Florida Fort Lauderdale Zoning Map

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

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Fort Lauderdale Florida Zoning Map Districts

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Zone Code Zone Name
ABA ABA - A-1A Beachfront Area District
AIP AIP - Airport Industrial Park District
B-1 B-1 - Boulevard Business
B-2-A B-2-A - County
B-2 B-2 - General Business
B-3 B-3 - Heavy Commercial/Light Industrial Business
C-1 C-1 - County
CB CB - Community Business
CC CC - Commerce Center District
CF-HS CF-HS - Community Facility/House of Worship and School
CF-H CF-H - Community Facility/House of Worship
CF-S CF-S - Community Facility/ School
CF CF - Community Facility
CR CR - Commercial Recreation District
GAA GAA - General Aviation Airport District
H-1 H-1 - Historic Preservation District
I-1 I-1 - County
IOA IOA - Intracoastal Overlook Area District
I I - General Industrial
M-3 M-3 - County
MHP MHP - Mobile Home Park
NBRA NBRA - North Beach Residential Area District
NWRAC-MUe NWRAC-MUe - North West Regional Activity Center-Mixed Use east
NWRAC-MUne NWRAC-MUne - North West Regional Activity Center-Mixed Use northeast
NWRAC-MUw NWRAC-MUw - North West Regional Activity Center-Mixed Use west
O-P O-P - County
PCC PCC - Planned Commerce Center
PEDD PEDD - Port Everglades Development District
PRD PRD - Planned Resort Development District
PUD PUD - Planned Unit Development
P P - Parks Recreation and Open Space
R-1-C R-1-C - County
R-2 R-2 - County
R-4 R-4 - County
R-6 R-6 - County
RAC-AS RAC-AS - Arts and Sciences Districts
RAC-CC RAC-CC - City Center District
RAC-EMU RAC-EMU - Regional Activity Center - East Mixed Use District
RAC-RPO RAC-RPO - Residential and Professional Office District
RAC-SMU RAC-SMU - Regional Activity Center - Southwest Mixed Use District
RAC-UV RAC-UV - Urban Village Districts
RAC-WMU RAC-WMU - Regional Activity Center - West Mixed Use District
RC-15 RC-15 - Residential Single Family and Cluster/Medium Density
RCS-15 RCS-15 - Residential Single Family / Medium Desity
RD-10 RD-10 - County
RD-12.22 RD-12.22 - Irregular Residential
RD-12.2 RD-12.2 - Irregular Residential
RD-15 RD-15 - Residential Single Family and Duplex/Medium Density
RD-5 RD-5 - County
RDS-15 RDS-15 - Residential Single Family / Medium Desity
RM-10 RM-10 - County
RM-12.67 RM-12.67 - Irregular Residential
RM-15 RM-15 - Residential Multifamily Low Rise/Medium Density
RM-16 RM-16 - Irregular Residential
RM-33.5 RM-33.5 - Irregular Residential
RMH-25 RMH-25 - Residential Multifamily High Rise/Medium High Density
RMH-60 RMH-60 - Residential Multifamily High Rise/High Density
RML-25 RML-25 - Residential Multifamily Low Rise/Medium High Density
RMM-25 RMM-25 - Residential Multifamily Mid Rise/ Medium High Density
RMS-15 RMS-15 - Residential Multi-Family / Low Rise / Medium Density
ROA ROA - Limited Residential Office
ROC ROC - Planned Residential Office
RO RO - Residential Office
RS-3.52 RS-3.52 - Irregular Residential
RS-3 RS-3 - County
RS-4.4 RS-4.4 - Residential of Single Family/Low Density
RS-4 RS-4 - County
RS-5 RS-5 - County
RS-6.7 RS-6.7 - Irregular Residential
RS-6.85A RS-6.85A - Irregular Residential
RS-6.85B RS-6.85B - Irregular Residential
RS-8 RS-8 - Residential Single Family/Low Medium Density
S-2 S-2 - County
SBMHA SBMHA - South Beach Marina and Hotel Area District
SLA SLA - Sunrise Lane Area District
SRAC-SAe SRAC-SAe - South Regional Activity Center-South Andrews east
SRAC-SAw SRAC-SAw - South Regional Activity Center-South Andrews west
T-1 T-1 - County
T T - Transportation
U U - Utility
X-B-OR X-B-OR - Exclusive Use Business with Optional Residential
X-G-R X-G-R - Exclusive Use Garage with Required Residential
X-P-R X-P-R - Exclusive Use Parking with Required Residential
X-P X-P - Exclusive Use Parking

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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