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Ordinance No. 285 ORDINANCE NO. 285 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA AMENDING THE CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT CODE, TITLE 16, AMENDING CHAPTER 16.02 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS TO DEFINE LIVE/WORK DWELLING AND MIXED USE; ADDING CHAPTER 16.13 MIXED USE DISTRICTS TO ESTABLISH DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, REGULATIONS, AND REVIEW PROCEDURES FOR THE MIXED USE ZONING DISTRICT; AMENDING CHAPTER 16.76 SITE PLAN APPROVAL TO REFLECT THE REQUIREMENT OF A SITE PLAN APPROVAL FOR MIXED USE PROJECTS; AND AMENDING TITLE 16, APPENDIX A TO ESTABLISH THE PERMITTED USES FOR THE MIXED USE ZONING DISTRICT AND RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL FIND PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT NO. 15DCA02 EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS DOES HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. The City Council does hereby make the following findings of fact: a. On February 24, 2015, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills adopted a General Plan Update, which created a Mixed Use land designation, designated Mixed Use sites, and instituted policies for the development of Mixed Use sites and projects. b. On March 10, 2015, the City Council of the City of Chino Hills adopted an update to the City's Zoning Map to reflect the General Plan Update, including the rezoning of two sites to the Mixed Use zoning district. c. This ordinance is intended to allow the City to establish the purpose and intent, development standards, design guidelines, and review processes for the Mixed Use zoning district. d. On March 3, 2015, the Planning Commission conducted a public workshop to consider the intent and policies of the General Plan in creating the Mixed Use land designation. e. On March 17, 2015, the Planning Commission conducted a second public workshop to consider a draft outline of the Mixed Use Districts chapter Page 1 of 17 proposed for adoption into the Chino Hills Development Code. f. On May 5, 2015, the Planning Commission held a public hearing to receive oral and documentary evidence from the public, regarding the proposed amendment to the Development Code. g. A duly noticed public hearing before the City Council was conducted on May 26, 2015, at which time all interested persons were given an opportunity to testify in support of, or in opposition to the project. SECTION 2. The City Council finds that this ordinance is exempt from review under the California Environmental Quality Act (California Public Resources Code §§ 21000, et seq., "CEQA") and CEQA regulations (Title 14 California Code of Regulations §§ 15000, et seq.) because it establishes development standards, regulations, review procedures, and permitted uses for the Mixed Use zoning district created in the adoption of the General Plan Update. This ordinance, therefore, does not have the potential to cause significant effects on the environment. Consequently, it is categorically exempt from further CEQA review under Cal. Code Regs. Title 14, §§ 15061.b.3. SECTION 3. As required under Government Code § 65860, the Chino Hills Development Code amendments proposed in Development Code Amendment No. 15DCA02 are consistent with the Chino Hills General Plan as follows: a. The proposed amendment to the Chino Hills Development Code conforms to General Plan Goal LU-5, Policy LU-5.1, and Actions LU-5.1.1 through LU-5.1.4 in that the amendment would establish the purpose and intent, development standards, design guidelines, and review processes for the Mixed Use zoning district, which is consistent with the General Plan policies to promote sustainable development through the creation of the Mixed Use zoning district and development standards. SECTION 4. In accordance with Chino Hills Development Code § 16.62.040, the City Council makes the following findings of fact: a. FINDING: That the proposed Development Code Amendment is consistent with the goals, policies and objectives of the General Plan. FACT: The proposed amendment to the Chino Hills Development Code conforms to General Plan Goal LU-5, Policy LU-5.1, and Actions LU-5.1.1 through LU-5.1.4 in that the amendment would establish the purpose and intent, development standards, design guidelines, and review processes for the Mixed Use zoning district, which is consistent with the General Plan policies to promote sustainable development through the