A.   Private garages, which shall not exceed one thousand one hundred (1,100) square feet in total area.
   B.   Private greenhouses, vegetable, fruit or flower gardens from which no products are sold or offered for sale.
   C.   Children's playhouses and playground equipment.
   D.   Tennis courts, swimming pools, garden houses, pergolas, ornamental gates, barbecue ovens, fireplaces and similar uses customarily accessory to residential uses.
   E.   Keeping of small animals commonly housed in a dwelling, but not on a commercial basis or on a scale reasonably objectionable to adjacent property owners; provided, however, that this shall not affect farms of more than one acre where animals are housed in structures located more than twenty five feet (25') from property lines.
   F.   Storage of wood, lumber and other material where the land occupied by such storage is confined to one location with a maximum area of four hundred (400) square feet, and not closer than five feet (5') to any lot line.
   G.   Small toolshed for storage of equipment used in maintenance of principal lot use.
   H.   Temporary buildings for construction purposes during the course of construction.
   I.   Accessory buildings may not be used for dwelling purposes.
   J.   Accessory buildings may not occupy more than thirty percent (30%) of a rear yard.
   K.   Upon approval of City Council, accessory buildings may be used for preparation and sales of coffee, beverages, food items, or other similar business purposes, so long as the accessory building does not exceed two hundred (200) square feet and the accessory building does not affect the minimum required parking for the main building and business.  All other ordinances apply to such accessory buildings including, but not limited to, ordinances regarding business licenses, water connections, and wastewater connections.  Applications must be submitted to the City Council in order to receive approval.  (Ord. 93-2, 4-20-1993; Ord. 2020-01, 3-3-2020)