How can I tell if my property has hillside on it?

Our online database is not comprehensive and does not account for all local variations in gradient change which may meet the hillside definition: slope of 15% or greater within any 5 foot elevation change (See MCZO Section 1201). For an accurate picture of a particular lot, please consult with a registered land surveyor.  You may view our online planning tool, PlanNet.

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1. How can I tell if my property has hillside on it?
2. My neighbor has erected several structures without a permit - what should I do?
3. How do I find out about the easements located on or near my property?
4. My neighbor’s fence seems to be across the property line, as well as the chickens, horse, etc. is looking over the fence at me; the smell, etc. is bothering me, what are you going to do about it?
5. Do I need a permit for a fence or to increase the height of the fence and I want to put up a fence to block my neighbor from using the easement, do I need a permit?
6. My neighbor is blocking my easement, what are you going to do about it/what can I do about it?
7. I want to split my property and need to know how to do this?
8. Who provides electrical, sewer, water service to my property?