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A water quality buffer is a naturally vegetated area adjacent to a water body to protect water quality. Find out more information about water quality buffers and what is allowed/not allowed in a buffer from Mecklenburg County's Water Quality Buffer Implementation Guidelines.
Conditional Zoning Applications
The conditional zoning (CZ) process typically takes a minimum of four (4) months and on average, six (6) months. Due to requirements for a community meeting, TIA evaluation, NCDOT review (when applicable), plan review, etc. the timing of the CZ process is complex. Upon submission of a complete application, staff will coordinate with the applicant(s) to establish a board review schedule. The CZ review process is detailed in Chapter 12 of the Land Development Code.
Due to advertising requirements, variance applications must be submitted a minimum of 30 days prior to the next regularly scheduled Planning Board meeting.
The most common reason people do not receive notices from the Town is due to an invalid mailing address. Addresses are assigned and managed by Mecklenburg County. The Town uses Mecklenburg County's address list to mail notices, so make sure you mailing address is correct. If your mailing address has changed, please change it as soon as possible with the Mecklenburg County Tax Assessor's Office.