creation of the Mixed Use zoning district and development standards. Page 2 of 17 b. FINDING: That the proposed Development Code Amendment will not adversely affect surrounding properties. FACT: That proposed Development Code Amendment would establish the purpose and intent, development standards, design guidelines, and review processes for the Mixed Use zoning district, which will guide the development of mixed use projects in a manner that will not adversely impact surrounding properties. The proposed amendments would encourage the development of distinctive commercial uses that expand the dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities available to the community. SECTION 5. Chino Hills Development Code § 16.02.160 is amended to add a definition of"live/work dwelling" as follows: "Dwelling, Live/Work" means a dwelling unit consisting of both a commercial/office and residential component that is occupied by the same individual. The live/work dwelling unit is intended to be the primary dwelling of the occupant. SECTION 6. Chino Hills Development Code § 16.02.250 is amended to revise the definition of"mixed use" as follows: "Mixed use" means the development in a compact urban form of a structure or site with both residential and commercial uses integrated with each other relative to architecture, landscape, common areas, and access. SECTION 7. The Chino Hills Development Code is amended to add "Chapter 16.13 Mixed Use Districts" to read as follows: Chapter 16.13 — MIXED USE DISTRICT 16.13.010 - Intent and purpose. A. The provisions of this chapter establish general regulations for the development and use of mixed use development containing both residential and commercial uses integrated with each other relative to architecture, landscape, common areas and access. B. Mixed use regulations are established to enable housing and nonresidential uses to locate within the same site within a short walk of each other for the benefit of the community and to support City objectives to encourage sustainable forms of development. C. A variety of residential products are appropriate for mixed use districts when well integrated with the site and commercial uses, including medium density detached and attached single family housing, medium and high density multifamily housing, lofts, and live/work units. Page 3 of 17 D. A variety of community serving commercial uses are appropriate for mixed use districts when well integrated with the site and residential uses, including restaurant, retail, hotel, entertainment, professional office, and personal services. Distinctive commercial uses that expand the dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities available to the community are strongly encouraged. E. All mixed use development shall incorporate the following elements: walkability and connectivity; inviting and functional public spaces; mix of housing and commercial uses; consistent high quality design and material; compatibility with adjacent land uses; and environmental sensitivity. F. Surface parking shall be enhanced with strong pedestrian linkages, landscape, and lighting. Structured parking shall be screened with landscape and/or architectural features and designed to be compatible with the architectural style of the mixed use buildings. 16.13.020 - Permitted uses, accessory uses, temporary uses, and conditional uses. A. Appendix A at the end of Title 16 indicates the uses permitted in the Mixed Use district. Residential and Commercial uses represent the primary permitted uses. B. Uses listed as conditionally permitted uses are subject to the review requirements and conditions contained in Chapter 16.68 of this Development Code. Temporary uses and conditions are subject to the review requirements and conditions contained in Chapter 16.80. Also, certain uses such as businesses involved in the sale of alcoholic beverages may be subject to special use standards outlined in Section 16.12.060. C. Special Use Standards. Certain uses, such as wireless facilities are subject to the review requirements and conditions contained in Chapter 16.44. These additional standards are required to ensure that such uses are operated in a manner that does not adversely impact the surrounding land uses. 16.13.030 - Site plan approval required. A Site Plan approval, as described in Chapter 16.76, is required for all mixed use development projects involving the construction of new or substantially remodeled buildings. In addition to the basis for denial or