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Campbell County Single-Family Residential Zoning Districts do not currently allow secondary living units.
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Yes, with some limitations. The shop portion of the Shome cannot exceed the living area. Example: The shop portion of a 2,000 sq. ft. Shome cannot be more than 1,000 sq. ft. (Note: Some Homeowner’s Associations (HOA’s) do not allow Shomes. Be sure to check with your subdivision’s HOA.)
The principal residence must be built first, then any secondary shops/garages can be built.
In all Residential zoned subdivisions, a detached shop/garage cannot be more than two times the footprint of the principal residence.
Example: A 2-story, 2,000 sq. ft. home with a 600 sq. ft. attached garage can build a detached shop/garage up to 3,200 sq. ft. (1,600 sq. ft. footprint times two).
Maybe - you can apply for a Temporary Use Permit (TUP) to live in an RV for up to one year.
Contact the Planning Division at 307-682-1970 for details.
While there may not be any zoning regulations that apply to your residential home project, the County still requires permits for Small Wastewater Systems, electrical, plumbing, road access, etc. Additional permit requirements for commercial projects will apply. Please contact our offices at 307-682-1970 for more information.