What is the required setback for a pool and how do I determine it?
There is a minimum 10 foot setback required from the side and rear property lines of all pools, above ground and in ground alike. For an in ground pool the 10 foot is measured from any concrete around the pool to the property line. An above ground pool the 10 foot is measured from the coping around the pool to the property line. Also any pool accessories including decks, filters, or heaters must also be kept out of the 10 foot setback.

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2. Is a permit required for paver patio, concrete patio, sheds or retaining walls?
3. What is the required setback for a pool and how do I determine it?
4. What activities on residential properties require a permit?
5. What activities on commercial properties require a permit?
6. What zone is my property in?
7. What uses are permitted in my zone?
8. What are the setbacks of my zone?
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10. What is the setback for a pool?
11. What is the setback for decks and patios?
12. What is the setback for a retaining wall?
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