What are overlay districts?

An overlay district adds to the provisions of the applicable underlying zoning district. Overlay districts typically apply to a specific corridor or region and ensure that the unique needs of such a corridor or region are met. The Town of Jupiter has one such overlay district: The Indiantown Road Overlay Zoning District (IOZ). Refer to the Town of Jupiter Zoning Map for information about the Indiantown Road Overlay Zoning District (IOZ).

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1. What is the current zoning and land use designation of my property?
2. What are the required setbacks for my property?
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4. What are overlay districts?
5. What is a variance?
6. Can I get a variance for the use I want on my property?
7. How do I get a copy of a permitted site plan or an old survey of my home?
8. What is an easement?
9. What is my PCN (Property Control Number)?
10. May I split my property into two or more parcels?
11. What is the Comprehensive Plan?
12. What is the difference between a Future Land Use and a zoning district?
13. Where is the Town's inventory of lands appropriate for affordable housing (per Senate bill 102 - Live Local Act)?