About ZoningPoint

ZoningPoint was created by a real estate appraiser for other appraisers and real estate professionals.

It was created out of a need for an easier way to find the zoning maps and zoning codes for properties I was appraising.

On a daily basis I found myself having to scour the internet, spending up to 15 minutes per report just trying to find a zoning map, with a less-than-desirable success rate.

One day, after being so fed up looking for a specific map, I came up with the idea for ZoningPoint.

I wanted a place where I could easily find the zoning info on any property without wasting time digging through the horrible mess of city and county websites out there.

ZoningPoint does just that.

Now, after five years, we have zoning info for over 2,000 municipalities across the United States, and we are adding more every week.

Since adding the maps is a manual process, we can't cover the entire country simultaneously. Maps are added weekly, and the current maps are updated whenever they are changed on the municipality websites.

For more information on available maps, visit the available maps page.

P.S. If you have feedback, please feel free to send me an email directly. I welcome all the feedback I can get.