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This zoning key has been produced from the City of Springfield, MO  Zoning District Guide  (Last amended March 2000).  
These definitions are the zones applicable to the Weaver Trust Property.

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ZONING KEY


R-SF:  SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

A zone designed to accommodate single-family-residential development at a maximum density of seven (7) units per acre.

R-TH:  TOWNHOUSE RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

A district designed for single-family-detached, single-family-semi-detached, duplex and townhouse residences at a maximum density of eleven (11) dwelling units per acre.

R-MD:  MEDIUM-DENSITY MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

A zone designed for muti-family dwelling units (apartments) with a maximum density of twenty-nine (29) dwelling units per acre.

R-HD:  HIGH-DENSITY MULTI-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

A zone designed for multi-family dwelling units (apartments) with a maximum density of forty (40) dwelling units per acre.

CS:  COMMERCIAL SERVICE DISTRICT

A zone designed to accommodate non-retail commercial and services uses.

CC:  CENTER CITY DISTRICT

A zone designed to accommodate the existing mix of uses in the Springfield Central Business District and Commercial Street area.

GM:  GENERAL MANUFACTURING DISTRICT

A zone designed to accommodate industrial development that should be effectively buffered from all but other industrial and heavy commercial uses because of the potential such uses may have for affecting the use and enjoyment of nearby property.

HM:  HEAVY MANUFACTURING DISTRICT

A zone designed to accommodate railroad terminal and yard facilities and intensive manufacturing uses that may have adverse impacts on nearby property unless properly located and buffered.