Land Use Surveys: Boundary Line Adjustments

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A boundary line adjustment is a process for making changes to existing property lines between two adjacent tax parcels. The boundary line adjustment does not create any additional lot or parcel and must meet minimum zoning requirements for each adjusted lot. This type of survey also confirms that the adjusted lots are consistent with city codes and can include services to correct property line or setback encroachments, to improve lot design or access.

Why Terrane?

Our process-oriented approach combined with years of experience allows us to execute boundary line adjustments efficiently and on time. By thoroughly understanding project codes and requirements, we create clear and functional solutions.