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Clay County Planning and Zoning can only see the zoning of properties in Unincorporated Clay County. If you live in the city you will need to contact the city in which you reside. You can find the zoning of property in Unincorporated Clay County by searching the Clay County Assessor's Parcel Map or by calling or emailing our office.
We require all citizens in Unincorporated Clay County to request a pre-application meeting, through this process we will walk you through the proper steps to take. You can schedule a pre-application meeting by calling or emailing our office.
Typically 3-4 months from when you apply.
The County's regulation is one house per parcel. Depending on the circumstances you may be able to apply for an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU). You can find the ADU regulations in our Land Development Code Section 151-6.3(A).
The number of Companion, Small, Medium, or Large Animals is not controlled on agriculturally-zoned (AG) property with a minimum of 20 continuous acres. However, those animals may not create a nuisance. If the property is smaller than 20 acres you would refer to our section of code on animal use regulations 151-6.2C).