NUMBER OF RESIDENTS RESTRICTIONS IN RESIDENTIAL ZONES [Ord. 9-15-18]
Family: two or more persons residing in a single dwelling unit where all members are related by blood, marriage, adoption up to the second degree of consanguinity, or foster care. The term family does not include any organization or institution group.
Consanguinity: includes husbands and wives; parents and children; grandparents and grandchildren; brothers and sisters; aunts and uncles; nephews and nieces; and first cousins.
Residing: A person is considered as residing in a dwelling unit if he or she stays overnight for more than 30 days within a 90 day period.
AR neighborhood: a property in any Agriculture Residential (AR) zoning district that are in proximity of 10 or more single family dwelling units, not separated by other uses or vacant property.
Owners of any single dwelling unit located in any Single-Family Residential (RS) zoning district or any AR neighborhood cannot have more than two unrelated individuals residing therein, whether or not a family also resides therein. Nor shall any family, as defined, have more than one unrelated individual residing with the family.
The zoning district for individual addresses is available from the Planning Department (706-613-3515).