Zoning Codes are established to protect adjacent property owners from adverse and incompatible uses, and from encroachments of structures on adjacent properties. Properties within the City are divided into Zoning Districts as shown on the Zoning Map.
The Zoning Code regulations prohibit or soften harsh uses when adjacent to lesser intense uses. In residential districts they prohibit incompatible uses within the district such as unlicensed and inoperable vehicles, limits on home occupations such as no car repair shops, beauty and barber shops, lawnmower repair or retail shops. All of these detract from the residential character of the neighborhood. For more information on how the Zoning Codes affect residential properties click HERE.
The other main aspects of Zoning Code regulations are physical location and size constraints for improvements on a zoning lot. These include setbacks from property lines, maximum land coverage, maximum height, etc. These restrictions benefit neighboring properties by assuring light, ventilation, views and sense of well-being by requiring minimum distances from the property lines and prohibiting over-development of the lot.
In non-residential districts they establish allowable principal, accessory and temporary uses within the district. They set parameters such as setbacks, intensity of use, parking, signs and greenspace.
REVISED SPRINGDALE ZONING CODE & UPDATED SPRINGDALE ZONING MAP
The links below are for the approved revised Springdale Zoning Code and Updated Springdale Zoning Map.
The revised zoning code supersedes Chapter 153, Title XV - Land Usage, of the Springdale, Ohio, Code of Ordinances shown on the American Legal Publishing Corporation’s web site.
The link below is to be used for the Springdale Zoning Code until it can be updated on the American Legal Publishing Corporation’s web site. This update date has not been set.
SPRINGDALE ZONING CODE - Revised 11/16/2016 SPRINGDALE ZONING MAP - Revised 4/2/2016
Development within commercial, industrial, public facilities and proposed residential districts requires the approval of the Planning Commission.
Temporary Signs banners & Fan Inflatable Promotional Balloons
Tent and Sidewalk Sales
Please note that any tent which exceeds 400 s.f. in area requires a Building Permit
The Zoning Code regulates the area, number, type and placement of all signs within the City. For more information consult the Zoning Code or contact the Building Department.
How the Zoning Code Affects Residents of Springdale
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