Borough of Doylestown, PA
Bucks County
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[Ord. 1972-10, 10/10/1972, Art. III, § 300]
1. 
Doylestown Borough is hereby divided into districts of different types, each type being of such number, shape, kind and area, and of such common unity of purpose and adaptability of use that are deemed most suitable to carry out the objectives of this Chapter.
2. 
Every parcel of land and every building or other structure in the Borough, except as otherwise provided by law or by ordinance, shall be subject to the regulations, restrictions, and requirements specified for the district in which it is located.
[Ord. 1972-10, 10/16/1972, Art. III, § 301; as amended by Ord. 1975-13, 7/7/1975, § 1; by Ord. 1977-11, 8/15/1977, § 1; by Ord. 1982-7, 4/19/1982; by Ord. 2000-5, 6/26/2000, § 2; and by Ord. 2003-7, 8/18/2003, § 2]
The districts are established and designated as follows:
1. 
R-1 District — Residential 1.
2. 
R-2 District — Residential 2.
3. 
R-2A District — Residential 2-A.
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R-3 District — Residential 3.
5. 
CR District — Central Residential.
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CR-4 District — Central Residential Highrise.
7. 
O District — Office.
8. 
RC District Retail Commercial.
9. 
RC-1 District — Retail Commercial 1.
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CC District — Central Commercial.
11. 
FC District — Free-Standing Commercial.
12. 
CI District — Central Industrial.
13. 
PI District — Planned Industrial.
14. 
TND-1 District — Traditional Neighborhood Development 1.
15. 
TND-2 District — Traditional Neighborhood Development 2.
[Ord. 1972-10, 10/16/72, Art. III, § 302; as amended by Ord. 1973-1, 1/15/73, § 6]
1. 
Districts are bounded and defined as shown on the map entitled "Zoning Map of Doylestown Borough", which accompanies this Chapter and which, with all explanatory matters whereon, is hereby made a part of this Chapter.
2. 
The Zoning Map of Doylestown Borough is amended and changed as indicated on the Zoning Map attached hereto which shall be known as and referred to as the "Zoning Map of Doylestown Borough, as Revised in 1985.
[Ord. 1972-10, 10/16/1972, Art. III, § 303]
Where uncertainty exists with respect to the boundaries of the district as indicated on the Zoning Map, the following rules shall apply:
1. 
Where district boundaries are indicated as approximately coinciding with the center lines of streets, highways, railroad lines, or streams, such center lines shall be construed to be such boundaries.
2. 
Where district boundaries are so indicated that they approximately coincide with lot lines, such lot lines shall be construed to be said boundaries.
3. 
Where district boundaries are so indicated that they are approximately parallel to center lines of streets or highways, such district boundaries shall be construed as being parallel thereto and at such distance therefrom as indicated on the Zoning Map.
4. 
Where district boundaries divide a lot, the location of such boundaries is deemed to be lines which connect two identification points.
[Ord. 1972-10, 10/16/1972, Art. III, § 304; as amended by Ord. 1975-13, 7/7/1975, § 2; by Ord. 1977-11, 8/15/1977, § 1, 3; by Ord. 1985-9, 5/23/1985; by Ord. 1999-10, 6/28/1999, § 4; by Ord. 2000-5, 6/26/2000, § 3; and by Ord. 2003-7, 8/18/2003, § 3]
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R-1 Residential I District. The purpose and intent of this district is to retain the character of existing single-family residential areas, to maintain the existing low residential density, and to encourage the preservation of permanent open space by providing appropriate standards, to exclude activities incompatible with development and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
2. 
R-2 Residential 2 District. The purpose and intent of this district is to retain the character and to maintain the existing medium residential density areas where single-family homes are permitted, as well as to encourage serviceable and efficient land development while providing for the preservation of permanent open space and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
3. 
R-2-A. Residential 2-A District. The purpose and intent of this District is to allow for residential development at medium density, in accordance with the general intent and purposes of this Chapter, specifically providing for cluster developments of single family semidetached dwelling units, providing for the retention of open space for use in buffering these Districts from adjoining Residential Districts of a different classification as well as to encourage serviceable and efficient land development in a fashion conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
4. 
R-3 Residential 3 District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide appropriate areas for multifamily development in order to broaden the Borough's housing base and, therefor, serve a greater variety of housing needs, to provide reasonable standards to prevent overcrowding of land, to regulate the density of population, to avoid undue congestion in the streets, to allow for the harmonious development of apartments and other uses which are compatible with higher density residential development, and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
5. 
CR Central Residential District. The purpose and intent of this district is to retain and maintain the character and density of the central residential areas where a variety of housing types are permitted, as well as to provide standards for the development of new housing sites in order to broaden the Borough's housing base and to add to the vitality of the core of the Borough, to provide reasonable standards to prevent overcrowding of land, to regulate the density of population, to avoid undue congestion in the streets, to allow for the harmonious development and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
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CR-H District — Central Residential Highrise. The purpose and intent of this district is to allow for high-rise residential development with reasonable standards to provide appropriate areas for multifamily development in order to broaden the Borough's housing needs and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
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O — Office District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide reasonable standards for the harmonious development of administrative, business and professional offices, health facilities, educational and religious institutions and other related uses, all of which are necessary for service to Borough residents; to provide standards which will encourage development of a character compatible with other adjacent uses and of such design to create minimum interference with the public streets; and to otherwise create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
8. 
RC Retail Commercial District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide areas for modern office, retail, personal service and related uses. Standards are included to promote the grouping of retail and service uses to be compatible with adjacent shopping center development, to help ensure an attractive setting for permitted land uses and to create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
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RC-1 Retail Commercial I District. The purpose and intent of this district is exactly the same as Subsection 8 above, the RC Retail Commercial District, except that video game rooms and pinball arcades may not be permitted in the RC-1 District.
