Zoning Dictionary

Category: Residential Uses

Townhouse

A residential dwelling unit which is connected by one or more walls to a series of similar units, usually sharing the same street frontage.

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Trailer Site

An area of land within a trailer park that is or is intended to be occupied by one trailer, or similar vehicle within the meaning of a trailer and with adequate access to a driveway or public street.

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Tree House

A structure or building above ground level and not designed for continuous habitation, using a tree for part of its support.

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Vacation Home

A second home, owned or rented, usually used seasonally and located in an area with nearby recreational opportunities or amenities.

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Walk-up Apartment

An apartment building of more than two stories that is not equipped with an elevator.

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Zero Lot Line Housing

A housing unit that is located on one of the side lot lines that the unit is located upon.

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