What are the setbacks for structures on my property?

Zoning setbacks are determined by the underlying zoning district. In the Agricultural (A), Rural Residential (RR), Residential One (R1), and Two (R2) districts, a principle dwelling must be 50' from the front from the edge of the right-of-way (R-O-W), 15' from each side property line, and 35' from the rear property line. For Village Residential (VR), the setbacks are 25' from the front from the edge of the R-O-W, 15' from side and rear property lines. For Suburban Residential (SR), the setbacks are 20' from the front from the edge of the R-O-W, 20' in the rear, and 15' from the side property lines.

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1. Where can I find the Warren County Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances online?
2. Where can I find out what my property is zoned?
3. What are the zoning requirements to construct a single-family dwelling on my vacant property?
4. How many dwellings can I have on my property?
5. What are the setbacks for structures on my property?
6. Can I put a shed or garage on my property?
7. How do I find out if my property perks for a septic field?
8. What are the setbacks for a well and drain field on my property?
9. What are the zoning requirements and fee for getting a business license for a home business?
10. How do I report a violation for trash and debris or inoperable vehicles in my neighborhood?
11. How many dogs and cats are legally allowed in my household?
12. Can I have horses or chickens on my property?
13. Can I park a Recreational Vehicle or travel trailer (camper) on my property and live in it?