Zoning regulates land uses within the City of Osage Beach. The City is divided into districts and the boundaries of the zoning districts are shown on the official zoning map. The zoning map is located in the Office of the City Clerk. Each parcel in the City is assigned to a district which describes the regulations under which that land may be used. The Zoning Code identifies allowable uses and sets standards for such districts.
In addition to the use and regulations of each zoning district, the zoning code also includes:
- Sign Code
- Special Use Requirements
- Non-Conforming Uses
- Off-Street Parking & Loading Requirements
- Subdivision Regulations
- Floodplain Management Regulations
- Additional Zoning District Regulations:
- Building Complexes
- Lots of Record
- Accessory Buildings
- Clear Sight Triangle
- Dangerous & Exotic Animals
- Minimum Dimensional Requirements
- Home Occupations
- Wireless Communication Facilities
The Zoning Map illustrates the official boundaries of the zoning districts and the regulated identified uses within the stated districts in the City of Osage Beach. The Zoning Map is located in the Office of the City Clerk.
The City's Existing Land Use Map shows the existing mixture of general land use types throughout the City. According to the City's Comprehensive Plan, developed residential land uses account for 32% and developed commercial and industrial land uses account for 22%. Of the approximate 3,000 acres of undeveloped land, it is estimated that only 25% would accommodate new development given the topography of the City.
The Future Land Use Map is used as a general guide in making future land use decisions and evaluating appropriateness of specific development proposals. The map identifies the type and intensity of land use and identifies vacant and underutilized land use parcels for future development based on the future growth vision of the City.