How do I find zoning information about my property?

Please see the Public Data Viewer  where you can search for your property and learn about the zoning and other information (e.g. utilities, critical areas, etc.) about your property. To search for your property in the public data viewer, click on the magnifying glass and enter the address or parcel number. Data layers may be turned on and off by expanding the layer headings in the ‘data layers’ section, and clicking on the ‘eyeball’ symbol next to the data layer name. If you can't determine the zone by the public data viewer, and you know the address or parcel number of the property you are inquiring about, please contact the Planning Division at for assistance. Other map related information is accessible on the Public GIS Portal.

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1. How do I find zoning information about my property?
2. I want to build a fence at my residence. Where can I place the fence, and how tall can the fence be?
3. I want to build a small storage shed on my property. How large can it be, and do I need a building permit?
4. I'm planning to build a deck in the rear yard off the back of my house. Do I need to meet the setback requirements for my area?
5. I want to build a detached garage on my property. Where can I place it on my lot, and how large can it be?
6. I want to build a "mother-in-law" apartment for my parents on my property. What are the zoning regulations?