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Local units of government are granted the authority to adopt a zoning ordinance, but there is no requirement to have zoning. Some communities in Michigan have chosen to remain unzoned. However, if the property you are interested in buying is in a township that is unzoned, county zoning may apply.
R1 SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT This district is designed to protect and preserve quiet, low-density residential areas now primarily developed and those areas which will be developed with single-family detached dwellings and characterized by a high ratio of home ownership.
A zoning ordinance is a township law establishing land development districts and regulating land development. In suburban and rural areas where the dominant intent of zoning is to protect the value and use of private residences, zoning often focuses on segregating incompatible land uses.
R2 TWO-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT The district is designed to protect and enhance those areas developed or likely to develop with single- or two-family dwellings. The district regulations are designed to promote a suitable environment for homes and for activities connected with family life.
The Zoning Division conducts plan reviews and public hearings for Conditional Land Uses per the City of Detroit Zoning Ordinance. Conditional Land Uses may be subject to developmental conditions resultant of the plan review process.
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R3 (Residential, Multi-Family Medium-Density) District. The R3 zoning district provides for the development of a wide range of multi-family dwelling units, including apartments and condominiums.
"The R-2, Single-Family Residential District is intended to provide areas for single-family detached dwellings at a low density, on lots smaller than the minimum for the R-1 District. The R-2 District is also intended to provide for a limited proportion of two-family dwellings.\u201d
R2 zone is residential zone with road below with 12 m & above, access road (9 m in congested area) almost all uses are permissible in R2 zone eg. Residential, commercial, hospital, institute etc.
The city of Detroit, Michigan has 70 designated Opportunity Zones. In total these Opportunity Zones have a population of approximately 140,000. That represents 22% of the city's total population of 670,000.
R-1 AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL | Zoning Ordinance | Ray Township, (Macomb Co.), MI | Municode Library.

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