Zoning Permit Info
Zoning permits are required for fences, signs, accessory sheds less than 200 square feet, swimming pools and other zoning issues.
- Applicant submits the following information to the Building Official:
- Completed building permit application, and two sets project plans.
- Building Official will review building permit application for document completeness and upon approval will issue the zoning permit. At this time any applicable bonds will be charged.
- The applicant will pay for the zoning permit and applicable bonds at the City Treasurer. Copies of the receipts will be provided to the Building Department. Until proof of payment is received, no inspections will be scheduled.
Residential fences are regulated through the Marysville Zoning Ordinance (Section 1645). Property owners of corner lots should be aware that Article 2, Definitions, of the Marysville Zoning Ordinance requires all yards abutting on a street to be considered a front yard for setback purposes. The fence regulations are:
- Fences or walls in residential districts not exceeding six feet in height may be constructed within a required side or rear yard and may be along a property line.
- Ornamental fences and walls for decorative purposes, not exceeding twenty-four inches in height as measured form the established sidewalk or top of curb grade, may be located within a front yard provided the fence is not closer than three feet to a front lot line.
- Fences which enclose public or institutional parks, playgrounds, or public landscaped areas situated within areas developed within recorded lots shall not exceed eight feet in height, measured from the surface of the ground, and shall not obstruct vision to an extent greater than twenty-five percent of their total area.
- Fences on lots of record shall not contain barbed wire, electric current or charge of electricity.
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