Alaska Anchorage Zoning Map

The Zoning Map for the City of Anchorage in Alaska divides the city’s real estate into zones differentiated according to land use and building regulations

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Anchorage, Alaska Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
AF Antenna Farm
B-1A SL Local and Neighborhood Business
B-1A Local and Neighborhood Business
B-1B SL Community Business
B-1B Community Business
B-2A Central Busines, Core
B-2B Central Business, Intermediate
B-2C Central Business, Periphery
B-3 SL General Business
B-3 General Business
B-4 SL Rural Business
B-4 Rural Business
CE-B-1A Local and Neighborhood Business
CE-B-3 SL General Business
CE-B-3 General Business
CE-I-1 SL Light Industrial
CE-I-1 Light Industrial
CE-I-2 SL Heavy Industrial
CE-I-2 Heavy Industrial
CE-I-3 SL Rural Industrial
CE-PCD SL Planned Community Development
CE-PCD Planned Community Development
CE-PLI SL Public Lands and Institutions
CE-PLI-p Parks
CE-PLI Public Lands and Institutions
CE-R-1 SL Single-Family Residential
CE-R-10 SL Low-Density Residential, Alpine/Slope
CE-R-10 Low-Density Residential, Alpine/Slope
CE-R-1A SL Single-Family Residential
CE-R-1A Single-Family Residential
CE-R-1 Single-Family Residential
CE-R-2A SL Single- and Two-Family Residential
CE-R-2A Single- and Two-Family Residential
CE-R-2D Two-Family Residential
CE-R-2M SL Mixed Residential
CE-R-2M Mixed Residential
CE-R-3 SL Multifamily Residential
CE-R-3 Multifamily Residential
CE-R-5 SL Suburban Residential with Mobile Homes
CE-R-5A Rural Residential with Mobile Homes
CE-R-5 Suburban Residential with Mobile Homes
CE-R-6 SL Low-Density Residential
CE-R-6 Low-Density Residential
CE-R-7 SL Medium-Density Single-Family Residential
CE-R-7 Medium-Density Single-Family Residential
CE-R-8 Low-Density Residential
CE-R-9 SL Low-Density Residential
CE-R-9 Low-Density Residential
CE-RC SL Rural Commercial
CE-RO SL Residential Office
CE-RO Residential Office
CE-TR Transition
CE-WS Watershed
D-2 Residential Development
GA Girdwood Airport
GC-10 Upper Alyeska Highway Commercial
GC-1 Seward Highway/Alyeska Highway Commercial
GC-2 Girdwood Station/Seward Highway Commercial
GC-3 Old Townsite Commercial/Residential
GC-4 Lower Alyeska Highway Commercial
GC-5 New Townsite South Commercial
GC-6 Crow Creek Road Commercial/Residential
GC-7 Townsite Square Commercial
GC-8 New Townsite North Commercial
GC-9 East Hightower Commercial/Residential
GCR-1 Commercial Recreation (Golf Course/Nordic Ski Cour
GCR-2 Commercial Recreation (Glacier - Winner Creek)
GCR-3 Commercial Recreation (Crow Creek Historic Mine)
GDR Development Reserve
GI-1 Ruane Road Industrial
GI-2 Upper Crow Creek Industrial
GIP-p Girdwood Institutions and Parks
GIP Girdwood Institutions and Parks
GOS SL Girdwood Open Space
GOS Girdwood Open Space
GR-1 Alyeska Highway Mixed Residential
GR-2A Single-Family/Two-Family Residential (Crow Creek R
GR-2 Single-Family/Two-Family Residential
GR-3 Single-Family/Two-Family Residential
GR-4 SL Multiple-Family Residential
GR-4 Multiple-Family Residential
GR-5 Multiple-Family Residential
GRR Recreation Reserve
GRST-1 Original Mountain Base Resort
GRST-2 New Base Resort
GW Girdwood Watershed
I-1 SL Light Industrial
I-1 Light Industrial
I-2 SL Heavy Industrial
I-2 Heavy Industrial
MC Marine Commercial
MI Marine Industrial
PCD Planned Community Development
PLI SL Public Lands and Institutions
PLI-p Parks
PLI Public Lands and Institutions
PR SL Parks and Recreation
PR Parks and Recreation
R-1 SL Single-Family Residential
R-10 SL Low-Density Residential, Alpine/Slope
R-1A SL Single-Family Residential (larger lot)
R-1A Single-Family Residential (larger lot)
R-1 Single-Family Residential
R-2A SL Two-Family Residential (larger lot)
R-2A Two-Family Residential (larger lot)
R-2D Two-Family Residential
R-2M SL Mixed Residential
R-2M Mixed Residential
R-3 SL Mixed Residential
R-3A Residential Mixed-Use
R-3 Mixed Residential
R-4 SL Multifamily Residential
R-4A Multifamily Residential Mixed-Use
R-4 Multifamily Residential
R-5 Low-Density Residential
R-6 SL Low-Density Residential (1 acre)
R-6 Low-Density Residential (1 acre)
R-7 SL Single-Family Residential (20K)
R-7 Single-Family Residential (20K)
R-8 Low-Density Residential (4 acres)
R-9 Low-Density Residential (2 acres)
RO SL Residential Office
RO Residential Office
TA Turnagain Arm
TR Transition
WS Watershed

What is Zoning?

Zoning codes are a century old, and the lifeblood of all major U.S. cities, determining what can be built where and what activities can take place in a neighborhood. Zoning is how cities control the development and use of land. Zoning defines the legally permitted and prohibited uses of a piece of land, determining if plot of land can be used for commercial, industrial, residential or agricultural purposes. Essentially, it determines what can and cannot be built on a property.

Zoning and Real Estate Values

Zoning is the first stage of the home life cycle and a key influence on all other stages. Zillow has identified that zoning regulations are so important that they impact home values. Zillow Research found that home values grew most in markets with the strictest land use regulations. Home values in the most restrictive metropolitan areas grew an average of 23.4%, more than double the home value appreciation in the least restrictive metros. Zoning regulations are determined locally and some cities can have more restrictive regulation systems than others. However, within a city’s zoning system individual zones can be more restrictive and less restrictive, including different single family zones.

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