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Integrated Development Ordinance

The Integrated Development Ordinance includes zoning and subdivision regulations to govern land use and development within the City of Albuquerque and establishes the City's system of planning.

The Integrated Development Ordinance (IDO) was adopted in November 2017, amended in April and May 2018, and became effective on May 17, 2018.

The Planning Department will submit updates to the IDO every year in July. Send comments and suggestions to [email protected].

IDO Effective Draft

The IDO Effective Draft is available for as a PDF of the whole document.

The IDO is organized into 7 parts, each available for review or download via the links below:

  1. General Provisions
  2. Zone Districts
  3. Overlay Zones
  4. Use Regulations
  5. Development Standards
  6. Administration & Enforcement
  7. Definitions & Acronyms

Zoning Maps

Zoning for each property is established by the Official Zoning Map.

Zoning standards applied to Centers & Corridors or small areas are shown in the IDO Zoning Interactive Map available in the AGIS Interactive Map Gallery.

Voluntary, Follow-up Zone Conversion Process

Property owners can opt in to a free, one-year process to address nonconformities, floating zone lines, and voluntary downzone requests, among other criteria identified in Resolution 2018-29. The Planning Department will be submitting at least two packages of zone conversions from May 2018 to April 2019. Visit the ABC-Z project webpage to learn more and to opt in via an online form.