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Garden City Zoning Regulations


The Zoning Regulations of Garden City
 serve to promote the health, safety, morals, convenience, and general welfare of the present and future inhabitants of the City of Garden City, and


(A)
To encourage and facilitate the orderly growth and development of the City.

(B) To provide adequate open space for light and air, to prevent overcrowding of the land, and to lessen congestion on the streets.

(C) To secure economy in municipal expenditures, to facilitate adequate Provisions for transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks, and other public facilities and services.

(D)
To increase the security of home life and preserve and create a more favorable environment for citizens and visitors of Garden City.

(E) To secure safety from fire, panic, and other dangers.

(F)
To stabilize and improve property values.

(G) To enhance the economic and cultural wellbeing of the inhabitants of Garden City.

(H) To promote the development of a more wholesome, serviceable and attractive city resulting from an orderly, planned use of resources.

The Regulations are amended continuously. Because of this, the version linked above may not be the most current. If you have any questions about anything found in the Regulations, please contact the Planning and Community Development Department at (620) 276-1170.



Finney County Zoning Regulations


The Zoning Regulations of Finney County were adopted in 1995 to serve the following purposes:

A. To promote the health, safety, morals, comfort and general welfare of the citizens of Finney County, Kansas.

B. To create a variety of zoning districts sensitive to the peculiarities of the various permitted uses and designed to protect and enhance the values inherent in each zone; while encouraging the redevelopment and revitalization of the cities within the County.

C. To conserve good agricultural land and protect it from the intrusion of incompatible uses, but not to regulate or restrict the principal use of land for agriculture uses.

D. To regulate and restrict the height, number of stories, and size of buildings; the percentage of lots that may be occupied by buildings and other structures; size of yards, courts, regulate the minimum lot size, establish regulation for the division of property, and other open space.


E. To provide for adequate light and air, and acceptable noise levels.

F. To avoid the undue concentration of populations and to prevent overcrowding in the use of land and community facilities.


G. To provide adequate notice on subsequent changes to these regulations and an opportunity for interested parties to be heard.


H. To provide information regarding possible flood hazards.

I. To facilitate the adequate provisions of transportation, water, sewage, schools, parks, and other public improvements and services, and to carry out the goals and objectives as set forth in applicable laws of the State of Kansas and the Finny County, Kansas, Comprehensive Plan.

J. To promote the achievement of the Finney County, Kansas, Comprehensive Plan.

K. To inform the public regarding future development in Finney County, Kansas, thereby providing a basis for wise decisions with respect to such development.

The Regulations are amended continuously. Because of this, the version linked above may not be the most current. If you have any questions about anything found in the Regulations, please contact the Planning and Community Development Department at (620) 276-1170.




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