Defines and provides regulations for home and community gardens, and Community Supported Agriculture. Community Supported Agriculture activities require a permit; home gardens are permitted as an accessory use (and occasional on-site sales or donations of whole, uncut fresh produce grown on-site are allowed and not subject to commercial business regulations) and community gardens are permitted as a primary or accessory use (and on-site sales of whole, uncut produce may be allowed).
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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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.
Protecting and promoting the public health, safety and general welfare (88-10-05-A); promoting development patterns and practices that support active living and uses that support improved public health (88-10-05-L)
Promoting natural resource conservation, and environmentally responsible and sustainable development practices (88-10-05-K)
Maintaining economically vibrant and visually attractive business and commercial areas (88-10-05-E); retaining and expanding the city's industrial and employment base (88-10-05-F)
The zoning and development code is adopted for several purposes including protecting and promoting the public health, safety and general welfare; maintaining economically vibrant and visually attractive business and commercial areas; promoting development patterns and practices that support active living and uses that support improved public health; promoting natural resource conservation, and environmentally responsible and sustainable development practices, etc. 88-10-05
Sections 88-312-02-A, 88-312-02-B and 88-312-02-C
See Section 88-500 (review and approval procedures) and 88-600 (administration and enforcement)
All remedies available at law, including injunction, abatement, withholding of permit; stop work; remedial action, and monetary fines. See Section 88-615-05.
Zoning and Development Code, 300 series, Use Regulations; 88-312 - Agriculture; § 88-312-02 Urban Agriculture. History: Ord. No. 150603, § 1, 7-23-2015.