§ 20.208.020  USES PERMITTED.
   No buildings or structures or land shall be used and no building or structure shall be hereafter erected, structurally altered or enlarged, except for the following purposes:
   A.   Principal permitted uses.
      1.   Single family dwelling of a permanent character, placed in a permanent location.
      2.   Accessory buildings and structures, including private garages or carports.
      3.   Private non-commercial greenhouses, horticultural collections, flower gardens, vegetable gardens, and fruit trees.
      4.   The following animals may be permitted:  three (3) dogs or three (3) cats, or any combination thereof, not exceeding four (4) adults four (4) months of age or more.  Other household pets which are neither farm animals, exotic nor wild animals, such as domestic mice and rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, turtles, tropical fish, canaries, birds of the psittacine family, and other similar animals commonly sold in pet stores and kept as household pets, may also be kept, so long as animals are not maintained for commercial purposes, do not constitute a nuisance, are adequately provided with food, care and sanitary facilities, and do not exceed a total of six (6) animals (fish being exempt).  Their offspring shall not be counted until four (4) months from birth.
      5.   Other animals permitted: animals not previously classified.  Any animal not specifically classified within this section of the code shall be classified by the Director of Development Services as necessary, based upon a determination as to the probable negative impact of the health, safety or general welfare upon the community.
      6.   Home occupations that comply with the criteria set forth in Chapter 20.36..
      7.   Parks, playgrounds or community centers owned and operated by a government agency, including businesses conducted within said facilities subject to approval by the City Council.
      8.   The renting of not more than three (3) rooms or the providing of board for not more than three (3) persons, the combination of room and board not to exceed three (3) persons. 
      9.   Temporary tract sales offices and temporary parking compounds for contractors' equipment.
      10.   Model homes (temporary real estate offices).  A subdivider may construct six (6) or less model homes for the temporary purpose of using the same as displays to aid the subdivider in effecting the marketing of the property.  Any of said model homes also may be utilized on a temporary basis as a real estate sales office.  The model home/real estate office (hereinafter referred to as “model home”) temporary use shall be subject to each of the following conditions:
         a.   A model home must be located on a lot established and depicted on an approved tentative tract map encompassing the property in question.
         b.   The model home must meet each and every development standard set forth in this zoning code.
         c.   A building permit may be issued for a model home prior to the recordation of a final tract map encompassing the property in question provided that the model home and the location thereof complies with all other applicable ordinances, regulations, resolutions, rules, and standards in force in the city established by the city or by any other governmental entity.
         d.   A certificate of occupancy for model home and/or real estate sales office use shall not be issued prior to the recordation of a final tract map encompassing the subject property.
         e.   If a final tract map encompassing the property upon which a model home is situated is not recorded within the time allowed pursuant to the California Subdivision Map Act and all city ordinances, resolutions, rules, and regulations promulgated thereunder, the subdivider shall forthwith upon the expiration of the time in which such final tract map may be recorded, demolish any model home theretofore constructed and remove any and all buildings and structures from the site thereof.  In that regard, prior to the issuance of a building permit for any model home, the subdivider shall provide security in the form of a surety or cash bond or in another form satisfactory to the City Attorney and the Director of Development Services guaranteeing the discharge of any obligation which the subdivider incurs to demolish a model home and remove all structures and buildings from the site thereof.
         f.   Subsequent to the recordation of a final tract map encompassing the area of a model home, the parcel of a real property upon which the model home is situated and the model home may be sold and occupied as a residence provided that the same complies with all applicable development standards contained in this title and further provided that the same complies with all other applicable statutes, ordinances, resolutions, rules, and regulations established by the city or by any other governmental entity.
      11.   Residential care facilities serving six (6) or fewer mentally or physically handicapped, disordered or dependent persons not requiring acute medical care. 
      12.   A maximum of one (1) accessory dwelling unit per lot provided that:
         a.   The lot contains one (1) existing or proposed primary dwelling unit.
         b.   The accessory dwelling unit shall meet all development standards as set forth in § 20.208.040.
         c.   The accessory dwelling unit shall not be constructed as to cause the existing dwelling to conflict with the minimum standards applicable to the single family zone on which it is located, including but not limited to, minimum dwelling area, except if the application of such standards would prohibit an eight hundred (800) square foot accessory dwelling unit that is sixteen (16) feet in height and meets the four (4) foot rear- and side-yard setback requirement.
      13.   A maximum of one (1) junior accessory dwelling unit per lot provided that:
         a.   The lot contains one (1) existing or proposed primary dwelling unit.
         b.   The junior accessory dwelling unit shall meet all applicable development standards as set forth in § 20.208.040.
   B.   Uses permitted subject to conditional use permit.  The following uses are permitted subject to approval of a conditional use permit application in accordance with the provisions of § 20.408.030 of this title:
      1.   Churches, parsonages, convents, and other buildings and structures used in connection with a religious purpose.
      2.   Nursery schools.
      3.   Schools, public and private.
      4.   Keeping of household pets in excess of the specified number:  household pets may be kept in excess of the number and distribution hereby permitted upon the granting of a noncommercial kennel permit pursuant to § 20.20.070 of this title.
      5.   Subject to all applicable ordinances, rules and regulations, the following agricultural use on a site of a minimum of one acre in size:
         a.   Growing of berry, bush, field, and  vine crops; flower and vegetable farms; fruit and nut tree orchards.
         b.   Seasonal fruit and vegetable roadside stands when located on the same site upon which said fruit and vegetables are grown.
(Ord. 425, passed 10-14-68; Am. Ord. 467, passed 7-13-70; Am. Ord. 594, passed 6-29-76; Am. Ord. 760, passed 5-15-84; Am. Ord. 920, passed 5-19-92; Am. Ord. 1025, passed 7-20-99, Am. Ord. 1046, passed 3-20-01; Am. Ord. 1203, passed 2-20-18; Am. Ord. 1220, passed 3-16-21)