10. 
CC Central Commercial District. The purpose and intent of this district are to provide areas for modern office, retail, specialty, personal service and business uses in areas where said uses already exist and for special residential uses requiring special facilities and services and to promote the development of this district as a regional core, integrating the above uses and needs with varied regional transportation facilities and other services, encouraging coordinated efforts to meet circulation and parking needs, to provide for the public convenience and to fulfill the other broad purposes of this Chapter.
11. 
FC Free-Standing Commercial District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide reasonable standards for the orderly development of highway-oriented businesses and commercial uses; to provide for the development of those businesses which, due to the nature of their activities, must most appropriately be located with adequate street frontages along major roads; to avoid undue congestion on the streets; and to otherwise create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
12. 
CI Central Industrial District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for the continuation and reasonable expansion of existing industries and the establishment of new industries within the existing industrial area. Performance and development standards will help ensure desirable and attractive industrial areas and help create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
13. 
PI Planned Industrial District. The purpose and intent of this district is to provide for the requirements of modern industrial development in undeveloped areas. Among other things, this district is intended to provide desirable locations for those types of industry which are harmonious with, and do not constitute a hazard or nuisance to, surrounding areas. Performance and development standards will help ensure desirable and attractive industrial areas and help create conditions conducive to carrying out the broad purposes of this Chapter.
14. 
TND-1 Traditional Neighborhood Development 1 District. The purpose and intent of this district is:
A. 
To provide for a traditional neighborhood with a diversity of uses, block sizes, dwelling unit types and green spaces in a compact arrangement that promotes internal and external walkability.
B. 
To encourage new development which emulates the character found in the Borough of Doylestown in places such as the Central Residential District and parts of the downtown.
C. 
To promote a streetscape quality to neighborhoods that furthers the identity of the Borough of Doylestown as a charming habitat in the central Bucks County area.
D. 
To encourage a combination of business and residential uses in the North Broad Street corridor which enables jobs and employment opportunities close to home.
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TND-2 Traditional Neighborhood Development 2 District. The purpose and intent of this district is:
A. 
To provide for a traditional neighborhood with a diversity of uses, block sizes, dwelling-unit types and green spaces in a compact arrangement that promotes internal and external walkability.
B. 
To encourage new development which emulates the character found in residential building types typically found in the Central Commercial District portions of the downtown. These types include attached structures with building facades aligned close to the sidewalks, and have stoops, porticos, or porches. The buildings are typically two to three stories in height, and front on a street, alley, or public green space.
C. 
To promote a streetscape quality to neighborhoods that furthers the identity of the Borough of Doylestown as a charming habitat in the central Bucks County area.
D. 
To encourage a combination of business, live-work as well as purely residential uses in the North Main Street corridor which enables jobs and employment opportunities close to home.
(This Section is reserved to accommodate future ordinances.)
[Ord. 1976-5, 11/15/1976, § 1; Ord. 1978-2, 2/20/1978, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Office ("O") and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Residential 2 (R-2):
Beginning at a point in the center line of East Street 285 feet northwest of the intersection of the center lines of East Street and North Street and extending in a southwesterly direction therefrom a distance of 184 feet to a point; thence extending and continuing therefrom along the rearmost property line of all properties fronting on the westerly side of North Street between East Street and Spruce Street; it being intended that the line of demarcation creating the said R-2 district along the west side of North Street shall extend across any property having frontage as of the date hereof, on both North Street and North Main Street so as to bisect any such parcel, placing the easternmost one-half thereof into the said Residential 2 (R-2) district.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Residential-2 (R-2):
Beginning at a point on southeasterly side of West Ashland Street (50 feet wide) at the westerly corner of the land of James Leonard Harris;
Thence (1) by land of James Leonard Harris south 50° six minutes east 128.13 feet to a concrete monument on the northwesterly side of the Doylestown Branch of the North Pennsylvania Railroad (Reading Co.);
Thence (2) along the northwesterly side of the same by a curve to the right, having a radius of two thousand eight hundred sixty-four and ninety three one-hundredths feet, an arc distance of 403.62 feet to an iron pipe a corner;
Thence (3) along land of Dorothy M. Rufe north 50° six minutes west 60.80 feet to an iron pipe a corner;
Thence (4) along the southeasterly side of the proposed extension of West Ashland Street (50 feet wide) north 39° 54 minutes east 397.20 feet to the place of beginning.
Containing 38,916 square feet of land.
