The City Council adopted the Official Zoning Map on Feb. 28, 2006. See Report to City Council 06-020 for background information on the development of the Official Zoning Map.
Most property in San Diego falls into one of the following types of base zones:
Overlay zones and other site criteria are used to determine if additional regulations, approvals or permits are required. For example, a site that is located in a Specific Plan or Community Plan Implementation Overlay zone may have different or additional requirements than the base zone. A project located within the Coastal Overlay Zone may require approval of a Coastal Development Permit prior to issuance of any construction permit. A site within any environmentally sensitive lands layers would require additional information be submitted with any permit application in order staff to confirm the presence of environmentally sensitive lands that could require a Site Development Permit or Neighborhood Development Permit.