The city's zoning ordinance permits solar farms by right and includes multiple types of policy-driven off-street parking requirements; the city's animal code addresses the keeping of chickens and honeybees within the city.
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.