Arapahoe County Unincorporated, Colorado

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Zoning for Arapahoe County Unincorporated, CO

Largest Zones in Arapahoe County Unincorporated, CO


    The Zoning Map for the City of Arapahoe County Unincorporated in CO divides the city’s real estate into zones differentiated according to land use and building regulations.

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    What is the Land Use Allocation in Arapahoe County Unincorporated, CO?

    The following table illustrates how land is allocated for various uses within the Arapahoe County Unincorporated, CO as defined by city ordinances.

    Permitted Use TypePermitted Use Sub TypePercentageArea(sq. m)
    Professional services4.13%28321.69
    Eating and drinking establishments4.13%28321.69
    Restricted retail98.28%673435.85
    General retail96.89%663950.44
    Personal services96.89%663950.44
    Schools and universities4.13%28321.69
    Public, quasi-public, and government98.84%677282.17
    Transportation facilities and infrastructure96.76%663039.7
    Communal housing97.83%670375.6
    Two family dwelling3.87%26486.32
    Accessory dwelling unit97.24%666348.93
    Multi family dwelling4.22%28903.73
    Dwellings (unspecified)96.4%660584.59
    Mobile home park96.43%660764.94
    Single family dwelling97.78%670028.89
    Non-retail sales4.11%28194.15
    Automobile related uses4.13%28271.36
    Research and laboratory facilities4.13%28271.36
    Bed & breakfast95.97%657651
    Mills, plants, and other processing facilities3.92%26842.94
    Contractors office4.13%28271.36
    Equipment rental and repair services (excluding automobiles)4.07%27881.3
    Mining and resource extraction96.46%660954.4
    General retail96.88%663848.87
    Storage and warehouses97.75%669793.56
    Parking garage or lot4.02%27571.89
    Agricultural and hunting98.36%674029.3
    Temporary uses97.75%669793.56
    Utility structures98.32%673703.45

    What is Zoning Code?

    Zoning codes have shaped major U.S. cities for over a century, serving as the backbone of urban development by defining the permissible land uses and activities within neighborhoods. Zoning regulations enable cities to exercise control over the use and development of land, establishing clear guidelines for commercial, industrial, residential, and agricultural purposes. Essentially, zoning determines the possibilities and limitations for construction on a property.

    How does Zoning Impact Real Estate Values?

    Zoning plays a pivotal role in the entire lifecycle of a home and significantly influences various stages. Extensive research conducted by Zillow has underscored the importance of zoning regulations, showing their impact on home values. According to Zillow Research, housing markets with stricter land use regulations experienced the highest growth in home values. In fact, the most restrictive metropolitan areas witnessed an average appreciation of 23.4%, more than double that of the least restrictive metros. It's worth noting that zoning regulations are determined locally, and different cities may have varying degrees of restrictiveness. Furthermore, even within a city's zoning system, individual zones can vary in their level of restrictions, including different types of single-family zones. Zoneomics offers the most detailed coverage of zoning data, providing valuable insights for you to integrate and grow your database. These insights encompass permitted land uses, re-zonings, variances, density controls, built form controls, envelopes, housing supply data, employment generation, underutilized parcels, short-term rental permissibility, as well as information on proponents and developers. With Zoneomics, you gain access to an extensive array of zoning-related information to enhance your understanding and decision-making.