R Street Special Planning District (Zoning)
Land use development standards for the R Street Corridor are regulated by a special district within the City of Sacramento Zoning Code. The R Street Special Planning District (SPD) regulates standards such as specific land uses, height, setbacks, density, and parking.
R STREET CORRIDOR ZONING CODE UPDATE
The City adopted a comprehensive update of the zoning code on April 9. 2013. As part of this update, City Council approved changes to a few sections of the R Street Corridor Special Planning District (SPD).
What changed ?
- Increase density in RMX and OB zone within ¼ mile of the 13th and 16th Streets
- light stations from 60 dwelling units per net acre to 100 dwelling units per net acre
- Allow increase in the commercial area of buildings in the RMX zone from 20% to 35%
- Refer to base zones for land use regulations
- Use revised citywide standards for open space, stepbacks, and parking
- Delete outdated community plan information.
- Use an easier-to-read map instead of tables to regulate height (no changes in height standards)
What remained the same in the R Street Corridor SPD?
- Allowed building height in the R Street SPD will remain the same.
- Allowed density in the C-2-SPD zone will not increase.
- Auto sales or service, drive-through restaurants, gas stations, towing service, vehicle storage yards and other prohibited uses will continue to be prohibited in the R Street Corridor SPD.
- Housing will still be required in the OB and RMX zones.
Teresa Haenggi, Associate Planner, Community Development Department
(916) 808-7554, email@example.com
Current R Street Zoning Code