What is my property zoned?

The County Assessor and the Planning and Zoning Department both have separate and different “zones” for parcels. You can find land use zones info on the Zoning Maps on the Planning and Zoning page. Search by address or parcel number. Make sure to check the “Graham Zoning” box and consult the legend to see what the colors mean. Your parcel number can be found on your tax bill or valuation notice. Please see Articles 4 and 5 of the County Ordinances for land use regulations and land use provisions.

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1. Do I need a building permit?
2. How can I get a building permit?
3. What is the fee for a building permit?
4. What happens if I build without a permit?
5. What setbacks do I need to allow when I build?
6. How can I get septic approval/clearance?
7. How do I get a septic tank?
8. When do I call for an inspection?
9. How do I request an inspection?
10. What is my property zoned?
11. How do I split my property?
12. Am I allowed to have horses on my property?
13. Can I camp on my vacant property?
14. Can I live in an RV on my vacant property?
15. Can I move a manufactured home onto my property?
16. What is my parcel number?
17. Where do I go to get a burn permit?
18. Where can I find groundwater permitting and well information?
19. Does Graham County regulate water wells?
20. How do I file a complaint about a property?
21. How do I find out about the easements located on or near my property?