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The Zoning Division has GIS mapping available where you can browse the City for your property. You may also contact us for assistance in this at any time. Knowing what zoning district your property is in will help you with permitting, business licenses, due diligence, appraisals, etc.
All fences are permitted up to the property line, with limitations to height. Height is determined by which zoning district your home is in. Most residential districts allow up to 4 feet tall in the front yard and 6 feet tall in the rear and sides. "F" Farm Zoning District allows up to 6 feet on all property lines.
Commercial and industrial fence heights also vary based upon Zoning District. All fencing must abide by the visibility triangle regulations around driveways and intersections. View more on Fencing Regulations.
Residential properties are permitted a maximum of two sheds. All sheds must be permitted through the Building Department. No sheds are allowed within easements. No sheds allowed in front yards. View more on our accessory structure regulations and read these rules:
Find setbacks within the parcel's respective zoning district section of the Land Development Code.
Zoning Letters are often requested by new or prospective owners, lenders or appraisers to verify the zoning of a property and if the proposed or current use is permitted, conditional or nonconforming. We offer these letters by request for a $10 fee. At this time, please email your requests. We hope to have a new fillable form available soon at this page.