Borough of Wrightstown, NJ
Burlington County
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§ 219-7 Zoning districts.

[Amended 4-12-2000 by Ord. No. 2000-3]
For the purpose of this chapter, the Borough of Wrightstown is hereby divided into 12 districts as follows:
High-Density Single-Family Residential
Medium-Density Single-Family Residential
Low-Density Single-Family Residential
Apartment District
Apartment Townhouse District
Historic Apartment District
Institutional/Residential/Commercial District
Mixed-Use District
General Commercial District
Office Campus/Retail District
Residential/Office District

§ 219-8 Zoning Map.

The boundaries of these zoning districts are established on the map entitled "Zoning Map; Borough of Wrightstown," dated February 1996 (latest revision June 25, 1998) which accompanies and is hereby made a part of this chapter.[1]
Editor's Note: The Zoning Map is on file in the office of the Borough Clerk.

§ 219-9 Interpretation of boundaries.

Zoning district boundary lines are intended to follow street rights-of-way, railroad rights-of-way, streams and lot or property lines as they exist on lots of record at the time of enactment of this chapter. The exact location of any disputed zoning district boundary line shall be determined by the Board. The zoning standards, controls and designations apply to every structure, lot and use within each district, and the district lines extend vertically in both directions from ground level.

§ 219-10 Vacation of a street or other public way.

Where a vacated street is bounded on either side by a different zoning district, the former center line of the vacated right-of-way shall be considered the zoning district boundary line.

§ 219-11 Airport hazard areas.

As required by the Municipal Land Use Law (N.J.S.A. 40:55D-1 et seq.), the boundary of the airport hazard area, including the runway subzone, the runway end subzones and the clear zones is delineated on the Zoning Map pursuant to the Air Safety and Hazardous Zoning Act of 1983, c. 260 (N.J.A.C. 6:1-80 et seq.). Development on lands located within the delineated airport hazard area shall be in accordance with § 219-47 and the following provisions:
No new development can occur at a density greater than one house per three acres pursuant to N.J.A.C. 6:1-80 et seq.