What are the setbacks for Stillwater County?

There are no setback regulations in Stillwater County for residential properties however, it is always in the property owner’s best interest to provide a setback, even if only minimal, from the property line to any structure.  There is a minimum 10-foot setback for a Conditional Use Permit (PDF) for all new multi-family, planned unit developments, commercial or industrial development. View Stillwater County Final Zoning and Development Regulations (PDF).

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1. Is there zoning in Stillwater County?
2. What do I need for a septic permit?
3. Are there any permits needed for development in Stillwater County?
4. What is the Work Camp Plan Review Process in Stillwater County?
5. What are the stages to subdivide?
6. What are the setbacks for Stillwater County?
7. I want to subdivide my property, how do I do that?
8. Is a Certificate of Survey a subdivision?
9. What are family transfers, mortgage surveys, boundary relocations, and other types of surveys?
10. Are there permits needed to build on a lot that is already subdivided?
11. My subdivision has preliminary plat approval, can I sell lots?
12. My neighbor is doing something that isn’t allowed in the subdivision by covenants and restrictions, can the county help me enforce these issues?
13. Is my home in the floodplain?