2011 LDC District Descriptions

Abbreviation District Description
AG

The Agriculture (AG) District allows for existing agricultural uses, commercial nurseries, and homes on very large lots.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 5 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 60%

Minimum Street Frontage: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 50 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 50 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 50 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: n/a

 

Summary of Development Standards (Residential Development):

See Division 3-4, Residential Neighborhood Development Standards & Division 3-5, Housing Palette

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
RS

The Suburban Residential (RS) District allows for the development of single-family homes on suburban lots, and for the development of neighborhoods with multiple housing types and significant common open spaces.  The District applies to new development, recent development, or redevelopment.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 5 acres

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 35%

Minimum Street Frontage: 150 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 20 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: n/a

 

Summary of Development Standards (Residential Development):

See Division 3-4, Residential Neighborhood Development Standards & Division 3-5, Housing Palette

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

RA

The Auto-Urban Residential (RA) District allows for the development of single-family homes on relatively narrow lots, and for the development of neighborhoods with multiple housing types and common open spaces. Residential development in the RA District is denser than in the RS district. The district applies to new development, recent development, or redevelopment.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 2 acres

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 20%

Minimum Street Frontage: 100 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 15 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: n/a

 

Summary of Development Standards (Residential Development):

See Division 3-4, Residential Neighborhood Development Standards & Division 3-5, Housing Palette

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
RU

The Urban Residential (RU) District allows for residential structures with urban character, including detached single-family homes on narrow lots with alley access and multi-family buildings.  The District applies to new development, recent development, or redevelopment.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 acre

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 15%

Minimum Street Frontage: 75 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 5 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 5 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 20 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: n/a

 

Summary of Development Standards (Residential Development):

See Division 3-4, Residential Neighborhood Development Standards & Division 3-5, Housing Palette

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC5

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC5) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 5,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  10,000 sf. (Interior Lot), 15,000 sf. (Corner or Cul-de-sac Lot)

Minimum Lot Width: 50 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 42%

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 15 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 10 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 5 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 10 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 15 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
NC6

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC6) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 6,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  12,000 sf. (Interior Lot), 18,000 sf. (Corner Lot), 43,560 sf. (Cul-de-sac Lot)

Minimum Lot Width: 60 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 37%

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 20 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 10 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 5 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 12 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC9

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC9) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 9,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  15,000 sf. (Interior Lot), 25,000 sf. (Corner Lot), 43,560 sf. (Cul-de-sac Lot)

Minimum Lot Width: 70 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 30%

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 20 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 10 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 5 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 16 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft.

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC12

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC12) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 12,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  18,000 sf. (Interior Lot), 43,560 sf. (Corner or Cul-de-sac Lot)

Minimum Lot Width: 80 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 25%

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 15 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 8 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 20 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
NC18

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC18) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 18,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 150 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 25 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 20 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 50 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC2A

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC2A) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

 

Minimum Lot Area: 2 acres

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 50 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 50 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 25 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 80 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC2A-RAO-AA

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC2A-RAO-AA) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 2 acres

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 50 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 50 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 25 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 80 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

 

Residential Agricultural Overlay District:

The Residential Agriculture Overlay (“RAO”) District allows for certain agricultural animals and accessory structures, that have historically been allowed on properties within the RAO District and that are appropriate and compatible with residential uses. The purpose of the RAO District is to prescribe special regulations related to agricultural activities of a noncommercial nature in addition to those regulations in the underlying NC2A zoning district.

Agricultural Animal. This RAO subdistrict permits the keeping of agricultural animals for non-commercial purposes subject to the limited use standards of Section 12-2-420, Residential Agriculture, and restricted to certain properties in the NC2A zoning district identified on the Zoning Map as “NC2A-RAO-AA”.

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC2A-RAO-EQ2

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC2A-RAO-EQ2) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 2 acres

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 50 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 50 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 25 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 80 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

Residential Agricultural Overlay District:

The Residential Agriculture Overlay (“RAO”) District allows for certain agricultural animals and accessory structures that have historically been allowed on properties within the RAO District and that are appropriate and compatible with residential uses.

The purpose of the RAO District is to prescribe special regulations related to agricultural activities of a noncommercial nature in addition to those regulations in the underlying NC2A zoning district.

Equine2. This RAO subdistrict permits the keeping of two (2) equine for non-commercial purposes subject to the limited use standards of Section 12-2-420, Residential Agriculture, and restricted to certain properties in the NC2A zoning district identified on the Zoning Map as “NC2A-RAO-EQ2”.

