Can you tell me the zoning classification of a property?

To determine the zoning of a property, please utilize the Village's most recent zoning map, which can be obtained here. You may also request a Zoning Verification letter here. The purpose of a zoning verification letter is a signed document which verifies the current zoning of a property.  A zoning verification letter does not verify the status of buildings or uses on the property; it does not certify conformance or non-conformance of existing uses or structures. The fee for a zoning verification letter is $75.00 per address.  Payment for a zoning verification letter can be made here.

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1. What kind of projects require building permits?
2. As the homeowner, can I do the work myself and if I am doing the work myself, do I still need to get a permit?
3. What if I get caught doing work without have a building permit?
4. How do I obtain a Building Permit?
5. How long does it take to obtain a building permit? Do permits expire?
6. Who is responsible for obtaining the permit?
7. Do I need inspections? How do I set them up?
8. What if I need to make changes to my approved plans during construction?
9. What are the hours when construction work can be done?
10. Construction is now underway at my neighbor’s property. May I see the plans that were approved?
11. Can you tell me the zoning classification of a property?
12. Do I need a permit for a garage sale?
13. Is peeling paint a code violation? Is there anything you can suggest that might persuade my neighbor to paint his unsightly garage door?