• See Residential Zoning Districts Ordinance Language, § 151.030.
  • The R-1, mixed village residential, district is designed to provide for low density residential development in areas that do not intrude into areas primarily devoted to agriculture in or near the three core villages of Camden, Shiloh and South Mills, as appropriate.
  • The R-2, mixed single-family residential, district is designed to control the development of moderate density residential neighborhoods characterized by a mixture of single-family dwelling types in relatively close proximity to the three core villages of Camden, Shiloh and South Mills, as appropriate. This district is intended to provide moderate cost housing options for residents and to restrict the encroachment of mixed residential types in other districts, and to restrict the encroachment of incompatible business uses (farm related or other) in established residential areas.
  • The R-3, basic residential, districts are designed to provide for low density residential development in areas that are adjacent to those areas primarily devoted to agriculture. In addition, it is not intended for the placement of any mobile homes within this district. Except as otherwise stated or if the context of the use indicates otherwise, when the term "R-3 district" is used in this chapter, it shall refer to both the R-3-1 district and the R-3-2 district.
    • The R-3-1 district is an R-3 district having lots of one or more acres in size.
    • The R-3-2 district is an R-3 district having lots of two or more acres in size.
  • The GUD, general use, district is established to allow opportunities for very low density residential development and bona fide farms, along with agricultural and related agricultural uses (e.g., timber, horticulture, silviculture and aquaculture.)
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