What is the structural breakdown of the Apex Historic District?

The Apex Historic District (view map) is located in downtown Apex and is a National Register Historic District, which includes residential, commercial, and institutional structures. The district’s period of significance is circa 1870-1950. Architectural styles include Queen Anne, Bungalow/Craftsman, Neocolonial Revival, and commercial style. There are a total of over 150 primary and secondary contributing structures. There are 2 properties in the district listed individually in the National Register of Historic Places. They are the 1914 Apex Union Depot at 220 North Salem Street and the 1911-12 Old Town Hall at 237 North Salem Street.

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1. How can I obtain planning oriented applications and forms?
2. Where can I find assessments regarding Apex?
3. Do I need a permit for my event?
4. How far must my fence be from my property line?
5. How can I use a fence to separate my property from a right-of-way?
6. Are there extra requirements for a fence abutting a right-of-way?
7. Where can I see a map of the flood zones in Apex?
8. What is the structural breakdown of the Apex Historic District?
9. What is the purpose of the Building Inspection Division in Apex?
10. What inspections are required?
11. What are the Building Inspection Division office hours?
12. How can I schedule an inspection?
13. Can I as homeowner do my own work?
14. Do I need a permit for my mobile home?
15. What is the purpose of the Land Use Plan?
16. What is a building permit?
17. When is a permit required?
18. How long does it take to receive a permit?
19. Who paves the dirt roads in the Apex area?
20. What is a sign?
21. How are signs regulated?
22. Do I need a sign permit?
23. What is a sight triangle?
24. What is the process of a major site plan?
25. What regulations are there for storage sheds?
26. What is the process for subdivision plats?
27. What is a zoning district?