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How is my property zoned and what can I build on it?
Find out how the City of Orlando categorizes property into zoning districts and how these categories indicate how property can be used and developed.
Orlando city code covers property located within city limits. Check to see if your property is in Orlando and how it's zoned using the property locator below.
How to use the property locator:
Important: If your property is outside of city limits, please visit the Orange County Property Appraiser to find the property's jurisdiction and zoning district. You'll find the information under the “Info” and “Land” tabs.
Locate Your Property
Verify how property in the City of Orlando can be used and what can be built on it. Development standards include setbacks, height limit, density/intensity, and impervious surface ratio (ISR). For Planned Development (PD) zoning standards, contact the Planner on Call at 407.246.2269 or email@example.com.
Check Property Use
Check Development Standards
Important: This information only indicates allowed use categories and base development standards. To develop your property, you will need to comply with other city codes, such as zoning overlays, sufficient parking and green space, before requesting building permits. Planning staff, public review boards and City Council may also have to review your plans. Please contact the Planner on Call at 407.246.2269 Option 1 for more information.
Note: Any portion of the zoning designation after the "/" is a zoning overlay. Find links to the most common overlays in the Residential Development Standards Guide.
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