Land Use Various Zoning- C-1/C-P , C-P-S , I-P, M-SC.
The cannabis ordinance would establish a regulatory framework for the licensure and operation of cannabis businesses in the City and includes modifications to the text in the City of Wildomar Municipal Code. A new code section , Chapter 5.76 (Commercial Cannabis Licensing) would be added to the City of Wildomar Municipal Code , and modifications to the existing Title 17 (Zoning) would be made. Cannabis retailers would be allowed with the approval of a conditional use permit within the C-1/C-P (General Commercial) , and C-P-S (Scenic Highway Commercial) zones. Cannabis cultivation , manufacturing , distribution, and testing laboratories would be allowed with the approval of a conditional use permit in the I-P (Industrial Park and M-SC (Manufacturing-Service Commercial) zones. No cannabis business is allowed to be located within 600 feet of a public/private school, a day care center, youth centers, and parks.
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Commercial , Other (Cultivation Sites)
Zoning Ordinance Amendment
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