§ 82.04.040 Residential Land Use Zoning District Allowed Uses and Permit Requirements.
   (a)   General Permit Requirements.  Table 82-7 identifies the uses of land allowed by this Development Code in each residential land use zoning district established by Chapter 82.01 (Land Use Plan, and Land Use Zoning Districts, and Overlays), in compliance with § 82.02.030 (Allowed Land Uses and Planning Permit Requirements).
   (b)   Requirements for Certain Specific Land Uses. Where the last column in Table 82-7 (Specific Use Regulations) includes a Section number, the referenced Section may affect whether the use requires Land Use Review, or Conditional Use Permit or Minor Use Permit, or other County approval, and/or may establish other requirements and standards applicable to the use.
Table 82-7
Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Residential Land Use Zoning Districts
Land Use
See Division 10 (Definitions) for land use definitions
Permit Required by District
Specific Use Regulations
RL(1)
RS
RM
Table 82-7
Allowed Land Uses and Permit Requirements for Residential Land Use Zoning Districts
Land Use
See Division 10 (Definitions) for land use definitions
Permit Required by District
Specific Use Regulations
RL(1)
RS
RM
Agricultural, Resource & Open Space Uses
Accessory crop production
A(2)
A(2)
A(2)
84.01
Agricultural accessory structure - 1,000 sf max.
A
A
A
 
Agricultural accessory structure - up to 10,000 sf max. on 5 ac. or less
A
 
Agricultural accessory structure - greater than 10,000 sf on 5 ac. or less
M/C
 
Agricultural support services
CUP
 
Animal keeping
S
S
S
84.04
Community gardens
A
CUP
A
 
Crop production, horticulture, orchard, vineyard, nurseries
A
 
Industrial hemp cultivation - Small scale (minimum 1-acre lot size)
P
84.35
Industrial hemp cultivation - Large scale (minimum 5-acre lot size)
CUP
84.35
Livestock operations
CUP
84.04
Natural resources development (mining)
CUP
88.03
Nature preserve (accessory uses)
M/C
 
Lake
M/C
CUP
 
Pond
A
A
M/C
 
Industry, Manufacturing & Processing, Wholesaling
Composting operations
CUP
 
Recycling facilities - reverse vending machine, accessory
S
84.19
Recreation, Education & Public Assembly Uses
Agritourism enterprises
S
84.03
Campgrounds(3)
CUP
 
Commercial entertainment - Indoor(3)
CUP
 
Conference/convention facility(3)
CUP
 
Equestrian facility(3)
M/C
S(4)
 
Golf course(3)
CUP
 
Library, museum, art gallery, outdoor exhibit(3)
M/C
M/C
M/C
 
Meeting facility, public or private(3)
CUP
CUP
CUP
 
Park, playground(3)
P
P
P
 
Places of worship
CUP
CUP
CUP
 
Rural sports and recreation(3)
M/C
 
School - College or university
CUP
CUP
 
School - Private
CUP
CUP
 
School - Specialized education/training
CUP
 
Sports or entertainment assembly(3)
CUP
 
Residential(10)
Accessory structures and uses
A
A
A
84.01
Group residential (sorority, fraternity, boarding house, private residential club, etc.)
M/C
Guest house
A
A
A
84.01
Mobile home park/manufactured home land-lease community
CUP
CUP
CUP
84.14
Multiple dwelling, 2 to 3 units, attached or detached
A
84.16
Multiple dwelling, 4 to 19 units, attached or detached
A
84.16
Multiple dwelling, 20 to 49 units, attached or detached
MUP
84.16
Multiple dwelling, 50 or more units, attached or detached
CUP
84.16
Parolee and/or probationer home
CUP
 
Accessory dwelling unit
A(5)
A(5)
A(5)
84.01
Junior accessory dwelling unit
A(5)
A(5)
A(5)
84.01
Single dwelling
A
A
A(6)
 
Retail
Produce stand
A(7)
A(7)
A(7)
 
Services - General
Cemetery, including pet cemeteries
CUP
CUP
84.06
Child care - Family day care home (up to 14 children)
A
A
A
 
Child care - Day care center
M/C
M/C
M/C
 
Commercial kennels and catteries - min lot 2.5 acres (over 15 animals)
M/C/S
84.04
Emergency shelter
CUP
84.33
Home occupation
SUP
SUP
SUP
84.12
Licensed residential care facility of 6 or fewer persons
A
A
A
84.23
Licensed residential care facility of 7 or more persons
CUP
84.23
Lodging - Bed and breakfast inn (B&B)
SUP(8)
SUP(8)
SUP(8)
84.05
Public safety facility
M/C
M/C
M/C
 
