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Utah County Building Permit Requirements for building a storage shed

Click on your city to see the available shed ordinance and building permit requirements

Unincorporated Utah County's requirements are shown at the top of the page.

 

Alpine        American Fork        Cedar Hills        Eagle Mountain        Elk Ridge        Highland        Lehi        Lindon        Mapleton        Orem        Payson

Pleasant Grove        Provo        Salem        Santaquin        Saratoga Springs       Spanish Fork       Springville       Woodland Hills

 

NOTE: We are still in the process of posting all of the building permit information for all of the cities listed above.

If your city's information is not shown here, we recommend contacting your local city office for more information.

 

 

Utah County shed building permit requirements.

 

Storage sheds or buildings under 200 sq. ft. require a zoning compliance permit only to make sure that all setback requirements are being met.

Set back requirements can vary depending on how your property is zoned.  Contact the Utah County Zoning department to find those requirements. 801-851-8343

The Utah County Building Division Website states that a building permit is required for all structures or buildings.  However this seems to be talking about buildings with concrete foundations and does not state anything about minimum size requirements.  We recommend contacting the Utah County Building Department for further information.

 

Utah County Building Division and Community Development

51 S University Ave., Suite 117

Provo, UT 84601

email: shauna@utahcounty.gov

801-851-8342

 

 

 

Alpine

 

Alpine City Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements.

 

According to Alpine City, they follow state requirements which indicate that buildings under 200 sq. ft. do not require a building permit.  However, all buildings larger than 200 sq. ft. do require a building permit.  Links to access Alpine City building permits and development code are shown below.

 

Alpine City Building Permit Application

 

Apine City Devolopment Code

 

Below is a description of the setback requirements for storage sheds in the Alpine City Limits.

 

Accessory Buildings. All accessory buildings shall be located in accordance

with the following: (Amended by Ord. 2006-14, 9/12/06; Ord. No. 2010-03,

8/24/10)

 

  1. Setback from Main Building. Accessory buildings which are located twelve
    1. (12) feet or closer to a main building and are attached to the main building by a common roof or wall shall be considered as part of the main building and shall meet the same setbacks as the main building.
  2. Side Setback - Corner Lot, Side Abutting a Street. Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than forty (40) feet from the side lot line which abuts on a street.
  3. Front Setback. Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than forty (40)feet from the front property line.
  4. 4. Side and Rear Setback - Interior Lot Line. Accessory buildings shall be set back not less than fifteen (10) feet from the rear lot line and ten (5) feet from the side lot line, except that no minimum rear or side setback shall be required when all the following conditions are met:
    1. The accessory building is located more than twelve (12) feet from an existing dwelling on the same or adjacent lot;
    2. The accessory building contains no openings on the side contiguous to the lot line;
    3. No drainage from the roof will be discharged onto an adjacent lot;
    4. The accessory building shall be constructed of non-combustive materials or have fire resistive walls rated at one (1) hour or more;
    5. The building will not be placed on land designated as a recorded easement, such as a utility or trail easement; and
    6. The building will not be taller than ten (10) feet to the top of the roof line.

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

American Fork

 

American Fork City does not require a building permit for any shed or accessory building 200 sq. ft. or smaller.

Below is an excerpt from the American Fork City Building permit  website:

 

When is a building permit required?

A building permit is required for all new construction or structural changes. This includes:

  • New Buildings (all commercial and residential)
  • Accessory buildings over 200 square feet
  • Additions, alterations or repairs (bedrooms, bathrooms, family rooms, garage conversion
  • basement finishes, kitchen expansions, etc.)
  • Residential work (covered decks, decks over 30 inches above grade, fireplaces, pools, retaining walls, etc.)
  • Electrical system modifications or additions
  • Plumbing system modifications or additions
  • HVAC (heating, ventilating and air-conditioning) systems
  • Modifications in framing (remove interior wall, add door, etc.)
  • Exterior upgrades

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Cedar Hills

 

Cedar Hills Shed Building Permit requirements:

Cedar Hills does not require a building permit for any shed or accessory building200 sq. ft. and smaller.  However it does mention the possible need to acquire an installation permit from the zoning department to make sure that you are meeting any set back requirements.

