[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Southampton as Ch. 69 of the 1979 Code; amended in its entirety 3-27-1984 by L.L. No. 1-1984. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCESAttachment 1 - Residence Districts Table of Use Regulations Attachment 2 - Residence Districts Table of Dimensional Regulations Attachment 3 - Business Districts Table of Use Regulations Attachment 4 - Business Districts Table of Dimensional Regulations Attachment 5 - University District Table of Use Regulations Attachment 6 - University District Table of Dimensional Regulations Attachment 7 - Industrial Districts Table of Use Regulations Attachment 8 - Industrial Districts Table of Dimensional Regulations Attachment 9 - Schedule of Permitted Signs Attachment 10 - Illustrations I and II: Typical Elevation View Showing Control of Height of Building Attachment 11 - Front Side and Rear Yard Diagrams Attachment 12 - Outdoor Lighting: Figure 5 Attachment 13 - Illumination Limits: Tables 1 through 5
Animal shelters — See Ch. 99.
Beaches and waterways — See Ch. 111.
Building construction — See Ch. 123.
Coastal erosion hazard areas — See Ch. 138.
Contractors — See Ch. 143.
Environmental quality review — See Ch. 157.
Farming — See Ch. 161.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 169.
Junkyards and junk dealers — See Ch. 199.
Landfills, transfer stations and scavenger waste — See Ch. 205.
Low-income, moderate-income and senior citizen housing — See Ch. 216.
Manufactured home communities — See Ch. 220.
Mined land reclamation — See Ch. 223.
Protection of natural resources — See Ch. 229.
Old filed maps — See Ch. 243.
Open space — See Ch. 247.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 287.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 292.
Trails — See Ch. 295.
Environmental impact statements — See Ch. 324.
Wetlands — See Ch. 325.
Editor's Note: Section 1, Legislative Findings, dealing with the purposes and goals of this legislation, is on file in the office of the Town Clerk.
§ 330-51 Farmlands preservation program; procedure for construction on lands preserved by easement or Suffolk County purchase.
§ 330-97 Supplemental regulations for private garages and off-street parking areas in residence districts.
§ 330-129 Highway business uses with buildings or building complexes greater than 15,000 square feet.
§ 330-137.1 Reconstruction or expansion of preexisting marinas and boatyards in Residential Districts.
§ 330-146 Philanthropic, fraternal, social or educational institutional office or meeting room, nonprofit.
§ 330-322 Certificate of appropriateness for alteration, demolition or new construction affecting landmarks or historic districts.