Are you building on your own property?

Zoning information

IE: Lot coverage (how much building – including sheds, tiny homes, etc. – allowed on your property), Setbacks (how far your home and accessory structures need to be away from each other and fence/property lines), etc. 

  • You can find information by going to the Clark County GIS Property Information Center and searching for your address or parcel number (also known as the “Tax Account”).
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  • The Account page shows Subdivision information: 

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  • The “Codes” link directs you to the Battle Ground Municipal Code webpage, which provides additional information regarding your property’s zoning district.  
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  • Click on “Residential Districts”
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  • The Battle Ground Municipal Code page provides a variety of information regarding building in Battle Ground.
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  • If you have any questions regarding Title 17 in our Municipal Code, please contact: Planning@CityOfBG.org for more information. 

On a well and/or septic and would like to hook up to City Services:

Finding who is your water/sewer serviced by:

  • You can find information by going to the Clark County GIS Property Information Center and searching for your address or parcel number (also known as the “Tax Account”)           Graphical user interface, website<P>Description automatically generated
  • The Account page shows this information:
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1. What are the application steps?
2. Is the address in Battle Ground city limits?