Woodbridge New Jersey Zoning Map

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

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Woodbridge, New Jersey Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
AAV Avenel Arts Village
B-1 (ARA) Neighborhood Business Zone (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
B-1 (SS) Neighborhood Business Zone (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
B-1 Neighborhood Business Zone
B-2/P Central Business/Parking
B-2 Central Business
B-3 Highway Business
B-4 Planned Commercial
BHR Blair-Homestead Redevelopment
BOR Blair Road-Omar Avenue Redevelopment Zone
BUC Buckeye Redevelopment Area
CEM Cemetery
CMR Cedar Meadows Redevelopment Zone
CR Crossroads Redevelopment Zone
CTR Cooper Towers Rehabilitation
DA1 Downtown Area 1
DA3 Downtown Area 3
EBR-MR Edgerton Blvd Redevelopment - Mid Rise Apartment District
EBR-T Edgerton Blvd Redevelopment - Townhouse District
ER EPEC Redevelopment Zone
H-PR Hess-Port Reading Redevelopment Area
H-WB Hess-Woodbridge Redevelopment Area
HR Hopelawn Redevelopment Zone
HST/1 Hart Street Redevelopment Zone - Area 1
HVR Hopelawn VFW Rehabilitation Area
IAV2 Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan Area 2 Zone
IAV Inman Avenue Rehabilitation Plan Zone
JLR Jacobs Landing Rehabilitation Zone
K3 Keasbey Phase III Redevelopment Zone
K4 Keasbey Phase 4 Redevelopment Zone
K5 Keasbey Phase 5 Redevelopment Zone
K7 Keasby 7: Weldon Redevelopment Zone
K8 Tilcon Redevelopment Zone
K9 Bayshore Redevelopment Zone
KGP King Georges Post Road Redevelopment Zone
M-1 (ARA) Light Industrial (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
M-1 (SS) Light Industrial (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
M-1/MF Light Industrial/Multi Family
M-1/SR Light Industrial/Salvage Recycling
M-1 Light Industrial
M-2 Heavy Industrial
M1 Light Industrial
MF Multi-Family
MWAS Metropark Wood Ave. S
MW Marine Waterfront
NBA-C New Brunswick Avenue Commercial Rehabilitation
NBA-R New Brunswick Avenue Residential Rehabilitation
OR Office Research
OSC/R Open Space Conservation/Resiliency Zone
OT Olsen Towers Rehabilitation Area
OWCD One Woodbridge Center Drive Rehabilitation Area
PQP Open Space Conservation/Public Quasi Public
PQ Paddock Street West
PRA1 Port Reading Avenue - Area 1 Redevelopment Zone
PRA2 Port Reading Avenue - Area 2 Redevelopment Zone
PRA3 Port Reading Avenue - Area 3 Redevelopment Zone
PR Pennval Road Redevelopment Zone
PSEG PSEG Redevelopment Area
QCR Quincy Court Redevelopment
R-10 (R) Medium Density Single Family (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-10 Medium Density Single Family
R-15 Medium Density Single Family
R-4 (R) High Density Single Family (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
R-40 (R) Low Density Single Family (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-40 Low Density Single Family
R-4 High Density Single Family
R-5 (R) High Density Single Family (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-5 High Density Single Family
R-6 (ARA)(SS) High Density Single Family (Avenel Rehabilitation Area) (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-6 (ARA) High Density Single Family (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
R-6 (SS) High Density Single Family (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-6/2F (R) High Density Single Family/Two Family (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
R-6/2F High Density Single Family/Two Family
R-6/OC High Density Single Family/Office Conversion
R-6 High Density Single Family
R-7.5 (R) High Density Single Family (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R-7.5/OC High Density Single Family Residential/Office Conversion
R-7.5 High Density Single Family
R1A15 Route 1 - Area 15 Redevelopment Zone
R1A16 Route 1 - Area 16 Redevelopment Zone
R1A18 Route 1 - Area 18 Redevelopment Zone
R1A19 Route 1-Area 19
R1A1 Route 1 - Area 1 Redevelopment Zone
R1A20 Route 1 Area 20
R1A2 Route 1 - Area 2 Redevelopment Zone
R1A7 Route 1 - Area 7 Redevelopment Zone
R1R (R) Route 1 Redevelopment (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
R1R Route 1 Redevelopment
R27A1 Route 27 - Area 1 Redevelopment Zone
R27A4 (R) Route 27 - Area 4 Redevelopment Zone (Scattered Sites Redevelopment Area)
R27A4 Route 27 - Area 4 Redevelopment Zone
R27A5 Route 27 - Area 5 Redevelopment Zone
R27A6 Route 27 - Area 6 Redevelopment Zone
R27RA7 Route 27 Area 7 Redevelopment Zone
RANS Rahway Avenue Nielson Street Redevelopment Zone
REM MS-Residential/Educational/Mixed Use Rehabilitation Zone
RES MS-Residential Rehabilitation Zone
RO Red Oak Redevelopment Area
RRA (R) Rahway/Randolph Avenues Redevelopment Area (Avenel Rehabilitation Area)
RSM MS-Residential/Mixed Use Rehabilitation Zone
RTM MS-Retail/Mixed Use Rehabilitation Zone
SCH 2/16 School 2/16 Rehabilitation Zone
SCR Senior Citizen Multi-Family
SOR Silver Oaks Redevelopment Plan Zone
WR White Rose Redevelopment Area

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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