The regulations regarding home occupations shall be as follows.
   (a)   The occupation must be conducted within a dwelling.
   (b)   The occupation must be clearly incidental and secondary to the principal use of the dwelling for dwelling purposes.
   (c)   Only members of the immediate family residing on the premises may be employed by or participate in the home occupation.
   (d)   The entrance to the space devoted to the occupation must be from within the building.
   (e)   There shall be no display of products visible in any manner when viewed from outside the dwelling.
   (f)   No advertising or display signs shall be permitted other than a nameplate attached to the dwelling. The nameplate shall not be illuminated and shall not be more than two square feet in area. No off- premises signs shall be used.
   (g)   The occupations shall not require substantial internal or external alterations or involve construction features not customary in a dwelling.
   (h)   No merchandise, including samples, can be sold on the premises.
   (i)   The occupation shall not generate more than four visits per day from clients, customers and delivery vehicles. Delivery vehicles shall be limited to auto, pickup or service truck.
   (j)   The occupation shall not result in additional off-street parking spaces for clients or customers.
   (k)   Toxic, explosive, flammable, combustible, corrosive, radioactive or other restricted materials are prohibited.
   (l)   No equipment or process shall be used in the occupation which creates noise, vibration, glare, fumes or odor detectable to the normal senses off the property.
   (m)   No equipment or process shall be used in the occupation which creates visual or audible electrical interference in any radio or television receiver or causes fluctuation in line voltage off the property.
   (n)   A zoning permit shall be secured for all home occupations in conformance with the procedure outlined in §§ 158.450 through 158.459.
(1992 Code, App. F, § 15.04)  (Ord. 10-06, passed 1-23-2006)