Town of Gilford, NH - Frequently Asked Questions
feet in the side and rear yards. Front yard setback is 35 feet in the Single Family Residential (SFR) and Commercial (C) zones, 40 feet in the Island Residential (IR) zone, and 50 feet in all other zones. Only docks and boathouses may be placed within 40 feet of Lake Winnipesaukee.
DPD -- FAQ: Permits
It depends on the scope of your project. If you propose to build an attached garage at a property line abutting a side yard, you would need a side-yard easement with your adjacent neighbor agreeing to preserve a 10’ separation from the façade wall of that structure to your neighbor's home. Your project would not be allowed to extend into a required rear yard any closer than 12’ to either the center line of an abutting alley or rear property line.
KGIS - Knox County, TN GIS
a.) Property Data and Planimetric Data (e.g. buildings, fences, edge of pavement, etc.) are captured by different departments and different mapping processes. Property data is captured by the Knox County Property Assessor's Office. They digitize property data from surveyor-supplied plats, or from deed descriptions, on a daily basis. Planimetric features are maintained by KGIS on a 4-year cycle (see question #1 above) and captured from aerial photography.
These structures may generally be placed in the side and rear yard, provided they are far enough from the property lines. These structures are not allowed in the established setback (front yard). (back)
City of Mishawaka, Indiana - Frequently Asked Questions
Sheds, swimming pools and garages are considered accessory structures and must be constructed in the rear half of the lot, never the front. Privacy fences cannot exceed 7 feet in height, cannot be in the front yard, and if you are on are corner lot, the fence must be 12.5 feet in from the exterior side (street side) property line. No fence over 4 feet in height may be erected in the front yard and shall have a minimum of 75% of its surface open.
Feng Shui Palace | feng shui 101 | FAQ
Depending on how big your home is in proportion to the garage, you very well may have three guas in the garage. In this case, I'd make sure that garage is a pleasant, happy and uncluttered! I'd also probably make sure those three guas are sufficiently pumped up in each of the other rooms of the house.
Beaverton - Community Development: Building: FAQs
If the deck is 30 inches or more above the ground, it must be at least the distance from the property line same as required for the house. Please check with the Development Services Division at (503) 526-2420 to determine the land-use zone your property is located in and what the setbacks are. If the deck has a cover over it, regardless of its height, it must be at least the distance from the property line same as required for the house.
FREQUENTLY ASKED ZONING QUESTIONS
Yes, with certain conditions. The Zoning Ordinance defines these types of buildings or structures as accessory structures. In most residentially zoning districts, accessory structures can be located in the rear of your property, can be as close as 3 feet to the rear and side property lines, with a maximum height of 15 feet. The building must be 6 feet away from other structures.
We recommend that you call your local planning and zoning department and ask them what the rules are in your area. Our experience is that you need to have a few feet left over, after the carport is built, all city's are a little different.
Who owns the service line to the house? What does the City own and what does the property owner own?FAQ
The property owner owns and is responsible for the maintenance of the water service line from and including the connection to the curb stop to the building. The City owns and is responsible for maintenance from the water main to and including the curb stop except for the property owner's connection to the curb stop. The curb stop is the valve installed in the service line to control the water in the service line. The curb stop is located near the street curb.
On our property listings you will find column headings that describe the information provided in each column. In the improvement (IMP) column it will indicate YES or NO. If a YES applies, that indicates that a structure of some type exist, or did exist at the time suit was filed against the property according to the appraisal records. There have been cases where a structure did exist at the time suit was filed, but at the time of sale the improvement no longer existed.
Frequently Asked Questions - Zoning | Boardman Township
We use the 20-20-10 rule: 20 feet from the side water line to each side property line and 10 feet from the rear water line to the rear of the property. (This is for above ground and in ground swimming pools) If you are under these measurements, you will need to apply for a variance through the Board of Appeals.
SRIPURAM.com - Welcome
Have the pool always on the northeast of the north side. Second best will be north east of east side if it is an in ground pool but if it is above the ground pool have it on the south or west side.
Frequently Asked Questions
It depends upon the depth of the well, if you have leased your property, and if the well is going to be a vertical or directional well. A vertical well cannot be drilled closer than 100 feet from any property not in the drilling unit but may need to be up to 500 feet depending upon the depth of the well. A directional well can conceivably be drilled right next to a property line.
SDOT Street Use Frequently Asked Questions
To legally establish your property line requires the services of licensed surveyor. The City of Seattle has resources in the Engineering Vault (684-5132) that can help you determine approximately where your property lines are.
FAQs - ORA HHI Motorcoach Resort
Usually 3 feet beyond the paving on the closed side to 3 feet from the adjacent pad on the open side. Deeded plats are available at the Beaufort County Registrar of Deeds Office. Owners are, of course, at liberty to have their sites surveyed at their own expense.
Town of Grand Chute > FAQs
A pool dome or top fencing attached to the pool must extend at least forty-four (44) inches above the ground. A pool cover must be capable of supporting one hundred (100) pounds per square foot of area. The cover must be secured at all times when the pool is not being supervised by a responsible adult. Stairs, ladders or other accesses, shall be secured, removed or blocked to prevent access when the pool is not in use.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Fastlane Swimming Machi...
The rails attach to your pool deck 16" back from the pool wall. There is a cover for the deck plate and hose fittings that extends back an additional 12". Keep in mind that every pool wall is different and your individual situation may vary. Back to FAQs
Palm Springs Disposal FAQs
Yes, there is a selection of subscription services that offer volume and collection locations. Call our office (760) 327-1351 Ext. 313, to arrange this service that fits your needs.