A lot or parcel, the area, width, or other physical characteristic of which fails to meet the requirements of the critical area land use classification in which it is located and which was conforming ( "of record") prior to the enactment of the Critical Area Law.
A use which is contrary to zoning laws , but which is permitted because the use was allowed before the zoning law came into effect; a grandfather clause.
Uses that were legal at their inception and do not conform to current zoning regulations are called nonconforming uses.
A permitted use of real property that does not conform to current zoning laws bcause it was lawfully established and maintained before the current zoning laws were in effect.
A use that violates zoning regulations or codes but is allowed to continue because it began before the zoning restriction was enacted.
A use that was lawfully established and maintained, but no longer conforms to the use regulations of the zone in which it is located because of a subsequent change in a zoning ordinance.
a land use that is not permitted by a zoning law but which already existed at the time the zoning law or its amendment was enacted
a permitted use of property which would otherwise be in violation of the current zoning ordinance
a use or structure that is not allowed in a Zoning District,
a use that does not conform to the regulations of the zoning district in which it is located
a use that lawfully existed prior to the enactment of the local zoning law and which is still in existence even though it does not comply with the current law
a use that was legally established at the time it was located on a property, but through rezoning, the use is no longer permitted in the zone district
a use which does not conform to the restriction governing a zoned area, but which lawfully existed at the time the ordinance went into effect
In zoned areas, a use that does not comply with the area’s zoning but that existed prior to the time the zoning was effective.
The use of any land, building or structure that does not conform with current zoning regulations, but was lawful or not required to comply with zoning regulations at the time a zoning district was established. They may be permitted to continue or be given time to come into compliance with the existing zoning ordinance. In addition, specific code requirements address the ability to make major substantial changes to structures designated as nonconforming uses. This is also known as a Grandfathered Use.
A use that was lawfully established and maintained, but no longer conforms to applicable zoning laws.
A use of property that is allowed to continue after the zoning is changed to prohibit that type of use.
A use of property that is permitted to continue after a zoning ordinance prohibiting it has been established for the area.
A property use that does not conform to current zoning requirements, but is allowed because the land was being used in that way before the present zoning ordinance was enacted.
The use of land for purposes contrary to the applicable municipal zoning.
A use of property, legally permitted to continue as such, in spite of the orignial zoning ordinance which prohibited such use for the area.
A property which does not conform to the zoning of an area.
Any use not allowed in the zone in which it is located or use of land or a building that does not comply with the provisions of City of Clive Zoning Ordinance or subsequent amendments. Category: Community Development
Given when a building does not conform to zoning because of a change in the zoning ordinance. The use of the building will be allowed to continue until the improvements are destroyed or the current use is discontinued.
Use of land that is not in conformance with the zoning code; applies mainly to pre-existing uses when new zoning is enacted; the non- conforming use may remain as long as it is continuous; upon interruption, the non- conforming use may not continue.
A permitted use which was lawfully established and maintained but which no longer conforms to the current use regulations because of a change in the zoning.
Created due to a change in the zoning laws; it is a continuing type of use of a property which is now prohibited due to a zoning change.
A use existing prior to zoning that in snot in conformance with the zoning.
A type of zoning variance where a parcel of land may be given an exception from current zoning ordinances due to improvements made by a prior owner or before the current zoning ordinances made the desired use non-conforming under local law.