Wednesday, November 19th, 2014
1:30 – 3 p.m.
UNC Charlotte Center City Building
320 E. 9th Street
Join us for a Community Conversation on Form-Based Zoning, as we explore what works (and what doesn’t) when cities adopt this approach to zoning and land use.
Form-Based Zoning in the Mile High City:
Lessons from Denver
An Evaluation of Form-Based Zoning and its Potential
to Stimulate Economic Development
and Reduce Housing Costs
The Charlotte City Council voted Monday night to approve a three-year extension of the citywide PCCO Mitigation Fee, while renewing a stakeholder review process to determine a more permanent status for the program.
You can now cast your ballot by voting at any of the locations listed below in Mecklenburg County:
All of the below locations are open through November 1st at the following times:
Weekdays – 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Saturdays – 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Sunday – 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Ballantyne Village Way – 14825 Ballantyne Village Way, Charlotte
Beatties Ford Road Library – 2412 Beatties Ford Rd, Charlotte
Bette Rae Thomas Rec Center – 2921 Tuckaseegee Rd, Charlotte
Cornelius Town Hall – 21445 Catawba Ave, Cornelius
*CPCC Central Campus – 1325 E 7th St, Charlotte
Elon Rec Center – 11401 Adrey Kell Rd, Charlotte
Hickory Grove Library – 5935 Hickory Grove Rd, Charlotte
Independence Regional Library – 56000 Conference Dr, Charlotte
Main Branch Library (Downtown) – 310 N. Tryon St, Charlotte
Marion Diehl Rec Center - 2219 Tyvola Rd, Charlotte
Matthews Library – 230 Matthews Station St, Matthews
Midwood Cultural Center – 1817 Central Ave, Charlotte
Mint Hill Library – 6840 Matthews Mint Hill Rd, Charlotte
Morrison Regional Library – 7015 Morrison Blvd, Charlotte
Mountain Island Library – 4420 Hoyt Galvin Way, Charlotte
North County Regional Library – 16500 Holly Crest Ln., Huntersville
South County Regional Library – 5801 Rea Rd, Charlotte
Steele Creek Library – 13620 Steele Creek Rd, Charlotte
Sugar Creek Library – 4045 N. Tryon St, Charlotte
University City Regional Library – 301 E. W.T. Harris Blvd, Charlotte
West Boulevard Library – 2157 West Blvd, Charlotte
*CPCC opens Weekdays at 8 AM
Don’t go to the polls without the SPPACE Voter Guide!
The City of Charlotte is starting to crack down on improperly placed real estate signs throughout its jurisdiction.
While Matthews and other Towns have different regulations on signage, it is important for home builders and REALTORS to remember that Charlotte only allows placement of real estate weekend directional signs (WEDS) between 8:00 a.m. on Saturday and 6 p.m. on Sunday. Other WEDS regulations in the City are as follows:
- Signs may not be placed within 11 feet of the edge of the pavement of any road.
- Signs shall not exceed two in number per property being advertised and not be located more than one half a mile from the property being advertised.
- Signs shall not be placed on trees, utility poles, traffic control signs, lights or devises, or within a sight distance triangle
If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please contact D. Mark Fowler, Code Enforcement & Zoning Supervisor at the City of Charlotte, at email@example.com.
City Bond Approval Would Mean Millions in Funding for Streets, Housing and Neighborhood Infrastructure
Postal Service Introducing Centralized Mailbox Policy for New Single-Family Neighborhoods. Here’s What YOU Need to Know.
The United States Postal Service (USPS) is beginning to require home builders around North Carolina to install Centralized Box Units (CBUs) for mail receipt in new, single-family neighborhoods, instead of curbside mailboxes.
To better understand this policy and how it is being implemented, REBIC recently hosted a roundtable discussion for builders, developers and planning officials from Charlotte and the Mecklenburg towns with USPS Growth Coordinator Terry Carr. Here are some of the key points from the meeting: