TITLE 35: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

SUBTITLE H: NOISE

CHAPTER I: POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

 

PART 901

SOUND EMISSION STANDARDS AND LIMITATIONS FOR PROPERTY LINE-NOISE-SOURCES

 

 

Section

901.101

Classification of Land According to Use

901.102

Sound Emitted to Class A Land

901.103

Sound Emitted to Class B Land

901.104

Impulsive Sound

901.105

Impact Forging Operations

901.106

Prominent Discrete Tones

901.107

Exceptions

901.108

Compliance Dates for Part 901

901.109

Impulsive Sound from Explosive Blasting

901.110

Amforge Operational Level

901.111

Modern Drop Forge Operational Level

901.112

Wyman-Gordon Operational Level

901.113

Wagner Casting Site-Specific Operational Level

901.114

Moline Forge Operational Level

901.115

Cornell Forge Hampshire Division Site-Specific Operational Level

901.116

Forgings and Stampings, Inc.  Operational Level

901.117

Rockford Drop Forge Company Operational Level

901.118

Atlas Forgings Division of Scot Forge Operational Level

901.119

Clifford-Jacobs Operational Level

901.120

C.S.  Norcross Operational Level

901.121

Vaughan & Bushnell Operational Level

 

 

APPENDIX A

Old Rule Numbers Referenced

APPENDIX B

Standard Land Use Coding System

 

 

AUTHORITY: Implementing Section 25 and authorized by Section 27 of the Environmental Protection Act (Ill. Rev. Stat. 1985, ch. 111 1/2 pars. 1025 and 1027).

 

SOURCE: Originally filed as Part 2 of Chapter 8: Noise Pollution, effective August 10, 1973; amended at 2 Ill.  Reg.  27, p.  223, effective June 26, 1978; amended at 5 Ill.  Reg.  6371, effective June 1, 1981; amended at 5 Ill.  Reg.  8533, effective August 10, 1981; amended at 6 Ill.  Reg.  10960, effective September 1, 1982; codified at 7 Ill.  Reg.  13646; amended at 7 Ill.  Reg.  14519, effective October 17, 1983; amended in R83-35 at 8 Ill.  Reg.  18893, effective September 25, 1984; amended in R83-33, 26, 29, 30 and R83-34 at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985; Section 901.105(f)(1), (2) and (3) recodified to Sections 901.110, 901.111 and 901.112 at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7147; amended in R83-25, 31 and 32 at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7149, effective May 7, 1985; amended in R83-7 at 11 Ill.  Reg.  3136, effective January 28, 1987.

 

Section 901.101            Classification of Land According to Use

 

a)         Class A land shall include all land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 110 through 190 inclusive, 651, 674, 681 through 683 inclusive, 691, 711, 762, 7121, 7122, 7123 and 921.

 

b)         Class B land shall include all land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 397, 471 through 479 inclusive, 511 through 599 inclusive, 611 through 649 inclusive, 652 through 673 inclusive, 675, 692, 699, 7124, 7129, 719, 721, 722 except 7223, 723 through 761 inclusive except 7311, 769 through 790 inclusive, and 922.

 

c)         Class C land shall include all land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 211 through 299 inclusive, 311 through 396 inclusive, 399, 411 except 4111, 412 except 4121, 421, 422, 429, 441, 449, 460, 481 through 499 inclusive, 7223 and 7311 used for automobile and motorcycle racing, and 811 through 890 inclusive.

 

d)         A parcel or tract of land used as specified by SLUCM Code 81, 83, 91, or 922, when adjacent to Class B or C land may be classified similarly by action of a municipal government having zoning jurisdiction over such land.  Notwithstanding any subsequent changes in actual land use, land so classified shall retain such B or C classification until the municipal government removes the classification adopted by it.

 

Section 901.102            Sound Emitted to Class A Land

 

a)         Except as elsewhere in this Part provided, no person shall cause or allow the emission of sound during daytime hours from any property-line-noise-source located on any Class A, B or C land to any receiving Class A land which exceeds any allowable octave band sound pressure level specified in the following table, when measured at any point within such receiving Class A land, provided, however, that no measurement of sound pressure levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such property-line-noise-source. 


 

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hertz)

Allowable Octave Band Sound Pressure Levels (dB) of Sound Emitted to any Receiving Class A Land from

 

 

Class C Land

Class B Land

Class A Land

 

 

 

 

31.5

75

72

72

63

74

71

71

125

69

65

65

250

64

57

57

500

58

51

51

1000

52

45

45

2000

47

39

39

4000

43

34

34

8000

40

32

32

 

b)   Except as elsewhere in this Part provided, no person shall cause or allow the emission of sound during nighttime hours from any property-line-noise-source located on any Class A, B or C land to any receiving Class A land which exceeds any allowable octave band sound pressure level specified in the following table, when measured at any point within such receiving Class A land, provided, however, that no measurement of sound pressure levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such property-line-noise-source. 

 

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hertz)

Allowable Octave Band Sound Pressure Levels (dB) of Sound Emitted to any Receiving Class A Land from

 

 

Class C Land

Class B Land

Class A Land

 

 

 

 

31.5

69

63

63

63

67

61

61

125

62

55

55

250

54

47

47

500

47

40

40

1000

41

35

35

2000

36

30

30

4000

32

25

25

8000

32

25

25

 

 

Section 901.103            Sound Emitted to Class B Land

 

Except as elsewhere in this Part provided, no person shall cause or allow the emission of sound from any property-line-noise-source located on any Class A, B or C land to any receiving Class B land which exceeds any allowable octave band sound pressure level specified in the following table, when measured at any point within such receiving Class B land, provided, however, that no measurement of sound pressure levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such property-line-noise-source. 

 

Octave Band Center Frequency (Hertz)

Allowable Octave Band Sound Pressure Levels (dB) of Sound Emitted to any Receiving Class B Land from

 

 

Class C Land

Class B Land

Class A Land

 

 

 

 

31.5

80

79

72

63

79

78

71

125

74

72

65

250

69

64

57

500

63

58

51

1000

57

52

45

2000

52

46

39

4000

48

41

34

8000

45

39

32

 

Section 901.104            Impulsive Sound

 

Except as elsewhere in this Part provided, no person shall cause or allow the emission of impulsive sound from any property-line-noise-source located on any Class A, B, or C land to any receiving Class A or B land which exceeds the allowable A-weighted sound levels, measured with fast dynamic characteristic, specified in the following table when measured at any point within such receiving Class A or B land, provided, however, that no measurement of sound levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such property-line-noise-source. 

 

Classification of Land on which Property-Line Noise-Source is Located

Allowable A-weighted Sound Levels in Decibels of Impulsive Sound Emitted to Receiving Class A or B Land

 

Class A Land

 

Class B Land

Daytime

Nighttime

 

 

 

 

Class A Land

50

50

45

Class B Land

57

50

45

Class C Land

61

56

46

 

 

 (Source: Amended at 11 Ill.  Reg.  3136, effective January 28, 1987)

 

Section 901.105            Impact Forging Operations

 

a)            For purposes of this rule only the following are applicable:

 

1)            Daytime hours shall mean any continuous 16 hour period between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. local time; and

 

2)            Nighttime hours shall mean those 8 hours between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.  which are not part of the 16 continuous daytime hours.

 

3)            The reference time for Leq, as defined in 35 Ill.  Adm.  Code 900.101 is one hour.

 

4)            New Impacting Forging Operation is that property-line-noise-source comprised of impact forging operation on which construction began after September 1, 1982.

 

5)            Existing Impact Forging Operation is that property-line-noise-source comprised of impact forging operations which are in existence on September 1, 1982,

 

b)         Emission Limitations for New Impact Forging Operation No impact forging operation shall cause or allow the emission of impulsive sound to any receiving Class A or B land which exceeds the allowable sound levels specified in the following table when measured at any point within such receiving land, provided however, that no measurement of sound levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such new impact forging operation's property-line. 

 

Allowable Impulsive Sound Levels Emitted

To Class A or B Land from New

Impact Forging Operation

 

Class B Land

Class A Land

 

 

Daytime

Nighttime

59.5Leq

53.5 Leq

48.5 Leq

 

c)     Limitations for Existing Impact Forging Operation

No existing impact forging operation shall cause or allow the emission of impulsive sound to any receiving Class A or B land which exceeds the allowable sound levels specified in the following table, when measured at any point within such receiving land, provided however, that no measurement of sound levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such existing impact forging operation's property-line, unless such forging operation is granted a permanent site specific allowable operational level pursuant to subparagraph (d).

 

Allowable Impulsive Sound Levels Emitted

To Class A or B Land from Existing

Impact Forging Operation

 

Class B Land

Class A Land

 

 

Daytime

Nighttime

64.5Leq

58.5Leq

53.5 Leq

 

d)         Site Specific Allowable Operational Level for Existing Impact Forging Operation

 

1)            An existing impact forging operation which does not comply with subparagraph (c) may seek a permanent site specific allowable operational level from the Board.  A permanent site specific level is that level of operation allowed petitioner after review and approval by the Board and after implementation of abated measures, if any, approved by the Board.

 

2)            Any existing impact forging operation seeking a permanent site specific operational level must submit as its petition the following:

 

A)            The location of the petitioner, a description of the surrounding community, and a map locating the petitioner within the community;

 

B)            A description of the petitioner's operations, the number and size of the petitioner's forging hammers, the current hours of hammer operation, the approximate number of forgings manufactured during each of the three prior calendar years and the approximate number of hammer blows used to manufacture the forgings.

 

C)            A description of any existing sound abatement measure.

 

D)            The sound levels in excess of those permitted by subparagraph (c) emitted by the petitioner into the community, in 5 decibel increments measured in Leq, shown on the map of the community.

 

E)            The number of residences exposed to sound levels in excess of those permitted by subparagraph (c);

 

F)            A description of other significant sources of noise (mobile and stationary) and their location shown on the map of the community;

 

G)            A description of the proposed operational level and proposed physical abatement measures, if any, a schedule for their implementation and their costs;

 

H)            The predicted improvement in community sound levels as a result of implementation of the proposed abatement measures; and

 

I)            A description of the economic and technical considerations which justify the permanent site specific allowable operational level sought by petitioner.

 

3)            An existing impact forging operation seeking a permanent site specific operational level shall prepare and file its petition with the Board and Agency as applicable no later than December 1, 1983.

 

4)            The Agency shall prepare a written evaluation regarding each petition seeking a permanent site specific operational level and shall file said evaluation within ninety (90) days following receipt of the petition with both the Board and the petitioner.

 

e)            Land Use Classifications Preserved

 

The land use classifications in effect within a one-mile radius of an existing impact forging operation on September 1, 1982 shall remain the applicable land use classification for enforcement of these rules against an existing forging operation and any future modification thereof, regardless of actual subsequent changes in land use unless such actual changes would impose less restrictive limitations on the impact forging operations.

 

f)          Site-Specific Operational Levels Each individual existing forging operation identified in Sections 901.110, 901.111 and 901.112 must comply with the site-specific operational level defined, or is otherwise subject to Section 901.105(c). 

 

 (Source: Section 901.105(f)(1), (2), and (3) recodified to Sections 901.110, 901.111 and 901.112 at 9 Ill. Reg. 7147)

 

Section 901.106            Prominent Discrete Tones

 

a)         No person shall cause or allow the emission of any prominent discrete tone from any property-line-noise-source located on any Class A, B or C land to any receiving Class A, B or C land, provided, however, that no measurement of one-third octave band sound pressure levels shall be made less than 25 feet from such property-line source.

 

b)         This rule shall not apply to prominent discrete tones having a one-third octave band sound pressure level 10 or more dB below the allowable octave band sound pressure level specified in the applicable tables in Sections 901.102 through 901.104 for the octave band which contains such one-third octave band.  In the application of this sub-section, the applicable table for sound emitted from any existing property-line noise source to receiving Class A land, for both daytime and nighttime operations shall be found in Section 901.102(a).

 

Section 901.107            Exceptions

 

a)         Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to sound emitted from land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 110, 140, 190, 691, and 742 except 7424 and 7425.

 

b)         Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to sound emitted from emergency warning devices and unregulated safety relief valves.

 

c)         Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to sound emitted from lawn care maintenance equipment and agricultural field machinery used during daytime hours.  For the purposes of this sub-section, grain dryers operated off the farm shall not be considered agricultural field machinery.

 

d)         Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to sound emitted from equipment being used for construction.

 

e)  Section 901.102(b) shall not apply to sound emitted from existing property-line-noise-sources during nighttime hours, provided, however, that sound emitted from such existing property-line-noise-sources shall be governed during nighttime hours by the limits specified in Section 901.102.

 

f)          Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to the operation of any vehicle registered for highway use while such vehicle is being operated within any land used as specified by Section 901.101 in the course of ingress to or egress from a highway.

