Allows urban agriculture uses in all residential districts with a conditional use permit, provided that specific standards are considered and deemed met. Includes animal husbandry, farm stands, on-site processing, composting, and use of greenhouses and hoophouses.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
For research on the potential effectiveness, please review the category links above.
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.
"For presently developed areas, to preserve existing community values of quiet, privacy, safety, natural beauty, attractive landscape features and open space; to promote property improvement and upkeep; and to allow structures, parcels and yard areas to be adapted to new variations in residential and related usages reflecting changing conditions, without detracting from the residential character of neighborhoods." Sec. 22-33
See Article VII, Div. II, Administration and Enforcement, Sec. 22-645 (referring to responsibilities of the zoning administrator).
See Article VII, Div. II, Administration and Enforcement, Sec. 22-648 (d) and €.
Ttitle II- land use and development, ch. 22-Zoning, art. II-residential districts, div. 8-conditional uses applicable to all residential districts, § 22-218-urban agriculture. History: Ord. No. 2010-O-09, § 22.39(2), 10-12-2010.
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