The purpose of the Zoning Ordinance is to ensure sound land management and orderly development of the city. It regulates the types of uses which can occur in each zoning district as well as the specific development standards for each zoning district, which control such details as height, size and use of buildings and lot sizes. The district boundaries are depicted on a zoning map. The city's Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances are periodically reviewed and revised, in order to implement the city's Comprehensive Plan or in response to requests for changes in zoning. Such revisions and requests are reviewed by the Planning Commission and acted on by the City Council after a public hearing.
Information regarding zoning regulations may be obtained by contacting the Planning Department or by viewing the City of Woodbury's Municipal Code.
The Code of the City of Woodbury, Minnesota, is published online as a convenience to citizens and the business community. Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the material published online, the only official edition of the City Code is the printed version maintained by the City Clerk (City Administrator). Downloaded versions are not official. Note that the City Council may have made amendments, additions or deletions to the City Code subsequent to the latest online version of the Code. For more information, please call the Administration Department at 651-714-3523.
If you would like information regarding recent changes to the Zoning Ordinance, please contact the Community Development Department.