Can I build on my lot?

Whether or not you can build on a lot depends on the zoning district in which the lot is located, what you intend to build, and the size of the construction. You can use the online property viewer to determine the zoning district for a particular parcel and then check for allowable uses of buildings and land in that district in the Randolph Zoning Ordinances.

Residents and business owners are encouraged to consult with the Randolph Building Commissioner to receive a formal determination on whether or not a lot is buildable: email the Building Commissioner. The Building Commissioner is responsible for the interpretation and enforcement of Randolph's Zoning Ordinances.

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1. I want to install signs for my business. Do I need a permit?
2. Who plows, fixes potholes or makes repairs on a road?
3. What is the difference between a public road and a private road?
4. Is my property in a flood zone?
5. How do I get on the Planning Board agenda?
6. Can I build on my lot?
7. What is the difference between a Special Permit and Site Plan/Design Review?
8. Can I divide my property to create another lot?
9. How do I obtain a plot plan?
10. How do I find out what type(s) of business are allowed in a district?
11. What are the zoning districts in the Town of Randolph?
12. How can I get my property zoning changed?