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Springdale Zoning Controversy Has Community Members Talking About City Development

Posted: July 13, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

SPRINGDALE -- A controversy involving industrial rezoning near residential areas and a school isn't a first in Springdale, according to officials.

Web Watch

Zoning Map

To see an interactive zoning map of Springdale, go to http://gis.springdalear.gov/flexviewers/zoningmap/index.html. Click on the white oval icons to make a link appear. Click on the link to read details about the zone.

At A Glance

Planned Industrial District Zone

Uses Permitted:

• City-wide uses by right

• Trades and services

• Warehousing and wholesale

• Limited manufacturing

• General industrial

• Parking lot

• Temporary Buildings

• Self-supporting tower or antenna structure or monopole

• Transportation services

Requirements:

• A unified site plan must be submitted to and approved by the Planning Commission and City Council.

• Buildings on the site plan cannot cover more than 50 percent of the site.

• No part of any building or accessory structure can be closer than 100 feet of any residential district boundary.

• There must be a landscape buffer, no less that 10 feet wide, along the front property line.

• No maximum height limits, but any building that exceeds 20 feet in height needs to be set back from any residential district boundary line by one foot for each foot of height that exceeds the 20 feet.

Source: library.municode.com

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