Zoning Districts

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The city and the continuous unincorporated territory within one and one-half miles of the Quincy corporate limits are divided into seven types of districts:

 RU Districts
 Rural
 RE Districts
 Resort
 R Districts
 Residential
 NR Districts
 Neighborhood Residential
 C Districts
 Commercial
 D Districts
 Downtown
 M Districts
 Industrial

 

The seven districts are further divided into the following specific districts:

 RU1  Rural District
 RE1  Resort District
 RS  Single-Family District
 R1A  Single-Family District
 R1B  Single-Family District
 R1C  Single-Family District
 R2  Two-Family District
 R3  Multi-Family District
 NR1  Neighborhood Residential District
 NR2  Neighborhood Residential District
 C1A  Limited Local Commercial District
 C1B  Limited Local Commercial District
 C2  Commercial District
 C3  Planned Commercial District
 D1  Downtown Retail District
 D2  Downtown General Business District
 D3  Downtown Riverfront Disctrict
 D4  Downtown Office and Medical Facility District
 D5  Downtown Industrial District
 M1  Light Industrial District
 M2  Heavy Industrial District
 M3  Planned Industrial District

 
In addition to the specific districts, property may also acquire the following identifiers:

 L  Landmark
 H  Historic District

 

These additional identifiers shall be appended to the specific district of properties designated by ordinance as being Landmarks or within the boundaries of an Historic District as provided for in Title XV, Chapter 162 of the Municipal Code of the City of Quincy. Such additional identification is only designed to grant the various protections afforded by Chapter 162 and, unless otherwise specified, is not intended to remove any requirement that the property otherwise comply with the zoning regulations and other ordinances of the City of Quincy.

The boundaries of the districts are as shown on "The City of Quincy Zoning District Map" compiled September 18, 1998, as amended from time to time. The district map shall be the final authority as to the current zoning status of lands and buildings, subject to such amendments then in effect. Changes to the districts shall be indicated on the district map promptly after the adoption of such amendments.

Where uncertainty exists as to the boundaries of districts as shown on the district map, the following rules shall apply:

  1. Boundaries are the centerline of highways, expressways, streets or alleys, unless otherwise indicated.

  2. Boundaries are platted tracts on lot lines, unless otherwise indicated.

  3. Boundaries indicated as following railroad lines shall be construed to be midway between the main track.

  4. All territory in the unincorporated area hereafter coming under the zoning jurisdiction of the City of Quincy shall be and the same is hereby classified for zoning purposes as RU1 - Rural, until otherwise reclassified by amendment.

  5. Whenever the Council or other authority vacates a street or alley, adjacent districts shall extend to the centerline of the vacation.