This provision sets standards/requirements for open spaces in developments in the "standard urban center districts." Among other things, it provides that, subject to certain restrictions, community gardens shall be permitted in all land use categories to satisfy such requirements, but limits sales locations for cultivated and harvested products of the community garden to permitted farmers markets and grocery stores.
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.
Private open space requirements are expressly extended to multi-family residential developments, but the requirements may be less than for other residential developments. See §§ 33-284.86(D)(1)(b)(i)-(iii).
"The Comprehensive Development Master Plan (CDMP) contains directives to promote urban centers in places where mass transit, roadways, and highways are highly accessible." § 33-284.81(A).
This policy is located in Chapter 33 - Zoning, Article XXXIII(K) - Standard Urban Center District Regulations. History: Ord. No. 05-143, § 6, 7-7-05; Ord. No. 06-10, § 3, 1-24-06; Ord. No. 07-93, § 4, 7-10-07; Ord. No. 07-169, § 9, 11-6-07; Ord. No. 08-102, § 3, 9-2-08; Ord. No. 12-86, § 5, 10-2-12; Ord. No. 15-140, § 4, 12-1-15; Ord. No. 17-36, § 1, 6-6-17.
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