12-336: RESOURCE BASED USE TABLE:
   TABLE 3-6
   RESOURCE BASED USE TABLE
 
Use
Zoning District
F
A/F
R
S
C
I
RSC
REC
AV
Accessory building
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
P
Agricultural direct marketing activities (14)
P
P
P (17)
P
Agriculture
P
P
P
P (11), (12), (13)
P (1)
P (1)
P (1)
P (1)
P (1)
Batch plant - asphalt and/or concrete (4), (21), (22)
P
Confined animal feeding operation
C
Expanded seasonal harvest festivities (16)
C
C
C
Fur farms, commercial (2)
C
C
Keeping of equine animals
P
P
P
P (13)
P (9)
Mining, stone quarries, gravel pits, and stone mills (3), (4)
C (5)
C (5)
C (5)
C
C (10)
C (10)
Open pit (23)
P
Rock crushing operations
C (5)
C (5)
C (5)
C
Seasonal harvest festivities (15)
P
P
P
Value added agricultural processing (18)
C
C
C (19)
Water bottling works at the source; wineries, breweries and distilleries subordinate and accessory to farming (3), (4), (5), (7), (8), (20)
C
C
C
C
 
Standards:
   (1)    Includes growing and harvesting of crops only. All other agricultural uses are prohibited, except where otherwise noted in this title.
   (2)    Commercial fur farms shall have a minimum area of 10 acres. All animals and runs will be housed in permanent buildings not less than 100 feet from any dwelling other than the dwelling of the owner. The operator of such a use will maintain adequate housekeeping practices to prevent the creation of a nuisance.
   (3)    Sufficient land area is required to accommodate the proposed use, and the use and any appurtenant structures shall be so arranged on the land as to minimize any adverse effects on surrounding properties. The use shall not create particular hazards to adjacent properties.
   (4)    Specified conditions with respect to emissions of noise, light, glare, smoke, odor, dust, particulate matter, vibrations or hours of operation may be prescribed differently from those required in a given district, as to be compatible with other applicable State and Federal standards.
   (5)    Where access to the site is by road, the road shall be located within a recorded easement or public right-of-way, and constructed to the appropriate standard set forth in title 2 of this Code or appendix A of this title.
   (6)    Temporary rock crushing operations located outside of city impact areas within an existing or approved gravel pit.
   (7)    1 on premises sign, not in excess of 32 square feet, which may be lighted from the exterior, shall be permitted when included as part of the conditional use permit application.
   (8)    A traffic plan is required describing, at minimum, the method of ingress and egress to the site, traffic circulation within the site and on premises parking and loading areas.
   (9)    The keeping of equine animals for noncommercial uses and associated nonresidential accessory structures, on property having an area of 3 acres or more is permitted, provided that animal care and waste management meet all applicable State and health district regulations and provided that the number of animals not exceed 2 equine animals on 3 acres and 1 additional equine animal for each additional acre up to a maximum number of 10 equine animals. The keeping of equine animals for noncommercial purposes on property having an area of not less than 1 acre and not more than 3 acres and associated nonresidential accessory structures may be conditionally permitted, provided that animal care and waste management meet all applicable State and health district regulations and the number of equine animals does not exceed 2.
   (10)    Mining and rock crushing activities shall be temporary, and shall be limited in lifetime and scope by conditions established by the commission.
   (11)    Includes growing and harvesting of crops. Other agricultural uses are limited, as specifically provided by this title.
   (12)    The keeping of chickens and rabbits are permitted, subject to the following standards:
      a.    Roosters are prohibited.
      b.    Up to 10 chickens, rabbits or combination thereof may be kept on lots/parcels of less than 1 acre, provided all enclosures and coops are set back a minimum of 20 feet from all property lines and from any residences other than the owner/renter.
      c.    Up to 30 chickens, rabbits or combination thereof may be kept on lots/parcels between 1 and 3 acres, provided all enclosures and coops are set back a minimum of 20 feet from all property lines and from any residences other than the owner/renter.
      d.    Up to 50 chickens, rabbits or combination thereof may be kept on lots/parcels greater than 3 acres, provided all enclosures and coops are set back a minimum of 50 feet from all property lines and from any residences other than the owner/renter.
      e.    All chickens or rabbits shall be kept in a predator resistant enclosure during daytime hours and shall be enclosed in a predator resistant, covered coop or enclosure during nighttime hours.
      f.   Animal care and waste management practices shall meet all applicable State and health district standards.
      g.    Chickens or rabbits shall be kept on the same lot/parcel as the landowner/renter or on an adjacent lot or parcel to owner/renter.
   (13)    The keeping of bees, livestock, farm animals and domestic fowl (turkeys, ducks and geese), are permitted, subject to the following standards:
      a.    The lot or parcel shall contain a minimum of 3 acres.
      b.    Animals shall be limited to 2 animal units for the first 3 acres of fenced, pastureland, forestland or enclosure associated with the agricultural use and 1 additional animal unit per acre thereafter. Total animal units shall not exceed 20 animal units no matter the acreage. (See animal unit chart in chapter 8 of this title.)
      c.    Beekeeping operations shall be registered with the State Department of Agriculture.
      d.    Confined feeding areas, cages, pastureland or enclosures shall be constructed and maintained to keep the animals contained. Feeding areas, cages, pastureland or enclosures may be placed up to the property line but shall not be closer than 40 feet from any residence other than the owner or renter. Hives shall be a minimum of 25 feet from all property lines and any residences other than the owner or renter.
      e.    Animals shall be kept on the same lot/parcel as the landowner/renter or an adjacent lot/parcel to the owner/renter.
      f.    Animal care and waste management shall meet all applicable State and health district regulations. Waste shall not be stockpiled or composted within 50 feet of any property line or any residence other than the owner or renter.
      g.    Keeping of swine, unneutered male goats, guinea fowl, peafowl, ostrich, emu, buffalo, yak, and beefalo is prohibited. Exception: 1 potbellied pig is permitted.
   (14)    Subject to standards contained in section 12-493 of this title.
   (15)    Subject to standards contained in section 12-494 of this title.
   (16)    Subject to section 12-495 of this title.
   (17)    In the Suburban Zoning District, a minimum of 5 acres is required for agricultural direct marketing activities.
   (18)    Shall meet all applicable local, State, and Federal regulations. At least 2 acres of primary ingredient used in processing shall be grown on site.
   (19)    A minimum of 5 acres is required in the Suburban District. Use shall be contained within building not exceeding 10,000 square feet of floor area.
   (20)    At least 0.5 acre of primary beverage ingredient used in distilling or brewing shall be grown on site. Winery, brewery or distillery shall be clearly subordinate to agricultural operation. All structures associated with the beverage operation shall be a minimum of 75 feet from property lines. Sales are limited to fermented or distilled beverages produced on site and limited food sales. Sales of bottle openers, glasses or other such promotional items identifying the site are permitted. Hours of operation and maximum occupancy may be limited by the conditional use permit.
   (21)   Batch plant operations shall be located outside of city impact areas. The emissions control system(s) on such batch plants shall be of "Best Available Control Technology" (BACT) as generally accepted under relevant industry standards, within 5 years prior to application.
   (22)   A batch plant shall only locate in an active gravel pit. A batch plant placed in a gravel pit shall be considered a separate, discrete use, and not the increased intensity of a grandfathered use to operate the gravel pit itself.
   (23)   An open pit, also known as a sand box, is an area where material (usually soil, gravel or sand) has been dug for use at another location. Open pits shall be in conjunction with and close to major construction projects and shall be limited in lifetime and scope by conditions established by the commission.
(Ord. 577, 5-23-2018)