What is the zoning of my property?

Zoning is the separation of a city into districts, or "zones," that provide for the regulation of the intensity of development and allowable uses. If you know the location, Assessor's Parcel Number (APN), or address of your property, you may identify your zone by using Planning Division's Zoning page. You may also contact the public counter for zoning information at 951-674-3124. Written confirmation of the zone can be requested and is subject to a processing fee.

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1. How often does the Planning Commission Meet?
2. Where is my property line?
3. What is the zoning of my property?
4. How many units can I build on my property?
5. Is a permit required for permanent signs such as store front signs and temporary signs such as banners, balloons, and flags?
6. Where can I find information about building a new addition?
7. What do I need to know before building a block wall or fence?
8. Are Manufactured Homes allowed?
9. Is Planning and Zoning Review and approval required for additions to my home?
10. Is a permit required for a parking lot or sidewalk sale, or any similar outdoor activity?
11. Are the regulations different within the Historic Elsinore Downtown District?
12. Can I have a business in my home?
13. What is a subdivision?