Housing types allowed on agricultural land, serving the agricultural uses of the land.
Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) are backyard cottages up to 1,200 square feet.
Small living unit (up to 500 square feet) created out of a bedroom within an existing single family home.
Small units similar in scale, bulk, and mass to a single-family home.
Small-scale businesses and services within private residences, secondary to the residential use of the site, and compatible with surrounding residential uses.
Small-scale business activities in within private residences, permitted with a use permit.
Allows a mix of residential and commercial uses in commercial areas where urban services, such as sewer and water, are readily available.
Temporary or permanent area for mobile homes.
Development standards that apply to all multi-family rental housing projects.
Facilities that are intended to provide housing opportunities in selected commercial zones for lower-income one- or two-person households that cannot typically afford apartments.
A summary of local and State regulations on all types of small homes.
Allows some limited residential use in underutilized urban industrial areas.
A combining zone to allow housing on commercial- and industrial-zoned land.