Ordinances & Plans

The zoning ordinance regulates how property owners can use their land within the City of Ortonville to ensure public health, safety, and general welfare in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan. It also includes regulations for lighting, parking, signage, landscaping, and natural features, including shoreland and wetlands. Changes to the zoning ordinance text or map require Planning Commission review and  City Councilapproval.

If the property is within the Heritage Preservation District (located in the main business district on Second Street), there are additional considerations to be reviewed.

If you have questions about how a property is zoned or if a proposed use of a parcel of land is allowable, contact the the City Office at 320/839-3428.

2008-Comprehensive-Plan

Wellhead Protection Plan

Ordinances