The Hess Park Solar Pavilion project is an approximately 25' x 40' shade structure with a solar panel roof, paver floor and open sides, with one side enclosed to allow a syage/screen area that offers wind protection. The structure includes lighting, electric outlets and WIFI acces, and the loar panel rood would generate ~15kW hours of electricity. The pavilion could be connected to the meter at the adjacent County yard or the Schoolhouse Museum. A non-tesla level 2 charging outlet could be installed on the curb and be powered by the solar panels. The property has a land use designation of Public Facilities and the structure is a permitted use with permission by the landowner, which is the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. The project will comply with California Building Codes through the issuance of a Mono County building permit.
The construction and location of limited numbers of new, small facilities or structures, and the installation of small new equipment and facilities in small structures. Subsection (e) identifies structues such as garages and carports, among others, as qualifying structures.