Home Occupation signs in the Historic District in the City of Shelbyville shall meet their guidelines for design only.
Any occupation as defined in "Home Occupation" which occurs in the residential dwelling on the farm, plus any occupation conducted in an accessory building in the agricultural zone, provided that the use is clearly an agricultural use only and
any product offered for sale shall be produced on property
operated or owned by the person conducting the home
An establishment which provides accommodations, facilities and services over a continuous period of twenty-four (24) hours or more for observation, diagnosis and care of two (2) or more individuals suffering from illness, injury, deformity or abnormality or from any condition requiring medical services. Convalescent homes and nursing homes are not included.
Those industries whose processing of products result in the emission of any atmospheric pollutant, light flashes or glare, odor, noise or vibration which may be heard and/or felt off the premises, those industries which constitute a fire or explosion hazard, and those industries that require a large amount of water and wastewater treatment for operations. Those industries with negative off-site environmental effects shall be excluded from heavy and light industries.
Those industries whose processing of products results in none of the conditions described for heavy industry. Light industry excludes those industries which are required to obtain a hazardous waste