Land Use Ordinance, Camilo Aldao, Argentina

City/Town/Village: Municipality of Camilo Aldao
State/Province: Córdoba Province
Country: Argentina
Language: Spanish
Spatial Distinction: Urban
Level of Government: Municipality
Population: 4,895
Population Range: Less than 5000
Policy Type: Legislation and regulation
Link to Policy (PDF): PDF
Year of Adoption: 1996
Food Systems Sector(s): Food acquisition, preparation and consumption; Food production
Policy Keywords: animal nuisance; community garden; decree; environmental health; grazing; land use; livestock; ordinance; public health; taking; vacant lots
Adopting Government Department(s): Municipality of Camilo Aldao
Lead Implementing Entity(s): Executive Department
Support Entity(s): Solidarity Aid Commission
Policy Outcome(s):

This policy allows the city to reclaim, adapt and reuse vacant lots for urban agriculture (into community gardens or hay fields for cows) to prevent environmental degradation of the lots in Camilo Aldao.