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New Zoning Code and Zoning Map

Planners have rewritten the zoning code and updated the zoning map to modernize antiquated, redundant zoning regulations, and to create new tools to help achieve goals in community plans. The new zoning code and zoning map were adopted by County Council earlier this year and became effective on October 30, 2014.

Latest News

  • Printed copies of the new zoning ordinance will be available for purchase from American Legal Publishing Corporation. To contact American Legal, click here.  
  • Planning Department staff have conducted several training sessions on the new zoning code. View the powerpoint here.

Online Zoning Code

The digital version of the new zoning code is now hosted with the rest of the County code on the American Legal Publishing website. Find the zoning code (Chapter 59) in the Table of Contents list on the left-hand panel of the page. Click on the plus symbol and select an Article.

Digital Zoning Map

Access the map here.

Check out the Zoning Finder video highlighting the features of the new Montgomery County Digital Zoning Map.
Zoning Finder Video (extended)


Short on time? Check out an abbreviated version of the Zoning Finder video below.
Zoning Finder Video (short version)

 

Old Zoning Code and Zoning Map

A digital version of the old zoning code (as it existed on October 29, 2014) is available on the American Legal Publishing website.  Click here and then click on the blue tab that says "View the 2004 Zoning Code".

The digital map that displays the zoning in effect on October 29, 2014 and District Map Amendment G-956 will continue to be available here.         

 

Staff Contact

Information about obtaining a certified zoning map
Information Counter
301-495-4610

Information about the new zoning code
Pamela Dunn
301-650-5649

Last updated: November 11, 2014

Zoning Montgomery is a website dedicated to the multi-year process of reorganizing, revising, and simplifying the county’s current zoning ordinance to accommodate the most ideal future development