 

g)         Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive shall not apply to sound emitted from land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 7223 and 7311 when used for automobile and motorcycle racing; and, any land used for contests, rallies, time trials, test runs or similar operations of any self-propelled device, and upon or by which any person is or may be transported or drawn, when such self-propelled device is actually being used for sport or recreation and is actually participating in an activity or event organized, regulated, and supervised under the sponsorship and sanction of a club, organization or corporation having national or statewide recognition; provided, however, that the exceptions granted in this subparagraph shall not apply to any automobile and motorcycle race, contest, rally, time trial, test run or similar operation of any self-propelled device if such event is started between the hours of 10:30 p.m. to 7:00 a.m., local time weekdays, or between the hours of 11:00 p.m.  and 7:00 a.m., local time, weekend days.

 

h)         Section 901.104 shall not apply to impulsive sound produced by explosive blasting activities conducted on any Class C land used as specified by SLUCM codes 852 and 854, but such operations shall be governed by Section 901.109..

 

i)          Sections 901.102 through 901.106 inclusive, shall not apply to sound emitted from snowmobiles. 

 

 (Source: Amended at 6 Ill.  Reg.  10960, effective September 1, 1982)

 


Section 901.108            Compliance Dates for Part 901

 

a)         Except as provided in subparagraphs (g), (i), and (j), every owner or operator of a new property-line-noise-source shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on and after August 10, 1973.

 

b)         Except as otherwise provided in this rule, every owner or operator of an existing property-line-noise-source shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on and August 10, 1974.

 

c)         Every owner or operator of an existing property-line-noise-source who emits sound which exceeds any allowable octave band sound pressure level of Section 901.102 or 901.103 by 10 dB or more in any octave band with a center frequency of 31.5 Hertz, 63 Hertz or 125 Hertz shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on and after February 10, 1975.

 

d)         Except as provided in subparagraphs (g) and (h), every owner or operator of an existing property-line-noise-source required to comply with Section 901.104 shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on and after February 10, 1975.

 

e)         Every owner or operator of an existing property-line-noise-source required to comply with Section 901.106 shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on and after February 10, 1975.

 

f)            Repealed

 

g)         Every owner or operator of Class C land now and hereafter used as specified by SLUCM Code 4112 shall have until August 10, 1976 to bring the sound from railroad car coupling in compliance with Section 901.104.

 

h)  Existing impact forging operations as defined in Section 901.105 which do not seek permanent site specific allowable operational levels shall comply with Section 901.105 by December 1, 1983.  Those seeking permanent site specific allowable operational levels pursuant to Section 901.105(d) shall comply as of the effective date of the site specific rule granted or denied. 

 

i)  Every owner or operator of Class C land now or hereafter used as specified by SLUCM Code 291 shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on August 10, 1975.

 

j)          Every owner or operator of Class C land now or hereafter used as specified by SLUCM Code 7223 and 7311 when used for automobile and motorcycle racing shall comply with the standards and limitations of this Part on February 10, 1976.

 

 (Source: Amended at 6 Ill.  Reg.  10960, effective September 1, 1982)

 


Section 901.109            Impulsive Sound From Explosive Blasting

 

a)         During the daytime hours, after sunrise and before sunset, no person shall cause or allow any explosive blasting conducted on any Class C land used as specified by SLUCM Codes 852 and 854 so as to allow the emission of sound to any receiving Class A or B land which exceeds the allowable outdoor C-weighted sound levels, measured with the slow dynamic characteristic, specified in the following table, when measured at any point, of reasonable interference with the use of such receiving Class A or B land.

 

Allowable Outdoor C-Weighted

Sound Levels in Decibels of Explosive

Blasting Sounds Emitted to Receiving

Class A or B Land from Any Class C Land

Used as Specified by SLUCM Code 852 or 854

 

Receiving Class A Land

Receiving Class B Land

109

114

 

b)         Compliance with outdoor peak sound pressure level limits in the following table shall constitute prima facie level limits of this rule when measured on such receiving Class A or B land.

 

Equivalent Maximum Sound Pressure Level (Peak) Limits in Decibels

 

Lower Frequency Limit of Measuring System for Flat Response, a Variation from Linear Response of + or - 3dB (Hz)

Receiving Class A Land (dB)

Receiving Class B Land (dB)

 

 

 

< o 0.1

135

140

<  2.0 but greater than 0.1

132

137

< 6.0 but greater than 2.0

130

135

 

 

 

c)         During the nighttime hours, after sunset and before sunrise, the allowable sound level limits in subparagraphs (a) and (b) shall be reduced by 10 decibles except in emergency situations where rain, lightning, other atmospheric conditions, or operator or public safety requires unscheduled nighttime hour explosive blasting.

 

d)         Persons causing or allowing explosive blasting to be conducted on any Class C land used as specified by SLUCM code 852 or 854 shall notify the local public of such blasting prior to its occurrence, except when emergency situations require unscheduled blasting, by publication of a blasting schedule, identifying the work days or dates and time periods when explosives are expected to be detonated, at least every three months in a newspaper of general circulation in the locality of the blast site. 

 

 (Source: Amended at 6 Ill.  Reg.  10960, effective September 1, 1982)

 


Section 901.110            Amforge Operational Level

 

Amforge Division of Rockwell International located at 119th Street, Chicago,

Illinois shall:

 

a)            Operate only ten forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operation of its forging hammers is limited to the hours of 7:00 a.m. through 11:00 p.m., with occasional operations beginning at 6:00 a.m.  and ending at midnight, Monday through Saturdays; and

 

c)         Sound absorptive materials shall be installed on each of the forging hammer structures as each is routinely overhauled, but no later than January 1, 1987. 

 

 (Source: Recodified from Section 901.105(f)(1) at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7147)

 


Section 901.111            Modern Drop Forge Operational Level

 

Modern Drop Forge Company located at 139th Street and Western Avenue in Blue

Island, Illinois shall:

 

a)            Operate only twenty-one forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)  Operate its forging hammers only during the hours of 6:00 a.m. through midnight, Mondays through Fridays, and 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Saturdays. 

 

 (Source: Recodified from Section 901.105(f) (2) at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7147)

 


Section 901.112            Wyman-Gordon Operational Level

 

Wyman-Gordon Company located at 147th Street and Wood Street, Harvey, Illinois shall:

 

a)         Operate only six forging hammer units, each consisting of two hammers, after January 1, 1984.

 

b)         Operate forging units in Buildings 6 and 7, located at the southern perimeter of the Wyman-Gordon Company's Harvey facility, to produce no more than 20% of the total annual hammer production at the Harvey facility;

 

c)         Operate forging units between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and midnight; limit forging operations on Saturdays and Sundays to no more than half a year's total; and limit forging operations during the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. and midnight to less than 2% of the Harvey's facility total annual hammer production; and

 

d)         Consolidate the two existing steel inventory yards at the one located north of Building 75 no later than January 1, 1984. 

 

 (Source: Recodified from Section 901.105(f)(3) at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7147)

 


Section 901.113            Wagner Casting Site-Specific Operational Level

 

Wagner Casting Company and future owners of the forging facility located at the southeast corner of Sangamon and Jasper Streets in Decatur, Illinois, must comply with the following site-specific operational level or are otherwise subject to Section 901.105(c):

 

a)            Shall operate no more than nine forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Shall operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 5:00 a.m. Monday through 9:00 p.m. Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 8 Ill.  Reg.  18893, effective September 2, 1984). 

 


Section 901.114            Moline Forge Operational Level

 

Moline Forge and future owners of the forging facility located at 4101 Fourth Avenue, Moline, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than nine forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m.  Monday through Friday and from 6:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. on Saturdays. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985)

 


Section 901.115            Cornell Forge Hampshire Division Site-Specific Operational Level

 

Cornell Forge, Hampshire Division and future owners of the forging facility located at Walker Road, Hampshire, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than seven forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only on Monday through Saturday between the hours of 7:00 a.m.  to 3:30 p.m.  with an additional shift that may run from either 3:30 p.m.  to 12:00 p.m.  or from 10:30 p.m.  to 7:00 a.m. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985)

 


Section 901.116            Forgings and Stampings, Inc.  Operational Level

 

Forgings and Stampings, Inc.  and future owners of the forging facility located

at 1025 23rd Avenue, Rockford, Illinois, shall comply with the following

site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than six forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985)

 


Section 901.117            Rockford Drop Forge Company Operational Level

 

Rockford Drop Forge Company and future owners of the forging facility located at 2031 Ninth Street, Rockford, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than twelve forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985)

 


Section 901.118            Atlas Forgings Division of Scot Forge Operational Level

 

Atlas Forge Division of Scot Forge and future owners of the forging facility located at 1501 South 55th Court, Cicero, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than three forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  1405, effective January 17, 1985)

 


Section 901.119             Clifford-Jacobs Operational Level

 

Clifford-Jacobs Forging Company and future owners of the forging facility located at North Market Street, Champaign, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than fourteen hammers at any one time; and

 

b)  Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m.  and 11:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7149, effective May 7, 1985)

 


Section 901.120            C.S.  Norcross Operational Level

 

C.S.  Norcross & Sons Company and future owners of the forging facility located at the intersection of Davis and Dean Streets, Bushnell, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than twelve forging hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 1:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7149, effective May 7, 1985)

 


Section 901.121            Vaughan & Bushnell Operational Level

 

Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing Company and the future owners of the forging facility located at the intersection of Davis and Main Streets, Bushnell, Illinois, shall comply with the following site-specific operational level:

 

a)            Operate no more than ten hammers at any one time; and

 

b)         Operate its forging hammers only between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. 

 

 (Source: Added at 9 Ill.  Reg.  7149, effective May 7, 1985)

 


Section 901.APPENDIX A    Old Rule Numbers Referenced

 

The following table is provided to aid in referencing old Board rule numbers to section numbers pursuant to codification.

 

Old Part 2 of Chapter 8

35 Ill.  Adm.  Code Part 901

 

 

Rule 201

Section 901.101

Rule 202

Section 901.102(a)

Rule 203

Section 901.102(b)

Rule 204

Section 901.103

Rule 205

Repealed

Rule 205 (was old 206)

Section 901.104

Rule 206 (new rule)

Section 901.105

Rule 207

Section 901.106

Rule 208

Section 901.107

Rule 209

Section 901.108

Rule 210

Section 901.109

Added in Codification

Appendix A

Unnumbered Appendix to Chapter 8, Part 2

Appendix B

 


Section 901.APPENDIX B            Standard Land Use Coding System

 

APPENDIX B

 

STANDARD LAND USE CODING SYSTEM

 

     U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

Reprinted 1969

 

 

B.  A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS


 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

      11      Household units.         110      Household units.         1100      Household units.2       ----      A

 

      12       Group quarters.    121      Rooming and boarding houses.      1210   Rooming and boarding houses.3             7021

 

                        122      Membership lodgings.    1221      Fraternity and sorority houses.      4Incl. 7041

                                                  1229      Other membership lodgings, NEC.5          Incl. 7041

 

                        123      Residence halls or dormitories.      1231   Nurses’ homes.      ----

                                                  1232      College dormitories.      ----

                                                  1239      Other residence halls or dormitories,      ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                        124      Retirement homes and orphan-      1241      Retirement homes.      ----

  ages.  1242  Orphanages.  ----

 

                        125      Religious quarters.    1251      Convents.      ----

                                                  1252      Monasteries.      ----

                                                  1253      Rectories.      ----

                                                  1259      Other religious quarters, NEC.      ----

 

                        129     Other group quarters, NEC.         1290      Other group quarters, NEC.      ----

 

13  Residential hotels.       130      Residential hotels.       1300      Residential hotels.6         Incl. 7011

 

14  Mobile home parks or courts.      140     Mobile home parks or courts.       1400      Mobile home parks or courts.              7031

 

15  Transient lodgings.    151      Hotels, tourist courts, and motels.      1510   Hotels, tourist courts, and motels.              7011

 

                        159     Other transient lodgings, NEC.         1590      Other transient lodgings, NEC.7

 

19  Other residential, NEC.      190     Other residential, NEC.      1900   Other residential, NEC.      ----      A

 

 

FOOTNOTES


 1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  They are the           3Code 1210----”Rooming and boarding houses” are those that have

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit      5 or more persons renting rooms, with or without board, and not re-

land use activity indicated.  (See ch. III, Sec. A3, “The Use of Stand-      lated to the had or person in charge.  Where there are less than 5

and Industrial Classification Nomenclature.”)  A dash indicates that  roomers, the total quarters are considered as one “Household unit”

there is no corresponding SIC code.      and is coded 1100.

 2Code 1100--”Household units” are defined as a house, and apart-     4"Incl. 7041" is an abbreviation which indicates that the 4-digit

ment, or other group of rooms, or a single room that is intended for      land use activity category is only one of several categories of establish-

occupancy as separate living quarters.  Occupants of “Household      ments that are included under SIC code 7041.

units” do not live and eat with other persons in the structure (such as     5"NEC” is an abbreviation for “not elsewhere coded.”

in a boarding house), and there is either (1) direct access from the         6Code 1300--”Residential hotels” are those that have 75 percent or

outside or through a common hall, or (2) there is a kitchen or cooking     more of the available accommodations occupied by permanent guests

equipment for the exclusive use of the occupants of the unit.  The  (i.e., persons who reside more than 30 days).  Hotels with less than

occupants may be a family, a group of unrelated persons, or a person      75 percent are included under code 15, “Transient lodgings.”

living alone.  Mobile homes not in “Mobile home parks or courts”        7Code 1590--”Other transient lodgings, NEC” includes such estab-

(code 14), but resting on a permanent type of foundation (e.g., a brick      lishments as the YMCA, YWCA, and YMHA when 50 percent or

or concrete block foundation) are included as well as units that are      more of the floor area is devoted to lodging and associated activities

vacant or that are used on a seasonal basis.  Farm homes are also in-      and when less than 75 percent of the accommodations are occupied by

cluded under “household units” and should be identified separately  permanent guests.  If 75 percent or more of the guests are permanent,

from the remainder of the farm which is coded under “Agriculture,”      use code 1300.  If 50 percent or more of the floor area is devoted to

code 81.                              recreational activity, use code 7424, “Recreation centers (general).”