approval set forth in Section 16.76.060, the hearing body shall also find that the proposed mixed use project: A. Incorporates the following elements: walkability and connectivity; inviting and functional public spaces; mix of housing and commercial uses; consistent high quality design and materials; compatibility with adjacent land uses, and environmental sensitivity. B. Enhances surface parking with strong pedestrian linkages, landscape, and lighting. Any parking structures shall be screened with landscaping and/or architectural features designed to be compatible with the architectural style of the buildings in the mixed use development. Page 4 of 17 C. Complies with the development standards set forth in Section 16.13.040 of this Chapter. D. Complies with the Mixed Use Guidelines specified in Section 16.13.050. 16.13.040 - Development standards. Table 1 provides the development standards for the mixed use district. Table 1. Mixed Use District - Development Standards Category Standard Notes I .fMinimum 43,560 sf Project Size, GLA B. Maximum 42 ft 80 ft, when associated with a mixed use project featuring a Height minimum of 100,000 sf. of commercial uses C. Minimum 10 du/ac Residential Density D. Maximum 25 du/ac 35 du/ac, when associated with a mixed use project Residential featuring a minimum of 100,000 sf. of commercial uses Density E. Minimum 70 sf/du 50 sf/du, when associated with a mixed use project Residential featuring a minimum of 100,000 sf. of commercial uses Private Open provided that the amount and type of common open space Space is sufficiently enhanced to provide adequate area for residents to relax, gather and/or recreate F. Common Common open space elements shall be integrated throughout the Open Space residential and commercial components. In the residential component, common open space elements may consist of park and swimming pool facilities, rooftop recreation, community gardens, and enhanced gathering spaces. In the commercial component, common open space elements may consist of outdoor patios, outdoor seating and plazas, enhanced pedestrian features, water features, gardens, and other enhanced gathering areas. F. Parking Per Section 16.34.060 or as otherwise determined through a City Required approved shared parking analysis. 16.13.050 — Mixed Use Guidelines While the overall intent of the guidelines shall be followed and every attempt shall be made to comply with the guidelines, compliance with any one specific guideline, or every single guideline, is not mandated for each project, unless the term "shall" is Page 5 of 17 used specifically in such guideline. Compliance with any one specific guideline may be modified or waived by the Planning Commission if the Commission determines that there are counterbalancing factors associated with the development which ensure that it will be consistent with the overall intent of these guidelines. Any time a specific guideline is modified or waived by the hearing body, the following must be identified: (1) the specified guideline modified or waived, (2) the rationale for such modification, (3) the counterbalancing factor, and (4) how the intent of the guidelines will continue to be achieved notwithstanding such modification or waiver. A. Mixed use projects shall provide unique contributions to the surrounding community through enhanced architectural treatments and designs incorporated throughout the residential and commercial components, dynamic and inviting public spaces, and distinctive commercial uses that expand the dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities available to the community. B. Projects shall follow the overall intent of the architectural design, site planning, and other guidelines and standards identified in Chapter 16.06, Chapter 16.08, Chapter 16.09, Sections 16.10.040 and 16.10.050, and Chapter 16.34 of this Development Code. While the overall intent of the aforementioned guidelines and standards shall be followed, compliance with any one specific guideline, or every single guideline, is not mandated for Mixed Use projects. C. Mixed use projects shall feature 360 degrees of architectural treatment and enhancement; the residential and commercial components shall be architecturally integrated, featuring the same architectural theme, key design features, colors and materials, and other major architectural elements. D. Projects shall incorporate common open space elements providing public gathering spaces featuring amenities such as shade structures, water