Fremont Community Joint Zoning Ordinance

About the Ordinance
The Fremont Community Joint Zoning Ordinance became effective at noon on Monday, January 7, 2013. The Joint Zoning Ordinance contains the regulations pertaining to planning and zoning for Dayton Township, Sheridan Charter Township and the City of Fremont.

Each of the planning commissions for the aforementioned municipalities were disbanded as of noon on January 7, 2013, and now the Fremont Community Joint Zoning Commission has binding authority over planning and zoning in the Fremont community, subject in certain instances to Board/Council approval. Each of the aforementioned municipalities' Zoning Boards of Appeals were also disbanded, and now there is 1 Joint Zoning Board of Appeals for the Fremont Community.

Additional Information
Please direct any questions or comments to the Fremont Zoning Administrator, who can be reached at 231-924-2101. Comments may also be directed to Peter Lance, the Zoning Administrator for Dayton Township and Sheridan Charter Township. He may be reached at Dayton Township at 231-924-9509 or at Sheridan Charter Township at 231-924-2566.

The current Fremont Community Joint Zoning Ordinance regulations are applicable in the City of Fremont, Dayton Township and Sheridan Charter Township.
Fremont Community Joint Zoning Ordinance
Chapter 1 - Title, Legal Basis, Purpose & Scope
Chapter 2 - Definitions
Chapter 3 - General Provisions
Chapter 4 - Agricultural Districts
Chapter 5 - Commercial Districts
Chapter 6 - Residential Districts
Chapter 7 - Other Districts
Chapter 8 - Planned Unit Developments (PUDs)
Chapter 9 - Special Land Uses
Chapter 10 - Administration
Chapter 11 - Joint Zoning Board of Appeals