Skip to code content (skip section selection)
In addition to the principal uses expressly included in the zoning districts such use types shall be deemed to include such accessory uses which are specifically identified by these accessory use regulations; and such other accessory uses which are necessarily and customarily associated with, and are appropriate, incidental, and subordinate to, such principal uses. When provided by these regulations, it shall be the responsibility of the Zoning Enforcement Officer to determine if a proposed accessory use is necessarily and customarily associated with, and is appropriate, incidental, and subordinate to the principal use, based on the Zoning Enforcement Officer's evaluation of the resemblance of the proposed accessory use to those uses specifically identified as accessory to the principal uses and the relationship between the proposed accessory use and the principal use.
(A) Prior to the construction of any accessory use, an accessory use permit application must be submitted to the Zoning Enforcement Officer. The accessory use permit application shall be provided by the Zoning Enforcement Officer and include the minimum amount of information necessary to make a determination including, but not limited to:
(1) A fully dimensioned plot plan sketch of the subject parcel and proposed location of the accessory use or structure;
(2) Fully dimensioned elevation drawings of the proposed accessory use structure;
(3) Photographs of the subject parcel and proposed location of the accessory use structure; or
(4) Any other information requested by the Zoning Enforcement Officer deemed necessary to make an informed determination regarding the compliance to these accessory use standards.
(B) The Zoning Enforcement Officer shall transmit a determination to the applicant, in writing via certified mail, not more than 30 days after the receipt of the application.
(C) Such determination made by the Zoning Enforcement Officer shall be subject to the administrative appeal procedure set forth in § 153.012.
(Ord. 09-3306, passed 10-15-09)