                              

*”Land Class” refers to Rule 201 Classifications.  “A” denotes a

Class A Land, “B” denotes a Class B Land and “C” denotes a

Class C Land.  “U” denotes a Land unclassified in rule 201.

(Added by IEPA.)

B-1

 


 

B.  A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued


 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        21      Food and kindred prod-        211    Meat products -- manufacturing.        2111  Meat packing -- manufacturing.        2011  C

                    ucts--manufacturing.                          2112        Sausages and other prepared meat          2013

                                                                  products--manufacturing.

                                                  2113        Poultry and small game dressing and  2015

                                                                  packing.

 

                          212    Dairy products--manufacturing.        2121        Creamery butter--manufacturing.        2021

                                                  2122        Cheese, natural and processed.        2022

                                                  2123        Condensed and evaporated milk--        2023

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2124        Ice cream and frozen desserts--        2024

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                2125 Fluid milk processing. 2026

 

                          213    Canning and preserving of fruits,        2131        Canning and curing seafoods.        2031

                                          vegetables, and seafoods.        2132  Canning specialty foods.        2032

                                                  2133        Canning fruits, vegetables, preserves, 2033

                                                                  jams, and jellies.

                                                  2134        Drying and dehydrating fruits and 2034

                                                                  vegetables.

                                                  2135        Pickling  fruits and vegetables; vege-         2035

                                                                  table sauces and seasonings; salad

                                                                  dressings--manufacturing.

                                                  2136        Fresh or frozen packaged fish and     2036

                                                                  seafoods.

                                                  2137        Frozen fruits, fruit juices, vegetables,        2037

                                                                  and specialities.

 

                          214    Grain mill products--manufactur-        2141  Flour and other grain mill products.  2041

                                          ing.  2142        Preparing feeds for animals and fowls. 2042

2143             Cereal preparations.             2043

                                                  2144        Rice milling.        2044

                                                  2145        Blending and preparing flour.        2045

                                                  2146        Wet corn milling.      2046

 

                          215    Bakery products--manufacturing.        2150  Bakery products--manufacturing.        205

 

                          216    Sugar--manufacturing.        2160  Sugar--manufacturing.        206

 

                          217        Confectionery and related prod-        2171  Candy and other confectionery prod-        2071

                                          ucts--manufacturing.                  ucts--manufacturing.

                                                  2172        Chocolate and cocoa products--        2072

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2173        Chewing gum--manufacturing.        2073

 

                          218        Beverage--manufacturing.        2181  Malt liquors--manufacturing.        2082

                                                  2182        Malt--manufacturing.        2083

                                                  2183        Wine, brandy, and brandy spirits--        2084

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2184        Distilling, rectifying, and blending    2085

                                                                  liquors.

                                                  2185        Bottling and canning soft drinks and  2086

                                                                  carbonated waters.

                                                  2186        Flavor extracts and flavoring sirups        2087

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

                          219    Other food preparations and kin-     2191        Cottonseed oil milling.      2091

                                          dred products manufacturing,        2192  Soybean oil milling. 2092

                                          NEC.        2193        Vegetable oil milling (except cotton-      2093

                                                                  seed and soybean).

                                                  2194        Animal and marine fats and oils (in-  2094

                                                                  cluding grease and tallow)--manu-

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  2195        Roasting coffee and coffee products-- 2095

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2196        Shortening, table oils, margarine, 2096

                                                                  and other edible fats and oils--

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2197        Ice--manufacturing        2097

 

                                                  2198        Macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli, and         2098

                                                                  noodles--manufacturing.

                                                  2199        Other food preparations and kindred      2099        C    

                                                                  products manufacturing, NEC.

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        22      Textile mill products--manu-        221        Broad and narrow woven fabrics       2210        Broad and narrow woven fabrics and        221,222,2239        C

                    facturing.                   and other small wares (cotton,                   other small wares (cotton, manmade     and 224

                                          manmade fibers, silk, and wool)--                      fibers, silk, and wool)--manufacturing.

                                          manufacturing.

 

                          222    Knit goods--manufacturing.        2220  Knit goods--manufacturing.        225

 

                          223    Dyeing and finishing of textiles      2230        Dyeing and finishing of textiles (ex-  226

                                          (except wool fabrics and knit                 cept wool fabrics and knit goods).

                                          goods.

 

                          224    Floor coverings (rugs and carpets)     2240        Floor coverings (rugs and carpets)--  227

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          225    Yarns and threads--manufacturing.        2250  Yarns and threads--manufacturing.        228

 

                          229    Other textile goods manufacturing,        2291  Felt goods (except woven felts and        2291

                                          NEC.                       hats)--manufacturing.

                                                  2292        Lace Goods--manufacturing.        2292

                                                  2293        Padding and upholstery filling--        2293

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2294        Processing waste and recovering fibers        2294

                                                                  and flock.

                                                  2295        Artificial leather and oil cloth manu-        2295

                                                                  facturing and other impregnating and

                                                                  coating fabrics (except rubberizing).

                                                  2296        Tire cording and fabric--manufacturing.        2296

                                                  2297        Wool scouring, worsted combing, and 2297

                                                                  towing to top.        

                                                  2299        Other textile goods manufacturing,        2299

                                                                  NEC.

 

        23      Apparel and other finished        231    Men’s, youths’ and boys’ suits,         2310        Men’s, youth’s, and boys’ suits, coats,        231

                    products made from fab-                  coats, and overcoats--manufac-                   and overcoats--manufacturing.

                    rics, leather, and similar          turing.

                   materials-- manufacturing.

 

                          232    Men’s, youths’, and boys’ furnish-     2320        Men’s, youths’, and boys’ furnishings,        232

                                        ings, work clothing, and allied             work clothing, and allied garments--

                                        garments--manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          233        Women’s, misses’, juniors’, girls’,         2330        Women’s, misses’, juniors’, girls’,         233 and

                                          children’s, and infants’ outerwear--                       children’s, and infants’ outerwear--        236

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          234        Women’s, misses’, children’s, and  2340        Women’s, misses’, children’s, and  234

                                           infants’ undergarments--manufact-                  infants’ undergarments--manufacturing.

                                          uring.

 

                          235    Hats, caps, and millinery-manu-        2350        Hats, caps, and millinery--manufac-   235

                                          facturing.                 turing.

 

                          236    Leather and leather products-- 2361        Leather tanning and finishing.   3111

                                           manufacturing.        2362        Industrial leather belting and packing--   3121

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2363        Boot and shoe cut stock and findings--  3131

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2364        Footwear (except rubber)--manufacturing.        314

                                                  2365        Leather gloves and mittens-manufacturing.        315

                                                  2366        Luggage--manufacturing.        316

                                                  2367        Handbags and other personal leather       317

                                                                  goods--manufacturing.       

                                                  2369        Other leather products manufacturing,        319

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          237            2370  Fur goods--manufacturing.        237    C

 

 

 

 

 

 

B-3

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        23      Apparel and other finished        238        Miscellaneous apparel and acces-        2381  Dress and work gloves (except knit        2381  C

  products made from fab-                      sories--manufacturing.                  and all leather)--manufacturing. 

  rics, leather, and similar                      2382      Robes and dressing gowns-manu-      2384

                    materials--manufacturing--                                facturing.

                    Continued                       2383        Raincoats and other waterproof outer         2385

                                                                  garments--manufacturing.

                                                  2384        Leather and sheep lined clothing--  2386

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2385        Apparel belts--manufacturing.        2387

                                                  2389        Other miscellaneous apparel and ac-        2389

                                                                  cessory manufacturing, NEC.

 

                          239    Other fabricated textile products   2391        Curtains and draperies--manufac-        2391

                                          manufacturing, NEC.                         turing.

                                                  2392        House furnishings (except curtains     2392

                                                                  and draperies)--manufacturing.

                                                  2393        Textile bags--manufacturing.        2393

                                                  2394        Canvas products--manufacturing.        2394

                                                  2395        Pleating, decorative and novelty     2395

                                                                  stitching and tucking for the trade.

                                                  2396        Apparel findings and related prod-         2396

                                                                  ucts--manufacturing.

                                                  2399        Other fabricated textile products   2397 and

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.         2399

 

24  Lumber and wood prod-      241    Logging camps and logging con-         2410      Logging camps and logging contrac-   241

                    ucts (except furniture)--           tractors.                   tors.

                    manufacturing.

                          242    Sawmills and planing mills.        2421  Sawmills and planing mills, general.      2421

                                                  2422        Hardwood dimension and flooring--   2426

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  2429        Special sawmill products manufac-   2429

                                                                  turing, NEC.

 

                          243        Millwork, veneer, plywood, and  2431        Millwork.        2431

                                          prefabricated structural wood        2432  Veneer and plywood--manufactur-        2432

                                          products--manufacturing.                  ing.

                                                  2433        Prefabricating wooden buildings and  2433

                                                                  structural members--manufacturing.

 

                          244    Wooden containers--manufactur-        2440  Wooden containers--manufacturing.        244

                                          ing.

 

                          249    Other lumber and wood products.  2491        Wood preserving.        2491

                                          (except furniture) manufactur-        2499  Other lumber and wood products   2499

                                         ing, NEC.                 (except furniture) manufacturing,

                                                                  NEC.

 

25  Furniture and fixtures--  251      Household furniture--manufactur-      2510      Household furniture--manufacturing.      251

                    manufacturing.                  ing.

 

                                       252    Office furniture--manufacturing.        2520  Office furniture--manufacturing.        252

 

                          253    Public building and related fur-  2530  Public building and related furni-         2531

                                          niture--manufacturing.                  ture--manufacturing.

 

                          254        Partitions, shelving, lockers, and  2540        Partitions, shelving, lockers, and  254

                                          office and store fixtures--manu-                        office and store fixtures--manu-

                                          facturing.                 facturing.

 

                          259    Other furniture and fixtures manu-        2591  Venetian blinds and shades--manu-        2591

                                          facturing, NEC.                         facturing.

                                                  2599        Other furniture and fixtures manu-        2599

                                                                  facturing, NEC.

 

26  Paper and allied products--      261    Pulp--manufacturing.      2610  Pulp--manufacturing.      261

                    manufacturing.

                          262    Paper (except building paper)--    2620        Paper (except building paper)--        262    C

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

 

 

B-4

 

 

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        26      Paper and allied products--      263        Paperboard--manufacturing.        2630        Paperboard--manufacturing.        263    C

                    manufacturing--Continued

                          264        Converted paper and paperboard        2641  Paper coating and glazing.        2641

                                          products (except containers and 2642        Envelope--manufacturing.        2642

                                          boxes)--manufacturing.        2643  Bags (except textile bags)--manu-        2643

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  2644        Wallpaper--manufacturing.        2644

                                                  2645        Die cut paper and paperboard; and  2645

                                                                  cardboard--manufacturing.

                                                  2646        Pressed and molded pulp goods--      2646

                                                                 manufacturing.       

                                                  2647        Sanitary paper products--manufac-        2647

                                                                  turing.

                                                  2649        Other converted paper and paper-        2649

                                                                  board products (except containers

                                                                  and boxes) manufacturing, NEC.

 

                          265        Paperboard containers and boxes--      2650        Paperboard containers and boxes--      265

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          266    Building paper and building         2660  Building paper and building board--      266

                                          board--manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

27  Printing, publishing, and      271      Newspapers:  publishing, publish-   2710      Newspapers:  publishing, publishing      271

                    allied industries.                 ing and printing.                and printing.

 

                          272        Periodicals:  publishing, publishing 2720        Periodicals:  publishing, publishing 272

                                          and printing.            and printing.

 

                          273    Books:  publishing, publishing and        2730  Books:  publishing, publishing and         273

                                          printing.                  printing.

       

                          274        Commercial printing.    2740        Commercial printing.    275

 

                          275        Manifold business forms--manu-        2750        Manifold business forms--manufac-   276

                                          facturing.                 turing.

 

                          276    Greeting card--manufacturing.        2760  Greeting card--manufacturing.        277

 

                          277        Bookbinding and related indus-        2771        Blankbooks, looseleaf binders, and  2782

                                          tries--manufacturing.                  devices--manufacturing.

                                                  2772        Bookbinding and miscellaneous re-   2789

                                                                  lated work--manufacturing.

                          278    Printing trade service industries. 2781        Typesetting.        2791

                                                  2782        Photoengraving.     2793

                                                  2783        Electrotyping and stereotyping.        2794

                                                  2789        Other printing trade service indus-        2799

                                                                  tries, NEC.

