Town of Greenville, WI
Outagamie County
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The intent of this district is to maintain highly productive agricultural lands in agricultural production by effectively limiting encroachment of nonagricultural development; by minimizing land use conflicts between agricultural and nonagricultural uses; and by minimizing public service and facility costs associated with nonagricultural development. This district is further intended to comply with standards contained in Ch. 91, Wis. Stats., to permit eligible landowners to receive tax credits under § 71.09, Wis. Stats., in connection with their agricultural operations.
A. 
Agricultural uses including beekeeping, dairying, floriculture, poultry and livestock raising, stables, and orchards, raising of grain and seed crops, raising of grass and mint, raising of nuts and berries, raising of fruits and vegetables, viticulture, and forest and game management.
B. 
Dwellings existing before the effective date of adoption of this chapter that are not accessory to or associated with agricultural uses.
C. 
For purposes of farm consolidation, farm residences or structures that existed prior to the effective date of adoption of this chapter may be separated from the larger farm parcel.
D. 
Single-family detached dwellings.
A. 
Uses and structures customarily accessory and clearly incidental to permissible principal uses and structures. Single-family dwellings shall be considered accessory to agricultural uses, provided such dwellings are occupied by a person or a family at least one member of which earns a substantial part of his or her livelihood from farming operations on the farm parcel or is the parent or child of the farm operator.
B. 
One roadside stand per farm used solely for the sale of products produced on the premises.
C. 
Public utility installations not requiring a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by Wisconsin PSC.
A. 
Fur farms.
B. 
Riding stables.
C. 
Governmental uses including landfills, highway storage facilities and public buildings.
D. 
Home occupations.
E. 
Communication towers: see Article IX of this chapter.
F. 
Public utility installations requiring a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by Wisconsin PSC.
A. 
Permitted principal uses and structures.
(1) 
Lot area: minimum 35 acres.
(2) 
Front yard:
(a) 
Town road: minimum 37 feet.
(b) 
County or state road: 55 feet.
(3) 
Rear yard: minimum 50 feet.
(4) 
Side yard: minimum 50 feet.
(5) 
Lot width: minimum 200 feet.
B. 
Accessory structures.
(1) 
For buildings 150 square feet in area or smaller:
(a) 
Front yard:
[1] 
Town road: minimum 37 feet.
[2] 
County or state road: 55 feet.
(b) 
Rear yard: minimum six feet.
(c) 
Side yards: minimum six feet.
(d) 
Height: maximum 15 feet.
(e) 
No building shall be located within 12 feet of any other building.
(2) 
For buildings 151 feet to 750 square feet in area:
(a) 
Front yard:
[1] 
Town road: minimum 37 feet.
[2] 
County or state road: 55 feet.
(b) 
Rear yard: minimum 12 feet.
(c) 
Side yards: minimum 12 feet.
(d) 
Height: maximum 20 feet.
(e) 
Accessory buildings larger than 750 square feet shall meet all requirements of other principal uses and structures.
A. 
One sign, not exceeding 100 square feet in area, identifying the premises or establishment.
B. 
One sign, not exceeding 25 square feet in area, advertising the sale of farm products on the premises.
C. 
Temporary signs for the sale or lease of the property.