What kinds of projects require public notification?
Applications for rezoning, planned developments, special use permits, variances and certificates of appropriateness require public notification via legal advertisements and sign postings at the subject properties. By adopted policy of the Mayor and Commission, all of the above except variances and certificates of appropriateness also require mailed notices to surrounding property owners. Demolition proposals require a mailed notice and sign posting if the district commissioner requests a 90 day review. Preliminary plat applications also require public notification via legal advertisement.

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1. How can I comment on a proposed project?
2. How does the Planning Department provide notice to the public about zoning & development issues?
3. What kinds of projects require public notification?
4. If I have received a public notice, how do I find out more information about that specific project?