                          279    Other printing and publishing, NEC.        2790  Other printing and publishing, NEC.        274

 

        28        Chemicals and allied prod-        281        Industrial inorganic and organic      2810        Industrial inorganic and organic      281

                    ucts--manufacturing.                  chemicals--manufacturing.                  chemicals--manufacturing.

 

                          282    Plastics materials and synthetic   2820        Plastics materials and synthetic   282

                                          resins, synthetic rubber, syn-                          resins, synthetic rubber, synthetic

                                          thetic and other manmade fibers                         and other manmade fibers (except

                                          (except glass)--manufacturing.                  glass)--manufacturing.

 

                          283    Drug--manufacturing.        2831        Biological products--manufacturing.        2831

                                                  2832        Medicinal chemicals and botanical   2833

                                                                  products--manufacturing.

                                                  2833        Pharmaceutical preparations--man-        2834

                                                                  ufacturing.

                          284    Soap, detergents, and cleaning     2841        Soap and detergents (except spe- 2841

                                          preparations, perfumes, cos-                  cialty cleaners)--manufacturing.

                                          metics, and other toilet prepa-        2842        Specialty cleaning, polishing, and  2842

                                          rations--manufacturing.                  sanitation preparations (except

                                                                  soap and detergents)--manufac-

                                                                  turing.

                                                  2843        Surface active agents, finishing        2843

                                                                  agents, sulfonated oils, and as-

                                                                  sistants--manufacturing.

                                                  2844        Perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet        2844  C

                                                          preparations-manufacturing.

B-5

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        28        Chemicals and allied prod-        285    Paints, varnishes, lacquers, en-   2850  Paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels,    285        C

                    ucts--manufacturing--                amels, and allied products--               and allied products--manufacturing.

                    Continued.                        manufacturing.

 

                          286    Gum and wood chemicals-manu-        2860  Gum and wood chemicals--manufac-   286

                                          facturing.                 turing.

 

                          287        Agricultural chemicals--manufac-   2870        Agricultural chemicals--manufac-   287

                                          turing.                      turing.

 

                          289    Other chemicals and allied prod-         2891        Glue and gelatin--manufacturing.        2891

                                          ucts--manufacturing, NEC.         2892        Explosives--manufacturing.        2892

                                                  2893        Printing ink--manufacturing.        2893

                                                  2894        Carbon black--manufacturing.        2895

                                                  2899        Other chemicals and allied products   2899

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

        29        Petroleum refining and re-        291        Petroleum refining.     2910        Petroleum refining.     291

                    lated  industries.

                          292    Paving and roofing  materials-- 2921        Paving mixtures and blocks--manu-        2951

                                          manufacturing.                  facturing.

                                                  2922        Asphalt felts and coatings--manu-        2952

                                                                  facturing.

 

                          299    Other petroleum refining and re-       2991        Lubricating oils and greases--manu-        2992

                                          lated industries, NEC.               facturing.

                                                  2999        Other petroleum and coal products   2999

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

31  Rubber and miscellaneous      311    Tires and inner tubes--manufac-  3110      Tires and inner tubes--manufactur-      301

                    plastic products--manu-               turing.                      ing.

                    facturing.

                          312    Rubber footwear--manufacturing.        3120  Rubber footwear--manufacturing.        302

 

                          313        Reclaiming rubber.      3130        Reclaiming rubber.      303

 

                          314        Miscellaneous plastic products--        3140        Miscellaneous plastic products--        307

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          319    Other fabricated rubber products   3190        Other fabricated rubber products   306

                                          manufacturing, NEC.                         manufacturing, NEC.

 

        32      Stone, clay, and glass prod-         321        Flat glass--manufacturing.        3210  Flat glass--manufacturing.        3211 and

                    ucts--manufacturing.                                                incl. 3231

 

                          322    Glass and glassware (pressed or        3221  Glass containers--manufacturing.        3221 and

                                          blown)--manufacturing.                          incl. 3231

                                                  3229        Other glass and glassware (pressed    3229 and

                                                                  or blown) manufacturing, NEC.         incl. 3231

 

                          323    Cement (hydraulic)--manufactur-        3230  Cement (hydraulic)--manufacturing.        324

                                          ing.

 

                          324        Structural clay products--manu-        3241  Brick and structural clay tile--manu-        3251

                                          facturing.                 facturing.

                                                  3242        Ceramic wall and floor tile--manu-        3253

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3243        Clay refractories--manufacturing.        3255

                                                  3249        Other structural clay products manu-        3259

                                                                  facturing, NEC.

 

                          325    Pottery and related products-- 3251        Vitreous china plumbing fixtures,        3261

                                          manufacturing.                  china, earthenware fittings, and

                                                                  bathroom accessories--manufacturing.

                                                  3252        Vitreous china table and kitchen        3262

                                                                  articles--manufacturing.

                                                  3253        Fine earthenware (whiteware) table        3263

                                                                  and kitchen articles--manufacturing.

                                                  3254        Porcelain electrical supplies--manu-        3264

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3259        Other pottery and related products   3269        C

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

B-6

 

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        32      Stone, clay, and glass prod-         326        Concrete, gypsum, and plaster       3261        Concrete brick and block--manu-        3271  C

                    ucts--manufacturing--                products--manufacturing.                  facturing.

                    Continued.                                3262        Concrete products (excluding brick          3272

                                                                  and block)--manufacturing.

                                                  3263        Concrete (ready mixed)--manufac-   3273

                                                                  turing.

                                                  3264        Lime products--manufacturing.        3274

                                                  3265        Gypsum products--manufacturing.        3275

 

                          327    Cut stone and stone products-- 3270        Cut stone and stone products--manu-        328

                                          manufacturing.                  facturing.

 

                          328        Abrasive, asbestos, and miscella-    3280        Abrasive, asbestos, and miscella-    329

                                          neous nonmetallic mineral prod-                         neous nonmetallic mineral prod-

                                          ucts--manufacturing.                  ucts--manufacturing.

 

33  Primary metal industries.      331    Blast furnaces, steel works, and      3311  Blast furnaces (including coke ovens),      3312

                                          the rolling and finishing of fer-           steel works, and the rolling of fer-

                                          rous metals.             rous metals.

                                                  3312        Electrometallurgical products--man-          3313

                                                                  ufacturing.

                                                  3313        Steel wire drawing and steel nails          3315

                                                                  and spikes--manufacturing.

                                                  3314        Cold rolled sheet, strip, and bars--        3316

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3315        Steel pipe and tubes--manufacturing.        3317

 

                          332    Iron and steel foundries.        3320  Iron and steel foundries.        332

 

                          333    Primary smelting and refining of 3331        Primary smelting and refining of 3331

                                          nonferrous metals.                      copper.

                                                  3332        Primary smelting and refining of 3332

                                                                  lead.

                                                  3333        Primary smelting and refining of 3333

                                                                  zinc.

                                                  3334        Primary production of aluminum. 3334

                                                  3339        Other primary smelting and refining      3339

                                                                  of nonferrous metals, NEC.

 

                          334        Secondary smelting and refining of 3340        Secondary smelting and refining of 334

                                          nonferrous metals and alloys.             nonferrous metals and alloys.

 

                          335    Rolling, drawing, and extruding of        3351  Rolling drawing, and extruding of         3351

                                          nonferrous metals.                      copper.

                                                  3352        Rolling, drawing, and extruding of        3352

                                                                  aluminum.

                                                  3353        Rolling, drawing, and extruding of        3356

                                                                  nonferrous metals (except copper

                                                                  and aluminum).

                                                  3354        Drawing and insulating of nonferrous        3357

                                                                  wire.

 

                          336        Nonferrous foundries.  3360        Nonferrous foundries.  336

 

                          339    Other primary metal industries, 3390        Other primary metal industries,        339

                                          NEC.                       NEC.

 

        34        Fabricated metal prod-        341        Ordinance and accessories.        3411  Guns, howitzers, mortars, and re-       191

                    ucts--manufacturing.                                          lated equipment--manufacturing.

                                                  3412        Ammunition (except small arms)        192

                                                                  manufacturing and complete as-

                                                                  sembling of guided missiles and

                                                                  space vehicles.

                                                  3413        Tanks and tank components--manu-        193

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3414        Sighting and fire control equipment--        194

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3415        Small arms--manufacturing.        195

                                                  3416        Small arms ammunition--manufac-   196

                                                                  turing.

                                                  3419        Other ordinance and accessories        199    C

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

B-7

 

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        34        Fabricated metal prod-        342        Machinery (except electrical)--        3421  Engines and turbines--manufactur-        351    C

                    ucts--manufacturing--                manufacturing.                  ing.

                    Continued.                                3422        Farm machinery and equipment--        352

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3423        Construction, mining, and materials   353

                                                                  handling machinery and equip-

                                                                  ment--manufacturing.

                                                  3424        Metalworking machinery and equip-       354

                                                                  ment--manufacturing.

                                                  3425        Special industry machinery (except      355

                                                                  metalworking machinery)--manu-

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3426        General industrial machinery and         356

                                                                  equipment--manufacturing.

                                                  3427        Office, computing, and accounting 357

                                                                  machines--manufacturing.

                                                  3428        Service industry machines--manu-        358

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3429        Other machinery --manufacturing        359

                                                                  (except electrical), NEC.

 

                          343        Electrical machinery, equipment,        3431        Electrical transmission and distribu-    361

                                          and supplies--manufacturing.                 tion equipment--manufacturing.

                                                  3432        Electrical industrial apparatus--        362

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3433        Household appliances--manufactur-        363

                                                                  ing.

                                                  3434        Electric lighting and wiring equip-       364

                                                                  ment--manufacturing.

                                                  3435        Radio and television receiving sets 365

                                                                  (except communication types)--

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3436        Communication equipment--manu-        366

                                                                  facturing.

                                                  3437        Electronic components and acces-        367

                                                                  sories--manufacturing.

                                                  3439        Other electrical machinery, equip-        369

                                                                  ment, and supplies manufactur-

                                                                  ing, NEC.

 

                          344        Transportation equipment--man-        3441  Motor vehicles and motor vehicle       371

                                          ufacturing.               equipment--manufacturing.

                                                  3442        Aircraft and parts--manufacturing.        372

                                                  3443        Ship and boat building and repairing.   373

                                                  3444        Railroad equipment--manufacturing.        374

                                                  3445        Motorcycles, bicycles, and parts--      375

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3449        Other transportation equipment 379

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

                          349    Other fabricated metal products   3491        Metal cans--manufacturing.        341

                                          manufacturing, NEC.         3492        Cutlery, hand tools, and general        342

                                                                  hardware--manufacturing.

                                                  3493        Heating apparatus (except electri-       343

                                                                  cal) and plumbing fixtures--man-

                                                                  ufacturing.

                                                  3494        Fabricated structural metal prod-         344

                                                                  ucts--manufacturing.

                                                  3495        Screw machine products and bolts,        345

                                                                  nuts, screws, rivets, and washers--

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3496        Metal stamping--manufacturing.        346

                                                  3497        Coating, engraving, and allied serv-          347

                                                                  ices.

                                                  3498        Fabricated wire products (miscella-  348

                                                                  neous products)--manufacturing.

                                                  3499        Other fabricated metal products   349        C

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

 

 

B-8

 


B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

        35        Professional, scientific, and        351        Engineering, laboratory, and sci-        3510        Engineering, laboratory, and scien-        381                    C

                    controlling instruments:                      entific and research instruments                       tific and research instruments and

                    photographic and optical                       and associated equipment--                      associated equipment--manufac-

                    goods; watches and clocks--                  manufacturing.                  turing.

                    manufacturing.

                          352        Instruments for measuring, con-        3521        Mechanical measuring and control-     3821

                                          trolling, and indicating physical            ling instruments (except automatic

                                          characteristics--manufacturing.                  temperature controls)--manufac-

                                                                  turing.

                                                  3522        Automatic temperature controls--  3822

                                                                  manufacturing.

 

                          353    Optical instruments and lenses--     3530        Optical instruments and lenses--     383

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          354    Surgical, medical, and dental in-   3541  Surgical and medical instruments        3841

                                          struments and supplies--manu-                        and apparatus--manufacturing.

                                          facturing.

                                                  3542        Orthopedic, prosthetic, and surgical      3842

                                                                  appliances and supplies--manufac-

                                                                  turing.

                                                  3543        Dental equipment and supplies-- 3843

                                                                  manufacturing.

 

                          355        Ophthalmic goods--manufactur-        3550        Ophthalmic goods--manufacturing.        385

                                          ing.

 

                          356        Photographic equipment and sup-        3560        Photographic equipment and sup-        386

                                          plies--manufacturing.                  plies--manufacturing.

 

                          357        Watches, clocks, clockwork oper-         3570        Watches, clocks, clockwork operated    387

                                          ated devices, and parts--manu-              devices, and parts--manufacturing.

                                          facturing.

 

        39        Miscellaneous manufactur-        391    Jewelry, silverware, and plated        3911        Jewelry and precious metals-manu-        3911

                    ing, NEC.                         ware--manufacturing.                  facturing.

