Received 11/18/15 Clerk-Treasurer email Auburn in 46706 ordinance no. 2015-15 an ordinance to amend portions of chapter 150 of title XV: land usage of the auburn city code


R-E DISTRICT - SINGLE-FAMILY ESTATE/LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT



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150.229 R-E DISTRICT - SINGLE-FAMILY ESTATE/LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


  1. PURPOSE

The R-E Single-Family Estate/Large Lot Residential District is intended to establish and preserve low-density, large-lot (two (2) acres or more) single-family residential developments free from other land uses except those which are compatible with and convenient to the residents of such a district. Mobile homes, as defined, are strictly prohibited in an R-E District.

  1. PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES

    1. Single-family dwellings and detached accessory buildings.

    2. Home occupations, A gainful occupation or profession conducted entirely within a dwelling and carried on only by an occupant or an occupant's family residing in that dwelling, provided that non-residential use is only incidental to the primary use. Occupations can be located on any floor level and shall not exceed an area equivalent to 25% of ground floor area of structure, occupational use shall be carried out indoors in principal building, shall be no exterior evidence of the occupation except for a small announcement sign in accordance with sign regulations specified in 150.410 et seq.

    3. Home workshop/business, A gainful occupation or profession conducted entirely within a dwelling, or in an accessory building, located on the same lot, parcel, or tract of land as the dwelling, and carried on by an occupant or an occupant's family residing in that dwelling and by no more than two employees, associates or partners who are not members of the family, which use is clearly incidental and secondary to the use as a dwelling.

    4. Park, playground or community center, owned and operated by a local community association for subdivisions or neighborhoods.

    5. Bed and Breakfast

  2. OTHER CUSTOMARY ACCESSORY USES AND BUILDINGS

    1. Private stables

The minimum area upon which one horse or pony may be kept is four acres, and one additional horse or pony may be kept for each 40,000 square feet by which the lot exceeds four acres. Private stables shall not be closer to any adjoining lot line than 200 feet.

    1. Cattle, horses, swine, sheep, goats, poultry and rabbits may be kept on a non-commercial basis when adequately housed and fenced on a parcel of land not less than ten acres in area, except when in pasturage.

      1. They shall not be kept within 700 feet of the lot line of a non-agricultural structure.

    2. Agricultural crop production, no products shall be publicly displayed or offered for sale from the roads except those grown upon the land abutting the road.

    3. All farm buildings not occupied by farm animals shall be located no closer than 50 feet to any lot line.

    4. No storage or use of manure or odor- or dust-producing materials shall be permitted within 100 feet of any adjoining lot line.

    5. Temporary buildings for uses incidental to construction work; the buildings shall be removed upon the completion or abandonment of the construction work.

    6. The storage of not more than one unoccupied trailer coach upon each lot. However, the coach shall be completely enclosed in a structure on which the lot or parcel is located. For additional supplementary uses permitted, including accessory buildings, attention is directed to 150.311.

    7. Swimming pool, provided that if the water depth is forty-two (42) inches or greater it is enclosed by an animal-proof fence not less than four feet in height, or protected by a railing or deck system around the perimeter of the pool’s top edge in which the pool wall and the rail or deck system are at least four (4) feet in height has locking gates restricting access and the perimeter around the outside pool walls are kept clear of all objects which could serve as a climbing apparatus with which to gain entrance to the pool. They must be constructed and maintained in agreement with all County and State Board of Health laws.

    8. Living quarters for extended family members as long as the living quarters does not more than two bedrooms and the total area of the accessary building cannot exceed 800sq.ft.



150.230 R-1 DISTRICT - SINGLE-FAMILY URBAN/LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


  1. PURPOSE

The R-1 Single-Family Low Density Residential District is intended to establish and preserve an urban yet low density (One-Half (1/2) acre to Two (2) acres or more), single-family home neighborhoods free from other land uses except those which are compatible with and convenient to the residents of such a district. Mobile homes, as defined, are strictly prohibited in an R-1 District.

  1. PERMITTED PRINCIPAL USES

    1. Single-family dwellings and detached accessory buildings.

    2. Home occupations

A gainful occupation or profession conducted entirely within a dwelling and carried on only by an occupant or an occupant's family residing in that dwelling, provided that non-residential use is only incidental to the primary use. Occupations can be located on any floor level and shall not exceed an area equivalent to 25% of ground floor area of structure, occupational use shall be carried out indoors in principal building, shall be no exterior evidence of the occupation except for a small announcement sign in accordance with sign regulations specified in 150.410 et seq.

    1. Home workshop/business

A gainful occupation or profession conducted entirely within a dwelling, or in an accessory building, located on the same lot, parcel, or tract of land as the dwelling, and carried on by an occupant or an occupant's family residing in that dwelling and by no more than two employees, associates or partners who are not members of the family, which use is clearly incidental and secondary to the use as a dwelling.

    1. Park, playground or community center, owned and operated by a local community association for subdivisions or neighborhoods.

    2. Temporary buildings for uses incidental to construction work; the buildings shall be removed upon the completion or abandonment of the construction work.

    3. The storage of not more than one unoccupied trailer coach upon each lot. However, the coach shall be completely enclosed in a structure or parked in a rear yard in conformity with the yard requirements for the zoning district in which the lot or parcel is located. For additional supplementary uses permitted, including accessory buildings, attention is directed to 150.311.

    4. Swimming pool, provided that if the water depth is forty-two (42) inches or greater it is enclosed by an animal-proof fence not less than four feet in height, or protected by a railing or deck system around the perimeter of the pool’s top edge in which the pool wall and the rail or deck system are at least four (4) feet in height has locking gates restricting access and the perimeter around the outside pool walls are kept clear of all objects which could serve as a climbing apparatus with which to gain entrance to the pool. They must be constructed and maintained in agreement with all County and State Board of Health laws.





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