Applicability of zoning restrictions to Building Code — See Code of Ordinances Section 6-4.
Subdivision proposals in areas of special flood hazards — See Code of Ordinances Section 16-8.1.
General requirements and design standards of Subdivision Regulations — See Code of Ordinances Section 16-10.
Change of zoning regulations applicable to subdivision plat by Planning Board — See Code of Ordinances Section 16-12(b).
STATE LAW REFERENCESAttachment 1 - Summary of Bulk Requirements Attachment 2 - Table A, Principal Use Table Attachment 3 - Figure 3, Proposed Waterfront Transit-Oriented Development (WTOD) District Attachment 4 - Regulating Plan, Blocks A through G Figures 4.1 through 4.8 Attachment 5 - Street Dimensions and Designs: Rinaldi Boulevard and Water Street Figures 5.1 through 5.4 Attachment 6 - Figure 6, Building Frontage Types Attachment 7 - Figure 7, Model Mid-Rise, Mixed-Use Historic Buildings
Municipal authority to regulate height, bulk, location of buildings, and other areas of open spaces — See § 20, Subdivision 24, of the General City Law.
Authority to regulate location of trades and industries and buildings designed for special uses — See § 20, Subdivision 25, of the General City Law
Provisions as to Board of Appeals, amendments, alterations and changes in district lines and exemption of lots — See § 81 through 83-a, General City Law.
Section 19-3.5 Applicability of district regulations to existing parcels and buildings and future developments.
Section 19-4.15 Uniformity of exterior design and appearance of one-family and two-family dwellings.
Section 19-7.4.1 Applications for inspections and certificates of occupancy for existing one-family dwellings.