Many features of zoning such as minimum lot and yard sizes, and setbacks that result in particularly adverse effects are permitted, if not mandated, by the model zoning enabling act adopted by thousands of municipalities since the 1920s.
What does ZEA stand for?
ZEA stands for Zoning Enabling Act (Michigan)
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We have 5 other meanings of ZEA in our Acronym Attic
- Lerwick (postcode, United Kingdom)
- Zone Effect
- Zone Electrophoresis
- Zearalenone (estrogenic metabolite)
- Zenithal/Azimuthal Equal Area
- Zero Energy Assembly
- Zone Equivalent Area (New York)
- Zope Europe Association (open source network)
- Zap European Amateur Open (paintball tournament)
- Zentrales Absatzanalysesystem
- Zone d'Etudes et d'Aménagement du Territoire (French: Area of Study and Planning)
- Zoological, Exotic, Avian and Wildlife (University of Minnesota veterinary student club)
- Zeitweise Eingleisiger Betrieb (German: Temporary Single-Track Operation)
- Zero Emission Bus
- Zero Energy Building
- Ziff Education Building (Florida International University)
- Zentrales Teile-Bestandssteuerungssystem
Samples in periodicals archive:
The state zoning enabling acts specifically provide express authority to municipalities to adopt zoning regulations for regulating land development.
Nearly all American zoning ordinances, based on the Standard Zoning Enabling Act promoted by Secretary Herbert Hoover's Department of Commerce in the late 1920s, authorize "accessory uses" in residential neighborhoods.