Zoning Dictionary

Category: Open Space/Recreational/Tourism

Amenity Area or Space

The area situated within the boundaries of a residential development site intended for recreational purposes, and may include landscaped areas, patios, private amenity areas, balconies, communal lounges, swimming pools, play areas and similar uses, but does not include any area occupied at grade by a building’s service areas, parking lots, aisles or access driveways. An […]

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Amusement Arcade

A place where three or more coin or token operated machines, devices, contrivances or games are provided for public amusement, but does not include: any machine that provides exclusively musical entertainment, rides, food or drink; premises licensed to serve alcohol under the appropriate statute; the premises of a non-profit organization, association, institution or club which […]

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Amusement Centre

Land, or one (1) or more building or structures, used for amusement oriented uses which may include, but is not limited to, indoor laser tag and paint ball arenas, billiard halls, mini-golf, batting cages, bumper cars, accessory arcades, accessory restaurants, and accessory retail sales.

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Amusement Device

Any device which upon insertion of a coin, slug, token, plate, or disc or the payment of a consideration may be used by the public as a game, entertainment, amusement, test of skill and shall include pool tables, pinball machines, electronic games, fixed kiddie rides, mechanical bulls but shall not include radios or televisions.

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Amusement Game

Any mechanical or electronic device used or designed to be operated for entertainment or as a game by the insertion of a coin or slug or payment of consideration of any type or by any means and shall include the type of mechanical or electronic devices commonly known as “baseball”, “radio”, “target gun or similar […]

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Amusement Machine

Any mechanical or electronic machine or device intended for use as a game, entertainment or amusement offered for use by the public by any person for profit or gain and shall include a pinball machine, video game, shooting gallery or other similar machine or device including an automatic machine or slot machine that dispenses as […]

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Amusement Park

A commercial-recreational establishment where permanent buildings or structures have been erected for the purposes of a circus or carnival or similar exhibition or midway show or sideshow and where one or more of the following classes of amusement of recreation are also provided: mechanically or electrically operated rides; a place of amusement; a restaurant. A […]

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Amusement Ride

A device or a combination of devices designed or intended to entertain and amuse people by physically moving them

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Apartment Hotel

A building or portion of a building used mainly for the purpose of furnishing living quarters for families by the month or more than a month, and not for any period of less than a month, and having at least six suites of rooms...

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Aquaculture

Land devoted to the hatching, raising and breeding of fish or other aquatic plants or animals for sale or personal use. A fish farm.

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