What is a home occupation?
A home occupation is the accessory use of a residential property by the occupant of that property for business purposes that are clearly incidental and secondary to the residential use. Home occupations that comply with the requirements of the Development Regulations are permitted uses in all residential districts. Potential home occupations include; artists, writers, dress makers, wood workers, mail order, telephone sales, typing and computer services, repair services and business or professional offices. Applications for home occupation permits are available online or from the Planning Department at 705 East Churchville Road.

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1. How is a property zoned?
2. What is a buildable lot?
3. What is a variance?
4. What is a special exception?
5. What is a special development?
6. What is a home occupation?
7. What is a concept meeting?
8. When is a Use and Occupancy Certificate required?
9. What is the process of subdividing land?
10. What is a final plat?
11. What is a site plan?