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Township of Tredyffrin, PA
Chester County
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[Amended 3-24-1980 by Ord. No. HR-44; 9-28-1981 by Ord. No. HR-60; 3-18-1985 by Ord. No. HR-90; 2-9-1987 by Ord. No. HR-107; 8-19-1991 by Ord. No. HR-170; 5-1-2006 by Ord. No. HR-352; 9-10-2007 by Ord. No. HR-360]
[Amended 12-2-2013 by Ord. No. HR-399]
For the purposes of this chapter, the Township of Tredyffrin is hereby divided into the following different types of districts, which shall be designated as follows:
RC
Rural-Conservation Districts
FH
Flood Hazard Districts
R-1/2
Residence Districts
R-1
Residence Districts
R-2
Residence Districts
R-3
Residence Districts
R-4
Residence Districts
PA
Planned Apartment Districts
O
Office District
IO
Institutional Overlay Districts
C-1
Commercial Districts
TCD
Town Center Districts
C-2
Commercial Districts
TD
Transit Districts
LI
Limited Industrial Districts
PIP
Planned Industrial Park Districts
The boundaries of said districts shall be shown upon the map which is attached to and made a part of this chapter and which shall be designated the "Zoning Map of Tredyffrin Township." The said map and all notations, references and other data shown thereof shall be as much a part of this chapter as if all were fully described herein.
[1]
Editor's Note: The Zoning Map with any amendments thereto is on file in the Township offices.
The boundaries between districts are, unless otherwise indicated, either the center lines of streets or railroad rights-of-way, or such lines extended, or lines parallel thereto. Where dimensions are shown on the Zoning Map between a street and a district boundary line, they indicate that the district boundary line runs parallel to the street line at a distance therefrom equivalent to the number of feet so indicated.
When a district boundary line divides a lot held in single and separate ownership at the time of the adoption of this chapter, the regulations as to the use in the less-restricted district may extend over the portion of the lot in the more-restricted district a distance of not more than 50 feet beyond the district boundary line.