Is my property platted?

For quick reference purposes, you may connect to the interactive Web map and zoom into your property. Once zoomed in closely enough, check the “subdivision” box on the right side of the map and click the “query a point” button on top of the map. Then click on your property and scroll to the bottom of the page. You should see a “site report” with sections indicating zoning, tax and subdivision information among other things. If there is an entry for the row titled “subdivision name” then it is likely that your property is platted. If you need to see a copy of the plat, then write down the Subdivision Name and Index Number to assist us in finding a copy of it for you.

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1. What is the Planning Department?
2. Do I need a permit to do any type of construction on my property?
3. What is the zoning of my property?
4. What is the process to apply for a zoning verification letter?
5. Is my property zoned to sell beer and wine?
6. Can I change the zoning of my property?
7. How do I report zoning violations?
8. Can I do business out of my home?
9. What are the regulations for accessory buildings?
10. Can I have a guest quarters on my property?
11. Can I build a carport on my property?
12. Is my property platted?
13. How do I obtain a copy of a plat or a property survey?
14. What is the process of rezoning / platting?
15. Where can I find samples of the standardized language that is required on a plat?