[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 400; as amended by Ord. 4/23/1986, 4/23/1986; by Ord. 6/24/1987, 6/24/1987; by Ord. 1-92, 4/8/1992, § 2; by Ord. 3-92, 7/8/1992, § 3; by Ord. 1-95, 5/10/1995, § 2; by Ord. 1-96, 5/8/1996, § 2; by Ord. 3-99, 5/12/1999, § B; and by Ord. 1-2000, 6/14/2000]
A building may be erected, altered, or used, and a lot may be used for any one of the following purposes and for no other:
Single-family detached dwellings.
Educational or religious use.
Golf course and golf house including driving range as a part of the same establishment, but excluding miniature golf course.
Municipal, county, state or federal uses, excluding correctional or penal institutions.
Club, fraternal institution or nonprofit swimming pool, provided that a particular activity shall not be one which is customarily carried on as a business and provided that all services shall be for members and their guests.
Noncommercial recreational uses.
Any of the following accessory uses shall be permitted:
Customary residential and agricultural accessory uses.
Swimming pool, provided that it is located in the rear yard or side yard of the dwelling to which it is an accessory, and located 10 feet from any lot line and enclosed with at least a four-foot high continuous barrier.
Sludge application sites subject to the provisions of §§ 27-1511 through 27-1518 of this Chapter 27 are permitted only by conditional use.
A large animal used as the primary means of transportation may be housed on a lot of two acres and less than four acres upon approval of the Board of Supervisors as a conditional use pursuant to the provisions of §§ 27-1411 through 27-1413 of Part 14. Except for Subsection 1, all subsections of § 27-1420, "Large Animals," shall apply.
[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 401; as amended by Ord. 3-88, 12/21/1988, § 1; by Ord. 1-93, 1/6/1993; by Ord. 3-99, 5/12/1999, § B; by Ord. 4-99, 6/8/1999; by Ord. 1-2000, 6/14/2000; by Ord. 2-2002, 6/12/2002; and by Ord. 2-2003, 2/12/2003]
The following area and bulk regulations shall apply:
All Uses Except Agricultural.
[Amended by Ord. 1-2012, 6/13/2012]
Agricultural Use. Agriculture, farm houses and usual farm buildings shall be permitted without restriction except as follows:
To qualify as agricultural use, the minimum lot size shall be 10 acres.
No barn lot, mushroom house or manure storage shall be established closer than 100 feet to any property line, or 100 feet from the center line of a public right-of-way (street).
Two dwelling units are permitted on a lot used for agricultural purposes; provided, that at least one of the dwelling units is a frame structure; provided, that all dwellings are separated by a minimum distance of 100 feet.
Silos and bulk bins shall be exempted from area and bulk regulations when attached to an existing building.
Farm buildings shall not be constructed closer than 85 feet to a street right-of-way line or front property line nor closer than 50 feet to a side or rear property line.
Residential accessory buildings may be erected in side and rear yards, provided that there remain side or rear yards of at least 10 feet from the accessory building to the side or rear lot lines.
[Ord. 1-71, 3/2/1971, § 402]
The following design standards shall apply:
For all other uses permitted in this district: