Zoning Ordinance

The Zoning Ordinance comprises Chapter 410 of the City's Municipal Code. The purpose of the Zoning Ordinance is to regulate and control the zoning and the use of land and buildings within the city in order to promote the public safety, health and general welfare of the citizens. 

Specifically, the Zoning Code controls the use of property and the density of development and provides standards for site improvements such as parking, lighting, landscaping, building design and signage to ensure consistent, orderly and well-designed development.

About the Municipal Code

eCode360 publishes the Municipal Code of the City of Bridgeton. Title 4. Land Development Code contains Chapter 410: Zoning Regulations, also known as the Zoning Ordinance. 

The Municipal Code is a plain-language and completely searchable version of the City's ordinances. Please note that any publication on the eCode360 website may vary significantly in format and in pagination from the Official City Publication. These publications are made available for informational purposes only and no action should be taken without viewing the Official Copy of the publication as recognized by the Officers of the City of Bridgeton.