Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-69-2.4 - Class B noise zone

Current through March 4, 2022

Lands designated Class B shall generally be commercial in nature, areas where human beings converse and such conversation is essential to the intended use of the land.

Class B Land Use Category. The land uses in this category shall include, but not be limited to, retail trade, personal, business and legal services, educational institutions, government services, amusements, agricultural activities, and lands intended for such commercial or institutional uses.

The specific SLUCONN categories in Class B shall include:

4. Transportation, Communication and Utilities

46 Automobile Parking

47 Communication

5. Trade

51 Wholesale Trade

52 Retail Trade - Building Materials

53 Retail Trade - General Merchandise

54 Retail Trade - Food

55 Retail Trade - Automotive Dealers and Gasoline Service Stations

56 Retail Trade - Apparel and Accessories

57 Retail Trade - Furniture, Home Furnishings and Equipment

58 Retail Trade - Eating, Drinking and Lodging - Except 583, 584, and 585

59 Retail Trade - N.E.C.*

6. Services

61 Finance, Insurance and Real Estate Services

62 Personal Services

63 Business Services-Except 637

64 Repair Services

65 Professional Services-Except 651

67 Government Services-Except 672, 674, and 675

68 Educational Services

69 Miscellaneous Services-Except 691

7. Cultural, Entertainment and Recreational

71 Cultural Activities and Nature Exhibitions-Except 711, 712, and 713

72 Public Assembly

73 Amusements

74 Recreational Activities

75 Resorts and Group Camps

76 Parks

79 Other, N.E.C.*

*Not Elsewhere Classified

8. Agriculture

81 Agriculture

82 Agricultural Related Activities

9. Undeveloped, Unused, and Reserved Lands and Water Area

91 Undeveloped and Unused Land Area

93 Water Areas

94 Vacant Floor Area-Except 941

99 Other Undeveloped Land and Water Areas, N.E.C.*

*Not Elsewhere Classified

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 22a-69-2.4
Effective June 15, 1978

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