ARTICLE 12: A 1 AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT

 

 

The intent of the Agricultural District shall be to recognize the use of agricultural land for purposes of farming and other agricultural practices and preserving the use of this land primarily for such purposes.

 

Section 1. Permitted Principal Uses.

 

The following principal uses are permitted in the Agriculture A-1 District.

1.1             Agricultural operations, and the usual agricultural and farm buildings and structures, including the residences of the owners and their families and any tenants and employees who are engaged in agricultural operations on the premises.

 

A.              All use of farm chemicals, including application of pesticides and herbicides, shall be governed by State Agencies and applicants using restricted-use pesticides shall be required to be certified as required by law.

 

B.               Livestock operations having up to seven hundred fifty (750) animal units are considered a farm and are permitted by right provided other requirements in this district are met and submission of a no-fee, registration permit to the Zoning Administrator.

 

C. Mobile homes are permitted only when the land is used or intended to be used only for agricultural operations. All mobile homes require a special one (1) year permit which must be renewed annually and which shall be subject to the conditions of the permit.

 

1.2             Utility substation, pumping station, water reservoir and telephone exchange.

 

1.3             Fire Station.

 

1.4             Public parks and recreation areas, playgrounds, community centers, forest and conservation areas, private non-commercial recreation areas including country clubs, swimming pool and golf courses but not including commercial miniature golf, golf driving ranges, motorized cart tracks.

 

1.5             Private kennels and facilities for the raising of dogs and cats provided that all buildings and facilities be at least 100 feet from the property line and 300 feet from any Residential R-1 District or neighboring residence.

 

1.6             Roadside stands offering agricultural products for sale on the premises.

 

1.7             Public and private riding academies provided that no stable, building or structure in which horses or other animals are kept may be kept closer than 300 feet from any Residential R-1 District.

 

Section 2. Conditional Uses.

 

2.1             Single-family dwellings by Residential Use Permit, provided the Intensity of Use (1 unit per 80 acres) and all other requirements of this district are met. In no case are single-family dwellings permitted on tracts without frontage on and access to an improved road unless by a conditional use permit. Such tracts include those that have frontage on a minimum maintenance or undeveloped primitive road. The Conditional Use Permit may include the cost of improving the road as a condition of the permit.

 

2.2             Bed and breakfast residence.

 

2.3             Privately owned parks, playgrounds, golf courses, dude ranches, or other outdoor recreational areas such as campgrounds, youth camps, gun clubs, and archery, trap and skeet ranges. All uses requiring buildings or structures shall conform to the floodplain regulations.

 

2.4             Privately owned cabins subject to the flood plain regulations and subdivision regulations.

 

2.5             Development of natural resources and the extraction of raw materials such as rock, gravel, sand, etc., including gas and oil extraction and exploration, and subject to the requirements of the Supplementary District Regulations.

 

2.6             Publicly owned and operated buildings and facilities such as community centers, auditoriums, libraries, museums.

 

2.7             Radio and television towers and transmitters.

 

2.8             Airports.

 

2.9             Cemetery.

 

2.10          Community sewage disposal facilities.

 

2.11          Church, seminary and convent.

 

2.12          Public and parochial school; college.

 

2.13          Hospital, sanitarium, nursing home, and retirement home.

 

2.14          Sanitary landfill siting or expansion conducted in a manner and method approved by the Board of County Commissioners, provided said landfill is not closer than 1,000 feet to a municipal well and/or one mile to any village or city limits or any subdivision, addition or residence platted as of the effective date of this resolution.

 

2.15          Lawn and Garden Nurseries.

 

2.16          Seed and feed sales, machine repair shop, livestock equipment construction and sales, as a secondary occupation in conjunction with an agricultural operation and be operated on the premises. These secondary occupations shall be used only as supplementary income to the farming operation and shall not become the primary income source of the agricultural operation. There shall not be any advertising other than a one (1) square foot sign located at least one (1) foot from the right-of-way at the entrance to the property.

 

2.17          Commercial Kennels and facilities for the raising, breeding and boarding of dogs and other small animals, including exotic, non-farm and non-domestic animals.

