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The Planning Department can assist in identifying zoning and regulatory information about specific parcels in Delaware County.

What is my parcel zoned?

Most municipalities have zoning maps and district regulations on their individual websites or can provide copies to the public. Municipal officials will have the most current zoning information for their residents.

However, The Delaware County Data & Mapping Innovation Office provides the Delaware County Municipal Zoning application, an interactive map that provides zoning data from all 49 of its municipalities. It should be noted, overlay zoning districts must be turned on under the layers section to be viewed on the map. Lastly, documents may become outdated, as stated by the disclaimer page, it is always recommended to check with municipal officials.

Where can I find zoning ordinance information?

Delaware County Planning Department provides the Delaware County Municipal Dashboard, which includes links to Municipal Plans, Zoning Ordinances, and Subdivision and Land Development Ordinances, as well as a brief overview of the municipality.

If you need to ensure you have the most recently adopted ordinance, we recommend you contact the municipality.

Researching a property

The Delaware County Real Estate Parcels & Tax Records System and Homestead Status is a great resource for finding a site’s owner, building information, and folio and map numbers.

Need assistance finding your parcel’s regulatory information? Contact the Planning Department at 610-891-5200 or


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