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Article 4
Use Regulations


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Section 6         Agricultural Uses

A.            Agricultural Use Matrix

 


 

Table 4.B.6.A – Agricultural Use Matrix

 

 

Standard Districts

Use Type

Planned Development Districts (PDDs)

Traditional Development Districts (TDDs)

 

AG/CON

Residential

Commercial

IND

INST

PUD

MUPD

PIPD

M

R

TND

TMD

 

Pods

FLU

Pods

H

V

Tier

 

P

A

A

AR

R

R

R

R

C

C

C

C

C

C

URAO

IRO

I

I

P

I

R

C

R

C

A

C

C

C

C

C

I

E

I

I

C

I

P

P

U/S

Exurban/

Rural

U

E

AGR

 

C

G

P

R

U

E

T

S

M

N

L

C

H

G

R

U

U

U

U

U

FLU

L

G

O

P

E

O

E

I

G

L

H

L

H

R

N

D

N

N

O

N

D

D

S

X

 

 

R

 

S

S

 

 

 

 

 

O

 

O

 

E

C

C

C

I

I

C

C

C

C

 

 

 

F

S

M

C

V

R

 

 

O

O

 

D

C

S

D

M

D

 

 

R

N

O

R

N

O

 

R

D

P

 

 

 

 

A

A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

1

2

L

L

H

H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T

/

 

/

 

 

E

C

S

E

C

S

 

U

E

R

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O

 

O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L

 

G

 

 

S

 

R

S

 

R

 

R

V

E

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E

 

 

E

 

A

 

S

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supplementary Use

Standards #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

 

 

C

 

L

 

 

 

Agricultural Uses (4)

 

-

P

-

B

A

A

A

A

A

P

-

P

-

P

-

D

D

D

D

D

-

-

-

-

B

B

-

-

Nursery, Retail

13

-

P

-

-

P

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

P

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

P

-

P

P

P

-

 

-

P

P

D

B

B

B

B

B

B

-

P

-

P

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

P

P

-

Nursery, Wholesale

14

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

 

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

D

 

-

D

D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

B

D

P

-

Potting Soil Manufacturing

15

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

D

D

D

D

A

A

A

A

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

-

-

-

-

D

D

D

D

Produce Stand

16

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

P

-

D

D

D

D

 

-

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

P

P

P

Shade House

17

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

D

D

D

D

A

A

A

A

B

B

D

D

D

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

D

D

D

D

Stable, Commercial

18

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

D

 

-

P

P

P

P

P

B

B

B

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Stable, Private

19

P

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

P

 

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

-

-

Sugar Mill or Refinery

20

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

[Ord. 2017-007] [Ord. 2018-002] [Ord. 2021-023]

 

Use Approval Process Key:

 

P

Permitted by Right

D

Subject to DRO approval

A

Subject to BCC approval (Class A Conditional Use)

 

B

Subject to Zoning Commission approval (Class B Conditional Use)

-

Prohibited use, unless stated otherwise within Supplementary Use Standards

 

(1)

Policy and Procedures Manual (PPM) # Multiple Department (MD)-RI-002, Processing Building Permit and Zoning Applications for Farms, guides PZB Staff in determining the preemptive effect of State law. This PPM is available upon request at Planning, Zoning and Building Department.

 

(2)

Supplementary Use Standards for each use must be reviewed regardless of the approval process set forth in the Use Matrix. Refer to the numbers in the Supplementary Use Standards column.

 

(3)

The change in use for a previously approved non-residential structure shall be Permitted by Right, if in compliance with Art. 3.B.16.E.1, Right to Continue or Change Uses.

 

(4)

Uses may require a higher level of approval pursuant to Table 4.A.9.A, Thresholds for Projects Requiring DRO Approval, and Table 4.A.9.B, Thresholds for Projects Requiring Board of County Commissioners Approval, unless otherwise specified within the Supplementary Standards of the specific use. [Ord. 2021-023]

 


B.   General Agricultural Standards

Reserved for future use.

C.   Definitions and Supplementary Use Standards for Specific Uses

1.   Agriculture, Bona Fide
a.   Definition

Any plot of land where the principal use consists of the growing, cultivating, and harvesting of crops; the raising of animals, inclusive of aviculture, aquaculture, horses, and livestock; the production of animal products such as eggs, honey, or dairy products; or, the raising of plant material. The following standards shall apply to a Bona Fide Agriculture use, except where pre-empted by State law.

b.   Agricultural Uses in the U/S Tier

1)   Applicability

Uses legally established prior to the effective date of this Code in the U/S Tier shall be considered conforming. Any expansion of existing agricultural uses shall be consistent with all applicable requirements and subject to the review procedure identified in this Code.

2)   Uses Not Listed

Agricultural uses not listed in Table 4.B.6.A, Agricultural Use Matrix, as permitted in the U/S Tier shall only be permitted as an interim use, subject to Class A Conditional Use approval.

3)   AR Zoning District

The AR Zoning District shall be considered consistent with all FLU designations in the U/S Tier for the purposes of permitting interim agricultural uses only.

4)   Temporary Agricultural Uses

Property which has an existing Development Order may also receive an additional Development Order for a temporary agricultural use in the U/S Tier in accordance with the standards for the specific agricultural use, however, the agricultural use shall not be eligible for an agricultural tax exemption.

c.   Groves and Row Crop

The cultivation of fruits and vegetables as groves and row crops shall be subject to the following additional standards in all zoning districts:

1)   Lot Size

A minimum of five acres.

2)   Setback

Structures and accessory activities shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet.

3)   Hours of Operation

Operation of commercial vehicles over one ton rated capacity or gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds, including load, from 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. is prohibited.

4)   Loading

All loading and unloading of trucks shall be restricted to the site and shall not be permitted in any setbacks.

