The planning commission shall have the authority to issue a special property use permit for off-street parking lots in any zone which is more restrictive than that required for the major land use it is intended to serve, subject to the following conditions:
A. That a public hearing is held, written notice of which has been mailed to all property owners within three hundred feet of the property proposed for such use, at least ten days prior to the hearing;
B. That no advertising sign or structures shall be erected or used in conjunction with the parking lot;
C. That entrances and exits shall be approved as to location by the public works director;
D. That the parking lot shall be subject to such other conditions as the planning commission may deem desirable in the interest of the public safety, convenience and welfare;
E. That no property shall be used for a parking lot under the provision of this section unless and until the planning commission has made an inspection of the property to verify that it conforms to the conditions specified in this section or any other special conditions made a part of the special property use permit;
F. The planning commission shall approve with conditions or deny the issuance of the requested special property use permits;
G. The building official shall include all conditions with permits when issued. (Ord. 1190-21 § 2, 2021; Ord. 817 § 2, 1996).