Notwithstanding section 8.33.010, the cultivation of up to six plants of marijuana for personal use by an individual 21 years of age or older indoors at a private residence is permitted within the City, as long as such cultivation complies with the following regulations:
   A.   Cultivation shall not occur outdoors.
   B.   Homes in which cultivation occurs shall be occupied as a residence, with legal and functioning cooking, sleeping, and sanitation facilities.
   C.   Cultivation, and all equipment and structures used therein, shall comply with the Building Code, Fire Code, and Electrical Code as adopted by the City.
   D.   The use of gas products (CO 2, butane, propane natural gas) or generators for cultivation and processing purposes is prohibited.
   E.   Any accessory structure used for cultivation shall be secured and located in the rear of yard, maintain a ten-foot setback from the property line, and shall be in a yard secured by a locked fence at least five feet tall.
   F.   Marijuana shall only be cultivated in a locked room or space not accessible to anyone under 21 years of age.
   G.   A maximum of six plants may be cultivated for personal use per residence, regardless of how many people live at the residence.
   H.   From a public right-of-way, there shall be no exterior evidence of marijuana cultivation occurring on the parcel.
   I.   A smoke detector and a portable fire extinguisher that complies with the regulations and standards adopted by the state fire marshal and applicable law shall be kept in every room in which cultivation occurs.
(Ord. 2017-12 § 3 (part), 2017)