Zoning Districts & Regulations
The location and boundaries of the zoning districts established by the Development Code are shown on the Official Zoning Map (PDF). (Tip: Download the map and zoom in to view the zoning district label for individual properties).
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The following tables list the dimensional standards for each zoning district:
- Table 415.030, Residential Dimensional Standards
- Table 415.080, Nonresidential and Mixed-Use Dimensional Standards
- Table 415.140, UPT - Uptown Overlay District Dimensional Standards
Requirements for measuring dimensional standards and exceptions to the dimensional standards are found in Chapter 410, Article III, Measurements and Exceptions.
Properties located in the PUD Overlay District are regulated by development-specific plans. Contact City staff for details on the specific regulations for a property located in one of these districts.
Regardless of whether or not a use is allowed by right or with approval of a special use permit, additional standards may be applicable to that use. Such use-specific standards are identified and cross-referenced in Table 420.040, Table of Allowed Uses, and contained in Chapter 420, Article III, Use-Specific Standards.
Certain development activities require approval of one or more applications identified in Table 405.010, Summary Table of Application Procedures, in accordance with Chapter 405, Administration and Procedures.
Certain development activities and applications are subject to Chapter 425, Development Standards. Development standards include but are not limited to requirements for landscaping, fencing, parking, residential site and building design, mixed-use and nonresidential site and building design, lighting, and signs.
Certain development activities and applications are subject to Chapter 430, Subdivision and Improvement Standards.