How can I find my property lines?
The only way to know for certain where your property lines are is to hire a licensed land surveyor to do a survey. You will need to pay for this, as the City does not provide this service. In cases where a property has previously been surveyed, you may be able to find a survey marker on the sidewalk or curb in front of the property. The marker is a small metal disk, about the size of a penny, with a nail in it. It is usually placed to identify the property line separating two properties.

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1. I’m interested in remodeling my house? How do I go about this process?
2. Are there restrictions on construction hours and use of mechanical powered devices (motor-powered tools/equipment)?
3. If I want to construct an addition to my house, what are the setback requirements?
4. What are the requirements for building a wall or fence?
5. How can I find my property lines?
6. Can I convert my garage into living space?
7. Does the City have the original blueprints for my house?