Oceanside California Zoning Map

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

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Oceanside, California Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
A-EQ Agriculture Equestrian Overlay
A Agriculture
C1 Neighborhood Commercial
C2 General Commercial
CC-SP Community Commercial Scenic Park Overlay
CC Community Commercial
CG-PBD-1 General Commercial Planned Block Development Overlay 1
CG-PBD-2 General Commercial Planned Block Development Overlay 2
CG-PBD-3 General Commercial Planned Block Development Overlay 3
CG-PBD-4 General Commercial Planned Block Development Overlay 4
CG-PBD General Commercial Planned Block Development Overlay
CG General Commercial
CL-MP-1 Limited Commercial Master Plan Overlay 1
CL-SP-EQ Limited Commercial Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
CL Limited Commercial
CN-MP-4-84 Neighborhood Commercial Master Plan Overlay
CN-SP-EQ Neighborhood Commercial Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
CN Neighborhood Commercial
CP Commercial Professional
CR Commercial Recreation
CS-HO-H Special Commercial Highway Oriented And Historic Overlay
CS-HO Special Commercial Highway Oriented
CS-L-H Special Commercial Limited And Historic Overlay
CS-L Special Commercial Limited
CV Visitor Commercial
D-10 Downtown 10
D-11 Downtown 11
D-12 Downtown 12
D-13 Downtown 13
D-14 Downtown 14
D-15 Downtown 15
D-1A Downtown 1A
D-1 Downtown 1
D-2 Downtown 2
D-3 Downtown 3
D-4A Downtown 4A
D-4B Downtown 4B
D-5A Downtown 5A
D-5 Downtown 5
D-6A Downtown 6A
D-6B Downtown 6B
D-6C Downtown 6C
D-7A Downtown 7A
D-7B Downtown 7B
D-8A Downtown 8A
D-8B Downtown 8B
D-9 Downtown 9
H Harbor District
IG-MP-5-86 General Industrial And Master Plan Overlay
IG General Industrial
IL-MP-3-82 Limited Industrial And Master Plan Overlay
IL Limited Industrial
M1 Light Industrial
OP Office Professional
OS-H Open Space And Historic Overlay
OS-MP-1 Open Space And Master Plan Overlay 1
OS-MP Open Space And Master Plan Overlay
OS-SP-EQ Open Space Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
OS-SP Open Space And Scenic Park Overlay
OS Open Space
O Open Space
PD-1-(C) Planned Development 1
PD-1-(IL) Planned Development 1 And Limited Industrial
PD-1-(OS) Planned Development 1 And Open Space
PD-1-(RES) Planned Development 1
PD-10 Planned Development 10
PD-11 Planned Development 11
PD-12 Planned Development 12
PD-13 Planned Development 13
PD-14 Planned Development 14
PD-15 Planned Development 15
PD-17 Planned Development 17
PD-18-H Planned Development 18 And Historic Overlay
PD-19-H Planned Development 19 And Historic Overlay
PD-1 Planned Development 1
PD-20 Planned Development 20
PD-21-SP-EQ Planned Development 21 Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
PD-22 Planned Development 22
PD-23-H Planned Development 23 And Historic Overlay
PD-25 Planned Development 25
PD-26 Planned Development 26
PD-27 Planned Development 27
PD-28-SP Planned Development 28 And Scenic Park Overlay
PD-29 Planned Development 29
PD-2 Planned Development 2
PD-3 Planned Development 3
PD-4 Planned Development 4
PD-5 Planned Development 5
PD-6 Planned Development 6
PD-7 Planned Development 7
PD-8 Planned Development 8
PD-9 Planned Development 9
PRD Planned Development Residential
PS-H Public And Semipublic Historic Overlay
PS-SP Public And Semipublic Scenic Park Overlay
PS Public And Semipublic
PUT Public Utility And Transportation
R-1 Single Family Residential
R-3 Medium Density Residential
RE-A-MP-1 Residential Estate 0.5 To 0.9 Units Per Acre And Master Plan Overlay 1
RE-A Residential Estate 0.5 To 0.9 Units Per Acre
RE-B-EQ Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre And Equestrian Overlay
RE-B-HD Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre And High Density
RE-B-MP-1 Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre And Master Plan Overlay 1
RE-B-SP-EQ Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
RE-B-SP Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre And Scenic Park Overlay
RE-B Residential Estate 1 To 3.5 Units Per Acre
RH-U High Density Residential 29 To 43 Units Per Acre
RH High Density Residential 21 To 28.9 Units Per Acre
RM-A-EQ Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre And Equestrian Overlay
RM-A-H Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre And Historic Overlay
RM-A-MP-1 Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre And Master Plan Overlay
RM-A-SMH Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre And Senior Mobile Home Park Overlay
RM-A-SP-EQ Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
RM-A-SP Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre And Scenic Park Overlay
RM-A Medium Density Residential 6 To 9.9 Units Per Acre
RM-B-H Medium Density Residential 10 To 15 Units Per Acre And Historic Overlay
RM-B-SP-EQ Medium Density Residential 10 To 15 Units Per Acre Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
RM-B-SP Medium Density Residential 10 To 15 Units Per Acre And Scenic Park Overlay
RM-B Medium Density Residential 10 To 15 Units Per Acre
RM-C-H Medium Density Residential 15.1 To 20.9 Units Per Acre And Historic Overlay
RM-C Medium Density Residential 15.1 To 20.9 Units Per Acre
RS-EQ Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre And Equestrian Overlay
RS-HD Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre And High Density
RS-H Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre And Historic Overlay
RS-MP-1 Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre And Master Plan Overlay 1
RS-SP-EQ Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre Scenic Park And Equestrian Overlay
RS-SP Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre And Scenic Park Overlay
RS Single Family Residential 3.6 To 5.9 Units Per Acre
RT Residential Tourist
SP-1-09-(C-HOT) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(C-OB) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(C-VIL) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(CIV) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(HAB) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(OS) Scenic Park Overlay And Open Space
SP-1-09-(PR) Scenic Park Overlay
SP-1-09-(RS) Scenic Park Overlay And Single Family Residential
SP-1-84-(IL) Scenic Park Overlay And Limited Industrial
VC Visitor Commercial

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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