Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
Show All Answers
Yes, home occupations are considered an accessory use in residential zoning districts with specific restrictions that include the size of the business, number of employees, signage, and type of business. (See section 156.029 of Municipal Code).
This depends on your zoning classification. Residential zoning districts allow a maximum of 4 household pets. A-2 Rural Residence District allows a maximum of 4 barn animals per five acres and a maximum of 4 household pets.
The zoning classification of your property can be found using the Official Channahon Zoning Map.
A copy of the Village Zoning District Regulations is found within Chapter 156 of the Village Code of Ordinances and can be found online through the American Legal Publishing Corporation website.