[Ord. 1975-14, 7/7/1975, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a Zoning District designated as Residential 2 (R-2) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Residential 2-A (R-2-A):
Beginning at a point on the southwesterly side of Dublin Pike said point being measured the following (2) courses and distances from a point in the center line of Dublin Pike said point in the center line of Dublin Pike being measured south 51° eight minutes 20 seconds east 100.38 feet from the intersecting line of Doylestown Township and Doylestown Borough (1) south 40° 20 minutes 40 seconds west 40 feet to a point; (2) south 51° eight minutes 20 seconds east 27.63 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
Thence south 51° eight minutes 20 seconds east along the southwesterly side of Dublin Pike 363.40 feet to a point on the said southwesterly side of Dublin Pike, thence leaving the southwesterly side of Dublin Pike and proceeding the following courses and distances: south 38° 51 minutes 40 seconds west 94.81 feet to a point; thence south 17° 55 minutes 20 seconds west 92 feet to a point; thence south 72° four minutes 40 seconds east 93.28 feet to a point; thence south 51° eight minutes 20 seconds east 130 feet to a point; thence south 39° 50 minutes zero seconds east 310.19 feet to a point; thence south zero degrees 10 minutes zero seconds west 82.85 feet to a point; thence south 65° one minute zero seconds west 285 feet to a point; thence north 51° 33 minutes zero seconds west 83.85 feet to a point of angle; thence south 1° 35 minutes zero seconds west leaving said point of angle 83.85 to a point; thence south 65° one minute zero seconds west 295 feet to a point; thence south 24° 59 minutes zero seconds east 289.19 feet to a point; thence south 52° 52 minutes 30 seconds west 168.54 feet to a point; thence south 37° 37 minutes 40 seconds west 243.76 feet to a point; thence south 1° two minutes 30 seconds west 72.03 feet to a point; thence south 37° 37 minutes 40 seconds west 123.82 feet to a point; thence north 36° 15 minutes 10 seconds west 77.58 feet to a point of curve; thence on the arc of a circle curving to the left having a radius of 525 feet the arc distance of 23.59 feet to a point; thence north 88° 49 minutes 40 seconds west 200 feet to a point; thence south 16° 18 minutes 10 seconds west 228.36 feet to a point; thence south 40° 53 minutes 10 seconds west 225 feet to a point; thence south 49° six minutes 50 seconds east 130 feet to a point; thence south 40° 53 minutes 10 seconds east 95 feet to a point; thence north 49° six minutes 50 seconds west 97.19 feet to a point; thence north 40° 53 minutes 10 seconds east 20 feet to point of curve; thence on the arc of a circle to the right having a radius of 1352.69 feet the arc distance of 145.20 feet to a point; thence north 42° 57 minutes 50 seconds west 82.77 feet to a point; thence north 17° 23 minutes 55 seconds east 50.81 feet to a point; thence north 7° 56 minutes 10 seconds east 304.14 feet to a point; thence north 17° 23 minutes 55 seconds east 423.85 feet to a point of curve; thence on the arc of a circle curving to the right having a radius of 916.45 feet the arc distance of 157.02 feet to a point; thence north 27° 12 minutes 55 seconds east 155.43 feet to a point; thence north 34° 48 minutes 35 seconds east 302.66 feet to a point; thence north 27° 12 minutes 55 seconds east 409 feet to a point; thence north 8° 58 minutes 40 seconds west 50.80 feet to a point; thence south 8° 23 minutes 50 seconds east 46.52 feet to a point of curve; thence on the arc of a circle curving to the right having a radius of 475 feet the arc distance of 86.49 feet to a point; thence north 3° 15 minutes 50 seconds east 146.73 feet to a point; thence north 73° 20 minutes 00 seconds west 40.95 feet to a point; thence south 67° 46 minutes 35 seconds east 75.32 feet to a point; thence north 28° 21 minutes 40 seconds east 288.37 feet to the southwesterly side of Dublin Pike, being the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
[Ord. 1973-1, 1/15/1974, § 4; as amended by Ord. 1980-7, 6/16/1980, § 1; and by Ord. 1983-10, 11/21/1983, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential 2 (R-2) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Residential 3 (R-3):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center lines of East Street and North Street and extending in a generally southeasterly direction along the center line of East Street approximately 374.33 feet to a point; thence along the rear property line of lots having frontage on North Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of North Street and Davis Road; thence in a generally northerly direction along the center line of North Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of North Street and East Street, the point and place of beginning.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential 2 (R-2) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Residential 3 (R-3):
PREMISES "A"
Beginning at an iron pin for a corner in the Upper State Road in line of other land of George Sommer, thence by the same north 36° 45 minutes west, 231.6 feet to an iron pin for a corner, thence north 44° 51 minutes east, 114.65 feet to a corner in or near the middle of Limekiln Road or West Street, said corner being located by an iron pin on the road bank 17 feet therefrom; thence along the middle of the said Limekiln Road or West Street South 50° 45 minutes East, 317.7 feet to an iron pin for a corner in the intersection of said Limekiln Road or West Street and the Upper State Road; thence along said Upper State Road or State Street South 70° 43 minutes West, 199.6 feet to the place of Beginning.
Containing nine hundred twenty-two one-thousandths of an acre of land, more or less.
PREMISES "B":
Beginning at a corner of lands now owned by John A. Regan Estate in the middle of West Street, thence by said lands passing over an iron pipe 17.8 feet from the beginning of these lands south 44° 36 minutes west 114.65 feet to an iron pipe a corner, thence by the same lands south 36° 20 minutes east 231.6 feet to a corner in West State Street, thence along West State Street south 70° 12 minutes west 31.56 feet to a corner, thence by other lands of George Sommer of which the within described premises was a part north 51° four minutes west 260.28 feet to an iron pipe a corner and north 38° 56 minutes east 200 feet to a corner in the middle of West Street aforesaid, thence along the middle thereof south 51° four minutes east 64 feet to the place of beginning.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential 2 (R-2) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Residential 3 (R-3):
Beginning at a marble stone set for a corner stone in the Doylestown Borough limits in the middle of a public road known as East Street, being a corner now or late of N.P. and D.E. Bower's land; thence along the middle of said street North 50°, 18 minutes 32 seconds West 60 feet to a corner, being land now or late of Charles R. Rogers and Valerie Ann Rogers; thence south 39° 22 minutes, west 149.45 feet to a point; thence south 50° 30 minutes east 60 feet to a point; thence north 39°, 22 minutes east 149.25 feet to a point in the center of East Street, being the first mentioned point and place of Beginning.
[Ordinance 1983-11, 11/21/1983, § 1; Ord. 1973-1, 1/15/1973, § 5; as amended by Ord. 1983-11, 11/21/1983, §§ 1 and 2; by Ord. 1995-7, 11/20/1995, § 1; and by Ord. 2001-14, 12/17/2001, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential 2 (R-2) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center lines of West Ashland Street and South West Street and extending therefrom in a southwesterly direction along the center line of West Ashland Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of West Ashland Street and Lafayette Street; thence in a northwesterly direction along the center line of Lafayette Street approximately 120 feet to a point; thence in a northeasterly direction along the rear property lines of lots having frontage on West Ashland Street to a point on the center line of South West Street; thence in a southeasterly direction along the center line of South West Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of South West Street and West Ashland Street, the point and place of beginning.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR):
Beginning at a point in the center line of East Ashland Street at its point of intersection with the center line of Pine Street; thence along the center line of Pine Street in a general northwesterly direction to a point of intersection with the center line of Taylor Avenue; thence along the center line of Taylor Avenue in a general southwesterly direction to a point of intersection with the southwesterly side of Taylor Street; thence along the southwesterly side of Taylor Street in a general southeasterly direction a distance of 79.05 feet to a point being the northeasterly corner of a lot known as Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-8-326; thence along the northwesterly side of same in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 64.74 feet to a point being the northwesterly corner of said Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-8-326; thence along the southwesterly side of same in a general southeasterly direction a distance of 64.74 feet to a point being the northwesterly corner of said Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-8-326; thence along the southwesterly side of same in a general southeasterly direction a distance of 150.56 feet to a point in the center line of East Ashland Street; thence along the center line of East Ashland Street in a general northeasterly direction to the point and place of beginning.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Office (O) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR):
Beginning at a point in the center line of Shewell Avenue at its point of intersection with the center line of Union Street; thence along the center line of Union Street in a general Northeasterly direction a distance of 148 feet to a point; thence extending and continuing along the northeasterly side of those lots being known as Bucks County Tax Parcel Numbers 8-4-350, 8-4-351, 8-4-352, 8-4-353, 8-4-354, 8-4-355, 8-4-356, and 8-4-357 respectively, in a general southeasterly direction to a point being the easterly corner of Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-4-357; thence along the southeasterly side of same in a general southwesterly direction to a point in center line of Shewell Avenue; thence along the center line of Shewell Avenue in a general northwesterly direction to the point and place of beginning.
4. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown adopted as part of Chapter 27, Part 3, § 303 of the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Doylestown, is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated CI District — Central Industrial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as CR District — Central Residential:
All that certain lot, tract, area or parcel of ground located in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, situate at the southerly corner of Doyle Street and Hamilton Street, being Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-4-179, and being more fully described in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in Land Record Book 247, Page 250.
5. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown adopted pursuant to Chapter 27, Part 3, § 303 of the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Doylestown, is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as CI District — Central Industrial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as CR District Central Residential:
All those seven certain lots, tracts, areas, or parcels of ground located in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, situate along North Hamilton Street and Harvey Avenue southeast of their intersection with Doyle Street, being Bucks County Tax Parcel Numbers 8-4-242, 8-4-243, 8-4-243-2, 8-4-243-3, 8-4-243-5, 8-4-244, and 8-4-179-1.
[Ord. 1977-11, 8/15/1977, §§ 9 and 10; Ord. 1988-7, 3/21/1988, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove a certain described geographical area located at the southwest corner of South Main Street and Hart Avenue, owned by Sidney D. Simon, et ux, from a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Residential — Highrise (CR-H).
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove a certain described geographical area located between Veterans Land and North Broad Street owned by Center Square Associates and Herbert Barness Investments from a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Residential — Highrise (CR-H)
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove a certain described geographical area located by West State Street (U.S. Route 202) on the Northwest, Lafayette Street on the Northeast, School Lane on the Southeast, and Memorial Drive on the Southwest from a zoning district designated as Residential District — 2 (R-2) and to place such area into zoning district designated as Central Residential Highrise (CR-H).
[Ord. 1987-6, 7/16/1987; as amended by Ord. 2008-6, 7/21/2008]
1. 
The following described geographical areas are hereby removed from a zoning district designated Residential 2 (R-2) and placed into a zoning district designated as O District — Office:
A. 
Tax Map Parcel 8-6-27. All those two certain vacant lots or pieces of ground, known and designated as lots fifteen and seventeen in Section "C", and recorded November 12, 1926 as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southwesterly side of Swamp Road, at the distance of 250 feet measured along a course North 48° 40 minutes West along the said side of Swamp Road from the Northwesterly side of Center Street (40 feet wide); Thence extending along the North westerly side of lot number 19 on the said Plan South 41° 20 minutes 170 feet to a point a corner of number 16 on the said plan; Thence along the Northeasterly side of lot numbers 16 and four on the side Plan North 48° 40 minutes West 100 feet to a point a corner line of number 13 on the said lot number 13 North 41° 20 minutes East 170 feet to a point on the said Southwesterly side of the said Swamp Road; and Thence along the said side of the said road South 48° 40 minutes East 100 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
B. 
Tax Map Parcel 8-6-28. All those certain lots of land, with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, being known and designated as lot numbers 19 and 21 in Section "C" on a Plan of Doylestown Annex as recorded in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southwest side of Swamp Road at the distance of 150 feet (measured along a course North 48° 40 minutes West along the side of Swamp Road) from the Northwest side of Center Street 40 feet wide thence extending along the Northwest side of Lot 23 South 41° 20 minutes West 170 feet to a point a corner of Lot 20; thence along the Northeast side of Lots 20 and 18 North 48° 40 minutes West 100 feet to a corner of Lot 17; thence along the Southeast side of Lot 17 North 41° 20 minutes East 170 feet to a point in the Southwest side of Swamp Road; thence along the same South 48° 40 minutes East 100 feet to the place of beginning.
C. 
Tax Map Parcel 8-6-29. All that certain lot or piece of ground, known and designated as Lot 23 in Section "C", recorded on November 12, 1926, in Plan Book No. 2, page 14, as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Southwesterly side of Swamp Road at the distance of 100 feet (measured along a course North 48° 40 minutes West along the said side of said Swamp Road) from the Northwesterly side of Center Street (40 feet wide) thence extending along the Northwesterly side of Lot No. 25 on the said Plan, South 41° 20 minutes West, 170 feet to a point a corner of Lot No. 22 on said Plan; thence along the Northeasterly side of said Lot No. 22 North 48° 20 minutes West, 50 feet to a point a corner in Lot No. 21 of said Plan; thence along the Southeasterly side of said Lot 21 North 41° 20 minutes East, 170 feet to a point on the said Southwesterly side of said Swamp Road; and thence along the said road, South 48° 40 minutes East, 50 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
D. 
