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(A) This chapter establishes the zoning districts applied to property within the city, determines how the zoning districts are applied on the zoning map, and identifies general permitted land uses and development standards for each zoning district.
(B) Zoning Districts established. To classify and separate the uses of land, buildings, and structures for implementing the city zoning chapter, the city is divided into the zoning and overlay districts listed below.
Single Family Residential
Single-Family Residential 8,000
Single-Family Residential 7,000
Single-Family Residential 5,000
Small-Lot Residential 2
Multi-Family Residential 3
Manufactured Home Park
Commercial Districts and Mixed-Use Overlay
Central Business District
Business and Industrial Districts
Planned Area Development District
Planned Area Development
PD, PDR, PRD, PDMR, PDC, PDI, PDBC, PDGC
Airport Approach Zone Overlay
Airport Clear Zone Overlay
Future Development District
Federal Lands District
(B) Map established.
(1) The location and boundaries of the zoning districts established by this code shall be designated upon the official "Zoning Map of the City of Page." The zoning map, together with all data shown on the map and all amendments hereafter adopted, is by reference made a part of this code.
(2) The official zoning map shall be located in and maintained by the Community Development Department and made available for inspection at City Hall.
(a) Any changes to the official zoning map shall be considered an amendment to the official zoning map and filed in accordance with § 152.090.
(b) The official zoning map may, from time to time, be republished to delineate any change of zoning approved pursuant to § 152.090 or any other amendments thereto.
(C) Boundary determination. Where uncertainty exists concerning the boundaries of any zoning district shown on the official zoning map, the following rules shall apply:
(1) Where zoning district boundaries are indicated as approximately following street or alley center lines, such center lines shall be construed to be the district boundary.
(2) Where zoning district boundaries are so indicated that they approximately follow property lines, such property lines shall be construed to be the district boundary.
(3) Where zoning district boundaries divide a lot or parcel, the zoning boundary shall be determined by using the scale of the zoning map, unless indicated by legal description with distance and bearing or other dimension. Such zoning district boundary shall be considered a "lot line" as defined herein. If the area created by such lot line does not comply with the designated district lot area and lot width requirements, zoning for the entire parcel shall be that which is applied to the largest portion of the property.
(4) Where existing development has occurred across zoning lines, zoning for the entire parcel shall be that which is applied to the largest portion of the property.
(5) Where a public street or alley, railroad, or utility right-of-way is officially vacated or abandoned, the property that was formerly in the right-of-way will be included within the zoning district of the adjoining property on either side of the centerline of the vacated or abandoned right-of-way or easement.
(Ord. 648-18, passed 11-28-2018)