Zones & Districts
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2-1 Establishment of Zones
For the purpose of this Ordinance, the Territory of Weber County to which this Ordinance applies is divided into thirty-two (32) classes of zones as follows:
- Residential Estates Zone RE-15
- Residential Estates Zone RE-20
- Gravel Zone G
- Agricultural Zone A-1
- Agricultural Zone A-2
- Agricultural Zone A-3
- Agricultural Valley Zone AV-3
- Forestry Zone F-5
- Forestry Zone F 10
- Forestry Zone F-40
- Forest Valley Zone FV-3
- Shoreline Zone S-1
- Commercial Valley Resort Recreation Zone CVR-1
- Residential Zone R-1-12
- Residential Zone R-1-10
- Forest Residential Zone FR-1
- Residential Zone R-2
- Residential Zone R-3
- Forest Residential Zone FR-3
- Residential Mobile/Manufactured Home Park Zone RMHP
- Residential Manufactured Home Zone RMH-1-6
- Commercial Zone (Neighborhood) C-1
- Commercial Zone (Limited) C-2
- Commercial Zone (Business District) C-3
- Commercial, Valley Zone CV-1
- Commercial, Valley Zone CV-2
- Manufacturing Zone M-1
- Manufacturing Zone M-2
- Manufacturing Zone M-3
- Manufacturing Valley MV-1
- Open Space Zone O-1
2-2 Boundaries of Zones
The boundaries of each of the said zones are hereby established as described herein or as shown on the maps entitled "Zoning Map of Weber County" and maps entitled "Airport Zoning Map of Weber County" and Planning District Maps, which map or maps are attached and all boundaries, notations and other data shown thereon are made by this reference as much a part of this Ordinance as if fully described and detailed herein.
2-3 Title of Zones
Maps attached to this Ordinance:
- Zoning Map of Weber County, Western Weber County
- Zoning Map of Weber County, Uintah Highlands
- Zoning Map of Weber County, Ogden Valley
- Zoning Map of Weber County, Wolf Creek
- Zoning Map of Weber County, Monte Cristo
2-4 Rules or Ordinance and Maps
Where uncertainty exists as to the boundary of any zone, the following rules shall apply:
- Wherever the zone boundary is indicated as being approximately upon the centerline of a street, alley or block, or along a property line, then, unless otherwise definitely indicated on the map, the centerline of such street, alley or block or such property line, shall be construed to be the boundary of such zone.
- Whenever such boundary line of such zone is indicated as being approximately at the line of any river, irrigation canal or other waterway or railroad right-of-way, or public park or other public land or any section line, then in such case the center of such stream, canal or waterway, or of such railroad right-of-way or the boundary line of such public land or such section line shall be deemed to be the boundary of such zone.
- Where such zone boundary lines cannot be determined by the above rules, their location may be found by the use of the scale appearing upon the map.
- Where the application of the above rules does not clarify the zone boundary location, the Board of Adjustment shall interpret the map.
2-5 Area Requirements for Parcels Split by Zone Boundaries
The more restrictive zone is the zone, which has the larger area requirement.
- Where a parcel that is split by a zone boundary contains at least two thirds of the area required for a lot in the more restrictive zone, the area from the less restrictive zone can be used to meet the total area requirement for the more restrictive zone.
- Where a parcel that is split by a zone boundary contains less than two thirds of the area required for a lot in the more restrictive zone, the home must be built in the less restrictive zone. The parcel area in the more restrictive zone can be used to meet area requirements in the less restrictive zone.