Tax Map Parcel 8-6-30. All those seven certain vacant lots or plots of ground, known and designated as Lot Number 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25 and 27 in Section "C", in Plan Book No. 2 page 14, as follows:
Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the Southwesterly side of Swamp Road, as laid out on said Plan, with the Northwesterly side of Center Street (40 feet wide); thence extended along the said side of Swamp Road North 48° 40 minutes West 350 feet to a point; thence South 41° 20 minutes West 170 feet to a point; thence extending on a line parallel to Swamp Road South 48° 40 minutes East 350 feet to a point in the Northwesterly side of Center Street aforesaid; thence extending along the said side of Center Street North 41° 20 minutes East 170 feet to the point and place of beginning.
E. 
Tax Map Parcel 8-6-63. All those five certain lots or pieces of ground with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, known and numbered as Lots No. 2, 3, 5, 7 and 9, Section "E", on Plan of Doylestown Annex Tract, in Plan Book No. 2, page 14, bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point of intersection of the southwesterly side of Swamp Road, as shown on said plan, with the southeasterly side of Center Street (40 feet wide); thence from said point of beginning, extending along the said southwesterly side of Swamp Road South 48° 40 feet East 250 feet to a point, a corner of Lot Number 11 on said plan; thence extending along the same South 41° 20 feet West 170 feet to a point, a corner of Lot Number 8 on said plan; thence extending along the same and Lots 6, 4 and 1 North 48° 40 feet West 250 feet to a point on the Southeasterly side of Center Street, aforesaid; thence extending along the same North 41° 20 feet East 170 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown adopted pursuant to Chapter 27, Part 3, § 303, of the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Doylestown, is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as CI District — Central Industrial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as O District — Office:
ALL THAT CERTAIN lot, tract, area, or parcel of ground located in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, consisting of Bucks County Tax Parcel Numbers 08-005-009, 08-005-010, 08-005-012, 08-005-013, 08-005-014, and 08-005-015, as consolidated, all as depicted on the plan known as the "BOUNDARY SURVEY WITH TOPOGRAPHY" plan prepared by Carroll Engineering Corporation, 949 Easton Road, Warrington, Pennsylvania 18976, dated March 13, 2006 and being more fully and legally described as follows:
BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the title line and center line of Doyle Street (50 feet wide) with the title line and center line of Broad Street (33 feet wide);
THENCE (1) Extending along the said title line and center line of Broad Street, South 50° 43 minutes 37 seconds East, a distance of 551.80 feet to a point, said point being a point of intersection of the title line and center line of Broad Street and the title line and center line of Union Street (50 feet wide);
THENCE (2) Extending along the said title line and center line of Union Street, South 38° 02 minutes 56 seconds West a distance of 238.03 feet to a point;
THENCE (3) Leaving the said title line and center line of Union Street and extending along the common line of parcel 08-005-009, lands now or formerly of the County of Bucks and parcel 08-005-016, lands now or formerly of Le N. Hue, North 51° 55 minutes 37 seconds West, a distance of 286.15 feet to a point;
THENCE (4) Extending along the aforesaid common line of parcel 08-005-009, lands now or formerly of the County of Bucks and parcel 08-005-016, lands of Le N. Hue, South 37° 45 minutes 23 seconds West, a distance of 55.90 feet to an axle found;
THENCE (5) Extending along the said common line of parcel 08-005-009, lands now or formerly of the County of Bucks and parcel 08-004-342, lands now or formerly of Doyle Development, and crossing an iron bar found 26.34 feet from the center line of Doyle Street, North 51° 57 minutes 37 seconds West, a distance of 265.76 feet to a point on the title line and center line of Doyle Street (50 feet wide);
THENCE (6) Extending along the said title line and center line of Doyle Street, North 38° 02 minutes 23 seconds East, a distance of 305.64 feet to the aforesaid point of intersection of the title line and center line of Doyle Street (50 feet wide) with the title line and center line of Broad Street (33 feet wide), said point also being the PLACE OF BEGINNING.
SAID LANDS being the existing six Bucks County Tax Parcels, to wit: 08-005-009, 08-005-010, 08-005-012, 08-005-013, 08-005-014, and 08-005-015 on Block 5, in Doylestown Borough, as consolidated; CONTAINING in area 150,958 square feet or 3.4655 acres of land, more or less.
(This Section is reserved to accommodate future ordinances.)
(This Section is reserved to accommodate future ordinances.)
[Ord. 1973-1, 1/15/1973, § 2 and 7; as amended by Ord. 1983-11, 11/21/1983, § 3; and by Ord. 1999-3, 2/22/1999, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Retail Commercial (RC) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center lines of West State Street and West Court Street and extending therefrom in a southwesterly direction along the center line of West Court Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of West Court Street and Franklin Street; thence in a northwesterly direction along the center line of North Franklin Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of North Franklin Street and Beek Street; thence in a westerly direction along the center line of Beek Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Beek Street and West Street; thence in a westerly direction along the center line of West Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of West Street and Decatur Street and Wood Street; thence in an easterly direction along the center lines of Wood Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Wood Street and North Clinton Street, being the place of beginning of a zoning district formerly designated as Central Commercial (CC).
