Corridor Studies provide guidance and standards for improvements within the street right-of-way, and for development of private properties that have frontage along the corridor.
The Neighborhood Compatibility documents consist of two parts: Neighborhood Compatibility Guidelines and Multi-Family Residential Design Guidelines.
In California, the General Plan has often been described as a "blueprint for future growth" or a "constitution for future development" of a community. The General Plan for Modesto is best described as "a set of instructions on how to build a city."
View complete documents for Specific Plan areas.
To ensure that Modesto’s growth is handled in a fiscally responsible manner, the Modesto City Council adopted an Urban Growth Policy on March 25, 1974.
The City of Modesto Zoning Code is contained within the Municipal Code as "Title 10." The Zoning Code sets forth the allowed land uses, site development standards, parking requirements, signage, and other regulatory provisions associated with each zoning district.