§ 4.03  AG, AGRICULTURAL ZONE.
   4.03.01   Purpose.  The AG, Agricultural zone is intended to protect viable agricultural areas from encroachment by urban land uses. The AG zone may also be applied as a temporary holding zone designation pending determination of a more appropriate zoning classification.
   4.03.02   Permitted Uses.  The following uses are permitted by right in the AG zone, subject to compliance with all other applicable standards of this zoning ordinance.
   (A)   Agriculture;
   (B)   Detached houses;
   (C)   Qualified Manufactured Housing Units, subject to § 6.22;
   (D)   Sale of products that are raised, produced, and processed on the premises, provided that no roadside stands of any type for the sale or display of agricultural products are permitted within 50 feet from any road or highway;
   (E)   Greenhouses and nurseries, including both wholesale and retail sales of products grown on the premises; or
   (F)   Stables and riding academies.
   4.03.03   Conditional Uses.  The following uses may be allowed in the AG zone, if reviewed and approved in accordance with the Conditional Use procedures of § 12.07.
   (A)   Cemeteries;
   (B)   Religious assembly;
   (C)   Day Care Type 1, 2 or 3, subject to Use Specific Standards § 6.07;
   (D)   Safety services, provided the subject lot is adjacent to an arterial street;
   (E)   Schools;
   (F)   Veterinarians' offices for large and small animals, including outside runs.;
   (G)   Publicly owned or operated parks, playgrounds, golf courses, community recreational centers, including public swimming pools and libraries;
   (H)   Recreational uses, other than those publicly owned or operated, as follows:
      (1)   Golf courses;
      (2)   Country clubs;
      (3)   Swimming pools;
      (4)   Tennis courts/clubs;
      (5)   Fishing lakes;
      (6)   Gun clubs and ranges;
   (I)   Funeral homes, provided the subject lot is adjacent to an arterial street; or
   (J)   Contractor offices and storage of machinery and equipment, provided that any outdoor storage is visually screened from view of rights-of-way and adjacent properties by screening that meets the requirements of § 8.01.
   4.03.04   Accessory uses.
   (A)   Customary accessory uses and structures.
   (B)   Any use or structure customarily incidental to a principal permitted use or structure, or incidental to a conditional use for which a permit has been issued.
   (C)   Signs, as regulated by Article 10.
   (D)   Private off-street parking areas, as regulated Article 7.
   (E)   Fences and walls, as regulated in § 9.02.
   4.03.05    Lot and Building Standards.
   (A)   Permitted Uses.
      (1)   Minimum lot area, 10 acres.
      (2)   Minimum lot width at front setback line, 500 feet.
      (3)   Minimum front setback, 75 feet.
      (4)   Minimum side setback on each side of lot, 100 feet.
      (5)   Minimum rear setback, 50 feet.
      (6)   Maximum building height, 35 feet.
   (B)   Conditional Uses.
      (1)   Minimum lot area, three acres.
      (2)   Minimum lot width at front setback line, 300 feet.
      (3)   Minimum front setback, 75 feet.
      (4)   Minimum side setback on each side of lot, 75 feet.
      (5)   Minimum rear setback, 75 feet.
      (6)   Maximum building height, 35 feet.
   4.03.06   Additional Regulations.  Lights that generate glare onto any street or into any residential zone are prohibited.
(Ord. O-37-06, passed 8-15-06)