The county's land development code allows primary use solar energy systems as a conditional use in several districts and provides development standards, and also features a commercial retrofit ordinance to facilitate grayfield redevelopment.
The city's zoning ordinance addresses solar energy systems and urban agriculture, as well as ghostbox prevention through a land conservation fund; the animal code addresses chickens and beekeeping in the city.
The town's bylaw permits small-scale solar energy systems by right in all districts subject to standards and large-scale systems are permitted by right in the Solar Overlay District and with special permit approval in all other districts.
The land use code includes a view protection overlay district, permits solar energy systems, and authorizes transfer of development rights to preserve agricultural, open space, scenic, and environmental resources.
The county's zoning ordinance permits solar energy systems by right in all zoning districts, subject to standards, and allow renewable energy production facilities as special uses in agricultural, commercial, and industrial districts.
The city's zoning code permits accessory solar energy systems in all districts subject to standards, and allows commercial solar energy systems as a special land use in the general industrial district.