City of Seymour, MO
Webster County
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[Code 1999 §405.090; CC 1979 §§300.310—300.313; Ord. No. 471 §§300.310—300.313, 5-11-1995; Ord. No. 764, 12-13-2018]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in an "R-1" Single-Family Residence District are:
1. 
Single-family dwelling structures.
2. 
Churches.
3. 
Public schools, elementary and high, as approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
4. 
Museums, libraries, parks, playgrounds or community centers owned and operated by a public agency, as approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
5. 
Golf courses.
6. 
Accessory buildings, including private garages when located not less than sixty (60) feet from the front lot line or a private garage constructed as part of the main building. All such garages or subordinate buildings shall be erected and maintained only as accessory to the dwelling situated on the same lot or grounds and shall not involve the conduct of a business or contain kitchen facilities.
7. 
Uses customarily incident to any of the above uses and including home occupations, such as the office of a musician, artist, millinery, dressmaking, or other like home occupations conducted by persons residing on the premises. Any of the above uses may be conducted in the main building provided such use shall not occupy a floor area greater than one-half (½) the floor area of the first (1st) story of the building. There shall be no commercial display visible from the street and no advertising.
8. 
Temporary buildings and uses for construction purposes for a period not to exceed one hundred twenty (120) days.
9. 
One (1) sign on each lot not to exceed twelve (12) square feet in area appertaining to the lease or sale of the building or premises on which the sign is located. Signs for any other purpose not specifically permitted in this Section are prohibited.
10. 
Utility uses.
B. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards, and the minimum lot area shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building erected or structurally altered after May 10, 1979, shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet, except public or semi-public buildings, hospitals or schools may be erected to a height not exceeding seventy-five (75) feet when each of its front, side and rear yards are increased an additional foot for each foot such buildings exceed forty-five (45) feet in height.
2. 
Front yard. There shall be a front yard having a depth of not less than twenty-five (25) feet to the front line of the building and not less than fifteen (15) feet to the front line of an open porch or paved terrace. Provided however, that:
Where lots comprising forty percent (40%) or more of the frontage are developed with buildings having front yards varying in depth by not more than six (6) feet, no building erected or structurally altered after May 10, 1979, shall project beyond the average front yard line so established; provided, further, that this regulation shall not be so interpreted as to require a front yard of more than fifty (50) feet.
3. 
Rear yard. There shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than twenty-five (25) feet, provided, however, that for lots of less than one hundred twenty-five (125) feet in depth and of record on or before May 10, 1979, the rear yard requirements shall be reduced to twenty percent (20%) of the depth of such lot. One-half (½) of the width of an alley abutting and adjacent to a rear yard may be assumed to be a portion of the rear yard. An accessory building or structure may not exceed twelve (12) feet in height and may not occupy more than thirty percent (30%) of a required rear yard.
4. 
Side yard. There shall be a side yard on each side of a building of not less than ten percent (10%) of the width of the lot at the front line of the main structure; provided, however, that such side yard need not exceed eight (8) feet in width.
The above regulation shall apply to all lots, including corner lots. In the case of reversed corner lots which face an intersecting street, the side yard on the street side of such corner lot shall be not less than fifty percent (50%) of the front yard required on the lots in the rear of such corner lot. No accessory buildings on such reversed corner lot shall project beyond the front yard line of the lots in the rear.
5. 
Minimum lot and living area per family. The minimum lot area in this "R-1" Single-Family District shall be six thousand (6,000) square feet for single-family dwelling structures. The minimum living area of a housing unit shall be seven hundred fifty (750) square feet with the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Board and Board of Aldermen approval. Nothing in this Subsection shall be interpreted to prohibit convents within a subdivision from requiring larger lot sizes and/or living areas.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. Required Off -Street Parking. The following off-street parking spaces shall be provided and satisfactorily maintained by the owner of the property of each dwelling.
1. 
Residential units. For each dwelling unit there shall be two (2) permanently maintained parking spaces on the same lot or parcel for each dwelling unit. Each parking space shall be of a size not less than twenty (20) feet in length by eight (8) feet in width.
