This law establishes design and use standards for community gardens. Among other things, it specifically allows sale of produce grown on-site and requires community gardens to be designed to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements without the use of retaining walls that exceed three feet (3') in height.
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.
See reference to Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. § 2.317(B)(4).
See reference to "sensitive habitat." §2.317.
"Purpose is to establish uses that are permitted in each zoning district; uses that may be appropriate in one or more district, subject criteria in the regulations; and to establish a process to determine whether additional standards may be appropriate for a specific site"" § 2.101. "
The code generally describes the roles and duties of the various review and decision-making bodies responsible for the administration of these regulations. Art. 12. It also addresses substantive and procedural permitting requirements. Art. 13.
"Section 2.317 - Community Garden is located in Land Development Regulations of 2015 - City of Galveston, Texas, Appendix A - Land Development Regulations, Article 2. - Uses and Supplemental Standards, Division 2.300 - Standards for Limited and Specific Uses. History: Ord. No. 15-019, § 2, 3-5-15."
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