                                                  3912        Jewelers’ findings and materials-- 3912

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3913        Lapidary work.        3913

                                                  3914        Silverware and plated ware--manu-        3914

                                                                  facturing.

 

                          392    Musical instruments and parts--       3920        Musical instruments and parts--       393

                                          manufacturing.                  manufacturing.

 

                          393    Toys, amusement, sporting, and        3930  Toys, amusement, sporting, and        394

                                          athletic goods--manufacturing.                  athletic goods--manufacturing.

 

                          394    Pens, pencils, and other office         3940        Pens, pencils, and other office and        395

                                          and artists’ materials--manu-               artists’ materials--manufacturing.

                                          facturing.

 

                          395    Costume jewelry, costume novel-        3950        Costume jewelry, costume novelties,  396

                                          ties, buttons, and miscellaneous             buttons, and miscellaneous notions

                                          notions (except precious metals)                      (except precious metals)--manu-

                                          --manufacturing.                  facturing.

 

                          396        Tobacco--manufacturing.        3961        Cigarettes--manufacturing.        211

                                                  3962        Cigars--manufacturing.        212

                                                  3963        Tobacco (chewing and smoking) and        213

                                                                  snuff--manufacturing.

                                                  3964        Tobacco stemming and redrying.   214        C

 

                          397    Motion picture production.        3970  Motion picture production.        7811                   B                   

 

 

 

 

 

B-9

 

 

 

 

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        39        Miscellaneous manufactur-        399    Other miscellaneous manufactur-        3991  Brooms and brushes--manufactur-        3981  C

                    ing, NEC--Continued.              ing, NEC.               ing.

                                                  3992        Linoleum, asphalted-felt base, and  3982

                                                                  other hard surface floor cover

                                                                  manufacturing, NEC.

                                                  3993        Matches--manufacturing.        3983

                                                  3994        Lamp shades--manufacturing.        3987

                                                  3995        Mortician’s goods-manufacturing.        3988

                                                  3996        Fur dressing and dyeing        3992

                                                  3997        Signs and advertising displays-- 3993

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3998        Umbrellas, parasols, and canes--      3995

                                                                  manufacturing.

                                                  3999        Other miscellaneous manufacturing,        3984 and

                                                                  NEC.         3999        C

 

41  Railroad, rapid rail transit,      411    Railroad transportation.      4111  Railroad right-of-way (excluding      ----     U

                    and street railway trans-                                          switching and marshaling yards).

                    portation.                        4112  Railroad switching and marshaling ----        C

                                                                  yards.

                                                  4113        Railroad terminals (passenger).        ----

                                                  4114        Railroad terminals (freight).        ----

                                                  4115        Railroad terminals (passenger and        ----

                                                                  freight).

                                                  4116        Railroad equipment and mainte-      ----

                                                                  nance.

                                                  4119        Other railroad transportation, NEC.         ----        C

 

                          412    Rapid rail transit and street rail- 4121        Rapid rail transit and street railway      ----        U

                                          way transportation.                  right-of-way.2

 

                                                  4122        Rapid rail transit and street railway      ----        C

                                                                  passenger terminals.3

                                                  4123        Rapid rail transit and street railway      ----

                                                                  equipment maintenance.

                                                  4129        Other rapid rail transit and street         ----

                                                                  railway transportation, NEC.

 

42  Motor  vehicle transporta-      421    Bus transportation.      4211  Bus passenger terminals (intercity).4      ----

                    tion.                       4212        Bus passenger terminals (local).4        ----

                                                  4213        Bus passenger terminals (intercity        ----

                                                                  and local).4

                                                  4214        Bus garaging and equipment mainte-      ----

                                                                  nance.

                                                  4219        Other bus transportation, NEC.         ----

 

                          422    Motor freight transportation.        4221  Motor freight terminals.        ----

                                                  4222        Motor freight garaging and equip-        ----

                                                                  ment maintenance.

                                                  4229        Other motor freight transportation,        ----     C

                                                                  NEC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FOOTNOTES

  1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  The are the

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit land

use activity indicated.  (See ch. III, Sec. A3, “The Use of Standard

Industrial Classification Nomenclature.”)  A dash indicates that there

is no corresponding SIC code.

 

 

 

B-10

 

 

B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        42      Motor vehicle transporta-        429    Other motor vehicle transporta-        4291  Taxicab transportation.        4121  C

                    tion--Continued                 tion, NEC.        4299  Other motor vehicle transportation,        ----     C

                                                                  NEC.

 

        43      Aircraft transportation.        431    Airports and flying fields.        4311  Airport and flying field landing/     ----        U

                                                                  takeoff fields.

                                                  4312        Airport and flying field terminals   ----

                                                                  (passenger).

                                                  4313        Airport and flying field terminals   ----

                                                                  (freight).

                                                  4314        Airport and flying field terminals   ----

                                                                  (passenger and freight).

                                                  4315        Aircraft storage and equipment ----

                                                                  maintenance.

                                                  4319        Other airports and flying fields,        ----

                                                                  NEC.

                          439    Other aircraft  transportation,        4391  Heliport landing/takeoff pads.5        ----        U

                                          NEC.        4399  Other aircraft transportation, NEC.         ----        

 

        44      Marine craft transporta-        441    Marine terminals.7 4411        Marine terminals (passenger).8        ----     C

                    tion.8                     4412        Marine terminals (freight).        ----

                                                  4413        Marine terminals (passenger and         ----

                                                                  freight).

                                                  4414        Marine terminals (commercial fish-        ----

                                                                  ing).

                                                  4419        Other marine terminals, NEC.        ----

                          449    Other marine craft transportation,        4490  Other marine craft transportation,        ----     C

                                          NEC.                       NEC.

 

45    Highway and street right-of-way.        451        Freeways.        4510        Freeways.9        ----     U

                          452        Expressways.        4520        Expressways.10      ----

                          453        Parkways.        4530        Parkways.11        ----

                          454    Arterial streets.      4540        Arterial streets.12   ----

                          455        Collector/distributor streets.        4550        Collector/distributor streets.13        ----

                          456    Local access streets.        4560  Local access streets.14        ----

                          457    Alleys.        4570  Alleys.15        ----

                          459    Other highway and street right-of-    4590        Other highway and street right-of-        ----     U

                                          way, NEC.               way, NEC.

 

46    Automobile parking.     460        Automobile parking.     4600        Automobile parking.16  ----        C

 

47        Communication.     471        Telephone communication.        4711        Telephone exchange stations.        ----     B

                                                  4712        Telephone relay towers (microwave).        ----    

                                                  4719        Other telephone communication,        ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          472        Telegraph communication.        4721        Telegraph message centers.        ----    

                                                  4722        Telegraph transmitting and receiv-       ----        

                                                                  ing stations (only).

                                                  4729        Other telegraph communication,        ----

                                                                  NEC.

                          473    Radio communication.        4731  Radio broadcasting studios (only).        ----

                                                  4732        Radio transmitting stations and        ----

                                                                  towers.

                                                  4739        Other radio communication, NEC.         ----

 

                          474        Television communication.        4741        Television broadcasting studios (only).        ----

                                                  4742        Television transmitting stations and        ----

                                                                  relay towers.

                                                  4749        Other television communication,        ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          475    Radio and television communica-        4751  Radio and television broadcasting        ----

                                          tion (combined systems).                  studios, only (combined systems). 

                                                  4759        Other combined radio and television  ----

                                                                  communication, NEC.

 

                          479    Other communication, NEC.         4790        Other communication. NEC.         ----        B

 

 

 

 

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LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        48      Utilities        481    Electric utility.       4811        Electric transmission right-of-way.17  ----        C

                                                  4812        Electric generation plants.        ----

                                                  4813        Electricity regulating substations.        ----

                                                  4819        Other electric utility, NEC.        ----

 

                          482    Gas utility.       4821        Gas pipeline right-of-way.17        ----

                                                  4822        Gas production plants.        ----

                                                  4823        Natural or manufactured gas storage      ----

                                                                  and distribution points.

                                                  4824        Gas pressure control stations.        ----

                                                  4829        Other gas utilities, NEC.        ----

 

                          483    Water utilities and irrigation.  4831        Water pipeline right-of-way.17        ----

                                                  4832        Water treatment plants (purifica-   ----

                                                                  tion).

                                                  4833        Water storage.18   ----

                                                  4834        Irrigation distribution channels.   ----

                                                  4835        Water pressure control stations.        ----

                                                  4839        Other water utilities and irrigation,  ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          484    Sewage disposal.   4841        Sewage treatment plants.        ----

                                                  4842        Sewage sludge drying beds.        ----

                                                  4843        Sewage pressure control stations.    ----

                                                  4849        Other sewage disposal, NEC.        ----

 

                          485    Solid waste disposal.        4851  Refuse incineration.        ----

                                                  4852        Central garbage grinding stations.        ----

                                                  4853        Compositing plants.       ----

                                                  4854        Sanitary landfills.    ----

                                                  4855        Refuse disposals.  ----

                                                  4856        Industrial waste disposals.        ----

                                                  4857        Active slag dumps and mineral waste        ----

                                                                  disposals.

                                                  4859        Other solid waste disposal, NEC.         ----

 

                          489    Other utilities, NEC.        4890  Other utilities, NEC.        ----

 

        49      Other transportation, com-          491        Other pipeline right-of-way and        4911        Petroleum pipeline right-of-way.17       ----

                    munication, and utilities,                     pressure control stations, NEC.        4912        Petroleum pressure control stations.    ----

                    NEC.                     4919        Other pipeline right-of-way and pres-         ----

                                                                  sure control stations, NEC.

 

                          492        Transportation services and ar-        4921  Freight forwarding services.        4041 and

                                          rangements.                     4712

                                                  4922        Packing and crating services.        4783

                                                  4923        Travel arranging services.        472

 

                                                  4924        Transportation ticket services. 18        ----

                                                  4929        Other transportation services and         ----

                                                                  arrangements, NEC.

 

                          499    Other transportation, communica-        4900  Other transportation, communica-        ----     C

                                          tion, and utilities, NEC.                   tion, and utilities, NEC.        

 

 

FOOTNOTES                                5Code 4391--”Heliport landing/takeoff pads” are identified only

        1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  They are the   when they are separate activities and not a part of code 431, “Airports

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit        and flying fields.”

land use activity indicated.  (See ch. III, Sec. A3, “The Use of Stand-                  6Code 44--”Marine craft transportation.” The maintenance and

ard Industrial Classification Nomenclature.”)  A dash indicates that        repair of marine craft should be coded 3443, “Ship and boat building

there is no corresponding SIC code.                               and repairing.”

        2Code 4121--”Rapid rail transit and street railway right-of-way”                  7Code 441--”Marine terminals” include all docking facilities (e.g.,

includes only that land which is not within public right-of-way (e.g.,        wharves, piers, and docks) and associated areas that are used by com-

within a public street right-of-way).  Railroad right-of-way used by   mercial passenger, freight, and fishing craft.  Docking facilities that

rapid rail transit is considered to be railroad right-of-way and is coded        primarily serve recreational type of marine craft are identified under

4111.                                         code 744, “Marinas,”

        3Code 4122--”Rapid rail transit and street railway passenger ter-                 8Code 4411--”Marine terminals (passenger)” include ferry terminals.

minals” identifies only those terminals that are not located within           9Code 4510--”Freeways” are divided highways for through traffic

public right-of-way (e.g., within a public street right-of-way).    with full control of access and no cross traffic at grade.

        4Codes 4211, 4212, 4213--”Bus passenger terminals” identifies only                  10Code 4520--”Expressways” are divided highways for through

those terminals that are not located on the public right-of-way (e.g.,  traffic with full or partial control of access with grade separations at

within a public street right-of-way).                              major crossroads.

                                                          Footnotes continued on following page.

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      11Code 4530--”Parkways” are highways for noncommercial traffic,           17 parking spaces), and that serves no other single type of activity.

with full or partial control of access.  They are located within a park                        This code includes parking on open lots, parking within parking struc-

or within a ribbon of parklike development.                                              tures, parking within structures that also house other activities (e.g.,

      12Code 4540--”Arterial streets” are those streets which serve move-                   parking area in an office building), and the parking area at shopping

ments of traffic and are not freeways, expressways, and parkways.                           centers.  Parking areas of less than 5,000 square feet are not identified

Generally there is no control of access.                                                          as a separate activity.

        13Code 4550--”Collector/distributor streets” are those streets that                      17Codes 4811, 4821, 4831, 4911--These codes identify those areas

collect traffic from the local streets and channel it into the arterial       where the surface is devoted exclusively to the right-of-way of the respec-

system.  These streets also provide necessary cross-connections be-        tive activities and is used for no other purposes.

tween arterials.  The collector/distributor street does not handle long                      18Code 4833--”Water storage” includes impounded surface water

through trips, and it is not continuous for any great length.        areas or water tanks used for storage.  Lakes or other natural water

        14Code 4560--”Local access streets” are those used primarily for         formations are identified under code 93, “Water areas.”

access to residences, businesses, or other abutting activities.          19Code 4924--”Transportation ticket services” include the ticket

        15Code 4570--”Alleys” are minor narrow streets usually without        offices of any of the transportation systems.  The ticket offices are

sidewalks and on which building adjoin from the rear. identified only when they are a separate and distinct activity, not

        16Code 4600--”Automobile parking” includes nonresidential off-        located within one of the transportation terminals.

street parking that is 5,000 square feet or greater (or approximately

 

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        51        Wholesale trade.2       511        Motor vehicles and automotive        5111        Automobiles and other motor vehi-          5012        B

                                          equipment--wholesale.                 cles--wholesale.