 

2.18          The spreading or stockpiling of sludge, by-products from manufacturing or any processing plant, and/or paunch manure on agricultural land by municipalities or operations inside or outside of the county.

 

2.19          Livestock Feeding Operations, subject to the license requirements, waste disposal requirements and recommendations of the State of Nebraska and the Land Use specifications in the Stanton County Comprehensive Plan.

 

The following minimum sanitation and odor practices, and those imposed by the Planning Commission in considering the health, safety, and general welfare of the public, including such items as property values, dust, lighting, disposal of waste and dead livestock. The Conditional Use Permit shall be approved by the Stanton County Planning Commission The Conditional Use Permit shall be recommended by the Stanton County Planning Commission and approved by the County Commissioners after public notice has been given and public hearing conducted as required by law. Amended February 2000.

 

A. Livestock Feeding Operations (LFO) will be categorized either as Environmentally Controlled Housing (ECH) Operations or Open Lot Operations. LFOs having more than one type feeding operation at one location shall be categorized according to the operation which constitutes the majority of the total operation. Each operation type shall be classified in one of five levels according to total number of animal units (A.U.) in the operation at any one time. Levels will include 751-2,000 animal units, 2,001-3,500 animal units, 3,501-5,000 animal units, 5,001-8,000 animal units, and 8,001+ animal units.

 

NOTE: Livestock Operations of 750 A.U. and under are considered a farm as defined in these Regulations and do not require a Conditional Use Permit, see Section 1.1,B hereof.

 

All LFOs shall require a Conditional Use Permit and shall be located no less than at a distance from existing farm residences, non-farm residences, other residences not on an owner's property, or existing LFOs in any affected Zoning District as shown in Table 2, LFO Spacing and Distance, and hereafter described:

 

(1) LFO having 751 to 2,000 animal units shall locate at the following distances:

 

(a) ECH operations shall locate 1,320 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence

or other residence not on the owner's property; 1,320 feet from any LFO in the same level (751-2,000); 1,980 feet from a LFO of 2,001-3,500 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 3,501-5,000 animal units; 3,960 feet from a LFO having 5,001-8,000; and 5,280 feet from those LFOs with over 8,000 animal units.

 

(b) Open lot operations shall locate 1,320 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from a LFO having 751-5,000 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 5,001 to 8,000 animal units; and 5,280 feet from a LFO having more than 8,000 animal units.

 

(2) LFOs having 2,001 to 3,500 animal units shall locate at the following distances:

 

(a)              ECH operations shall locate 1,980 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, from a LFO having up to 3,500 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 3,501-5,000 animal units; 3,960 feet from a LFO having 5,001-8,000; and 5,280 feet from those LFOs with over 8,000 animal units.

 

(b) Open lot operations at this level shall locate 1,320 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from a LFO having 751-5,000 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 5,001 to 8,000 animal units; and 5,280 feet from a LFO having more than 8,000 animal units.

 

(3) LFOs having 3,501-5,000 animal units shall locate at the following distances:

 

(a)              ECH operations shall locate 2,640 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, from a LFO having up to 5,000 animal units; 3,960 feet from a LFO having 5,001-8,000; and 6,600 feet from those LFOs with over 8,000 animal units.

 

(b) Open lot operations at this level shall locate 1,320 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from a LFO having 751-5,000 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 5,001 to 8,000 animal units; and 6,600 feet from a LFO having more than 8,000 animal units.

 

(4) LFOs having 5,001-8,000 animal units shall locate at the following distances:

 

(a)              ECH operations shall locate 3,960 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, from a LFO having up to 8,000 animal units and 7,920 feet from those LFOs with over 8,000 animal units.

 

(b) Open lot operations at this level shall locate 2,640 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from a LFO having up to 8,000 animal units; and 7,920 feet from a LFO having more than 8,000 animal units.

 

(5) LFOs having more than 8,000 animal units shall locate 5,280 feet from any livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from another LFO having up to 3,500 A.U.; 6,600 feet from LFOs having 3,501-5,000 A.U.; 7,920 feet from LFOs having 5,001-8,000 A.U.; and 10,560 feet from LFOs over 8,000 A.U.

