Who can tell me how my property is zoned?
The Planning and Zoning Office at phone number 603-448-1457, can help you determine the zoning of your property. You must know the physical location and legal description of your property, or you can view this information online through the GIS mapping tool, search your property by address or tax map and lot number, click on it and then change the property view theme to Zoning theme and the zoning district label will appear, but always feel free to verify this with someone in the Planning and Zoning office.

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1. Do I need a permit to camp at Boston Lot?
2. Do you have a list of active applications?
3. Does the City have a Master Plan?
4. What triggers a site plan?
5. What is the cost for Site Plan or Subdivision?
6. How often does the Planning Board meet?
7. How do I apply for a Site Plan, Subdivision, Boundary Line Adjustment, Voluntary Merger?
8. What is considered a wetland?
9. Can I subdivide my land?
10. Do I need a state permit to fill in a wetland?
11. Do you have a list of Conservation Lands?
12. Who can tell me how my property is zoned?
13. How can I help improve the conservation lands in the city?
14. Is there an online site/map which shows the location of water/sewer lines in the City?