What is my zoning? What are my setbacks?
Each zone district has specific setbacks that apply to each lot. For example, most residential areas have side setbacks that are generally 5 or 10 feet and front setbacks that are 15 or 20 feet. You can always call the Planning Department or stop by and we can look up your zoning and setbacks, or you can look up your property online using the Interactive Map.

The ”use” or “zoning” listed on the Assessor website is often incorrect and it’s best to verify before building.
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