How is my property zoned?

The City is responsible for establishing land use classifications as a means of regulating business and residential activities to ensure that uses are compatible and appropriate within defined areas of the City. Properties must generally comply with the regulations for the respective district in which they are located.

The Official Zoning Maps show the classifications as an overlay on the land area within the City. The regulations are defined within Chapter 2, Article II of the City's Land Development Code.

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1. How is my property zoned?
2. How do I find out about proposed development projects?
3. Is my property located in a flood hazard area?
4. How can I obtain a written zoning confirmation for a property in Ormond Beach?
5. How can I get information on a project that will be heard by the Planning Board?
6. How can I get information on a variance request that will be heard by the Board of Adjustment and Appeals?
7. What is the Form Based Code?
8. Are short term rentals / Airbnb’s allowed?
9. Can I put a modular home on my property?
10. Do I need a permit for a shed?
11. Where can I store my RV and/or Boat on my residential property?
12. Do I need a permit for a fence?
13. Do I need a permit to replace my driveway?
14. My property on North US Highway 1 is in the unincorporated area of Volusia County. Why do I need to get a permit from the City of Ormond Beach?
15. How am I able to tell if my address is within Ormond Beach jurisdiction or Volusia County?
16. What is a Comprehensive Plan versus the Land Development Code?
17. How can I stay informed of development projects and planning related items?