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Setbacks and maximum height differ between different types of towers:
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What you can do on your property depends on the planned use and what the current zoning is on the parcel. Please call 307-721-2568 or come into our office for specifics.
Visit the Permit Applications page for:
When applying for any permit, be sure to review the Schedule of Fees.
It is recommended that you talk to a planner in the Planning Office before you begin the subdivision application process. An applicant will need to have a professional survey completed. You will need to hire a professional engineer or surveyor to complete this process. Many engineering firms are familiar with our process and regulations, however, it is strongly recommended that you speak with a planner to determine what is required and how long the process will take.
For more information, contact the Planning Department at 307-721-2568.
Conditional Use Permits become void 1 year after they are granted unless put to use. If the permit has been abandoned for 1 year it becomes void.
The Notice Fee covers the notice expenses at the time of filing a development proposal. The Notice Fee is required for any application that is reviewed by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Requirements vary depending on the permit. You can find the requirements on the permit applications and in applicable County Land Use Regulations. It is your responsibility to contact the Planning Office to get the specifics on each.
Access the appropriate applications on the Permit Applications page to learn more about specific requirements, or contact the Planning Department at 307-721-2568.