This depends on the type of nonconformity that exists. In all cases, nonconformities can continue as is. However, certain actions may trigger compliance with new rules. The answer to this question is property specific.
- For nonconforming structures, improvements may be allowed if the degree of nonconformity is not expanded.
- For nonconforming uses, expansion of the nonconforming aspect of the use may not be allowed.
- For existing developed properties, owners may need to contact our Planning and Development Department for answers to specific questions.