Unified Development Code
Click here to access the complete UDC: May 2017
What is the Unified Development Code?
The Unified Development Code (UDC) is a document that consolidates all development-related regulations including zoning requirements, subdivision regulations, design and development standards, and review procedures.
The UDC has several advantages over maintaining separate zoning and subdivision ordinances. First, it avoids overlapping, conflicting, or inconsistent requirements by providing one source for all standards and approval procedures. Second, the UDC is simpler for customers to use since they only need to become familiar with one set of standards. Finally, by integrating all types of development, the UDC offers a more a more flexible and comprehensive approach to design, which leads to a more consistent treatment of different types of development.
The UDC was effective on May 15, 2017.
Find the Zoning of a Property
The GIS Department utilizes Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to provide maps and geo-spatial analysis services to the public and is responsible for developing and maintaining a centralized GIS database, sharing and developing data with federal, state, and local agencies. These responsibilities include maintaining GIS layers, providing support to other MPC Departments, and creating maps for all cases, projects and studies.
Map It Shreveport includes the zoning designation of all property in the city.
While this online map is the most current and accurate version of the zoning map, if you have technical issues, a dated PDF map for the City of Shreveport is available here. Please use the online map or call 318.673.6480 to confirm the zoning of a property.