Below is an excerpt from the Cedar Hills Building permit website.

 

 "Do I need a permit to put a shed on my property?"

"Yes. To ensure that you meet the set-back and height requirements, you need to obtain a building permit for any accessory building over 200 square feet. For portable sheds under 120 sq. ft. and utility sheds under 200 sq. ft. please submit the Installation Permit through the Zoning Department."

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Eagle Mountain

 

Eagle Mountain Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements:


Eagle Mountain does not require a shed building permit for any shed 200 sq. ft. and smaller. unless it has pluming or electrical.

Below is an excerpt for the Eagle Mountain Building permit website.

 

What requires a Building permit and Why?

The International Residential Codes, (IRC), the Building Code mandated for the State of Utah, requires

builders, homeowners or their agents to obtain a permit when building a home or when:

  • Changing load bearing wall configurations
  • Converting storage space to living space
  • Finishing a basement
  • Finishing a bonus room area
  • Retaining walls over 4 feet in height
  • Sheds w/electric or plumbing (any size)
  • Sheds over 200 square feet
  • Carports
  • Garages
  • Decks attached to a home
  • Any structure attached to a home
  • Solar Panels

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Elk Ridge

 

We cannot fine any information on the Elk Ridge City Website for shed building permit requirements.

 

We recommend contacting the Elk Ridge City Building Department for help with Shed building permit requirements.

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Highland

 

Highland City Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements.

 

According to the Highland City Building Department website, in the accessory building code. 3-4109, A building permit is required only on sheds larger than 200 sq. ft.

Below is an excerpt from the Highland Accessory Buildings Code:

Accessory Building Ordinance:

3-4109: Accessory Buildings (Amended: 9/5/00, 1/15/02, 9/17/02, 01/05/2010) All accessory buildings within this zone shall conform to the following standards, setbacks and conditions:

   (1) An accessory building is any building or structure which is not attached to the main dwelling on

        the lot that is:

   (a) Greater than 200 square feet, or

   (b) That is attached to a permanent foundation as defined by the building code.

 

There is more information on the Highland City website.

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Lehi

 

We are unable to locate any information on Lehi City's website that describes the building permit requirements of storage sheds.

 

However, Most Utah cities have adopted the International Building code, which does not require a building permit for any structure that is 200 sq. ft. or smaller.

 

We have not verified this information but we will update this section as soon as we have more information available.

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Lindon

 

Lindon City Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements.

 

Lindon City does not require a building permit for any storage shed or playhouse for any building that does not exceed 200 sq. ft. according to the Lindon City building permit regulations

Below is an excerpt from the Lindon City Development Manual Chapter 3 on Building and Building Permits.

 

Work exempt from permit. Permits shall not be required for the following. Exemption from permit requirements

of this code shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the

provisions of this code or any other laws or ordinances of this jurisdiction.

Building:

  • One-story detached accessory structures used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses,
    provided the floor area does not exceed 200 square feet (18.58m2).

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Mapleton

 

Mapleton City Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements:

 

Mapleton City does not require a building permit for any shed, playhouse or structure that does not exceed 200 sq. ft.

 

Below is an excerpt from the Mapleton City Community Development Frequently Asked Questions

 

When do I need a building permit?

 

Obtaining a building permit ensures that your project complies with adopted

building standards and protects you and future owners from potential hazards. A

building permit is required whenever an individual intends to construct, enlarge,

alter, repair, move, demolish or change the occupancy of a building, or to erect,

install, enlarge repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical

or plumbing system. A building permit is not required under limited

circumstances including, but not limited to the following:

 

  • Single story detached structures that do not exceed 200 square feet in
    size and used as a storage shed, playhouse or similar use;
  •  

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Orem

 

Orem City Shed Building permit requirements:

 

Orem City does not require a building permit for any storage shed or other structure that is 200 sq. ft. or smaller on single family or two family dwelling lots and sheds120 sq. ft or smaller of multi-family dwelling lots as stated on the Orem City Building Department webite.

 

below is an excerpt from the Orem City Community development  sheet, When do I need a building permit?

 

Do Not Require Permits:

  • One-story detached storage-type sheds 200 square
    feet and smaller on one- and two-family dwelling lots
  • One-story detached storage-type sheds 120 square
    feet and smaller in commercial or multi-family

 

The above information is informational only and does not replace official city documents.

 

 

 

Payson City:

 

Payson City Storage Shed Permit Requirements (text taken from the Payson City website)

 

A shed permit is required for all sheds and accessory buildings regardless of size.  If a shed or other accessory building is less than 120 sq. ft., it only requires a Zoning Review permit.  All sheds and accessory buildings over 120 sq. ft. requires a Shed Permit.  Setbacks from property lines and building separation requirements are determined by the zone in which the property is located.  The requirements are provided with the permit application.  The application may be downloaded below or acquired at the Development Services office located at 439 W. Utah Avenue.

 

You can access the following applications and other information from our website:

 

Payson City Shed Permit Application

 

Zoning Review Permit Application

 

PAYSON CITY SHED PERMIT WEB PAGE

 

The following information has been taken from the current Payson City Zoning Ordinance; however the information contained on this page does not take the place of the ordinance. Although every effort was made to provide the most complete information possible, if any information is missing from this handout, all requirements of the Zoning Ordinance must still be satisfied prior locating and constructing a shed in Payson.

 

OTHER GENERAL INFORMATION FOR PAYSON CITY:

 

  • Accessory uses are not allowed unless clearly incidental to a permitted or conditional use of the property
  • A shed shall not be placed within any required setback as defined in Section 19.6 of Payson City’s Zoning Ordinance
  • A shed shall not be designed or used as a guest house or separate dwelling unit
  • In no case shall a shed be located on a public utility easement (PUE)
  • For information on other types of accessory buildings, refer to Title 19 Zoning Ordinance
  • If the lot is located in a subdivision which contains recorded CC&R’s, the applicant is responsible for supplying a letter from the Architectural Review Committee (ARC) and/or Homeowners Association (HOA) approving the shed.  If there is no ARC or HOA, it is the applicant’s responsibility to review the subdivision CC&R’s for compliance.  City approval of this permit does not deem the shed to be in compliance with the subdivision CC&R’s.  By signing the application, the applicant acknowledges the requirements of this application and the subdivision CC&R’s.

 

SHED CONSTRUCTION PERMIT REQUIREMENTS:

 

  • Site Plan
    • Include lot dimensions and dimensions of all buildings on the lot
    • Show front, rear, and side setbacks, and any easements that are recorded on the property
    • Include name of owner and designer of plans
    • Legal street address
    • Grade elevation of at least one corner of lot and shed
    • Provide north arrow

 

  • Floor Plan:  (minimum scale of 1/4”=1’)
    • Show dimensions of building
    • Dimensions of all windows and doors

 

  • Electrical Plan:  (if applicable)
    • Show location of all receptacles, switches and lighting fixtures

 

  • Cross Section:
    • Show footing and foundation size (the bottom of the footing needs to be 30” below finished grade for frost protection)
    • Show footing and foundation size
    • Show steel placement, size, and grade
    • Show sill plate and type of material
    • Show foundation anchor bolts spacing and size (these tie the shed down)
    • Show floor
    • Show wall section including stud size, sheeting and siding
    • Show location of all blocking for truss, joist and fire blocking
    • Show details of roof construction including pitch, framing members, sheeting, and roofing
    • Show post and beam connections and size of all beams

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

Pleasant Grove

 

Pleasant Grove City Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements.

 

According to the Pleasant Grove City Website, some sheds, (depending on size), may not require a building permit.  However, the city does have an "Accessory Building Permit Aplication" which should be submitted for all permanent and semi-permanent structures.  In most cases, our storage sheds would be considered a semi-permanent structure.  The website is not clear on whether there is a charge for this permit and does not specify what sizes would not require a building permit.  However, we would assume that Pleasant grove city follows the International Building code which states than all accessory buildings 200 sq. ft. and smaller without plumbing and electrical do not require a building permit.  We have not been able to verify this information and we encourage you to contact the Pleasant Grove City Community Development Department, or visit the Pleasant Grove City Website for more information.

 

Here is a link to the Pleasant Grove City Accessory Building Permit Application required for all Storage Sheds and Playhouses to ensure that you are meeting set back regulations.

If you have have any further information about Pleasant Grove's shed permit or prices on these permits, please let us know so that we can add that information to this website.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

Provo

 

Provo City Shed and Accessory Building Permit Requirements:

 

Provo City does not require a building permit for any shed or structure that is 200 sq. ft. and smaller; however, like most cities, there are setback requirements that require  that you storage shed be placed a certain distance from your property line.  There are also different height requirements depending on what zone the property is located in.  Most residential zones allow a shed to placed within 3 ft. of your rear and side property lines as long as the structure is placed at least 6 ft. from the main dwelling structure.  Most residential zones also require the shed to be no taller than 12 ft.

 

Accessory Buildings over 200 sq. ft. require a building permit and must also meet all of the setback rules.

 

Below is an excerpt from the Provo City Website stating these regulations.

 

SHED / ACCESSORY BUILDING

 

  • Accessory buildings fewer than 200 sq. feet do not require a building permit; however, there are setback requirements (required distances from property lines) and height requirements for the zone where the property is located. Most residential zones allow sheds and other accessory buildings to be built three feet inside a property line only if the structure is more than six feet away from the main dwelling, and not more than twelve feet high. Please contact the Zoning Division at (801) 852-6400 to check for your setback requirements before you build. You will also want to be aware of any current utilities or public right-of-ways before you make any changes. Contact Provo Power at (801) 852-6852 for information about utilities and right-of-ways.

 

  • Accessory buildings over 200 sq. feet require a building permit. In addition to meeting the requirements of the zone where the property is located, a set of engineered construction drawings of the proposed building should be submitted to the Community Development Department for review. Start by reviewing and meeting the requirements of the Residential Plan Review Checklist for Additions, Remodels, Basement Finishes and Accessory Structures as well as the Building Permit Application. Please keep in mind that your plans should be drawn to professional standards and to scale. Submit your plans at the Community Development Department located at 330 W 100 S, Provo. If you have questions or need more information, please contact the Building Division at (801) 852-6450.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

Salem

 

Salem City Accessory Building and Shed Ordinance:

 

Salem City does not require a building permit for any sheds that are 200 sq. ft. or smaller.  However, we recommend consulting the Salem City Accessory Building Ordinance.

 

Below is a copy of the Salem City shed ordinance.

 

14-1-060. Accessory Buildings.

1.  In General

  1.  All detached buildings, structures, or satellite earth stations must be located behind the front wall plane of the principal structure.
  2. All detached buildings or structures must comply with any height restrictions found in the applicable zone where they are located. The combined square footage of all detached accessory buildings, structures, and satellite earth stations shall not exceed 500 square feet, or ten percent (10%) of the total lot area, whichever is greater.
  3. Detached sheds or similar structures two hundred (200) square feet or less, may be built to property line. The maximum height of such structure shall not exceed twelve (12) feet from the ground to the peak of the structure and the structure shall not drain storm water onto the neighboring properties. Any owner, or successor in interest, who constructs such an accessory structure on a public utility easement shall be responsible for all costs associated with removing and/or replacing such structure in the event public utilities need to be worked on within the public utility easement.
  4. All detached buildings or structures over two hundred (200) square feet in size and not exceeding sixteen (16) feet in height shall maintain a five foot setback from the side and rear yards. All detached structures over two hundred (200) square feet in size and between sixteen (16) and twenty (20) feet in height shall maintain a ten foot setback from the side and rear yards. All detached structures over two hundred (200) square feet in size and over twenty (20) feet in height shall be setback from all side and rear yards ten(ten) feet, plus one additional foot for each additional foot in height over twenty (20) feet, to a maximum height of twenty-five (25) feet. Height shall be measured from ground level to the peak of the building. Any owner, or successor in interest, who constructs such an accessory structure on a public utility easement shall be responsible for all costs associated with removing and/or replacing such structure in the event public utilities need to be worked on within the public utility easement.
  5. If any accessory building must be removed, relocated, or otherwise modified in any manner in order to access public utilities, the property owner shall bear the full expense of such removal, relocation, or modification, together with all costs of restoration.
  6. All detached structures which have open sides shall obtain a building permit,  if over 200 square feet in size, and shall maintain a two foot setback from the  side and rear yards. The maximum height, of any portion of the building,  shall be sixteen (16) feet from ground level to the peak of the building. Any   owner, or successor in interest, who constructs such an accessory structure  on a public utility easement shall be responsible for all costs associated with  removing and/or replacing such structure in the event public utilities need to  be worked on within the public utility easement.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

