What Zoning District is My Property Located In?

You can easily determine what Zoning District your property is located is by visiting our Interactive Map.  It’s easy once you get the hang of it!

After the Color Map loads,

  • Just enter your Parcel ID number in the box on the top left. If you don’t know your Parcel ID Number, you can search by address. Parcel ID number is the number assigned by the Walton County Property Appraiser’s Office. You can visit the Property Appraiser’s website to find this number or you can simply navigate to the general area on the map and find your parcel.
  • Once you have located your parcel, click the Layer List on the top right hand of the screen. This icon looks like a bunch of stacked papers! A list will show of all the different map layers available for you to use. Scroll down until you see Zoning and check the box. It may take a moment for this to load.
  • After the color map loaded, click your parcel again and a box will appear with parcel information. Here you will find the Zoning District name in a text box so you do not have to interpret the colors shown on the map. There is a small arrow at the top right-hand corner of this box that scrolls through the pages of information which will vary depending on which layers you have checked.
  • Once you have determined your Zoning District, visit our Zoning District descriptions for more information such as permitted density. Please keep in mind that these are not representative of all applicable regulations.

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1. What Zoning District is My Property Located In?
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6. What is my Flood Zone?
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8. Can I have an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)?
9. What About a Shed? General Information about Accessory Structures and Uses in Walton County.
10. What About a Fence? General Fence Information.
11. General Scenic Corridor Information
12. Can I live in my Recreational Vehicle (RV)?
13. Can I store my RV on my residential property?
14. Can I put a Mobile/Manufactured Home on my property?
15. Can I have a variance for that?
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