The proposed project is request for a Use Permit to erect a 250-foot long, solid-wood replacement fence, 8 feet in height along the front property line, approximately 29 feet from the road centerline of Armstrong Woods Rd., on a 9.90-acre commercial parcel. The proposed use is consistent with the Sonoma County General Plan and Sonoma County Zoning Code. The project parcel is within the Recreation and Visitor-Serving Commercial land use designation in the Sonoma County General Plan, which encourages a compatible blend of recreation and tourist-commercial uses to maintain and enhance Sonoma County’s recreational resources. The project site is developed with an existing fence, multiple mobile homes and Recreational Vehicles (RVs). The K (Recreational and Visitor-Serving Commercial) Zoning District allows for fences above 3 feet in height within front-yard setback areas with a Use Permit (Zoning Code Section 26-88-030(a)). A small portion of the southwest corner of the parcel is within the Floodplain and Riparian Corridor Combining Districts however, the proposed replacement fence is located over 130 feet west of Fife Creek on the opposite side of Armstrong Woods Rd. No native riparian vegetation is proposed to be removed as part of installation of the replacement fence. The property is also located within the Scenic Resources and Highway 116 Local Guidelines Combining Districts. Pursuant to Sec 26-64-030(a), development within the Scenic Corridor setback is prohibited unless it involves reconstruction or minor expansion of existing structures. The property is within the Highway 116 Scenic Corridor Study boundary, but not visible from Highway 116. Therefore, the proposed replacement fence is exempt from Highway 116 Local Area Guidelines in Sec. 26-90-070 Sonoma County Code and the design review provisions in Article 82.