Residents Show Support For Bentonville Rezonings

Posted: February 7, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Two property owners who requested rezonings to the downtown edge zoning classification received community support at Wednesday night’s Planning Commission meeting.

At A Glance

Downtown Zoning

The downtown edge zoning classification creates an area of transition between the downtown core and low-density residential. The downtown edge allows for commercial and residential mixed-use developments and will have the greatest potential for infill and redevelopment.

Source: City Of Bentonville

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