Defines several urban agriculture related terms, including "community farm;" “neighborhood garden” and "urban agriculture." Both community farms and neighborhood gardens allow produce to be grown for personal consumption, sale, or donation. "Urban agriculture" includes "the cultivation, processing, and distribution of edible vegetables, flowers, herbs, fruits, and other plants."
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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Promote and protect the public health, safety, welfare and general prosperity of the city. § 18.10.010.
Purposes of This Title. (1) Promote and protect the public health, safety, welfare and general prosperity of the city, (2) implement the general plan, (3) Encourage the most desirable and appropriate use of land for open space, residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and other purposes, including the most desirable mix and intensity of uses and density of population throughout the city, (4)Ensure the orderly and adequate provision of infrastructure, facilities, and services such as streets, sidewalks, water, sewer, schools, and other public improvements, (5) Encourage the most appropriate use and occupancy of buildings, (6) Promote good planning and design, (7) Provide standards that include: the use and intensity of use of structures and land for residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, or other purposes; population density; the location, height, bulk and size of buildings and other structures; yards, courts, and other private and public open spaces; parking and loading; signs; the division of land; and grading. § 18.10.010.
Title 18 (Zoning), Division 5 (Glossary), Chapter 18.50 (Glossary), Section 18.50.010 (Generally). History: Ord. No. 2012-2372, Exh. B-1, 2-7-2012; Ord. No. 2012-2377, § 3, 10-30-2012.
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