5)   Spraying

No aerial application of any pesticides, fungicides, fertilizers, or any other chemical shall be allowed.

d.   Dipping Vats

Dipping vats shall not be allowed in the AR Zoning District, unless approved as a Class B Conditional Use.

e.   Pens and Cages

In the AR and AGR Zoning Districts, pens, cages, or structures shall meet the district setbacks for a principal use, or be set back a minimum of 50 feet from any property line, whichever is greater.

f.    Game and Exotic Animals

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) regulates game farms or game animal care for private or commercial purposes.

1)   Exotic Animals

Care for exotic animals (imported or non-native animal species) for private or commercial breeding purposes shall have a minimum lot size of five acres.

2)   Dangerous or Class 1 and 2 Animals

Ownership, care, or keeping of dangerous or Class 1 and 2 animals, as defined by the FG&FWFC, shall require Class A Conditional Use approval and shall have a minimum lot size of five acres.

g.   Livestock Raising

The breeding, raising, and caring for domestic animals including horses.

1)   Urban Service Area (USA)

In the Urban Service Area, livestock raising shall comply with the following standards:

a)   Lot Size

A minimum of five acres.

b)   Setback

All accessory uses and structure, such as troughs, feed mechanisms and storage, shall be set back a minimum of 100 feet.

c)   Large Animals

The maximum number of large animals permitted for each acre shall not exceed five. Large animals shall include horses, swine, cattle, goats, and sheep. An enclosed structure with one stall for each large animal is required when the total number of large animals exceeds three per acre. In addition, the following limitation on the number of specific large animals per acre shall apply: horses: five; swine: one; cattle: two; goats: two; sheep: two.

d)   Small Animals

The maximum number of small animals permitted for each acre shall not exceed 100. Small animals shall include rabbits and fowl, excluding peafowl. Small animals shall be permitted in addition to large animals.

e)   Palm Beach County Animal Control Department (PBCACD)

The Property Owner shall notify PBCACD as to the type of livestock and details of animal care to be provided.

f)    Processing and Slaughtering

Processing and slaughtering shall be prohibited.

g)   Loading

All loading and unloading of trucks shall be restricted to the site and shall not encroach any setback.

h)   Waste

A plan outlining a method of waste removal shall be submitted to and approved by the PBC Health Department.

i)    Compatibility

The use shall assure that there is no incompatibility with surrounding land uses. In the event that an incompatibility exists, the petitioner shall satisfactorily mitigate the incompatibility prior to receiving Conditional Use or DRO approval.

h.   Agritourism

Refer to F.S. § 570.85-§ 87 for applicability. [Ord. 2019-034]

i.    Accessory Agricultural Uses

These uses include “U-Pick-Em” operations; sale of on-site produced products; corrals; pens; training facilities; dipping vats; processing of raw material; storage sheds; repair, fabrication, body work and welding of agricultural equipment; freestanding coolers; bulk storage of petroleum products; shipping containers used for temporary storage; washing, cutting, and packing of farm products, and canning, dehydration, and basic preparation of raw food products prior to shipment, and outdoor storage of equipment.

j.    Agriculture Marketplace

A use that is accessory, incidental and subordinate, to a Bona Fide Agriculture use in the AGR Tier, conducted to allow for the sale of agricultural products or enhanced opportunities for visitors, which generates income for the owner or operator of the Bona Fide Agriculture use, adding economic viability to farming operations.

1)   Approval Process

Class A Conditional Use.

2)   Location Criteria

a)   Tier and Zoning District

AGR Tier and Zoning District only.

b)   Location

The Agriculture Marketplace shall be located adjacent to an Arterial Road designated on the PBC Functional Classification of Roads Map.

c)   Proximity to Residential Uses

The parcel or area designated on the Final Site Plan for an Agriculture Marketplace shall be located at least 500 feet measured from the property line, if adjacent to existing residential uses, or approvals for PUD or TMD Development Areas with residential uses.

3)   Minimum Acreage and Production

May be allowed if the land area has a minimum of 75 contiguous acres. A Unity of Control shall be required at the time for the approval of the Class A Conditional Use.

a)   Agriculture Preserve Parcels

The minimum acreage requirements may include parcels under an agricultural conservation easement, identified as an AGR-PUD Preserve or AGR-TMD Preserve, or other similar protections, provided that the Agriculture Marketplace is not located on those parcels.

b)   Agriculture Production

A minimum of 70 percent of the overall land area must meet the requirements for Bona Fide Agriculture.

4)   Use Limitations and Sale of Products

The area designated as an Agriculture Marketplace shall be limited to the retail sales of agricultural products such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, containerized house plants and other agricultural food products such as jelly, jam, honey and juice. This shall not preclude any structures from being used for the coordination of activities for permitted collocated uses, or other accessory, educational or recreational uses permitted on the Bona Fide Agriculture operation. The sale of grocery or convenience-type foods or products shall not be permitted nor shall vending machines or other similar equipment be permitted, unless stated otherwise herein.

a)   Floor Area

A maximum of 24,000 square feet of GFA, including outdoor display areas. The floor area shall not include any FAR transferred from the portions of the site that is dedicated to Bona Fide Agriculture production or otherwise encumbered with a conservation easement, Preserve Area or other similar protection.

b)   Outdoor Open Space Area

Areas set aside as outdoor open space for collocated uses and outdoor permanent activities shall be limited to a maximum of 12,000 square feet. Permanent shelters, such as Seminole chickee huts shall be limited to a maximum of 2,000 square feet.

c)   Collocated Uses

Additional uses may be permitted subject to compliance with the Supplemental Use Standards for each use and the following:

(1)  General Retail Sales

Ten percent or 2,000 square feet, whichever is less, of the GFA of the Agriculture Marketplace may be devoted to General Retail Sales. There shall be no exterior signage advertising to the public of the sale of grocery or other retail products. Approval shall be part of the Class A Conditional Use.

(2)  Permanent Green Market

Subject to DRO approval. An Open Flea Market may be permitted in conjunction with a Green Market. The Open Flea Market shall be limited to ten percent of the total square footage of the Permanent Green Market.

