This regulates agritourism, produce stands, U-Pick, and community gardens. Community gardens may be permitted by right as specified in district use regulations, subject to the requirements in this section. Sales of items grown on-site are allowed but require a temporary use permit in residential zoning districts. Season extension structures such as greenhouses, hoophouses and sheds are permitted in community gardens. Community gardens may be up to 2 acres in size.
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Relating to sale of fresh produce (§ 34-1711 (b)(4)).
Relates to agritourism activities (§ 34-1711)
The purpose of this article is to provide rules and regulations which supplement, modify or further explain rules and regulations found elsewhere in this chapter, and, unless specifically noted to the contrary, the provisions of this article apply to all zoning districts. § 34-1169.
Impliedly, the Department of Community Development is responsible community garden application review and approval. (§ 34-1716(9)).
"Sections 34-1711 to 34-1716 are located in Chapter 34 - Zoning, Article VII. - Supplementary District Regulations, Division 16. - Agritourism Activities, Produce Stands, U-Pick Operations, and Community Gardens. History: Ord. No. 15-11 , § 1, 6-16-15."
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