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Record #: O2021-3234   
Type: Ordinance Status: Introduced
Intro date: 7/21/2021 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on License and Consumer Protection
Final action:
Title: Amendment of Municipal Code Chapters 17-9 and 17-10 by adding new Section 17-9-0120 and modifying Section 17-10-0101-C to regulate shared kitchens primarily used for take-out and delivery
Sponsors: Martin, Matthew J.
Topic: MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 17 - Chicago Zoning Ordinance - Ch. 9 Use Regulations, MUNICIPAL CODE AMENDMENTS - Title 17 - Chicago Zoning Ordinance - Ch. 10 Parking & Loading
Attachments: 1. O2021-3234.pdf
Committee on License & Consumer Protection
July 21, 2021 City Council Meeting


ORDINANCE

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO:

SECTION 1. Chapter 17-9 of the Municipal Code of Chicago is hereby amended by adding a new section 17-9-0120, as follows:

17-9-0120 Shared Kitchens Primarily Used for Take-out and Delivery.

17-9-0120-A Proximity to Residentiary Zoned Property. Shared kitchens that are primarily utilized, leased, or rented for the preparation of food that will be sold directly to a consumer by means of take-out or delivery from such shared kitchen, whether directly through the shared kitchen, any of its tenants, or a third-party food delivery service, shall not be located within 660 feet of any residentially zoned property.

17-9-0120-B Site Plan Review. Shared kitchens located 660 feet or more from any residentially zoned property that are primarily utilized, leased, or rented for the preparation of food that will be sold directly to a consumer by means of take-out or delivery from such shared kitchen, whedier directly through the shared kitchen, any of its tenants, or a third-party food delivery service, are subject to the Site Plan Review procedures of Section 17-13-0800.

17-9-0120-C Standards and Guidelines.
General. In addition to the Site Plan Review application, a shared kitchen subject to this section must submit a traffic study for review and approval by the Chicago Department of Transportation, who then must forward their written recommendation to the Zoning Administrator following the community meeting held pursuant to this section.
Traffic.

Site plans required under this section must demonstrate safe and attractive accommodation of pedestrians, as well as vehicles.
Driveways must be located as far as possible from street intersections and adjoining residential properties.
The number and width of curb cuts should be kept to the minimum necessary for pedestrian and traffic safety.
A traffic management plan will be require...

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