Providence City Land Use Code is comprised of Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations and Title 11 Subdivision Regulations.
The purposes of these land use codes are to:
- protect and promote the health, safety, order, prosperity, and general welfare of the present and future inhavitants of the City. This includes the regulations on the height and size of buildings and other strucutres, percentage of lot that may be occupied, size of yards, courts, and other open spaces, density of population, and use of buildings, structures and land for trade, industry, residence or other purposes, and the landscaping thereof; and
- promote an adequate and efficient street and road system, to preven congestion on streets and promote traffic safety, to secure desirable public space, to ensure proper distribution of population, to provide for adequate utilities and public improvements, to provide for orderly growth and to improve the health, safety and general welfare of the people.
The executive staff review, unless otherwise noted, takes place on Tuesdays in the Providence City Council Chambers (164 North Gateway Drive). New applications and answers to review comments must be received at the City Office by Thursday at 4:00 p.m. for review the following Tuesday.
For land use application and checklists, click here.New
Reviewing staff includes, but is not limited to:(
Skarlet Bankhead, Administrative Services Director
Chad Woolley, City Attorney
Max Pierce, City Engineer
Rob Stapley, Public Works Director
Aaron Walker, Logan City Fire Dept.
Shari Phippen, Zoning
Tara Bankhead, Public Works Office Specialist
Roy Snedden, Council Member
Don Calderwood, Mayor
Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 6 Use Regulations contains the Use Chart
. To use the chart, find your area on the Zoning Map
, the Zone abbreviations are listed across the top row of the chart. Look down the column for the uses in that zone.
Providence City Code Title 10 Zoning Regulations, Chapter 8 Area Regulations
contains the Space Requirement Chart. To use the chart, find your area on the Zoning Map
, the Zone abbreviations are listed across the top row of the chart. Look down the column for the requirements in that zone.