6.6.2.   ACCESSORY AND
   In all , the used for shall comply with the following:
   A.   The standards of this Section 6.6.2 apply in all to used for , except as noted in the following:
      1.   A if five feet or less in height and ten square feet or less in area, such as a doghouse, a refuse container enclosure, or play equipment.
      2.    A shelter for if six feet or less in height and 16 square feet or less in area.
   B.   An accessory shall be built only on a occupied by a principal or use;
   C.   An accessory shall be developed in accordance with the dimensional standards of the principal , except as provided by this section and, when applicable, Sections 6.6.3, Residential Uses, and 6.6.5, Uses and Activities;
   D.   An , except for an accessory , that exceeds the allowable height of a wall within a and is detached from a principal shall comply with the width standards of the principal , except that the may be built to a parcel line with the consent of the or, when separated by an alley, property owner(s) or as permitted by Section 6.6.5, Uses and Activities;
   E.    , such as light poles, flagpoles, and other tall and narrow that are similar, shall be exempt from the requirement. Amateur radio towers are exempt from the requirement and are allowed to a maximum height of 100 feet;
   F.   An accessory , except for a stable or enclosure for , may be attached to a principal , provided that its construction complies with the requirements of the principal ;
   G.   The use of solar energy collectors for the purpose of providing energy for heating or cooling shall be permitted in all , whether as part of a principal or as an accessory . Such solar collection devices shall not be included in computing ;
   H.   All for livestock and other large farm such as ratites, as defined in the Tucson Code Chapter 4, and , shall be set back at least 50 feet from all , except corrals that shall be set back ten feet from all . In addition, the proximity of corrals and barns or other for large farm from a on property shall be in accordance with Tucson Code Chapter 4, Section 4-27;
   I.   The maximum of a wall or fence within a shall be six feet; however, the wall or fence may be higher than six feet, but no higher than ten feet, if:  (See Figure 6.6.1-A, Height of Wall or Fence within a Side or Rear .)
      1.   At least  75% of the area above six feet in height is left unobstructed and open through the use of architectural elements, such as arches, columns, or wrought iron;
      2.   Part of, or located on top of, a retaining wall no higher than ten feet measured from and no higher than six feet measured from the top of the retaining portion of the wall;
      3.   A greater height is required through the rezoning process or the special exception process; or,
      4.   A greater height is required by a specific standard.
   J.   In nonresidential , walls or fences, as permitted in Section 6.6.2.I above, may exceed the height standards, provided the wall or fence complies with the standards applicable to on the ;
   K.    , , and are not required to provide additional parking, and screening, or loading spaces beyond what is required of the .
Figure 6.6.1-A: Height of Wall or Fence Within a Side or Rear
(Am. Ord. 11171, 5/20/2014; Am. Ord. 11328, 12/8/2015; Am. Ord. 11890, 12/7/2021)