What uses are NOT allowed on my property?
In residential zoning districts commercial and industrial uses are typically prohibited. These can include, but are not limited to the following:

Contractor’s shops and/or yards; boat and recreational vehicle storage; trucking facilities; public or private airports or landing fields; horse boarding facilities; dog kennels; the keeping of wild animals; preschool nurseries or day cares; junk yards; salvage yards; junked, dismantled, inoperable or abandoned vehicles; quarries; dump or dumping ground; landfills; commercial feedlots, semi-truck trailers or shipping containers; manufactured homes not used as a residence; a second residence, guesthouse or apartment; etc.

Certain commercial/business type uses may only be permitted via conditional use permit. Please refer to the zoning regulations and contact the planning department for details.

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1. How can my property be developed?
2. Besides building, sanitation and entrance permits, what else should I check into in order to develop my property?
3. Can I build an apartment in my barn?
4. Can I place a mobile home on the property while I build my house?
5. How much land do I need to build a house?
6. Can I build in the floodplain?
7. Do I need a permit to build a pond?
8. Can I run a business from my home or property?
9. What uses are allowed on my property?
10. What uses are NOT allowed on my property?
11. How many horses can I have?
12. How many dogs and/or cats can I have?