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You can find more information on your property’s specific zoning classification in the Town’s Zoning Ordinance. If you are unable to find the specific information you are looking for within the ordinance, please contact the Planning Department at (803) 547-2034 so that we may assist you in getting the information.
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Having a Fort Mill address does not necessarily mean that you are within the incorporated area of the Town of Fort Mill. To determine if you are within the Town of Fort Mill’s jurisdiction, please use one of the following methods:
Another method would be to view the Town’s municipal boundary map (PDF) to determine if your property is within the Town limits.
If you have any difficulties using the methods above, please feel free to either call the Planning Department at (803) 547-2034 or submit an online jurisdiction information request form and our staff will research your property and provide you with an answer.
To determine the zoning classification for your property, please use one of the following methods. Once you’ve determined the zoning classification, you can find information specific to the specific zoning in the Town’s Zoning Ordinance.
The Planning Department maintains the Town of Fort Mill Zoning Map, which shows the zoning within the Town of Fort Mill for individual parcels. The colors on the map correspond to a different zoning district as outlined in the map’s legend.
To determine the zoning for your property, enter your property address in the York County GIS. Visit the Zoning tab found and it will display the zoning classification for your property. For example, you may see LC displayed on your property, which is the abbreviation for the Town’s Local Commercial zoning classification.
If you have any difficulties using the instructions above or have additional questions regarding zoning, please contact the Planning Department at (803) 547-2034 or submit an online zoning classification request form and our staff will research your property and provide you with an answer.
Property lines are initially established by the Planning Department through the subdivision platting process. The final plat of your property or subdivision will provide surveyed information to assist you in finding your property lines, which are typically marked with pins or stakes in the ground. The York County Register of Deeds office maintains records on all final plats within York County and can provide you with a copy should you require one.
If you are unable to locate your property lines, you will need to contact a surveying company to have them come locate and/or mark your property lines. The Town of Fort Mill does not provide these services.