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created Mar 5 2015

updated May 8 2018

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Combining districts alter the use or development standards of a base district.
Combining districts can be in geographically specific areas or property
specific, as opposed to overlay districts, which are not applied to single
properties in isolation. Overlay districts add additional zoning standards to
the base district such as building heights, impervious cover, and setbacks.
Overlay districts are in geographically specific areas and are not typically
property specific. Note: This dataset does not include conditional overlay (CO)
combining districts. These are included in the base zoning GIS layer.
List of Combining and Overlay Districts:
Airport Zoning
Barton Springs Zone
Capitol Dominance
Capitol View Corridors
Congress Ave
Convention Center
CURE
Downtown Creeks
Downtown Parks
E 6th Street Pecan
Hazardous Pipelines
Hill Country Roadways
Justice Center
National Registry Districts
NCCD
North Burnet Gateway
Scenic Roadways
University Neighborhood
Urban Renewal
Waterfront
Waterfront Setbacks
Residential Design Standards
Transit Oriented Development
This product is for informational purposes and may not have been prepared for or be suitable for legal, engineering, or surveying purposes.
It does not represent an on-the-ground survey and represents only the approximate relative location of property boundaries.
This product has been produced by the Communications and Technology Department for the sole purpose of geographic reference.
No warranty is made by the City of Austin regarding specific accuracy or completeness.

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