This policy expressly allows "edible landscaping" in meeting zoning requirements for landscaping not subject to "general landscaping" or "parking and loading landscaping" requirements.
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.
The chapter's purpose section lists, among other purposes, "to promote development that is compatible with …natural features" of the land. § 530.10.
The purpose of this policy is to "promote development that is compatible with nearby properties, neighborhood character, natural features and plans adopted by the city council, to minimize pedestrian and vehicular conflict, to reinforce public spaces, to promote public safety, and to visually enhance development." § 530.10.
Chapter 525 describes administration and enforcement of the zoning code. § 530.40 and ch. 525.
This code is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota Code of Ordinances, Title 20 Zoning Code, Chapter 530 Site Plan Review, Article IV Landscaping and Screening. History: 2005-Or-038, § 23, 4-29-05; 2012-Or-017, § 1, 3-30-2012.
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