Short-term residential rentals
SUP
SUP
SUP
84.28
Unlicensed residential care facility with 6 or fewer persons
RCP
RCP
RCP
84.32
Unlicensed residential care facility with 7 or more persons
CUP
 
Transportation, Communications & Infrastructure
Broadcasting antennae and towers
M/C
 
Electrical power generation
CUP
 
Pipelines, transmission lines, and control stations(9)
(9)
(9)
(9)
 
Renewable energy generation facilities
CUP
84.29
Sewage treatment and disposal facility
CUP
CUP
CUP
 
Solid waste disposal
CUP
CUP
CUP
 
Telecommunications facility
S
S
S
84.27
Transportation facility
M/C
M/C
M/C
 
Utility facility
CUP
CUP
CUP
 
Wind energy accessory
S
S
S
84.26
Wireless telecommunications facility
S
S
S
84.27
Other
Accessory structures and uses
A
A
A
84.01
Temporary special events
TSP
TSP
TSP
84.25
Temporary structures and uses
TUP
TUP
TUP
84.25
 
Key
Key
A
Allowed use (no planning permit required)
PD
Planned Development Permit required (Chapter 85.10)
P
Permitted Use; Site Plan Permit required (Chapter 85.08)
SUP
Special Use Permit required (Chapter 85.14)
M/C
Minor Use Permit required; unless a Conditional Use Permit required in compliance with § 85.06.050 (Projects That Do Not Qualify for a Minor Use Permit)
S
Permit requirement set by Specific Use Regulations (Division 4)
TSP
Temporary Special Events Permit required (Chapter 85.16)
RCP
Unlicensed Residential Care Facilities Permit (Chapter 85.20)
CUP
Conditional Use Permit required (Chapter 85.06)
TUP
Temporary Use Permit required (Chapter 85.15)
MU P
Minor Use Permit required (Chapter 85.06)
Use not allowed
 
Notes:
Notes:
(1)   For projects within the Oak Glen Community Plan Area, all non-agritourism uses shall comply with the agritourism hours of operation standard [§ 84.03.030(b)(3)] and the agritourism noise/amplified sound regulations [§ 84.03.030(b)(5)].
(2)   Use allowed as an accessory use only with standards, on the same site as a residential use allowed by this table.
(3)   For projects within the Oak Glen Community Plan Area, these uses shall comply with the agritourism development standards provided in Table 84-1 in § 84.03.030. The permit requirements presented this table shall prevail over any permit requirement listed in Table 84-1.
(4)   A boarding facility only with a Home Occupation Permit.
(5)   Use allowed as an accessory use only, on the same site as a residential use allowed by this table.
(6)   Single dwellings will only be allowed within an RM Land Use Zoning District when sewer service is not available or the lot is less than one-half acre.
(7)   In the Phelan/Pinon Hills Community Plan area on lots greater than 10,000 sq. ft. with a maximum 200 sq. ft. structure for storage and sales and a maximum 6 sq. ft. advertising sign; in RS and RM, can only operate for 72 hours per month.
(8)   A CUP shall be required for three or more rooms.
(9)   These uses are regulated and approved by the Public Utilities Commission. See alternate review procedures in Chapter 85.02.
(10)   Supportive housing or transitional housing that is provided in single-, two-, or multi-family dwelling units, group residential, parolee-probationer home, residential care facilities, or boarding house uses shall be permitted, conditionally permitted or prohibited in the same manner as the other single-, two- or multi-family dwelling units, group residential, parolee-probationer home, residential care facilities, or boarding house uses under this Code.
 
(Ord. 4011, passed - -2007; Am. Ord. 4043, passed - -2008; Am. Ord. 4057, passed - - 2008; Am. Ord. 4085, passed - -2009; Am. Ord. 4098, passed - -2010; Am. Ord. 4162, passed - -2012; Am. Ord. 4230, passed - -2014; Am. Ord. 4251, passed - -2014; Am. Ord. 4304, passed - -2016; Ord. 4331, passed - -2017; Am. Ord. 4341, passed - -2018; Am. Ord. 4383, passed - -2020; Am. Ord. 4393, passed - -2020; Am. Ord. 4400, passed - -2021; Am. Ord. 4444, passed - -2022)