§ 95.06  INDIVIDUAL'S PRIMARY RESIDENCE FOR PERSONAL USE.
   To the extent required by law, marijuana possession, consumption, processing, manufacturing, transportation, and cultivation is permitted in a residential zoning district in the City of Page and is subject to the following conditions and limitations:
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for any individual who is at least 21 years of age to possess, transport, cultivate or process more than six marijuana plants.
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for two or more individuals who are at least 21 years of age to possess, transport, cultivate or process more than 12 marijuana plants at the individuals' primary residence.
   (C)   Marijuana may only be cultivated, extracted, manufactured, or processed as an accessory use at the primary residence of the person conducting such activity or in an accessory structure on the property, and only for such person's own use, or by a primary caregiver on behalf of a patient.
   (D)   Except as provided by A.R.S. §§ 36-2801 et al. and this section, it shall be unlawful for an individual to otherwise consume, cultivate, extract, manufacture, possess, or process marijuana in a residence or accessory structure within the City of Page limits.
   (E)   Individuals shall not process or manufacture marijuana by means of any liquid or gas other than alcohol that has a flashpoint below 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
   (F)   Kitchen, bathrooms, and primary bedroom(s) shall be used for their intended use and shall not be used primarily for residential marijuana processing, manufacturing, or cultivation.
   (G)   A residence shall not emit dust, fumes, vapors, or odors into the environment and individuals shall ensure that ventilation, air filtration, building and design standards are compatible with adjacent uses and the requirements of adopted building codes of the City of Page. More specifically, the indoor area used for cultivation, extraction, manufacturing, or processing shall include a ventilation and filtration system designed to ensure that odors from the cultivation, extraction, manufacturing, or processing are not detectable beyond the property line of a parcel containing a single dwelling unit, or beyond the boundaries of a single dwelling unit in multi-family dwellings, cluster houses, condominiums, or similar closely built unit arrangements, and designed to prevent mold and moisture and otherwise protect the health and safety of persons residing in the residence or unit. This shall include, at a minimum, a system meeting the requirements of the current, adopted edition of the International Residential Code.
   (H)   Cultivation shall be limited to a closet, room, greenhouse, or other enclosed area on the grounds of the residence equipped with a lock or other security device that prevents access by minors. Marijuana or marijuana products shall not be cultivated, extracted, manufactured, or processed outdoors.
   (I)   It is unlawful to use any grow lighting system for the indoor cultivation of marijuana other than light-emitting diodes (LEDs), compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) or fluorescent lighting. All high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting, including, but not limited to, mercury-vapor lamps, metal-halide (MH) lamps, ceramic MH lamps, sodium-vapor lamps, high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamps and xenon short-arc lamps, are prohibited.
   (J)   Cultivation shall take place in an area where the marijuana plants are not visible from public view without using binoculars, aircraft, or other optical aids.
(Ord. 678-21, passed 1-13-2021)