This law establishes urban garden districts. These districts include community gardens (which may have “occasional sales of items” grown on-site) and market gardens that conduct on-site sales. It also addresses main and accessory uses, including uses of hoop houses, greenhouses, cold frames, and other season extension structures; bike racks; tool sheds; composting toilets; parking; walkways; and seasonal farm stands.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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We understand that this information is not comprehensive. It also does not include other important forms of evidence such as community members’ lived experiences and practice-based evidence.
Community health (§ 336.01).
Environmental enhancement; Preservation of green space. (§ 336.01)
Garden-related job training. (§ 336.01)
"The 'Urban Garden District' is hereby established as part of the Zoning Code to ensure that urban garden areas are appropriately located and protected to meet needs for local food production, community health, community education, garden-related job training, environmental enhancement, preservation of green space, and community enjoyment on sites for which urban gardens represent the highest and best use for the community." Sec. 336.01.
§ 336.02. See also Chapter 325.
"The Board shall adopt such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of this Zoning Code…." (Sec. 329.02(b)).
See sections 327.03 and 327.99 for remedies and penalties for noncompliance with the zoning code.
Part IIIB Land Use Code - Zoning Code; Title VII Zoning Code; Chapter 336 Urban Garden District. History: Ordinance No. 208-07 (2007); passed 3-5-07, effective 3-9-07.
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