§ 23-405. Correspondence of zoning districts to comprehensive plan land uses.


Effective on Tuesday, July 7, 2015
  • Within the comprehensive plan there are "future land use classifications" establishing general guidelines for the use and development of land, including the types of uses, intensity of development, and densities to be allowed. The assignment of zoning districts to land shall promote consistency between the future land use and zoning maps as required under section 23-404 and shall be the basis for regulation of land use and development.

    The following table shall be used as a general guide for zoning district assignments for various future land use classifications. However, the zoning district assigned to a property may be more restrictive than the comprehensive plan future land use classification, provided that the zoning designation allows at least one (1) land use category meeting the stated intention of the future land use classification.

    Any future land use classification may be assigned CN (conservation) or R (recreation) zoning.

    TABLE 23-405
    CORRESPONDENCE OF ZONING DISTRICTS TO COMPREHENSIVE PLAN LAND USES

    Comprehensive Plan
    Future Land Use Classification
    Corresponding Zoning Districts
    Note: Any area may be assigned
    CN (conservation) or R (recreation) zoning
    Low Density Residential (LDR) R-1A and R-1B (single-family)
    Medium Density Residential (MDR) R-1B, R-1C (single-family)
    R-2 (two-family, existing and infill areas only)
    High Density Residential (HDR) R-1D (single-family)
    R-2 (two-family, existing and infill areas only)
    R-3 (multi-family, existing and infill areas only)
    Residential Office (RO) PF (professional)
    R-3 (multi-family, existing and infill areas only)
    Regional Activity Center (RAC) C-2 (commercial)
    C-2R (commercial/residential)
    C-3 (highway commercial)
    C-4 (neighborhood commercial)
    C-5 (village center)
    R-3 (residential multi-family, existing and infill areas only)
    Community Activity Center (CAC) C-3 (highway commercial)
    General Commercial (GC) C-2 (commercial)
    C-3 (highway commercial)
    C-4 (neighborhood commercial)
    C-5 (village center)
    PF (professional)
    Neighborhood Activity Center (NAC) C-4 (neighborhood commercial)
    C-5 (village center)
    PF (professional)
    R-1, R-2, R-3 (residential)
    Downtown District (DD) C-1 (commercial)
    C-2R (commercial/residential)
    Limited Commercial-Industrial (LCI) LCI (limited commercial-industrial)
    I-1 (industrial park)
    Industrial (I) I-1 (industrial park)
    I-2 (industrial infill)
    BP (business park)
    PF (professional)
    Business Park (BP)* BP (business park)
    PF (professional)
    C-2 (commercial)
    C-5 (village center)
    Public (PUB) As appropriate
    Conservation (CONS) CN (conservation)
    R (recreation)

     

     

(Ord. No. 2006-24, § 14, 6-6-2006; Ord. No. 2015-04, § 8, 7-7-15)

Notation

 

* C-2 and C-5 zoning designations may be applied to up to 25% of an area designated as BP-Business Park on the Future Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan.