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Setbacks

A setback is the distance a building or structure is required to be from your property line. For example, the closest a house can be to the front property line, in the R1 zone is 20 feet. The 20 feet is the setback for the front yard.

Required setbacks can vary depending on the zoning of the property. There are also different setbacks for accessory structures.

For zoning information please see the Zoning Information section of the web site or call the Planning Department at (909) 395-2036.

If you know the zoning of your property and want the setbacks for that zone, please click on the link below. The link will open the Residential development standards in the development code (Article 14) [PDF].


1410-setbacks-house

A - Property Lines B - Interior Side Yard Setback C - Street Side Yard Setback D - Front Yard Setback - porch E - Front Yard Setback - building F - Rear Yard Setback

1410-setbacks-house plan

A - Property Lines B - Interior Side Yard Setback C - Street Side Yard Setback D - Front Yard Setback - porch E - Front Yard Setback - building F - Rear Yard Setback

Yards

A yard is the area between the building and the property line.

1410-yards

A - Property Lines

1410-yardsplan

A - Property Lines

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Last updated: 9/13/2012 1:26:53 PM