Who is responsible for locating my property lines?

The property owner is responsible for knowing the locations of their property lines.

If you cannot locate your property pins, you will need to hire a licensed surveyor to locate your pins which delineate property boundaries.

The city does not offer this service.

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1. When is a zoning certificate required for a project?
2. When do you need a building permit?
3. What it the size limit for building a detached garage or storage barn?
4. If I build a shed not exceeding 200 square feet, does it require a zoning certificate?
5. How long does it take to get a Zoning Certificate?
6. What are the requirements for temporary pools, and do I need a Zoning Certificate?
7. Who is responsible for locating my property lines?
8. How do I find out what my property is zoned?
9. What do I need to do for a business if I'm looking to occupy a new space?
10. Do I need a sign permit to replace the sign face at my business?
11. Do I need a zoning permit to install solar panels on my property?
12. Can I make an anonymous zoning complaint?
13. My neighbor and I are having a dispute regarding the boundary line of our properties. Can the Zoning Office help me?
14. My neighbor’s tree hangs over the fence into my rear yard. I am afraid that a tree limb will fall into my yard and cause damage. Can the Zoning Office help me?
15. Does Tallmadge require a pre-sale home inspection?