I'm trying to figure out the best way to approach this idea. I'm trying to create comprehensive standards for all zoning districts to apply to unincorporated county land that falls within the urban growth boundaries of incorporated cities' urban growth areas. It's difficult because we have different communities, with different interests, and we need one standard that applies to all land within any U.G.B.. So far I've aligned all of the cities' relevant zoning districts with ours, in a table (aligned by land use, not necessarily by exact district, i.e. a R-2 district for a large city may not be comparable to a R-2 district for a small town). Our staff worked through the R-1 section fine as we were only dealing with single family residential uses. It went well because our (the County's) ordinance wasn't far off from the cities' at all. It's going to get more complicated though, as we work through the proceeding pyramidal districts dealing with more and more land uses that require different standards based on the district it lies in. Has anyone ever done something similar to this or know of a regional/county-wide urban growth area zoning? I know of a lot of progressive communities and their urban growth boundaries, however not sure where a county has taken the initiative to head the project and make a universal code to be applied within these boundaries. Any ideas or insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!