 

Santaquin

 

Santaquin City Shed Building Permit Requirements.

 

Santaquin City does not require a building permit for any shed or accessory building that is 200 sq. ft. or smaller.

 

Here is  link to the Santaquin City, Do you need a permit? web page.

 

Here is the text from the website showing items that do not need a permit.

 

Do you need a permit?

In some cases a permit is not necessary

1. Detached accessory buildings under 200 sq. ft.

2. Fences that meets city standards.  Click here for City Code

3. Retaining walls not over four feet in height.

4. Painting and similar finish work.

5. Roofs if original shingles are not removed.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

Saratoga Springs

 

Saratoga Springs Storage Shed Building Permit Requirements:

 

Saratoga Springs does not require a building permit for any shed that is 200 sq. ft. or smaller.  Storage sheds larger than 200 sq. ft. do require a building permit.  Saratoga Springs does have a maximum height requirement stating that all storage sheds shall not exceed 10 ft. in height.

 

Below is an excerpt form the Saratoga Springs Building Department's website.

 

When do I need a building permit for a shed?

 

  • A Building Permit is Not Required for One-story detached accessory structures used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses, provided the floor area does not exceed 200 square feet.  (Minimum Setbacks (accessory buildings not requiring a building permit):  See § 19.05.11 of the City Code)
  • A Building Permit is Required for detached accessory structures used as tool and storage sheds, playhouses and similar uses, that are larger than 200 square feet.  You are required to submit for and obtain a building permit and all required inspections.

 

Accessory buildings not requiring a building permit according to the International Building Code shall not be required to meet interior side yard and rear yard setbacks, and street-side yard setbacks for corner lots where the rear property line abuts the rear property line of the adjacent lot. Exemption from permit requirements of this code shall not be deemed to grant authorization for any work to be done in any manner in violation of the provisions of this code or any other laws or ordinances of this jurisdiction. If placed within a required setback, such buildings:

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

Spanish Fork

 

Spanish Fork City Building Permit Requirements for a storage shed:

 

Spanish Fork City does not state on its website whether or not storage sheds under 200 sq. ft. require a building permit.  However, most cities have adopted the International Building Code which states that all storage sheds 200 sq. ft. and smaller do not require a building permit.

 

Update: 2/6/2017

 

Spanish Fork City does require a building permit for all storage sheds.  However, according to the Springville City code, there is no charge for these permits as long as the shed is  200 sq. ft. or smaller.  This is required to make sure that all setbacks are met.

 

Below, is an excerpt from the Spanish Fork City Building Code.

