Establishing a new business, building a home, or replacing a septic system, all require you to meet Vermont state and local zoning laws. Failure to properly fill out the paperwork, or to obtain the necessary permits, can delay or even halt your building project. Don’t let Vermont’s sometimes confusing maze of zoning laws prevent you from having your dream home or operating your business.
Vermont zoning laws require land and homeowners to meet specific rules before any project is started. For instance, most towns in Vermont require a zoning or building permit before you add a deck or a fence to your home. Septic systems cannot be replaced without having environmental and zoning permits. Everything you do on your land must meet state regulations. Only an expert in Vermont zoning laws can ensure that your project meets local and state laws. Andy Montroll has extensive experience in zoning & land use laws.
Attorneys Experienced in Zoning & Land Use
Andy practices law and serves on multiple Chittenden County planning commissions. Andy is experienced in Administrative, Appeals, Arbitration/Mediation, Business, Civil & Commercial Litigation, Government, Probate & Trust Administration, Wills & Trusts, Wrongful Termination/Employment, Telecommunications and Zoning & Land Use.
Steve has almost 30 years experience practicing law. Steve is experienced in Administrative, Appeals, Arbitration/Mediation, Business, Civil & Commercial Litigation, Commercial and Residential Real Estate, Government, Neighbor Disputes, Probate & Trust Administration, Professional Licensing, Wills & Trusts and Zoning & Land Use.