(3)  Retail Sales, Mobile or Temporary and Special Event

Mobile sales shall be permitted subject to approval of a Temporary Use through the ZAR process. [Ord. 2018-002]

d)   Outdoor Permanent Activities

Activities shall be clearly shown and labeled on the Site Plan and shall function with other uses on the site. Impacts from these uses, including but not limited to, traffic, parking, rest rooms, or nuisances, shall be addressed as part of the Class A Conditional Use approval. The BCC may impose conditions of approval to address these activities. Additional activities, such as: cooking classes and charity events, shall be Permitted by Right, subject to the following:

(1)  Shall be located within the GFA of the Agriculture Marketplace or permitted Outdoor Open Space areas;

(2)  The maximum number of participants, including a combination of special activities, shall not exceed 50 attendees; and,

(3)  Overflow parking is provided. A minimum of one parking space shall be provided for each three attendees. This shall require the posting of adequate on-site directional signage to preclude any inappropriate parking activity, such as parking in rights of way or on adjacent properties.

e)   Outdoor Display

Shall be limited to agricultural products only, located along the property’s frontage or other area, except within required setbacks.

f)    Storage

Motor vehicles, including vans, trucks, semi-trucks, mobile homes, travel trailers, and other permanent or temporary structures shall not be used for storage or display purposes.

g)   Parking

Off-site parking within a public or private R-O-W, or to areas accessed by other than an approved access way, shall be prohibited.

h)   Hours of Operation

(1)  8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday; and

(2)  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday.

k.   Landscape Curbing

A Bona Fide Agriculture use may use railroad ties or landscape lumber as an alternate to the curbing requirement in Art. 7.C.4.E.2 Alternative to Curbing.

l.    Barbed Wire in AGR, AP, and AR Zoning Districts; and AGR-PDD Preserve Parcels

1)   Barbed wire may be installed pursuant to Art. 5.B.1.A.2.e, Dangerous Materials.

2)   In the AR Zoning District with any Bona Fide Agriculture use, other than nurseries, provided it is set back a minimum of 25 feet from any property line.

2.   Agriculture, Light Manufacturing
a.   Definition

An accessory agricultural use for the manufacturing of products related to agricultural operations, such as fencing, pallets, crates, or containers. Product components are predominantly assembled from previously prepared materials or finished parts. Manufacturing includes processing, fabrication, assembly, treatment, and packaging of such products, and accessory storage and distribution, but excludes heavy industrial processing or manufacturing.

b.   Setbacks

A minimum 100-foot setback shall be required adjacent to a residential zoning district.

c.   Accessory Use

Light Agricultural Manufacturing operations may be allowed as an accessory use to a related Bona Fide Agriculture use on the same property provided it does not exceed 25,000 square feet.

d.   Landscaping

An Incompatibility Buffer may be omitted if the use is adjacent to Farm Workers Quarters or a Mobile Home accessory to agriculture.

3.   Agriculture, Packing Plant
a.   Definition

A facility used for the packing of produce not necessarily grown on site.

b.   Typical Activities

Activities may also include canning, dehydration, washing, cutting, or basic preparation of raw produce prior to shipment.

c.   Approval Process – AR/RSA Zoning District

May be permitted in the AR/RSA Zoning District with an SA FLU, subject to a Class A Conditional Use approval.

d.   Zoning District AGR-PUD Preserve Area

An Agriculture Packing Plant located in an AGR Preserve Area, including where permitted as an accessory use as specified above, shall comply with the following:

1)   Located on a roadway classified as an Arterial Street on figure TE 3.1, Functional Classification of Roads; and

2)   Located on or adjacent to active agricultural crop production.

e.   Setbacks

A minimum of 100 feet along all property lines which are adjacent to a residential zoning district.

f.    Accessory Use

A packing plant in the AP and AGR Zoning Districts, or the Preserve Area of an AGR-PUD, may be allowed as an accessory use to a related farm use on the same property, provided it does not exceed 25,000 square feet.

g.   Landscaping

An Incompatibility Buffer as required by Art. 7.C.2.C, Incompatibility Buffer, may be omitted if the use is adjacent to Farm Workers Quarters or a Mobile Home accessory to a farm use.

h.   Storage

Only equipment directly related to the facility shall be stored on the site. All stored equipment shall be screened from view from adjacent properties and streets.

4.   Agriculture, Renewable Fuels Production
a.   Definition

Any facility using biomass as its principal source of feed stock for the production of renewable fuel or fuels and other related renewable products including but not limited to ethanol or fuel ethanol.

b.   Setbacks

The facility shall be located a minimum of 750 feet away from parcels with a residential zoning or Future Land Use designation that accommodate an existing residential structure.

c.   Review Procedures and Standards

1)   The Applicant shall submit a site plan, for informational purposes only, to the Zoning Division prior to Building Permit application. The site plan shall be consistent with the requirements indicated in the Technical Requirements Manual.

2)   The owner or operator shall obtain the required approval and permits from all applicable Federal, State, and Local agencies prior to operating the facility.

3)   The owner or operator shall perform a daily visual inspection of all wood material and similar vegetative matter to be used as feed stock.

4)   Any toxic or hazardous waste generated at the site shall be handled pursuant to Chapter 62-730, F.A.C.

d.   Prohibitions

1)   The generation of toxic or hazardous waste effluent into the sanitary system shall be prohibited unless adequate pretreatment facilities have been constructed and are being utilized. The pretreatment facilities are subject to approval by DEP and the appropriate sewage works provider.

2)   Feed stock observed to contain prohibited materials shall not be used.

e.   Separation Distance

Facilities shall be separated two miles from an existing agricultural-related use.

5.   Agriculture, Research and Development
a.   Definition

The use of land or buildings for agriculture research and the cultivation of new agricultural products.

b.   Approval Process – AR/RSA Zoning District

May be permitted in the AR/RSA Zoning District with an SA FLU subject to a Class B Conditional Use approval.

c.   Outdoor Activities

Outdoor research, testing or development of agricultural products shall be limited to industrial zoning districts only.

d.   Landscape

A Bona Fide Agriculture use may use railroad ties or landscape lumber as an alternate to the curbing requirement in Art. 7.C.4.E.2, Alternative to Curbing.