 

(6) The distance requirements for levels (1) through (4) may be decreased or waived by a waiver signed by all of the property owners within the distances specified in Table 1 and/or Table 2, as applicable. The property owners shall sign a waiver on a form provided by the County Zoning Administrator which consent shall be acknowledged before a Notary Public and filed in the office of the Stanton County Register of Deeds. The waiver, when filed, shall be evidence of the property owner's consent to the decrease and/or waiver of the required spacing distances as set forth in Table 1 and/or Table 2 and described hereof.

 

(7) LFOs shall locate at least one (1) mile from a platted residential area.

 

B.               Formal Complaint: Amended February 2000 Any Livestock Feeding Operation (LFO) or any other owner who has been granted a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) shall be subject to a review thereof upon a formal complaint being filed with the Zoning Administrator by any person who may be affected by the granting of a CUP.

 

The formal complaint process shall follow the following procedures:

 

(1) A complainant shall file a written complaint with the Zoning Administrator. The complaint shall be on a form provided by the Zoning Administrator and shall list the name and address of the complainant, the name and address of the holder of the CUP, the nature of the complaint, and the requested relief the complainant seeks. The complaint shall be accompanied by a filing fee of one hundred dollars ($100.00)

 

(2) Within three (3) days of the receipt of a complaint as set forth in subparagraph (1) above, the Zoning Administrator shall send a copy of the complaint to the holder of the CUP by certified mail, return receipt requested, and notify the holder of the CUP that he/she or it has seven (7) days to respond in writing to the Zoning Administrator concerning the allegations contained in the complaint.

 

(3) Upon receipt of the holder of the CUP's response to the complaint, the Zoning Administrator shall send a copy of the response to the complainant by certified mail, return receipt requested. In addition, the Zoning Administrator shall schedule an informal meeting with the complainant and the holder of the CUP within seven (7) days of the Zoning Administrator's receipt of the holder of the CUP's response. Notice of the informal meeting shall be sent to the complainant and the holder of the CUP by certified mail, return receipt requested. The time and date of the meeting may be changed by mutual agreement of the complainant, holder of the CUP, and the Zoning Administrator, but in no event shall the meeting be continued more than seven (7) days beyond the time originally set by the Zoning Administrator. Either time complainant or the holder of the CUP may be represented at the informal meeting by his/her or it's attorney. The purpose of the meeting is for the complainant and holder of the CUP to attempt to resolve the nature of the complaint, with the assistance of the Zoning Administrator. If the matter of the complaint is resolved, the Zoning Administrator shall reduce the agreement to writing and the same shall be signed by the complainant and the holder of the CUP. The agreement shall be kept on file with the Zoning Administrator and shall become a part of the holder of the CUP's Conditional Use Permit.

 

(4) If the complainant and the holder of the CUP are unable to resolve the nature of the complaint as set forth in subparagraph (3) above, or if the holder of the CUP fails or refuses to either respond in writing to the Zoning Administrator or to attend the informal meeting as provided in subparagraph (3) above, the complaint shall be referred to the Planning Commission and County Board for action. The Planning Commission and the County Board shall give notice as required by law and conduct a public hearing on the complaint. The purpose of the hearing will be to identify and quantify the complaint and to impose solution(s) to the problem or add additional conditions to the holder of the CUP's Conditional Use Permit. If, after the public hearing and the approval and adoption of the solution(s) or additional conditions to the CUP by the Planning Commission recommendation and/or County Board, the holder of the CUP fails or refuses to comply with the same or fails or refuses to comply with any regulations set forth by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), the holder's CUP may be revoked by the Planning Commission after the Planning Commission and County Board shall have given notice as required by law and conducted a second public hearing on the revocation of the CUP.

 

(5) If the complainant shall fail or refuse to attend the informal meeting with the holder of the CUP and the Zoning Administrator, the complaint shall be dismissed.