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Office (O) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center lines of East Court Street and Printer's Alley and extending therefrom in a northeasterly direction along the center line of East Court Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of East Court Street and Pine Street; thence in a southeasterly direction along the center line of Pine Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Pine Street and Garden Alley; thence in a southwesterly direction along the center line of Garden Alley to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Garden Alley and Printer's Alley; thence in a northwesterly direction along the center line of Printer's Alley to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Printer's Alley and East Court Street, the point and place of beginning.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC):
Beginning at a point in the center line of South Clinton Street at its point of intersection with the center line of West Court Street; thence along the center line of South Clinton Street in a general southeasterly direction to a point of intersection with the center line of Mary Street; thence along the center line of Mary Street in a general southwesterly direction a distance of 240 feet to a point; thence extending and continuing along the southwesterly side of those two lots known as Bucks County Tax Parcel Numbers 8-8-129-1 and 8-8-129 respectively in a general northwesterly direction to a point in the center line of West Court Street; thence along the center line of West Court Street in a general northeasterly direction to the point and place of beginning.
4. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown adopted pursuant to Chapter 27, Part 3, § 303 of the Code of Ordinances of the Borough of Doylestown, is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as CR District — Central Residential and to place such area into a zoning district designated as CC District — Central Commercial:
All that certain lot, tract area or parcel of ground located in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, situate at 78 Shewell Avenue, being Bucks County Tax Parcel Number 8-4-324 and being more fully described in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County, Pennsylvania in Land Record Book 2126 page 946.
[Ord. 1984-3, 2/24/1984, § 1; as amended by Ord. 1984-15, 8/20/1984, §§ 1 to 3; Ord. 1988-9, 4/18/1988, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Planned Industrial (PI) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free standing Commercial (FC).
Beginning at a corner on the southeasterly side of Atkinson Drive (50 feet wide), said corner being measured along the said side of Atkinson Drive North 39° 45 minutes East 472.63 feet from a corner of lands of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (T.P. #8-5-5); thence from the point of beginning along the said side of Atkinson Drive north 39° 45 minutes east 132.80 feet to an iron pin corner, being the corner of lands of Wilson G. Varcoe (T.P. #8-5-24); thence party along the said land and partly along land now or late of Lester A. Kohl and Marian H. Kohl (T.P. #8-5-26) south 3° 25 feet 15 inches east 182.09 feet to a point; thence north 50° 15 minutes west 124.58 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential Highrise (CR-H) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free-Standing Commercial (FC):
Beginning at a point in the bed of South Main Street (50 feet wide) and in line of lands of Bucks County Industrial Development Authority,
(1) 
Thence along the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority south 83° 26 feet west-463.98 feet to a point in line of lands now or formerly of David Burpee on the Doylestown Township/Doylestown Borough Municipal Boundary,
(2) 
Thence along Burpee and the municipal boundary north 13° 34 feet west 34.80 feet to a corner,
(3) 
Thence still along Burpee and the municipal boundary south 82° 40 feet west 13.42 feet to a point,
(4) 
Thence still along Burpee and the municipal boundary north 6° 52 feet 30 inches west 442.15 feet to a corner of Burpee, the 30 feet access strip to Hart Avenue and Clinton Street,
(5) 
Thence along the 30 feet access strip north 83° 39 feet east 200.68 feet to a point of curvature,
(6) 
Thence along a curve to the left in a northeasterly direction having a radius of 30 feet the arc distance of 47.12 feet to a point on the southerly side of Hart Avenue,
(7) 
Thence into the bed of Hart Avenue north 6° 21 feet west 20 feet to a point,
(8) 
Thence along the bed of Hart Avenue north 83° 39 feet east 102.36 feet to a point,
(9) 
Thence south 6° 21 feet east 20 feet to a point on the southerly side of Hart Avenue,
(10) 
Thence along Tax Parcel #8-8-381 south 6° 40 feet east 125 feet to a point,
(11) 
Thence still along Tax Parcel #8-8-381 north 83° 39 feet east 25 feet to a corner of lands now or formerly of Alfred Croce,
(12) 
Thence along lands of Croce south 6° 40 feet east 140 feet to a point,
(13) 
Thence still along lands of Croce north 83° 39 feet east 125 feet to a point in the bed of South Main Street,
(14) 
Thence along the bed of South Main Street south 6° 40 feet east 239.64 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Commercial (CC) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free-Standing Commercial (FC):
Beginning at a point on the Doylestown Township/Doylestown Borough Municipal Boundary and the property line of the Burpee Tract in line with the extended center of Hart Avenue,
(1) 
Thence along the extended center of Hart Avenue north 83° 39 feet east 216.21 feet to a point in the intersection of Hart Avenue & Clinton Street,
(2) 
Thence through the bed of Clinton Street south 6° 21 feet east 20 feet to a point on the southerly side of Hart Avenue,
(3) 
Thence along the center of a 30 feet wide access to Burpee Tract and an arc to the right in a southwesterly direction having a radius of 15 feet the arc distance of 23.56 feet to a point,
(4) 
Thence along the center of the 30 feet access strip south 83° 39 feet west 200.86 to a point on the Doylestown Township/Doylestown Borough Municipal Boundary,
(5) 
Thence along the municipal boundary north 6° 52 feet 30 inches west 15 feet to a point,
(6) 
Along the municipal boundary and the Burpee property line north 7° four feet 28 inches west 20 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
4. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential Highrise (CR-H) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free-Standing Commercial (FC):
Beginning at a point of curvature on the southerly side of Hart Avenue, (40 feet wide), said point being south 83° 39 feet west 227.36 feet from the westerly side of South Main Street, (50 feet wide).
