Town of Pinedale, WY
Sublette County
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[Amended 4-26-2010 by Ord. No. 450]
In order to effectively carry out the provisions of these regulations, the lands within the corporate limits of the Town and lands immediately surrounding the Town which are within the jurisdiction of the Town to regulate shall be divided into the following zoning districts:
Agricultural District
Suburban Residential District
Single-Family Residential District
Single-Family and Multifamily Residential District
Single-Family and Multifamily Residential Uses and Public Uses in the Historic Area District
Multifamily Residential District
Mobile Home District
Central Business District
Highway Commercial District
Light Industrial District
Heavy Industrial District
Utility District
[Amended 1981 by Ord. No. 85]
The boundaries of the zoning districts established in § 475-12 shall be established as shown on a map entitled "District Zoning Map, Pinedale, Wyoming." This map, and all official amendments thereto, are declared to be a part of this chapter.
Unless otherwise defined, district boundary lines are intended to be lot lines; the center line of streets, alleys, channelized waterways or other similar rights-of-way; the center line of blocks; section or township or township lines; municipal corporate lines; the center line of streambeds; or other lines dimensioned or drawn to scale on the District Zoning Map.
Editor's Note: The Zoning Map is available from the Town Hall.
[Amended 1981 by Ord. No. 85; 1993 by Ord. No. 255]
If any land within the corporate boundaries of the Town, or within the jurisdiction of the Town to regulate, is not zoned within one of the enumerated districts, no permit shall issue for the use of the land or for the erection or alteration of any structure on such land until zoned. The Town Council shall assign a zoning classification to such land in accordance with the procedures for amendment of the Zoning Map.
[Amended 1981 by Ord. No. 85]
The provisions of this chapter shall apply uniformly within all zoning districts bearing the same classification as designated on the District Zoning Map; provided, however, that:
Where an ownership of record is divided by a district boundary line, each parcel thus created equal to or exceeding the minimum zone lot size as established by this resolution shall conform to the regulations pertaining to the zoning district in which each parcel is located.
Where an ownership of record is divided by a district boundary line, any parcel thus created which is smaller than the minimum lot size for the district in which it is located may be combined with the larger parcel and used for a use permitted in the zone district in which the larger of the two parcels is located.
Where an ownership of record is divided by a district boundary line and both parcels thus created are smaller than the minimum zone lot size for the districts in which they are located, then the parcels may be combined and used for a use permitted in the most restrictive of the zoning districts.
[Added 1993 by Ord. No. 260; amended 8-23-2010 by Ord. No. 461]
Except where specifically prohibited by applicable ordinance, use may be made of zoned land which is higher and better than that for which it is zoned. For purposes of this section, the descending order of highest and best use to which this section applies is R-1, R-2, R-2A, R-4, C-1, C-2, I-1 and I-2. Where land is used for a higher and better use than that for which zoned, the zoning ordinances as established for the higher and better use will apply.