Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets

Last updated 1/11/2018

This layer is a subset of the zoning boundaries for the City and County of Denver, Colorado to reflect the zone districts in the ‘new code’ that permit food retail sales as a primary use. ‘Primary Food Sales or Market’ is a subset of the ‘Primary Commercial Sales, Services, and Repair’ uses category (Section 11.12.4). Food sales or markets are further defined in Section 11.12.4.7.B.4 as retail establishments primarily engaged in the retail sale of food and beverages for offsite or home consumption. Typical uses include supermarkets, groceries, markets, or delicatessens. This definition includes, but is not limited to, all uses in the following SIC group: 54 Food stores. Additional limitations can be found in Section 11.4.11.1 of the official zoning code. The zoning boundaries data layer is governed by ordinance and is only changed accordingly. Please note: this layer applies to the ‘new code’ only. Zones carried over from the 1956 zoning code, as well as 'DIA', 'OS-A', 'PUD', 'PUD-G' zones, need to be reviewed individually.

Resources

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Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - Shapefile shp Download
Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - AutoCAD DWG dwg Download
Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - Google KML kml Download/Open with Google Earth
Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - Comma-Separated Values csv Download
Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - Metadata xml Download
Zoning for Primary Food Sales or Markets - Esri File Geodatabase gdb Download

Details

Author City and County of Denver, Community Planning and Development
Maintainer City and County of Denver, Technology Services / Denver GIS Data
Maintainer Email denvergis@denvergov.org
Version 1.0.107
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