2. 
General. All off-street parking facilities shall be maintained on the same lot with the building or within three hundred (300) feet thereof. Any off-street parking in existence at the time of the effective date of this Section, May 10, 1979, or hereinafter established to comply with the provisions of the Section shall be maintained so long as building or structure remains, unless the owner provides and maintains in another location an equivalent number of required spaces.
[Code 1999 §405.100; CC 1979 §§300.330—300.333; Ord. No. 471 §§300.330—300.333, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in a "R-2" Two-Family Residence District are:
1. 
Any use provided in the "R-1" Single-Family Residence District.
2. 
Dwelling structures used for occupancy by not more than two (2) families living independently and doing their own cooking.
B. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height and area regulations are the same as "R-1" Single-family Residence District with the following exception:
1. 
The minimum living area of a housing unit shall be seven hundred twenty (720) square feet.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. For each dwelling unit there shall be two (2) permanently maintained parking spaces on the same lot or parcel for each dwelling unit.
[Code 1999 §405.110; CC 1979 §§300.340 — 300.343; Ord. No. 471 §§300.340 — 300.343, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in a "R-3" Multi-Family Residence District are:
1. 
Any use provided in the "R-2" Two-Family Residence District.
2. 
Multi-family dwelling units.
3. 
Apartments.
B. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards, and minimum lot area shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building erected or structurally altered shall exceed fifty (50) feet.
2. 
Front yard. There shall be a front yard having a depth of not less than ten (10) feet to the front line of the building, thus allowing parking in the rear.
3. 
Rear yard. There shall be a rear yard having a depth of not less than twenty-five (25) feet.
4. 
Side yard. There shall be a side yard on each side of the building not less than eight (8) feet in width.
5. 
Minimum lot and living area per family. The minimum lot size and living area per family shall be as approved by the Seymour Planning and Zoning Commission.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. For each dwelling unit there shall be one and one-half (1½) permanently maintained parking spaces.
[Code 1999 §405.120; CC 1979 §§300.345 — 300.346; Ord. No. 471 §§300.345 — 300.346, 5-11-1995]
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in "R-4" Mobile Home Park Residence District are as approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
[Code 1999 §405.130; CC 1979 §§300.350—300.353; Ord. No. 471 §§300.350—300.353, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in a "B-1" Central Business District are:
1. 
Retail sales and services.
2. 
Wholesale establishments as long as goods or services are sold retail from the store front.
3. 
Air-conditioning and heating sales and services.
4. 
Apartments, provided they are located above the first floor or an area on the first floor located in the rear/back of such building or structure, that is not directly exposed to the front of the building of a business permitted in the district. Such apartment will not be visible from the street or storefront of such business.
[Ord. No. 705 § 1, 11-26-2013]
5. 
Auditoriums.
6. 
Bakeries, where all goods are sold on the premises.
7. 
Barbershops and beauty parlors.
8. 
Banks.
9. 
Billiard and poolrooms and recreation places.
10. 
Book and stationery stores.
11. 
Business, commercial, dance and music studios.
12. 
Catering establishments.
13. 
Department, furniture and home appliance stores.
14. 
Electrical appliance shops and repair.
15. 
Employment agencies.
16. 
Frozen food lockers.
17. 
Florist shops.
18. 
Grocer, fruit or vegetable store.
19. 
Hardware store.
20. 
Laboratories for testing but not for manufacture.
21. 
Laundries and dry cleaners.
22. 
Laundromats.
23. 
Meat market, if no slaughter or stripping is done.
24. 
Offices.
25. 
Paint, wallpaper and decorating shops.
26. 
Pet shop or animal hospital when conducted entirely within closed building.
27. 
Photographers or artist studios.
28. 
Pharmacies and drugstores.
29. 
Plumbing, heating supply and workshop.
30. 
Printing, publishing and issuing of newspapers.
31. 
Printing shops.
32. 
Radio, television and electronics sales and services.
33. 
Restaurants.
34. 
Retail stores and services.
35. 
Shoe repair shops.
36. 
