How do I subdivide my property?

Visit with Planning staff to determine whether your proposal is a Lot Split, Lot Combination, Property Line Adjustment, or Subdivision, then submit your proposal for review by the Community Development Department and Rogers Water Utilities. Most proposals may be approved by staff. If a proposed split creates more than 7 new lots and/or requires street or utility improvements, the property must undergo the Subdivision process for approval. Contact Planning staff for questions about submittal requirements.

Show All Answers

1. How do I check the zoning of my property?
2. What does zoning mean?
3. How do I change the zoning of my property?
4. Why is there a ‘Notice of Public Hearing’ sign in my neighborhood?
5. How do I find public meeting agendas?
6. Do I need a sign permit?
7. Can I put a shed in my backyard?
8. Do fences require a permit?
9. Do I need a business license?
10. Can I operate a business from my home?
11. How do I start the development process?
12. How do I subdivide my property?
13. Do I need a grading permit?