When you’re applying for rezoning in the Greater Raleigh area, you must complete a list of steps that include a pre-application process, meeting with nearby property owners, and approval from the city or town. Follow this essential checklist for rezoning to keep track of your case.
- Pre-application process
- Complete a rezoning intake requirements sheet
- Meeting with property owners
Conditional Use Concerns
- Submitted conditions signed by the property owner
- Zoning conditions (must reference specific properties and include PIN, deed book and page number from the Book of Maps)
Conditions may contain electronic signatures, must be more restrictive than UDO requirements, and may not restrict cross access or street connections/specify right-of-way reimbursement values/defer traffic analysis. Also conditions may not specify ownership status, race, religion or character of occupant, must preserve 100% of the critical root zone of the protected trees, and must specify the uses prohibited or the uses permitted.
- Zoning conditions submitted at the time of the initial application
- Any alterations made through the staff review
- Draft set of conditions; submit at least 10 days before meeting date
Conditions may not be altered prior to Planning Commission or City Council meeting, may be altered up to 30 days following the public hearing date, and may only be made more restrictive after the public hearing.
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