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The Land Development Regulations page is under revisions.

Chapter 33, Land Development Regulations, of the City's Code of Ordinances governs development within the City.

Handouts of permitted uses for each zoning district are listed below.

For questions concerning zoning for specific property, refer to Zoning Information.

For information on zoning and development, contact Sarah Arbour at arbours@deland.org.

For information on planning, contact Jennifer Molina at molinaj@deland.org.

Zoning District Category (Handouts)

R-R Rural Residential

R-R1 Suburban Single-Family Residential

R-1AA Single-Family Dwelling

R-1A - Single-Family Dwelling

R-1B Single-Family Dwelling

R-1 Single-Family Dwelling

R-1C Single-Family Dwelling

R-2 Two-Family Dwelling

R-8 Multiple-Family Dwelling

R-12 Multiple-Family Dwelling

R-16 Multiple-Family Dwelling

R-M Residential-Mobile Home

P-1 Professional-Residential

E-1 Educational

BR Business Retail

C-1 Neighborhood Commercial

C-2 General Commercial

C-2A Downtown Commercial

C-2AC Commercial Activity Core

C-3 Rail Spur Commercial

C-4 Wholesale Commercial

M-1 Industrial

PD Planned Development

Conditional Use Requirements

Fences & Walls

Single Family Uses

Special Exceptions

Trees & Shrubs

Uses in Commercial Zoning Districts

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