§ 152.043  ACCESSORY USES.
   (A)   When accessory uses permitted. 
      (1)   Any accessory use shall be deemed permitted in a particular zoning district if such use:
         (a)   Meets the definition of ACCESSORY USE as set forth in § 152.007;
         (b)   Is accessory to a principal structure or use that is allowed in a particular zoning district as a permitted or special use; and
         (c)   Is in compliance with the restrictions set forth in division (B) of this section.
      (2)   If an accessory structure is attached to a principal structure, it shall be considered part of such structure.
   (B)   Restrictions.
      (1)   Height.  No accessory use shall be higher than 15 feet in the Agricultural District or in any residential district, or 25 feet in any other zoning district.  Provided, that there shall be no height limit on agriculture-related accessory structures.
      (2)   Setbacks.  No accessory use in any zoning district shall be located in any part of any yard (front, side or rear) that is required because of the setback regulations of such district; provided that, except as specifically provided otherwise, in the Agricultural District or in any residential district, an accessory use may be located as close as five feet to any side or rear lot line. Any accessory use must be behind the most rear building line of the principal structure.
      (3)   Yard coverage.  Accessory uses shall not cover more than 30% of a required rear yard.
      (4)   Use as dwelling.  Use of any accessory structure as a dwelling is strictly prohibited throughout the village.
      (5)   Number. No lot shall contain more than one accessory use.
(Ord. 491, passed 6-16-86; Am. Ord. 744, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 1237, passed 5-24-21)  Penalty, see § 152.999