There is no point to this map besides showing zoning data in fun pink and pastel colors. Enjoy!
A few years back I was given a parking ticket because something about residential zoning, curb cuts, and sidewalks. The truth was that the “residential” lot was a gravel parking lot used by DMC labs to park their courier vans. Turns out there are special requirements for curbside parking along residential zoned land parcels.
Many of Detroit’s large and small parks are zoned “residential” (i.e. See Palmer Park in Zone 29) rather than “parks and rec” like Rouge Park.