features, seating areas, enhanced lighting and landscaping, wireless internet access, and other features that enhance the quality of the open space for public use. These gathering spaces should create dynamic and appealing atmospheres to attract residents from the mixed use development and the community into the open space areas and commercial component of the project. Open space amenities shall be provided throughout the residential and commercial components of the project. E. Enhanced paving, landscaping, and lighting shall be used to encourage pedestrian circulation throughout the development. Pedestrian pathways and linkages between the commercial and residential components shall be designed and located to facilitate and encourage pedestrian access between the communities. F. Mixed use projects shall demonstrate an increased degree of environmental sensitivity. Projects shall be designed to achieve energy and water efficiency above that required by the Building Code. Energy efficient techniques may include green building, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards, solar energy, or other available energy efficient systems or programs. Page 6 of 17 16.13.060 - Entertainment establishments providing dancing, music, and similar activities. A. Noise levels in the Mixed Use district shall not exceed the standards set forth in Chapter 16.48 of this Development Code, when measured at the nearest residential property line for the adjacent properties. Noise levels within the residential dwelling units within the mixed use development shall not exceed interior noise levels set forth in Chapter 16.48 B. Entertainment uses in the Mixed Use district providing dancing, music, and similar activities may be required to submit a security plan for review by the Community Development Department, the Police Department, and the Fire Authority. This security plan, which may be approved by the Director of Community Development or his or her designee, may include information on the number and type of security personnel to be on duty during hours of operation, the type of equipment provided to the security personnel, and proposed methods of coordination with public safety personnel (police and fire). 1. The Community Development Director may require a review and update to the security plan on a periodic basis or in response to concerns reported to and/or identified by the City, Police Department, and/or Fire Authority. C. The City may apply additional requirements or limitations to ensure compatibility with surrounding land uses where the entertainment use in question relies upon a Conditional Use Permit, Temporary Use Permit, or other discretionary permit. 16.13.070 - Outdoor display and storage. The following restrictions apply to outdoor display and storage of goods and materials in the Mixed Use district: A. Only goods and materials sold or used on-site may be stored or displayed. B. No outdoor display or storage shall be permitted. C. No exterior vending machines or recycling facilities shall be permitted. D. Outdoor display and storage shall not interfere with or restrict pedestrian access and circulation. 16.76.020 — Application requirements Applications for Site Plan approval and subdivision map shall be submitted for all multiple-family development, condominium conversion, mixed use projects and non-residential projects involving the construction of new buildings. SECTION 8. Chino Hills Development Code § 16.76.020 is amended to read as follows: Page 7 of 17 16.76.020 — Application requirements Applications for Site Plan approval and subdivision map shall be submitted for all multiple-family development, condominium conversion, mixed use projects and non- residential projects involving the construction of new buildings. SECTION 9. Title 16, Appendix A (Regulation of Uses by Zoning District) is amended in part to add the permitted uses for the Mixed Use zoning district follows: ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE j MU Adult Business I� f Alcoholic Beverage Onsite Sales in establishments open to persons over the legal drinking age exclusively,200 feet or closer to any residential zoning district and/or closer than 100 feet from any on-site residential uses within a Mixed Use zoning district Alcoholic Beverage Onsite Sales in establishments open to persons over the legal drinking age exclusively,more than 200 feet from any residential C zoning district and more than 100 feet from any on- site residential uses within a Mixed