Warning: Do not search the Internet to find the setbacks relating to your lot. The risk is high that the information will be incorrect or out of date. Be safe and make that call instead.
You need to ask for Front, Rear and Side(s) setbacks. For example, your lot may be Front 25’, Rear 10’ and Sides 8’. This indicates that your property must be set back 25 feet from the front boundary line, 10 feet from the rear boundary line and 8 feet from the side boundary lines.
If you have a corner lot, you will likely have two fronts. Therefore, you’ll have to decide which street will be the Front and which will be the Second Front (e.g. Front 25’, Second Front 20’, Rear 10’ and Side 8’).
It is very important to find out if setbacks are to the walls or the roof edge (eaves and/or overhangs). If they are to the roof edge, the size of your exterior wall footprint may need to be reduced.
It is your responsibility to verify any setbacks on your lot. If your house does not fit within the setback restrictions due to improper information, you’ll be charged extra to have your plans redrawn.