6.   Agriculture, Sales and Service
a.   Definition

An establishment primarily engaged in the sale or rental of farm tools, small implements and farming equipment such as pickers and mowers; sale of livestock, feed, grain, tack, riding attire, animal care products, farm supplies, and the like:

b.   Approval Process – AR/RSA Zoning District

May be permitted in the AR/RSA Zoning District with an SA FLU, subject to a Class A Conditional Use approval.

c.   Storage

All storage areas for agricultural sales and service uses shall be enclosed or completely screened from view. A maximum of five tractor-trailers used for the transport of farm products may be stored outside if they are completely screened from view from adjacent properties and streets.

d.   Grocery Sales

Five percent or 1,000 square feet, whichever is less, of the merchandise sales area use may be devoted to retail grocery sales. Shelves, floor area, counter space and overhead display areas shall be included in the calculation of the grocery sales area. There shall be no exterior signage and no external evidence of the availability of grocery products for sale.

e.   Repair Service

Service of small implements only shall be permitted in an enclosed area that is completely screened from view from adjacent properties and set back a minimum of 25 feet from any side or rear property line. Repair activities shall occur only between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.

7.   Agriculture, Storage
a.   Definition

The storage of equipment or products accessory or incidental to a principal agricultural use.

b.   Storage

1)   Storage of hazardous waste or regulated substances shall comply with Local, State, and Federal regulations.

2)   Outdoor Agriculture Storage shall comply with the following standards:

a)   Urban Service Area

(1)  Setbacks

Outdoor Agriculture Storage shall meet the principal use setbacks of the zoning district in which it is located.

(2)  Screening

Outdoor Agriculture Storage shall be screened from view by a solid fence, wall or building.

b)   Outdoor Agriculture Storage

Outdoor Agriculture Storage is only permitted in the RE, RT, RS, RM, CN, CC and CG Zoning Districts as a Class B Conditional Use.

(1)  Exception

Outdoor Agriculture Storage is not permitted in a PDD with a commercial FLU designation.

3)   Indoor Agricultural Storage shall be permitted in conjunction with a Bona Fide Agriculture use with or without a principal structure. Indoor storage shall be contained within a permanent structure. Agricultural Storage in a mobile home shall not be permitted. Agricultural Storage in a shipping container shall only be permitted in conjunction with a Bona Fide Agriculture use.

a)   AR Zoning District in Urban Service Area (USA)

An enclosed structure shall be set back 100 feet from the front and side street and 50 feet from the side and rear property lines.

b)   All Other Zoning Districts in Urban Service Area (USA)

An enclosed structure shall meet the principal use setbacks of the zoning district in which it is located.

8.   Agriculture, Transshipment
a.   Definition

A facility engaged in the transferring of agricultural products between two modes of transport, such as from a truck to a railroad car or from local vehicles to long-haul trucks.

b.   Zoning District – AGR and AP

1)   Accessory Use

Agricultural Transshipment facilities not exceeding 25,000 square feet shall be permitted as an accessory use.

2)   Setback

A minimum 100-foot setback shall be required along all property lines which are adjacent to an existing residential use, zoning district, or FLU designation as of the effective date of this Code excluding Farm Workers Quarters and Mobile Homes accessory to agriculture.

9.   Aviculture, Hobby Breeder
a.   Definition

The raising and care of birds in captivity.

b.   Lot Size

The minimum lot size shall be as follows:

1)   Two acres: 40-200 birds.

2)   Five acres: 201 or more birds.

c.   Hobby Breeder

1)   AR/USA

The raising of birds as a hobby in the AR/USA shall be permitted subject to the following:

a)   The hobby breeder shall not engage in the sale of more than 24 birds to the public during any consecutive 12-month period;

b)   The hobby breeder shall not provide care for more than 40 birds on a parcel of land at any time;

c)   The minimum lot size of two acres;

d)   Shelters, cages, and accessory structure shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet from all property lines;

e)   Outdoor shelters and cages shall be contained to specific areas on the site and screened from view on all sides by a minimum six-foot-high opaque fence or wall. The fence or wall shall be located within 20 feet of the containment area;

f)    The hobby breeder shall locate birds which excessively screech, chirp, crow, or make loud noises away from residential properties to the maximum extent possible. Birds considered a nuisance by the Sheriff’s Office shall be removed from the site; and,

g)   Care, licensing, registration, and inspections shall be as required by the Animal Care and Control Ordinance and other applicable statutes.

10.  Community Vegetable Garden
a.   Definition

A plot of land used primarily as a vegetable garden which is cultivated and harvested by a group of residents from the surrounding area.

b.   Setbacks

Accessory activities shall maintain a setback of five feet from all property lines adjacent to residential zoning districts. [Ord. 2019-005]

c.   Accessory Structures

1)   Accessory structures shall be limited to 400 square feet.

2)   Accessory structures shall meet the setbacks of the zoning district in which the parcel is located. [Ord. 2019-005]

d.   Parking

Overnight parking shall be prohibited.

e.   Loading

All loading and unloading activities shall be restricted to the site and shall not encroach into any setbacks.

f.    Landscaping

Shall be exempt from Art. 7, Landscaping, when located in the WCRAO or CCRT areas. [Ord. 2019-005]

g.   Storage

Outdoor storage shall be prohibited. Storage of all accessory equipment or products shall be contained within an accessory structure.

h.   Spraying

Aerial application of fertilizer or pesticides shall be prohibited.

11.  Equestrian Arena, Commercial
a.   Definition

An establishment engaged in commercial spectator activities involving equestrian events, but excluding any establishment engaged in gaming, pari-mutual wagering, off-track betting, events or activities held or broadcast for similar purposes.

b.   Tier

1)   Urban/Suburban (U/S)

a)   Lot Size

The minimum lot size shall be five acres.

b)   Frontage

The project in which an equestrian arena is located shall front on and access from Collector or Arterial Street.

c)   Hours of Operation

Outdoor activity shall be limited from hours of 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.

d)   Loudspeakers

Loudspeakers and public address systems shall not be used before 8:00 a.m. or after 8:00 p.m.

