§ 155.432  HOME OCCUPATIONS.
   Home occupation are permitted as accessory uses in the R-1, R-2, R-3L, R-3H, O, T and MU Districts provided.
   (A)   The non-residential use shall be only incidental to the primary residential use.
   (B)   The occupation shall utilize no more than 25% of the ground floor area of the structure, but not to exceed 250 square feet.
   (C)   Only normal domestic or household equipment shall be used to accommodate the home occupation.
   (D)   The home occupation shall involve no employees on-site other than members of the immediate family residing on the premises.
   (E)   All activities shall be carried on indoors, only in the principal building.  No outdoor activities, display, or storage shall be permitted.
   (F)   No alterations, additions or changes to the building and no alterations, additions or changes in the electrical wiring or plumbing of the building shall be permitted in order to accommodate or facilitate a home occupation.
   (G)   There shall be no external evidence of such occupations.
   (H)   No stocking of goods produced as a result of the home occupation shall be permitted on the premises, outside the area defined as pertaining to the home occupation.
   (I)   No repetitive servicing by truck of supplies, or products or materials shall be required by the home occupation.
   (J)   In the R-3H District the above criteria shall apply with the following exceptions:
      (1)   The occupation shall utilize no more than 30% of the ground floor area of the structure, but not to exceed 300 square feet.
      (2)   The home occupation shall involve no more than one employee other than members of the immediate family residing on the premises.
      (3)   There shall be no external evidence of such occupations except a small announcement or identification sign which shall be non-illuminated and not more than one square foot in area.
(Ord. 616, passed 9-23-2013)