Zoning Code

Recent Amendments

 

Article 001


Zoning has three aims: (1) to assure orderly community growth and thereby to safeguard the general public welfare; (2) to regulate the use of private property thereby protecting the community against the harmful invasion of buildings and structures; and, (3) to conserve property values.

 

Zoning must be flexible where practicable and should be used to enforce sound land use policies as determined by an appropriate general plan. The zoning regulations in the ordinance must be comprehensive in character. It should be applied to the entire city in a uniform manner. Sporadic or piecemeal zoning should be considered carefully to insure zoning district integrity, complementing the current use of the land and using the land to the best advantage of all uses, blending into a cohesive and functional pattern.

 

Development Standards: Article 008

 

Section 8-1-3 Intent

It is the intent of this Code not to interfere with, abrogate, or annul any easement, covenant or other agreement between parties; provided, however, that where this Code imposes a greater restriction upon the use of buildings, structures or land, the provisions of this Code shall prevail.

 

Section 8-1-4 Consistency

Actions initiated under this Code shall be consistent with the General Plan and with all applicable state and federal laws and regulations as these plans, laws and regulations may provide.

 

Planned Area Development: Article 006

 

Section 708-Commercial Districts

 

Section 708(a) Signs Permitted

No signs shall be erected or maintained in an NC (Neighborhood Convinience), LC (Limited Comercial), or GC (General Commercial) zoning district, except as permitted in this Section, other Sections of this Code, or as permitted pursuant to law is prohibited. These provisions shall be applicable to all commercial districts.

 

 

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