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Is accessory building construction required to comply with the City's Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance if the Homeowner's Association / Property Owner's Association approved the construction?

Yes, construction must comply with all applicable City ordinance and regulations. In all cases, the more restrictive requirement will prevail. In addition, no ordinance or regulation adopted by the City shall lessen the requirement set forth by the Homeowner’s Association (HOA) or Property Owner’s Association (POA).

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1. What is an accessory building?
2. Where can I build an accessory building?
3. Is there a minimum separation requirement between the main structure and an accessory building?
4. What is the minimum side and rear yard setback requirement for detached accessory buildings?
5. Can an accessory building be constructed in a utility easement?
6. Can a concrete patio/flatwork extend into the rear yard setback requirement?
7. Is accessory building construction required to comply with the City's Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance if the Homeowner's Association / Property Owner's Association approved the construction?
8. Are any of these frequently asked questions available in a document?
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