Residents who want to voice an opinion about major changes to the city’s zoning code can do so in a public hearing Tuesday.
The hearing will take place at 6:30 p.m. at the City Council Chambers in City Hall, 222 West Hargett St.
This will be the last official public review of the Unified Development Ordinance before the document is sent to the Planning Commission. Once the Planning Commission completes a review, it will go before Council for final adoption vote.
Residents will be able comment during Planning Commission and City Council meetings.
If the UDO is approved, City Councilors and members of the Planning Commission will no longer approve site plans. Instead, site plans will be approved administratively by planning staff. The only time a site plan will go to the Planning Commission is when a developer appeals a staff decision.
Read our stories about the UDO from its first draft to latest news.