Zoning Regulations

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The purpose of Marion's Zoning Regulations is to establish standards and procedures that:

  • Implement the Comprehensive Plan for the community;
  • Promote, preserve and protect the health, safety, morals and general welfare of the community;
  • Preserve architecturally, historically and archaeologically signification ares of the community;
  • Preserve environmental sensitive areas of the community;
  • Provide a balance between the rights of the landowners and the responsibility and authority of the City to review and regulate the subdivision of land and the installation of public improvements within the community; and
  • Provide for a balance between the rights of individual land owners and the economic, social and environmental concerns of the public.

We are located on second floor of City Hall, 1225 6th Avenue; our hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Staff is available in person, by phone (319) 743-6320, or by email.

 Chapter 176 Marion Zoning Regulations
Section  Section Title   Section   Section Title
 176.01  Adoption
176.25
 I-1, Restricted Industrial
 176.02  Intent & Purpose  176.26   I-1P, Industrial Park
 176.03  Compatibility with Community Plan 176.27
 I-2, General Industrial
 176.04  Establishment of Districts & Map 176.28   Cluster Development Option
 176.05  Zoning District Map 176.29  Parking & Loading Regulations
 176.06  Rules & Definitions 176.30   Home Occupations
 176.07  General Provisions 176.31   Signs
 176.08  A-1, Rural Restricted 176.32   Accessory Buildings & Uses
 176.09  R-1, Low Density Single-Family Residential  176.33   Nonconforming Uses, Buildings & Structures
 176.10  R-2, Medium Density Single Family Residential 176.34
 Planned Development Districts
 176.11  R-3, Two Family Residential  176.35   Supplemental Regulations
 176.12  R-4, Four Family Residential  176.36
Zoning Board of Adjustment
 176.13  R-5, Moderate Density Multiple Family Residential 176.37
 Administration & Enforcement
 176.14  R-6, High Density Multiple Family Residential 176.38   Major Streets
 176.15  R-6A, Medium Density Multiple Family Residential  176.39   Flood Hazard Area Regulations
 176.16  Manufactured Mobile Home Communities 176.40
 Wireless Communications Towers & Antennas
 176.17  RT-1, Residential Transitional 176.41   Amendments
 176.18  O-1, Office Transitional 176.42   Violation & Penalty
 176.19  O-2, Office Park 176.43   Landscaping & Screening Standards
 176.20  C-1, Neighborhood Commercial 176.44   EU, Exclusive Use District
 176.21  C-2, Central Business District  176.45   EU-1, Exclusive Use Zone 1, Sanitary Landfill
 176.22  C-3, General Commercial  176.46
 Wind Energy Conversion System
 176.23  C-3P, Commercial Park 176.47  Central Corridor Overlay District
 176.24  C-4, Warehouse Commercial  176.48  Moratoriums
     176.49  Urban Agriculture
     176.50  Central Corridor Zoning Districts
     176.51  New Zoning District Classifications
     176.52  Use Standards
    176.53   Marion Municipal Airport Land Use & Height Overlay Zoning
       Editor's Note

Amendments to the Zoning Regulations are reviewed and recommended by the Planning & Zoning Commission to the City Council.  Amendments to the City Code are approved by City Ordinance.

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