                                                  5112        Automotive equipment--wholesale. 5013

                                                  5113        Tires and tubes--wholesale.        5014

 

                          512    Drugs, chemicals, and allied         5121        Drugs, drug proprietaries and drug-         5022

                                          products--wholesale.                 gists’ sundries--wholesale.

                                                  5122        Paints and varnishes--wholesale. 5028

                                                  5129        Other drugs, chemicals, and allied         5029

                                                                  products, wholesale, NEC.

 

                          513    Dry goods and apparel--whole-       5131        Dry goods, piece goods, and notions--   5032

                                          sale.                 wholesale.

                                                  5132        Apparel and accessories, hosiery, and        5035

                                                                  lingerie--wholesale.

                                                  5133        Footwear--wholesale. 5039

 

                          514        Groceries and related products--        5141        Groceries (general line)--wholesale. 5042

                                          wholesale.        5142  Dairy products--wholesale. 5043

                                                  5143        Poultry and poultry products--        5044

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5144        Confectionery--wholesale.        5045

                                                  5145        Fish and seafoods--wholesale. 5046

                                                  5146        Meats and meat products--wholesale. 5047

                                                  5147        Fruits and vegetables (fresh)--        5048

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5149        Other groceries and related products   5049

                                                                  wholesale, NEC.

 

                          515    Farm products (raw materials)--        5151  Cotton--wholesale. Incl. 5051

                                          wholesale.        5152  Grain--wholesale. Incl. 5051

                                                  5153        Hides, skins, and raw furs-whole-       Incl. 5051

                                                                  sale.

                                                  5154        Leaf tobacco--wholesale. Incl. 5051

                                                  5155        Wool and mohair--wholesale.        Incl. 5051

                                                  5156        Livestock--wholesale. Incl. 5051

                                                  5157        Horses and mules--wholesale.        Incl. 5051

                                                  5159        Other farm products wholesale,        Incl. 5051

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          516        Electrical goods--wholesale.        5161        Electrical apparatus and equipment,        5063

                                                                  wiring supplies, and construction

                                                                  materials--wholesale.

                                                  5162        Electrical appliances, television, and        5064

                                                                  radio sets--wholesale.

                                                  5163        Electronic parts and equipment--        5065

                                                                  wholesale.

 

                          517        Hardware, plumbing, heating        5171        Hardware--wholesale. 5072

                                          equipment, and supplies--        5172        Plumbing and heating equipment        5074

                                          wholesale.               and supplies--wholesale.

                                                  5173        Air conditioning, refrigerated equip-        5077  B

                                                                  ment, and supplies--wholesale.

 

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LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        51        Wholesale trade 2--    518        Machinery, equipment, and        5181        Commercial and industrial machin-    5082        B

                    Continued                 supplies--wholesale.                 ery, equipment, and supplies--

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5182        Farm machinery and equipment--        5083

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5183        Professional equipment and sup-        5086

                                                                  plies--wholesale.

                                                  5184        Equipment and supplies for service        5087

                                                                  establishments--wholesale.

                                                  5185        Transportation equipment and sup-        5088

                                                                  lies (except motor vehicles)--

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5189        Other machinery, equipment, and        5089

                                                                  supplies wholesale, NEC.

 

                          519    Other wholesale trade, NEC.         5191        Metals and minerals (except petro-        5091

                                                                  leum products and scrap)--whole-

                                                                  sale.

                                                  5192        Petroleum bulk stations and termi-        5092

                                                                  nals--wholesale.

                                                  5193        Scrap and waste materials--whole-       5093

                                                                  sale.

                                                  5194        Tobacco and tobacco products--        5094

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5195        Beer, wine, and distilled alcoholic    5095

                                                                  beverages--wholesale.

                                                  5196        Paper and paper products--whole-       5096

                                                                  sale.

                                                  5197        Furniture and home furnishings--        5097

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5198        Lumber and construction materials-- 5098

                                                                  wholesale.

                                                  5199        Other wholesale trade, NEC.         5099

 

        52      Retail trade--building ma-        521    Lumber and other building ma-  5211  Lumber years-retail        5211

                    terials, hardware, and                   terials--retail.        5212  Building materials--retail.        5212

                    farm equipment.             

                          522    Heating and plumbing equip-       5220        Heating and plumbing equipment--        522

                                          ment-retail.              retail.

 

                          523    Paint, glass, and wallpaper--        5230  Paint, glass, and wallpaper-retail.        523

                                          retail.

 

                          524        Electrical supplies--retail.        5240        Electrical supplies--retail.        524

 

                          525        Hardware and farm equip-        5251        Hardware--retail          5251

                                          ment--retail.        5252  Farm equipment retail.        5252

 

        53      Retail trade--general  mer-        531        Department stores--retail.        5310        Department stores--retail.        531

                    chandise.

                          532    Mail order houses--retail.        5320  Mail order houses--retail.        532

 

                          533    Limited price variety stores--     5330        Limited price variety stores--retail.         533

                                          retail.

 

                          534        Merchandise vending machine        5340        Merchandise vending machine op-  534

                                          operators--retail.                         erators--retail.

 

                          535    Direct selling organizations--        5350  Direct selling organizations--retail.         535

                                          retail.

 

                          539    Other retail trade--general        5391  Dry goods and general merchan-   5392

                                          merchandise, NEC.                         dise--retail.

                                                  5392        General stores--retail.       5393

 

        54      Retail trade--food.        541        Groceries (with or without        5410        Groceries (with or without meat)--      541

                                          meat)--retail            retail.

 

                          542    Meats and fish--retail.        5421  Meats--retail.         5422     

                                                  5422        Fish and seafoods--retail.        5423  B

 

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        54      Retail trade--food--        543    Fruits and vegetables--retail.         5430        Fruits and vegetables--retail.        543    B

                    Continued

                          544    Candy, nut, and confectionery--        5440  Candy, nut, and confectionery--        544

                                          retail.                       retail.

 

                          545    Dairy products-retail.        5450  Dairy products--retail.        545

 

                          546        Bakeries--retail.         5461        Bakeries (manufacturing)--retail.3       5462

                                                  5462        Bakeries (nonmanufacturing)--re- 5463

                                                                  tail.4

 

                          549    Other retail trade--food, NEC.         5491        Egg and poultry--retail.        5491

                                                  5499        Other retail trade--food, NEC.        5499

 

        55      Retail trade--automotive,        551    Motor vehicles--retail.        5511  Motor  vehicles (new and used cars)--        551

                    marine craft, aircraft,                                            retail.

                    and accessories.                               5512        Motor vehicles (used cars only)--        552

                                                                  retail.

 

                          552    Tires, batteries, and acces-        5520  Tires, batteries, and accessories--        553

                                          sories--retail.           retail.

 

                          553    Gasoline service stations.        5530  Gasoline service stations.        554

 

                          559    Other retail trade--automotive,        5591  Marine craft and accessories--retail        Incl. 5599

                                          marine craft, aircraft, and        5592  Aircraft and accessories--retail.         Incl. 5599

                                          accessories, NEC.         5599        Other retail trade--automotive,         Incl. 5599

                                                                  marine craft, aircraft, and acces-

                                                                  sories, NEC.

 

        56      Retail trade--apparel and        561    Men’s and boys’ clothing and  5610  Men’s and boys’ clothing and fur-     561

                    accessories.                       furnishings--retail.                         nishings--retail.

 

                          562        Women’s read-to-wear-retail.        5620        Women’s ready-to-wear-retail.         562

 

                          563        Women’s accessories and spe- 5630        Women’s accessories and special-     563

                                          cialties--retail.                         ties--retail.

 

                          564        Children’s and infants’ wear--        5640        Children’s and infants’ wear--retail.         564

                                          retail.

 

                          565    Family clothing--retail.        5650  Family clothing--retail.        565

 

                          566    Shoes--retail.         5660        Shoes--retail.        566

 

                          567    Custom tailoring.    5670        Custom tailoring.    567

 

                          568    Furriers and fur apparel--retail.         5680        Furriers and fur apparel--retail.        568

 

                          569    Other retail trade--apparel and  5690  Other retail trade--apparel and ac-      569

                                          accessories, NEC.                         cessories, NEC.

 

        57      Retail trade--furniture,         571        Furniture, home furnishings, and  5711        Furniture--retail.         5712

                    home furnishings, and                equipment--retail.         5712        Floor coverings--retail.        5713

                    equipment.                                5713        Draperies, curtains, and upholstery--        5714

                                                                  retail.

 

                                                  5714        China, glassware, and metalware---        5715

                                                                  retail.

 

                                                  5719        Other furniture, home furnishings,        5719

                                                                  and equipment retail, NEC.

 

                          572        Household appliances--retail.        5720        Household appliances--retail.        572

 

                          573    Radios, televisions, and music        5731        Radios and televisions--retail.        5732

                                          supplies--retail.         5732        Music supplies--retail.        5733

 

        58.     Retail trade--eating and        581    Eating places.       5810        Eating places.5        5812

                    drinking.

                          582    Drinking places (alcoholic bev- 5820  Drinking places (alcoholic beverages).        5813  B

                                          erages).

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        59      Other retail trade, NEC.        591    Drug and proprietary--retail.         5910        Drug and proprietary--retail.        591    B

 

                          592    Liquor--retail.         5920        Liquor--retail.        592

 

                          593        Antiques and secondhand mer-        5931        Antiques--retail.         5932

                                          chandise--retail.         5932        Secondhand merchandise retail.        5933

 

                          594    Book and stationery--retail.         5941        Books-retail.        5942

                                                  5942        Stationery--retail.         5943

 

                          595    Sporting goods and bicycles--      5951  Sporting goods--retail.        5952

                                          retail.        5952        Bicycles--retail.         5953

 

                          596    Farm and garden supplies--re-        5961  Hay, grains, and feeds-retail.         5962

                                          tail.  5969        Other farm and garden supplies        5969

                                                                  retail, NEC.

 

                          597    Jewelry--retail.       5970        Jewelry--retail.        597

 

                          598    Fuel and ice--retail.  5981        Fuel and ice dealers (except fuel oil    5982

                                                                  and bottled gas dealers)--retail.

                                                  5982        Fuel oil--retail.        5983

                                                  5983        Bottled gas--retail.         5984

 

                          599    Other retail trade, NEC.        5991  Florists--retail.       5992

                                                  5992        Cigars and cigarettes--retail.        5993

                                                  5993        Newspapers and magazines--retail.         5994

                                                  5994        Cameras and photographic supplies-- 5996

                                                                  retail.

                                                  5995        Gifts, novelties, and souvenirs--re-        5997

                                                                  tail.

 

                                                  5996        Optical goods--retail.       5998

                                                  5999        Other retail trade, NEC.        5999

 

        61      Finance, insurance, and        611    Banking and bank-related func-         6111        Banking services.    601, 602, 603,

                    real estate services.                  tions.                               and 604

                                                  6112        Bank-related functions.  605

 

                          612    Credit services (other than        6121  Savings and loan associations.        612

                                          banks).        6122        Agricultural, business, and personal    613, 614 and 615

                                                                  credit services (including credit

                                                                   unions).

                                                  6129        Other credit services (other than        611 and 616

                                                                  banks), NEC.

 

                          613    Security and commodity brok-         6131        Security brokers, dealers, and flota-  6211

                                          ers, dealers, exchanges, and                  tion services.

                                          services.        6132        Commodity contracts brokers and  6221

                                                                  dealers services.

                                                  6133        Security and commodity exchanges. 623

                                                  6134        Security and commodity allied serv-          628

                                                                  ices.

 

                          614        Insurance carriers, agents, brok-         6141        Insurance carriers.     63

                                          ers, and services.    6142        Insurance agents, brokers, and serv-          64        B

                                                                  ices.

 

 

 

FOOTNOTES                        the premises.  For  example, 5122-0 is a wholesaler of paints and var-

                                                  nishes who has a definite storage area set aside for  his merchandise.

        1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  They are the   3Code 5461--”bakeries (manufacturing)--retail” include only those

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit        bakeries that produce on the premises some or all of the products sold.

land use activity indicated.  (See ch. 111. sec. A3, “The Use of Standard          4Code 5462--”Bakeries (nonmanufacturing)--retail” include only

Industrial Classification Nomenclature.”)  A dash indicates that there          those bakeries that do not produce on the premises the products that

is no corresponding SIC code.                        are sold.

        2Code 51--”Wholesale trade.”  A code of “0" is used in the auxiliary            5Code 5810--”Eating places” include both establishments serving

position for those wholesalers who maintain a definite storage area on        only food as well as those serving both food and alcoholic beverages.

