Town of Monroe, NY
Orange County
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For the purposes of this chapter, the Town of Monroe is hereby divided into the following classes of districts:
A. 
Residence districts:
(1) 
OSR-3 Open Space Residential District.
(2) 
RR-1 Rural Residential District.
(3) 
SR-20 Suburban Residential District (20,000-square-foot lot with central sewer).
(4) 
SR-15 Suburban Residential District (15,000-square-foot lot with central sewer).
(5) 
SR-10 Suburban Residential District (10,000-square-foot lot with central sewer).
(6) 
UR-M Urban Residential-Multifamily District.
B. 
Nonresidential districts:
(1) 
NB Neighborhood Business District.
(2) 
GB General Business District.
(3) 
LI Light Industry District.
(4) 
HI Heavy Industry District.
C. 
Overlay districts:
(1) 
RP-O Ridge Protection Overlay.
(2) 
WSP-O Water Supply Protection Overlay.
(3) 
BP-O Business Park Overlay.
(4) 
UT-O Utility Tower Overlay.
A. 
The boundaries of each zoning district is hereby established as shown on the Zoning Map of the Town of Monroe, dated June 2017, which map may be amended from time to time.[1] Said map and all changes contained therein are hereby incorporated and declared to be part of this Zoning Chapter. The Zoning Map of the Town of Monroe dated December 7, 1999, as amended from time to time, is hereby superseded in its entirety by the aforementioned Zoning Map.
[1]
Editor's Note: Said map is included as an attachment to this chapter.
B. 
The district boundary lines, unless shown otherwise, are intended generally to follow street corner lines, railroad right-of-way lines, reservoirs, lakes or other bodies of water, watercourses, lot lines or boundaries of subdivisions or Town boundary lines or the straight-line projections of such lines, all as shown on the Zoning Map. Where a district boundary line does not follow such a line, its position is shown on the Zoning Map by a specific dimension expressing its distance in feet from such a street center line or other boundary line as indicated.
C. 
In case of uncertainty as to the true location of a district boundary line in a particular instance, the determination thereof shall be made by the Building Inspector. An appeal may be taken to the Board of Appeals as provided in § 57-64.
D. 
(Reserved)
Attachment A, the Schedule of District Regulations, is hereby made a part of this Zoning Chapter.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Said schedule is included as an attachment to this chapter.