Can I place a shed up to the property line?

108-2.2 SHED definition: A temporary or permanent accessory structure for storage or animal husbandry, not to exceed 140 square feet of floor space and 10 feet in height. The term "shed" does not include a shipping container or truck body.

108-5.15 bulk regulation chart: One Shed may be placed up to five feet from the rear and side property lines but must adhere to the front property line setback.

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1. Where can I find the town’s zoning rules?
2. What is a Variance?
3. What does a setback mean?
4. Does my property line extend to the road pavement?
5. Why do I have to go to the Hyde Park ZBA to get approval for my project?
6. Is it legal to put yard sale signs on telephone poles?
7. Can I place a shed up to the property line?
8. Does the town enforce deed restrictions?
9. Can I submit a petition to the ZBA?
10. How do I report a zoning violation?
11. Can I Raise Chickens?