Like General Plan Land Use Designations, each property within the Town has a Zoning District designation. Zoning Districts identify specific types of uses allowed in the district as well as building standards and permitting procedures. Zoning Districts are a tool for implementing the General Plan Land Use Designation and must be consistent with the General Plan Land Use Designation in terms of the types and intensities of uses allowed in the district. For example, if your property has a General Plan Land Use Designation of Residential - 5 to 8 dwelling units per acre, your property would be “zoned” with a Zoning District that allows for residential uses with building and development standards that accommodate development at a range of 5 to 8 units per acre.
A table listing each of the Zoning District designations in the Town’s Zoning Ordinance and the corresponding General Plan Land Use Designation that it implements can be accessed from this link Zoning District Descriptions.
A map of Zoning Districts within the Town can be viewed/downloaded from the following link: https://www.townofwindsor.com/DocumentCenter/View/132