Ever Wonder What Zoning Codes Mean???

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Ever drive by a sign for a parcel of property for sale and wonder what the zoning code means?  Well, here is a list of of some of those zoning codes:

A-1 - Agricultural District

C-1 - Conversation District

R-E - Residential Estate District

R-L -  Residential Low Density District

R-SL - Residential Small Lot Low Density District

R-I - One and Two Family Residence District

R-MD - Residential Medium Density District

R-M - Residential Multi-Family District

PUD-R - Planned Unit Development Residential District

PUD-BPR - Planned Unit Development Business Professional Residential District

PUD-BP - Planned Unit Development Business Professional District

P-1 - Professional Offices

B-1 - Neighborhood Business District

B-2 - General Business District

B-3 - Central Business District

B-4 - Intensive Business District

B-5 - Business District

I-1 - Light Industrial

I-2 - Heavy Industrial District

PUD-I - Planned Unit Development Industrial District

PUD-NC - Planned Unit Development New Communities District

PUD-CC - Planned Unit Development Clear Creek District

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george

Hi, What does INRM* zoning mean?

December 30, 2009 11:50 PM
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Jadie

Whar does it mean zoning M25 in California?

February 17, 2010 04:50 PM
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Punstressak

I suspect that the C stands for ConSERVation, not ConVERSation. And, respecting Mr. Jirasek, there is a uniformity to the codes.  R will always be Residential, for example.  Just combine the two codes: A-R would be agricultural/residential, meaning it is probably farmland, and RC would be Residential Conservation, meaning your home would be restricted to be within whatever conservation codes your city/county/whatever applies to that land.  And in response to Mr. Brennand's question, as I understand it, there is no difference between residential and MODULAR housing zones. This is because a modular home goes on a foundation. MOBILE homes are another critter altogether, and there ARE differences there. DISCLAIMER: this is all gathered from hours of research, web surfing, reading codes online, general knowledge of codes for cities in two different states, prior work for engineering firms, and common sense. I have no real estate training or zoning code training whatsoever.

February 23, 2010 03:40 PM
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Phil S.

I  further suspect that the C stands for Commercial and neither Conservation or Conversation. 

March 06, 2010 11:23 AM
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Mary

Could anyone tell me what RMM-25 means in city zoning codes?  Thanks Mary/Fort Lauderdale

June 30, 2011 12:27 AM
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