 

A. Accessory Structures:

  1.  All accessory structures must meet the following requirements:
    1. All accessory structures are required to obtain a building permit. Permits for structures that are less than 200 square feet or are otherwise exempt from the adopted Building Code, as set forth in '14.04.010, are free of charge.
    2. All detached accessory structures must be located behind the front wall plane of the principal structure.
    3. Where property abuts against Interstate 15 or U.S. Highway 6, accessory structures have no required set back from the Interstate 15 or Highway 6 right-ofways.
    4. The combined square footage of all detached accessory structures shall not exceed fifteen percent (15%) of the total lot area if the structure is entirely within the setbacks for the principal structure, or ten percent (10%) of the total lot area if the structure is located elsewhere on the lot.
    5. If any accessory structure must be removed, relocated, or otherwise modified in any manner in order to access public utilities, the property owner shall bear the full expense of such removal, relocation or modification, together with all costs of restoration.
    6. Accessory structures located on a corner lot shall meet the same front, rear, and side setbacks as required for accessory structures on an interior lot. Accessory structures located behind the front plane of the house and within twenty (20) feet a public right-of-way shall be architecturally compatible with the primary structure on the lot. The second clear vision area as addressed in '15.4.16.150 needs to be maintained at all times.
    7. The minimum front setback for detached accessory structures shall conform to the minimum front setback for the existing principal structure and shall be set at least five (5) feet, measured from eave to eave, from all structures on the property.
    8. Accessory structures that meet the setback requirement for the principal building may be allowed to meet the maximum height allowed in that zone.
    9. The maximum height for detached accessory structures shall be twenty (20) feet to the peak of the roof measured from the finish grade (measured 5-feet from the proposed structure). Any structures taller than fifteen (15) feet shall have a roof pitch of no less than 2/12. Properties over one-half acre in size can increase the maximum height to twenty four (24) feet by having the rear and side setbacks the same as the building height.
    10. Where a property’s side yard abuts another property’s rear yard, no setback is required for structures that are open on at least two (2) sides so long as though the structure is attached to the principle structure and is constructed of materials that are aesthetically consistent with the principle structure.
    11. The structure must be constructed so all water runoff from the accessory structure does not flow onto adjoining properties.
  2. Structures that are 200 square feet and less in area and are less than five (5) feet from the property line must meet the following additional requirements:
    1. Structures with a wall height of eight (8) feet or less and a maximum peak height of twelve (12) feet may be constructed with no side or rear setback from property lines. In no case may any portion of a structure extend beyond the property line.
  3. Structures larger than 200 square feet in area must meet the following additional requirements:
    1. Meet all adopted Building Code regulations as set forth in '14.04.010.
    2. Must maintain a minimum setback of five (5) feet to the side or rear property line with a maximum one (1) foot overhanging eave.
    3. Be anchored to concrete footings as outlined in the adopted Building Code as set forth in '14.04.010.
    4. Accessory structures over 200 square feet in size that are located between the front and back planes of the house must be architecturally compatible with the principal structure.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

 

Springville

 

Springville City storage shed building permit requirements:

 

Springville City does not state on its website whether or not storage sheds under 200 sq. ft. require a building permit.  However, most cities have adopted the International Building Code which states that all storage sheds 200 sq. ft. and smaller do not require a building permit.  We have not been able to verify this information and we recommend contacting the Springville City Building Department. 801-489-2704 in you have any questions about building permits.

 

Update: 2/6/2017

 

After speaking with a representative from the Springville Building Department, we have discovered that any storage sheds that are 200 sq. ft. and smaller do not require a building permit but require a set back of 3 ft. from the rear and side property boundaries.  However, any sheds that are 120 sq. ft. or smaller, that setback is reduced to 1 ft. from the property lines.

 

Here is a link to the setback and height requirements for storage sheds.

Springville City setback code: 11-4-405

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

 

Woodland Hills

 

Woodland Hills Shed ordinances:

 

Woodland Hills requires a site plan approval for all out buildings and sheds.

 

We do not have any official information on what sizes require building permits but we have had customers in Woodland Hills tell us that any shed over 100 sq. ft. requires a building permit.  We have not been able to verify this information.

 

The only information we have been able to gather is from the Woodland Hills resident handbook which states the following:

 

Outbuildings

 

No structure may be erected or altered in the city without site plan approval. No structure other than the principle residence may be used for human habitation, either permanent or temporary.  No outbuildings will be allowed for toilet or sewage facilities. (89-3)"

 

 

We currently have no contact information for the Woodland Hills Building Department.

 

This information is strictly informational and is not considered official city documentation.

 

 

 

 

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