Open Space Zone O-1

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22E-1 Purpose and Intent

The Open Space Zone is specifically intended to encourage the preservation of a natural environment in an otherwise urban setting; to hold for future generations open space in which plants and animals can be protected and studied; to inhibit erection of unnecessary buildings on a flood plain, on areas of severe slope, areas of fault line and rock slides; to provide suitable areas for recreation and relaxation, and to alleviate stream pollution.


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22E-2 Permitted Uses

  1. Agriculture
  2. Botanical or zoological garden
  3. Cemetery
  4. Conservation areas: botanical or zoological
  5. Fishing ponds; private or public
  6. Golf course, except miniature golf courses
  7. Horse raising, provided conducted in a pasture of at least five (5) acre size and with a maximum density of two (2) horses per acre
  8. Private park, playground or recreation area
  9. Public park, public recreation grounds and associate buildings, but not including privately owned commercial amusement business.
  10. Public Service Buildings
  11. Wildlife sanctuaries

22E-3 Conditional Uses

The following uses shall be permitted only when authorized by a Conditional Use Permit as provided in Chapter 22C of this Zoning Ordinance.

  1. Golf Driving Range in conjunction with a golf course
  2. Main and accessory buildings and uses customarily incidental to any permitted use
  3. Public Utility Substations

22E-4 Site Development Standards

Zone O-1
Minimum lot area 5 acres
Minimum lot width 300 ft
Minimum yard setbacks for structures
  a. Front 30 ft
  b. Side 20 ft each side
  d. Rear 30 ft
Building height
  a. Minimum one story
  b. Maximum 35 ft

22E-5 Sign Regulations

The height, size, and location of the following permitted signs shall be in accordance with the regulations set forth in Chapter 32 of this Zoning Ordinance.

  1. Development
  2. Directional
  3. Flat
  4. Free Standing
  5. Identification and Information
  6. Temporary
  7. Wall


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