Zoning Districts & Regulations
The primary purpose of zoning is to ensure that adjacent land uses are compatible with one another. Zoning helps bring about orderly growth and change, controls population density and helps create attractive, healthy communities. It also helps assure property owners and residents that the characteristics (and property values) of nearby areas will remain stable.
Refer to the City’s Zoning Map (PDF) to verify a property’s zoning designation.
Each zoning district listed below has specific regulations for that district listing the permitted uses and development standards such as height, setbacks, lot size, and density:
- "NU" Non-Urban District
- "SR1"/"SR2" Single-Family Residential Districts
- "MR" Multiple-Family Residential District
- "CB" Community Business District
- "OP" Office and Research Park District
- "LI" Light Industrial District
- "PA" Public Activity District
- "HC" Highway Commercial District
- "BP" Business Park District
- Downtown Lakefront Redevelopment Overlay District
- "PR" Planned Residential and "PD" Planned Development Districts - Properties located in these two zoning districts are regulated by individual plans which are approved for each development. Contact City staff for details on the specific regulations for a property located in one of these districts.
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