How do I know if I live in a Historic District?

Cumberland has ten local historic districts comprised of more than 200 properties. Historic Districts include: Arnold Mills, Ashton Village, Town Hall, Lonsdale Village, Tower Hill Road, Old West Wrentham Road, Upper Scott Road, Diamond Hill Road, and the Lewis Tower House. To see if your property is within a local historic district, get on Map Geo, and click on Themes and then Zoning, lots within a local historic district will be covered with a pattern of red lines. 

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1. What is the best way to get questions about developing or improving my property answered by Town staff?
2. How can I find information on my property?
3. How do I determine the location of my property line? Who can I hire to survey my property?
4. How do I move my property line?
5. How do I merge lots together?
6. What Town entity governs the subdivision and development of land?
7. Do I have a buildable lot? What can I build on my property?
8. How do I develop or subdivide my property? What is the review process for my development project?
9. When does the Planning Board meet?
10. How do I know if I live in a Historic District?
11. I live in a Historic District. What approvals I must apply for if I want to change the exterior of my house?