COMMERCIAL TYPE DISTRICTS
Local Business Districts
|These districts provide a wide range of goods and services to a large consumer population coming from an extensive area. Within these districts, moto-vehicle-related activities are of major significance. Good access by motor vehicle or public transit is important to local business districts, which are often located adjacent to intersections of major thoroughfares and in close proximity to bus transfer locations.
|Local Business 3 (LB3)
The LB3 district is the most urban and is characterized by design standards appropriate for neighborhood commercial hubs, centers, corridors and transit-oriented development areas that have a denser level of development and may have taller buildings, all of which promote compact, walkable, sustainable neighborhoods.
|Local Business 2 (LB2)
The development pattern in the LB2 district tends to be more urban than the LB1 district, with smaller lots and smaller setbacks.
|Local Business 1 (LB1)
The LB1 district is characterized by a more suburban development pattern, with larger lots and deeper setbacks.