(1) 
Thence along lands of Sidney D. & Betty G. Simon and an arc to the right in a southwesterly direction having a radius of 30 feet the arc distance of 47.12 feet,
(2) 
Thence still along lands of Simon south 83° 39 feet west 200.68 feet to a corner of lands of Burpee on the Doylestown Township/Doylestown Borough Municipal Boundary,
(3) 
Thence along the municipal boundary north 6° 52 feet 30 inches west 15 feet to the center of the 30 feet wide access for Burpee to Hart and Clinton Street,
(4) 
Thence along the center of the 30 feet wide access strip north 83° 39 feet west 200.86 feet to a point of curvature,
(5) 
Thence along a curve to the left in a northeasterly direction having a radius of 15 feet the arc distance of 23.56 feet to a point on the southerly side of Hart Avenue,
(6) 
Thence into the bed of Hart Avenue north 6° 21 feet west 20 feet to a point,
(7) 
Thence still in the bed of Hart Avenue north 83° 39 feet east 15 feet to a point,
(8) 
Thence through the bed of Hart Avenue south 6° 21 feet east 20 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
5. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Retail Commercial District (R-1) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free-Standing Commercial (FC).
A. 
All those three certain lots or parcels of ground situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania situate along the East Side of South Main Street and being more fully described in Deed Book 2721 Page 629 and Deed Book 2724 page 1134, Being Bucks County Tax Map Parcel Numbers 8-8-469, 8-8-469-1 and 8-8-470, as consolidated.
6. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as R-3 District — Residential 3 and to place such area into a zoning district designated as FC District — Freestanding Commercial:
[Added by Ord. No. 2018-1, 1/22/2018]
All that certain lot, tract, area, or parcel of ground located in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, consisting of Bucks County Tax Map Parcel Number 08-011-041-061, and being more fully and legally described as follows:
Beginning at a point formed by the intersection of the northerly legal right-of-way line 'limited access' of Ramp 'L' (A.K.A. U.S. Route 202, A.K.A. S.R. 0202, A.K.A. L.R. 1062, variable width right-of-way), with the easterly title and legal right-of-way line of South Main Street (A.K.A. U.S. Route 611, A.K.A. S.R. 1001, A.K.A. L.R. 151, one-hundred-twenty-foot-wide right-of-way), and from said point of beginning running, thence;
1. Along the easterly title and legal right-of-way line of South Main Street, north 08° 20 minutes 17 seconds west, a distance of 205.48 feet to a point, thence;
The following three courses and distances along the dividing line between Tax Map Parcel 8-11-41-61, lands now or formerly Provco Pinegood Doylestown South, LLC and Tax Map Parcel 8-11-41-22, lands now or formerly Regent Valley Builders Inc. & Trevose Service Corporation:
2. North 80° 50 minutes 40 seconds east, a distance of 257.22 feet to a rebar, thence;
3. South 09° 09 minutes 20 seconds east, a distance of 68.00 feet to a point, thence;
4. North 80° 50 minutes 40 seconds east, a distance of 106.71 feet to a point, thence;
5. Along the common dividing line between Tax Map Parcel 8-11-41-61; Tax Map Parcel 8-11-41-54, lands now or formerly Lausten; and Tax Map Parcel 8-11-41-53, lands now or formerly Nolan, south 08° 45 minutes 20 seconds east, a distance of 164.22 feet to a point on the northerly legal right-of-way line 'limited access' of Ramp 'L', thence;
The following two courses and distances along the northerly legal right-of-way line 'limited access' of Ramp 'L':
6. Along the arc of a circle curving to the left, having a radius of 2,000.00 feet, a central angle of 07° 53 minutes 09 seconds, an arc length of 275.27 feet, a chord bearing south 81° 05 minutes 44 seconds west and a chord distance of 275.05 feet to a point of non-tangency, thence;
7. North 83° 24 minutes 35 seconds west, a distance of 94.21 feet to the point and place of beginning.
Containing 75, 241 square feet or 1.727 acres.
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Central Industrial (CI):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Union Street and North Broad Street and extending therefrom in a northwesterly direction along the center line of North Broad Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of North Broad Street and Doyle Street; thence in a southwesterly direction along the center line of Doyle Street approximately 176.5 feet to a point; thence in a southeasterly direction along the rear of properties fronting on North Broad Street to a point along the center line of Union Street; thence northeastwardly along the center line of Union Street to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of Union Street and North Broad Street, the point and place of beginning.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Central Industrial (CI):
Beginning at a point in or near the center of Doyle Street (50 feet wide) which point is measured the following course and distance from a steel axle in or near the center of Broad Street, viz: (1) south 39° 43 minutes west 457.09 feet to the point and place of beginning; thence extending along Lot No. 1 as shown on said plan south 51° 17 minutes east 266.30 feet to a point; thence extending along land of Joe Monahan south 39° 23 minutes west 48.75 feet to an iron pin; thence extending along lands of David C. Phy, William Kernen and Recreation Group Inc. north 51° 23 minutes 35 seconds west 266.60 feet to a steel axle; thence extending in and along the center of Doyle Street north 39° 43 minutes east 53.91 feet to the point and place of beginning, known as 130 Doyle Street.
Beginning at a point in or near the center of Doyle Street (50 feet wide), which point is measured the following course and distance from a steel axle in or near the center of Broad Street, viz: (1) south 39° 43 minutes west 405.72 feet to the point and place of beginning; thence extending along lands of George Barbine south 50° 17 minutes east 266 feet to an iron pin; thence extending along lands of Paul Mills and Joe Monahan south 39° 23 minutes west 51.37 feet to a point; thence extending along Lot No. 2 of said plan north 50° 17 minutes west 266.30 feet to a point; thence extending in and along the center of Doyle Street north 39° 43 minutes east 51.37 feet to the point and place of beginning, known as 120 Doyle Street.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential-2 (R-2) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Free-Standing Commercial (FC):
Beginning at a common corner of land now or late of the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and lands now or late of the Borough of Doylestown, said point located the following two courses and distances from the intersection of the center line of East Street and the center line of North Street; (1) along the center line of North Street N 38° 23 feet 30 inches E 235.40 feet to a point; thence N 51° 46 feet 30 inches W 385.01 feet; thence extending from the point of beginning along the said Bucks County Industrial Development Authority the following two courses and distances; (1) N 47° 45 feet W 88.75 feet to a point; (2) N 43° 38 feet E 140.24 feet to a corner of lands now or late of N. T. Hao and V. Ho; thence along the same S 47° 45 feet E 88.75 feet to a corner of lands now or late of Thomas & Loretta Stotsenburgh; thence along the same and lands now or late of William C & Sara F. Stotsenburgh S 43° 38 feet W 140.24 feet to the first mentioned point and place of beginning.