Use zoning district Alcoholic Beverage Onsite Sales as part of a family P (non-age-restricted)restaurant Alcoholic Beverage Offsite Sales within a supermarket or drug store(See Chapter 9.200) Alcoholic Beverage Offsite Sales in any store other ( C than a supermarket or drug store(See Chapter 9.200) Ambulance Service Amusement Park Animal Keeping Animal Shelter Antique Restoration Antique Sales(Refinished) P Appliance Assembly Appliance Sales/Repairs(Household) Appliance Sales/Repairs(Small Appl.) Arcade Art Gallery I P I Art Supply Stores � P Auction House Audio/Visual Products Manufacture Auditoriums and Places of Public Assembly(not including movie theaters) Automobile Accessory Sales and Installation(No overnight outside storage or parking;body work prohibited) Automobile Body Repair Automobile Brake Repair i 1 Automobile/Truck Dealers, New and Used Automobile,General Repair Garage(No overnight outside storage or parking;body work prohibited) JI Page 8 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU Automobile Lubrication/Tuneups Automobile Muffler Shop Automobile Painting Automobile Parts Assembly Automobile Radiator Shop Automobile Rental with Vehicles On Site Automobile Rental Office(no vehicles on site) Automobile Service Station Automobile Upholstering Automobile Wrecking Bakery,Retail P Bakery,Wholesale Bakery Goods Distributor Bakery Thrift Store Baseball Stadium, Minor League I Batting Cages, Indoor or Outdoor Barber or Beauty Shop P Bed and Breakfast Beverage Production Bicycle Rentals I P Bicycle Sales and Service P Billiard Parlor,Family Billiard/Pool Hall Blueprinting and Photocopying I P Boat Repairs I Boat Sales I Boat Storage Book Store I p Bookbinding Bowling Alley Building Materials Sales Building Materials Storage Yard Butcher Shop,Retail I P Candy/Confectionery Manufacturing Candy/Confectionery Sales, Retail I P Caretaker's Residence I Carnival,Circus, or Fair Carpentry Shop with Onsite Sales Car Wash, Full Service Car Wash,Self Service Catering Service Cellular Telephone Towers I S Cemetery I Chiropractic/Physical Therapy Offices I P Christmas Tree/Halloween Sales Page 9 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU Churches/Temples/Religious Institutions City Maintenance and Storage Yard Clothing Manufacture Clothing Rental Clothing Sales P Club--Athletic,Health,or Recreation P Coffee Roasting and Packaging--Retail P Coins(Collectable),Purchase and Sales Cold Storage Plant Communications Equipment Building Conference or Convention Centers Construction Office T Convenience Market Without Sale of Alcoholic Beverages Contractor Equipment Sales/Rental Contractor Storage Yard Cosmetologist P Costume Rentals Country Clubs Dance Hall/Club Dance Studio P Day Care Center C Day Care Facility,Adult 11 Day Care Home, Large Family(Conditions which can be imposed by the City are limited by state law.) Day Care Home,Small Family Delicatessen P i Department Store Dependent Housing Discount Stores Distribution Facility Dressmaker P 11 Drug Abuse Recovery/ireatment Facility Drug Store(See also"Pharmacy") P Dry Cleaning Plant,Large-Scale Commercial Type Dry Cleaner,Storefront Type P Dwelling Unit, LiveNvork P Dwelling Unit,Multiple Family P Dwelling Unit, Single-Family P Dwelling Unit,Two-Family(Duplex) P Dwelling Unit--Second Unit on Lot Zoned for Single Unit(See also"Dependent Housing) Education Institution, Private Electricity Distribution and Transmission Substation (<5,000 SF) Electricity Distribution and Transmission Substation (>5,001 SF) Page 10 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU tilt Electronics Manufacturing and Assembly Employment Agency Engine Manufacturing I Entertainment Centers I C Equipment Sales and Rentals Equipment Storage Feed and Grain Sales Financial Institutions P Floor Covering Sales Florist Shop P Food Processing Freight Terminals Furniture Sales and/or Rental P Furniture Transfer and Storage Game Courts,Private I j (Badminton/Tennis/Racquetball/Other) Game Courts,Public(Operated as a commercial venture or as part of a larger non-residential development) Garage, Public Garden Equipment Sales and Service Garden Supply Sales Gas Distribution,Meter,and Control Station Gift Shop P Glass Studio(Stained and others) Golf Course and Clubhouse Golf Driving Range(not part of a course) I Government Offices Grocery Store,Retail I p Grocery Store,Wholesale ( I Group Home Gunsmith I I Hardware Store I ' Health Food Store P Hobby Supply Shop I P Home Improvement Center I I Home Occupation (Subject