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Description zoning restriction
Zoning is a government-imposed restrictions on the use that may be made of land. For example, a municipality may adopt a zoning ordinance that permits the construction of only single-family houses in a designated portion of the city. Zoning is used to plan future community growth and to ensure reasonable, orderly development. A variance is an exception granted by an administrative agency such as a zoning board that permits a use of property that is inconsistent with an existing zoning ordinance.
This form is a generic example that may be referred to when preparing such a form for your particular community. It is for illustrative purposes only. Local laws should be consulted to determine any specific requirements for such a form in a particular jurisdiction.
- View Application to a Zoning Board for Variance From Zoning Restriction
- View Detailed Application to a Zoning Board For Variance From Zoning Restriction with a Plot Plan Showing Block and Lot Numbers and Existing as well as Proposed Structures
- View Notice of Hearing for Variance Before Board of Zoning Appeals - Notice to be Sent by Applicant to Interested Property Owners
- View Petition to Board of Zoning Appeals in Support of Application for a Variance
- View Complaint or Petition for Judgment Declaring a Nonconforming Use
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