In any district, land which abuts a creek, tributary or drainage ditch, river, or lake shall be subject to the following regulations:
The general setback limitations shall be based on the following minimum distances from the water’s ordinary high water mark:
Twenty-five (25) feet from any drainage ditch.
Fifty (50) feet from any creek or tributary.
Seventy-five (75) feet from any river.
Fifty (50) feet from any lake.
Single family detached dwellings and their accessory uses (except boat houses) shall
be set back according to paragraph 5.10.A.
Camping, outdoor recreation, and other commercial recreation activities (except boat landing facilities and marinas) shall be set back according to paragraph 5.10.A.
Any grading, removal of topsoil, or indiscriminate cutting of live vegetation which will result in soil erosion and sedimentation into the water body shall be prohibited.
Feed lots must be set back a minimum of four hundred (400) feet from the water’s edge.
Mining extraction shall be set back a minimum of three hundred (300) feet from the water’s edge.
All sanitary waste disposal fields and septic tanks must not encroach an area within fifty (50) feet of the water’s edge. The bottom of the tile field must be four (4) feet above the flood plain level.
All buildings and structures related to a commercial or industrial use except water pumping stations or sewage treatment facilities shall be set back in accordance with paragraph 5.10.A.
The outdoor storage of materials when permitted in any district shall be set back in accordance with paragraph 5.10.A.
All other uses not specifically covered in these regulations shall be set back one hundred (100) feet from the water’s edge.