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A 5 meter buffered boundary created from the Zoning Downtown Designated Streets lines. The data was designed to intersect with the neighboring lots along each segment of the designated streets.The review of the Zoning Regulations of 1958, as amended, was a project that began in 2007. The new Zoning Regulations of 2016 were published on March 4, 2016 and effective on September 6, 2016.The purposes of the Downtown (D) zones (D-1-R, D-2, D-3, D-4, D-4-R, D-5,D-5-R, D-6, D-6-R, D-7, and D-8) are to provide for the orderly development and use of land and structures in areas the Comprehensive Plan generally characterized as:(a) Central Washington; or(b) Appropriate for a high-density mix of office, retail, service, residential, entertainment, lodging, institutional, and other uses, often grouped into neighborhoods with distinct identities.Detailed information at http://dcoz.dc.gov.Created as part of the Zoning Regulations of 2016. Effective September 6, 2016 per Zoning Commission Order 08-06A https://app.dcoz.dc.gov/Content/Search/ViewCaseReport.aspx?case_id=08-06A

Dataset Attributes

  • OBJECTID
    Number
  • Shape
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  • CATEGORY
    Text
    {"value"=>"Secondary Street", "count"=>100} (), {"value"=>"Tertiary Street", "count"=>96} (), {"value"=>"Primary Street", "count"=>91} ()
  • Shape_Length
    Number
  • Shape_Area
    Number

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