Frequently Asked Questions - The City of North Ridgeville, O...
You can construct the driveway up to but not on the property line. Do not direct storm water runoff onto adjacent property.
Town of Grand Chute > FAQs
A driveway can be placed next to the lot line as long as it does not affect the drainage between the lots and the water or snow shed does not go onto the neighbor's property. When widening a driveway it annot extend into the right-or-way without a permit from the Public Works Department.
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.
Welcome to the City of Mobile Alabama
For a standard-size lot (minimum of 60 wide), you can build as close as 25 to your front property line and as close as 8 to your rear property line. In general, for lots which are not on a corner, you can build as close as 8 to your side property line as long as you allow at least 12 of space on the opposite side of the structure (for a total of 20 of side yard setback).
Water Frequent Questions
Well Construction Standards [WAC 173-160] do not specifically state property line restrictions, but states that wells must be located a minimum of one-hundred (100) feet from sources of know or potential contamination sources. Prior to constructing a well near a property line, consider the protection of the 100-foot radius sanitary zone. If the property line is adjacent to a state, county or private road, there are also road and utility easements that must be maintained.
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With the proper building permit, you may install a fence adjacent to or on the rear and side property lines. The fence may not exceed six feet on the rear and side property lines or while it maintains the front yard envelope, or flush with the front of the house. The fence may not exceed four feet on the front and street side (corner side) property lines in residential districts if it is located on the front or street side (corner side) property lines.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The Roadmaster will look at the plans submitted and issue the ok for the permit. Click here to access the electronic version of the Driveway Permit.
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.
Johnston County does not have a set back requirement for fences. We recommend, however, that you make sure that the fence is completely within your side of the 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.
City of Marco Island - Code Compliance Frequently Asked Ques...
You may park your RV in the driveway as long as it does not block the sidewalk with a City permit affixed to the vehicle in a conspicuous place. You may obtain a 7-day permit at Marco Island City Hall at no charge. You are allowed 28 days per calendar year for RV parking, however not consecutive. NOTE: All applications are required to have a City authorized signature to be effective. (City Ordinance 01-15)
Broward County - Pollution Prevention & Remediation Division
You must submit an application with the appropriate fee, secure approval, and arrange for an inspection prior to installing, modifying, removing or moving storage tanks and storage tank systems. Storage tanks must be properly maintained and licensed until all tanks are properly closed.
Master Masonry: Frequently Ask Questions
A new brick pavement can be constructed on asphalt, concrete, or compacted gravel as a base. For asphalt and concrete bases, the base material should be installed according to standard construction procedure and then the brick can be constructed on top. (See previous question.) For a compacted gravel base, the earth below should be well compacted. All brick pavements should have the earth graded to a minimum slope of quarter-inch per foot for drainage.
Two laws govern acquisitions for State or federally assisted projects. Both the Pennsylvania Uniform Eminent Domain Code 1964, P.L. 84 as amended and the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970, as amended. (42 U.S.C.
Tampa Florida Real Estate FAQ's
You will go to a local title company or attorney who will perform the closing. All your mortgage documents will be waiting for you at closing as well as any other documents requiring your signature.
City of Ontario - FAQs & Rumors - FAQs
You can talk to the people who park too close to your driveway and ask them to please be considerate of others. If this does not work, or you do not feel comfortable making this contact, parking is regulated by the Ontario Police Department, and you may contact them at (541) 889-7266.
Frequently Asked Questions - Center for Research and Educati...
You should set a window for taking the survey if it is not happening completely under your control. (for example; parents taking the survey at home) In your cover letter indicate a deadline for finishing the survey (a two week window seems to work for most schools). When the deadline arrives you can contact us and we can see in the database how many have taken the survey. If the results are satisfactory (15-20% for parents), then we can process the results.