Doing Business in Hudson
Faster, Friendly, Forward Thinking
Recent changes in Hudson’s land development code not only created a clear designation of the City’s standards and procedures for the developer and businesses, but also a faster approval process. Now it’s even easier to move your business to Hudson. Our team is professional and eager to work with you.
Planning & Zoning
Development in Hudson's commercial districts has never been easier. Recent changes to the Land Development Code have streamlined the approval process for construction in Districts 6 and 8 (Western Hudson Gateway and Industrial/Business Park). These changes have already saved businesses valuable time and money and brought more jobs to Hudson.
The Land Development Code
The Land Development Code is a detailed document covering all aspects of land use within the City. Information relevant to construction in Commercial Districts 6 and 8 begins on page 104 of Chapter 1207.
Districts 5 through 10: "By Right" and "Conditional" Uses
These are the districts within Hudson that allow some form of commercial activity. A brief overview of each district is available in the document Zoning District Descriptions. Detailed descriptions of each of the districts within the City, and the specific activities allowed therein, can be found in Chapter 1205 of the Land Development Code, and in our corresponding Zoning District Map.
District 5 - Downtown District (page 28) District 6 - Western Hudson Gateway (page 38)
District 7 - Outer village Commercial Corridor (page 45)
District 8 - Industrial/Business Park (page 51)
District 9 - Darrowville Commercial Corridor (page 67)
District 10 Downtown District - Ravenna Road Corridor (page 73)
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