[Amended 12-13-2004; 11-13-2017 by Ord. No. 10-17; 5-20-2019 by Ord. No. 04-19; 8-26-2019 by Ord. No. 09-19]
The intent of this district is to maintain open land areas predominantly devoted to farming and agricultural related uses. It is anticipated that while certain areas within this district will eventually be used for nonagricultural uses, the intensity of development will remain significantly limited due to a lack of urban facilities and services. It is intended that any residential development be limited to individual home sites on lots of record or created by certified survey map.
Agricultural uses including beekeeping, dairying, floriculture, poultry and livestock raising, stables, 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.
Dwellings existing before the effective date of adoption of this chapter or dwellings that were issued a building permit prior to January 1, 2020.
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.
Uses and structures customarily accessory and clearly incidental to permissible principal uses and structures.
One roadside stand per farm used solely for the sale of products produced on the premises.
Public utility installations not requiring a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by the Wisconsin PSC.
Setbacks to be determined by the Planning Commission in the special use permit process, but not less than setbacks established in zone.
Governmental uses including yard waste facilities, highway storage facilities and public buildings.
Resource extraction uses, including quarrying and sand and gravel pits subject to the requirements to Article X of this chapter.
Outdoor commercial recreational uses including recreational camps, golf courses, campgrounds, golf, archery and rifle ranges, sledding and skiing facilities and uses of a similar nature.
Commercial exhibits of historical or natural significance.
Public and semipublic nonprofit institutional uses including churches, schools, libraries, museums and the like.
Profit or nonprofit clubs and organizations, YMCAs, youth organizations, Boys' Brigade and the like.
Public utility installations requiring a certificate of public convenience and necessity issued by Wisconsin PSC.
For buildings 150 square feet in area or smaller:
For buildings 151 feet to 750 square feet in area:
Accessory buildings larger than 750 square feet shall meet all requirements of other principal uses and structures.