§ 154-04.02  Boundaries and Areas.
   (A)   Zoning map.  The boundaries and areas of these districts are hereby established as indicated by means of lines, symbols and figures expressing distance in feet and otherwise on the zoning map dated September 2, 1952, signed by the Mayor and City Clerk, which accompanies this chapter and is hereby referred to, and adopted as the official zoning map of the City of Yuma, Arizona and ordered filed in the office of the City Clerk of said city.
   (B)   Indicated boundary lines.  The indicated boundary lines are intended generally to follow existing property lines or as may be otherwise indicated on the zoning map. A boundary shown on the zoning map which follows a street, alley, railroad line or other right-of-way shall be construed as following the centerline of the street or railroad right-of-way upon adoption of the zoning change. If subsequent to the establishment of the boundary, the centerline of the right-of-way is moved as a result of its widening or a minor re-alignment, the boundary shall be construed as being moved with the centerline only if the centerline is moved no more than 25 feet. If in conflict with prior or surrounding zoning changes, the Zoning Administrator would be the determining person.
(Ord. O2010-10, passed 2-3-2010)
   (C)   Determination of doubtful lines.  In case of doubt or disagreement concerning the exact location of a district boundary line, the determination shall lie with the Board of Adjustment as herein provided in Article 3.
(Ord. O2010-32, passed 7-7-2010)