What is my property zoning classification? Where can I find a zoning map?

You can find your property zoning on St. Croix County's Interactive Zoning Map. Under the Layer List menu, check the box for the “Zoning Chapter 15” layer. In the search box you can enter your property address or parcel ID number (without dashes) to find your property (Example parcel ID: 236-1974-50-003, enter 236197450003 into the search box). You will find your parcel ID on your tax bill.

Additionally, your property may be subject to Shoreland, Floodplain, or Lower St. Croix Riverway Overlay zoning regulations. Those layers can also be found on the interactive map under the Layer List menu.

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1. What is the purpose of the Zoning Code?
2. Does St. Croix County zoning apply to my property?
3. What is my property zoning classification? Where can I find a zoning map?
4. Where can I find the County’s Zoning Code?
5. What are the structure setbacks for my property?
6. Where can I find my property documents, plat maps, certified survey maps, easements, deeds, and affidavits?
7. What can I build? What use is allowed in my zoning?
8. Do I need a permit for the use or development of my property?
9. How do I apply for a Land Use Permit, Conditional Use Permit, Variance, Rezoning, Setback Waiver, and Land Division?
10. Is my property within a Shoreland, Riverway, or Floodplain Overlay District? What is the purpose of these Overlay Districts?
11. I want to build/develop on my property and it’s within a Shoreland, Riverway, and/or Floodplain Overlay District, who should I contact?
12. Where can I find my sanitation records? Has there been a soil test already been done on the property?
13. My sanitary system is failing, who should I contact?
14. Why am I getting this postcard to have my septic pumped?
15. How many animals can I have on my property?
16. Does St. Croix County issue Building Permits?
17. My question wasn’t answered. Who can I ask?