The Buena Park Zoning Ordinance is a critical component to help implement the City’s General Plan. It helps to ensure that the growth and development of the City is attractive, efficient and humane: and that health, safety, prosperity, enjoyment, and general welfare of those who reside, work, or visit in the City is served to the optimum degree. The Buena Park Municipal Code is located with Title 19 of the Buena Park Municipal Code.
The Buena Park City Code is a compilation of the City's ordinances. Ordinances are local laws adopted by the City Council. An ordinance is the most binding form of action taken by the City Council, the violation of which may be a misdemeanor, unless, by ordinance, it is made an infraction.
The Buena Park City Code is organized into two parts: Part I is known as the “Buena Park Municipal Code” and consists of Titles 1 through 13, and Part II is known as the “Buena Park Development Code” and consists of Titles 14 through 20.
The Zoning Ordinance is Title 19 of the Buena Park City Code and pertains to zoning and land use. The layout and format for Title 19 differ from the other titles to assist homeowners and developers in finding information.