What are my setbacks?
The zoning classification of your property determines your setbacks. There are different setback requirements for your principal dwelling or use (if non-residential) and for your accessory uses (sheds, detached garages, swimming pools, etc.) Once you have determined your zoning classification, you can click here to find your particular setback in our Code of Ordinances.

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1. When are Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals meetings held?
2. How can I find out what my property is zoned?
3. What are my setbacks?
4. Why do I need a variance?
5. When do I need a site plan approval?