Signs relating only to the name and use of the store or premises. Such signs shall be attached to the building with no portion of the sign projecting more than one (1) foot from the structure, and if illuminated shall not be of the flashing or intermittent type. In no case shall the sign project above the roof line.
37. 
Tailor and dressmaking, repair and alteration shops.
38. 
Taverns or retail sale of alcoholic beverages, subject to the regulations of ordinances adopted by the City.
39. 
Taxi stand and office.
40. 
Telegraph office.
41. 
Telephone exchange building and office.
42. 
Temporary building incidental only to construction of a permitted use for a period not to exceed one hundred twenty (120) days.
43. 
Theater, indoor only.
44. 
Trailer sales when conducted wholly within a building.
45. 
Tourist home.
46. 
All business or service of aforesaid stores, shops, or businesses shall be conducted wholly within a completely enclosed building, except for vehicle parking and off-street loading areas.
B. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards, and the minimum lot area shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building erected or structurally altered shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet.
2. 
Front yard. A front yard is not required; however, the front line of a building shall be not less than eight (8) feet from the curb line of the adjacent street and that eight (8) feet shall consist entirely of a sidewalk constructed of concrete and in good repair.
3. 
Side yard. A side yard is not required. Adjoining buildings shall be constructed in a manner so as to insure a fire wall which meets all specifications of regulations relating to the fire zone in which the building is located.
4. 
Rear yard. No rear yard is required.
5. 
Minimum lot size. No minimum lot size is required.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. Off-street parking is not required.
[Code 1999 §405.140; CC 1979 §§300.360 — 300.363; Ord. No. 471 §§300.360 — 300.363, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in a "B-2" General Business District are:
1. 
Any uses permitted in "R-3" Multi-Family Residence District and "B-1" Central Business District.
2. 
Meat market, if no slaughter or stripping is done.
3. 
Wholesale establishments.
4. 
Warehouses.
5. 
Agricultural implement sale, service and farm supplies.
6. 
Auction rooms and houses.
7. 
Vehicle sales and service.
8. 
Beverage distributors.
9. 
Bowling alleys.
10. 
Greenhouse for retail trade only.
11. 
Hotels.
12. 
Laundries and dry cleaners, including commercial laundry facilities for not more than one thousand (1,000) pounds of dry goods per day.
13. 
Motels.
14. 
Radio broadcast stations.
15. 
Signs and outdoor advertising.
16. 
Transfer and delivery service.
17. 
Undertaking establishments.
18. 
Warehouse spaces for rent to individuals, where each space does not exceed one hundred fifty (150) square feet and the individual renting the space has sole access to such.
19. 
Wholesale establishments, excluding the principal use of which is for a storage warehouse.
20. 
All business or service of aforesaid stores, shops, or businesses shall be conducted wholly within a completely enclosed building, except for vehicle parking and off-street loading areas, or as approved by the Seymour Planning and Zoning Commission.
21. 
Manufacturing or processing which is clearly incidental to retail use is permitted. Such manufacturing or processing is limited to that which employs not more than ten (10) persons in the manufacturing or processing.
22. 
Temporary building incidental only to construction of a permitted use for a period not to exceed one hundred twenty (120) days.
B. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards and the minimum lot area shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building erected or structurally altered shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet.
2. 
Front yard. A front yard is not required; however, a concrete sidewalk of not less than eight (8) feet in width shall be constructed along the front line of the building and be maintained in good repair.
3. 
Side yard. A side yard is not required. Adjoining buildings shall be constructed in a manner so as to assure a fire wall which meets all specifications of regulations relating to the fire zone in which the building is located.
4. 
Rear yard. No rear yard is required.
5. 
Minimum lot size. No minimum lot size is required.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. The following off-street parking spaces shall be provided and satisfactorily maintained by the owner of the property for each building which is hereafter erected, enlarged or altered for use in a "B-2" General Business District for any of the following uses:
1. 
For any hotel, motel, apartment hotel or similar use there shall be provided one (1) parking space on the same parcel of land for each individual sleeping or living unit.
2. 
Hospitals and nursing homes. For any hospital, nursing home or similar use or establishment there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each five (5) beds.