2)   Rural, Exurban, Agricultural Reserve (AGR) and Glades

a)   Location

The project in which an equestrian arena is located shall have frontage on a paved street.

b)   Operating Hours

Outdoor activity shall be limited to the hours of 5:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. daily.

c)   Loudspeakers

Loudspeakers and public address systems shall not be used before 8:00 a.m. or after 8:00 p.m.

c.   Setbacks

Riding, spectator viewing areas, and show rings shall not be located within 100 feet of any property line.

d.   Compatibility

Design of the site shall assure no incompatibility with surrounding land uses. When an incompatibility exists, the petitioner shall satisfactorily mitigate the incompatibility prior to receiving Conditional Use or DRO approval.

12.  Farmers Market
a.   Definition

An establishment for the wholesale sale of farm produce.

b.   Approval Process – AR/RSA Zoning District

May be permitted in the AR/RSA district with an SA FLU, subject to a Class A Conditional Use approval.

c.   Frontage

Shall be located on an Arterial Street.

d.   Setback

A Farmers Market shall be set back a minimum of 100 feet from property lines adjacent to a residential use existing as of the effective date of this Code, excluding Farm Workers Quarters and Mobile Homes accessory to agriculture.

e.   Accessory Use

A Produce Stand shall be permitted as an accessory use to a Farmers Market.

13.  Nursery, Retail
a.   Definition

The retail sale of horticultural specialties such as flowers, shrubs, sod, trees, mulch and accessory hardscape materials such as decorative stones intended for ornamental or landscaping purposes.

b.   Frontage

Shall front on and access from a Collector or Arterial Street.

c.   Lot Size

A minimum of one acre is required in a residential zoning district.

d.   Setbacks

All structures and outdoor storage areas shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet from the property line. Shade Houses shall be subject to the requirements pursuant to Art. 4.B.6.C.17, Shade House.

e.   Loading

All loading and unloading of trucks shall occur on the site.

f.    Accessory Uses

An office is permitted as an accessory use, provided it is not a mobile home.

g.   Landscaping

A buffer, pursuant to Art. 7, Landscaping, shall be provided along all property lines except when the growing area is located adjacent to the property line of the site, as follows: [Ord. 2019-039]

1)   R-O-W and Incompatibility Buffer

May be modified when the growing area is 50 feet or more in width, subject to the provision of Art. 4.B.6.13.g.3), Alternative Buffer. [Ord. 2019-039]

2)   Compatibility Buffer

Is exempt where the growing area is adjacent to a parcel of land that has an existing agriculture use pursuant to Art. 4.B.6, Agricultural Uses. [Ord. 2019-039]

3)   Alternative Buffer

a)   A six-foot-high landscape barrier shall be installed within a buffer with a minimum width of ten feet; [Ord. 2019-039]

b)   The landscape barrier shall be satisfied by plant material for sale provided that the plant material is grown in the ground, and spaced at least five feet on center. Plants in container may be used in lieu pf the in-ground planting. Any removed plants shall be replaced, and shall be maintained to ensure there is a continuous visual screen being provided at all times [Ord. 2019-039]

4)   Barbed Wire

The use of barbed wire shall be prohibited.

h.   Storage

Mulch, rock, soil, or similar material shall comply with the outdoor storage standards in Art. 5.B, Accessory Uses and Structures. In residential zoning districts, outdoor bulk storage shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet or the zoning district setback, whichever is greater.

i.    Site Plan

Relocation of structures on a ZC or BCC approved site plan due to SFWMD or ERM requirements may exceed DRO threshold limitations.

j.    Hours of Operation

Operation of commercial vehicles over one ton rated capacity or gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds, including load, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. is prohibited.

k.   Compatibility

The use shall assure that there is no incompatibility with surrounding land uses. When an incompatibility exists, the Property Owner shall satisfactorily mitigate the incompatibility prior to receiving Conditional Use or DRO approval.

l.    Spraying

No aerial application of any pesticides, fungicides, fertilizers or any other chemical shall be allowed.

14.  Nursery, Wholesale
a.   Definition

The wholesale of horticultural specialties such as flowers, shrubs, sod, and trees, mulch and accessory hardscape materials such as decorative stones intended for ornamental or landscaping purposes.

b.   Approval Process

 

Table 4.B.6.C – Residential Districts in the USA

ZAR (1)

≤ 5 ac.

DRO

> 5 ac. < 20 ac.

Class B Conditional Use

≥ 20 ac.

[Ord. 2018-002]

Notes:

1.

If no approved Final Site or Subdivision Plan, the application shall be subject to the Full DRO process.

 

Table 4.B.6.C – AR District in RSA

Permitted

≤ 10 ac.

ZAR (1)

> 10 ac. < 40 ac.

DRO

≥ 40 ac.

[Ord. 2018-002]

Notes:

1.

If no approved Final Site or Subdivision Plan, the application shall be subject to the Full DRO process.

 

1)   All Other Districts

Permitted.

c.   Tier

In addition to the above standards, a Wholesale Nursery in the U/S Tier shall comply with the following standards:

1)   Lot Size

A minimum of one acre.

2)   Setbacks

All structures and outdoor storage areas shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet from the property line. Shade Houses shall be subject to the requirements pursuant to Art. 4.B.6.C.17, Shade House.

3)   Compatibility

The use shall assure that there is no incompatibility with surrounding land uses. When an incompatibility exists, the Property Owner shall satisfactorily mitigate the incompatibility prior to receiving a DO. [Ord. 2018-002]

4)   Spraying

No aerial application of any pesticides, fungicides, fertilizers, or any other chemical shall be allowed.

d.   Zoning District – AR

May be operated in conjunction with a residence.

e.   Accessory Use

1)   A Retail Nursery may be permitted as an accessory use to a Wholesale Nursery in the AGR Tier.

