Zoning and Planning

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Whether you are contemplating building an addition to your home or expanding on your place of business, adding an additional stall to your driveway, or building a fence around your yard, your first step is to examine the city or township zoning ordinances to determine if a special exception or variance must be granted. All zoning changes in Nebraska are handled in zoning board hearings.

If you are facing a hearing before the zoning board in Nebraska, your interests will best be served by consulting an experienced zoning attorney as soon as possible to ensure the matter is handled appropriately. Otherwise, you risk having the zoning board deny your request — which is almost impossible to overturn.

The zoning lawyers of Wolfe, Snowden, Hurd, Luers & Ahl, LLP provide prompt, experienced advice and representation to homeowners, developers, farmers, and other clients with zoning needs in Nebraska. We assist clients with all land use and zoning matters involving:

  • Zoning variances
  • Special exceptions to zoning ordinances
  • Rezoning farmland
  • Defending farmers against zoning violations
  • Eminent domain/condemnation of residential or commercial property
  • Other zoning issues

For matters of construction law or zoning needs, contact the attorneys at Wolfe, Snowden, Hurd, Luers & Ahl, LLP at (402) 474-1507.

Attorneys in this area are:

Jack G. Wolfe
James B Luers

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