Where on my property can I place a shed (Detached Accessory Building)?

All detached Accessory Buildings shall be behind the Rear Principal Building Line and may be erect within five (5) feet of a side or five (5) feet of the Rear Lot Line so long as it is not within a recorded Easement.  If the accessory building exceeds over 200 square feet in area, it will then need to be on a structurally sufficient concrete slab and/or pad per Indiana Code.   The Accessory Building shall be located on the same lot and within close proximity to the Principal Building.  

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1. How do I obtain a Building/Improvement Location Permit?
2. What are the requirements for a Building/Improvement Location Permit?
3. How do I know if I need a permit?
4. Where can I get a copy of the Building Code?
5. What is a Temporary Use Permit used for?
6. Do you need a permit to demolish a building?
7. Do I need a permit for a swimming pool?
8. Is a permit needed for a temporary pool?
9. Where on my property can I place a pool?
10. Do I have to fence in my yard when I put up a pool?
11. How long do I have to start work after I obtain a permit?
12. Where on my property can I place a shed (Detached Accessory Building)?
13. How to obtain a Contractor’s License or Business License?
14. How do I file a complaint?
15. Can I have a storage container on my property?