2)   An office is permitted as an accessory use, provided it is not a mobile home.

f.    Parking and Loading

All parking and loading shall occur on site.

g.   Landscaping

A buffer, pursuant to Art. 7, Landscaping, shall be provided along all property lines except when the growing area is located adjacent to the property line of the site, as follows: [Ord. 2019-039]

1)   R-O-W and Incompatibility Buffer

May be modified when the growing area is 50 feet or more in width, subject to the provision of Art. 4.B.6.14.g.3), Alternative Buffer. [Ord. 2019-039]

2)   Compatibility Buffer

Is exempt where the growing area is adjacent to a parcel of land that has an existing agriculture use pursuant to Art. 4.B.6, Agricultural Uses. [Ord. 2019-039]

3)   Alternative Buffer

a)   A six-foot-high landscape barrier shall be installed within a buffer with a minimum width of ten feet. [Ord. 2019-039]

b)   The landscape barrier shall be satisfied by plant material for sale provided that the plant material is grown in the ground, and spaced at least five feet on center. Plants in container may be used in lieu of the in-ground planting. Any removed plants shall be replaced, and shall be maintained to ensure there is a continuous visual screen being provided at all times. [Ord. 2019-039]

4)   Barbed Wire

The use of barbed wire shall be prohibited.

h.   Storage

Outdoor bulk storage of mulch, rock, soil or similar material shall comply with the outdoor storage standards contained in Art. 5.B, Accessory Uses and Structures. Outdoor bulk storage in residential zoning districts shall be set back a minimum of 50 feet or the district setback, whichever is greater.

i.    Hours of Operation

Operation of commercial vehicles over one ton rated capacity or gross vehicle weight of 10,000 pounds, including load, from 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. is prohibited.

j     Limitations of Sales

Sales from a Wholesale Nursery are limited to exporters, distributors, landscape contractors, retailers, or other businesses.

k.   Site Plan

Relocation of structures on a ZC or BCC approved site plan due to SFWMD or ERM requirements may exceed the DRO limitations contained in Art. 2.G.4.G, Development Review Officer (DRO).

15.  Potting Soil Manufacturing
a.   Definition

An establishment engaged in producing potting soil, including the use of incineration.

b.   Approval Process – AR/RSA

May be permitted in the AR/RSA district with an SA FLU, subject to a Class A Conditional Use approval.

c.   Location

The facility shall front on and access from a Collector or Arterial Street.

d.   Setbacks

A minimum of 50 feet from any property line abutting a residential zoning district or use.

e.   Collocated Uses

If a Potting Soil Manufacturing facility includes chipping, mulching, grinding, or air curtain incinerator, adherence to the Supplementary Use Standards applicable to such uses shall also be required.

f.    Storage

Storage of unprocessed material shall be limited to 45 days and pile height of storage material shall be limited to 15 feet. Outdoor storage piles shall be set back a minimum of 25 feet from any property line or 50 feet from any property line abutting a residential zoning district or use. Storage areas shall be screened from view, pursuant to Art. 5.B, Accessory Uses and Structures.

g.   Supplemental Application Requirements

1)   Site Plan

The Site Plan shall illustrate how the operation functions including circulation routes, square footage, height; and location of buildings, equipment, and storage piles.

2)   Dust Control

A plan to address dust control in traffic, storage and processing areas. Dust control measures may include: additional setbacks, full or partial enclosure of chipper or grinder and watering or enclosing mulch piles.

16.  Produce Stand
a.   Definition

An establishment engaged in the retail sale of fruits, vegetables, flowers, containerized house plants and other agricultural food products. The sale of grocery or convenience-type foods or products shall not be permitted, unless stated otherwise herein.

b.   Permanent

1)   Maximum Floor Area

The square footage of the establishment shall include both the structure and all accessory areas devoted to display or storage.

2)   Outdoor Display and Storage

Outdoor storage shall be subject to the provisions in Art. 5.B, Accessory Uses and Structures. Outdoor display of only fresh fruits and vegetables is permitted, along the property's frontage, except within the required setbacks.

3)   Sale of Products

a)   General

Includes sales of agricultural food products such as jelly, jam, honey, and juice. No ZAR process shall be permitted in conjunction with the stand except for seasonal sales. Seasonal sales that require additional storage area may be permitted in accordance with Art. 4.B.11.C.10, Temporary Retail Sales. No vending machines or other similar equipment shall be permitted on site. [Ord. 2018-002] [Ord. 2019-005]

b)   Urban/Suburban Tier

The sale of packaged or canned food products may be permitted, where in compliance with the following:

(1)  The parcel has commercial Future Land Use designation; and

(2)  Sales area is limited to five percent of the total square footage of the structure, or 1,000 square feet, whichever is less.

4)   Building Construction

The Produce Stand shall be contained in either an entirely enclosed or roofed open-air structure. Motor vehicles, including vans, trucks, semi-trucks, mobile homes, travel trailers, and other permanent or temporary structures shall not be used for storage or display purposes.

5)   AR/RSA and AGR Tiers

In addition to the standards above, permanent produce stands shall comply with the following:

a)   Locational Criteria

The structure and accessory area shall be:

(1)  Located on an Arterial designated on the PBC Thoroughfare Plan; and

(2)  Located at least 500 feet from adjacent existing residential uses.

b)   Lot Size

The stand shall be located on a legal lot of record. A minimum of one acre shall be allocated to the exclusive use of the stand and accessory parking area.

c)   Setbacks

The structure and accessory area shall be set back at least 50 feet from the front and side corner property lines. The rear and side interior setbacks shall meet the minimum standards of the zoning district.

d)   Approval

A permanent Produce Stand shall be a permitted use in the AGR and AR, and by a DRO approval through the ZAR Process in the CN, CC, and CG districts. [Ord. 2018-002]

(1)  AR and AGR Zoning Districts

The area devoted to the permanent Produce Stand exceeding 3,000 square feet shall be approved subject to a Class A Conditional Use.

