One- and Two-Family Districts

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One- and Two-Family Districts

  1. 1. One- and Two-Family Residential Zoning Districts Agenda Item # 4
  2. 2. Phased Approach • Phase 1: Non-Residential Districts – adopted in September 2012 • Phase 2: Residential Districts – Phase 2A – one- and two-family districts – Phase 2B – multi-family and mixed-use districts • Phase 3: Growth Areas
  3. 3. Residential Districts Create: •“RS Restricted Suburban” Change & Rename: •“A-O Agricultural Open” to “R Rural” •“A-OR Rural Residential Subdivision” to “E Estate” Rename: •“R-1 Single Family Residential” to “GS General Suburban” •“R-3 Townhouse” to “T Townhouse” •“R-2 Duplex” to “D Duplex” •“R-7 Manufactured Home Park” to “MHP Manufactured Home Park” Retire: •“R1-B Single Family Residential”
  4. 4. Residential Districts  R Rural  E Estate  RS Restricted Suburban  GS General Suburban
  5. 5. R RURAL  Intent: For rural character areas and service limitations  A-O being renamed  Average 3 acre lots  Dimensional standards and uses staying the same
  6. 6. E ESTATE  Intent: Low density SF lots allowing rural infrastructure*  A-OR being renamed  Average 1 acre lot size  Clustering option permitted  Reduced dimensional standards  Uses staying the same
  7. 7. RS RESTRICTED SUBURBAN  Intent: Medium Density SF development  New district  Average 10,000 sf lots  Clustering option permitted (average 8,000 sf lots)  Dimensional standards and uses similar to existing R-1  No lot depth required
  8. 8. GS GENERAL SUBURBAN  Intent: High Density SF development  R-1 being renamed  5,000 sf lots  Clustering permitted  Dimensional standards and uses staying the same

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