Pueblo County Code - Title 17 - Chapter 17.76 HEAVY INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-3)
Any use involving the manufacturing, fabrication, and/or processing of any commodity which creates hazardous or potentially hazardous conditions which cannot be contained within the premises in the event of an accident involving hazardous materials or processes;
No parcel of land shall be less than one hundred (100) feet in width or one hundred (100) feet in depth.
B. Screening and buffering may be accomplished by the use of sight-obscuring plant materials, earth berms, walls, fences, building parapets, building placement, or other design techniques. Corrugated metal, doors, or similar "scrap" materials shall not be used for screening or buffering.
D. A screening and buffering plan shall be submitted for review by the Pueblo County Department of Planning and Development. This plan shall include a site plan, which specifies all screening and buffering materials, type of landscaping, and elevations to depict compliance with these requirements. Screening and buffering not specifically mentioned in the regulations, but found appropriate and necessary due to unusual conditions on the site, may be required.