The incorporated territory of the City of Orange is divided into land use districts, or zones, pursuant to the Planning Act of the State of California. The districts are established to serve the public health, safety, and general welfare; to provide the social and economic advantages which result from an orderly, planned use of land resources; and to guide, control, and regulate the future growth and development of the City. Zoning districts are shown on the City's Zoning Map. Regulations pertaining to each zoning district are contained in Orange Municipal Code Title 17 (Zoning).
To view a City-wide Zoning Map, click here.
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To view the City's Zoning Map in an indexed "map book" format, click here.
Note: The Zoning Map depicted on the Internet is for informational purposes only. The official zoning map is on file in the Planning Division, City Hall, City of Orange.