The Miami 21 Zoning Atlas is the
official Zoning Designation document of
the City. However, as Miami 21 was
adopted, a Geographic Information System
(GIS) Application was developed to
provide an interactive tool to determine
the zoning of any property located
within the City of Miami. This
application is a digital/electronic
representation of relevant current and
former zoning (Miami 21 and 11000),
Future and Existing Land Use, Historic
and Environmental Preservation layers,
Commission Districts, and Neighborhood
Enhancement Team areas. It is
intended to be a useful resource for
land development inquiries and as a
public information resource.
Although every reasonable effort has
been made to ensure accuracy of the
data, the information provided may not
reflect the most current information.
official zoning designations may be
obtained by the Zoning Office through
Zoning Verification Letters.
To view the latest
zoning information, please use the
GIS Application. A
video tutorial is also available for
first time users.
The Zoning Atlas information below is
provided for historical purposes and
understanding of how the zoning
designations were determined during the
development of the Miami 21 plan.
The Miami 21 Zoning Atlas is a map of the City which divide areas
into transect zones. Each transect zone has a name and color outlined
in the Atlas’ key.
For more information on the Transect
Zones established in Miami 21 and an
explanation of the concept of transects,
link to the
When Miami 21 was developed, the
Miami 21 Atlas
mapped all Quadrants--the North, South, East, and
West Quadrants. For ease of use, the East Quadrant
can either be viewed in its entirety (East Quadrant Overview Atlas), or it can be viewed by pages.
The North, South, and West Quadrant Atlases are only
available in their entirety and are not
further subdivided into pages.
There are three pages to the East
Quadrant Atlas: Edgewater/Wynwood Atlas page,
Little Haiti/Upper Eastside Atlas page, and
Overtown/Downtown Atlas page.
* When reading the Atlas, you will note areas that are white and therefore do not have a transect zone designation.
These are typically areas such as overpasses and interstate highways.
21 Atlas will display as an Adobe
Acrobat PDF file. To view this file, you
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