6)   Stands Less than 1,500 Square Feet

In addition to the standards stated above, stands less than 1,500 square feet (including both the structure and all accessory areas devoted to display or storage) shall be subject to the following development standards:

a)   Paving

The surface parking lot may be constructed of shell rock or other similar material. At a minimum, the following areas shall be paved in accordance with Art. 6, Parking, Loading, and Circulation, of this Code:

(1)  A paved driveway apron area, connecting the streets to the site shall be subject to approval by the County Engineer; and

(2)  Handicap parking spaces and handicap access.

7)   Wholesale

Wholesale of produce shall be allowed in the AGR Zoning District only.

c.   Temporary Stands

A temporary stand used for the retail sale of agricultural products not necessarily grown on the site. A temporary Produce Stand shall consist exclusively of fresh unprocessed fruit, vegetables, flowers, and containerized interior houseplants.

1)   Use Limitations

a)   Location Criteria

The stand and accessory area shall be located:

(1)  on an Arterial Street designated on the PBC Thoroughfare Plan;

(2)  a minimum of 100 feet from an Intersection of an Arterial and any other dedicated R-O-W;

(3)  at least 600 feet from any other agricultural stand permitted in accordance with these provisions; if located in a zoning district other than a commercial district;

(4)  at least 500 feet from adjacent residential uses; and,

(5)  located on a legal lot of record no less than one acre in size.

b)   Number

Only one stand shall be permitted on a lot of record.

c)   Approval

Subject to approval of a Temporary Use through the ZAR Process. [Ord. 2018-002]

d)   Setbacks

The stand shall be set back a minimum of 35 feet from the front property line and 50 feet from all other property lines.

e)   Size and Configuration

The stand shall not exceed 300 square feet. The accessory area shall be limited to display, storage and cashier purposes and shall be covered by a removable cantilevered canopy or umbrellas. No outdoor display or storage shall occur outside of the stand, umbrella, or canopy area.

2)   Uses

No on-site food preparation or processing shall be permitted. No vending machines shall be permitted on site. No additional Temporary Uses shall be approved in conjunction with the stand except for seasonal sales. [Ord. 2018-002]

3)   Parking

A minimum of two spaces and additional spaces subject to approval by the Zoning Director.

4)   Special Regulations

a)   Mobility

The stand shall retain its mobility, and have a frame of sufficient strength to withstand being transported by wheels, skids, or hoist.

b)   Building Materials

The stand shall be constructed of durable materials such as but not limited to metal, fiberglass, wood, etc. The structure used for a stand shall be constructed for the sole purpose of selling agricultural products. Semi-truck trailers, Mobile Homes, and other permanent or temporary structures shall not be used as a stand. Motor vehicles, including vans and small trucks may be permitted provided the vehicle is removed from site at the end of each business day. These vehicles shall not be used for permanent or temporary residential purposes.

c)   Refrigeration

Refrigeration shall be contained within the confines of the stand. If a motor vehicle is used for the stand, portable refrigeration may be used if contained as part of a motor vehicle and removed from the site daily.

d)   Signage

Signs shall be limited to two, with a combined maximum sign face area of 32 square feet per side. Signs shall be set back a minimum of five feet from the base building line and have a minimum separation of 100 feet. Banners, pennants, balloons, or flags shall be prohibited.

e)   Existing Stands

All stands with a valid permit in effect on July 11, 1995, and which have been operating continually with a valid Business Tax Receipt since issuance of the valid permit, shall be considered conforming uses. These operations may continue in the configuration as existed on July 11, 1995 in accordance with the laws and Ordinances of PBC, Florida, and as provided herein:

(1)  the enclosed portion of the stand shall not exceed 300 square feet unless provided for below;

(2)  display of products immediately adjacent to the stand, whether or not displayed under an umbrella or canopy, may continue in the same configuration as existed on July 11, 1995;

(3)  the stand shall not sell any products unless permitted in accordance with the uses permitted to be sold in an agricultural stand as set forth in this Subsection, as amended;

(4)  portable refrigeration may be permitted if confined within the 300-square foot stand and all required electrical permits have been obtained;

(5)  the use of vending machines shall not continue; and,

(6)  expansion of existing stands shall not be permitted. Any future expansion of an existing stand shall comply with the regulations of this Section. If an existing stand is expanded, repaired, or altered, the affected area shall comply with the regulations herein.

17.  Shade House
a.   Definition

A temporary screen enclosure used to protect plants from insects, heat, and exposure to the sun.

b.   Permits

A Shade House used for Bona Fide Agriculture purposes less than 12 feet in height shall not be required to obtain a Building Permit.

 

Table 4.B.6.C – Minimum Setbacks 12 Feet or Less In Height

Front and Street

15’

Side and Rear

7.5’

 

Table 4.B.6.C – Minimum Setbacks over 12 Feet in Height

Front and Street

25’

Side and Rear

15’

 

c.   Commercial Greenhouse

Commercial greenhouses having roofs and walls made of rolled plastic or other similar materials, used for the indoor cultivation of plants, including hydroponic farming using water containing dissolved inorganic nutrients, may be permitted in the AGR Zoning Districts, subject to the following:

1)   DRO Approval

Commercial greenhouses that exceed the FAR limitations of FLUE Table 2.2-e.1 of the Plan, or with five or more acres of building coverage must be approved by the DRO. [Ord. 2021-023]

2)   Property Development Regulations

Setbacks for greenhouses in excess of 25 feet in height must be in accordance with Table 3.D.1.A, Property Development Regulations. Setbacks for greenhouses less than 25 feet in height may be reduced by 50 percent. FAR and building coverage may be increased up to a maximum of 0.75 to accommodate commercial greenhouses.