[Ord. 1973-1, 1/15/1973, § 1; as amended by Ord. 1973-6, 3/20/1973, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Central Residential (CR) and to place such area in a zoning district designated as Planned Industrial (PI):
Beginning at a point marking the intersection of the center line of a proposed street known as Chapman's Lane and center of the bed of a creek between North Main Street and Hillcrest Drive, and extending therefrom in a southwesterly direction along the center line of the bed of said creek to a point marking the intersection of the center lines of the bed of said creek and North Broad Street; thence extending therefrom in a northwesterly direction along the center line of North Broad Street to a point of intersection of the center line of North Broad Street and corner of the lot in the plan of development of Sandy Ridge Acres, known as Lot. No. 97; thence northeasterly along said Lot No. 97 for a distance of 169.95 feet; thence in a generally northeasterly direction along the rear of lots on the Plan of Sandy Ridge Acres having frontage on Broad Street, Hillcrest Circle, and Hillcrest Drive to a point marking the intersection of the center line of Murray Drive and a corner of the lot in the plan of development of Sandy Ridge Acres known as Lot No. 21; thence in a generally southeasterly direction along the center line of proposed Chapman's Lane to the place and point of origin.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as Residential 3 (R-3) and to place such area into a zoning district designated as Planned Industrial (PI):
All that certain tract or parcel of land with the buildings and improvements thereon erected, situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described according to a survey and plan dated June 6, 1957 made by Donal Weisel, registered Surveyor, as follows, to wit: Beginning at an iron spike in the middle of a lane or driveway leading to North Main Street and in the middle of a small bridge carrying the said land or driveway over Cook's Run; thence by lands of Lewis Jamison and by lands about to be conveyed by Doylestown Farmers Market, Inc. to Doylestown Country Fair, Inc. of Doylestown, and along the middle of the aforesaid lane or driveway North 54° 27 minutes west 100.38 feet to an iron bolt a corner; thence by the last mentioned lands the four following courses and distances: (1) south 35° 33 minutes west 17 feet to an iron pipe a corner; (2) north 54° 21 minutes west 128.01 feet to an iron pipe a corner; (3) south 35° 17 minutes west 58.39 feet to an iron pipe a corner; (4) north 51° 58 minutes west 183.86 feet to an iron pipe a corner; thence by other lands of Lewis Jamison north 38° two minutes east 262.38 feet to an iron pipe a corner in a line of lands of the Estate of Francis Mireau, deceased, thence along the said line (passing over an iron pipe 22.88 feet from the end of this line) and by the first above-mentioned lands of Lewis Jamison south 49° 32 minutes east 388.02 feet to an iron pipe a corner in Cook's Run; thence down Cook's Run by the said lands of Lewis Jamison south 30° 38 minutes west 162.40 feet to the place of beginning. Containing 1.975 acres of land. Together with the use in common with Doylestown Country Fair, Inc. of Doylestown and Lewis Jamison the abutting owners of the present paved driveway the center line of which is designated by the first above described course and distance, and the use of a right-of-way 25 feet wide through lands of Lewis Jamison on the present driveway to North Main Street, the center line of which runs from the above described iron spike in the small bridge over Cook's Run south 52° 59 minutes east 641.64 feet to a point and south 53° 39 minutes east 714.97 feet to a point in North Main Street.
[Ord. 2000-5, 6/26/2000, § 4]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as PI District — Planned Industrial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as TND-1 Traditional Neighborhood Development 1 District:
All those two certain lots or parcels of ground situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the northerly corner of Broad Street and Veterans Lane, being Bucks County Tax Parcels No. 8-17-4 and No. 8-17-5 and being more fully described in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County in Deed Book 1387, Page 551, and Deed Book 1751, Page 254.
[Ord. 2003-7, 8/18/2003, § 4; and by Ord. No. 2005-13, 10/17/2005, § 1]
1. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as FC District — Freestanding Commercial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as TND-2 Traditional Neighborhood Development 2 District:
All those two certain lots or parcels of ground situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, along the westerly side of North Main Street north of its intersection with Union Street, being Bucks County Tax Parcels No. 08-005-035 and No. 08-005-037 and being more fully described in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County in Deed Book 1752 Page 1401 and Deed Book 23 Page 1908, respectively.
2. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning districts designated in part as PI District — Planned Industrial and in part FC District — Freestanding Commercial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as TND-2 Traditional Neighborhood Development 2 District:
All that certain lot or parcel of ground situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, along the westerly side of North Main Street north of its intersection with Union Street, being Bucks County Tax Parcel No. 08-005-036 and being more fully described in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County in Deed Book 23 Page 1908.
3. 
The Zoning Map of the Borough of Doylestown is hereby amended so as to remove the following described geographical area from a zoning district designated as FC District — Freestanding Commercial and to place such area into a zoning district designated as TND-2 Traditional Neighborhood Development-2 District:
All that certain lot or parcel of ground situate in the Borough of Doylestown, County of Bucks, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, along the easterly side of North Main Street south of its intersection with Swamp Road, being Bucks County Tax Parcel No. 08-002-001 and being more fully described in the Office of the Recorder of Deeds of Bucks County in Deed Book 3860 Page 923.