Can I subdivide my property?
The ability to subdivide a property depends on several factors. The lots created by the subdivision must comply with the minimum lot and area requirements for the district in which the property is located. If the proposed subdivision involves an existing structure that would remain after the division, the remaining structure must comply with the minimum lot and area requirements after the division and cannot create substandard conditions such as setbacks, lot coverage, and floor area ratio. All subdivisions must be able satisfy the requirements set forth in the City’s Subdivision Regulations including those established for sewage disposal, water supply, access, and traffic circulation.

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1. What is zoning?
2. What are Residential Areas 1 & 2? How are they different?
3. How do I request a zoning verification letter?
4. Can I subdivide my property?
5. Is my property conforming or nonconforming? What does this mean?
6. Can I operate a business out of my home?
7. How do I get a survey of my property?
8. How are setbacks measured?
9. What are the allowed uses on my property?
10. How do I find out the zoning for my property?