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(a) In order to regulate and restrict the location and use of buildings, structures, and land for trade, industry, residence, or other purposes, the city is hereby divided into the following districts that provide for a number of forms and uses that are generally compatible with each other. The districts should transition from higher to lower compatibility districts in a way that maintains a neighborhood's context.
RR single-family residential—rural
RS single-family residential—suburban
RT-1 single-family residential—traditional
RCD residential cluster development PUD
RHP single-family residential—historic preservation
MH manufactured residential housing
RD-1 twin home/duplex residential—suburban
RD-2 townhome residential—suburban
RT-2 townhome residential—traditional
RA-1 apartment residential—low density
RA-2 apartment residential—moderate density
RA-3 apartment residential—high density
S-1 general institutional
S-2 institutional campus PUD
C-2 commercial—neighborhood and streetcar
I-1 light industrial
I-2 heavy industrial
PUD planned unit development
Institutional campus PUD (S-2)—see PUD section.
Village PUD—see PUD section.
Downtown PUD—see PUD section.
Pedestrian-oriented PUD—see PUD section.
Residential cluster development (RCD)— see PUD section.
(b) The following districts shall be designated as zoning overlay districts, imposing special regulations on the properties that fall within these overlay districts without abrogating the requirements imposed by the underlying land use district regulations: Airport Influence Overlay.
(1992 Code, App. B, § 15.05.010) (Ord. 42-83, passed 6-27-1983; Ord. 5-88, passed 1-18-1988; Ord. 94-95, passed 7-3-1995; Ord. 9-13, passed 3-19-2013)