3. 
Assembly and entertainment places. For any assembly and/or entertainment place there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of gross floor area.
4. 
Medical, dental clinics and similar uses. For each treatment or examination room or area there shall be not less than three (3) parking spaces.
5. 
Offices. For any bank, funeral home, business office, professional office, welfare office, or any other similar use or establishment there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each four hundred (400) square feet of gross floor area or part thereof for the first four thousand (4,000) square feet of building and then provided one (1) parking space for each additional five hundred (500) square feet of gross floor area.
6. 
Food serving places. For any eating or drinking establishment or similar use there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of gross floor area.
7. 
Retail sales uses. For any retail store except a food market, there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each six hundred (600) square feet of gross floor area for the first eighteen thousand (18,000) square feet and then one (1) parking space for each additional one thousand (1,000) square feet of gross floor area.
For any food establishment or similar use, there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each two hundred fifty (250) square feet of gross floor area for the first seven thousand five hundred (7,500) square feet and then one (1) parking space for each additional one hundred (100) square feet of gross floor area.
8. 
Laundromats. For any self-service laundry or similar use there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each two (2) laundry units.
9. 
Vehicle services. For any gasoline, oil or lubricating service station, motor vehicle service and repair establishment, or any similar use there shall be provided not less than one (1) parking space for each one thousand (1,000) square feet of gross land area.
10. 
Production, processing and storage uses. For any manufacturing, processing, wholesaling, or other similar use there shall be provided not less than two (2) parking spaces for the first two thousand (2,000) feet of gross floor area and then one (1) parking space for each additional eight hundred (800) square feet of gross floor area.
11. 
Unlisted and mixed uses. In the case of any use not herein listed, the number of parking spaces required for each use shall be the same as for the most similar use which is listed. In the case of mixed uses in the same building, the required number of parking spaces shall be the sum of the required spaces for each of the individual uses.
12. 
Collective parking facilities. Any two (2) or more buildings or uses may provide collective parking facilities providing that the sum of parking spaces provided shall be not less than the collective requirements for the buildings or uses.
13. 
General. Parking spaces provided shall be on the same lot as the business or use, or within three hundred (300) feet thereof. All parking spaces shall be paved with an all-weather surfacing and be maintained in good condition, with appropriate bumper guards where needed. Where a parking space or area adjoins a residential district, there shall be provided a solid wall of masonry, a uniformly painted wooden fence, or a compact evergreen screen of not less than four (4) feet in height and such visual barrier shall be maintained. Any artificial illumination of a parking space or area shall be reflected away from any residential zone.
14. 
Permanency of parking spaces provided. Any off-street parking in existence at the time of the effective date of this Section, May 10, 1979, or hereafter established to comply with the provisions of this Section shall be maintained so long as the building or use remains, unless the owner provides and maintains in another location an equivalent number of spaces.
15. 
Off-street loading facilities. For any building hereafter erected, enlarged or occupied of more than three thousand (3,000) square feet in gross floor area, there shall be provided and maintained a loading space not less than fourteen (14) feet in clearance for every twenty thousand (20,000) square feet or portion thereof.
16. 
Residential units. For each dwelling unit there shall be two (2) permanently maintained parking spaces on the same lot or parcel for each dwelling unit. Each parking space shall be of a size not less than twenty (20) feet in length and eight (8) feet in width.
[Code 1999 §405.150; CC 1979 §§300.370 — 300.377; Ord. No. 471 §§300.370 — 300.377, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted uses in an "I-1" Light Industrial District are:
1. 
Artificial limb and orthopedic appliance manufacture.
2. 
Vehicle painting, upholstering, repairing, reconditioning, and body and fender work when done within the confines of a building.
3. 
Bakeries, wholesale.
4. 
Beverage bottling and distribution.
5. 
Blacksmith and welding shop.
6. 
Building equipment, building materials, lumber, coal, sand and gravel yards, and yards for contracting equipment, maintenance or operating equipment of public agencies or materials or equipment of similar nature.
7. 
Bus or truck shops and garages and storage yards, but not truck terminals.
