ZONING & ORDINANCES
Residential, Agricultural, Commercial, and Light Industrial Zoning and Building Permits are required before construction begins. Penalties apply for failure to secure Building and Demolition Permits. A Zoning Permit is required for all businesses.
Additional information may be obtained during Building Department office hours on Thursday evenings by contacting the officials listed below.
Applications for permits can also be downloaded and printed from the Permits page on the website. Upon proper completion of construction and final inspection, the required occupancy permits will be issued.
- The Zoning Permit Application must be obtained from the Zoning Administrator, Leroy Krempec. Please call him at (269) 462-1697. Leave a message. He will return your call. You can also email Leroy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Zoning Administrator is available by appointment Thursdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m..
- Zoning Building Permit Information (2 page PDF)
- Mason Township Zoning Ordinance (150 page PDF)
Report an ordinance violation or make a complaint. Click here for the form. Please return the form via US mail or E-mail. (Directions on the form).
Mason Township Zoning Map
Click here to view the Zoning Map.
Master Plan 2021
The Master Plan is a very effective tool for a community if there is a willingness to support and implement the vision and goals set forth in the Plan. Click here to view the Master Plan.
Policing Ordinances observed in Mason Township, Michigan can be read, downloaded, and printed below.
PURPOSE OF ORDINANCES
Ordinances may also deal with public streets and sidewalks. They typically include regulations regarding parking, snow removal, and littering. Restrictions pets, including “pooper-scooper” and leash laws, are also governed by municipal ordinances.
One of the most significant areas of municipal law is Zoning. Zoning ordinances constitute a master plan for land use within the municipality. A municipality is typically divided into residential, commercial, and industrial zoning districts. Zoning attempts to conserve the value property and to encourage the most appropriate use of land throughout a particular locality.
In the past, many U.S. municipalities enacted a variety of ordinances regulating public morals and behavior, such as ordinances that prohibited spitting on a public sidewalk, have been repealed or are rarely enforced.
- Anti-Noise Ordinance
- Burning Ordinance
- Cemetery Ordinance
- Dangerous Building Ordinance
- Designate Violations of State Construction Code Ordinance
- Enforcement Officer Ordinance
- Flood Plain Management Ordinance
- Litter Ordinance
- Noxious Weed Uncontrolled Plant-growth Ordinance
- Rental Properties Maintenance Ordinance
- Sexually-oriented Business Ordinance
- Vehicle Storage Repair Ordinance
- Amendments to Vehicle Storage Repair Ordinance
- Violations Bureau Ordinance
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