Corona California Zoning Map

The Zoning Map for the City of Corona in California divides the city’s real estate into zones based on land use and building regulations.

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Quick Stats: Corona’s Most Common Zones

Agricultural - A


11.32% Land Coverage

3,259 Area

Light Manufacturing - M1


10.31% Land Coverage

2,969 Area

Open Space - OS


9.74% Land Coverage

2,803 Area

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Corona, California Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
A-14.4 Agricultural 14400 Square Feet Minimum Lot
A/HD Agricultural Hillside Development
ACDD Automotive Commercial Development District
A Agricultural
BL1-O Block 1 Overlay Lincoln Business Center
BL1 Block 1 Lincoln Business Center
BL2 Block 2 Lincoln Business Center
BL3 Block 3 Lincoln Business Center
BLK1 Block 1 Main Street South
BLK2 Block 2 Main Street South
BLK3 Block 3 Main Street South
BLK4 Block 4 Main Street South
BLK5 Block 5 Main Street South
BLK6 Block 6 Main Street South
BP Business Park
C2 Restricted Commercial
C3 Restricted Commercial
CC Commercial Center
CO/BP Commercial Office Business Park Flex
CP Professional And Office
CR Commercial Retail District
CS Community Services
C Commercial
DB Downtown Basin
D Downtown
EC Entertainment Commercial
ER1 Estate Residential Block 1
ER2 Estate Residential Block 2
ER Estate Residential
E Estate
FC Flood Control
FS Fire Station
GB1 Gateway Business 1
GB Gateway Business
GC General Commercial
GOLF Golf Course
HDR16 High Density Residential 16 Dwelling Units Per Acre
HDR21 High Density Residential 21 Dwelling Units Per Acre
HDR22 High Density Residential 22 Dwelling Units Per Acre
HDR23 High Density Residential 23 Dwelling Units Per Acre
HDR High Density Residential
HER Hillside Estate Residential
ICDD Industrial Commercial Development District
IP Industrial Park
I Industrial District
LCI Limited Commercial Industrial
LDR-72 Low Density Residential 7200 Square Feet Minimum Lot
LDR1 Low Density Residential 1
LDR2 Low Density Residential 2
LDR Low Density Residential
LI Light Industrial
LMDR Low Medium Density Residential
LM Low Density Residential
L Low Density Residential
M1 Light Manufacturing
M2/O General Manufacturing Oil
M2 General Manufacturing
M3 Heavy Manufacturing
M4 Industrial Park
MDR10 Medium Density Residential 10 Dwelling Units Per Acre
MDR12 Medium Density Residential 12 Dwelling Units Per Acre
MDR13 Medium Density Residential 13 Dwelling Units Per Acre
MDR7 Medium Density Residential 7 Dwelling Units Per Acre
MDR8 Medium Density Residential 8 Dwelling Units Per Acre
MDR Medium Density Residential
MF1 Multi Family Residential 1
MF2 Multi Family Residential 2
MF4 Multi Family Residential 4
MFR Multi Family Residential
MHDR Medium High Density Residential
MH Mobile Home
MI Medium Industrial
MP Mobile Home Park
MSI Medium Service Industrial
MU Mixed Use
MWD Metropolitan Water District Easement
NC Neighborhood Commercial
OP Office Park
OS/N Open Space Natural
OS Open Space
PCD Planned Community Development
P Park
QP Quasi Public
R-G Multiple Dwelling Zones
R/R Railroad
R1-12 Single Family Residential 12000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-14.4 Single Family Residential 14400 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-20 Single Family Residential 20000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-7.2 Single Family Residential 7200 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-8.4 Single Family Residential 8400 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-9.6 Single Family Residential 9600 Square Feet Minimum Lot
R1-A1/HD Single Family Residential 1 Acre Minimum Hillside
R1A/HD Single Family Residential 1 Acre Minimum Hillside
R1A Single Family Residential 1 Acre Minimum
R1 Single Family Residential
R2 Low Density Multiple Family Residential
R3 Multiple Family Residential
RE-35 Residential Estate 35
RE Residential Estate
RO Residential Office
RR Resort Residential
R Residential
SCF Support Commercial Freeway
SCI Support Commercial Industrial
SCR Senior Citizen Residential
SC Support Commercial
SF1 Single Family Block 1
SF2 Single Family Block 2
SF3 Single Family Block 3
SFA Single Family Attached
SFC Single Family Condominium
SFD Single Family Detached Residential
SFR-5 Single Family 5000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR-6 Single Family 6000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR-7 Single Family 7000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR-84 Single Family 8400 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR-9.6 Single Family 9600 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR-9 Single Family 9000 Square Feet Minimum Lot
SFR Single Family Residential
SF Single Family
SRSC Subregional Shopping Center
S School
TC Transitional Commercial District
TR Transitional Retail District
UDR Urban Density Residential District
U Utility
WF Water Facility
WWTP Wastewater Treatment Plant
W Water

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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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