Sets forth permitted uses, conditional uses, and minimum standards for AG Urban Agriculture District.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
For research on the potential effectiveness, please review the category links above.
We understand that this information is not comprehensive. It also does not include other important forms of evidence such as community members’ lived experiences and practice-based evidence.
"It is also the intent to provide within this zone, an adequate amount of space for livestock and poultry, as is essential to meet appropriate health standards." Sec. 17.24.010. General purpose section for the chapter also refers to promoting health and welfare. Sec. 17.04.010 (B).
"...the intent of this title to encourage the use of active and passive solar energy throughout the districts . . ." Sec. 17.040.010 (B).
"The purpose of the AG district is to establish and preserve areas for semi-rural, low density residential, and related or compatible uses. It is also the intent to provide within this zone, an adequate amount of space for livestock and poultry, as is essential to meet appropriate health standards." 17.24.010
"The commission shall promulgate rules and regulations deemed necessary for the administration of this title, and for the proper conduct of its meetings." Sec. 17.12.220 (B) and whole Sec. 17.12.220.
See Sec. 17.108.010.
Title 17-zoning, ch. 17.24-Ag Urban Agriculture. History: Ord. 5-91 (part), 1991; Ord. 27-01 § 6, 2001: Ord. 21-97 § 3, 1997; Ord. No. 12-11, § 1(B), 3-21-2011; Ord. No. 16-11, §§ 2(D), 11(B), 12, 13(B), 14, 4-19-2011; Ord. 20-94 § 3 (part), 1994.