How to Make Changes to My Property

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Changes are generally classified into two categories by the type of work proposed. Alterations are generally any material change to a property, whereas an addition is increasing the physical footprint of the building or creating additional covered space on the property. All historically designated properties and those within historic districts undergo review for exterior modifications, including alterations, additions, demolition requests and new construction. For both contributing and noncontributing properties, all sides of the building are reviewed.
What alterations can I make to my property?
How can I make an addition to my property?
How is demolition handled in the historic districts? If I have a vacant lot, what is the process for getting new construction approved?