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1. the property owner2. the property's legal description or3. 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.
The PUD process has two steps: the Preliminary Development Plan and the Final Development Plan. The Planning Board reviews the application for approval of the Preliminary Development Plan, holds a public hearing, then sends its recommendations on to the BOCC for action. Upon approval of the application, within seven days the owner records a statement with the Register of Deeds. The owner submits a Final Development Plan to the RCPB before a building permit is issued. This final plan must be in substantial compliance with the Preliminary Development Plan.