transitive verbre·zoned, re·zon·ing, re·zones
To change the governmental classification and permitted uses of (an area or piece of real estate).
(third-person singular simple present rezones, present participle rezoning, simple past and past participle rezoned)
- to change the zoning assigned to a piece of property by the planning and zoning commission of a government that determines proper and legal use for land.
re- +"Ž zone