to Code requirements) I A Horses, Boarding and Raising as a Business(Subject to Animal Ordinance requirements) Horticultural Services I Hospital I Hotel I I Ice Cream Parlor I P I Ice, Retail Sales I Page 11 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU Impound Yard,Governmental Impound/emporary Vehicle Storage Yard Indoor Recreational Activities See also"Outdoor Recreational Activities" Interior Decorating Service P 1 Janitorial Service Jewelry Sales I P Junk or Salvage Yard Kennel Laboratories,Chemical Laboratories, Medical Laboratories,Research Laboratories,Testing Laundromat Laundry Service(See also,"Drycleaners,Storefront {� Type") Library,Public Liquefied Petroleum Distribtn./Storage Lithographic Service Locksmith Lodge or Fraternal Hall Lumber Yard Machine Shop Machine and Tool Sales Machinery Storage Yard Manufactured Homes(includes mobile homes)as an Individual Unit Placed In a Residential Subdivision) Manufactured Home Parks Marine Supply Stores Massage Establishments C Medical/Dental Offices P Medical Equipment Sales Metal Engraving(Trophy Shop or Sports Shop) Microwave Antenna/Tower C 1 Mini-Warehouse Mobile Home,Individual Unit Placed in Residential Subdivision Mobile Home Park Mobile Home Sales Model Home Mortuary Motel(50 or Fewer Rooms) Motorcycle Sales and Service Movie Theaters C Page 12 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU Museum P Music/Record Store P Newspaper Printer Newsstand P Nightclubs/Taverns/Bars C Nurseries--Retail Nurseries--Wholesale Office Equipment/Supplies,Sales of Oil Exploration, Drilling,and Production(Limited to areas with minimum lot size of 40 acres or larger) Optical Products Manufacture 1 Optical Products Sales ( P i Orthopedic Devices,Manufacturing Orthopedic Devices,Sales 1 Outdoor Commercial Patios,Encroaching into I S Setback Outdoor Recreational Activities 1 Paint and Wallpaper Stores j Paper Product Sales Parcel Delivery Service Parcel Delivery Terminals Parks and Public Recreational Facilities Pawnshop Permanent Cosmetics I P Pest Control Service Pet Grooming P Pet Shop Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing Pharmacy P Photofinishing,Retail P Photographic Supplies,Sales Photographic Studio P Plastics Manufacturing Plastics Molding Plumbing Supply Yard Police/Sheriff Station Printing and Publishing Professional Administrative Office P Public Utility Service Yards Radio/Television Broadcasting Studio Radio/Television Sales Radio/Television Recording Studio Real Estate Office P , Page 13 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE I MU Recording Studio Recreational Vehicle Storage Recycling Facilities,Commercial Recycling Facilities, Public(Collection Only) Recreational Vehicle Park Recreational Vehicle Sales Refrigeration Repair and Service Residential Care Facility for Elderly Restaurant, No Alcohol Sales I P Restaurant,With Alcohol Sales ( See"Alcoholic Beverage Onsite Sales" Restaurant,Drive-Through ( S Rubber Products Manufacture(except tires) Sand and Gravel Pit Sanitary Landfill I Sash and Door Manufacturing Scale,Public Scientific Instruments Manufacturing I Scientific Instruments Sales Secondhand Store Sewage Treatment Plant Sheet Metal Shop Shoe Repair/Sales P Shooting Range, Indoor Shooting Range,Outdoor Sign Manufacturing Silk Screen Shop Skating Rink Skilled Nursing Facility Specialty Food Store Sporting Goods Sales I P Stable,Private Stable,Public Stadium,Baseball/Footbalt/Soccer Stationery Sales I P Stone Monuments and Tombstone Manufacture Swap Meet I Swimming Pool, Private I Swimming Pool,Public Tailor Shop I P Tattoo Studio(Body Ad) Taxidermist Telecommuting Center I P Telephone Answering Service Telephone Repeater Stations I I Tile Sales Page 14 of 17 ZONING DISTRICT LAND USE MU Toiletries Manufacturing I Toy Stores Transfer,Moving,and Storage Transportation Terminals and Stations Truck Repair Truck Stop Truck Storage 1 Upholstery Shop Vending Machine Sales and Service VeterinarianNeterinary Hospital Warehouse Watch Manufacture Watch Repair P Welding Shop Wire Fabrication Wood Products Manufacturing Wineries(Note:"Tasting Rooms"within wineries are subject to the"Alcoholic Beverage Sales' requirements of this Code) SECTION 10. Upon the effective date of this Ordinance, the provisions hereof shall supersede any inconsistent or conflicting provisions of the San Bernardino County Code as the same were adopted by reference by City Ordinances Nos. 91-01 and 92-02. SECTION 11. If any part of this ordinance or its application is