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November 19, 2017
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Can I replace my home? With a mobile home?

The answer to this question is dependent on the zoning of the tax lot in question. In residential zones, a home is an outright permitted use but will be subject to the structural setbacks of that zone, and possibly the 100-foot fuelbreak requirement. In a resource zone, the answer to this question becomes much more complicated. If there is a dwelling that has already been recognized as a legal dwelling by the zoning and building sections, the answer is yes, subject to all of the siting standards and setbacks for that zone. If there is an existing dwelling that zoning and building have no record of, there are many things that must be determined before this question can be answered.

Can I replace my home? With a mobile home?

The answer to this question is dependent on the zoning of the tax lot in question. In residential zones, a home is an outright permitted use but will be subject to the structural setbacks of that zone, and possibly the 100-foot fuelbreak requirement. In a resource zone, the answer to this question becomes much more complicated. If there is a dwelling that has already been recognized as a legal dwelling by the zoning and building sections, the answer is yes, subject to all of the siting standards and setbacks for that zone. If there is an existing dwelling that zoning and building have no record of, there are many things that must be determined before this question can be answered.