Any customary home occupations and other types of home occupations are a permitted use in all residential zoning districts, provided that the home occupation, whether customary or not, meets all of the conditions set forth below:
   (A)   It is conducted entirely within the dwelling and only by the resident of the dwelling and only when such home occupation is incidental and secondary to the use of the dwelling for dwelling purposes;
   (B)    It does not involve construction features or use of equipment not customary in a dwelling, and the entrance to the space devoted to such occupation shall be from within the dwelling and not more than one-fourth of the floor area of a story (including also a cellar of the dwelling) is devoted to such home occupation;
   (C)   There is no display or activity that will indicate from the exterior of a dwelling that it is being used in whole or in part for any use other than a dwelling except one nameplate no more than one square foot in area which contains only the name of the occupant of the dwelling and the home occupation conducted therein and is attached to the dwelling and not illuminated shall be permitted;
   (D)   No mechanical equipment is used, except such as is customarily used for purely domestic or household purposes;
   (E)   Stock-in-trade, including that which is produced on the premises, shall not require receipt or delivery of merchandise, goods or equipment other than by U.S. letter carrier mail, similar parcel delivery service or by private passenger automobile;
   (F)   A home occupation conducted by a professional person shall be only for consultation or performance of religious rites, but not for the general practice of the profession;
   (G)   Academic or religious instruction may be given to not more than five persons at the same time; and
   (H)   No home occupations shall occur before 6:00 a.m. or after 10:00 p.m., and no more than five vehicles shall be parked in a residential zone in connection with a home occupation.
(Ord. 1999-2, Zoning § 5, subs. .060, passed 2-15-1999)