deemed invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the City Council intends that such invalidity will not affect the effectiveness of the remaining provisions or applications and, to this end, the provisions of this Ordinance are severable. SECTION 12. This Ordinance must be broadly construed in order to achieve the purposes stated in this Ordinance. It is the City Council's intent that the provisions of this Ordinance be interpreted or implemented by the City and others in a manner that facilitates the purposes set forth in this Ordinance. SECTION 13. Repeal of any provision of the Chino Hills Municipal Code does not affect any penalty, forfeiture, or liability incurred before, or preclude prosecution and imposition of penalties for any violation occurring before, this Ordinance's effective date. Any such repealed part will remain in full force and effect for sustaining action or prosecuting violations occurring before the effective date of this ordinance. Page 15 of 17 SECTION 14. If this entire Ordinance or its application is deemed invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, any repeal or amendment of the Chino Hills Municipal Code or other city ordinance by this Ordinance will be rendered void and cause such previous Chino Hills Municipal Code provisions or other city ordinances to remain in full force and effect for all purposes. SECTION 15. The City Clerk is directed to certify the passage and adoption of this Ordinance; cause it to be entered into the City of Chino Hills' book of original ordinances; make a note of the passage and adoption in the records of this meeting; and, within fifteen (15) days after the passage and adoption of this Ordinance, cause it to be published or posted in accordance with California law. SECTION 16, This Ordinance will take effect on the 31st day following its final passage and adoption. PASSED, APPROVED AND ADOPTED this 9th day of June , 2015. 1A/kV) c i/e" vt'— CYNTHIA MciRAN, MAYOR ATTEST: 9 nor it PA scalp CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERW APPROVED AS TO FORM: MARK DikENSLEY, CITY ATTORN'Y Page 16 of 17 STATE OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) ss CITY OF CHINO HILLS I, CHERYL BALZ, City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that Ordinance No. 285 was duly introduced at a regular meeting held May 26, 2015; and adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council held on the 9th day of June, 2015 by the following roll call vote, to wit: AYES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: MORAN, BENNETT, MARQUEZ, AND ROGERS. NOES: COUNCIL MEMBERS: GRAHAM ABSENT: COUNCIL MEMBERS: NONE ratter tra CHERYL BAEZ, CITY-tfEKK (SEAL) I hereby certify that the foregoing is the original of Ordinance No. 285 duly passed and adopted by the Chino Hills City Council at their regular meeting held on June 9, 2015, and that Summaries of the Ordinance were published on May 30, 2015 and June 13, 2015 in the Chino Hills Champion newspaper. ej,Noirov-IC "1-1174 CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK (SEAL) 17 of 17 AFFIDAVIT OF POSTING STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) CITY OF CHINO HILLS ) §. COUNTY OF SAN BERNARDINO ) Cheryl Balz, being first duly sworn, deposes and says: That she is the duly appointed and qualified City Clerk of the City of Chino Hills; That in compliance with the State laws of the State of California, a certified copy of the full text of proposed Ordinance No. 285, being: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHINO HILLS, CALIFORNIA AMENDING THE CHINO HILLS DEVELOPMENT CODE, TITLE 16, AMENDING CHAPTER 16.02 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS TO DEFINE LIVE/WORK DWELLING AND MIXED USE; ADDING CHAPTER 16.13 MIXED USE DISTRICTS TO ESTABLISH DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, REGULATIONS, AND REVIEW PROCEDURES FOR THE MIXED USE ZONING DISTRICT; AMENDING CHAPTER 16.76 SITE PLAN APPROVAL TO REFLECT THE REQUIREMENT OF A SITE PLAN APPROVAL FOR MIXED USE PROJECTS; AND AMENDING TITLE 16, APPENDIX A TO ESTABLISH THE PERMITTED USES FOR THE MIXED USE ZONING DISTRICT AND RECOMMENDING THAT THE CITY COUNCIL FIND PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT NO. 15DCA02 EXEMPT FROM REVIEW UNDER THE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT attached hereto and made a part hereof, was caused to be posted in the Office of the City Clerk. Dated this 9th day of June, 2015. la ell arl n. CHERYL BALZ, CITY CLERK (SEAL)