In New Jersey, zoning ordinances vary from town to town. A zoning ordinance is a written regulation and law that defines how property in specific geographic zones can be used. Zoning ordinances specify whether zones can be used for residential or commercial purposes, and may also regulate lot size, placement, bulk (or density) and the height of structures. Check out the different pool zoning laws in the following areas.
This information was taken from the county website as of June 2018, and this information is subject to change. For up to date information regarding laws and regulations, contact the individual town directly or consult with an attorney.
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