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC2A-RAO-EQ3

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC2A-RAO-EQ3) District allows single-family residential homes and any housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 2 acres

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 50 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 50 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 25 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 80 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

Residential Agricultural Overlay District:

The Residential Agriculture Overlay (“RAO”) District allows for certain agricultural animals and accessory structures that have historically been allowed on properties within the RAO District and that are appropriate and compatible with residential uses. The purpose of the RAO District is to prescribe special regulations related to agricultural activities of a noncommercial nature in addition to those regulations in the underlying NC2A zoning district.

Equine3. This RAO subdistrict permits the keeping of three (3) equine for non-commercial purposes subject to the limited use standards of Section 12-2-420, Residential Agriculture, and restricted to certain properties in the NC2A zoning district identified on the Zoning Map as “NC2A-RAO-EQ3”.

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NC2A-RAO-EQAR

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NC2A-RAO-EQAR) District allows single-family residential homes and any other housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NC District has a smaller permitted building coverage ratio than the Neighborhood Infill (“NI”) District in order to provide additional protection for the existing neighborhood character.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 2 acres

Maximum Lot Area:  No maximum

Minimum Lot Width: 200 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 20%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 50 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 50 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 25 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 80 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 25 ft.

 

 

Residential Agricultural Overlay District:

The Residential Agriculture Overlay (“RAO”) District allows for certain agricultural animals and accessory structures that have historically been allowed on properties within the RAO District and that are appropriate and compatible with residential uses. The purpose of the RAO District is to prescribe special regulations related to agricultural activities of a noncommercial nature in addition to those regulations in the underlying NC2A zoning district.

EquineAR. This RAO subdistrict permits the keeping of equine for non-commercial purposes subject to the limited use standards of Section 12-2-420, Residential Agriculture, and restricted to certain properties in the NC2A zoning district identified on the Zoning Map as “NC2A-RAO-EQAR”.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NCSFA

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NCSFA) District allows single-family residential homes and any other housing types already existing in the neighborhood. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NCSFA District applies to attached single-family neighborhoods.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

Summary of Development Standards:

No minimum or maximum lot size or dimensions; Existing density is allowed.

Maximum Building Coverage: 70%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 5 ft. if parking is rear-accessed or shared parking lot; 20 ft. if parking is front-accessed.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 10 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 0 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 0 ft. if attached on both sides; 6 ft. where buildings are separated.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft. if parking is rear-accessed; 10 ft. if parking is front-accessed or shared parking lot.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NCMF

Generally, the Neighborhood Conservation (NCMF) District allows existing multi-family buildings only. It also allows existing neighborhood-supporting institutions. The NCMF District applies to attached multi-family neighborhoods on existing lots.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NC subdistrict, regardless of their lot area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

No minimum or maximum lot size or dimensions; Existing density is allowed.

 

Redevelopment to multi-family is allowed with same footprint; height; and density only. Rezoning required to redevelopment with larger footprint and/or building types.  See Article 3, Development Standards.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NI8

The Neighborhood Infill (NI8) District operates the same way as the Neighborhood Conservation (NC) District, except that additional building coverage is allowed and anticipated.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NI subdistrict, regardless of their area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 8,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area:  43,560 sf.

Minimum Lot Width: 80 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 40%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 20 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 8 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 20 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

NI18

The Neighborhood Infill (NI18) District operates the same way as the Neighborhood Conservation (NC) District, except that additional building coverage is allowed and anticipated.  All lots in existence as of the effective 2011 LDC date are conforming if located in any NI subdistrict, regardless of their area or lot width.

 

Summary of Development Standards:

Minimum Lot Area: 18,000 sf.

Maximum Lot Area: 100,000 sf.

Minimum Lot Width: 75 ft.

Maximum Building Coverage: 45%

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback (SF): 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback (SS): 20 ft.

Minimum Side Setback (S1 or S2): 8 ft.

Minimum Total Side Setback (S1+S2): 20 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback (SR): 20 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

CG

The General Commercial (CG) District allows for commercial and mixed-use development along the City’s commercial corridors.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 15%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 50 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
AC

The Activity Center (AC) District allows for mixed-use activity centers. The AC District anticipates development that will be compatible with adjacent neighborhoods, with access and internal circulation that is pedestrian-friendly. See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: n/a

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio:  10%

Minimum Street Frontage: n/a

Maximum Building Height: 50 ft.