 

(6)             The Zoning Administrator or County Board Member, notwithstanding the provisions of the foregoing complaint process, shall retain the right to file complaints on his or her own behalf as Zoning Administrator or County Board Member for any violation of a holder's CUP or a violation of any rules or regulations of the DEQ or any other state agency having jurisdiction over the subject matter of the CUP. Any complaint filed by the Zoning Administrator or County Board Member in his or her own capacity as Zoning Administrator or County Board Member shall not be subject to the payment of the $100.00 complaint filing fee, but shall be otherwise subject to the same procedures as outlined in subparagraphs (1) through (4). Amended April 16, 2001.

 

(7)             All documentation concerning all complaints filed under this section, whether dismissed or otherwise, and all associated matters shall be kept on file in the office of the Zoning Administrator. In addition, all such documentation shall constitute a public record and subject to inspection and review by the public.

 

C. Conditional Use Permits shall be approved recommended by the Planning Commission and approved by the County Board based upon a proposed site plan, analysis of soil suitability for lagoons and septic tank absorption fields of the site(s), and conditions or requirements pending approval of application for a proposed operation and waste disposal plan from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) or any other applicable State Agency. Site and soil analysis may require Planning Commission and County Board to utilize qualified/specialized agencies. The applicant shall file a copy of his/her Operation and Maintenance Plan and Manure Management Plan as filed with the DEQ with the Zoning Administrator, and shall also file a copy of all approved DEQ plans and permits with the Zoning Administrator within ten (10) days after they are either filed with or issued by the DEQ.

 

D. An annual manure management plan shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator which shall follow the "best possible management practices" in order to protect the environment, as well as the health, safety and general welfare of the public and their property values. Such plan shall require the applicant to notify land owners within 1,320 feet (1/4 mile) of each manure spreading site, and any such other conditions as either by DEQ or, the Planning Commission or County Board shall require.

 

E. If Stockpiling of animal waste is part of the manure management plan, the waste shall be maintained in an area at least one (1) mile from a platted residential area and at the respective distance from a neighbors dwelling as outlined in Section 2.19,A(1-5) and in Table 2 of this Article.

 

F. All ground surfaces within outside livestock pens shall be maintained to insure proper drainage of animal waste and storm or surface runoff in such a manner as to minimize manure from being carried into any roadway ditch, drainage area or onto a neighbor's property.

 

G.              In no event shall any manure storage unit or system be constructed in a Floodway or Flood Plain (as delineated on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Floodway and Flood Plain map as adopted by Stanton County) or where the bottom of the unit or system is either in contact with or below the existing water table where the unit or system is to be constructed. Application of manure in a designated Floodway and flooded areas of standing water shall be prohibited.

 

H.              Groundwater tests from monitoring wells as required by DEQ or any other applicable state or federal agency at or near the livestock operation shall be taken at least annually and all results of testing shall be submitted to the Zoning Administrator either by direct copy of the results from the testing lab or submitted immediately upon receipt by the applicant. The date or dates of testing and location of the monitoring well(s) may be included in the condition by the Planning Commission or County Board. Utilization of DEQ, NRCS and/or NRD testing shall be sufficient. Amended February 2000.

 

2.20          The application of manure in Stanton County by any livestock feeding operation (LFO as defined in these regulations) from outside the county shall require a Conditional Use Permit. The application of manure in Stanton County by any livestock feeding operation (LFO as defined in these regulations) from outside the county shall require a Conditional Use Permit. The application of manure in Stanton County by any livestock feeding operation (LFO as defined in these regulations) from inside the county for land not included in a manure management plan will require a Conditional Use Permit. A One Time Application permit to apply manure from outside and inside the county may be written by the Zoning Administrator and all other regulations and conditions on manure application shall apply. One Time Application permit will have a $25.00 fee. Amended September 17, 2001

 

Section 3. Accessory Uses.

 

The following accessory buildings and uses are permitted in the A-1 District.

 

3. 1           Buildings and uses customarily incidental to the permitted and conditional uses.

 

3. 2           Home Occupation: Amended April 16, 2001

The following operation characteristics and requirements must also be satisfied in order to qualify as a home occupation use:

A.              Is wholly carried on in a dwelling unit or other accessory building to a dwelling unit. Does not involve more than 35% of the total floor area of the residence and 50% of the combined floor area of any attached or detached accessory buildings.

