Town of Glocester, RI
Providence County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Glocester 10-8-1965, as amended through 5-20-2004. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Planning and zoning — See Charter, Art. XII.
Planning Board — See Ch. 106.
Building permits — See Ch. 145.
Camping and travel trailer parks — See Ch. 151.
Drainage — See Ch. 162.
Earth removal — See Ch. 166.
Erosion and sediment control — See Ch. 177.
Excavations, holes and wells — See Ch. 181.
Historical and archaeological burial sites — See Ch. 195.
Mobile homes and house trailers — See Ch. 208.
Stormwater management — See Ch. 243.
Affordable housing — See Ch. 286.
Trees — See Ch. 251.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 300.
Fee Schedule — See Ch. 368.
Historic Commission Rules and Regulations — See Ch. A423.
Attachment 1 - Table of Use Regulations Attachment 2 - Table of Dimensional Regulations Attachment 3 - Zoning Map Attachment 4 - Historic District Designation Map Attachment 5 - Village Overlay District Map
Article I Administration and Procedures

§ 350-1 Statement of purpose.

§ 350-2 Consistency with Comprehensive Community Plan.

§ 350-3 Coordination with contiguous communities.

§ 350-4 Compliance with use, dimension and density regulations required.

§ 350-5 Definitions.

§ 350-6 Districts; Zoning Map.

§ 350-7 Administration and enforcement.

§ 350-8 Zoning Board of Review.

§ 350-9 Appeals.

§ 350-10 Judicial aid in enforcement; vested rights.

Article II Zoning District Use Regulations

§ 350-11 Table of Use Regulations.

§ 350-12 Prohibited uses.

Article III District Dimensional Regulations

§ 350-13 Table of Dimensional Regulations.

Article IV Planned Districts

§ 350-14 Findings.

§ 350-15 Purpose.

§ 350-16 Objectives.

§ 350-17 Standards and requirements for P-Districts.

§ 350-18 Procedure and applications.

§ 350-19 Findings required.

§ 350-20 Planning Board and Town Council action.

§ 350-21 Utilities.

§ 350-22 P-Districts created.

Article V Sign Regulations

§ 350-23 Definitions.

§ 350-24 Off-premises signs.

§ 350-25 Permit required.

§ 350-26 Permitted signs.

§ 350-27 Signs prohibited in all zones.

§ 350-28 Sign plazas.

§ 350-29 Gasoline filling and service stations.

§ 350-30 Safety and maintenance.

§ 350-31 Residential signs.

§ 350-32 Commercial and industrial signs.

§ 350-33 Signs in Historic District.

Article VI Off-Street Parking and Loading

§ 350-34 Findings.

§ 350-35 Off-street parking space requirements.

§ 350-36 Minimum requirements.

§ 350-37 Location.

§ 350-38 Joint use.

§ 350-39 Plans, construction and landscaping.

§ 350-40 Commercial vehicles.

§ 350-41 Off-street loading requirements.

Article VII Special Regulations

§ 350-42 Yard exceptions.

§ 350-43 Number of structures.

§ 350-44 Vision clearance at corners.

§ 350-45 Height exceptions.

§ 350-46 Solar facilities.

§ 350-47 Lots divided by zoning district boundaries.

§ 350-48 Access to state and Town roads.

§ 350-49 Accessory family dwelling unit.

§ 350-50 Gasoline stations.

§ 350-51 Motels.

§ 350-52 Highway Commercial Zones.

§ 350-53 Freshwater wetlands.

§ 350-54 Drive-in businesses.

§ 350-55 Special flood hazard areas and flood-fringe lands.

§ 350-56 Wireless communications facilities.

§ 350-57 Development plan review.

§ 350-58 Land unsuitable for development.

§ 350-58.1 Personal marijuana cultivation.

Article VIII Nonconforming Uses

§ 350-59 Scope.

§ 350-60 Continuance.

§ 350-61 Discontinuance or abandonment.

§ 350-62 Destruction.

§ 350-63 Change of use.

§ 350-64 Enlargement of nonconforming use.

§ 350-65 Exemption.

§ 350-66 Substandard lots of record.

Article IX Historic District Zoning

§ 350-67 Authority.

§ 350-68 Legislative intent.

§ 350-69 Definitions.

§ 350-70 Designation of Historic Districts.

§ 350-71 Historic District Commission.

§ 350-72 Certificates and recommendations.

§ 350-73 Failure of Commission to act.

§ 350-74 Advisory role of Commission.

§ 350-75 Exceptions.

§ 350-76 Violations and penalties.

§ 350-77 Appeals.

§ 350-78 Enforcement.

§ 350-79 Amendments.

§ 350-80 Periodic review.

Article X Rural Residential Compounds

§ 350-81 Findings.

§ 350-82 Purpose.

§ 350-83 Conditions for consideration.

§ 350-84 Design standards.

§ 350-85 Application process.

§ 350-86 Conditions for approval.

§ 350-87 Common private way.

Article XI Comprehensive Permit for Low- and Moderate-Income Housing

§ 350-88 Purpose.

§ 350-89 Applicability of article.

§ 350-90 Authority to grant comprehensive permit.

§ 350-91 Definitions.

§ 350-92 Eligible entities and projects.

§ 350-93 Application procedure.

§ 350-94 Notice and hearing requirements.

§ 350-95 Decisions.

§ 350-96 Appeals.

§ 350-97 Procedure for filing appeal with State Housing Appeals Board.

§ 350-98 Proceedings and decision of State Housing Appeals Board.

§ 350-99 (Reserved)

Article XII Conservation Developments

§ 350-100 Purpose.

§ 350-101 Applicability.

§ 350-102 Permitted uses.

§ 350-103 Maximum number of units.

§ 350-104 Lot dimensional requirements.

§ 350-105 Open space in conservation developments.

Article XIII Village Overlay District

§ 350-106 Findings.

§ 350-107 Purpose.

§ 350-108 Applicability.

§ 350-109 District boundaries.

§ 350-110 Subdistricts.

§ 350-111 Land uses.

§ 350-112 Dimensional regulations.

§ 350-113 Mix of commercial-residential.

§ 350-114 Development plan review.

§ 350-115 Drive-up and drive-through windows.

§ 350-116 Service roads and service areas.

§ 350-117 Other considerations.

§ 350-118 Design standards.

§ 350-119 Outdoor displays.