10-14-4: DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS:
Development standards within Residential Agriculture Zones shall be as set forth in table 10-14-2 of this section.
TABLE 10-14-2
DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS IN RESIDENTIAL AGRICULTURE ZONES
 
Zones
Development Standard
RA-1
RA-.5
Lot standards:
 
 
Average lot area1
1 acre
0.5 acre
Minimum lot area2
0.8 acre
0.4 acre
Minimum lot width
100 feet
100 feet
Building standards:
 
 
Maximum height, main building3
35 feet
35 feet
Maximum height, accessory building
20 feet
20 feet
Maximum size, accessory building4
2,000 square feet
2,000 square feet
Building coverage
50% of lot (see subsection 10-37-12I of this title)
Distance between buildings
No requirement
No requirement
Setback standards - front yard:
 
 
Any building5
25 feet
25 feet
Setback standards - rear yard:
 
 
Main building
30 feet
30 feet
Accessory building, including private garage
If located 10 feet from main building: 2 feet. If not, same as main building
Setback standards - interior side yard:
 
 
Main building
10 feet one side and 20 feet other side
10 feet
Accessory building
If located 10 feet from main building: 2 feet. If not, same as main building
Setback standards - street side yard:
 
 
Main building
20 feet
20 feet
Accessory building
If located 10 feet from main building: 10 feet. If not, same as main building. No accessory building shall be built within a public utility easement.
Pool location and setbacks6
3 feet
3 feet
 
Notes:
   1.    "Average size" means the total acreage devoted to lots divided by the number of lots. Net density definition shall apply.
   2.    The indicated number is 80 percent of average lot area requirement.
   3.    Except as otherwise permitted by subsection 10-14-7C of this chapter.
   4.    Except as otherwise permitted by subsection 10-14-7B of this chapter.
   5.    Except as modified by the provisions of subsection 10-37-12F, "Setback Measurement", of this title.
   6.    Pools must be located behind front yard setbacks. Setback is measured from rear and side property lines. Pools may require special engineering. A closer property line setback may be approved by the building official if engineering ensures structural integrity for any adjoining buildings or walls as well as the pool.
(Ord. 2016-10, 11-17-2016; amd. Ord. 2019-02, 3-7-2019; Ord. 2020-06, 6-4- 2020; Ord. 2020-18, 9-3-2020)