The home occupation must be a secondary use of a dwelling or building accessory to a dwelling; except that a home occupation may not be authorized in a structure accessory to a resource use in a forest or agricultural zone.
Such use shall occupy no more than 30 percent (30%) of the floor area within a dwelling and no more than four hundred (400) square feet within an accessory building.
No materials or mechanical equipment shall be used which will be detrimental to the residential use of the property or adjoining residences because of vibration, noise, dust, smoke, odor, interference with radio or television reception, or waste products outside of the dwelling or enclosure.
No materials or commodities shall be delivered to or from the property which are of such bulk or quantity as to require delivery by a commercial vehicle or a trailer, or the parking of customer’s vehicles in a manner or frequency as to cause disturbance or inconvenience to nearby residents.
No advertising signs shall be allowed with the exception of one non-lighted sign indicating only the name and trade of the property owner as specifically approved by the County. This sign shall not exceed a size of nine ( 9 ) square feet.
No structural alterations shall be allowed to accommodate the home occupation except when otherwise required by law, and then only after the plans for such alterations have been reviewed and approved by the County. Such structural alterations shall not detract from the outward appearance of the building as an accessory structure to a residence.
A home occupation located on high value farm land may employ only residents of the home.
Home Occupation Conditional Use Application must include:
Conditional Use Application Packet 2015
Home occupation findings form
Service Provider Confirmation
Sewage-Building Coordination form