Are bees allowed? Yes, in A Agricultural District and with Special Use Permit in HI Heavy Industrial District. Excerpts below. Code also located at URL below. See Additional Notes.
ARTICLE 5/AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT (A) *Section 2. PRINCIPAL USES PERMITTED. Only the following uses and structures shall be permitted in the (A) District: 2.1 Agriculture including the raising of crops, horticultural uses, animal husbandry, poultry husbandry, but excluding commercial auction yards and barns and commercial feedlots;
ARTICLE 12/HEAVY INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (HI)
Section 4. SPECIAL EXCEPTION USES AND STRUCTURES. The following uses and structures may be permitted in the (H-I) District subject to provisions of Articles 17 and 21 of this ordinance and with the approval of the Board of Adjustment: 4.1 Agricultural farming and the usual agricultural and farming buildings and structures, including the residences of the owners or their tenants;
If a nuisance was called: A neighbor could call a Zoning violation if applicable. If the nuisance definition was met, a neighbor could have a valid complaint. For bee keepers with a special use permit, neighbor would have input before permit was approved.
Additional notes: TITLE VI – COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENT CHAPTER 5 – ZONING CODE
Article 4 Districts Section 5. ANNEXED TERRITORY. All territory which may hereafter be annexed to the city shall be in the Agricultural District.
Contact: Barb Mack
Department: Community Development
Title: Community Development Director