SEC. 16-256.  PERMITTED USES.
   The following uses are permitted in this zone:
   (A)   Agriculture, plant husbandry, forestry, the growing of plant cover and the sale of produce and plants raised on the premises;
   (B)   Grazing of livestock, provided that the principal food supply of the livestock shall be growing forage cropped on the premises and the livestock are not fed garbage or refuse;
   (C)   Corrals or similar places to gather animals located at least 100 feet from the nearest lot line and at least 50 feet from a public right-of-way;
   (D)   Keeping domesticated farm animals incidental to the operation of a permitted use, including the raising of rabbits, poultry, pigeons or other fowl provided that pens, hutches, coops or other structures for the keeping of such animals are located on the lot in accordance with regulations contained in this section governing location of such structures for livestock.
   (E)   Recreation facilities of a primarily open nature such as parks, playgrounds, aquatic parks, and golf courses;
   (F)   Accessory buildings, including other uses customarily incidental to a permitted use;
   (G)   Off-street parking, as provided herein;
   (H)   Adult day care facility serving no more than six adults, per ownership parcel, subject to the minimum standards for single-family residences stated above;
   (I)   Child care center serving no more than six children, per ownership parcel, subject to the minimum standards for single-family residences stated above;
   (J)   Congregate living health facilities of no more than six beds;
   (K)   Large family day care home that the Planning Manager finds to comply with the standards set out in section 16-440, per ownership parcel, subject to the minimum standards for single-family residences stated above;
   (L)   Residential care facility for the elderly serving no more than six persons, subject to the minimum standards for single-family residences stated above; and
   (M)   Small residential health or care facility that conforms to city ordinances restricting building heights, setbacks, lot dimensions, placement of signs and other matters applicable to single-family dwelling of the same type in the same zone, and that provide services to no more than six persons, or to no more than eight children in the case of a small family day care home.
   (N)   Farmworker employee housing with up to twelve units or thirty-six beds in compliance with Cal. Health and Safety Code Section 17008(a) in connection with an agricultural workplace and provided by the employer, or Cal. Health and Code Section 17008(b) for all other situations; or, with thirteen or more units or thirty-seven or more beds with approval of a special use permit.
(`64 Code, Sec. 34-103.1)  (Ord. No. 894, 1126, 1270, 1401, 1713, 2671, 2928)