What can I use my property for? What is my property zoned for?

To determine what you can use your property for, you first need to determine your zoning district. 

  1. Open the City's online parcel map.
  2. Type in your property's address and click search.
  3. The map will take you to your property. Click the property on the map.
  4. On the pop up window, scroll down until you see "Zoning." This tells you what zoning district your property is in.

Now that you know your zoning district, you can check what uses are allowed in that district. 

  1. Open the City's Zoning Code Principal Use Table (Sec. 19.32).
  2. Identify the appropriate zoning district on the table's top row.
  3. Scroll through the table and review what uses are allowed in your district's column. If the cell is blank, the use is not allowed. 
  4. If you are unsure what a use type means, review the definitions (Sec. 19.16).

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3. What can I use my property for? What is my property zoned for?
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