I-1: The industrial district in the City of Manassas Park, VA. Please see Chapter 31, Article IV, Section 31 of the Code of the City of Manassas Park for more information on this zone.
Junk: Old or scrap copper, brass, rope, rags, batteries, paper, trash, rubber, debris, waste, or junked, dismantled, or wrecked automobiles, or parts thereof, iron, steel, and other old or scrap ferrous or nonferrous material.
Kennel (animal boarding place): Any building and/or premises used, designed or arranged for the boarding, breeding, or care of four (4) or more dogs, cats, pets, fowl, or domestic animals of at least four (4) months of age.
Landscaping: The improvement of a lot, parcel or tract of land with grass, shrubs, trees, other vegetation and/or ornamental objects. Landscaping may include pedestrian walks, flowerbeds, ornamental objects such as fountains, statuary and other similar natural and artificial objects designed and arranged to produce an aesthetically pleasing effect.
Laundromat: A building or part thereof where clothes or other household articles are washed in self-service machines with a capacity for washing not exceeding twenty (20) pounds dry weight and where such washed clothes and articles may also be dried or ironed and no delivery service is provided in connection therewith.
Laundry: A building, or part thereof, other than a laundromat, where clothes and other articles are washed, dried, and ironed.
Loading space: A space within a building or on the premises providing for the standing, loading, or unloading of vehicles.
Lot: A parcel of land occupied or to be occupied by a main structure or group of main structures and accessory structures, together with such yards, open space, lot width, and lot areas as are required by this chapter either shown on a plat of record or considered as a unit of property and described by metes and bounds.
Lot, corner: A lot abutting upon two (2) or more streets at their intersection.
Lot, depth: The average horizontal distance between the front and rear lot lines.
Lot, double frontage: A lot, other than a corner lot, which has a frontage on two (2) streets.
Lot interior: Any lot other than a corner lot.
Lot line, front: The line separating the lot from a street on which it fronts. On a corner lot, the front shall be deemed to be along the shorter dimension of the lot, and where the dimensions are equal, the front shall be on that street on which a predominance of the other lots in the block front.
Lot line, rear: The lot line opposite and most distant from the front lot line.
Lot line, side: Any lot other than a front or rear lot line.
Lot of record: A lot, a plat or description of which has been recorded in the clerk's office of the circuit court.
Lot width: The horizontal distance between the side lot lines measured at the front yard setback line.