Lyman, South Carolina


ZONING MAP 

The Zoning Map is viewable via the link below.
It contains a visual display of all thirteen Zoning districts and their locations within the Town of Lyman. 

Zoning Map


Have a Zoning Question about a piece of property within the Town?

Contact the Planning and Zoning Department at 864-439-0680 or email us at Zoning@lymansc.gov. 




Zoning Districts

Below is a description of each Zoning District shown on the Zoning Map. Information about specifics within each district can be found in the Zoning Ordinance on the Planning and Zoning Page . 

R-15, Single-Family Low Density Residential District:
This district is intended to foster, preserve and protect areas of the community in which the principal use of land is detached, single-family dwellings and related support facilities.

R-8, Single-Family Medium Density Residential District:
This district is intended to foster, preserve and protect areas of the community in which the principal use of land is detached, single-family dwellings and related support facilities

R-8/10, Single-Family and Duplex Residential District:
This district is intended to foster, preserve and protect areas of the community in which the principal use of land is low and medium density one-family and two-family residential dwellings and related support facilities.

RM, Multi-Family High Density District:
This district is intended to accommodate medium density residential development and a variety of housing types on small lots or in multi-household settings.

RPH, Patio homes:
This district is intended to foster, preserve and protect areas of the community in which the principal use of land is high density one-family residential dwellings and related support facilities.

CBD, Central Business District:
The intent of this district is to promote the concentration and vitality of business and governmental uses in downtown Lyman.

NBD, Neighborhood Business District:
This district is intended to meet the commercial and service needs generated by nearby residential areas. Goods and services normally available in this district are of the "convenience variety." The size of any such districts should relate to surrounding residential markets.

RBD, Residential Business District:
This district is intended to meet the commercial and service needs generated by nearby residential areas. Goods and services normally available in this district are of the "business office type." The size of any such districts should relate to surrounding residential markets.

GBD1, General Business District-1:
The intent of this district is for business development on major roadways for the convenience of local residents and for the traveling public.

GBD2, General Business District-2:
The intent of this district is for business development on major roadways for the convenience of local residents and for the traveling public.

GI, General Industrial District:
The intent of this district is to accommodate research and research related uses as well as limited industrial uses which are not significantly objectionable in terms of noise, odor, fumes, smoke, gas, dust, fire hazard, dangerous radiation, or other noxious conditions and which are able to meet the performance standards established for this district.

FRD, Flexible Review District:
The intent of this district is to provide design and use flexibility to allow development and redevelopment of properties that is compatible with the existing character of the area as set forth by the Town's comprehensive plan. Specifically, the FRD enables the tools required to encourage exceptional planning and design in order to preserve the character of existing buildings, open spaces, streetscapes, and use clusters of unique areas of the town; and protect critical environmental resources through a greater efficiency in the layout of roads, utilities and other infrastructure.