I-2

I-2 Zoning District – Heavy Industry

In the "I-2" district, there may also be:

1.            Blacksmith shop

2.            Machine shop

3.            Planing mill

4.            Welding shop

5.            Asphalt storage

6.            Brick-tile manufacture

7.            Canning plant

8.           Central mix plant-concrete or paving materials

9.            Concrete block plant

10.        Cheese manufacture

11.        Coal yard

12.        Cotton gins

13.        Cotton storage

14.        Dairy products manufacture

15.        Disinfectants and insecticide manufacture and storage

16.        Freight terminal

17.        Grain elevator

18.        Livestock loading pens

19.        Monument manufacture

20.        Oil reclamation plant

21.        Oil well equipment service and supplies

22.        Pharmaceutical manufacture

23.        Petroleum-bulk storage

24.        Paper products manufacture

25.        Railroad shops

26.        Steel prefab and storage

27.        Vegetable packing plant

28.        Warehouse-cotton

29.        Fertilizer-storage and blending 


I-2 district uses for which approval required:

A.           Regulations In the "I-2" district, there may be any use except:

1.            Building for residential use and mobile homes, except quarters for caretakers and similar personnel;

2.            Junkyards, salvage and scrap operations, and automobile wrecking yards as defined in Section 396.001 (1) of the Texas Transportation Code, not surrounded by a solid fence at least six feet high located within building lines.

B.            Approval required:  A person shall obtain separate council approval before a building or occupancy permit is issued for:

1.            Acid manufacture

2.            Cement, lime, gypsum, or plaster of paris manufacturing

3.            Distillation of bone

4.            Explosives manufacturing or storage

5.            Fat rendering

6.            Fertilizer manufacturing

7.            Gas manufacturing

8.            Garbage, offal, or dead animals, reductions of dumping

9.            Glue manufacturing

10.        Petroleum, or its products, refining

11.        Smelting of tin, copper, zinc or iron ores

12.        Stockyards or slaughter of animals.

 

I-2 Zoning District – Heavy Industry


 

In the "I-2" district, there may also be:

1.            Blacksmith shop

2.            Machine shop

3.            Planing mill

4.            Welding shop

5.            Asphalt storage

6.            Brick-tile manufacture

7.            Canning plant

8.            Central mix plant-concrete or paving materials

9.            Concrete block plant

10.        Cheese manufacture

11.        Coal yard

12.        Cotton gins

13.        Cotton storage

14.        Dairy products manufacture

15.        Disinfectants and insecticide manufacture and storage

16.        Freight terminal

17.        Grain elevator

18.        Livestock loading pens

19.        Monument manufacture

20.        Oil reclamation plant

21.        Oil well equipment service and supplies

22.        Pharmaceutical manufacture

23.        Petroleum-bulk storage

24.        Paper products manufacture

25.        Railroad shops

26.        Steel prefab and storage

27.        Vegetable packing plant

28.        Warehouse-cotton

29.        Fertilizer-storage and blending 

 

I-2 district uses for which approval required:

A.           Regulations In the "I-2" district, there may be any use except:

1.            Building for residential use and mobile homes, except quarters for caretakers and similar personnel;

2.            Junk yards, salvage and scrap operations, and automobile wrecking yards as defined in Section 396.001 (1) of the Texas Transportation Code, not surrounded by a solid fence at least six feet high located within building lines.

B.            Approval required:  A person shall obtain separate council approval before a building or occupancy permit is issued for:

1.            Acid manufacture

2.            Cement, lime, gypsum, or plaster of paris manufacturing

3.            Distillation of bone

4.            Explosives manufacturing or storage

5.            Fat rendering

6.            Fertilizer manufacturing

7.            Gas manufacturing

8.            Garbage, offal, or dead animals, reductions of dumping

9.            Glue manufacturing

10.        Petroleum, or its products, refining

11.        Smelting of tin, copper, zinc or iron ores

12.        Stockyards or slaughter of animals.