 

B.               On a conditional use permit approval basis the Home Occupation Use may occupy up to 80% of the combined floor area of any attached or detached accessory building.

 

C.               There shall be no change to the external appearance and residential character of the land or buildings involved (all aspects of the use, including storage, must be confined within the principal residence or accessory building).

 

D.              Signs to advertise the same shall not exceed two square feet in area, shall not be illuminated and shall be placed flat against the main wall of the building.

 

E.               No person shall be engaged in such home occupation other than a member or members of the family occupying such dwelling unit as his residence.

 

F.               Non-resident employees shall only be permitted on a conditional use permit approval basis.

 

G.              No equipment or processing shall be allowed that creates visual or audible interference in any radio or television receivers off the premises (including line voltage, fluctuations); or, creates obtrusive noise, vibration, smoke, heat, glare, fumes, dust, odors, emissions or electrical interference detectable to the normal senses off the premises.

 

I.                 The home occupation activity shall not involve dangerous, toxic or hazardous chemicals or products on site, which require specialized handling, licensing and/or disposal in accordance with State or Federal regulations.

 

J.                The home occupation located in R-1 and M-1 districts shall not involve the parking or storage of tractor trailers, semi-trucks or heavy equipment such as construction equipment used in a business.

 

K.              Adult entertainment businesses, vehicle body repair, vehicle painting, vehicle repair, or dismantling of vehicles are not allowed as home occupations.

3. 3           Temporary buildings and uses incidental to construction work which shall be removed upon the completion or abandonment of the construction work.

 

Section 4. Height and Lot Requirements and Intensity of Use. Amended January 2002

 

The height and minimum lot requirements shall be as follows, except as provided in Article 19.

 

4.1             Minimum Lot Area:

 

A.              Single family dwellings - Five (5) acres at a density of no more than one (1) residence per eighty (80) acres except as herein exempted or on non-conforming lots of record.

 

B.               Mobile homes shall not be permitted except on agricultural operations of Eighty (80) acres or greater.

 

C.               Seasonal dwellings - 10,000 square feet.

 

D.              All other permitted and special uses - No minimum except for setbacks and sanitation requirements, or as designated in a Conditional Use Permit.

 

4.2             Exemptions:

 

A.              More than one (1) dwelling or mobile home may be permitted on an agricultural operation provided the residence is an accessory use to an agricultural operation and under the same ownership as the existing dwelling(s) or mobile home(s).

 

B.               Existing Farmsteads with single-family dwellings at the time of adoption of these regulations may be located on lots no less than five (5) acres provided that the lot is a lot of record or, is subdivided from a Eighty (80) Acre Tract, as defined within these regulations, and is platted in accordance with the Subdivision Regulations and provided further that the lot complies with all of the following conditions:

 

(1)             The lot created shall not be less than five (5) acres in area.

(2)             The lot has frontage on and direct access to an improved street or county road.

(3)             The lot contains soil suitable for a septic system.

(4)             The lot is not within a designated 100 year flood plain or floodway.

(5)             The lot is not within a Eighty (80) Acre Tract which contains an existing dwelling or another recorded buildable lot. Should the lot be located within two (2) Eighty (80) Acre Tracts, the plat or lot split certificate shall designate from which Eighty (80) Acre Tract the lot is being removed.

(6)             The Eighty (80) Acre Tract shall be owned by all those requesting the subdivision.

 

Upon approval of the exemption further divisions of land for residential use within the eighty (80) acres in which the dwelling is to be located shall not be permitted.

 

5.3             Minimum Lot Widths, Set Backs, Yards, and Maximum Heights.

 

A. Minimum lot widths shall be as follows:

Single Family Dwellings .................................................... 75 feet

Seasonal Family Dwellings ................................................. 50 feet

Other Permitted Uses ....................................................... 100 feet

B. Minimum set backs shall be as follows, except that no permitted structure shall be less than one hundred (100) feet from the centerline of a County road:

Single Family Dwellings .................................................... 50 feet

Seasonal Family Dwellings ................................................. 35 feet

Other Permitted Uses ......................................................... 50 feet

C. Minimum side and rear yards shall be as follows:

Single Family Dwellings ......................... Side/15 feet, Rear/35 feet

Seasonal Family Dwellings...................... Side/10 feet, Rear/25 feet

Other Permitted Uses............................... Side/25 feet, Rear/30 feet

 

D. Maximum Heights of structures shall be as follows:

Single Family Dwellings .................................. 2 Stories or 35 feet

Seasonal Family Dwellings................................ 2 Stories or 35 feet

Other Permitted Uses........................................ 3 Stories or 45 feet

 

Section 5. Supplementary Regulations.