 

Perimeter Setbacks in the Activity Center District:

The AC District applies to property under unified or coordinated control, which will be developed or redeveloped as a single unit. Such development will implement a Sub-Area Plan, which calls for a particular form of development. Setbacks are established for the perimeter of the parcel proposed for development (and not individual lots within an AC District, unless they are located at the perimeter) as follows:

 

  1. Along existing arterial or collector streets: setbacks shall be sufficient to ensure a 15-foot wide attached sidewalk is provided, as follows:
    1. If existing sidewalk can be expanded to 15 feet in width within the right-of-way, then no street setback is required.
    2. If existing sidewalk cannot be expanded to 15 feet in width within the right-of-way, then the setback shall be 15 feet minus the distance between the property line and the edge of the sidewalk. See Figure 12-3-702, AC District Perimeter Setbacks Along Residential Boundaries.
  2. Along other parcel boundaries that adjoin or are across a local street from residential uses: 25 feet, plus one foot for each foot of building height above 30 feet. See Figure 12-3-702, AC District Perimeter Setbacks Along Residential Boundaries.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

UC

The Urban Center (UC) District implements the Arapahoe Urban Center (AUC) sub-area plan allowing for urban redevelopment in the AUC area, and  provides standards for other future transit influenced planning areas. The UC District is regulated by form-based standards.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the district.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

See Division 4-3, Form Standards for UC District

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

BP

The Business Park (BP) District allows for the development of offices and enclosed light industrial uses in a campus-like setting. This environment may also include residential uses that are closely related to office, medical, and commercial use, such as live-work units, assisted living facilities, congregate care facilities, and nursing homes.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 25%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 50 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

BP35

The Business Park 35 (BP35) District allows for the development of offices and enclosed light industrial uses in a campus-like setting. This environment may also include residential uses that are closely related to office, medical, and commercial use, such as live-work units, assisted living facilities, congregate care facilities, and nursing homes.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 25%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

BP50

The Business Park 50 (BP50) District allows for the development of offices and enclosed light industrial uses in a campus-like setting. This environment may also include residential uses that are closely related to office, medical, and commercial use, such as live-work units, assisted living facilities, congregate care facilities, and nursing homes.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 25%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 50 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

BP75

The Business Park 75 (BP75) District allows for the development of offices and enclosed light industrial uses in a campus-like setting. This environment may also include residential uses that are closely related to office, medical, and commercial use, such as live-work units, assisted living facilities, congregate care facilities, and nursing homes.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 25%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 75 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

BP100

The Business Park 100 (BP100) District allows for the development of offices and enclosed light industrial uses in a campus-like setting. This environment may also include residential uses that are closely related to office, medical, and commercial use, such as live-work units, assisted living facilities, congregate care facilities, and nursing homes.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 25%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: ​100 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

I

The Industrial (I) District allows for a range of industrial uses, regulated by performance standards to mitigate their impacts on the community.  See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: 1 ac.

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio: 15%

Minimum Street Frontage: 125 ft.

Maximum Building Height: 50 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 10 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 50 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.
ED

The Education, Institutional, and Recreation (ED) District designates land for schools and institutions of comparable impact, and for the recreational facilities and open spaces they provide. See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: n/a

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio:  50%

Minimum Street Frontage: n/a

Maximum Building Height: 30 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Rear Setback: 25 ft.

Minimum Residential District Setback: n/a

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

OSR

The public Open Space and Recreation (OSR) District designates publicly owned open space and recreation areas. See Division 2-3, Land Use for a matrix of permitted, limited and conditional uses in the District.

 

Summary of Development Standards (Non-Residential and Mixed-Use Development):

Minimum Area of Parcel Proposed for Development: n/a

Minimum Landscape Surface Ratio:  80%

Minimum Street Frontage: n/a

Maximum Building Height: 35 ft.

Minimum Front Setback: 1 foot per foot of building height.

Minimum Interior Side Setback: 1 foot per foot of building height.

Minimum Street Side Setback: 1 foot per foot of building height.

Minimum Rear Setback: 1 foot per foot of building height.

Minimum Residential District Setback: 15 ft.

 

If there is a conflict between the Information provided above and information contained in the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code, the City reserves the right to rely in all cases upon the record which it considers to be the most accurate and complete.  Please refer to the City of Centennial 2011 Land Development Code to verify accuracy of the information provided above.

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