Long Beach California Zoning Map

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

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Long Beach, California Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
C3-A Community Serving Commercial Use Special Incentives
CCA(HL-40) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented Height Limit Overlay
CCA(HR) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA(HR-3) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA(HR-4) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA(HR-45/4) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA(HR-6) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA(HR-7) Community Commercial Automobile Oriented High Rise Overlay
CCA Community Commercial Automobile Oriented
CCN(HR-4) Community Medium Density Multiple Residential Commercial High Rise Overlay
CCN(HR-65/5) Community Medium Density Multiple Residential Commercial High Rise Overlay
CCN Community Medium Density Multiple Residential Commercial
CCP Community Commercial Pedestrian Oriented
CCR Community Moderate Density Multiple Residential Commercial
CHW(HR-45/4) Regional Highway Commercial High Rise Overlay
CHW Regional Highway Commercial
CH Highway Commercial
CNA Neighborhood Commercial Automobile Oriented
CNP(HL) Neighborhood Pedestrian Oriented Commercial Height Limit Overlay
CNP Neighborhood Pedestrian Oriented Commercial
CNR Neighborhood Commercial And Residential
CO(HR) Office Commercial High Rise Overlay
CO(HR-13) Office Commercial High Rise Overlay
CO Office Commercial
CS(H) Commercial Storage Horse Overlay
CS Commercial Storage
I(HL) Institutional Height Limit Overlay
I(HL-25) Institutional Height Limit Overlay
I(HR) Institutional High Rise Overlay
IG General Industrial
IL(H) Light Industrial Horse Overlay
IL Light Industrial
IM(H) Medium Industrial Horse Overlay
IM Medium Industrial
IP Port Related Industrial
I Institutional
MU-1-A Mixed Use Medium Scale Special Use Incentives
MU-2-A Neighborhood Activity Centers Special Use Incentives
MU-3-A Neighborhood Activity Centers Highest Intensity Special Use Incentives
PD-10(1) Planned Development
PD-10(2) Planned Development
PD-10(3) Planned Development
PD-10(4) Planned Development
PD-11(1) Planned Development
PD-11(2) Planned Development
PD-11(3) Planned Development
PD-12(1) Planned Development
PD-12(2) Planned Development
PD-12(3) Planned Development
PD-15(A) Planned Development
PD-15(B) Planned Development
PD-17(1) Planned Development
PD-17(1A) Planned Development
PD-17(2) Planned Development
PD-17(2A) Planned Development
PD-17(3) Planned Development
PD-17(4) Planned Development
PD-18(A) Planned Development
PD-18(B) Planned Development
PD-19 Planned Development
PD-2(1) Planned Development
PD-2(2) Planned Development
PD-2(3) Planned Development
PD-2(4) Planned Development
PD-20 Planned Development
PD-21(1) Planned Development
PD-21(2) Planned Development
PD-21(3) Planned Development
PD-21(4) Planned Development
PD-21(5) Planned Development
PD-22(1) Planned Development
PD-22(11) Planned Development
PD-22(12) Planned Development
PD-22(2) Planned Development
PD-22(3) Planned Development
PD-22(4) Planned Development
PD-22(4A) Planned Development
PD-22(5) Planned Development
PD-22(6) Planned Development
PD-22(7) Planned Development
PD-22(8) Planned Development
PD-22(9) Planned Development
PD-23(1) Planned Development
PD-25(1) Planned Development
PD-25(2B) Planned Development
PD-25(2D) Planned Development
PD-25(2E) Planned Development
PD-26(1) Planned Development
PD-27 Planned Development
PD-30 Planned Development
PD-31(A) Planned Development
PD-31(B) Planned Development
PD-31(C) Planned Development
PD-31(D) Planned Development
PD-32(1)/(M-S) Planned Development Main Street
PD-32(1) Planned Development
PD-32(2) Planned Development
PD-32(3) Planned Development
PD-32(7)/(M-U) Planned Development Mixed Use
PD-32(7) Planned Development
PD-32(8A) Planned Development
PD-32(8B) Planned Development
PD-4(1) Planned Development
PD-4(2) Planned Development
PD-5(1) Planned Development
PD-5(2) Planned Development
PD-6(1) Planned Development
PD-6(10) Planned Development
PD-6(11) Planned Development
PD-6(1A) Planned Development
PD-6(2) Planned Development
PD-6(3) Planned Development
PD-6(4) Planned Development
PD-6(5) Planned Development
PD-6(6) Planned Development
PD-6(7) Planned Development
PD-6(8) Planned Development
PD-6(9) Planned Development
PD-7(1) Planned Development
PD-7(2) Planned Development
PD-7(3) Planned Development
PD-7(4) Planned Development
PD-9(1) Planned Development
PD-9(2) Planned Development
PD-9(3) Planned Development
PD-9(4) Planned Development
PD-9(5) Planned Development
PD-9(6) Planned Development
PR(H) Public Right Of Way Horse Overlay
PR Public Right Of Way
P Park
R-1-L Single Family Residential Large Lot
R-1-M Single Family Residential Moderate Lot
R-1-N(H) Single Family Residential Standard Lot Horse Overlay
R-1-N Single Family Residential Standard Lot
R-1-S Single Family Residential Small Lot
R-1-T Single Family Residential Townhomes
R-2-A Two Family Residential Accessory Second Unit
R-2-I Two Family Residential Intensified Development
R-2-L Two Family Residential Large Lot
R-2-N(H) Two Family Residential Standard Lot Horse Overlay
R-2-N(HL) Two Family Residential Standard Lot Height Limit Overlay
R-2-N(HL-25/2) Two Family Residential Standard Lot Height Limit Overlay
R-2-N Two Family Residential Standard Lot
R-2-S Two Family Residential Small Lot
R-3-4 Low Density Multi Family Residential
R-3-S(HL) Low Density Multi Family Residential Small Lot Height Limit Overlay
R-3-S Low Density Multi Family Residential Small Lot
R-3-T(HL) Multi Family Residential Townhouse Height Limit Overlay
R-3-T Multi Family Residential Townhouse
R-4-M Residential
R-4-N Medium Density Multiple Residential
R-4-R(HL-25) Moderate Density Multiple Residential Height Limit Overlay
R-4-R Moderate Density Multiple Residential
R-4-U Dense Multiple Residential Urban
RMU3-A Residential Mixed Use Special Use Incentives
RMU4-A Residential Mixed Use Higher Density Special Use Incentives
RM Mobile Homes Modular And Manufactured Residential
RP-13 Residential Planned
SP-1-CDR Specific Plan
SP-1-M Specific Plan
SP-1-OS Specific Plan
SP-1-TN Specific Plan
SP-2-CHWR Specific Plan
SP-2-CMW Specific Plan
SP-2-CN Specific Plan
SP-2-DEDROW Specific Plan
SP-2-IND Specific Plan
SP-2-MFR Specific Plan
SP-2-MH Specific Plan
SP-2-MUCC Specific Plan
SP-2-MUM Specific Plan
SP-2-OSR Specific Plan Open Space Recreation
SP-2-PUB Specific Plan
SP-2-ROW Specific Plan
SP-2-SFR Specific Plan
SP-3-AP Specific Plan Administrative Uses
SP-3-BPCAO Specific Plan
SP-3-BP Specific Plan
SP-3-CC Specific Plan Commercial Corridor
SP-3-IC Specific Plan
SP-3-IG Specific Plan General Industrial
SP-3-OS Specific Plan Open Space
SP-3 Specific Plan

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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