8. 
Carpet and rug cleansers.
9. 
Carting, express hauling or storage yards.
10. 
Cement block manufacture when done wholly within a building.
11. 
Chick and bird hatcheries.
12. 
Cleaning and dyeing establishments.
13. 
Creameries.
14. 
Grain elevators.
15. 
Greenhouses, wholesale growers.
16. 
Laundries, more than one thousand (1,000) pounds daily capacity.
17. 
Laboratories for scientific experiments.
18. 
Machine shops which do not create vibrations or noise disturbing to adjacent owners.
19. 
Printing, binding and publishing of materials for commercial use or reading.
20. 
Public utility electric substations and distribution centers, gas regulation centers and underground gas holder stations.
21. 
Signs pertaining only to the particular business conducted on the same premises.
22. 
Storage of household goods.
23. 
Storage and sale of vehicles, trailers, farm implements and equipment, and other similar equipment on an open lot.
24. 
Storage and warehouse.
25. 
Storage of flammable liquids, fats and oils in tanks of less than fifty thousand (50,000) gallon capacity after approval by local authorities.
26. 
Stone, marble and granite grinding and cutting.
27. 
Telephone exchange.
28. 
Tool and die shops.
29. 
Upholstering.
30. 
Any manufacturing or assembly establishment that can be operated without creating objectionable noise, odor, dust, smoke, gas, fumes, vapor, pests or vermin and that is compatible with the use and occupancy of adjoining properties.
B. 
Required Off-Street Parking. For any manufacturing, assembly, processing, storage, wholesaling or other similar use there shall be provided not less than two (2) parking spaces for the first two thousand (2,000) square feet of gross floor space and then one (1) parking space for each additional eight hundred (800) square feet gross floor space. All parking spaces shall be paved with an all-weather surface and properly maintained.
Off-street loading facilities shall be provided for any building of more than three thousand (3,000) square feet gross floor area in an industrial zone. There shall be one (1) loading area of not less than twelve (12) by thirty-five (35) feet with fourteen (14) feet clearance for every twenty thousand (20,000) square feet or portion thereof.
[Code 1999 §405.160; CC 1979 §§300.380 — 300.383; Ord. No. 471 §§300.380 — 300.383, 5-11-1995]
A. 
Permitted Uses. Permitted uses in an "I-2" Heavy Industrial District are:
The following uses shall be permitted only after the use and location of such establishment and an environmental impact statement prepared by the owner shall have been approved by the Board of Aldermen:
1. 
Signs pertaining only to the particular business conducted on the same premises.
2. 
Bulk storage of petroleum or other flammable products.
3. 
Those uses that may be obnoxious or offensive by reason of emission of odor, dust, smoke, gas or noise, but which do not cause pollution of the air, surface or subsurface water, or ground, which shall include, but are not limited to:
The manufacture or storage of acetylene gas, acids, alcohol, ammonia, bleaching powder, chlorine, asphalt, brick, tile, terra cotta, pottery, candle, celluloid, cement, lime, gypsum, plaster of Paris, cotton oil, creosote, disinfectants, dyestuff, exterminator and insect poison, emery cloth and sandpaper, explosives or fireworks, fertilizer, gas, glue, size or gelatine, lampblack, match, oilcloth or linoleum, oiled goods, rubber goods, paint, oil, varnish, shellac, turpentine, paper and pulp, pickle, potash, pyroxlin, rubber or gutta-percha, sauerkraut, shoe polish, soap, soda and soda compounds, stove polish, lard and other products from animal fats, tar and tar distillation, tar roofing or waterproofing, tobacco manufacture or treatment, vinegar, yeast or similar manufacturing processes, cooperage works, arsenal, autowrecking and salvage, blast furnace, boiler works, central mixing plant for cement, mortar, plaster, or paving materials, coke ovens, distillation of bones, coal or wood, dog pound kennels, fat rendering, fish smoking and curing, forge plant, reduction or disposal of garbage, offal or dead animals, metal foundry or fabrication plant, storage or bailing of junk, iron or rags, refining or wholesale storage of petroleum or its smelting or mining of metals and mineral, stockyard, slaughter of animals, fowl or fish, stone mill or quarry, tanning, curing or storage of raw hides and skins or wool pulling or scouring or any similar industry, trade, or establishment.
