§ 154.087  NRSF, NATURAL RESOURCE SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
   (A)   Purpose. The purpose of this district is to protect natural resources and environmentally sensitive areas of the City by limiting development to low density-large acreage lots.
   (B)   Permitted uses. Permitted uses in the NRSF District include:
      (1)   Single-family detached dwellings;
      (2)   Family day care;
      (3)   Playgrounds and parks;
      (4)   Essential services; and
      (5)   Agriculture.
   (C)   Accessory uses. Permitted accessory uses include: private garages; parking spaces and carports; fences; decorative landscape features; recreational equipment (including swimming pools and tennis courts); and tool houses or sheds for storage of domestic supplies.
   (D)   Conditional uses. The following are conditional uses in a NRSF District and require a conditional use permit based upon procedures set forth in and regulated by § 154.022 of this chapter:
      (1)   Cemeteries;
      (2)   Public or semi-public recreational or community buildings;
      (3)   Religious institutions, conditioned on access being provided only off of a collector road;
      (4)   Bed and breakfast facilities; and
      (5)   Planned unit developments (PUDs).
   (E)   Performance standards. The following minimum requirements shall be observed in an NRSF District:
      (1)   Lot area: two and one-half acres;
      (2)   Lot width: 200 feet;
      (3)   Full basement: all residential structures;
      (4)   Setbacks:
         (a)   Front yards: not less than 50 feet. In the case of corner lots, two front yards will be required;
         (b)   Side yards: not less than 20 feet on each side;
         (c)   Rear yards: not less than 35 feet; and
         (d)   Wetlands: not less than 30 feet from the ordinary high watermark.
      (5)   Impervious surface coverage shall not exceed 10% of the lot area; and
      (6)   Street address, visible from street, on front of structure.
   (F)   Interim uses. The following are interim uses in a NRSF District and require an interim use permit based upon procedures set forth in and regulated by § 154.026 of this chapter: home occupations, as regulated by § 154.064 of this chapter.
(Ord. passed 3-20-2002, § 5.5)