 

 

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        61      Finance, insurance, and        615    Real estate and related services.    6151        Real estate operators (except devel-        651        B

                    real estate services--                                        opers) and lessors.

                    Continued.                                6152        Real estate agents, brokers, and        653

                                                                  management services.

                                                  6153        Title abstracting services.        654

                                                  6154        Real estate subdividing and develop-    655

                                                                  ing services.

                                                  6155        Real estate operative builders.        656

                                                  6156        Combinations of real estate, insur-        661

                                                                  ance, loan, and law services.

                                                  6159        Other real estate and related services,    ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          616    Holding and investment serv-          6160        Holding and investment services.    67

                                          ices.

 

                          619    Other finance, insurance, and 6190  Other finance, insurance, and real     ----

                                          real estate services, NEC.                  estate services, NEC.

 

        62      Personal services.    621        Laundering, dry cleaning, and        6211        Laundering, dry cleaning, and dye-          7211, 7212, and

                                          dyeing services.                    ing services (except rugs).         7216

                                                  6212        Linen supply and industrial laundry     7213

                                                                  services.

                                                  6213        Diaper services.    7214

                                                  6214        Laundering and dry cleaning (self-        7215

                                                                  service).

                                                  6215        Rug cleaning and repair services.        7217

 

                          622        Photographic services (includ-        6220        Photographic services (including        722

                                          ing commercial).                     commercial).

 

                          623    Beauty and barber services.        6231  Beauty services.    723

                                                  6232        Barber services.    724

 

                          624    Funeral and crematory services;    6241        Funeral and crematory services.        726

                                          cemeteries.        6242        Cemeteries.        ----

 

                          625    Apparel repair, alteration and 6251  Pressing, alteration, and garment re-        7271

                                          cleaning pickup services; shoe                          pair; laundry and dry cleaning

                                          repair services.                    pickup services (only).

                                                  6252        Fur repair and storage services.        7272

                                                  6253        Shoe repair, shoe shining, and hat   725

                                                                  cleaning services.

 

                          629    Other personal services, NEC.         6290        Other personal services, NEC.        729

 

        63      Business services.    631        Advertising services.    6311        Advertising services (general).        7311

                                                  6312        Outdoor advertising services.        7312

                                                  6319        Other advertising services, NEC.         7319

 

                          632        Consumer and mercantile credit        6320        Consumer and mercantile credit re-        7321

                                          reporting services, adjustment                        porting services; adjustment and

                                          and collection services.                    collection services.

 

                          633        Duplicating mailing and steno-        6331  Direct mail advertising services.    7331

                                          graphic services.    6332        Blueprinting and photocopying serv-          7332

                                                                  ice.

                                                  6339        Stenographic services and other         7339

                                                                  duplicating and mailing services, NEC.

 

                          634    Dwelling and other building        6341  Window cleaning services.        7341

                                          services.        6342        Disinfecting and exterminating serv-          7342

                                                                  vices.

                                                  6349        Other dwelling and building services,    7349

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          635    News syndicate services.        6350  News syndicate services.        735

 

                          636        Employment services.    6360        Employment services.    736        B

 

 

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        63      Business services--  637        Warehousing and storage serv-        6371  Farm products warehousing and        4221  B

                    Continued                 ices.2                         storage (excluding stockyards).

                                                  6372        Stockyards.        4731

                                                  6373        Refrigerated warehousing (except      4222

                                                                  food lockers).

                                                  6374        Food lockers (with or without food          4223

                                                                  preparation facilities).

                                                  6375        Household goods warehousing and 4224

                                                                  storage.

                                                  6376        General warehousing and storage.     4225

                                                  6379        Other warehousing and storage,     4226

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          639    Other business services, NEC.         6391        Research, development, and testing       7391

                                                                  services.

                                                  6392        Business and management consulting         7392

                                                                  services.

                                                  6393        Detective and protective services.        7393

                                                  6394        Equipment rental and leasing serv-          7394

                                                                  ices.

                                                  6395        Photofinishing services.    7395

                                                  6396        Trading stamp services.    7396

                                                  6397        Automobile and truck rental serv-          7511

                                                                  ices.

                                                  6398        Motion picture distribution and 7812 and 782

                                                                  services.

                                                  6399        Other business services, NEC.        7399

 

        64      Repair services.    641        Automobile repair and services.        6411        Automobile repair services.        753

                                                  6412        Automobile wash services.        Incl. 7541

                                                  6419        Other automobile services (except re- Incl. 7541

                                                                  pair and wash), NEC.

 

                          649    Other repair services, NEC.         6491        Electrical repair services (except      Incl. 7621

                                                                  radio and television).

                                                  6492        Radio and television repair services.    7622

                                                  6493        Watch, clock, and jewelry repair        763

                                                                  services.

                                                  6494        Reupholstery and furniture repair        764

                                                                  services.

                                                  6495        Armature rewinding services.        7694

                                                  6499        Other repair services, NEC.        7699  B

 

        65        Professional services.    651        Medical and other health serv-        6511        Physicians’ services.    801, 803, A

                                          ices.                       and 804

                                                  6512        Dental services.    802

                                                  6513        Hospital services.    806

                                                  6514        Medical laboratory services.        8071

                                                  6515        Dental laboratory services.        8072

                                                  6516        Sanitariums, convalescent, and rest  8092

                                                                  home services.

                                                  6517        Medical clinics--out-patient services.    ----

                                                  6519        Other medical and health services,        8099  A

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          652    Legal services.    6520        Legal services.        811    B

 

                          659    Other professional services,    6591        Engineering and architectural serv-          891       

                                          NEC.                       ices.

                                                  6592        Educational and scientific research     892

                                                                  services.

                                                  6593        Accounting, auditing, and book-        893

                                                                  keeping services.

                                                  6594        Urban planning services.        Incl. 899

                                                  6599        Other professional services, NEC.        Incl. 899

 

        66      Contract construction        661    General contract construction        6611  Building construction--general con-        151

                    services.                    services.                    tractor services.

                                                  6619        Other general construction contrac-     16        B

                                                                  tor  services, NEC.

 

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B.            A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        66      Contract construction        662    Special construction trade serv-          6621        Plumbing, heating, and air condi-        171        B

                    services--Continued                    ices.               tioning services.

                                                  6622        Painting, paper hanging, and decor-        172

                                                                  ating services.

                                                  6623        Electrical services.    173

                                                  6624        Masonry, stonework, tile setting,      174

                                                                  and plastering service.

                                                  6625        Carpentering and wood flooring.        175

                                                  6626        Roofing and sheet metal services.    176

                                                  6627        Concrete services.    177

                                                  6628        Water well drilling services.        178

                                                  6629        Other special construction trade        179

                                                                  services, NEC.

 

        67        Governmental services.    671        Executive, legislative, and ju-        6710        Executive, legislative, and judicial      Incl. 919,

                                          dicial functions.                  functions.3        929, and 939

 

                          672        Protective functions and their        6721  Police protection and related activi-        Incl. 919,

                                          related activities.                  ties. 929, and 939

                                                  6722        Fire protection and related activities.  Incl. 919,

                                                                        929, and 939

                                                  6723        Civil defense and related activities.  Incl. 919,

                                                                        929, and 939

 

                          673    Postal services.    6730        Postal services.    Incl. 919        B

 

                          674        Correctional institutions.        6741  Prisons.        Incl. 919,        A

                                                                        929, and 939

 

                                                  6749        Other correctional institutions, NEC.        Incl. 919,

                                                                        929, and 939        A

 

                          675    Military bases and reservations.4        6751  Military training bases.        Incl. 919        B

                                                                        and 929

 

                                                  6752        Military defense installations.        Incl. 919

                                                                         and 929

                                                  6753        Military storage depots and trans-        Incl. 919

                                                                  portation centers.   and 929

                                                  6754        Military maintenance centers.     Incl. 919

                                                                         and 929

                                                  6755        Military administration or command  Incl. 919

                                                                  centers.     and 929

                                                  6756        Military communication centers.     Incl. 919

                                                                         and 929

                                                  6759        Other military bases and reserva-        Incl. 919

                                                                  tions, NEC.             and 929     B

 

        68        Educational services.    681        Nursery, primary, and secondary 6811        Nursery schools.     Incl. 821        A

                                          education.        6812  Primary (elementary) schools.5   Incl. 821

                                                  6813        Secondary schools.6   Incl. 821

 

                          682        University, college, junior college,      6821        Universities and colleges.        Incl. 8221

                                          and professional school edu- 6822  Junior colleges.    Incl. 8222

                                          cation.        6823        Professional schools.     Incl. 8221

 

                          683    Special training and schooling.  6831        Vocational or trade schools.        8242

                                                  6832        Business and stenographic schools.     Incl. 8299

                                                  6833        Barber and beauty schools.         Incl. 723

                                                                           and 724

                                                  6834        Art and music schools.     Incl. 8299

                                                  6835        Dancing schools.     Incl. 7911

                                                  6836        Driving schools.     Incl. 8299

                                                  6837        Correspondence schools.          8241

                                                  6839        Other special training and schooling,  Incl. 8299          A

                                                                  NEC.

 

 

 

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        69        Miscellaneous services.    691        Religious activities.7 6911        Churches, synagogues, and temples.    Incl. 866        A

                                                  6919        Other religious activities, NEC.        Incl. 866        A

 

                          692    Welfare and charitable services.    6920        Welfare and charitable services.        867    B

 

                          699    Other miscellaneous services,    6991        Business associations.        861

                                        NEC. 6992        Professional membership organiza-   862

                                                                  tions.

                                                  6993        Labor unions and similar labor        863

                                                                  organizations.

                                                  6994        Civic, social, and fraternal associa-     864

                                                                  tions.

                                                  6999        Other miscellaneous services, NEC.        ----     B

 

FOOTNOTES

 

  1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  They are the   legislature and courts.  All operational activities (e.g., shipbuilding,

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit land        schools, or hospitals) should be identified separately under the respective

use activity indicated.  (See ch. III, sec. A3, “The Use of Standard        activity codes.

Industrial Classification Nomenclature.”)  A dash indicates that there            4Code 675--”Military bases and reservations” include the installa-

is no corresponding SIC code.                        tions used by both the active military as well as the Reserves and the

  2Code 637--”Warehousing and storage services” include only those        National Guard.

facilities that are used by or are open to the public.  When ware-              5Code 6812--”Primary (elementary) schools” may or may not include

housing and storage is functionally and organizationally linked to    a kindergarten, but they do include grades 1 through 6.

another activity (e.g., a general contractor or an apparel manufacturer),          6Code 6813--”Secondary schools” are schools that include grades 7

the facilities are identified and coded the same as the parent activity        through 12, popularly known as junior and senior high schools.

and with a code of 4 (warehousing and storage) in the auxiliary position.     7Code 691--”Religious activities” include only those places operated

For example, 2310-4 is a warehouse and storage area of a manufacturer        for  worship or for the promotion of religious activities.  Activities

of  men’s, youths’, and boys’ suits, coats, and overcoats.        maintained by the religious organizations (e.g., schools, hospitals, pub-

  3Code 6710--”Executive, legislative, and judicial functions” include      lishing houses, etc.) should be identified separately under the respective

only the central and administrative office activities of the agencies or        activity codes.

special authorities involved in government functions, including the

 

 

        71      Cultural activities and         711    Cultural activities.  7111        Libraries        823    A

                    nature exhibitions.                               7112        Museums.        Incl. 841

                                                  7113        Art galleries.2        Incl. 841

                                                  7119        Other cultural activities, NEC.              ----

 

                          712    Nature exhibitions.        7121        Planetaria.               ----

                                                  7122        Aquariums.        Incl. 8421

                                                  7123        Botanical gardens and arboretums.        Incl. 842        A

                                                  7124        Zoos.         ----        B

                                                  7129        Other nature exhibitions, NEC.           ----

 

                          719    Other cultural activities and  7191  Historic and monument sites.3                ----

                                          nature exhibitions, NEC.        7199  Other cultural activities and nature         ----

                                                                  exhibitions, NEC.

 

        72      Public assembly.  721        Entertainment assembly.  7211        Amphitheaters.               ----

                                                  7212        Motion picture theaters.        Incl. 7831

                                                  7213        Drive-in  movies.     Incl. 7831

                                                  7214        Legitimate theaters.            ----

                                                  7219        Other entertainment assembly, NEC.              ----

 

                          722    Sports assembly.4        7221        Stadiums.5        Incl. 7941

                                                  7222        Arenas and field houses.                    ----  B

                                                  7223        Race tracks.6        Incl. 7948        C

                                                  7229        Other sports assembly, NEC.              ----  B

 

                          723    Public assembly, miscellaneous        7231        Auditoriums.           ----

                                          purposes.        7232        Exhibition halls.                 ----

                                                  7239        Other miscellaneous assembly, NEC.              ----

 

                          729    Other public assembly, NEC.         7290        Other public assembly, NEC.              ----  B

 

        73        Amusements.        731        Fairgrounds and amusement        7311        Fairgrounds.        Incl. 7949        *

                                          parks.        7312        Amusement parks.        Incl. 7949          B

 

*Fairgrounds are Class B Land; when used for automobile and

   motorcycle racing, Fairgrounds are Class C Land.

