West Palm Beach Florida Zoning Map

The Zoning Map for the City of West Palm Beach in Florida divides the city’s real estate into zones based on land use and building regulations.

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Quick Stats: West Palm Beach’s Most Common Zones

Conservation - CON


52.88% Land Coverage

21,688 Area

Residential Planned Development - RPD


14.94% Land Coverage

6,129 Area

Community Service - CS


5.77% Land Coverage

2,368 Area

Single Family Low Density Residential - SF7


5.3% Land Coverage

2,172 Area

Community Service Planned Development - CSPD


3.36% Land Coverage

1,377 Area

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West Palm Beach, Florida Zoning Districts Explained

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Zone Code Zone Name
BMUD-II Broadway Mixed-use District-Building Type II
BMUD-I Broadway Mixed-use District-Building Type I
BPD-5 Brelsford Park District-5
BPD-R Brelsford Park District-Residential
CAD-5 Cultural Arts District-5
CC2 City Center Lake Front
CLD-25 Clearlake District-25
CMPD Commercial Marine Planned Development
CMUD-CORE IA Currie Mixed Use District-Core IA
CMUD-CORE II Currie Mixed Use District-Core II
CMUD-CORE I Currie Mixed Use District-Core I
CMUD-EDGE Currie Mixed Use District-Edge
CMUD-T Transition
CON Conservation
CP-CS Coleman Park Community Service
CP-I Coleman Park Industrial
CP-MF14C2 Coleman Park Multifamily 14-Historic Context 2
CP-MF14 Coleman Park Multifamily 14
CP-MF32 Coleman Park Multifamily 32
CP-NC Coleman Park Neighborhood Commercial
CP-POR Coleman Park Professional Office Residential
CP-ROS Coleman Park Recreation And Open Space
CP-SF11 Coleman Park Single Family 11
CPD Commercial Planned Development
CSPD Community Service Planned Development
CS Community Service
CWD-10 Clematis Waterfront District-10
CWD-5 Clematis Waterfront District-5
CWD-CD Clematis Waterfront District-Conservation District
DPUD Downtown Planned Unit Development
FWD-5 Flagler Waterfront District-5
GC General Commercial
ICD-2 Industrial Chic District-2
ICD-5 Industrial Chic District-5
IL Industrial Light
IPD Industrial Planned Development
I Industrial
LD-10 Loftin District-10
LD-4 Loftin District-4
LD-5 Loftin District-5
LD-R Loftin District-Residential
MF14-C1 Historic Multifamily Low Density Residential Context 1
MF14-C2 Historic Multifamily Low Density Residential Context 2
MF14 Multifamily Low Density Residential
MF20-C1 Historic Multifamily Medium Density Residential Context 1
MF20 Multifamily Medium Density Residential
MF32-C1 Historic Multifamily High Density Residential Context 1
MF32 Multifamily High Density Residential
NC Neighborhood Commercial
NMUD-CORE Northwood Mixed Use District-Core
NMUD-EDGE Northwood Mixed Use District-Edge
NMUD-TRANSITION Northwood Mixed Use District-Transition
NWD-2C Northwest Neighborhood District-2c
NWD-2 Northwest Neighborhood District-2
NWD-4 Northwest Neighborhood District-4
NWD-5 Northwest Neighborhood District-5
NWD-8 Northwest Neighborhood District-8
NWD-R-C1 Northwest Neighborhood District-Residential-Context 1
NWD-R Northwest Neighborhood District-Residential
OBD-12-CP Okeechobee Business District-12 Cityplace
OBD-25-CP Okeechobee Business District-25 Cityplace
OBD-25 Okeechobee Business District-25
OBD-5 Okeechobee Business District-5
OCPD Office Commercial Planned Development
OC Office Commercial
PC Planned Community
POR/PD Professional Office Residential Planned Development
POR Professional Office Residential
PPD-PO Providencia Park District-Professional Office Overlay
PPD-R Providencia Park District-Residential
QBD-10 Quadrille Business District-10
QBD-3 Quadrille Business District-3
QBD-5 Quadrille Business District-5
QBD-8 Quadrill Business District-8
QGD-10 Quadrille Garden District-10
QGD-25 Quadrille Garden District-25
QGD-5 Quadrille Garden District-5
ROS/PD Recreation And Open Space Planned Development
ROS Recreation And Open Space
RPD Residential Planned Development
RTD Railroad Transition District
SF14-C2 Historic Single Family High Density Residential Context 2
SF14-C3 Historic Single Family High Density Residential Context 3
SF14-C5 Historic Single Family High Density Residential Context 5
SF14 Single Family High Density Residential
SF7-C4 Historic Single Family Low Density Residential Context 4
SF7 Single Family Low Density Residential
TOD-10 Transit-oriented District-10
TOD-25 Transit-oriented District-25
TOD-8 Transit-oriented District-8
UOS Urban Open Space
UT Utility

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What is Zoning?

Zoning codes are a century old, and the lifeblood of all major U.S. cities, determining what can be built where and what activities can take place in a neighborhood. Zoning is how cities control the development and use of land. Zoning defines the legally permitted and prohibited uses of a piece of land, determining if plot of land can be used for commercial, industrial, residential or agricultural purposes. Essentially, it determines what can and cannot be built on a property.

Zoning and Real Estate Values

Zoning is the first stage of the home life cycle and a key influence on all other stages. Zillow has identified that zoning regulations are so important that they impact home values. Zillow Research found that home values grew most in markets with the strictest land use regulations. Home values in the most restrictive metropolitan areas grew an average of 23.4%, more than double the home value appreciation in the least restrictive metros. Zoning regulations are determined locally and some cities can have more restrictive regulation systems than others. However, within a city’s zoning system individual zones can be more restrictive and less restrictive, including different single family zones.

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