Sec. 9-6. Establishment of limits in which storage of liquefied petroleum gases is to be restricted.

The limits referred to in Section 3804.2 of the California Fire Code, in which storage of liquefied petroleum gas is restricted, are hereby established as follows: the storage of liquefied petroleum gas is restricted to the highway commercial, service commercial and industrial zones in the city as defined in the zoning ordinance of the city. The aggregate capacity of any one installation shall not exceed two thousand gallons water capacity; except that at the discretion of the chief after consideration of special features such as topographical conditions, nature of occupancy and proximity to buildings, capacity of proposed tanks, degree of private fire protection to be provided and facilities of the fire department, a permit may be granted for such use. (Ord. No. 1489, § 5 (part).)