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Outdoor recreational activities, such as organized sports, playground activities, and the use of motorized vehicles, that require facilities that may have an environmental impact on the land.
Land identified as having important natural values that should be protected such as, but not limited to, wildlife habitat, unique vegetation, steep slopes, or wetlands, and does not have development.
Any activity which materially alters or affects the existing state or use of the land. Development does not include trails, the placement of signs, wildlife observation areas, trail heads and facilities to support recreation.
Land identified as natural, open land that does not have development.
Any non-motorized activity that offers constructive, restorative, and pleasurable human benefits while not significantly impacting open space and/or conservation areas and their purposes; is compatible with other passive recreation uses; and requires only minimal visitor facilities and services. (Ord. 915, 10-20-2020)