B. 
Height And Area Requirements. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards, and minimum lot sizes shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building erected or structurally altered shall exceed three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet.
2. 
Yards. No yards are required in this district.
3. 
Minimum lot size. No minimum lot size is required.
C. 
Required Off-Street Parking. For any manufacturing, assembly, processing, storage, wholesaling or other similar use there shall be provided not less than two (2) parking spaces for the first two thousand (2,000) square feet of gross floor area and then one (1) parking space for each additional eight hundred (800) square feet of gross floor space. All parking spaces shall be paved with an all-weather surface and properly maintained.
Off-street loading facilities shall be provided for any building of more than three thousand (3,000) square feet of gross floor area in an industrial district. There shall be one (1) loading area of not less than twelve (12) feet by thirty-five (35) feet with fourteen (14) feet clearance for every twenty thousand (20,000) square feet or portion thereof.
On-street parking, loading and unloading is specifically prohibited in an industrial district.
[Code 1999 §405.170; CC 1979 §§300.390—300.393; Ord. No. 471 §§300.390—300.393, 5-11-1995; Ord. No. 655, 10-14-2010]
A. 
Uses Permitted. Permitted uses in an "A-1" Agriculture District are:
1. 
Single-family dwellings on parcels of not less than four (4) acres.
[Ord. No. 697, 4-25-2013]
2. 
Barns, silos, and accessory buildings necessary for agriculture purposes.
3. 
Breeding, raising and utilization of livestock and animals, excluding swine, at not more than one (1) animal for the first (1st) acre and one (1) animal for each one-half (½) acre thereafter in a contiguous area.
4. 
The production of plants and trees and harvesting of such.
5. 
Forestry.
6. 
Wildlife conservation.
7. 
Other similar agriculture uses.
B. 
Uses Permitted Upon Review. If located upon four (4) or more acres, the following uses may be reviewed by the Board of Adjustment, subject to requirements for similar buildings or uses in other districts and to such conditions and safeguards as the Board may deem appropriate:
1. 
Churches or similar places of worship, with accessory structures including residential quarters for the minister or similar person.
2. 
Public schools and institutions of higher learning.
3. 
Public parks, playground, athletic fields and recreational areas operated by membership organizations for their members and not for gain.
4. 
Rodeo or fairgrounds.
5. 
Veterinarians with appropriate accessory buildings for the stock.
6. 
Cemetery, airport, camp, hospital, sanitarium, correctional institution, or institution for the insane.
7. 
Sign or display, not exceeding two (2) in number nor within one thousand (1,000) feet of each other, advertising the development of the land upon which the sign or display is located. The signs or displays shall be removed immediately upon completion of the development or three (3) years, whichever is less. The type, location and design of the sign shall be approved by the Board of Adjustment and shall not be detrimental to the use or enjoyment of adjacent properties or to restrict sight on public streets.
8. 
The use of agricultural land shall not be such as to permit a standard lower than that permitted in residential, commercial and industrial districts of the City. The types of uses and intensity of land use as authorized in this district are designed to encourage and protect any agricultural use until urbanization is warranted and the appropriate changes in district classification are made.
C. 
Height And Area Regulations. The height of buildings, minimum dimensions of yards and minimum lot sizes shall be as follows:
1. 
Height. No building which is to be occupied by people shall be more than three (3) stories or forty-five (45) feet in height.
2. 
Yard size. No yards are required in this district.
3. 
Lot size. No parcel of land in an agriculture district which is of less than ten (10) acres shall be offered for sale or used for purposes other than those specifically permitted in the district, unless such parcel is legally subdivided and appropriately zoned. This provision shall not apply to any parcel of less than ten (10) acres at the time of the approval of this Chapter and which is sold and used for permitted agricultural purposes.
D. 
Off-Street Parking Requirements. Parking shall be provided for the occupants, helpers, and such machinery or equipment as may exist.