“Factory-built housing” is defined by State law. See Government Code Section 19971.
“Family” means the same as “household.”
Family Day Care Homes.
1. “Small family day care home” means a home which provides day care for eight or fewer children, including children under the age of 10 years who reside at the home, as set forth in Health and Safety Code Section 1597.44. The use of a single-family residence as a small family day care home shall be considered a residential use of property and is subject only to those restrictions that apply to other single-family dwellings in the same zone consistent with Health and Safety Code Section 1597.45.
2. “Large family day care home” means a home which provides family day care for up to 14 children, including children under the age of 10 years who reside at the home, as set forth in Health and Safety Code Section 1597.465.
“Farmers’ market, outdoor” consists of a certified California farmers’ market, pursuant to the requirements of Division 17, Chapter 10.5, Article 1 of the Food and Agricultural Code and Title 3, Division 3, Chapter 1, Subchapter 4, Article 6.5 of the California Code of Regulations, or their successor provisions, which is held outdoors.
“Flood elevation, 100-year” means flood hazard areas identified on the FEMA flood insurance rate map which are identified as special flood hazard areas (SFHA). SFHA are defined as the area that will be inundated by the flood event having a one percent chance of being equaled or exceeded in any given year. The one percent annual chance flood is also referred to as the base flood or 100-year flood.
“Floor area” means the total of the gross horizontal areas of all floors, including usable basements and cellars, within the outer surfaces of the exterior walls of buildings, or the centerlines of party walls separating such buildings or portions thereof, but not including any area within the building utilized for off-street parking spaces. If exterior walls exceed 12 inches in thickness, the calculation may be performed using an assumed wall thickness of 12 inches.
“Floor area ratio (FAR)” means the measure of the intensity of nonresidential uses which is the maximum gross floor area of a building permitted on a site divided by the total area of the site, expressed in decimals to one or two places.
Food Sales. Food sales uses include stores that sell food, such as a vegetable and fruit store, bakery, and meat market.
“Frontage” means a front lot line; also the length thereof.