How do I determine what my property is zoned?
If your property is located in Riley County outside of the limits of an incorporated city, you may call Riley County Planning & Development to obtain that information. When you call you should know one of the following to make sure the correct property can be located:

1. the property owner

2. the property's legal description or

3. the property's address

An even more accurate method of determining zoning of a property is to come to the Planning & Development office. This way staff can locate the property on the computer mapping system and also answer any question you may have about the zoning.

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