 

5.1             All existing and future Environmentally Controlled Housing and Open Lot Operations of any size shall require a registration permit. In addition, all new or expanded Livestock Feeding Operations of over 750 animal units shall require a Conditional Use Permit as subject to in Section 2.19 and Table 2 of this Article.

 

A.              Livestock Operations having 750 A.U. or less shall locate no closer than at the following distances:

 

(1)             ECH operations shall locate 1,320 feet from another livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence or other residence not on the owner's property; 1,320 feet from a LFO having 751-2,000 animal units; 1,980 feet from a LFO of 2,001-3,500 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 3,501-5,000 animal units; 3,960 feet from a LFO having 5,001-8,000; and 5,280 feet from those LFOs with over 8,000 animal units.

 

(2) Open lot operations shall locate 1,320 feet from another livestock operation of 750 animal units or less, non-farm residence, other residence not on the owner's property, and from a LFO having 751-5,000 animal units; 2,640 feet from a LFO having 5,001 to 8,000 animal units; and 5,280 feet from a LFO having more than 8,000 animal units.

 

B.               Livestock Operations having 750 A.U. or less that exceed density levels as defined in these Regulations shall be classified as an LFO of 751-2,000 A.U. and shall require a Conditional Use Permit as subject to in Section 2.19 and Table 2 of this Article.

 

5.2             New non-Farm residences shall require a residential use permit and be located no less than at the following distances and those shown in Table 1, Non-farm Residence Spacing and Distance, from an existing LFO based upon the type of operation.

 

A. New non-Farm residences shall not locate any closer than 2,640 feet from a ECH operation under 2,000 animal units, 3,960 feet from a ECH of 2,001-3,500 animal units, 5,280 feet from a ECH operation having 3,501-5,000 animal units, 7,920 feet from a ECH of 5,001-8,000 animal units, and 10,560 feet from ECH operations of more than 8,000 animal units.

 

B. New non-Farm residences shall not located any closer than 2,640 feet from an open lot operation under 5,000 animal units, 5,280 feet from an open lot of 5,001-8,000 animal units, and 10,560 feet from an open lot operation of more than 8,000 animal units.

 

 


 

TABLE 1

NON-FARM RESIDENCE SPACING AND DISTANCE

(Distances given in miles)

 

 

 

SIZE OF EXISTING LFO IN A.U.

 

 

 

750

 

751-2000

 

2001-3500

 

3501-5000

 

5001-8000

 

8000+

 

 

 

ECH

 

OPEN

 

ECH

 

OPEN

 

ECH

 

OPEN

 

ECH

 

OPEN

 

ECH

 

OPEN

 

ECH

 

OPEN

New Non-farm Residence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

1

 

1

 

2

 

2

 

ECH = Environmentally Controlled Housing Operations

OPEN = Open Lot Operations

 

 

TABLE 2

LFO SPACING AND DISTANCE

(Distances given in miles)

 

Non-Farm Residence and existing FLOs in Any Affected District

 

Size of Proposed
LFO in A.U.

 

Non-farm or Other Residence

 

750

 

751-2000

 

2001-3500

 

3501-5000

 

5001-8000

 

8001+

 

750

 

ECH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

751-2000

 

ECH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

2001-3500

 

ECH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

3501-5000

 

ECH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

5001-8000

 

ECH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

8001+

 

ECH

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

2

 

 

OPEN

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

1

 

2

 

ECH = Environmentally Controlled Housing Operations

OPEN = Open Lot Operations

 

 

Stanton County Zoning Regulations-1998