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  • Land Use Legend Summary

    Land Use Plan Designation                                Zoning Districts and Allowed Densities 
    REAC   REGIONAL ACTIVITY CENTER CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, CMH-2, MR, CB-1, CB-2, CPI. Maximum density: 44 R/AC. Minimum density: 12 R/AC.
    CAC    COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, CMH-2, MR, CB-1, CB-2, CPI. Maximum density: 24 R/AC.
    NAC    NEIGHBORHOOD ACTIVITY CENTER CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CMH-1, CMH-2, TR, RVC, CB-1, CB-2 (Limited uses). Maximum density: 10 R/AC.
    MFC    MULTI FUNCTIONAL CORRIDOR GC, TH, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, CMH-2, MR, CB-1, CB-2, CPI. Maximum density: 44 R/AC.
    HIU    HIGH INTENSITY URBAN  GC, TH, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, CMH-1, CMH-2, MR, CPI. Maximum density: 44 R/AC.
    MHIU MEDIUM/HIGH INTENSITY URBAN  GC, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, CMH-1, CMH-2, MR, CPI. Maximum density: 24 R/AC.
    MIU   MEDIUM INTENSITY URBAN GC, SH, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, CMH-1, CMH-2, MR, TR. Maximum density: 10 R/AC.
    LIU-3.0    LOW INTENSITY URBAN 3.0  GC, SR, SR-2, SH, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, CMH-1, MR. Maximum density: 3.0 R/AC, OR 4.0 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space.
    LIU-1.2    LOW INTENSITY URBAN 1.2   GC, SR, SR-2, SH, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, CMH-1, MR. Maximum density: 1.2 R/AC; Or 2.5 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 15 percent natural open space; or 4 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 30 percent natural open space. MR natural open space requirement: 15 percent.
    LIU-0.5    LOW INTENSITY URBAN 0.5 GC, SR, SR-2, SH, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, MR. Maximum density: 0.5 R/AC; or 1.2 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 20 percent natural open space; or 2.5 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 35 percent natural open space. MR natural open space requirement: 20 percent.
    LIU-0.3    LOW INTENSITY URBAN 0.3  GC, SR, SR-2, SH, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, MR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC; or 0.7 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 20 percent natural open space; or 1.2 R/AC with 30 percent cluster open space plus 40 percent natural open space. MR natural open space requirement: 30 percent.
    RUAC    RURAL ACTIVITY CENTER  GR-1, SH, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CMH-1, RVC, CB-1, CB-2. Maximum density: 10 R/AC. Minimum density: 1.3 R/AC.
    RX    RURAL CROSSROADS CB-1, CB-2
    RFV    RURAL FOREST VILLAGE ML. Maximum density: 1.3 R/AC.
    MIR    MEDIUM INTENSITY RURAL RH, GR-1, SR, SR-2, MR. Maximum density: 1.3 R/AC. MR natural open space requirement: 20 percent.
    LIR    LOW INTENSITY RURAL RH, SR, SR-2, GR-1, MR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC. MR natural open space requirement: 30 percent. 
    I    URBAN INDUSTRIAL  CB-1, CB-2, CPI, CI-1, CI-2, GC.
    HI    HEAVY INDUSTRIAL CI-1, CI-2, CI-3, CPI, GC. 
    RT    RESOURCE TRANSITION   RH, SR, MR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC. MR natural open space requirement: 30 percent.
    RC    RESOURCE CONSERVATION IR, RH, SR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC. 
    RP    RESOURCE PRODUCTIVE RH, SR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC.
    RE    RESOURCE EXTRACTION RH, SR. Maximum density: 0.3 R/AC. 
    MR    MAJOR RESORT COMMUNITY  GC, CR-1, CR-2, CR-3, CR-4, CR-5, TR, MR, CPI, CB-1. Special development standards apply to this land use designation. Please see the “Land Use Intensity Legend” for further information. 
    MA    MILITARY AIRPORT  CB-1, CB-2, CPI, CI-1, CI-2. New residential development is not a compatible use. 
    SPECIAL AREA (S) and REZONING POLICY (RP) AREAS:
    Please see the Pima County Comprehensive Plan Regional Policies and Land Use Intensity Legend document for further information.
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