What information does a residential contractor in Fort Worth, Texas need to know before the plan to execute a project is begun?
Before you plan the location of your next project, you need to make sure that the location is allowed. Each residential property has an area around the perimeter of the property that is a required yard. This area is required to be open from the ground to the sky unobstructed and can be a side yard, rear yard, front yard or projected front yard. The sizes of the yards vary by the zoning classification for the property. For the correct setback for your property’s zoning classification, please refer to Chapter 4 District Regulations, Article 7 Residential Districts of the Zoning Ordinance. If you are unsure if your project’s chosen location is located in one of these required yards, please contact a zoning staff member with the City of Fort Worth at 817-392-8028.
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