What is the zoning of my property?

Zoning defines what types of primary and accessory uses can be developed and what types of development standards will govern each use. Development standards generally include lot size, lot width, setbacks, heights of structures and buildings, lot coverage, and screening. You can check your property's zoning on the County's interactive web map INFOMap. Search by address or parcel number/APN (Format: 123459876).

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1. What is the zoning of my property?
2. Do I need a permit?
3. What are the minimum requirements for the owner-builder option?
4. How do I get electric service to my property?
5. Can I build a tiny home on my property and, if so, what are the requirements?
6. Can I camp on my vacant property?
7. What building code does the county use?
8. Are alternative waste disposal systems allowed?
9. Can I live in an RV on my property?
10. Can I build my own home or do I need a licensed contractor?
11. Where can I find more information about my property?
12. Can I build an accessory dwelling structure or guest house on my property?
13. How long is my building permit good for?
14. How can I get an address?
15. How much does a permit cost?
16. How do I apply for a permit?
17. Is my property in a floodplain?
18. What is a setback and how is it measured?
19. Can I operate a business out of my home?