[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.
Article I General Provisions
Article II Residence Districts
Article IIA Accessory Apartments
Article III Senior Citizen Zone
Article IV Multifamily Planned Residential Development District (MFPRD)
Article V Open Space Conservation and Park District
Article VA Affordable Housing Overlay District
Article VI Business Districts
Article VIA University-25 District (U-25)
Article VII Industrial Districts
Article VIII Tidal Wetlands and Ocean Beach Overlay District
Article IX Coastal Erosion Hazard Adjacent Areas
Article X Agricultural Overlay District
§ 330-51 Farmlands preservation program; procedure for construction on lands preserved by easement or Suffolk County purchase.
Article XI Old Filed Map Overlay District
Article XII Special Old Filed Map Overlay District
Article XIII Aquifer Protection Overlay District
Article XIV (Reserved)
Article XV Supplemental Use and Dimensional Regulations
§ 330-97 Supplemental regulations for private garages and off-street parking areas in residence districts.
Article XVI Nonconforming Uses, Buildings and Structures
Article XVII Special Exception Uses
§ 330-129 Highway business uses with buildings or building complexes greater than 15,000 square feet.
§ 330-146 Philanthropic, fraternal, social or educational institutional office or meeting room, nonprofit.
Article XVIII Board of Appeals
Article XIX Architectural Review
Article XX Administration and Enforcement
Article XXI Transfer of Development Rights
Article XXII Signs
Article XXIII Bed-and-Breakfasts
Article XXIIIA Screening Facilities
Article XXIV Central Pine Barrens Overlay District
Article XXV Residential Receiving Area District
Article XXVI Planned Development District
Article XXVII Wireless Communications Transmission Support Structures and Antennas
Article XXVIII Landmarks and Historic Districts and Heritage Resource Areas
§ 330-322 Certificate of appropriateness for alteration, demolition or new construction affecting landmarks or historic districts.
Article XXIX Outdoor Lighting
Article XXX Driveway Standards
Article XXXI Riverside Overlay District (ROD)