How do you determine if a use is legal non-conforming?
Staff researches legal non-conforming files located in the department to verify or find information on the use on the property. If we have no previous record or substantiation, the owner is required to provide independent third party documentation that the use is non-conforming. A site plan, indicating all uses and structures with setbacks, is also required. The information, when submitted and determined adequate, is retained in files and sorted by Assessor Parcel Number.

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1. What does legal nonconforming mean?
2. This building is over 30 years old, is it legal nonconforming?
3. What is a legal nonconforming use?
4. How do you determine if a use is legal non-conforming?
5. What do I need to do to establish a legal nonconforming use or circumstance?