Highland Zoning and Lot Sizes
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Sq. Ft.AcresDensity
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Zone
Average
Median
Minimum
Maximum
Total
Average
Median
Minimum
Maximum
Total
# Lots
# <%<AcresLotsActual
Allowed
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R-1-20
20,835 20,169 20,000 26,194 1,395,925 0.48 0.46 0.46 0.60 32.05 67 NA NA NA 40.69 67 1.65 2.19
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R-1-30
25,941 25,132 20,000 67,198 1,919,633 0.60 0.58 0.46 1.54 44.07 74 14 18.92% 25,000 55.66 74 1.33 1.46
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R-1-40
34,430 32,317 20,222 112,923 3,924,994 0.79 0.74 0.46 2.59 90.11 114 19 16.67% 30,000 106.29 114 1.07 1.09
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PD 9,437 7,100 7,100 43,560 1,075,812 0.22 0.16 0.16 1.00 24.70 114 NA NA NA 50.60 114 2.25
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County
19,001 17,424 10,454 34,848 1,767,109 0.44 0.40 0.24 0.80 40.57 93 NA NA NA 49.37 93 1.88
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Total 21,826 NA 7,100 112,923 10,083,472 0.50 NA 0.16 2.59 231.48 462 302.62 462 1.53
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R-1-20:
Min lot size 20,000 sq. ft (0.46 acres)
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R-1-30:
Max # of lots determined by dividing the area to be developed by 30,000 sq. ft.
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No more than 25% of lots can be less than 25,000 sq. ft. (0.57 acres)
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No lot can be less than 20,000 sq. ft. (0.46 acres)
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R-1-40:
Max # of lots determined by dividing the area to be developed by 40,000 sq. ft.
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No more than 25% of lots can be less than 30,000 sq. ft. (0.69 acres)
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No lot can be less than 20,000 sq. ft. (0.46 acres)
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1 acre:
43,560sq. ft.#NAME?
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