Skip to code content (skip section selection)
Compare to:
§ 4.100  DISTRICTS ESTABLISHED.
   In order to regulate and restrict the location of trades and industries and the location of buildings erected, reconstructed, altered or enlarged for specified uses, to regulate and restrict the height and bulk of buildings hereafter erected, reconstructed, altered or enlarged, to protect and preserve places and areas of historical and cultural importance and significance, to regulate and determine the area of yards and other open spaces and to regulate and limit the density of population, the City of Fort Worth is hereby divided into districts that are grouped in classes for convenience of reference as follows.
   (a)   Special purpose districts.
      (1)   Agricultural (“AG”) district;
      (2)   Community facilities (“CF”) district;
      (3)   Manufactured housing (“MH”) district;
      (4)   Floodplain (“O-1”) district; and
      (5)   Floodplain (“O-2”) district.
   (b)   Planned development district. Planned development (“PD”) district.
   (c)   Overlay districts.
      (1)   Conservation (“CD”) overlay district;
      (2)   Historic preservation (“HSE,” “HC,” “DD”) overlay district;
      (3)   Urban design (“DUDD”) overlay district-downtown;
      (4)   Panther island peripheral zone (“PIP”) overlay district;
      (5)   I-35W north corridor (“I-35W”) overlay district;
      (6)   Airport/airfield overlay district; and
      (7)   Conditional use permit.
   (d)   Residential districts.
      (1)   One-family (“A-2.5A”) district;
      (2)   One-family (“A-43”) district;
      (3)   One-family (“A-21”) district;
      (4)   One-family (“A-10”) district;
      (5)   One-family (“A-7.5”) district;
      (6)   One-family (“A-5”) district;
      (7)   One-family restricted (“AR”) district;
      (8)   Two-family (“B”) district;
      (9)   Zero lot line/cluster (“R1”) district;
      (10)   Townhouse/cluster (“R-2”) district;
      (11)   Low density multifamily (“CR”) district;
      (12)   Medium density multifamily (“C”) district;
      (13)   High density multifamily (“D”) district; and
      (14)   Urban residential (“UR”) district.
   (e)   Commercial districts.
      (1)   Neighborhood commercial restricted (“ER”) district;
      (2)   Neighborhood commercial (“E”) district;
      (3)   General commercial restricted (“FR”) district;
      (4)   General commercial (“F”) district;
      (5)   Intensive commercial (“G”) district; and
      (6)   Central business (“H”) district.
   (f)   Industrial districts.
      (1)   Light industrial (“I”) district;
      (2)   Medium industrial (“J”) district; and
      (3)   Heavy industrial (“K”) district.
   (g)   Inactive districts.
      (1)   Multifamily highrise (“DHR1”) district;
      (2)   Multifamily highrise (“DHR2”) district;
      (3)   Planned commercial (“EP”) district;
      (4)   Office midrise (“OM”) district; and
      (5)   Industrial park (“IP”) district.
   (h)   Form-based districts.
      (1)   Low intensity mixed-use (“MU-1”) district;
      (2)   High intensity mixed-use (“MU-2”) district;
      (3)   Panther Island (“PI”) district;
      (4)   Near southside (“NS”) district;
      (5)   Camp Bowie (“CB”) district;
      (6)   Trinity Lakes (“TL”) district;
      (7)   Berry/University (“BU”) district; and
      (8)   Stockyards (“SY”) district.
(Ord. 20159-04-2012, § 1 (Exh. A), passed 4-3-2012; Ord. 22336-08-2016, § 1, passed 8-2- 2016; Ord. 22703-05-2017, § 5, passed 5-2-2017; Ord. 22810-08-2017, § 2, passed 8-1-2017, eff. 9-7-2017; Ord. 23609-03-2019, § 4, passed 3-19-2019; Ord. 23886-10-2019, § 1, passed 10-15-2019, eff. 11-7-2019)