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In addition to the information requested on this for, the applicant is required to SUBMIT A DRAWING depicting the actual dimensions and shape of the lot, exact size and location of existing buildings on the lot, and the location and dimension of the proposed building(s) or alteration(s).
Please submit a scanned copy, word document, or PDF containing your site plan.
If you are applying for a zoning permit requiring the construction of new access to a county, township, or state road, a drive permit is required.
If your project required a drive permit, please upload it here.
If you are applying for a zoning permit requiring a new septic system and/or well, you must first obtain a septic and/or well permit from the Health Department. The applicant is required to provide our office of said permits.
If your project required you to obtain a septic and/or well permit, please upload it here.
If you are applying for a zoning permit and your property is located within the "100 year" floodplain, a floodplain development permit is required.
If your project required you to obtain a floodplain development permit, please upload it here.
If you are applying for a zoning permit and your property is located in wetlands, your permit may be denied.
If you are unsure what your lot size in acres is, please visit the Fulton County Auditor's Website and type your address in the "Search" tab.
Your lot size in acres will be under the "Land" tab where it has "Total" bolded at the bottom of the table.
The following factors will be considered by the Fulton County, OH Regional Planning Commission when reviewing your County Zoning Application:
(1) Setback Lines indicate the points on your property behind which you are able to apply to build new structures. Setback Lines are "set-back" behind the road Right-of-Way line to ensure residential safety from traffic accidents, among other things.
(2) A road's Right-of-Way refers to land that has been dedicated for public use. This land's centerline runs through the middle of a public road. The width of a Right-of-Way often extends many feet past the actual width of the road. Dedicating Right-of-Ways for roads allows legal access to emergency vehicles to the roadside and future road expansion, among other things. Right-of-Way widths vary per road.
All construction must be at least 40 feet away from any ditch or stream.
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