3)   Landscaping and Buffering

Commercial greenhouses are exempt from the interior and foundation planting requirements of Art. 7.C.3, Interior Landscaping. A Type 3 Incompatibility Buffer shall be required along property lines where greenhouses are adjacent to or visible from a public R-O-W or parcels with a civic, conservation, commercial, recreational, or residential FLU designation or use. Buffers shall be a minimum of 25 feet in width for greenhouses up to 25 feet in height, and 50 feet for greenhouses greater than 25 feet in height.

a)   Exceptions

(1)  Visual Screening

Landscape buffer and planting requirements may be waived in areas where it can be demonstrated that greenhouse structures are not visible from the subject property lines or use areas.

(2)  Alternative Planting

Planting requirements may be satisfied by the use of existing native vegetation or the placement of other related plant material, provided that the growing area is at least 25 feet wide and meets the buffering requirements for a Type 3 Incompatibility Buffer.

4)   Parking

All parking and loading shall occur in the designated areas indicated on the Site Plan.

a)   Parking

If vans, buses, or commercial loading vehicles are used for employee transportation, required parking shall be configured to accommodate these vehicles.

b)   Loading

Loading zones shall not be oriented towards residential uses, and shall be set back from property lines a minimum of 250 feet, unless approved as a Type 1 Waiver.

5)   Storage

Only equipment directly related to the facility may be stored on site. All stored equipment must be screened from view from adjacent properties and streets.

6)   Interior Lighting

Greenhouses shall not be illuminated between 9:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. if light is visible from outside of the structure from any adjacent R-O-W, or properties with a residential FLU designation or use.

7)   Accessory Office

An office is permitted as an accessory use, subject to the following and all other applicable requirements:

a)   Less than five acres of commercial greenhouse: 1,000 square feet.

b)   Greater than five acres of commercial greenhouse: 2,000 square feet.

c)   Bathroom facilities shall not be included in the calculation of office square footage.

8)   Signage

Signage for commercial greenhouses shall be limited to one freestanding sign located at the project’s primary entrance.

18.  Stable, Commercial
a.   Definition

An establishment for boarding, breeding, training, or raising of horses not necessarily owned by the owners or operators of the establishment; rental of horses for riding; or, other equestrian activities, excluding uses classified as an Equestrian Arena.

b.   Use Limitations

A Commercial Stable shall be limited to raising, breeding, training, boarding, and grooming of horses, or rental (livery) of horses for riding and instruction.

c.   Overlay – LOSTO

A Commercial Stable with 20 or fewer stalls shall be subject to a DRO approval through the ZAR process. [Ord. 2018-002]

d.   Frontage

The minimum required frontage on a public street to be used from the primary point of access shall be 100 feet, or the minimum standard of the Tier in which the Stable is located, whichever is greater.

e.   Lot Size

A minimum of five acres.

f.    Setbacks

A minimum of 25 feet from any property line, or the minimum setback of the zoning district, whichever is greater.

g.   Collocated Uses

A Commercial Stable may be operated in conjunction with a residence and shall comply with the PBCACC.

19.  Stable, Private
a.   Definition

The breeding, boarding, training, or raising care of horses owned by the occupants or owners of the premises. A Private Stable shall comply with the PBCACC.

b.   Setbacks

1)   Accessory Structure

A Private Stable with 12 stalls or fewer located on a parcel with a Single Family residence shall be considered an accessory structure and shall meet the setback requirements for an accessory structure, or 25 feet, whichever is greater.

2)   Principal Structure

A Private Stable with more than 12 stalls located on a parcel with a Single Family residence, or a vacant parcel, shall be considered a principal structure and shall meet the applicable setback requirements for a principal structure.

c.   Boarding

On sites of at least two acres, boarding for up to four horses not owned by the owner or occupant of the premises shall be permitted.

20.  Sugar Mill or Refinery
a.   Definition

An establishment for the extraction and refining of sugar from agricultural products.

b.   Setback

Shall be set back 300 feet from off-site residentially occupied or zoned property. In the AR Zoning District, a Sugar Mill or Refinery shall be permitted on land in an RR FLU designation as a Class A Conditional Use.


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Section 7         Utility Uses

A.   Utility Use Matrix

 

Table 4.B.7.A – Utility Use Matrix

 

 

Standard Districts

Use Type

Planned Development Districts (PDDs)

Traditional Development Districts (TDDs)

 

AG/CON

Residential

Commercial

IND

INST

PUD

MUPD

PIPD

M

R

TND

TMD

 

Pods

FLU

Pods

H

V

Tier

 

P

A

A

AR

R

R

R

R

C

C

C

C

C

C

URAO

IRO

I

I

P

I

R

C

R

C

A

C

C

C

C

C

I

E

I

I

C

I

P

P

U/S

Exurban/

Rural

U

E

AGR

 

C

G

P

R

U

E

T

S

M

N

L

C

H

G

R

U

U

U

U

U

FLU

L

G

O

P

E

O

E

I

G

L

H

L

H

R

N

D

N

N

O

N

D

D

S

X

 

 

R

 

S

S

 

 

 

 

 

O

 

O

 

E

C

C

C

I

I

C

C

C

C

 

 

 

F

S

M

C

V

R

 

 

O

O

 

D

C

S

D

M

D

 

 

R

N

O

R

N

O

 

R

D

P

 

 

 

 

A

A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

2

3

1

2

L

L

H

H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

T

/

 

/

 

 

E

C

S

E

C

S

 

U

E

R

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

O

 

O

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L

 

G

 

 

S

 

R

S

 

R

 

R

V

E

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E

 

 

E

 

A

 

S

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Supplementary Use

Standards #

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

 

 

C

 

L

 

 

 

Utility Uses (2)

 

-

D

B

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

B

D

D

-

Chipping and Mulching

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

B

-

-

B

-

D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

 

-

D

D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

D

D

D

-

Composting Facility

2

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

P

-

-

P

-

P

-

-

-

-

-

 

 

 

 

-

-

-

 

-

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

P

D

Electric Distribution Substation

3

D

D

-

-

-

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

 

 

-

-

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

A

A

A

A

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

A

A

A

A

Electric Power Plant

4

-

A

-

-

-

-

A

-

A

A

A

-

-

A

A

A

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-