric motors. Sec. 6.5.4. Research & Development A. Research & Development Use Category A facility focused primarily on the research and development of new products. Research and development includes the following uses. 1. Laboratories, offices and other facilities used for research and development by or for any individual, organization or concern, whether public or private. 2. Prototype production facilities that manufacture a limited amount of a product in order to fully investigate the merits of such a product. 3. Pilot plants used to test manufacturing processes planned for use in production elsewhere. Sec. 6.5.5. Self-Service Storage A. Self-Service Storage Use Category Facilities providing separate storage areas for personal or business use designed to allow private access by the tenant for storing or removing personal property. Self-service storage includes the following uses. 1. Warehouse, self-service. 2. Fully enclosed indoor multi-story storage. 3. Mini-warehouse. B. Use Standards 1. A self-storage facility in an CX- District is subject to the following. a. The minimum size of the site is at least 2 acres. b. All storage shall be contained within a fully-enclosed building. However, the storage of boats, RV’s or other similar vehicles may be permitted in accordance with Article 7.5. Outdoor Display and Storage . c. All storage units must be contained in a single building and accessed internally. For properties where an Urban Frontage is applied, storage units are not permitted on the ground floor. The outdoor storage of boats, RV’s or similar vehicles is not permitted. d. AType A1 or A2 transitional protective yard (see Sec. 7.2.4.A. ) must be established along all shared property lines, except for an adjacent self- CHAPTER 6. ​USE REGULATIONS | Article 6.5. Industrial Uses Sec. 6.5.3. Light Manufacturing