Regulates community gardens. Allows them in all zones, but permit is required. Permits are good for one year. Gardens may be no larger than one acre, and up to 3 on-site sale events are allowed (although an additional permit is required for these events).
Refers to "promoting the health, safety and general welfare." Sec. 9-1-2.
Refers to "recognition of the changing needs and dynamic economy of a growing community" Sec. 9-1-2.
"Pursuant to the 1983 Constitution of the State of Georgia, Article IX, Section II, Paragraph IV, the mayor and commission of Athens-Clarke County hereby enact into law the following zoning ordinance of Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, for the purposes of promoting the health, safety and general welfare of the present and future inhabitants of Athens-Clarke County, Georgia..." Sec. 9-1-2
See chapter 9-4.
Revocation of permit (sec. 9-22-3) and punishable as prescribed in section 1-1-5 of the Athens-Clarke County Code Sec. 9-22-8.
Title 9-Zoning and Development Standards, Article 1-Zoning, Chapter 9-15 General Regulations, Sec. 9-15-23 Community garden. History: Ord. of 2-4-2014, § 8.