 

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B.    A STANDARD SYSTEM FOR IDENTIFYING AND CODING LAND USE ACTIVITIES -- TWO-, THREE-, AND FOUR-DIGIT

LEVELS -- Continued

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        73        Amusements--Continued 739        Other amusements, NEC.        7391  Penny arcades.     Incl. 7949          B

                                                  7392        Miniature golf.        Incl. 7949

                                                  7393        Golf driving ranges.       Incl. 7949

                                                  7394        Go-cart tracks.        Incl. 7949

                                                  7399        Other amusements, NEC        Incl. 7949

 

        74        Recreational activities.  741        Sports activities.  7411        Golf courses (without country club).              7942

                                                  7412        Golf courses (with country club).                 7947

                                                  7413        Tennis courts.         ----

                                                  7414        Ice skating        Incl. 7945

                                                  7415        Roller  skating        Incl. 7945

                                                  7416        Riding stables.           ----

                                                  7417        Bowling        Incl. 7931

                                                  7418        Skiing and tobogganing.                      ----

                                                  7419        Other sports activities, NEC.                ----

 

                          742        Playgrounds and athletic areas.        7421  Play lots or tot lots.7                       ----

                                                  7422        Playgrounds.8            ----

                                                  7423        Playfields or athletic fields.9                  ----

                                                  7424        Recreation centers (general).10            ----

                                                  7425        Gymnasiums and athletic clubs.        Incl. 7949

                                                  7429        Other playground and athletic areas, NEC.      ----

 

                          743        Swimming areas.         7431        Swimming beaches.11            ----

                                                  7432        Swimming pools.12            7944

 

                          744        Marinas.13        7441  Yachting clubs.        Incl. 7949

                                                  7442        Boat rentals and boat access sites.                   ----

                                                  7449        Other marinas, NEC.                   ----

 

                          749    Other recreation, NEC.        7491  Camping and picnicking areas.14                ----

                                                  7499        Other recreation, NEC.               ----

 

        75      Resorts and group camps.        751    Resorts.        7511  General resorts.15             ----

                                                  7512        Dude ranches.        Incl. 7032

                                                  7513        Health resorts.        Incl. 8092

                                                  7514        Ski resorts.                ----

                                                  7515        Hunting and fishing clubs.18        Incl. 7032

                                                  7519        Other resorts, NEC.                   ----

 

                          752    Group or organized camps.        7520  Group or organized camps.17    Incl. 7032

 

        76      Parks.        761    Parks--general recreation.        7610  Parks--general recreation.18           ----  B

 

                          762    Parks--leisure and ornamental.        7620  Parks--leisure and ornamental.19                    ----  A

 

                          769    Other parks, NEC.        7690  Other parks, NEC.                      ----  B

 

        79      Other cultural, entertain-        790    Other cultural, entertainment,        7900  Other cultural, entertainment, and           ----  B

                    ment, and recreational                 and recreational activities, NEC.                recreational activities, NEC.

                    activities, NEC.

 

FOOTNOTES                        contain such facilities as sand boxes, slides, teeters, swings, climbing

  1The SIC codes are listed for purposes of reference.  They are the   apparatus, etc.  They are identified and coded only when found as a

codes in the SIC system that most nearly correspond to the 4-digit        separate activity and not subsidiary to or serving another activity (e.g.

land use activity indicated.  (See ch. III. sec. A3, “The Use of Standard        apartment house or playground).

Industrial Classification Nomenclature,”)  A dash indicates that there            8Code 7422--”Playgrounds” are areas that have been developed for

is no corresponding SIC code.                        active play and recreation.  They are identified and coded only  when

  2Code 7113--”Art galleries” do not include those galleries that sell        found as a separate activity and not subsidiary to or serving another

art objects commercially.  Commercial sales are coded 5999, “Other      activity (e.g., a school).

retail trade, NEC.”                      9Code 7423--”Playfields or athletic fields” contain a playground as

  3Code 7191--”Historic and monument sites” include those locations   well as a field(s) or court(s) for competitive sports (e.g., baseball, foot-

set aside for no other purpose than to commemorate an historical event,        ball, or tennis).  Bleachers or grandstands may be provided.  They

activity, or person.                   are identified and coded only when  found as a separate activity and not

  4Code 722--”Sports assembly” includes only the public assembly        subsidiary to or serving another activity (e.g., a school).

areas used for nonparticipating sports.                              10Code 7414'’”Recreation centers (general)” include diversified

  5Code 7221--”Stadiums” include those used for individual sports,        recreation for a wide variety of activities for all ages and interests.

e.g., baseball or football, as well as those used for several sports activi-        The recreation centers may contain, but are not limited to a gymnasium,

ties.                                           social or play rooms, game rooms, arts and craft shops, etc.

  6Code 7223--”Race tracks” include those used for individual racing          11Code 7431--”Swimming beaches” are beach areas that have been

activities, e.g., horse racing and automobile racing, as well as those used          set aside specifically for the purpose of swimming.  They are identified

for several racing activities.                        only when they are not a part of a larger activity (e.g., a park).

  7Code 7421--”Play lots or tot lots” are small areas developed espe-        12Code 7432--”Swimming Pools” are separately identified if they are

cially for preschool or elementary school aged children.  They may Footnotes continued on following page.

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independent of other functions (e.g., code 72, “Public assembly” or   16Code 7515--”Hunting and fishing clubs” include areas on which

code 11, “Household units”).  They may be indoor or outdoor pools.      artificially propagated game or fish are released for purposes of hunting

 13Code 744--”Marinas” include marine terminals and associated      or  fishing.  If there are other uses made of the property (e.g., agricul-

areas that are primarily for recreational marine craft.  The sale and       tural use), these “other” uses should take priority in identifying the

repair of recreational marine craft is coded 5591, “Marine craft and      activity of the parcel.

accessories--retail” and code 3443, “Ship and boat building and re-        17Code 7520--”Group or organized camps” include general camps for

pairing,” respectively.                 children, as well as Boy Scout and Girl Scout camps.

  14Code 7491--”Camping and picnicking areas” are separately identified                 18Code 7610--”Parks--general recreation” may include, but are not

if they are not a part of a larger activity (e.g., a park).                           limited to, picnic areas, bathing beaches, playfields, hiking trails,

  15Code 7511--”General resorts” have rooms for 20 or more persons      camping grounds, and other manmade recreation facilities.

and have provision for at least 2 types of recreational activities, exclud-     19Code 7620--”Parks--leisure and ornamental”are largely for scenic

ing lawn games, children’s playgrounds, and swimming pools.      or  leisure purposes.  They may contain beaches, children’s play facilit-

                                            ties, monuments, or statues.

 

 

                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        81        Agriculture.2        811    Farms (predominant crop,        8111  Farms (predominant crop, cotton).     ----        C

                                          fibers).3        8119  Farms (other type fiber crops).      ----

 

                          812    Farms (predominant crop, cash 8120  Farms (predominant crop, cash ----

                                          grains).3                   grains).

 

                          813    Farms (field crops other than 8130  Farms (field crops other than fiber  ----

                                          fiber or cash grain crops).3                    or cash grain crops).

 

                          814    Farms (predominant crop,        8141  Farms (predominant crop, fruits).       ----

                                          fruits, tree nuts, or vegeta-        8142  Farms (predominant crop, tree nuts). ----

                                          bles).3        8143  Farms (predominant crop, vege-         ----

                                                                  tables).

 

                          815    Farms (predominantly dairy         8150        Farms (predominantly dairy prod-        ----

                                          products).3              ucts).

 

                          816    Farms and ranches (livestock  8161        Farms and ranches (predominantly        ----

                                          other than dairy).3                      cattle).

                                                  8162        Farms and ranches (predominantly        ----

                                                                  hog).

                                                  8163        Farms and ranches (predominantly        ----

                                                                  sheep).

                                                  8164        Farms and ranches (predominantly        ----

                                                                  goat).

                                                  8169        Farms and ranches (other livestock), ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

                          817    Farms (predominantly poultry).3  8170        Farms (predominantly poultry).   ----

 

                          818    Farms (general--no predomi-   8180        Farms (general--no predominance).        ----

                                          nance).3

 

                          819    Other agriculture and related       8191        Range and grassland pastures (not ----

                                          activities, NEC.                         farm or  ranch).4

                                                  8192        Horticultural specialties.        0192

                                                  8193        Apiary farms.        Incl. 0193

 

                                                  8194        Farms and ranches (predomi-        Incl. 0193

                                                                  nantly horse raising).

                                                  8199        Other agriculture and related activi-         ----

                                                                  ties, NEC.

 

        82        Agricultural related activi-        821        Agricultural processing.3        8211  Cotton ginning and compressing.                   0712

                    ties.                       8212        Grist milling services.            0713

                                                  8213        Corn shelling, hay baling, and thresh-   0714

                                                                  ing services.

                                                  8214        Contract sorting, grading, and pack-      0715

                                                                  aging services (fruits and vegeta-

                                                                  bles).

                                                  8219        Other agricultural processing serv-         0719

                                                                  ices, NEC.

 

                          822    Animal husbandry services.        8221        Veterinarian services.    Incl. 0722

                                                  8222        Animal hospital services.    Incl. 0722

                                                  8223        Poultry hatchery services.            0723

                                                  8229        Other animal husbandry services,                 0729        C

                                                                  NEC.

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                                                                           SIC      Land*

      Code      Category      Code      Category      Code      Category      Reference1      Class

 

 

        82        Agricultural related activi        829    Other agricultural related activi-        8291        Horticultural services.    0731        C

                    ties--Continued                 ties, NEC. 8299        Other agricultural related activities,  ----

                                                                  NEC.

 

        83      Forestry activities and re-        831        Commercial forestry produc-        8311  Timber production--predominantly        ----

                    lated services.6                   tion.7                         for pulp wood.

                                                  8312        Timber production--predominantly        ----

                                                                  for saw logs.

                                                  8313        Timber production--predominantly        ----

                                                                  for veneer logs.

                                                  8314        Timber production--mixed uses.          ----

                                                  8315        Tree products production--predomi-   0842

                                                                  nantly gum extracting (except pine

                                                                  gum) and bark.

                                                  8316        Tree products production--predomi-   0843

                                                                  nantly pine gum extraction.

                                                  8317        Timber and tree products produc-     ----

                                                                  tion--mixed uses.

                                                  8319        Other commercial forestry produc-     ----

                                                                  tion, NEC.

 

                          832    Forestry services.    8321        Forest nurseries.  0822

                                                  8329        Other forestry services, NEC.        0851

 

                          839    Other forestry activities and re-       8390        Other forestry activities and related       ----                         

                                          lated services, NEC.                         services, NEC.

 

        84      Fishing activities and re-        841    Fisheries and marine products.8 8411        Finfish fisheries.   0912

                    lated services.                          8412  Shellfish fisheries.   0913

                                                  8419        Other fisheries and marine products,  0914 and 0919

                                                                  NEC.

                          842    Fishery services.    8421        Fish hatcheries. Incl. 0989

                                                  8429        Other fishery services, NEC.        Incl. 0989

 

                          849    Other fishery activities and re-       8490        Other fishery activities and related                  ----

                                          lated services, NEC.                         services, NEC.

 

        85      Mining activities and re-        851    Metal ore mining.        8511  Iron ore-mining.      101

                    lated services.                          8512  Copper ore mining.        102

                                                  8513        Lead and zinc ore mining.        103

                                                  8514        Gold and silver ore mining.        104

                                                  8515        Bauxite and other aluminum ore        105

                                                                  mining.

                                                  8516        Ferroalloy ore (except vanadium)        106

                                                                  mining.

                                                  8519        Other metal ore mining, NEC.        109

 

                          852    Coal mining.      8521        Anthracite coal mining.      111

                                                  8522        Bituminous coal mining.        1211

                                                  8523        Lignite coal mining.      1212

 

                          853    Crude petroleum and natural gas.        8530  Crude petroleum and natural gas.        131

 

                          854    Mining and quarrying of non-          8541        Dimension stone.        141

                                          metallic minerals (except        8542  Crushed and broken stone (including  142

                                          fuels).                      riprap)--quarrying.

                                                  8543        Sand and gravel--quarrying.        144

                                                  8544        Clay, ceramic, and refractory miner-       145

                                                                  als--mining.

                                                  8545        Chemical and fertilizers (mineral)--      147

                                                                  mining.

                                                  8549        Other mining and quarrying of non-          148

                                                                  metallic minerals (except fuels), NEC.

                          855    Mining services.    8551        Metal mining services.    108

                                                  8552        Coal mining services.    1112 and 1213

                                                  8553        Crude, petroleum and gas field 138

                                                                  services.

                                                  8554        Nonmetallic mining (except fuel)--        148

                                                                  services.

                                                  8559        Other mining services, NEC.        ----

 

        89      Other resource production        890    Other resource production and  8900  Other resource production and extrac-        ----     C

                    and extraction, NEC.               extraction, NEC.                         tion, NEC.

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FOOTNOTES                        farm or ranch.  These areas are usually part of the public domain in

                                                  which grazing has been permitted.