What is a Proffer Amendment?
Often a property has been rezoned with proffers attached to the rezoning. During the course of the development of the property a situation occurs that generates the need to modify the proffered conditions.

In these instances the applicant will request the County modify the proffers to address the particular situation(s). In order for this to occur the applicant will have to submit a proffer amendment application to the County, which provides the reasons for the modification(s) to the original proffered conditions.

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1. When is a building/zoning permit required?
2. What is the minimum amount of acreage required to construct a single family dwelling?
3. What is a certified house location survey and when is it required?
4. May I have more than 1 dwelling on my property?
5. What are setbacks and how do I determine what the required setbacks are for my property?
6. What is an accessory building/structure?
7. May I construct an accessory building/structure before I build my house?
8. What are the setbacks for an accessory building?
9. Where and how do I get a 911 address?
10. What is a Rezoning?
11. What is a Use permit?
12. What is a Zoning Text Amendment?
13. What is a Proffer Amendment?
14. What is the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA)?
15. What is a Variance?
16. What is a zoning Violation?