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Residential Use Types include the occupancy of dwelling units on a wholly or principally non-transient basis. Residential uses do not include institutional living arrangements involving the provision of a special kind of care or forced residence, such as in nursing homes, orphanages, asylum, and prisons, except as otherwise provided for various community care facilities.

177.1 EMERGENCY SHELTER

The Emergency Shelter Use Type includes boarding or lodging services usually in a dormitory or congregate setting provided by a public or non-profit organization without direct compensation to persons without permanent housing and where the majority of people utilizing such services remain for periods of less than one (1) month. Operations may be seasonal or year round and client services such as counseling, medical evaluation and job/life skills training may be offered in addition to food, showers and sleeping accommodations. (Ord. 2335, 12/14/2004)

177.2 GUEST HOUSE

The Guest House Use Type refers to living quarters within a detached accessory building for the sole use of persons employed on the premises or for temporary use by guests of the occupants of the premises, which living quarters have no kitchen facilities and are not otherwise used as a separate dwelling. (From Section CZ#A313-5(F); Added to INL by Ord. 2205, Sec. 1, 4/11/00)

177.3 MANUFACTURED HOME PARK DEVELOPMENT

The Manufactured Home Park Development Use Type refers to a tract of land where two or more manufactured home lots are rented or leased or held out for rent or lease to accommodate manufactured homes or recreational vehicles used for human habitation. The Manufactured Home Park Development Use Type includes manufactured home development constructed according to the requirements of Part 2.1 (commencing with Section 18200) of Division 13 of the Health and Safety Code. (Reference: Section 65852.7, Government Code.) (From Section CZ#A313-5(E); Added to INL by Ord. 2205, Sec. 1, 4/11/00)

177.4 RESIDENTIAL USES SUBORDINATE TO THE PERMITTED USE

The Residential Uses Subordinate to the Permitted Use Type includes caretaker residences, apartments in back or above a commercial use, and repair and replacement of existing residences. Alterations and minor expansions of existing residences are also permitted if they can be found compatible with adjacent uses. (Former Section INL#314-38(b)(6); Ord. 1801, Sec. 1, 6/30/87)

177.5 ACCESSORY DWELLING UNIT

The Accessory Dwelling Unit Use Type refers to a fully equipped dwelling unit which is located on the same lot as a planned or existing principal dwelling unit for occupancy by individuals or a household. (See Section 314-69.05, Accessory Dwelling Units.) (Former Section CZ#A313-5(J); INL#312-61.1)

177.6 SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL

The Single Family Residential Use Type includes the residential occupancy of a single detached main building by one family on a non-transient basis, except for rental of single family dwellings as vacation homes, where the use would not be otherwise different than the uses allowed to be made of single family dwellings. (See also, Vacation Home Rental). (From Section CZ#A313-5(B); Added to INL by Ord. 2205, Sec. 1, 4/11/00)

177.7 TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

The Transitional Housing Use Type includes boarding or lodging services provided by a public on non-profit organization for the purpose of helping persons find more stable living arrangements where the majority of people utilizing such services remain for periods of less than three (3) months. (Ord. 2335, 12/14/2004; Ord. 2650, § 7, 9/1/2020)